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I knew that Rev. Keith Gordon had reviewed T’ain’t Nobody’s Business If I Do for Blues.about.com a few months back, but I couldn’t find the review. Today I did. Here’s an excerpt and the link:

Author Rhetta Akamatsu has a lot of interests, and one of them is blues music. When reading about the blues, the Marietta Georgia native discovered that female blues singers were often overlooked in books written about the music. To help balance the scales, Akamatsu put together T’Ain’t Nobody’s Business If I Do: Women Blues Singers Old and New, which takes an in-depth look into the lives of blues women from both the early days of the music as well as the contemporary blues scene. . .