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That’s A Good Way To Get To Heaven profiles Marshall “Big Jack” Reynolds, one of America’s great unsung bluesmen. The 80-minute documentary interviews numerous Detroit and Toledo musicians and other acquaintances of Reynolds’s. The film includes rare performance and interview footage, most unseen since the late 1980s. Some privately-recorded performances have never been presented anywhere. The Toledo Blade has called the movie “a sweet, loving, and long-overdue eulogy disguised as a documentary.”

Big Jack's recordings have been out of print for decades but are now being reissued as part of the That’s A Good Way To Get To Heaven CD/DVD set. The 20-track CD compiles many of the rare sides Reynolds cut in Detroit before relocating to Ohio. These include “Made It Up In Your Mind” and “You Don’t Treat Me Right”, both originally released on the MAH’s label in 1963.

 

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That's A Good Way To Get To Heaven

Big Jack Reynolds

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Downloads include choice of MP3, WAV, or FLAC

That’s A Good Way To Get To Heaven profiles Marshall “Big Jack” Reynolds, one of America’s great unsung bluesmen. The 80-minute documentary interviews numerous Detroit and Toledo musicians and other acquaintances of Reynolds’s. The film includes rare performance and interview footage, most unseen since the late 1980s. Some privately-recorded performances have never been presented anywhere. The Toledo Blade has called the movie “a sweet, loving, and long-overdue eulogy disguised as a documentary.”

Big Jack's recordings have been out of print for decades but are now being reissued as part of the That’s A Good Way To Get To Heaven CD/DVD set. The 20-track CD compiles many of the rare sides Reynolds cut in Detroit before relocating to Ohio. These include “Made It Up In Your Mind” and “You Don’t Treat Me Right”, both originally released on the MAH’s label in 1963.

 

Audio CDs available on  

 * MP3, WAV, FLAC (more info)

** for 30-second Audio Preview click the number of the track in the tracklist and  the Forward Arrow Button will display (click to play track preview)