The Oxford American is an American quarterly literary magazine “dedicated to featuring the very best in Southern writing while documenting the complexity and vitality of the American South,” and each year, the magazine devotes an entire issue to music. This year’s issue focuses on the music of Tennessee. On this installment of Beale Street Caravan, we sit down with OA music editor Rick Clark in the BSC studio and let him take us on a guided tour of the issue and the exquisitely constructed playlist found on the 2 CDs that accompany each issue. It’s a live-in-the-studio listening session of the best mixtape you’ve ever heard.

ON Beale Street Caravan | January 23, 2014 | 3:00 pm

Oxford American Music Issue Pt .2

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The Oxford American is an American quarterly literary magazine “dedicated to featuring the very best in Southern writing while documenting the complexity and vitality of the American South,” and each year, the magazine devotes an entire issue to music. This year’s issue focuses on the music of Tennessee. On this installment of Beale Street Caravan, we sit down with OA music editor Rick Clark in the BSC studio and let him take us on a guided tour of the issue and the exquisitely constructed playlist found on the 2 CDs that accompany each issue. It’s a live-in-the-studio listening session of the best mixtape you’ve ever heard.

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