I am the Blues

Presented in association with Honey Beat vinyl cafe, I Am the Blues gets 100% on rotten tomatoes, this is what the critics say:
The music is ingrained in the landscape, and this movie takes us there.
A blues fan’s ultimate road trip through the Mississippi Delta and Louisiana bayous to see and hear the oldest living progenitors singing and playing in their home towns.
I was quietly blown away by Daniel Cross’s new documentary I Am the Blues, which follows the Montrealer on a quest through the southern U.S. to track down the last remaining ambassadors of the genre.
When the music takes flight, it’s a thing of beauty. Heartache never sounded so good.
I Am The Blues isn’t a flashy, sexy music documentary. It just wades in and gets the job done.