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The "Blues and Gospel Train," filmed May 7, 1964 by Granada TV for the BBC. Fans who were lucky enough to get tickets-some 200 of them-were instructed to gather at Manchester Central Station at 7:30 pm for a short train ride to the station Wilbraham.
When the train stopped on the road in Wilbraham, the audience immediately shed to find seats on a single platform. On the opposite side, it decorated to resemble an old railway station in South America, which served as a stage for performances by Muddy Waters, Otis Spann, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Sonny Terry, Brownie McGhee, Joe Cousin and Reverend Gary Davis .