The Soul of Rock 'N Roll: A History of African Americans in Rock Music by Jeffrey Othello

The Soul of Rock 'N Roll: A History of African Americans in Rock Music

byJeffrey Othello

Kobo ebook | June 15, 2012

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THE SOUL of ROCK 'N ROLL is a history of African Americans in Rock Music. And it examines and exemplifies the careers of over 50 top pioneering African American performers such as... Chuck Berry Little Richard Big Mama Thornton Muddy Waters B.B. King Bo Diddley John Lee Hooker Ray Charles Ike & Tina Turner Aretha Franklin Smokey Robinson The Supremes The Temptations Otis Redding Jackie Wilson Sam Cooke James Brown Richie Havens Taj Mahal Jimi Hendrix Marvin Gaye Stevie Wonder Roberta Flack The Jackson 5 Earth Wind & Fire The Isley Brothers George Clinton Bootsy Collins The Commodores The Ohio Players Gil Scott-Heron Curtis Mayfield Isaac Hayes Al Green Barry White The Brothers Johnson Bill Withers Billy Preston Sly Stone Rick James Michael Jackson Prince Sheila E. Narada Michael Walden Whitney Houston RUN DMC Living Colour Fishbone 24-7 SPYZ Bad Brains Sound Barrier Janet Jackson Lenny Kravitz Tracy Chapman Ice-T Darius Rucker Lauryn Hill Michael Franti Me’Shell Ndege’Ocello Ben Harper Alana Davis .... And explores their impact on multicultural awareness, civil rights activism, social-economic improvement, social-academic achievement, and multicultural acceptance, while creating and inspiring the completely original American musical art form called Rock ‘N Roll!

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Title:The Soul of Rock 'N Roll: A History of African Americans in Rock MusicFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:June 15, 2012Publisher:BookBabyLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1623091160

ISBN - 13:9781623091163

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