A Touch of Classic Soul: Soul Singers of the Early 1970s

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Aloiv Pub., 1996 - Music - 359 pages
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Sit down and listen to the stories. They' re all here - from 35 of soul music's biggest stars of the early 1970s. Backstage, after-midnight, on-tour interviews with your favorite artists give you a unique look inside the music business and an era. You find out firsthand about the major events ot their careers: how they got their first breaks, how their biggest hits were created. Each chapter resonates with the very sound that still shakes the music world today.

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When the British Invasion arrived on the American popular music charts in the 1960s, the only form of American music to give the English lads a run for their money was soul music. While the soul music ... Read full review


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