Nowhere to Run: The Story of Soul Music

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Times Books, 1984 - Music - 384 pages
Author Gerri Hirshey takes us on a bus tour with the Temptations, and on the backroads of rural Georgia with James Brown. Diana Ross reminisces about her lean years in Detroit; at home in California, ex-Supreme Mary Wilson fills out the story. 'The Wicked' Wilson Pickett tells his best stories long after the midnight hour in a New York City dressing room. And Michael Jackson, driving his Camaro and singing along to the radio, talks about opening shows for the great soul acts when he was a child.

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Focuses on Atlantic, Motown, and Stax. Brief mentions of other, regional scenes. Most of the interviews took place when the artists were 15, 20 or more years removed from their career peaks which made ... Read full review

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Wonderful book which is a real must for anyone into the soulful sounds of the 60s and 70s. Read full review

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