The Beat: Go-go's Fusion of Funk and Hip-hop
Chronicles the birth and ongoing influence of Go Go music since its evolution in the early '70s to today. Features enthralling stories on key figures. Experience Unlimited, Chuck Brown, Little Benny and the Masters, and others.
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The Roots and Emergence of GoGo
Going to a GoGo
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