Exile in Rosedale-the Musical Life of Seven
Xlibris Corporation, 2010 - 819 pages
"Who stole the soul?" The man behind the console for Public Enemy's "Fear of a Black Planet" amongst countless other records, tells his riveting story about a man, a dream, a jaded industry, and a life spent searching for one thing... Love. Love in life, music, and self. From the innocence of a boy fascinated with the music industry, to the exhilaration of realizing dreams, to the devastation of heartbreak and separation, Seven (Alan Scott Plotkin) shows us his "Musical Life" in and out of the music industry. He is a world-class producer, songwriter, arranger, drummer, guitarist, novelist, a true New Yorker, a jokester, smart-ass, cut-up, and a man who can out talk anyone and out entertain anyone... but mostly, he is a talented human being who has touched the lives of many. This is the side of Seven that few people know...This is "Exile In Rosedale!"
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