Traces the history of soul music from the 1950s when rhythm and blues singers began to adopt the sound of gospel and throughout the next 10 years began to reach an unprecedentedly wide audience. The author also wrote “Feel Like Going Home” and “Lost High”.Nat Hentoff has called Peter Guralnick “a national resource,” and for once this isn’t a piece of hype. Guralnick may be a premiere chronicler of American popular music, which he writes about with brains, reverence, and a peculiar tenderness for
Grill to Thrill (MusicCooks: Recipe Cards/Music CD), Recipes for Easy Grilling, Rock & Soul Music for Cookouts (Sharon O’Connor’s MusicCooks)
- Used Book in Good Condition
Easy, full-flavored recipes for gathering friends around the grill. Includes sensational grilled steaks, chicken, pork, shrimp, vegetables, and salmon. Rock & roll, blues, and funk by Rockin Rogers Soul Revue and The Briquettes makes cookouts and parties even more fun!
This CD is one of the final five volumes in the eagerly anticipated finale to Bear Family’s Sweet Soul Music series, which followed their award-winning Blowin’ The Fuse R&B series. Taken together, these classic series tell the story of R&B-Soul-Funk from 1945-1975, year-by-year, song-by-song. These are the records that made a difference. A HUGE difference!This is the sound that still influences today’s R&B and Soul and Rap, plus musicians like Amy Winehouse and Janelle Monae and revivalists like