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Sweet Soul Music: Rhythm and Blues and the Southern Dream of Freedom by Peter GuralnickA gripping narrative that captures the tumult and liberating energy of a nation in transition, Sweet Soul Music is an intimate portrait of the legendary performers--Sam Cooke, Ray Charles, James Brown, Solomon Burke, Aretha Franklin, Otis Redding, and Al Green among them--who merged gospel and rhythm and blues to create Southern soul music. Through rare interviews and with unique insight, Peter Guralnick tells the definitive story of the songs that inspired a generation and forever changed the sound of American music.
Sweet Soul Music
View in iTunes. While this CD contains some great songs from the movie, it is missing several of the best. It is also missing a Supremes song but I can't remember its title. This is a refreshing collection of great 60's soul music There are some songs here that you will remember but don't hear often if you don't have them in your private collection.. This is the music the 60's were built on, and these artists made way for soul artists to come This is music for every age; if you are not familiar with these songs, buy this CD and listen to some of the outstanding singers and groups of that decade.
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