Black History - On This Day in Black Music History

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Black History - On This Day in Black Music History
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  • 377 Pages
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  • Originally Released: 2006
  • Publisher: Hal Leonard

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On This Day in Black Music History is a first-of-its-kind entertaining reference source covering a 100-year spectrum of all genres of black music. Soul, gospel, R&B, hip-hop, rap, rock 'n' roll, and everything outside and in between is chronicled here for music and entertainment lovers of all ages. It is music history appreciation adapted for the 21st century - perfect for our instant gratification age - offering more than 2,000 facts about hundreds of artists including Aretha, Ella, Whitney, Stevie Wonder, Count Basie, Queen Latifah, Ray Charles, Dizzy Gillespie, Miles Davis, James Brown, Snoop Dogg, and Al Green. Each page also includes the #1 hit on that day from different years by the best of black music's legendary performers.

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(Book). Whether it's rhythm & blues, hip-hop, rap, jazz, soul, blues or gospel, each genre is covered in the pages of On This Day in Black Music History . A book in a calendar format, it covers over 60 years of mind-tickling trivia, history and events with more than 2,000 facts about hundreds of artists, including Aretha, Ella, Whitney, Dionne Warwick, Paula Abdul, Stevie Wonder, Count Basie, Queen Latifah, Ray Charles, Dizzy Gillespie, Miles Davis, James Brown, Al Green, P. Diddy, Usher, Destiny's Child, Run DMC and many others. Each page also includes the #1 hit on that day from different years by the best of black music's legendary performers. Truly a nostalgic trip thru time that's entertainingly educational, On This Day in Black Music History definitively demonstrates how black music is interwoven into American history.

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  • ISBN: 0634099264
  • EAN: 9780634099267
  • UPC: 073999986433
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