Books tagged: rhythm and blues

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Spinning Blues Into Gold: The Chess Brothers and the Legendary Chess Records
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Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 137,160. Language: English. Published: May 16, 2012 by Iconoclassic Books. Category: Nonfiction » Biography » Celebrity biography
The story of the Chess brothers, who worked hand-in-glove with disenfranchised black musicians, and how their lives entwined with the great blues, r&b, and rock artists who appeared on their legendary record labels. They changed what America and the world listened to, introducing us to Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Bo Diddley, Chuck Berry, Etta James and countless others.
The Pied Pipers of Rock and Roll: Radio Deejays of the '50s and '60s
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Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 95,650. Language: English. Published: May 16, 2012 by Iconoclassic Books. Category: Nonfiction » Music » History & Criticism
Rock-'n'-roll and the men who brought it over the airwaves into homes and cars changed the cultural landscape. This book examines the phenomenon of the AM deejays who captivated a generation and helped define the counterculture that has forever changed the landscape of American youth.
Three Part Invention
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Price: $7.99 USD. Words: 139,360. Language: English. Published: November 6, 2012. Category: Fiction » Cultural & ethnic themes » Cultural interest, general
Three generations of mothers and daughters take center stage, with 20th century events as backdrop, in this novel of depth and humor spotlighting the power of music—from classical to jazz to rock and international folk—and the tug between ethnic loyalty and global consciousness
The Death of Johnny Ace
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Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 81,330. Language: American English. Published: January 11, 2013. Category: Fiction » Historical » USA
The Death of Johnny Ace is based on rhythm & blues singer Johnny Ace, whose meteoric career was cut short by his unexpected death. Did he blow his brains out playing Russian roulette? Or was it just a tragic accident?