MUSIC WE LIKE (MOSTLY)

The titles in this category are all about the different kinds of music we like. Well, mostly.

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  1. Soul Train

    Soul Train: The Music, Dance, And Style Of A Generation

    $45.00

    From Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson of the award-winning hip-hop group the Roots, comes this vibrant book commemorating the legacy of Soul Train—the cultural phenomenon that launched the careers of artists such as Tina Turner, Stevie Wonder, the Jackson 5, Whitney Houston, Lenny Kravitz, LL Cool J, and Aretha Franklin. Learn More
  2. Soulacoaster

    Soulacoaster: The Diary of Me

    $29.95

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    Who is R. Kelly? Three-time Grammy winner, who has sold more than 35 million records worldwide. Legendary writer and producer, who collaborated with such music icons as Michael Jackson, Celine Dion, Jay-Z, and Aretha Franklin. Visionary cultural messenger, who created the hip hopera phenomenon Trapped in the Closet. Creative genius. Sex symbol. The man who puts the “R” in R&B. Learn More
  3. Sun Ra: Interviews And Essays

    Sun Ra: Interviews And Essays

    $19.95

    Composer, bandleader, pianist, poet and philosopher, Sun Ra is one of the most colourful and enduring of musical legacies, transcending time, place and cultural genres. Learn More
  4. The Breaks: Stylin' & Profilin'

    The Breaks: Stylin' and Profilin' 1982-1990

    $35.00

    In the fall of 1982, celebrated photographer of the British music scene Janette Beckman moved to New York City, where she found hip hop on the edge of explosion. Learn More
  5. The Death of Rhythm and Blues

    The Death of Rhythm and Blues

    $16.00

    This passionate and provocative book tells the complete story of black music in the last fifty years, and in doing so outlines the perilous position of black culture within white American society. Learn More
  6. The Last Holiday (paperback)

    The Last Holiday: A Memoir

    $16.00

    In the Fall of 1980, Gil Scott-Heron was invited by Stevie Wonder to join him on a forty-one city tour across America that would end in Washington on January 15, 1981. The purpose of this tour was to raise popular support for the creation of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, a national holiday that would honor the great civil rights leader. This holiday became official in 1986. Scott-Heron uses this history-making tour as the backbone of his fascinating memoir. Learn More
  7. The Psychological Covert War on Hip Hop

    The Psychological Covert War on Hip Hop

    $19.99

    Illuminati's Take Over Of Hip Hop. Learn More
  8. The Story of Northern Soul

    The Story of Northern Soul: A Definitive History of the Dance Scene that Refuses to Die

    $15.95

    The definitive insiders account of the longest surviving scene in the history of British music contains rare interviews with artists from Motown right up to Fatboy Slim. Learn More
  9. The UndaStream #3

    The UndaStream #3

    $3.99

    Denver's Hip Hop Advocate. Learn More
  10. True Laurels Vol. 1

    True Laurels Volume 1

    $5.00

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    A bi-monthly zine centered around intimate connections and conversations with artists. Content includes diaries, album reviews, photo spreads, and short stories. Learn More

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