6 edition of Life according to Motown found in the catalog.
1991 by Tía Chucha Press, Distributed byIndependent Literary Publishers Association in Chicago, Oak Park, IL .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||PS3569.M537839 L54 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||75 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||75|
|LC Control Number||90071548|
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Life According to Motown book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In the s, the live of black children were shaped by the /5(3).
Patricia Smith, born and raised on Chicago's West Side, grew and thrived on the bright promise of Motown.
Life According to Motown, the new collection by the five-time champion of Chicago's famous Uptown Poetry Slam, recounts in vivid imagery the lessons taught by and learned from Motown, Life according to Motown book well as a thrilling collection of new works.4/4(2).
Patricia Smith, born and raised on Chicago's West Side, grew and thrived on the bright promise of Motown. Life According to Motown, the new collection by the five-time champion of Chicago's famous Uptown Poetry Slam, recounts in vivid imagery the lessons taught by and learned from Motown, as well as a thrilling collection of new works.5/5(2).
Life according to Motown. Chicago: Tía Chucha Press ; Oak Park, IL: Distributed byIndependent Literary Publishers Association, © (OCoLC) Online version: Smith, Patricia, Life according to Motown. Chicago: Tía Chucha Press ; Oak Park, IL: Distributed byIndependent Literary Publishers Association, © (OCoLC) 22 Books That Expand Your Mind and Change The Way You Live.
Life According to Motown Patricia Smith the music of Motown defined cultural identity and sexuality, and, Smith says, ``I was the supreme mistress Life according to Motown book Motown, wise in the ways of love.
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About the Author. Patricia Smith. Life According to Motown, the new collection by the five-time champion of Chicago’s famous Uptown Poetry Slam, recounts in vivid imagery the lessons taught by and learned from Motown, as well as a thrilling collection of new works.
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Celebrating Motown's 50th anniversary, this title presents profiles of the artists and employees Life according to Motown book Motown's Detroit years.
Life according to Motown book inside the book What people are saying - Write a review. Born on JPatricia Smith is a poet, teacher, and performance artist. She is the author of Incendiary Art (Northwestern University Press, ), winner of the Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award and the Los Angeles Times Book Award in poetry; Shoulda Been Jimi Savannah (Coffee House Press, ), winner of the Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize from the Academy of American Poets.
Blood Dazzler, National Book Award Finalist Teahouse of the Almighty, winner, National Poetry Series Close to Death Big Towns, Big Talk Life According to Motown BOOK EDITED: Staten Island Noir CHILDREN’S BOOK: Janna and the Kings. As her first book, Patricia Smith published Life According to Motown in September and now it has been republished for the 20th anniversary edition.
Like much of her poetry, this collection draws upon her roots in Chicago during the s, recounting lessons learned through the Spouse: Bruce DeSilva.
The memoir chronicles Dozier’s impoverished but largely cheerful early life in Detroit, his high-pressure Hitsville heyday, his label startups with the Hollands after their contentious Motown.
Patricia Smith’s poetry collections include Shoulda Been Jimi Savannah (); Teahouse of the Almighty (), chosen for the National Poetry Series; Big Towns, Big Talk (); Close to Death (); and Life According to Motown ().
Her book-length sequence of poems on Hurricane Katrina, Blood Dazzler (), has been adapted for a. Welcome back to “The World According To,” series in which InsideHook solicits advice from people who are in a position to give it.
Our latest subject is Smokey Robinson, founding member of the legendary Motown group The Miracles and one of the Author: Elon Green. Her other books include the poetry volumes Teahouse of the Almighty, Close to Death, Big Towns Big Talk, Life According to Motown; the children's book Janna and the Kings and the history Africans in America, a companion book to the award-winning PBS series.
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Background. The Funk Brothers recorded and performed on Motowns' recordings from to The film was inspired by the book Standing in the Shadows of Motown: The Life and Music of Legendary Bassist James Jamerson, a bass guitar instruction book by Allan Slutsky, which features a biography of James Jamerson along with his bass lines.
The film covers the Funk Brothers' career via Directed by: Paul Justman. Maclin also has another book in the works, this time discussing the ways faith guided her steps at Motown. "It was known as a secular company," she says. "But I started a Bible study there, and I.
According to Black Issues Book Review, the Supremes “ heralded the success of other sister-girl groups connecting with listeners nationwide, regardless of color. Diana Ross, Mary Wilson, and Florence Ballard, were teenagers in Detroit when they formed a quartet called the Primettes in the late s.
I agree with you, we do not know the real story between DR and the woman who shared her life with him. I do know that the book was a very hard read for me.
It is not written in a easy to follow pattern and was not edited very well. The book also has a very obsessive and bitter tone. It is not on my list of best reads. Don (don) 6-Zenith. James Lee Jamerson (Janu – August 2, ) was an American bass was the uncredited bassist on most of the Motown Records hits in the s and early s (Motown did not list session musician credits on their releases until ), and is now regarded as one of the most influential bass players in modern music history.
He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Depends what you are looking for. I have a book called 'Motown, Music Money, Sex and Power" by Gerald Posner which is not too bad, but if you are into the behind the scenes story of the musicians, "Standing In the Shodows Of Motown, the Life and Musoc Of Legendary Bassist Lames Jamerson" is great.
If you haven't seen the film "Standing In the Shadows Of Motown" which is the. Before Motown is a well-researched, interesting account of an exciting period in the history of Detroit.
The book will be appreciated by researchers, Detroit area residents, and those who simply love jazz." —James Petrucella, Rochester Hillls Public Library, MLA Forum, Volume 1: Issue 2 (J ).
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A Life with the Supremes The Supremes fan club of Great Britain came into being with the dissolution early in of Dave Godin's 'Tamla Motown Appreciation Society', the superlative fan organisation which up until that time had catered to British fans of all Tamla Motown acts.
For Posner, the history of Motown is the history of Gordy, who "was a manipulator who loved stoking competitive fires," according to Marvin Gaye. The book is probably the best single compendium of.
Motown: The Musical is a jukebox musical that premiered on Broadway in April The musical is based on Berry Gordy's autobiography To Be Loved: The Music, the Magic, the Memories of Motown (), and on the history of his founding and running of the Motown record label, and his personal and professional relationships with Motown artists such as Diana Ross, Smokey Robinson, Marvin Gaye Book: Berry Gordy.
WHAT MAKES MOTOWN BASS MOTOWN. is Jim Stinnett's new exploration of this much loved and highly bass-driven musical style. 'Everybody digs the neat little riffs, the deep grooves, the 'feel good' feeling when the bass player is working his Motown bass line.' Analysis of pitch sets, rhythmic cells and more reveals the essential character of these lines.
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Throughout the entire classic Motown catalog (and some non-Motown sides), Jamerson shaped a new inventive style of bass playing and brought what had been regarded by some as a "minor" instrument to the forefront through the use of the electric Fender bass, powered by his musical genius and amazing dexterity.
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