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Author: Louis JordanSam CookeRuth BrownJoe TurnerFats DominoAll authors
Publisher: [Albert Park, Vic., Australia] : Liberation Music, ©2009.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : English
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In the words of its greatest performers, producers and songwriters, Soul Deep: The Story Of Black Popular Music is a search through time and place for the roots of black music, the generic blueprint for nearly all other forms of modern popular music. Soul Deep: The Story Of Black Popular Music - is the story of the beat that made the dance floor jump, the sax that made ears ring and the songs that made us laugh and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Music
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Louis Jordan; Sam Cooke; Ruth Brown; Joe Turner; Fats Domino; Little Richard; James Brown; Solomon Burke; Smokey Robinson; Diana Ross; Etta James; Mary Wells; Martha Reeves; James Carr; Fontella Bass; Aretha Franklin; Marvin Gaye; Bobby Brown, (Vocalist); Bar-Kays (Musical group); Tympany Five.; Soul Stirrers (Musical group); Famous Flames (Musical group); Staple Singers.; Miracles (Musical group); Impressions (Musical group); Vandellas (Musical group); Four Tops (Musical group); Supremes (Musical group); Sly & the Family Stone (Musical group); Temptations (Musical group); Parliament (Musical group)
OCLC Number: 310502582
Notes: Compact discs.
"39 Soul, Gospel, punk and R&B classics from the BBC TV series"-- Cover.
Description: 2 sound discs (119 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Disc 1. Soul finger / The Bar-Kays --
2. Let the good times roll / Louis Jordan --
3. Caldonia / Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five --
4. Jesus gave me water / Sam Cooke with The Soul Stirrers --
5. Mama he treats your daughter mean / Ruth Brown --
6. Shake, rattle and roll / Joe Turner --
7. Ain't that a shame / Fats Domino --
8. Touch the hem of his garment / Sam Cooke with The Soul Stirrers --
9. Blue Monday / Fats Domino --
10. Ready Teddy / Little Richard --
11. Please, please, please / James Brown & The Famous Flames --
12. Sit down servant / The Staple Singers --
13. Shout (Parts 1 & 2) / The Isley Brothers --
14. Cry to me / Solomon Burke --
15. Shop around / Smokey Robinson and the Miracles --
16. Something's got a hold on me / Etta James --
17. Let me go the right way / Diana Ross & The Supremes --
18. My guy / Mary Wells --
19. Baby love / The Supremes --
20. Nowhere to run / Martha Reeves & The Vandellas --
21. People get ready / The Impressions. Disc 2. 1. Where did our love go / The Supremes --
2. Dancing in the street / Martha Reeves & The Vandellas --
3. Papa's got a brand new bag (Part 1) / James Brown --
4. Reach out, I'll be there / Four Tops --
5. Love attack / James Carr --
6. Rescue me / Fontella Bass --
7. The dark end of the street / James Carr --
8. Cold sweat, pt. 1 / James Brown --
9. I never loved a man (the way I love you) / Aretha Franklin --
10. Dance to the music / Sly & the Family Stone --
11. Love child / Diana Ross & the Supremes --
12. Say it loud, I'm Black and I'm proud / James Brown --
13. Cloud nine / The Temptations --
14. Thank you (falettinme be mice elf agin) - Sly & the Family Stone --
15. Ball of confusion (that's what the world is today) / The Temptations --
16. What's going on / Marvin Gaye --
17. Up for the down stroke / Parliament --
18. My prerogative / Bobby Brown.
Other Titles: Story of Black popular music
Soul deep (Television program)

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In the words of its greatest performers, producers and songwriters, Soul Deep: The Story Of Black Popular Music is a search through time and place for the roots of black music, the generic blueprint for nearly all other forms of modern popular music. Soul Deep: The Story Of Black Popular Music - is the story of the beat that made the dance floor jump, the sax that made ears ring and the songs that made us laugh and cry. It's the story of legends like James Brown, Otis Redding, Sam Cooke and Ray Charles, and of the music that changed the world.

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