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All you need is love, a history of popular music

Label
All you need is love, a history of popular music
Language
eng
Characteristic
videorecording
Main title
All you need is love
Oclc number
1050442526
Runtime
53
Sub title
a history of popular music
Summary
We turn our attention to Rhythm and Blues. In the late forties, white record companies labeled commercial black music 'race music'. Eventually, Jerry Wexler, then working at Millboard magazine as a reporter, thought of the phrase, 'rhythm and blues' and it caught on. Before long, numerous other descriptions appeared, Motown, the Philadelphia sound, Soul, but all had in common that the music expressed the rising aspirations of the ghetto
Technique
live action
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