BOOKS TO READ

If you want to read about soul music and related subjects then try some of these.

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The Late Great Johnny Ace - James M Salem - Johnny Ace's Career Lasted Barely Eighteen Months. Ace's Inimitable Delivery Ushered In A Fusion Of Black And White Styles That Set The Stage for Rock And Roll And Changed American Popular Music Forever - 1999 University Of Illinois Press - ISBN: 0-252-0244-3

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The Record Men - Rich Cohen - Chess Records And The Birth Of Rock & Roll - The Book Plots The Course Of Chess Records And The Birth Of Rock & Roll - 2005 Profile Books - ISBN: 1-86197-766-2

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The In Crowd - Mike Ritson And Stuart Russell - The Definitive Story Of The Northern Soul Scene - Once One Of The Best Kept Secrets Of The Early Seventies. Fabulous Photographs And Memorabilia. If You Haven't Got This, It Should Be On The Top Of Your List - 1999 Bee Cool Publishing - ISBN: 0-9536626-1-6

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That Beatin' Rhythm - Paddy Grady - That Beatin' Rhythm Covers The Soul Years From 1962 Up To 1975 In And Around The Beds, Bucks And Northants Area. The Legendary Clubs. The Clothes. The Drugs Culture At The Time. The Promoters And DJs. But Also Remembering The People Who Were There. Foreword By Ady Croasdell - 2001 ISBN: 0-9540832-0-2

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Central 1179 - Keith Rylatt & Phil Scott - The Story Of Manchester's Twisted Wheel Club - Foreword By Dave Godin. Essential Reading For Twisted Wheel Fans And Music Buffs. 2001 Bee Cool Publishing - ISBN: 0-9536626-3-2

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Casino - Dave Shaw - Dave Shaw Went To Wigan Casino In 1975 Aged Just Fourteen. He Decided Northern Soul Was the Music For Him. The Book Is About His Memories From 1975 Up Until The Closure In 1981. 2000 Bee Cool Publishing LTD - ISBN: 0-953-6626-2-4

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Too Darn Soulful - David Nowell - The Story Of Northern Soul - David Nowell's Second Book About Northern Soul. First One Written With Russ Winstanley. Now Repackaged In Paperback - 2001 Robson Books Ltd - ISBN: 1-8615-4319

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Soul Survivors - Russ Winstanley & David Nowell - The Wigan Casino Story. Eight Years And A Way Of Life For So Many People - Enough Said. - 1988 Robson Books Ltd - ISBN: 1-86105-126-3

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Northern Soul Top 500 - Kev Roberts - The Top 500 Northern Soul Tracks Compiled By Kev Roberts. Photographs Of The Entire Top 500 - Foreword By Frank Wilson. - 2000 Goldmine / Soul Supply Publishing - ISBN: 0-9539291-0-8

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Last Night A DJ Saved My Life - Bill Brewster And Frank Broughton - The History Of The Disc Jockey. The Most Important Person In A Club. From The First Records Played Right Up To Today. Contains A Whole Chapter On Northern Soul - 1999 Headline Book Publishing - ISBN: 0-7472-7573-4

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Man And Music - Michael Lydon - The Ray Charles Life Story - From Going Blind At The Age Of Six Ray Charles Life Is Told In Detail. His Struggle With Heroin Abuse For A Twenty Year Period. His Tumultuous Career. His Womanising and His Music - 1998 Riverhead Books - ISBN: 1-57322-132-5

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Bo Didley Living Legend - George R White - Bo Didley Has Been In The Limelight For Forty Years. He Tells Of His Rise To Prominence From the Humblest Of Beginnings. The Man With The Most Famous Beat In The World - 1995 Castle Communications - ISBN: 1-86074-130-4

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Love Unlimited - Barry White With Marc Elliot - The Life Of Barry White - Starting His Life In LA Running With Street Gangs, Robbing Fighting And Drinking To The Heady Heights Of Hollywood And Making His Fortune - 2000 Virgin Books - ISBN: 0-7535-0556-5

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Dreamgirl - My Life As A Supreme - Mary Wilson, Patricia Romanowski & Ahrgus Juilliard - They Started Out Life As The Primettes And Ended Up As The Supremes. Mary Wilson Gives An Account Of Her Life And The Tragic Break-Up Of The Group. - 1986 Arrow Books Ltd - ISBN: 0-09-958160-4

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Dusty - Lucy O'Brien - Dusty Springfield Is One Of The Greatest Female Vocalist Britain Has Ever Produced, Lucy O'Brien Takes An In-depth Look At Her Private Life And The Tremendous Contribution She Made To The Status Of Women In Music - 1989 Sidgewick & Jackson Ltd - ISBN: 0-283-99838-5

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Divided Soul - David Ritz - Marvin's Gaye's Story From His Early Years In The Slums Of Washington To His Rise To The Top Of Motown. His Fall From Grace And His Comeback Until His Death At The Hands Of His Father. The Story Of An Enormously Gifted Man - 1991 Omnibus Press - ISBN: 0-7119-4895-X

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Rhythm & The Blues - A Life In American Music - Jerry Wexler & David Ritz - In 30 Years For Atlantic Jerry Wexler Has Produced Some Fabulous Acts. His Love Of Music Makes This Book A Memoir To The Industry - 1993 St Martins Press - ISBN: 0-312-11376-5

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Sweet Soul Music - Rhythm & Blues And The Southern Dream Of Freedom - Peter Guralnick - The History Of 60s Soul Music And Stories Of Legendary Performers Who Make Up That Southern Soul Music Sound - Terrific Read - A Must Have Book - 1999 HarperCollins Publishers - ISBN: 0-316-33273-9

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A Change Is Gonna Come - Music, Race And The Soul Of America - Craig Werner. A Change Is Gonna Come Covers More Than Forty Years Of Black Music - Motown / Vietnam / The Disco Years / The Freedom Movements And Up To The Nineties. Plus All The Things That Went Alongside At The Time - 2000 Payback Press - ISBN: 1-84195-050-5

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Making Tracks - Charlie Gillett - Atlantic Records And The Growth Of A Multi-Billion-Dollar Industry. - 1975 W H Allen & Co Publishing - ISBN: 0-491-01152-0

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Chicago Soul - Robert Pruter - The Soul Of Chicago / Chicago In The Sixties And All Around. - 1991 University Of Illinois Press - ISBN: 0-252-06259-0

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Lonely Teardrops - Tony Douglas - The Jackie Wilson Story - One Of The Finest Singers Ever, Jackie Wilson Died In 1984 - Buried In A Paupers Grave - No Stone Has Been Left Unturned By Tony Douglas In His Exhaustive Account Of Wilson's Remarkable Life - 1997 Sanctuary Publishing ISBN: 1-86074-2149 Now Rewritten And Entitled Jackie Wilson. The Man, The Music, The Mob. - Mainstream Publishing - ISBN: 1-7814018-413-2

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Rage To Survive - Etta James & David Ritz - David Ritz Who Wrote Marvin Gaye Divided Soul. Co Wrote The Etta James Story Telling Of Her Story Of Early R&B. Her Drug Dependency And The Golden Age Of Soul. One Of The Great Women Of Soul - 1998 De Capo Press - ISBN: 0-306-80812-9

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Only The Strong Survive - Jerry Butler With Earl Smith - Memoirs Of A Soul Survivor. Starting In The 60s Jerry Butler's Book Is Filled With Anecdotes Of Great Soul Legends. The Founding And Break Up Of The Legendary Impressions And A Journey Through History - 2000 Indiana University Press - ISBN: 0-253-33796-8

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Just Walking In The Rain - Jay Warner - Johnny Bragg's Life Story - Sentenced To Six Life Terms As A Teenager In 1940, He Formed A Group Called The Prisonaires Who Were Signed To Sam Phillips Sun Label. The Book Goes Through His Life, And The Politics And Civil Rights Of The Time. Great Photos. Great Read - 2001 Renaissance Books - ISBN: 1-58063-140-1

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It Came From Memphis - Robert Gordon - Foreword By Peter Guralnick - A History Of All The Forgotten Times / The DJs / The Rock And Rollers / The Night-Clubs / White Kids Liking Black Music And Of Course, The Music Industry In Memphis. - 1995 Faber & Faber Press - ISBN: 0-571-19848-1

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Tennessee Music - Peter Coats Zimmerman - It's People And Places - The History Of Nashville. Memphis And East Tennessee. The Book Covers Blues. Soul. Gospel. Country And Bluegrass. A Great Rundown Of The Varied Selection Music That Came Out Of The Area - 1998 Odyssey Productions Ltd - ISBN: 962-217-534-1

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Chess Records - John Collins - The First Book On The Story Of Chess Records - Foreword By Buddy Guy - Packed Full Of Photographs The Book Examines The Exploitation In The Music Business. But Celebrates The Music Of The Blues - 1998 Bloomsbury Publishing - ISBN: 0-7475-3713-5

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Spinning Blues Into Gold - Nadine Cohodas - Chess Records - The Label That Launched The Blues - Coming Out Of Chicago, Two Polish Immigrants Leonard And Phil Chess Put Blues On The Map. The Story Of The Label - 2000 Aurum Press - ISBN: 1-85410-781 X

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Blues With A Feeling - The Little Walter Story - Glover, Dirks & Gaines - Little Walter Revolutionised Blues Harmonica Playing. Starting In The Fifties As A Sideman To Muddy Waters He Had Several Hits On His Own. Probably The Best Blues Harmonica Player. Tragically He Died At 37. His Life Story Is Now Told In Detail. Warts And All. - 2002 Routledge Press - ISBN: 0-415-93710-8

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Where Did Our Love Go - Nelson George - The Rise And Fall Of The Motown Sound - The Number One Black Record Company Of The Sixties, From Detroit - Foreword By Quincy Jones - 1986 Omnibus Press - ISBN: 0-7119- 0984-9

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You Send Me - Daniel Wolff - The Life And Times Of Sam Cooke - Killed In 1965 In A Seedy LA Motel, This Book Tells A Fascinating Story Of His Life - Virgin Press - ISBN: 0-7535-0092-2

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The Sound Of Philadelphia - Tony Cummings - From The City Of Brotherly Love, Cummings Gives A Detailed Account Of The Stars From Their Roots In The Churches And Streetcorners, To Stardom And The Sound That Was To Become The Philly Sound. Interviews With The Producers, Singers And Songwriters - 1975 Eyre Methuen Publishing - ISBN: 0-413-34080-5

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Calling Out Around The World - Edited By Kingsley Abbot - Foreword By Martha Reeves - A Collection Of Articles Telling The Story Of Motown, A Black Music Company In A White Industry - Interviews With The Key Figures In Motown. Motown The Early Years - 2000 Helter Skelter Publishing - ISBN: 1-900924-14-5

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The Death Of Rhythm And Blues - Nelson George - Starting After The Second World War, Nelson George Takes Us Through The Story Of Black Music In A White Dominated Music Industry / Starting From The R & B Days Of The Fourties / The Bands / The DJs / The Singers. - 1988 Omnibus Press - ISBN: 0-7119-1669-0

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The Drifters - Bill Millar - The Rise And Fall Of A Black Group Centring Around The Drifters. The Book Describes The Growth, Influence And Decline Of Vocal R&B, From The Gospel Quartets And The Inkpots To The Changing Patterns Of The 1960s - 1971 November Books SBN:289-70133-3

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The Motown Story - Don Waller - The Unauthorised Story Of Tamla Motown. The Inside Story From A Journalists Point Of View. Don Waller Formerly A Publicist For Ariola America Records And Founder Of Back Door Man, A Rock And Roll Magazine Has Written Liner Notes For Several Motown Albums. - 1985 Charles Scribner's Sons Publishing - ISBN:0-684-18347-1

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Standing In The Shadows Of Motown - By Dr Licks - The Life And Music Of Legendary Bassist James Jamerson - Dedicated To The Funk Brothers And Studio Musicians - James Jamerson's Tumultuous Life is Explored Through His Music And Interviews - James Jamerson Was Important To That Motown Sound - 1989 Hal Leonard Corporation - ISBN 0-88188-882-6

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Dancing In The Street - Martha Reeves And Mark Bego - Confessions Of A Motown Diva - Lead Singer Of Martha & The Vandals And Still Living In Detroit. Martha Now Tells Her Life Story. - 1994 Hyperion Press - ISBN: 0-7868-6024-3

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Dancing In The Streets - Suzanne E. Smith - Same Title As Martha Reeves Book But Different Story - Motown And The Cultural Politics Of Detroit - 1960's Detroit And Motown Provided The Music. The Story Of Motown In Detroit And The Civil Rights Movement At The Time - 1999 Harvard University Press - ISBN: 0-674-00546-5

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Motown - David Morse - The Arrival Of Black Music. Written In 71, David Morse Looks At The Record Company's Formula For Success And Of The Artists It Launched. - 1971 November Books - ISBN: 289-701-31-7

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The Real Rhythm And Blues - Hugh Gregory - Hugh Gregory Examines The Way R & B From The Late 30s / 40s Has Survived The Past 50 Years Through The Blues / Soul / Gospel Music And Big Band Jazz To The Present Day. - 1998 Blandford Press - ISBN: 0-7137-2603-2

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Soulsville USA - Rob Bowman - The Story Of Stax Records - Memphis Based Stax Records Had A Sound That Was Totally Their Own It. Was A Record Company That Integrated Black And White Producers / Singers / Songwriters All Working Under The Same Roof In A Black Neighborhood. - Great For Trainspotters - 1997 Macmillan Press - ISBN: 1-901526-11-9

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Takin' Back My Name - Ike Turner With Nigel Crawthorne - Introduction By Little Richard - A No Holds Barred Autobiography After His Rehabilitation / Telling His Side Of The Story. - 1999 Virgin Press ISBN: 1-85227-850-1

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Motown The History - Sharon Davis - From The Company's Birth In 1959 Until 1988 When The Book Was Written. - Loads Of Great Photographs. - 1988 Guinness Publishing - ISBN: 0-85112-894-7

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Aretha From These Roots - Aretha Franklin & David Ritz - For The First Time, Aretha Tells Her Story Of The Highs And Lows Of Her Life. From Her Gospel Roots To The Heady Heights Of Stardom. - Villard Books - ISBN: 0-375-50033-2

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The Queen Of Soul - Marc Belgo - The Definitive Biography Of Aretha Franklin - Updated With A New Chapter For 2001, A No Holds Barred Portrait Of The Queen Of Soul. - 2001 De Capo Press - ISBN: 0-306-80935-4

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He's A Rebel - Mark Ribowsky - The Truth About The Legendary Rock And Rolls Madman Phil Spector / The Man Who Changed Forever The Whole Way Of Recording Music In The Sixties, With Layers Of Instruments To Produce His Wall Of Sound. - 1989 Dutton Publishing - ISBN: 0-525-24727-0

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Temptations - Otis Williams With Patricia Romanowski - The Groups Founder Otis Williams Gives A Frank Account Of One Of The Smoothest Groups On Motown, The Drink, The Drugs, The Suicides And The Violent Internal Disputes That Helped Make Them The Supergroup. - 1988 G Putnam & Sons Publishing - ISBN: 0-399-13313-5

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Temptations - Ted Cox - Starting In 1964 When The Temptations Were Struggling For Their First Hit With Motown Up until The Death Of Melvin Franklin In 1995. - 1997 Chelsea House Publishers - ISBN: 0-7910-2588-8

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Guitars, Bars And Motown Superstars - Dennis Coffey - From Honorary Member Of The Funk Brothers Dennis Coffey Was One Of Detroit's Most In Demand Session Men. His Autobiography Tells Of One Of The Most Influential Periods In Detroit. - 2002 Bee Cool Publishing - ISBN: 0-9536626-4-0

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B. B. King - Charles Sawyer - The Unauthorised Biography. A Powerful And Honest Chronicle Of The Man. B. B. King Gave A Chance To So Many Of What We Now Regard As Great Blues Artists. - 1980 Blandford Press - ISBN: 0-7-137-1231-7

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James Brown The Godfather Of Soul - James Brown With Bruce Tucker - A Leading Figure In US Music For Many Years Brown Tells Of His Life Of Poverty To One Of Wealth / His Time In Jail And His Many Friends. - 1986 Macmillan Publishing - ISBN: 0-02-517430-4

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Nowhere To Run - Gerri Hershley - A Story Of Sixties Soul Music - Loads Of Exclusive Interviews With The Right People. - 1984 Macmillan Press - ISBN: 0-330-28768-0

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Saturday Night Forever - Alan Jones & Jussi Kantonen - The Story Of Disco. Disco Started In The Late Sixties And Had its Height In The Seventies In All Its Strobe Lead Glory. Alan & Jussi Still Believe In Mirror Balls. - 1999 Mainstream Publishing ISBN: - 1-84018-177-X

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Diana - J Randy Taraborrelli - The Life And Career Of Diana Ross, The First Book By Taraborrelli, Full Of Information And Packed With Photographs. - 1985 H Allen & Co - ISBN: 0-491-03414-8

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Call Her Miss Ross - J.Randy Taraborrelli - The Unauthorised Biography Of Diana Ross. Probably One Of The Most Comprehensive Accounts Of Her Life. - 1989 Birch Lane Press - ISBN: 1-55972-006-9

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Secrets Of A Sparrow - Diana Ross Memoirs - Diana Ross Tells Her Life Story In Her Own Words. Having Been In The Business Since 1963 With The Supremes She has Managed To Stay At The Top. She Tells Of Her Childhood, Her Marriages. Her Children. Her Years With Motown And Her Dreams. - 1993 Headline Book Publishing - ISBN: 0-7427-1045-4

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The Stevie Wonder Scrapbook - James Hoskins - Stevie's Early Years And Up Until 1978 When The Book Was Published. Packed Full Of Photographs. - 1978 Cassell - ISBN:0-304-30461-1

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My Life Story - Gladys Knight - Gladys Knight Tells Her Life Story Of Racism, Doomed Love Affairs, Stardom, Addiction And Recovery.- 1998 Hyperion Press - ISBN: 0-575-60287-2

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The A To Z Of Soul Music - Hugh Gregory - Fact Filled Pages Of Over 600 Singers, Musicians, Performers And Producers. - 1992 Sterling Publishing - ISBN: 0-7137-2179-0

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The Billboard Book Of Number One Rhythm And Blues Hits - Adam White & Fred Bronson - Great Information And Anecdotes On R&B Artists and Singles From 1965 to The Present Day. - Watson Guptill Publications - ISBN: 0-8230-8285-7

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Girl Groups - John Clemente - Fabulous Females That Rocked The World. Profiles Of 60 Groups in Rock And Roll And R&B. All With Discography's and Quotes From The Groups - Well Worth The Money - 2000 Krause Publications - ISBN:0-87341-816-6

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To Be Loved - Berry Gordy - The Memories Of Motown, By The Man Who Built One Of The Most Successful Black Music Record Companies. - 1994 Headline Book Publishing - ISBN: 0-7472-1417-2

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The Beat Goes On - Edited By Charlie Gillett & Simon Frith - Charting The Rise Of Popular Music, The DJs & The People Who Bought It. Contains An Article On Northern. - This Edition 1996 Pluto Press - ISBN: 07453-1078-8

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The Soul Of New Orleans - Jeff Hannusch - A Legacy Of Rhythm And Blues. It's More About The Heart Of The Music Scene In New Orleans And The R&B Artists Rather Than Soul Music. - 2001 Swallow Publications - ISBN: 0-9614245-8-3

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Be My Baby - Ronnie Spector With Vince Waldron - Ronnie Bennett Her Sister And Her Cousin Form A Group. The Ronettes Has An Insane Marriage to Phil Spector And Everything Goes Wrong. Foreword By Cher - 1990 Macmillan London Limited - ISBN: 0-333-55604-6

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Take Me To The River - Al Green With Davin Seay - Al Green Tells Openly And Frankly Of His Turbulent And Fascinating Life. - 2000 Payback Press - ISBN: 1-84195-187-0

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Motown The Golden Years - Bill Dahl With Photographs From Weldon McDougal 111 - The Golden Age Of Motown From The 1950s To The Early 1970s. The Label Had It All. Revisit The History That Made Motown A Powerhouse For Two Decades. - 2001 Krause Publications - ISBN: 0-87349-286-2

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Motown - The View From The Bottom - Jack Ashford - Foreword By Martha Reeves - The Funk Brothers Were Motown's House Band Throughout The 1960s. Playing In The Snake Pit They Changed The Course Of Soul Music In Detroit. Forty Years On Jack Tells His Side Of The Story Of The Ups And Downs Of His Working Life At Motown. - 2003 Bank House Books - ISBN: 1-904408-03-06

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Motown - Music Money Sex And Power - Gerald Posner - The Book That Answers Questions About Motown That Nobody Knows. Based On Numerous Interviews And Documentation. The History Of Motown. The Court Cases And Litigation And All The Relationships Between The Singers, Songwriters And Producers - 2002 Random House Publishing - ISBN: 0-375-500062-6

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Going Back To Memphis - James Dickerson - A Comprehensive History Of Music In Memphis. James Dickerson Tells How Black And White Musicians Worked Together To Forge Some Unique Music Styles That Is Memphis Music - A Century Of Blues Rock & Roll And Soul - 1996 Schirmer Books - ISBN: 0-02-864506-5

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Rhythm Oil - Stanley Booth - A Journey Through The Music Of The American South. More Blues Than Soul. Atlanta. Mississippi. Memphis - 2001 De Capo Press - ISBN: 0-30680979-6

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The Hip Hop Years - Alex Ogg With David Upshall - The History Of Rap. Tracing The History Of A Culture That Has Been Around Since The Seventies. Written To Accompany The Series Of The Same Name On Channel 4 - 1999 Channel 4 Books - ISBN: 0-7522-1735-6

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The Vulture & The Nigger Factory - Gil Scott-Heron - Two Successful Novels From The Early Seventies Together In One Book Both Written With Flair. - 1999 Payback Press - ISBN: 0-86241-901-8

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Heart & Soul - Bob Mearlis & Davin Seay - Foreword By Etta James - A Celebration Of Black Music Style In America 1930-1975 - Musical History Told mainly In Pictures Of Memorabilia / Posters / LP Covers / Song Sheets / Publicity Photos / Adverts / Record Labels - Great Coffee Table Book - 2002 Billboard Books - ISBN: 0-8230-8314-4

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Otis - Scott Freeman - A Full Scale Biography Of One Of The Giants Of Soul Music - A Portrait Of The Man Who Embodied The Very Essence Of Soul - 2001 St Martins Press - ISBN: 0-321-26217-5

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Otis Redding - Geoff Brown - Geoff Brown Talks To Booker T Jones, Isaac Hayes, David Porter And Many Others About His Brief Life - 2001 Mojo books - ISBN: 1-84915-086-6

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The Tina Turner Experience - Chris Welch - Tina Tells Of The Key Events In Her Life Of The 25 Years In The Music Business Up Until The Book Was Published In 1986 - 1986 W.H. Allen & Co Publishing - ISBN: 0-491-03951-4

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