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Music Is History

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  • Product Details

    Author:
    Questlove
    Format:
    Hardcover
    Publisher:
    Abrams Image (October 12, 2021)
    Language:
    English
    ISBN-13:
    9781419751431
    ISBN-10:
    1419751433
    File:
    Eloquence-HNA_12022022_P5715172_onix21_Complete-20221201.xml
    Folder:
    Eloquence
    List Price:
    $29.99
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    $23.09
    Publisher Identifier:
    P-ABRAMS
    Discount Code:
    A
    Case Pack:
    20
    Pages:
    352
    Weight:
    25.28oz
    Dimensions:
    6.5" x 9" x 1.375"
  • Overview

    Music Is History combines Questlove’s deep musical expertise with his curiosity about history, examining America over the past fifty years.
     
    Focusing on the years 1971 to the present, Questlove finds the hidden connections in the American tapes- try, whether investigating how the blaxploitation era reshaped Black identity or considering the way disco took an assembly-line approach to Black genius. And these critical inquiries are complemented by his own memories as a music fan, and the way his appetite for pop culture taught him about America.
     
    A history of the last half-century and an intimate conversation with one of music’s most influential and original voices, Music Is History is a singular look at contemporary America.

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