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Soul of a nation Afro-centric visions in the age of black power : underground jazz, street funk & the roots of rap 1968-79 by Gil Scott-Heron

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Other titlesAfro-centric visions in the age of black power
ContributionsCohran, Phil, 1927-2017, composer, performer, Fabio, Sarah Webster, 1928-1979, composer, performer, Mandingo Griot Society (Musical group), Ubiquity (Musical group)
LC ClassificationsM1630.18 .S68 2017
The Physical Object
Format[sound recording] :
Pagination1 audio disc
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Open LibraryOL26935754M
LC Control Number2017036991

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