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Just my soul responding

rhythm and blues, Black consciousness, and race relations
  • 600 Pages
  • 2.22 MB
  • 2015 Downloads
  • English
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University of California Press , Berkeley [Calif.]
Rhythm and blues music -- History and criticism, African Americans -- Music -- History and criticism, Popular music -- United States -- History and criticism, African Americans -- Civil rights, Music and

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StatementBrian Ward.
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LC ClassificationsML3479 .W37 1998
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 600 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL691969M
ISBN 100520212975, 0520212983
LC Control Number97039138

One of the most innovative and ambitious books to appear on the civil rights and black power movements in America, Just My Soul Responding also offers a major challenge to conventional histories of contemporary black and popular music.

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Just My Soul Responding: Rhythm and Blues, Black Consciousness, and Race Relations. Synopsis. In one of the most innovative and ambitious books to appear on civil rights and black power movements in America, the author examines the relationship between rhythm and blues music and the struggle for black freedom and equality from the 50s to the 70s.

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Just My Soul Responding therefore sets out to chart the movement between these two poles – between a cultural blackness and a cultural whiteness – at precise historical moments across the Civil Rights Movement, through the transition to a more emboldened Black Power Movement, and into the waning stages of openly confrontational black cultural struggle.

The true subject of Just My Soul Responding is not soul music or even rhythm and blues--unless that post-World War II catchall category is retrofitted to encompass soul and a little funk and disco but not hip-hop or recent black pop. Rather, Brian Ward sets himself to tracing the evolution of black pop from the dawn of rock-and-roll (a misty moment here signaled by the Chords' "Sh-Boom" in.

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During a reincarnational cycle we evolve through five soul ages: Infant, Baby, Young, Mature, and Old. Each of these soul ages offer various lessons and perspectives to explore during the life. One soul age is not better than the other, only different.

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It's just my soul responding Soul responding, soul responding. I was born and raised in the ghetto On the run down side of the track And there are forces who do everything they can do To hold me back because my skin is black.

Oh but more and more I mind Hell, it's about time.