Soul Unsung: Reflections on the Band in Black Popular Music

If you look here, you can read my review of the book Soul Unsung, whichdiscusses the way black pop has changed over time by focusing on the men and women playing behind the singer. The author uses King Curtis’s “Memphis Soul Stew” to aid in the book’s organization. “Listen to the band move, watch the people groove.”

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