Wax Poetics Journal Issue 68 (Paperback): Digable Planets b/w P.M. Dawn

Wax Poetics Journal Issue 68 (Paperback): Digable Planets b/w P.M. Dawn

by Various Authors

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Overview

CONTENTS

Origins: A sampling of the sphere of influence for Reachin’ (A New Refutation of Time and Space), the debut album of the Digable Planets.

The System: A shadowy synth-pop album unearthed

Raymond Scott: Synthesizer innovator and composer sampled by Dilla

Susaye Greene: Singer-songwriter who worked with Ray Charles, Stevie Wonder, and the Supremes

P.M. Dawn: Hip-hop/R&B group ahead of their time

James Mason: New York multi-instrumentalist creates funk-monster holy grail album

Novos Baianos: Brazil's most beloved band

Cerrone: French drummer and producer created disco gold

Rap-A-Lot Records: Geto Boys helped put label and its city, Houston, on the hip-hop map

Digable Planets: From Grammy-winning insects to Black revolutionaries

Frank White: King of New York hip-hop photographer

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780999212776
Publisher: Wax Poetics Books
Publication date: 01/24/2020
Pages: 130
Sales rank: 584,586
Product dimensions: 8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.34(d)

Table of Contents

CONTENTS

Origins: A sampling of the sphere of influence for Reachin’ (A New Refutation of Time and Space), the debut album of the Digable Planets.

The System: A shadowy synth-pop album unearthed

Raymond Scott: Synthesizer innovator and composer sampled by Dilla

Susaye Greene: Singer-songwriter who worked with Ray Charles, Stevie Wonder, and the Supremes

P.M. Dawn: Hip-hop/R&B group ahead of their time

James Mason: New York multi-instrumentalist creates funk-monster holy grail album

Novos Baianos: Brazil's most beloved band

Cerrone: French drummer and producer created disco gold

Rap-A-Lot Records: Geto Boys helped put label and its city, Houston, on the hip-hop map

Digable Planets: From Grammy-winning insects to Black revolutionaries

Frank White: King of New York hip-hop photographer

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