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The Soul of Stax Records
The South's quintessential R&B label had its ups and downs but never lost its soul
Splashpage-IsaacHayes
Articles
Prince and André Cymone formed the band Grand Central while still in high school
Grand Central was focused—the group would spend half their days in school and the other half skipping school to rehearse in the basement.
Grand Central: Linda Anderson, André Cymone, Morris Day, Terry Jackson, Prince, and William Doughty.
Articles
Renaissance Man
Lenny Kravitz learned to navigate the industry to become a master of his game
Lenny-splash
Wax Poetics Magazine
Issue 46
Jazz’s Mad Men
Wax Poetics Issue 46 - George Benson/George Duke
Beastie Boys
The Chamber Brothers TV
D.I.T.C. TV
Harry Whitaker TV
S. Neil Fujita
Bruce Haack Farad TV
Articles
Nas and Damian Marley unite for the album Distant Relatives
Distant Relatives is testament to the fact that hip-hop has reached another level.
Photo by Nabil Elberkin
Record Rundown
The Mackrosoft
Revelation of the Method
The Mackrosoft
Re:Discovery
The Electric Flag
“Nothing to Do” (Columbia) 1969
The Electric Flag
Re:Discovery
The Chris Hinze Combination
Sister Slick (Columbia) 1974
Chris Hinze
Re:Discovery
Ramsey Lewis
“Collage” (Columbia) 1972
Ramsey Lewis
Articles
Out of the Mainstream
The Jack Lonshein Story