Issue 44

 
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  • re:Discovery Bill Withers, Egle Martin, United States Navy Port Authority Soul Band, James Spaulding, Bennie Maupin
  • The Budos Band Staten Island cabal has a stranglehold on sinister rhythms
  • Weapons of Mass Distraction Photographer Lyle Owerko blasts the boom box gospel
  • Platinum Soul Young diva Chris Clark flipped the Motown script
  • Record Rundown Soul assassin DJ Muggs pops off ten shots
  • Motor City Skills Detroit’s Melvin Davis drummed up steady work that paid off
  • Maestro for Hire Arranger Claus Ogerman scored jazz gold with his transparent charts
  • Blood on the Organ Al Kooper gave his soul for rock and roll
  • Bastion of Boogaloo Johnny Colon embraced R&B to fortify Latin music in the ’60s
  • Nuclear Domination War’s tight core of prolific players fused worldwide rhythms with all-day authority
  • Veteran’s Day War keyboardist Lonnie Jordan soldiers on
  • Father of Style Syl Johnson put the blues in R&B
  • Analog Out The Minimoog turns forty as synths endure
  • Converse 45 Series Different Strokes: Syl Johnson “Everybody Needs Love” b/w Kendra Morris “Seaside”
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