Wax Poetics Issue 42 (D’Angelo / Barry White / Erykah Badu / Gil Scott-Heron)


  • re:Discovery Tito Ramos, Curtis Mayfield, Joi, Jeff Redd, D.J. Rogers
  • Bilal Philly soul cat comes full circle
  • Spree Wilson Singer-songwriter finds his niche
  • The Bamboos Antipodean funk band gets over Down Under
  • Kings Go Forth Milwaukee outsiders unearth lost treasures of soul’s golden age
  • Record Rundown Five fine artists let the vinyl speak
  • Studio Rundown Bob Power remembers five spots that made history
  • Funky Beatitude Melvin Bliss’s “Synthetic Substitution” helped pattern the sound of hip-hop
  • Sister Sanctified Funkstress Eryka Badu enlightens from a higher ground
  • The Last Poet Gil Scott-Heron is still the first name on the rhyme scene
  • Big Love Barry White’s unlimited passion took him to the heights of music
  • In the Raw D’Angelo’s organic sweet soul shook up modern R&B
  • When Circuits Cry Inventor Del Casher and the innovative guitarists who followed gave voice to the wah-wah pedal
  • Conscientious Observer Songwriter Ernie Hines instills his music with messages to the world
  • Analog Out How Guitar Amps and Pedals Became Virtual
  • Converse 45 SeriesGo Your Own Way: Tito Ramos “Where My Head Is At” b/w Bilal “Free”



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  1. R&B Issue. Love it!

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