What's Going On?: Marvin Gaye and the Last Days of the Motown Sound
Mojo Books, 2001 - 284 ページ
With a career taht exemplified the maturation of romantic black pop into a sophisticated form spanning social and sexual politics, Marvin Gaye was one of the most con sistent and enigmatic of the Motown hit maers. Through interviews with many of the artists and record company employees closest to the singer, Edmonds examines in detail the making of the legendary What's Going On. In an ear of Vietnam and civil rights protests, Gaye's determination and vision resulted not only in inspirational, pioneering grooves but in an album that clallenged America to take a long, hard look at itself.
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