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460 CREDıTS 461 Rick Allen a/k/a R. A. Pinkston IV: “Lee Abrams and the Cold-Blooded, Calculated Assassination of Detroit Radio: An Eyewitness Account.” Printed with the kind permission of the author.© R. A. Pinkston IV. 2015. Aaron Anderson: “Random Thoughts: A Brief History of WSU’s Legendary Zoot’s Coffee.” Printed with the kind permission of the author.© Aaron Anderson. 2015. Lester Bangs: "Alice Cooper All American: A Horatio Alger Story for the '70s." Originally printed in Creem, January 1972. © 1972 Creem Media, Inc. Reprinted courtesy of Raines & Raines. Peter Bejaminson: Excerpt from The Lost Supreme: The Life of Dream Girl Florence Ballard. Reprinted with the kind permission of the author and the Chicago Review Press © Peter Benjaminson. 2009. Peter Bejaminson: Excerpt from Mary Wells: The Tumultuous Life of Motown’s First Superstar. Reprinted with the kind permission of the author and the Chicago Review Press © Peter Benjaminson. 2012. Peter Bejaminson: “Motortown Revues.” Printed with the kind permission of the author© Peter Benjaminson. 2015. Lars Bjorn: “Bebop in Detroit: Nights at the Blue Bird Inn.” Printed with the kind permission of the author. © Lars Bjorn. 2015. Lars Bjorn: “Teddy Harris: A Jazz Man in Motown.” Printed with the kind permission of the author. © Lars Bjorn. 2015. Ben Blackwell: “A Band Called Death.” Printed with the kind permission of the author. © Ben Blackwell. 2015. Ben Blackwell: “Detroit’s Historical Archer Records from the Inside-Outside.” Reprinted with the kind permission of the author. © Ben Blackwell. 2015. Ben Blackwell: “A View of Third Man Records from the Inside.” Printed with the kind permission of the author. © Ben Blackwell. 2015. S. R. Boland: “Fortune Records for Truly Great Music.” Printed with the kind permission of the author. © S. R. Boland. 2015. S. R. Boland: “Jack Scott: Detroit’s Unsung Rock ’n’ Roll Pioneer.” Reprinted with the kind permission of the author. © S. R. Boland. 2015. Melba Joyce Boyd: “Waiting for Smokey Robinson.” Printed with the kind permission of the author. © Melba Joyce Boyd. 2015. Dan Carlisle: “The Day I Saved WABX.” Printed with the kind permission of the author. © Dan Carlisle. 2015. Gary Carner: “The Donald Byrd–Pepper Adams Quintet: Jazz in Detroit, 1958–61.” Printed with the kind permission of the author. © Gary Carner. 2015. Dr. Herman Daldin: “Grande Daze, Bubble Puppies, and Suburban Hippie Rock.” Printed with the kind permission of the author. © Herman Daldin. 2015. Matt Deapo: “Frankly Speaking: Awesome Dre’s Outspoken Detroit.” Printed with the kind permission of the author. Matt Deapo. 2015. Rebecca “Tyner” Derminer: “Robin Tyner: Early Days/Final Days.” Printed with the kind permission of the author. © Rebecca “Tyner” Derminer. 2015. Howard A. Dewitt: “Who Is the Sugarman?” A slightly different version of this essay first appeared in Searching for Sugar Man: Sixto Rodriguez’ Mythical Climb to Rock N Roll Fame and Fortune. Printed with the kind permission of the author. © Howard A. Dewitt. 2016. 462 credıTs Mike Dutkewych: “Strange Mysterious Sounds: The Demise of Ted Lucas and the Spike-Drivers.” Printed with the kind permission of the author.© Mike Dutkewych. 2015. Hobey Echlin: “Inner-City Blues: The Story of Detroit Techno.” Reprinted with the kind permission of the author. © Hobey Echlin. 2015. Hobey Echlin: “Majesty Crush Lurking in the Shadows of Motown and Detroit Techno.” Reprinted with the kind permission of the author. © Hobey Echlin. 2015. Ben Edmonds. “What’s Going On? Marvin Gaye and the Final Days of Motown.” Reprinted with the kind permission of the author. © Ben Edmonds. 2001. Larry Gabriel: “Rebirth of Tribe.” Printed with the kind permission of the author. © Larry Gabriel. 2015. Jim Gallert: “Bebop in Detroit: Nights at the Blue Bird Inn.” Printed with the kind permission of the author. © Jim Gallert. 2015. Jim Gallert: “Teddy Harris: A Jazz Man in Motown.” Printed with the kind permission of the author. © Jim Gallert. 2015. Gary Graff. “The Story of Hitsville: Motown Days,”“Amboy Duke,”“Bob Seger: The Early Days,” and “Kid Rock: From Apple Orchards to the World.” All appeared in slightly different form in various publications. Printed with the kind permission of the author. © Gary Graff. 2015. L. E. Grimshaw: “Gary Grimshaw: Poster Child.” Printed with the kind permission of the author.© L. E. Grimshaw. 2015. Bill Harris: “For Beans” and “Roy Brooks: Detroit Downbeat.” Printed with the kind permission of the author. © Peter Bill Harris. 2015. W. Kim Heron: “Musician Interrupted: Faruq Z. Bey.” This essay appeared in slightly different form in the Metro Times. Printed with the kind permission of the...

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Additional Information

ISBN
9780814341230
MARC Record
OCLC
967523967
Launched on MUSE
2017-01-05
Language
English
Open Access
No
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