Muscle Shoals: The Hit Capital's Heyday & Beyond

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C.S. Fuqua's books include White Trash & Southern ~ Collected Poems, Volume I, The Native American Flute: Myth, History, Craft, Rise Up, Hush, Puppy! A Southern Fried Tale, Trust Walk, The Swing: Poems of Fatherhood, and Notes to My Becca, among others. His work has appeared in publications as diverse as The Christian Science Monitor, Naval History, Main Street Rag, and Year's Best Horror Stories. A musician and craftsman of Native American flutes, he has published extensively on music and musicians. For more information, please visit http://csfuqua.weebly.com.

Muscle Shoals: The Hit Capital's Heyday & Beyond
 

Authored by C. S. Fuqua
Edition: 1

From Dexter Johnson's garage studio to James Joiner's "A Fallen Star," Tune Records to FAME and Muscle Shoals Sound studios, Aretha Franklin to the Rolling Stones, from the beginning to present day-Muscle Shoals: The Hit Capital's Heyday & Beyond is an updated, expanded version of Music Fell on Alabama, the original book-length history of the Muscle Shoals music industry, first published in 1991, chronicling the cooperation of black and white producers and artists during one of the most volatile times in U.S. race relations, cooperation that produced many of the most celebrated and enduring songs of all time.

Much has been written about the Muscle Shoals music industry and even a movie produced, most accounts crediting the area's phenomenal success to some mystical power divined from the Tennessee River. Myth makes for good drama, but Muscle Shoals: The Hit Capital's Heyday & Beyond details the true source of the industry's success: the tenacious determination of talented individuals obsessed with the desire to make a difference in music.

And what a difference they made...


Publication Date:
2014-06-18
ISBN/EAN13:
1500195634 / 9781500195632
Page Count:
180
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Music / History & Criticism / General




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