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Author Bradley, Lloyd, 1955-
Title Sounds like London : 100 years of black music in the capital / Lloyd Bradley.
Imprint London : Serpent's Tail, 2013.

Author Bradley, Lloyd, 1955-
Subject African Americans -- Music -- History and criticism.
Blacks -- Music -- History and criticism.
Music -- England -- London -- 20th century.
Music -- England -- London -- 21st century.
Add Title Sounds like London : one hundred years of black music in the capital
Description 1 online resource (432 pages) : illustrations
polychrome rdacc
Note Includes index.
Summary Annotation For as long as people have been migrating to London, so has their music. An essential link to home, music also has the power to shape communities in surprising ways. Black music has been part of London's landscape since the First World War, when the Southern Syncopated Orchestra brought jazz to the capital. Following the wave of Commonwealth immigration, its sounds and styles took up residence to become the foundation of the city's youth culture. Sounds Like London tells the story of the music and the larger-than-life characters making it, journeying from Soho jazz clubs to Brixton blues parties to King's Cross warehouse raves to the streets of Notting Hill - and onto sound systems everywhere. As well as a journey through the musical history of London, Sounds Like London is about the shaping of a city, and in turn the whole nation, through music. Contributors include Eddy Grant, Osibisa, Russell Henderson, Dizzee Rascal and Trevor Nelson, with an introduction by Soul2Soul's Jazzie B.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (ebrary, viewed January 29, 2014).
ISBN 9781847656506 (electronic bk.)
1847656501 (electronic bk.)
9781846687617
OCLC # 903974531


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