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Dixie Lullaby: A Story of Music, Race, and New Beginnings in a new South (SIGNED). by  Mark Kemp - First Edition, First Printing - 2004. - from Book Junkies and

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Dixie Lullaby: A Story of Music, Race, and New Beginnings in a new South (SIGNED).

by Kemp, Mark

Condition: AS NEW in NEAR FINE DJ

New York: Free Press, 2004. First Edition, First Printing 1/4 cloth AS NEW in NEAR FINE DJ 8vo (6-1/4 x 9-1/4), 296 pp including Index, Bibliography, and Notes on Sources. Hardbound book is FINE -- Unread, Unmarked (other than slight remainder mark) and AS NEW in NEARLY AS NEW pictorial DJ (small 1 inch repaired tear at bottom back of DJ. (h) Allman Brothers, ZZ Top, Leon Russell, and more, all transmuted Rock 'n Roll through their own social and cultural sensibilties into a new version of true American Folk Music -- Rock 'n Roll. The author's story-telling style is perfect coming from a man who grew up in the middle of the change.



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