The Great Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Or: What you don't know about Black Classical Music could be killing you
Glenn O'Brien, unpublished, 2002
BACK THERE during the revolution, when we called ourselves freaks proudly, rock was rocking the world. Musicians like Hendrix, Clapton, and Page, and philosophical bands like the Beatles and the Stones were tranforming pop music into a fine art.
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