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Interview by Edwin J. Bernard, Record Mirror, 23 January 1988
CONSIDERING JOYCE Sims has made her mark forging a co-operation between soul and hip hop, her upbringing and lifestyle could hardly have prepared her for ...
Indie Labels: Players With the Rap Attack Making the Most Impact — and It's Not Just for the Money
Report by Vernon Gibbs, Billboard, 18 June 1988
INDEPENDENT LABELS have always been critical to the exposure of new black music. In the '50s, labels like Specialty and Chess gave pioneers like Little ...
Joyce Sims: All About Love (Sleeping Bag 823 1291)
Review by Mark Sinker, The Observer, 10 September 1989
DISCO'S FUTURIST variants Chicago House and Detroit Techno are machine-age musics that prefer motion to emotion, leaving mainstream R&B seeming old-form and narrow — only ...
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