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<!--020091117018988-->Wax Poetics - 'Issue 38, November/ December 2009 (BLUE COVER)' [Magazine]
<!--020091117018988-->Wax Poetics - 'Issue 38, November/ December 2009 (BLUE COVER)' [Magazine]
<!--020091117018988-->Wax Poetics - 'Issue 38, November/ December 2009 (BLUE COVER)' [Magazine]
<!--020091117018988-->Wax Poetics - 'Issue 38, November/ December 2009 (BLUE COVER)' [Magazine]

Wax Poetics

Issue 38, November/ December 2009 (BLUE COVER)

Magazine

$9.97
Product Details
  • Nov 17, 2009
  • WP038MZ
  • 9.1 oz
  • new (we only sell new items)
  • Wax Poetics, Inc.
Description
Wax Poetics No. 38, The Soundtrack Issue

Curtis Mayfield injected his own cultural commentary into the Super Fly legacy
Director Spike Lee continues to tell personal stories by any means necessary
Animation and indie film pioneer Ralph Bakshi drew attention to race and culture
The South Bronx of 1979 documented in 80 Blocks from Tiffany's
Photographer Michael Abramson captured the magic of 1970s south side Chicago
DJ/producer David Holmes approaches soundtrack composition with a less-is-more philosophy
European libraries created soulful instrumentals for '70s film and television
Ex-pimp Robert Beck transformed into writer Iceberg Slim, introducing a new genre for literature, film, and music
Black Dynamite director Scott Sanders crafts high-caliber blaxploitation homage
Blaxploitation soundtrack for film that wasn't meant to be
The sinister role of the turntable in Hollywood classics
The music and politics of Black action films
Black Dynamite composer Adrian Younge refuses to cut corners with his authentic old soul