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The Legacy of African American Spirituals in Today's Gospel and Blues Music

The Legacy of African American Spirituals in Today's Gospel and Blues Music

Gospel and blues music and songs of the civil rights movement have roots in slave spirituals, songs of sorrow, but jubilation at the idea of freedom.


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