"Turn the Horns On" is the powerful,poignant, and gripping life story of Steven "Akili" Walker, a young African-American drummer, who set out in the 1970's to conquer his dream of becoming a successful recording engineer in an industry dominated by white males. This intimate account of sex, drugs, and redemption takes you on a revealing tour behind the scenes in New York
City studios and on the road with some of the most groundbreaking musicians of the last 40 years -including James Brown, George Clinton, Tony Bennett, Run-DMC, Prince, LL Cool J, Lee Morgan, Ahmad Jamal, Luther Vandross, The Young Rascals, Humble Pie, and Russell Simmons - with special attention paid to the work that established Akili as one of the architects of hip hop.
|Publisher:||Wynter Lynn Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.51(d)|
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