So Listen Whitey! and listen good: There’s power in these grooves, but there’s a message too, and it spells a better day for everyone.
What’s remarkable about the CD is that its 16 tracks give a fairly expansive overview not just in terms of genre scope but also in the range of expression across celebrity status and even region.
Source: Los Angeles Times
“White Man’s Book Does Justice to Black Power Music” — Great feature on the book by Dave Segal in The Stranger.
Is Listen, Whitey! The Sights and Sounds of Black Power 1965-1975 the coolest book ever published? Yes, it is.