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The March 2011 issue of Black Grooves has now been posted at www.blackgrooves.org<http://www.blackgrooves.org>.

This month we're featuring a number of reissues, including compilations devoted to Memphis R&B singer-pianist Billy "Red" Love, the Detroit punk rock group Death, Aretha Franklin singing the Great American Songbook, North Carolina's David Lee, and music from Luanda, Angola.  New releases include gospel projects from Aaron Neville, the Rance Allen Group, and Lizz Wright; the gospel documentary "You Can't Sing It For Them" from the Yale Institute of Sacred Music; blues from John-Alex Mason with contributions from Cedric and Cody Burnside; and R&B from Chrisette Michele and Fefe Dobson.



Brenda Nelson-Strauss
Editor, Black Grooves
Archives of African American Music & Culture
Indiana University
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Bloomington, IN 47408
www.blackgrooves.org
http://www.indiana.edu/~aaamc/
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