Give 'Em Soul, Richard!: Race, Radio, and Rhythm and Blues in Chicago

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9780252076862: Give 'Em Soul, Richard!: Race, Radio, and Rhythm and Blues in Chicago
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"I had 'The Crown Prince' embossed on my luggage. When I had to sit with white guys on airplanes, a lot of them would read that and ask, 'What country are you from?' I told them, 'The Country of Soul.' 'Where is that?' they would ask. And I'd always say, 'Chicago, the South Side.'" Richard E. Stamz "This story makes an indelible contribution to the field of African American studies. Readers not only get a story that opens them to the world of Richard Stamz; it opens them to the world that African Americans had made for themselves in the last century." Robert Pruter, from the foreword of Give 'Em Soul, Richard!

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As either observer or participant, radio deejay and political activist, Richard E. Stamz witnessed every significant period in the history of blues and jazz in the last century. From performing first-hand as a minstrel in the 1920s to broadcasting Negro League baseball games in a converted 1934 Chrysler to breaking into Chicago radio and activist politics and hosting his own television variety show, the remarkable story of his life also is a window into milestones of African American history throughout the twentieth century. Dominating the airwaves with his radio show "Open the Door, Richard" on WGES in Chicago, Stamz cultivated friendships with countless music legends, including Willie Dixon, Sonny Boy Williamson, Little Walter, Howlin' Wolf, Memphis Slim, and Leonard Chess. The pioneering Chicago broadcaster and activist known as 'The Crown Prince of Soul' died in 2007 at the age of 101, but not before he related the details of his life and career to college professor Patrick A. Roberts. "Give 'Em Soul, Richard!" surrounds Stamz's memories of race records, juke joints, and political action in Chicago's Englewood neighbourhood with insights on the larger historical trends that were unfolding around him in radio and American history. Narrated by Stamz, this entertaining and insightful chronicle includes commentary by Roberts as well as reflections on the unlikely friendship and collaboration between a black radio legend and a white academic that resulted in one of the few existing first-hand accounts of Chicago's post-war radio scene.

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