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Confessions of Rick James Memoirs of a Super Freak

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ISBN-10: 0979097630

ISBN-13: 9780979097638

Edition: 2007

Authors: Rick James

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To fans of sassy and savvy urban music, the name Rick James will forever be associated with the mainstream emergence of funk—that bottom-heavy blend of rock and soul that sparked a multi-racial musical revolution in the 1970s and 1980s andnbsp;has since influencednbsp;everything from rap to raves, punk to progressive rock. Along with the fame, the Grammy Award, and superstardom came drug abuse and even felony convictions, all of which are chronicled in this gripping, posthumousnbsp;tell-all of the funk revolution.
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List price: $18.95
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Amber Books
Publication date: 5/1/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 450
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.04" tall
Weight: 1.430
Language: English

Rick James ends up thinking a lot about evangelism, about how to present Jesus responsibly to college students. In his dual role as a speaker for Campus Crusade and publisher of CruPress, Rick is constantly looking for, collecting and creating literature that communicates the Gospel in a truly relevant way. Rick's two degrees, theology and advertising, have convinced him that good communication is nearly as important as good theology. And his Likewise book Jesus Without Religion reflects both, as Rick joins his concern for biblical substance with a care for style, humor, and metaphor.Rick reads Atlantic Monthly, social trend writers like Malcolm Gladwell, and design magazines like…    

Introduction. Sex and Drugs and Rock and Roll
The Beginning
A Child's Heart
Welcome to the White World
Love Thy Neighbor
Time for Some Respect
Sports, Gangs
Oh Happy Day!
Failures Make You Stronger
The Change
Time to Move on
Black and Proud
One Bad Habit
Funk Uncle Sam
Oh, Canada
Whole New World
The Mynah Bird Days
Starting Over
Motown, Here we Come
I Surrender
The Escape
California Bound
Acid Time
After The Fall
Going Back to Cali
On My Own
The New Salt 'n Pepper
Papa Rick
My First Big Band
The Drug Smuggler
My Own Record Label
My First Single
Creating An Image
"You and I"-the First Hit
The Stone City Band
Double Platinum
Teena Maria
The Magical Funk Tour
Me and Prince
King of Funk
Super Freak
Beginning a New Era
Throwin' Down
MTV and Me
A Family Affair
Process and the Doo Rags
Cold Blooded
Eddie and Me
Straight and Sober
The End of Motown
The Lawsuit Years
Love Thy Brother
Me and Norma Jean
Warner Bros. Records
Born Again
The Devil Rides Again
Witches' Brew
Folsom Prison Blues
Urban Rhapsody
The Next Beginning