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Turn The Horns On Paperback – June 15, 2013
About the Author
Akili Walker an Audio Engineer since 1973 has over 150 albums to his credit and has recorded or toured with acts like Prince, Cameo, Brass Construction, Eddie Kendricks, LL Cool J, Run-Dmc, Kurtis Blow, Phyllis Hyman, Duke Ellington Orch, Ahmad Jamal, Tony Bennett, The Young Rascals, Humble pie, D Train, Gil Scott Heron and Brian Jackson, James Brown, George Clinton, Bootsy Collins, Lee Morgan, Rashan Roland Kirk, Betty Carter, Lonnie Liston Smith, Norman Conners, Doug and Jean Carn, Skyy, Clearence Burke, Love Bug Starski, Whodini, Public Enemy, Machine, Loyd Price, Al Hippler, Evelyn "Champagne" King, Kashif, Art Ensemble of Chicago, Brass Fantasy, Mighty Sparrow, Tabou Combo, Ray Beretto, Eddie Palmeri, Jimmy Castor Bunch, Luther Vandross, The Moments, Blue Magic, Marshall Mantano, The Mighty Arrow, Onyx, Dr Jeckell and Mr Hyde, Charles Earland, Gwen Guthrie and many more.
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engineering. Walker so vividly pulls back the curtains of an unsung segment in the recording industry, while opening up informatics in real life cultural & social issues.
This book evoked several of my sincere emotions, from laughter, to tears, as I eagerly flipped each page of Akili's passages.
After reading, his story, I smiled with eye water at his personal triumphs, & the perfect finish to a great story, was a very impressive discography.
I recommend this book with five stars.