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Issue #52 – Sade/Flying Lotus – Fall 2012

Magazine (Item 626818) Wax Poetics, 2012 — Condition: New Copy
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A pretty great multiple cover feature issue for Wax Poetics – this one with Sade on the front and Flying Lotus on the back – plus equally prominent features on Lenny Kravitz and Dam-Funk! Wax Poetics has always been a celebration of soul, funk, hip hop, jazz and otherwise crate diggers fodder – be they underground of not entirely forgotten heroes – or pop culture takeover engineers – and this issue personifies that as strongly as ever! It's also got pieces on Betty Wright, Gary Bartz, Quantic & Alice Russell, Cody Chesnutt, Thundercat, Jamire Williams, Georgia Anne Muldrow and Jamire Williams – plus NYC's 70s Roller Boogie scene and more – and as always, it's filled with great photographs of each and every figure! (2 covers for Issue #52: this one has Sade on the front and Flying Lotus on the back.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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