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James McBride’s Kill ‘Em and Leave: Searching for James Brown and the American Soul isn’t your typical biography. It’s about roots and family and friendships. It’s about business and “the business,” and family greed. It’s about the artistry of James Brown and what he meant to Black America. But it’s not “just” about James Brown — the man, the artist, the performer. It’s also about the “idea” of a James Brown in America... more

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