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Ebony People

Synopsis

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Vastiana Belfon talks to Mica Paris and Courtney Pine.
Final programme in the series has musicians
Courtney Pine and Mica Paris talking about achieving fame at a young age by playing it strictly by their own rules, and not compromising.
Mica is critical of some black women singers who allow themselves to be marketed as 'bimbos', while Courtney defends jazz against charges that it is complex and difficult music.
The audience talks to them about their contributions towards the establishment of a black British tradition in both the soul and jazz music categories.
Producer ONYE WAMBU
Series producer VASTIANA BELFON Executive producer JOHN WILCOX BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Unknown: Courtney Pine.
Unknown: Mica Paris
Producer: John Wilcox

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