Last in a series in which singer Mica Paris honours seven records and artists fortheir impact on soul music. 7:
This final edition celebrates the album What's the 411 ?
(1992), which established
Mary J Blige as the queen of hip-hop soul at the age of 21. With contributions from
Neneh Cherry, Trevor Nelson and from Blige herself.
Bob Harris presents a series to mark the 30th anniversary of Old Grey Whistle Test, the BBC rock programme which featured casual studio sessions with neither dance routines nor flashing lights. This edition features
Bruce Springsteen , Tom Petty , Joan Armatrading and Stillwater , and an interview with former
US president Jimmy Carter.
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