The Notorious Ph. D.'s Guide to the Super Fly 70s

The Notorious Ph. D.'s Guide to the Super Fly 70s

A Connoisseur's Journey Through the Fabulous Flix, Hip Sounds, and Cool Vibes That Defined A Decade

Book - 2007 | 1st ed
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THIS RICHLY INFORMATIVE JOURNEY INTO THE 1970S CAPTURES THE EXPLOSIVE POWER OF THE BLACK PERFORMERS, MUSICIANS, FILMMAKERS, AND ATHLETES WHO IGNITED A CULTURAL REVOLUTION.

WHAT SINGER/SONGWRITER WAS THE FIRST WHITE PERFORMER TO APPEAR ON SOUL TRAIN?
WHAT PHILADELPHIA 76ER MADE NBA HISTORY WHEN, AGAINST THE KANSAS CITY KINGS, HIS TWO-HANDED DUNK SHATTERED THE BACKBOARD?
WHAT ROCK-AND-ROLL STAR WOULD BEGIN HIS CAREER PLAYING GUITAR FOR ARTISTS LITTLE RICHARD AND THE ISLEY BROTHERS?

Whether you’re a ’70s culture aficionado or these questions have you stumped, Todd Boyd’s exciting look at one of the most influential periods in popular culture will be a fun and exciting roller-coaster ride that you won’t want to miss.

Dr. Boyd (known as “The Notorious Ph.D.”) delves into the personalities, passions, and politics that swept America and the world in the ’70s and introduced a style and attitude that still reverberates today with the hip hop generation. From movies likeShaft, Super Fly, and Cleopatra Jones to Richard Pryor’s edgy routines on race to the rise of Dr. J and other sports superstars,The Notorious Ph.D.’s Guide to the Super Fly 70s mixes social insight with an all-out celebration of the contributions of a wide variety of Black icons. Covering every aspect of Black culture from the period and including a quiz that you and your friends will love answering together, Dr. Boyd’s hip writing style will educate while it entertains.



Baker & Taylor
Brings together social insights, cultural commentary, and a discussion of the contributions of a variety of black icons, in an insightful overview of one of the most influential periods in American pop culture, assessing the influence of the TV broadcast of Roots, the rise of superstar black athletes, music, film, and more on the 1970s cultural revolution. Original. 25,000 first printing.

Baker
& Taylor

Brings together social insights, cultural commentary, and a discussion of the contributions of a variety of black icons, in an overview of one of the most influential periods in American pop culture.

Publisher: New York : Harlem Moon/Broadway Books, 2007
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780767921879
0767921879
Branch Call Number: 305.896073 BOY
Characteristics: 199 p. : ill. ; 21 cm

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