Crossover - The Story Of British Black Music

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1: London Is the Place for Me

Pauline Black savours the sounds of the Caribbean as recorded by the musicians who arrived on Britain's shores in the post-war years. Calypso, ska and reggae artists talk about their succcesses and disappointments in the Mother Country.

Producer Wendy Pilmer

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Producer: Wendy Pilmer

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2: Black Skin Blue-Eyed Boys In the 1960s, heyday of American soul, it was easy for British artists to base a career on covering hits in fake US accents, yet it was almost impossible to sell themselves as British black artists. Pauline Black explores the 60s club scene and meets its legends.

Producer Wendy Pilrmer

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Artists: Pauline Black

Producer: Wendy Pilrmer

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4: British Hustle

Producer Wendy Pilmer

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Producer: Wendy Pilmer

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5: 1 Can Do This

Pauline Black explores the British rap sound.

Producer Wendy Pilmer

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Unknown: Pauline Black

Producer: Wendy Pilmer

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6: Tlierc's Notliing Like This Pauline Black investigates the state of the black music industry and meets entrepreneurs of the 90s such as Jazzie B ,

Eddy Grant and Omar. Producer Wendy Pilmer

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Unknown: Pauline Black

Unknown: Jazzie B

Unknown: Eddy Grant

Producer: Wendy Pilmer

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