Why '70s music is so popular in the '90s

June 1996
Jet;06/17/96, Vol. 90 Issue 5, p58
Presents comments by musicians and music observers on the reasons for the popularity in the 1990s of the music of the 1970s. Includes Eugene Record, former lead singer of the Chi-Lites; Role of technology according to Curtiss Mayfield; Role of advertisers according to Cuba Gooding Sr., lead singer of The Male Ingredient.


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