by Macel, II, Ph.D. Ely
Hardcover, 344 pages, Distributed Art Pub Inc, List Price: $50 |
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May 5, 2011 Over the past decade, Macel Ely decided to find out who his great-uncle — the late gospel singer Brother Claude Ely — really was. In interviews with nearly 1,400 people, Macel discovered that Claude had a healing effect on those who came to his revivals — and his music influenced some of the pioneers of rock 'n' roll.
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