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Black History Month: Imagination

About the List

This curation of literary fiction represents the talent and creativity that exists within the black community!

Literary Fiction

Source Highlight


Born Under A Bad Sign (1967) is a contemporary jazz and blues album by American blues guitarist and singer Albert Nelson, known by his stage name Albert King. Having a renowned career as a musician, he became known as one of the "Kings of the Blues," along with musicians B.B King and Freddie King. This album is Albert King's most popular and influential work. 

For other black artists in jazz and blues, visit the Naxos Music Library Jazz database: