|Subject:||Music and Movies|
|Date:||November 21, 2016|
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Ironically enough, the white covers of these black artist's music never climbed as high on the top-seller list as the ones originally put out by the black musicians themselves. In 1956, white musician Pat Boone did a cover of the black Blues artist Little Richard's "Tutti Frutti" that reached number 18 on the bestseller chart...
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However, when Little Richard put out his own release of "Long Tall Sally" later in that same year, before Boone put out his cover of it, Little Richard already had it at number six. This simply proves that, however attempting to slow the eventual rise of black artists, they were in fact hastening the inevitable...
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