Occupy Wall Street Bares Its Soul
As the biography on his website reads, funk/soul/R&B singer and songwriter Charles Bradley is “no stranger to hard times.” Raised on the streets of Brooklyn, Bradley lived much of his life as an itinerant cook and part-time musician before suffering the death of his brother by gunshot. Now in his 60s, Bradley sets his pain to music and makes a fitting contribution to the soundtrack of the Occupy Wall Street movement.
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