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    “Can You Hear Me Now?” Audio Book Prologue

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    The audio version of “Can You Hear Me Now?” is a prologue to the upcoming (2018) paperback version of the book.  It is the autobiography of Saxophonist Duane Parham, and gives a candid look at the life of the Motown/Jazz/Gospel Legend, as well as shares lessons he learned in establishing the “key of life.”  Both versions will inspire and motivate!

     “Can You Hear Me Now?” was written by Duane Parham and co-authored by Dr. Mamie Smith. Musical Score: Rodney Ronquillo; Sound Effects: Duane Parham & Juan Johnson; CD Cover Design: Rodney Ronquillo & Diane Simpson; Actor Voices: Yael Pruitt, Lydia Wright, Loren Harper, Dr. Mamie Smith & Duane Parham.

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    In the spirit of love & success, Musically yours Duane Parham II

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    The Unsung Musicians of the Motown Empire Documentary

    This documentary tells the story of the “unsung musicians of Motown,” who were instrumental in creating “a sound” that not only rocked the country, but impacted social change in the world, yet these horn players were un-celebrated and un-recognized. They played on more hit records than Elvis and The Beatles combined, and in my opinion, parallel the Tuskegee Airmen.

    As the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. became a “drum major” for humanity, it is my desire and privilege to become a “foot soldier” for these musicians—to make sure that even though their voices are silent, their music lives on. It is a challenge that I accept gracefully and willingly, because its source comes from a power greater than myself. The “Unsung Musicians of the Motown Empire” documentary is a story that every child, man and woman should not only see . . . but live!

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All proceeds from the sale of the audiobook and documentary will go towards the purchase of the school, The Parham’s Academy Of Performing Arts!

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