Fonds - Rob Bowman Fonds

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Rob Bowman Fonds

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  • 1922 - 2022 (Creation)

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(1956-)

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Robert (Rob) Bowman, born 1956, is a music professor at York University. After studying ethnomusicology at York, he completed his PhD at the University of Memphis. Bowman is an expert in popular music. He has written liner notes for multiple albums and appeared in many broadcast documentaries and radio programs. Nominated for six Grammy Awards, he won Best Album Notes Grammy in 1996 for The Complete Stax/Volt Soul Sings, Vol. 3: 1972-1975. Among his many publications is the book Soulsville, U.S.A.: The Story Of Stax Records, a history of the record label.

Sources: https://ampd.yorku.ca/profile/rob-bowman/ https://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/rob-bowman-emc

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2 accruals:
2018.013
2022.016

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  • English

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