‘Dr. Martin Luther King had a dream. And Stevie Wonder had a dream. This is a book about dreams.’
This gripping memoir is steeped in Gil’s inimitable voice and consciousness — and stuffed with razor-sharp insights into the music industry, the civil rights movement, modern America, governmental hypocrisy and our wider place in the world.
Rawly satirical and tender, its springboard is Stevie Wonder’s invitation to join him on a forty-one-city tour across America, ending in Washington in January 1981, to gather popular support for a Martin Luther King holiday…
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