Author: Bill Gaskin
ISBN 978-1-62137-444-2 (softcover)
"Notes from a Bronx Son" takes you right to the streets and heart of the people of The Hunts Point section during the 1960s and 70s. It is a time when neighborhoods were as diverse as the general assembly of the United Nations with flavors and colors from every spectrum possible. It is a story about one son in particular, but spreads its nets under many sons and daughters. Relive, revisit, or experience for the first time the music, people, and events, that contributed to change the course of our nation's history with the help of the invisible Hand of God.
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