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Long-Buried Funk Album Released After 50 Years

The funk band “The Nat Turner Rebellion” of Philadelphia found some success on the road in the late 1960s and early ’70s. But a debut album recorded by the band was never released, and then the band eventually disbanded. Now, the music is getting a new life. Peter Crimmins (@PeterCrimmins) of WHYY reports.

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