The most notable performer of gospel music - Maheliya Jackson, who died in January 1972. The granddaughter of a slave, it is his whole life fighting for the recognition of his talent. Maheliya Jackson was born in New Orleans in 1901.
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Her father worked as a stevedore at the port during the day, evening - a barber, and on Sundays he was a priest in a Baptist church. In 1918, Jackson went Maheliya in Chicago. She worked as a maid in a hotel, a laundress, and nurse. There, in Chicago, she began singing in the choir of the Baptist church, and soon became a soloist of the choir. Her talent caught the attention of a kind, it began to be recorded on the plate. The popularity of her performance brought the famous gospel, "He holds the whole world."
Yet it remained a singer known only in the black ghetto, and Baptist churches. The recognition she received in 1950, after a speech at the famous concert hall of the "Carnegie Hall".
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Gospel music performed by Mahelii Jackson became a symbol of protest. She sang extremely temperamental, as if on fire inside the fire unknown, and combs flew out of her black hair. Students began to dance, scream, fell into ecstasy. She never sang in nightclubs. She never sang the blues, and rejected the attempts of Louis Armstrong make her a jazz singer.
And yet no one type of Negro music has not had such a huge impact on the development of American popular (and even modern classical) music, like blues.
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Blues - a cold gray day.
Blues - is loneliness.
Blues - is not just rhymed lines.
Blues - this is the way of love nowhere.
Blues - a rainy day.