This book is based on the true story of a kid, whom because of his love for singing and music, was a member of a all male singing group, who owned the name and were, the original "Supremes". This book is his life story about the famous people he met and how he came to be an premiere "oldies but goodies" disc jockey.
|Publisher:||Garden Park Productions|
|File size:||154 KB|
About the Author
The son of an Air Force Master Sergent, whom himself as an personal Aide to General William Blanchard of The United States Air Force's Strategic Air Command, accompanied the General to England, where the General took over command of SAC's 7th Air Division.
Living under a military regiment from state to state, from one Air Force Base to another, to living in Europe, Brother Soldier gained the beneficial advantage of living among and knowing of various societies, cultures and peoples of assorted races.
It was this life experience that helped to develop in Brother Soldier the ability to recognize that if a person was of a particular color and a "horse's behind", chances are he would be a "horse's behind", no matter what color he was.
Brother Soldier's perceptive powers to see both sides of a coin, of how it would feel to walk in another man's shoes, gives him instinctive insight into finding the "middle ground" between individuals and groups.
Brother Soldier believes in the idealism of America, one man, one vote, separation of Church and State and all the other little niceties that make up the United States Constitution.
Brother Soldier currently resides in New Jersey.