How They Got Over.
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[San Francisco, California, USA] : First Run Features, 2020., Kanopy Streaming, 2022.
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English

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Ira Tucker, Isaac Freeman, Jerry Zolten, JoJo wallace, Otis Clay, Rosetta Tharpe, the Davis Sisters
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Originally produced by First Run Features in 2020.
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HOW THEY GOT OVER celebrates the spirit of gospel performers and how they helped usher in a musical revolution that changed the world forever. Beginning in the 1920s, Black singers across the country took to the highways as the new technology of radio and records made it possible to reach a wider audience. Intense competition brought new ways to entertain, first with guitars, later with full bands, then with a performance style that would inspire Mick Jagger and a host of other rock and rollers. Their music was infectious, wrecking many a house on the chittlin’ circuit, then graduating to the Apollo and other major auditoriums across the country. The success of gospel quartets inspired record labels to form “doo-wop” groups that enticed gospel singers like Sam Cooke, Lou Rawls and Wilson Pickett to cross over to greater fame. HOW THEY GOT OVER features classic performance footage of the Soul Stirrers, Dixie Hummingbirds, Blind Boys of Alabama and Mississippi, Sensational Nightingales, Mighty Clouds of Joy, the Davis Sisters, Sister Rosetta Tharpe and many more. Some of the greatest names in quartet music are interviewed in the film, giving vivid accounts of how they “got over” in their performances: shouting, bending over backwards, dancing, and jumping off the stage.. Beginning in the 1920s, Black singers across the country took to the highways as the new technology of radio and records made it possible to reach a wider audience. Intense competition brought new ways to entertain, first with guitars, later with full bands, then with a performance style that would inspire Mick Jagger and a host of other rock and rollers. Their music was infectious, wrecking many a house on the chittlin’ circuit, then graduating to the Apollo and other major auditoriums across the country. The success of gospel quartets inspired record labels to form “doo-wop” groups that enticed gospel singers like Sam Cooke, Lou Rawls and Wilson Pickett to cross over to greater fame. HOW THEY GOT OVER features classic performance footage of the Soul Stirrers, Dixie Hummingbirds, Blind Boys of Alabama and Mississippi, Sensational Nightingales, Mighty Clouds of Joy, the Davis Sisters, Sister Rosetta Tharpe and many more. Some of the greatest names in quartet music are interviewed in the film, giving vivid accounts of how they “got over” in their performances: shouting, bending over backwards, dancing, and jumping off the stage.
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Mode of access: World Wide Web.

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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Clem, R., Tucker, I., Freeman, I., Zolten, J., wallace, J., Clay, O., Tharpe, R., & Davis Sisters, t. (2020). How They Got Over . First Run Features.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

Robert, Clem et al.. 2020. How They Got Over. First Run Features.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities (Notes and Bibliography) Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

Robert, Clem et al.. How They Got Over First Run Features, 2020.

MLA Citation, 9th Edition (style guide)

Clem, Robert,, et al. How They Got Over First Run Features, 2020.

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