Al Abrams is the legendary non-conforming and youthful press agent who represented two major record labels and other notable entertainers and artistic personalities during a music revolution that forever changed global dance floors.
Crossover music became a civil rights movement toward diversity. Teenagers defied decades of black and white lines that separated people. Colorful dance floor attire made fashion statements as skin tone separations faded while
the music played.
Abrams was eighteen-years-old when he arrived at Motown Records.
Abrams Music Book Trilogy
HYPE & SOUL: BEHIND THE SCENES AT MOTOWN (Published, 2011)
H&S is must-have for every music book collector’s shelf. It is
a glossy hard-cover coffee table book published in 2011. Only one collector H&S edition available.
SELLING my SOUL: THE GOSPEL TRUTH (TBP Fall 2018)
Selling my Soul is a limited collectible paperback book that introduces press releases, media, stories and photographs that punctuates the importance of Motown and Stax. This book is accompanied by a signed book mark and beautiful
Motown photograph suitable for framing. This book is now available for pre-order. Free shipping within the Continental USA.
Available after March 15, 2019. (Publishing error.)
TELL ME IT’S JUST A RUMOR BERRY (TBP 2019)
HIGHonSOUL is a limited collectible glossy hard-cover coffee table book to be published late 2019. More information to be posted.