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Brown Death / Harlem Farewell #847868

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Dec 28, 2006
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(New York: Carol Costello) The "royal funeral" in Harlem, New York City, for singer James Brown featured; scenes shown of the body on display at the Apollo Theater, where he made his debut in 1956. [Rev. Al SHARPTON, five MOURNERS - speak about Brown.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Brown as an innovator in the music world featured; performance scenes shown. ["Rolling Stone" editor Joe LEVY†- talks about Brown's music & rhythm; lists the performers he influenced.] ["Wall Street Journal" music critic Christopher John FARLEY - says Brown provided a soundtrack for the civil right era & uplifted the black community.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Costello, Carol

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