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Brown Death / Sharpton Interview #854500

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Dec 30, 2006
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[Musician M.C. HAMMER†- describes the late singer James Brown’s influence on him.]

(Studio: Carol Lin) The memorial for Brown in Augusta, Georgia, noted.

(Augusta, Georgia: Sibila Vargas) Earlier interview held with Brown’s friend, Rev. Al Sharpton. [SHARPTON – comments on his relationship with Brown; says Brown knew how to live in his personal space and be the public guy to uplift the world; notes his impact on the black community; comments on what he would think of the public reaction to his death.]

Reporter(s):
Lin, Carol;
Vargas, Sibila
Duration:
00:04:30

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