In 1973, Bill Stokes set out to produce a film about the rise of Atlanta, Ga after it was burned in 1864. This film was supposed to highlight the contributions made by the Atlanta underworld during the rebuilding of the city from 1864 until 1973. The Burning of Atlanta album was recorded to be the soundtrack for this film. This lens gives the details of who and how the Burning of Atlanta album was created. The album is a 70s funk music classic!

Edited by Laugh2Love2Live on 14 Jun 2010, 18:44

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