Flyboy in the Buttermilk by Greg Tate
From one of the most original, creative, and provocative culture critics comes an eye-opening collection of essays and tales about American music and culture.
Under the guise of writing about a single subject, Greg Tate’s essays in Flyboy in the Buttermilk branch out from his usual and explore social, political, and economic subjects.
Taking on a wide diversity of subjects from irony of the GOP recruiting Blacks to the crisis of the Black intellectual and the music Miles Davis, James Brown, and many others, Tate writes in a brave and distinctive voice that is angry, joyous, anxious, and funny.
In every piece of this collection, Tate offers informed insight into where America is going and why.