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I can relate to that, I was one of like five Asian people in my schools until I moved to New York City when I was 18. You pretty much experience racism on a daily basis in one form or another.
I totally did, too. I don’t talk about it much now, but I think for the white kids I was ‘too black,’ plus I was very in-tune with my Caribbean side. My mom is from the Caribbean and my dad is British. I have two very “woke” parents basically and my views were similar. I don’t think everyone liked that in high school. Then when I moved to Birmingham, they always said I was too much like a ‘white girl.’ So I was very confused but it all helped me grow as a person.

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The band's second album, The Book of Taliesyn , was quickly recorded, then released in North America in October 1968 to coincide with the tour. The album included a cover of Neil Diamond 's " Kentucky Woman ", which cracked the Top 40 in both the US (#38 on the Billboard charts) and Canada (#21 on the RPM charts), [33] [34] though sales for the album were not as strong (#54 in US, #48 in Canada). [35] [36] The Book of Taliesyn would not be released in the band's home country until the following year and, like its predecessor, it failed to have much impact in the UK charts. Early in 1969, the band recorded a single called "Emmaretta", named after Emmaretta Marks, then a cast member of the musical Hair , whom Evans was trying to seduce. [37] By March of that year, the band had completed recording for their third album, Deep Purple . The album contained strings and woodwind on one track ("April"), showcasing Lord's classical antecedents such as Bach and Rimsky-Korsakov , and several other influences were in evidence, notably Vanilla Fudge . (Lord and Blackmore had even claimed the group wanted to be a "Vanilla Fudge clone".) [38] This would be the last recording by the original line-up.

Well, we’re here to tell you that’s almost certainly a big red herring. And Rax’s presence, and the hints at his involvement in birthing the First Order, are meant to distract you from the real clues in the book.

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