Commentary - Judson Powell (2) - Songs The Black People Sang (Vinyl, LP)

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Label: Activity Records, Inc. - AR-525 • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk


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  1. Dec 20,  · LP: Songs The Black People Sang Label: Activity Records Cat. #: AR Year: A1: Negro National Anthem (First Stanza) [John Rosamond Johnson/James Weldon Johnson] A2: Commentary A3: Nobody.
  2. Explore releases from the Activity Records, Inc. label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for Activity Records, Inc. releases.
  3. The soundbites on this record include chilling voices on repression and glimmering assertions of resistance. The Vinyl Project collective hopes these sounds will pollinate your beats, noise, melodies and community. This project was made possible in part by funding from the People's Life Fund & the Agape Foundation.4/5(5).
  4. Nov 24,  · The Black People Song Lyrics: This song is dedicated to a certain kind of people. Which just so happens to be my favorite kind of people / You know the ones that you know, when you’re.
  5. One Black People: A2 – African Youth: Channel One: A3 – D.J. Scarpio: Dreadlock Curls: A4 – Highlites Sons Of Jah* Freedom Of Movements Written-By – M. Dwyer* A5 – Culture: This Train: B1 – Mighty Threes: One Black People Part 2: B2 – African Youth: Channel One Part 2: B3 – D.J. Scarpio: Dreadlock Curls Part 2: B4 – Highlites /5(7).
  6. It is necessary to hear people sing and play their own music to gain its real feeling. The world's music is a lateral history, for music in every stage of development exists somewhere today. There are still primitive tribes whose culture has not gone beyond that of peoples of ten thousand years ago; their music is very like that which must have.
  7. Notes: The Ten Trombones album was originally released in as a vinyl LP. it was re-released in as part of a 'twofer' CD with Rugolo's anthology Percussion at Work. "The vinyl LP originally came "in a gatefold jacket. There's an incredible amount of information about the music, artist and the recording itself.
  8. Black Power: Music of a Revolution is a solid collection of soul and funk interspersed with choice spoken word excerpts from the civil rights and black power struggles of the s, beginning with the voice of Huey Newton articulating the demands of the Black Panther Party, which opens onto both parts of Marvin Gaye's astonishing "You're the Man." And we're off.

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