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26 February 2021

Down to Now

 

 Last history lesson from the Last Poets.


 

The Black Panther Party & Black Lives Matter are American history. Let us ponder on the lessons we can learn by examining the systemic injustice meted out against them by the racist power elite.

 

This is the music of Black lives. Listen & learn. We can overcome if we stand strong & proud...if we raise our voices in song united.

Various - Black & Proud Vol. 1, Trikont US-0302, 2002.
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Heritage of a Black Man - Sam Dees
Panther - Last Poets
Right On - Son of Slum
Brand New Day - Staple Singers
Get Involved - George Soule
Be Black - Grady Tate
The Revolution Will Not Be Televised - Gil Scott-Heron
Message from a Black Man - Derrick Harriott
You're the Man - Marvin Gaye
Tell it Like it Is - S.O.U.L.
Black Wish - Last Poets
James Brown - Ghetto Reality (Nancy Dupree)
Ghetto Child - Curtis Mayfield
Let My People Go - Darongo
All Hid - Camille Yarbrough
Swee Sweetback's Baadass Song / Won't Bleed Me - Melvin Van Peebles
Stand Up & Be Counted - Getto Kitty
Do You Remember Malcolm - Miriam & Mbongi Makeba

 



Various - Black & Proud Vol. 2, Trikont US-0306, 2005.

I'm Talkin 'Bout Freedom - Syl Johnson
Who'll Pay Reparations on My Soul - Gil Scott-Heron
Malcolm X - Earl Sixteen
There's Something Wrong with This Picture - Galactic
2000 Years - Cipher Jewels
Walk Tall - Cannonball Adderley
Black Seeds - The Main Ingredient
Brown Baby - Derrick Harriott
Sounds of Black - The Sounds of Black
Blackenized - Hank Ballard
What We Need - Wendell Harrison & Phil Ranelin
Respect Yourself - Staple Singers
Don't You Know You're Wrong, Brother - Walter Heath
Wake Up - Larry Williams
I Wish I Knew (How it Would Feel to be Free) - Marlena Shaw
Lady Day & John Coltrane - Gil Scott-Heron
Down to Now - Last Poets featuring Chuck D
Reluctant Warrior - Assata Shakur featuring Asian Dub Foundation

Enjoy,

4 comments:

  1. Vol. 1
    https://mega.nz/file/gTAgxDBQ
    JK99j98-KakkntaCgWKxyxF-gBCjrhAIYNoLbj1p_40
    Vol. 2
    4XaNKMuB8hjH1x-PpEDlH1vGcgmeqVsOWxq-PS5hZ64

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  2. These comps are great! Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Thank you for the comment. I've been bust getting Black History Month musick together, but when I'm just writing or formatting or just waiting on the ole PC, I've had these two comps playing on regular rotation. Been enjoying them immensely myself. Have a great day.

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    2. You've been posting a lot of great stuff for Black History Month. I've also been enjoying the "Voodoo Soul" comp you posted last weekend. It's a nice introduction to New Orleans-style soul music!

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