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Brett Jolly's Daily Thought ("The Martin Luther King holiday")

Each year I like to check out the atmosphere of the Dr. Martin Luther King holiday spirit. For those who are unaware, Dr. King believed in non violent protests to end discrimination. 334 more words

Blu Review: Vinegar Syndrome's Taboo II and III (Kirdy Stevens)

“She’s on fire (long pause)…she can’t deny her (long pause)…deepest desire,” or so goes the ingenious lyriced, saxophone and keyboard ditty contributed by one Leon Felburg… 939 more words

Third Eye Cinema Podcast

Somewhere In Space I Hang Suspended

Last night, I was putting together a playlist of  R&B songs from 1977 that I found in this article from allmusic.com, when I noticed that one particular tune from that year wasn’t included. 555 more words


Let It Be Me

“Let It Be Me” was written and originally recorded by Gilbert Bécaud as “Je t’appartiens,”with French lyrics by Pierre Delanoë. Manny Curtis penned the English lyrics, harmonized by… 49 more words


Soul Man On Ice (Jerry Butler)

In the mid-1950s in Cabrini-Green on the North side of Chicago 2 school friends, part of the Northern Jubilee Gospel Singers, were looking to get serious about their music. 1,034 more words