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It's Time to Check Out The Internet

Last week my little (figuratively speaking) brother (actually just younger for he’s not so little anymore) asked me if I heard the latest The Internet album. 707 more words


Bill Withers - Who Is He (And What Is He to You) (Sussex Records)

‘Lean On Me’, ‘Ain’t No Sunshine’, ‘Lovely Day’, ‘Use Me’, ‘Just The Two Of Us’ (which he recorded with the late Grover Washington, Jr. )… As many classics led by… 72 more words


Soul On Ice - Me'Shell NdegéOcello

Picture Credits Thumbnail: By Fermatta Escuela de Música (Meshell Ndegeocello), CC BY 2.0 via Flickr

hip hop and the white man’s world
goin’ into niggafide future shock…

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Jazz fest concert review: My Brightest Diamond, June 27 at Club Soda

You know you’re doing something right when you have Me’Shell Ndégéocello sitting in with you on bass. Shara Worden, aka My Brightest Diamond, was doing everything right, Saturday night at Club Soda as part of the Montreal International Jazz Festival. 549 more words


Meshell Ndegeocello may arguably be one of the most uncompromising, most original and most talented contemporary artist around, as she’s been credited as sparking the “neo-soul” movement with a sound that draws from hip-hop, rock, soul, funk, reggae and jazz in a genre-blending fashion, as you’ll hear on “If That’s Your Boyfriend, He Wasn’t Last Night,” which is probably Ndegeocello’s most swaggering, seductive song she’s released. 38 more words


Slave To The Rhythm was my invitation to the beauty of interpretation, the power of production and the importance of a clear vision. It’s a fully formed idea, from its musical and sonic approach to the powerful imagery.

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What's Your Name? (part 4)

Time to wrap up the girl-name song alphabet. Got  A through E and F-J back in March and just posted K through R. I now present S, T, V, W, and Y. 1,040 more words

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