Tag: Black History Month
A fine slab of Memphis soul from a brilliant but doomed singer.
Take a moment and listen to the voice of one of the greats….
The final single from Scottish band Long Fin Killie was one helluva note to step out on.
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Wonderful footage of one of the last performances from “the best black, gay, one-eyed junkie piano genius New Orleans ever produced.”
Beforeshe became a disco and R&B star in the late 1970s, Thelma Houston released a handful of underrated records for the short-lived Motown subsidiary MoWest. This is one of her fantastic but obscure singles from that era.
The unlikeliest candidate for releasing a hit single did just that in 1974, resulting in a one-and-done R&B smash hit that was easily one of the best songs of the decade.
A fantastic and touching blues number from one of the finest Texas bluesmen ever, taken from a fantastic and essential documentary from 1968.
Today we’re excited to share with you a beautiful, Pulitzer Prize winning composition from classical composer George Walker, the first African-American recipient of the prize.
For Black History Month, we’re paying tribute to the fantastic artists and entertainers who have enriched our culture. The two songs that concluded Ella Fitzgerald’s Berlin concert in 1960 almost single-handedly highlight why she was one of the greatest jazz vocalists of the 20th Century.