Tag: Black Love
3AM Eternal: Ray Charles “Lift Every Voice And Sing” (1972)
We close out this month’s theme with Ray Charles’ rousing take on the Black National Anthem, and a few thoughts on the past month’s selections.
3AM Eternal: Fishbone Live In Tokyo, 1992
Still trying to fight the cold? How’s about ninety minutes of red hot vintage Fishbone? You’re welcome
3AM Eternal: Fela Kuti & Africa 70 Live In Berlin (1978)
An hour and a half of vintage Fela Kuti in his prime, featuring stunning music and some wisdom for the ages.
3AM Eternal: The Veldt “The Cradle Will Fall” (1992)
A fine song from America’s first African-American Shoegazers, the excellent (and recently reunited) Veldt!
3AM Eternal: Mahalia Jackson In Concert, Hamburg, 1961
Start your Sunday off right, with a concert from one of America’s finest Gospel singers.
3AM Eternal: Thelonious Monk–Live Solo, 1969
A performance by a master doing what he does best.
3AM Eternal: Redd Foxx: Jokes I Can’t Tell On Television (1969)
Let’s get a little blue for the weekend, shall we?
3AM Eternal: The Duke of Iron “Creole Gal” (1955)
It’s cold outside, so why not melt your frozen heart with a warm island song?
3AM Eternal: The Bodysnatchers “Let’s Do Rocksteady” (1980)
All-girl multiculti ska fun from 1980!
3AM Eternal: Modern Jazz Quartet: Space (1969)
Jazz legend’s second album for Apple Records is a trippy, mellow journey into space.