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The Temptations - Papa Was A Rolling Stone

The Temptations - Papa Was A Rolling Stone
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la lutte pour les droits civiques des Noirs Américains. * Sur L'Histgeobox: - Sagbohan Danialou: "Commerce triangulaire". Le chanteur béninois interprète une émouvante chanson sur la traite négrière. - 2 J.B. - 3 Billie Holiday:"Strange fruit". - 9. - 15. - 16. - 17 Betty Fikes:"Back of the bus". - 19. - 23. - 24. - 27. - 33. - 73. - 71. -70. - 69. - 65. Foule raciste protestant contre l'inégration de quelques élèves noirs à Little Rock (Arkansas) en 1957. - 42. - 41. - 40: Earl Sixteen: "Malcom X". - 39. - 37. Le "dimanche sanglant" de Selma, en 1965. - 48. - 87. - 94. - 101. - 107. - 111. - 113. - Bob Dylan: "Only a pawn in their game". - 126. Le chef de police Laurie Prichett fait face à Martin Luther King à Albany en 1961. - Neil Young: "Alabama". - MC5: "Motor city is burning". - Bob Dylan: "George Jackson". - Louis Armstrong: "Go down Moses". - Joan Baez: "Birmingham sunday". - Simon and Garfunkel: "7 o'clock silent night". - Burning Spear: "Marcus Garvey". * Sur Lire-Ecouter-Voir: - La musique au temps des Black Panthers. * Photographies.

Sister Rosetta Tharpe Sister Rosetta Tharpe (March 20, 1915 – October 9, 1973) was an American singer, songwriter, guitarist and recording artist. A pioneer of mid-20th-century music, she attained popularity in the 1930s and 1940s with her gospel recordings, characterized by a unique mixture of spiritual lyrics and rhythmic accompaniment that was a precursor of rock and roll. She was the first great recording star of gospel music and among the first gospel musicians to appeal to rhythm-and-blues and rock-and-roll audiences, later being referred to as "the original soul sister" and "the godmother of rock and roll".[1][3][4][5][6] She influenced early rock-and-roll musicians, including Little Richard, Johnny Cash, Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley and Jerry Lee Lewis.[5][7][8] Childhood and early career[edit] Most sources state that she was born Rosetta Nubin in Cotton Plant, Arkansas, to Katie Bell Nubin and Willis Atkins, who were cotton pickers. Recording career[edit] Later life and death[edit] Discography[edit]

Irish traditional and celtic music from liffey records, the sound of Ireland. Shop here for the Wolfetones, High Kings, Celtic Woman, Dubliners and more. R&B, Soul, Funk, and Social Consciousness | African-American Images As the 50s became the 60s, African-American musicians who worked in R&B and Soul struggled to break out of the Chittlin’ Circuit, that small network of African-American clubs and theaters that spanned the South and the urban North. While some musicians found great success others saw their success “taken” from them by white performers. The 1960s also saw the rise of Black-owned media and the increasing centrality of social consciousness to African-American music. A good place to start this discussion will be to look at the differences between Northern and Southern music. Compare this with Otis Redding’s version. We can see the differences between Stax and Motown when we look at what happens when a Motown artist covered Otis Redding. Southern artists also covered northern artists. Sam Cooke shared a gospel-inspired aesthetic and social consciousness with another Chicago performer, Curtis Mayfield. Last week we looked at the appropriation of Rock & Roll by white performers. Jazz Like this:

Rosetta Tharpe Sister Rosetta Tharpe est une chanteuse, musicienne, auteur-compositrice et guitariste de gospel et de blues afro-américaine, née Rosetta Nubin le 20 mars 1915 à Cotton Plant (Arkansas) et morte le 9 octobre 1973 à Philadelphie (Pennsylvanie). Surnommée la « Godmother of rock ‘n’ roll » (la marraine du rock ‘n’ roll), ayant joué un rôle prépondérant dans la création du rock 'n' roll, Rosetta Tharpe est la première à mêler au gospel et au blues des rythmes rock. Excellente guitariste, elle est la première à accompagner le gospel à la guitare électrique. Elle a influencé Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley, Little Richard et Johnny Cash. Biographie[modifier | modifier le code] Rosetta Tharpe est née le 20 mars 1915 à Cotton Plant (Arkansas) [1]. Dans les années 1920, Katie Bell Nubin et sa fille s'installent à Chicago et continuent à participer aux concerts religieux de la COGIC. Carrière[modifier | modifier le code] Elle épouse Russell Morrison le 3 juillet 1951[3]. Gospel blues

Jazz Discography Project The Protest Movement: The 10 Best Political Protest Songs of the 70s This 1978 single by The Clash, also appeared on US versions of their 1977 debut album (which wasn't released in the States until 1979). This is just one of many socially conscious protest songs by The Clash that could of been considered for this list. The Band was also involved with the UK "Rock Against Racism" protest movement, and their feelings towards racism was heavily reflected in their music. "(White Man) In Hammersmith Palais" tackles many weighty issues such as anti-violence, race relations & wealth distribution. The song also protests the mainstreaming of punk rock: "Turning rebellion into money" and it takes aim at the social decline in the UK: "If Adolf Hitler flew in today, they'd send a limousine anyway." For a 4 minute song it really does cover a lot of ground.

10 queer rappers you should be listening to instead of Eminem In recent weeks, critics have rightly lambasted Eminem for the homophobic content of his latest album, “Marshall Mathers LP 2.” The rapper has been criticized in the past for continuing to using the word “faggot” in his music, and on the recently released “Rap God,” he also uses “gay-looking” as an insult. However, Slim Shady defended himself last week in an interview with Rolling Stone, in which he states that those words mean something different to him. “Gay” doesn’t denote “homosexual;” he claims it’s more like “calling someone a bitch or a punk or asshole.” So instead of giving him more attention, here’s another solution: Stop listening to him. Angel Haze At just 22, Angel Haze has already released six mixtapes, recording since the age of 18. Recommended Track: “Cleaning Out My Closet,” an Eminem cover that vastly improves on the original by queering up the joint. Azealia Banks Claiming she’s the “female Kanye West,” Azealia Banks is just as outspoken as she is talented. Big Dipper Le1f

Magazine Right On! Classic Political Hard Soul-Funk Albums, Singles & LP-Tracks Sly & The Family Stone There's a Riot Goin' On (1971) Simply the greatest single album I have ever heard. This is Sly Stone's magnum opus, and it's straight out off a cocaine-induced hell of paranoia. Muddy sounds, warped lyrics, eerie guitars, droning organs, sinister bass, and that unforgettable tired, tired voice. This is as raw as an exposed nerve... The stage is set with the sardonic "Luv & Haight", a messy mixture of rumbling basslines, fatback drums, hints of brass and a world weary Sly Stone proclaiming he feels so good, he doesn't need to move. The pace slows down considerably with the drug hazed, ultra paranoid future blues of "Just Like a Baby", on which Sly and his buddy Bobby Womack moan, weep and testify while a plodding bass and spooky Hammond organ unnervingly carry on behind them. Before you know it, you feel like you've been dumped at an abandoned station where a tired, beaten up locomotive is trying to gather up momentum. "Time" is where it all collapses...

Les Paul Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Biographie[modifier | modifier le code] Débuts[modifier | modifier le code] Avant que Lester William Polsfuss adopte « Les Paul » comme nom d'artiste, sa propre mère l'appelait simplement « Polsfuss ». Vers l'âge de douze ans, après une brève tentative pour apprendre à jouer du banjo, il commence la guitare sur un instrument acheté d'occasion pour 5 dollars, avec l'argent qu'il a gagné en triant des pommes de terre. De St-Louis à New York[modifier | modifier le code] « La bûche »[modifier | modifier le code] Vers la fin des années 1930, Les Paul n'est pas très satisfait des guitares électriques alors disponibles. Magnétophone multipiste[modifier | modifier le code] Les Paul, janvier 1947 (photo : William P. En 1943, Les Paul décide soudainement de quitter New York pour s'installer à Los Angeles, où il forme un nouveau trio. En 1948, il est victime d'un grave accident de la route. Duo avec Mary Ford[modifier | modifier le code]

La lutte pour les droits civiques en musique (1955-1964). De nombreux titres de soul, folk chroniquent à leur manière les grandes étapes de la lutte pour les droits civiques. Revenons dans cet article sur la période 1955-1964. Rosa Parks. * Le 1er décembre 1955, une militante de la NAACP, Rosa Parks, est arrêtée à Montgomery (Alabama), parce qu’elle a refusé de laisser sa place à un Blanc dans un bus. Un car transportant des "marcheurs de la liberté" est arrêté et incendié par une foule blanche sudiste. James Meredith escorté pour se rendre en cours. - En 1962, la Cour suprême ordonne que James Meredith, un étudiant noir, soit admis à l’université du Mississippi, ce qui n’avez jamais été le cas jusque là. - Le 3 avril 1963, la SCLC lance un puissant mouvement de protestation à Birmmingham (Alabama) contre la politique de ségrégation de la ville. « They will tell their lying stories Send their dogs to bite our bodies They will lock us into prison Carry it on, carry it on, carry it on.” MLK eet Joan Baez en pleine discussion.