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Blues in The Bible pt 1

Published By: Lamont Jack Pearley “Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.” Blues in the Bible is a series that examines and looks to raise awareness of the lineage of the Blues that dates back to ancient Kemet, Babylon, Hebrew Isrealites and…

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Jamal Joseph and the Legacy of The Black Panthers – RACE+FILM+MUSIC

Published By: Lamont Jack Pearley Jack Dappa Blues Heritage Preservation Foundation presents the series “Race + Film + Music”. On this pilot episode I speak with Activist, Professor, Writer and Mentor Jamal Joseph about his legacy as a Black Panther, the Blues of fighting for African American Liberation and his journey to becoming a true leader and role model to today’s youth. Race + Film + Music is a Public broadcast series ocusing on issues relevant to the African-American community, produced and aired on Jack Dappa Blues Radio & TV.

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Amiri Barak – Episode 2 African American Folklorists, Writers and The Blues

Published By: Lamont Jack Pearley Talking Bout The Blues Video series African American Folklorist, Writers and the Blues. This series highlights African American writers, folklorists, ethnologist, composers and playwriters, that documented, described and flat out canvased the Black experience through their works, connecting the dots between the Blues, Spirituals, Work songs, Prison songs and the social and economic climate of Blacks in America. This episode Highlights the works of Leroi Jones aka Amiri Baraka. Writer, Activist, Folklorist, Culture Critic, Playwriter and Author of the legendary literature Blues People which like…

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Zora Neale Hurston – Episode 3 African American Folklorists, Writers and the Blues

Published By Lamont Jack Pearley Talking Bout The Blues Video series African American Folklorist, Writers and the Blues. This series highlights African American writers, folklorists, ethnologist, composers and playwriters, that documented, described and flat out canvased the Black experience through their works, connecting the dots between the Blues, Spirituals, Work songs, Prison songs and the social and economic climate of Blacks in America. This Episode Highlights the life and works of Writer, Ethnologist and Folklorist Zora Neale Hurston. A stable of the South, a friend and colleague of Langston Hughes,…

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John Wesley Work III – Episode 1 African American Folklorists, Writers and The Blues

Published by Lamont Jack Pearley   Talking Bout The Blues Video series African American Folklorist, Writers and the Blues. This series highlights African American writers, folklorists, ethnologist, composers and playwriters, that documented, described and flat out canvased the Black experience through their works, connecting the dots between the Blues, Spirituals, Work songs, Prison songs and the social and economic climate of Blacks in America. This Episode Highlights the works and compositions of the Composer, professor and Folklorist John Wesley Work III Pictures and Video Courtesy the Library of Congress Video…

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Joshua2 and the Pentecostal Blues

Published By Lamont Jack Pearley Talking Bout The Blues Featured Artist Series Highlights Joshua2 and the Blues Project- Pentecostal Blues. Joshua2 presents The Blues Project: “Pentecostal Blues Concert” to Harlem. A musical performance that celebrates the history and continuing relevance of original blues through Joshua2’s signature style call “Pentecostal Blues.” The Blues Project: precipitates a blend of authentic gospel, folk, low-down country, blues and R&B/Soul and conveys a message of unity by bringing people from diverse backgrounds to interact, bond, come together as one and have an amazing time through…

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Shelton Powe Performs Catfish Blues @ 2016 Chicken Raid

Published By Lamont Jack Pearley Shelton plays in the Piedmont finger-style guitar tradition of his parents and elders. The Chicken Raid is an annual music festival held at the NORTHSIDE TAVERN to honor the late beloved Atlanta bluesman Mr. Frank Edwards. Video Recorded by Marie Wilson

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Guy Davis – Talking Bout The Blues With Ep 2

Published By Lamont Jack Pearley “Talking Bout The Blues With” is a documentary series which presents the Oral history of The Blues and African American history told by the Bluesman themselves. On this Episode, Guy Davis – Double K in Beat street, and son of Legendary Actors/Directors/ Activists Ossie Davis and Ruby – discusses the History of the Blues as it relates to The African American Experience. Shot on Location at The New Amsterdam Musical Association If you Like what you see, please donate to Talking Bout The Blues. Producer/Creator…

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Leo Bud Welch and Vencie Varnado Ep 1 “Talking Bout The Blues with”

Published By Lamont Jack Pearley “Talking Bout The Blues With” is a documentary series which presents the Oral history of The Blues and African American history told by the Bluesman themselves. Please enjoy our Pilot Episode Featuring The 83 year old Bluesman Leo Bud Welch and Vencie Varnado as the talk Leo’s humble beginnings in Mississippi, how he’s a different Blues Musician than BB King, Howlin Wolf and Muddy Waters, along with his Preservation of the Delta Blues and how it relates to Chicago Blues. Shot on location at The…

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