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    Sarah Webster FabioJujus - Alchemy of the Blues (1976)Smithsonian Folkways
    Super-tough funky, funky, funky female proto-rap poetry from Sarah Webster Fabio. Killer! Armed with an incredible rhythm section this album is a classic...
    • Sarah Webster Fabio – Sweet songs
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    Sarah Webster FabioBoss Soul: 12 Poems by Sarah Webster Fabio (1972)Smithsonian Folkways
    Tough, tough, tough proto-female rap featuring raw percussion and super-funky accompaniment. This is like Gil Scott Heron's '125th and Lennox' album meets...
    • Sarah Webster Fabio – Work it out
    • Sarah Webster Fabio – Glimpses
    We Shall Overcome:Documentary of the March on Washington (1963)Smithsonian Folkways
    Audio Documentary featuring  Joan Baez, Martin Luther King, President Kennedy, Odetta, Bob Dylan and more. Features Martin Luther King's famous...
    • We Shall Overcome: – We Shall Overcome!
    Nancy DupreeGhetto Reality (1969)Smithsonian Folkways
    Black poet Nancy Dupree accompanied by a group of young kids. Songs include tributes to, amongst others, James Brown.
    • Nancy Dupree – James Brown
    Sarah Webster FabioSoul Ain't Soul Is: Poems by Sarah Webster Fabio (1973)Smithsonian Folkways
    Sarah Webster's black poetry. Some tracks feature conga accompaniment in a Gil Scott Heron/Last Poets stylee! HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!
    • Sarah Webster Fabio – Soul ain't: soul is
    Langston HughesThe Voice Of Langston HughesSmithsonian Folkways
    Includes the classic "I've Known Rivers", later recorded by Gary Bartz ("The Negro Speaks Of Rivers")
    • Langston Hughes – The negro speaks of rivers
    Sarah Webster FabioTogether To The Tune Of Coltrane's Equinox (1977)Smithsonian Folkways
    Sarah Webster Fabio raps her poetry over some funky tunes and deep jazz (such as Coltrane's "Equinox"). Recommended.
    • Sarah Webster Fabio – Eclipse
    Langston HughesLangston Hughes' Jericho - Jim Crow (1964)Smithsonian Folkways
    Performance by Langston Hughes.
    • Langston Hughes – Jericho-Jim Crow (Part I)
    Langston HughesThe Story Of Jazz: The First Album Of Jazz For Children (1954)Smithsonian Folkways
    Langston Hughes narrates the history and evolution of Jazz in the USA. Classic recording.
    • Langston Hughes – The Beginnings/Blues