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Somewhere In Advance Of NowhereBy Jayne CortezHigh Risk Books (1997)
Singer and vocalist Cortez book of poetry.  Jayne Cortez's Blues speak of a poet who knows where she is coming from and where she is going - an...
Street and Gangland RhythmsBeats And Improvisations By Six Boys In Trouble (1959)Smithsonian Folkways
Street percussion, drumming, songs and chants recorded in New York in 1959 by a group of street kids. Kind of like a prototype Haryou Percussion Group...
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...
Movement SoulMovement Soul Vol. 2Smithsonian Folkways
Excellent album featuring documentary commentary ( mainly from radio broadcasts) on lots of black political subjects ( such as Black Pilots in the US air...
WNEW's Story of SelmaWNEW's Story of SelmaSmithsonian Folkways
Conversations and songs with folk singer Pete Seeger, Len Chandler and the Freedom Voices
Angela DavisAngela Davis Speaks (1971)Smithsonian Folkways
Radical Black Panther and black communist speaks out! Fascinating stuff including inteviews about and around the radical poet.
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.
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!!!
Langston HughesThe Dream Keeper And Other Poems (1955)Smithsonian Folkways
Excellent collection of poems and narration from Langston Hughes! Recommended!