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Tags: "Mercy Mercy Mercy", African Americans, Black Women, Blacks, Buckinghams, Cannonball Adderley, Club DeLisa, Electric Piano, Fusion, Jazz, Jazz Fusion, Joe Zawinul, Julian "Cannonball" Adderley, Julian Edwin Adderley, Mercy, Miles Davis, New York, Ray Charles, Roy McCurdy, The Seventies, The Sixties, United States, Wayne Shorter, Wurlitzer Electric Piano
Posted in Art, Black People, Celebrities/Royals, Class, Cultural History, Health, Joni Mitchell, Joni Mitchell, Love, Music, Race, Sexuality, Television, The Mainstream Media (MSM), The Rest of the World, Women
Tags: "Free Man in Paris", African Americans, Alanis Morissette, Album Covers, Ambrose Akinmusire, Art, Artist, Big Sleep, Blacks, Brian Blade, Canada, Canadians, Chuck Mitchell, Don Alias, Folk Music, Growing Up, Humphrey Bogart, Jann Wenner, Jian Ghomeshi, Joni, Joni Mitchell, Los Angeles, Luminato, Mark Gaillard, Marvin Gaye, Residents, Roberta Anderson, Slim Gaillard, The Seventies, The Sixties
Posted in African American History, Black People, Cancer, Celebrities/Royals, Class, Cultural History, Music, The Spinners
Tags: African Americans, Aretha Franklin, Atlantic Records, Berry Gordy, Blacks, Bobbie Smith, Bobby Smith, Cancer, Detroit, Detroit MI, Ferndale MI, G.C. Cameron, Growing Up, Henry Fambrough, Lead Singer, Lung Cancer, Motown, Oldies, Orlando FL, Pervis Jackson, Philippé Wynne, Smith, Soul Train Music Cruise, Spinner, Stevie Wonder, The Motor City, The Seventies, The Sixties, Thom Bell
Posted in African American History, Black Expatriates, Black People, Celebrities/Royals, Children's Shows, Class, Cultural History, Eartha Kitt, Education, Love, People of Color, Race, Television, Women
Tags: "Batman", "Family Guy", Adam West, Bluewater Production, Catsuit, Catwoman, Comic Books, Comics, ComiXology, Dirk Benedict, Eartha Kitt, Emperor's New School, Julie Newmar, Marc B. Shapiro, New York Times, Orson Welles, Pop Culture, The Sixties, Yzma
Posted in African American History, Black People, Celebrities/Royals, Class, Cultural History, Daily AM/PM Talk Shows, Love, Otis Redding, Suicide, Television, The Mainstream Media (MSM), Wisconsin
Tags: "(Sitting On} The Dock of the Bay", 45th Anniversary, African Americans, Anniversary, Bay, Blacks, Death, Dock of the Bay, Donald "Duck" Dunn, Eric Clapton, Fillmore, Growing Up, Jimi Hendrix, Lake Monona, Madison, Madison WI, Monterey Pop Festival, Otis, Otis Redding, San Francisco, Steve Cropper, Summer of Love, The Bar Kays, The Mar-Kays, The Sixties, United States, Wisconsin
Posted in American History, Class, Cultural History, Democrats, Love, Music, Obama Administration, People of Color, Sexuality, Sly and The Family Stone, Spirituality, Stevie Wonder, Television, The Economy, Women
Tags: "Fulfillingness First Finale", "I Want to Take You Higher", American Politics, Cynthia Robinson, Everyday People, Gospel, Gospel Extension, Gospel Music, Jerry Martini, Love, Politics, Self-Respect, Self-Worth, Simple Song, Sly, Sly & The Family Stone, Sly Stone, Standing Up, Struggle, The 2012 Presidential Campaign, The Democratic National Convention 2012, The Democratic Party, The Sixties, United States
Posted in Black People, Celebrities/Royals, Cultural History, Love, Music, The Emotions, Women
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