Ruth Brown, Sugar Ray Robinson, and Blanche Calloway (May 6th, 1954)
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Even for a nude beach well renowned for it’s open mindedness, Cheryl knew that the dark stranger and herself were making a less than acceptable display out in the shallows.
I really like the way this one feels. A true sense of candor, genuine exhibitionism… It’s like you’re right there for the preliminaries and can’t help but picture everything up through the encores. All three of them.
“Elevator Racism” reminds me of the time I was on the elevator at that Film Independent gig in Beverly Hills and this white lady got OFF when a second Negro got on. Just the three of us was far too much for her sensibilities.
The best comment on “New Slaves” I’ve read so far is, “when a brother gets to this point he knows he better say whatever he has to before they take him out.”
Now that’s what I call hip pop, that whole shit’s about to go down feeling.
“New Slaves” is the biggest underground single in hip hop’s history, IMO… Americans really don’t get how big Kanye West is outside The States. Well, they hadn’t.
And they don’t know the source material.
I’ll have a personal connection. My ex used to work at the Santa Monica campus. I played basketball there with my younger son Wyatt.