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The FUNKALICIOUS “Dirty 30” – Music We Loved in 2016

The FUNKALICIOUS “Dirty 30” – Music We Loved in 2016

So I have either heard these albums in their entirety and listened to them incessantly; heard one or a few tracks; heard of or know of the artist; LOVE the artist, or got a recommendation to listen to the album, from a fellow music enthusiast.  Steeped in FUNK, Blues, Jazz, Gospel, Rock, Pop and Hip-Hop, this is Thee (in no particular order) FUNKALICIOUS List of Music for 2016 – ENJOY!!!

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Souleo’s Art at The STAX Museum

Souleo’s Art at The STAX Museum

Stax Records officially began in 1960.  A company, that evolved from Satellite Records three years prior, the Stax Museum formed in the late 90’s.  A group of community leaders, philanthropists and former Stax employees formed the Soulsville Foundation, to revitalize the area, provide mentoring and music-focused educational opportunities for neighborhood children, and open a museum to tell the Stax story.

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FOR THE LOVE OF LIL’ KIM — BEAUTY TO PREGNANCY

FOR THE LOVE OF LIL’ KIM — BEAUTY TO PREGNANCY

If you haven’t heard yet, Lil’ Kim is pregnant.  A fan more so of her presence in hip-hop than her music, I met Lil Kim when she was promoting her first album “Hard Core.”  At four feet and eleven inches and chocolate brown skin, her FUNKY reputation had preceded her.  The reserved young lady I met, was not the wild child I expected.

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THE FUNKIEST VALENTINE

THE FUNKIEST VALENTINE

I believe the best Valentine’s Day gift is not the giving of cards and chocolates, but expressions of communication and clear thoughts.  Like every year since we’ve been together, that was the exchange of gifts that my wife and I shared yesterday.

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Eartha Kitt

Eartha Kitt

Eartha Kitt established herself in film, theater, cabaret, music and on television. By the time she was 20, Eartha was a featured dancer and vocalist in the Katherine Dunham Dance Company Troupe and was touring Europe where she was seen by Orson Wells who was quoted as calling her “the most exciting woman in the world”.

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