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Midnight Soulstice: Power to the People – Soul in the Black Power era

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The 1960s and early 1970s was a time of social change and a new form of racial emancipation. Music was a very powerful tool during that time, and many artists have written what could be understood today as the soundtrack of that era. The motto of tonight’s show is „Power to the People“, and your host DJ Pari will play a carefully picked selection of Soul Music from the Black Power Era, which we define as the era from 1967 until 1974. It is the era following Malcolm’s and MLK’s early Civil Rights movement, the era of Huey Newton, Eldridge Cleaver, Angela Davis and the Black Panthers.
We’ll be playing music with messages of social awareness and which conveys the struggle for equality and eventually, Freedom. The music will be so good that you’ll feel empowered after the show, no matter what race you are.

Großartige Show mit James Brown, Curtis Mayfield, Ike Turner & The Kings, Marvin Gaye, Leroy Hutson, Roy Ayers…

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Midnight Soulstice: Power to the People – Soul in the Black Power era
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Tracklist nach dem Klick:
– Cane and Able – Be Free (ECP)
– Sons of Slum – Right On (Stax)
– Ike Turner & The Kings of Rhythm – Thinking Black (Pompeii)
– Hank Ballard – Blackenized (King)
– Gary Byrd – Are you really ready for Black Power (Real Thing)
– Grady Tate – Be Black Baby (Skye)
– James Brown – Get up, get into it, get involved (King)
– Miriam & Mbongi Makeba – Do You Remember Malcolm
– Curtis Mayfield – We People who are Darker than Blue (Curtom)
– Marvin Gaye – You’re the man (Tamla)
– The Undisputed Truth – 1990 (Motown)
– The Impressions – Choice of Colors (Curtom)
– The Flames – Stand up and be counted (People)
– Melvin Van Peebles – A birth certificate ain’t nothing but a death warrant anyway (Atlantic)
– Segments of Time – Song to the System (Sussex)
– Black Heat – Check it all out (Atlantic)
– The Fabulous Rhinestones – Free (Just Sunshine)
– Sir Joe Quarterman – The way they do my life (GSF)
– Chocolate Milk – Action speaks louder than Words (RCA)
– Leroy Hutson – Time brings on a change (Curtom)
– Roy Ayers – 2000 Black (Polydor)
– Sweet Charles – Why can’t I be treated like a man? (People)
– The Voices of East Harlem – Take a Stand (Just Sunshine)
– Gil Scott Heron – The Revolution will not be televised (Flying Dutchman)
– Marva Whitney – I’m tired, tired, tired (King)
– The Staple Singers – We the People (Stax)
– Syl Johnson – Is it because I’m black (Twinight)
– Darongo – Let my People Go
– The Main Ingredient – Brotherly Love (RCA)
– Getto Kitty – Stand up and be Counted (Stroud)
– Kim Weston – Lift every voice and sing (Pride)