A celebration of
and culture in the African Diaspora
There is nothing like the black church. This scene reminds me of Cornerstone Baptist Church in Williamston, NC. Can anyone relate? Well, I hope you like it. Enjoy your Sunday. Peace~
Sheila's soprano is so freakin' pristine. Wanda's wailing stirred the dead in me. This delighted my insomiacal perusings.
thats a classic, and man, want t thank and your fmily for your supor and prayers
Ninamm-Thanks for the visit, the link and welcome. Yes, I love the Emotions. I've had there best of cd for years and I saw them in concert about 2 years ago. Lovely ladies with tremendous voices.Torrance-Yes, sir. May the blessings and peace overflow.
I didnt know the Emotions were still around... Love the fros though.
Happy black history month! errr. uh Year.
ps: i took a stab and a black history post would love the view of one who quotes fano as readily as i do The father of Jim Crow
Good Post Peoples...
Hi, Stephen!Excellent posting. Have a good weekend
Compared to what is out there now, I think I prefer old school, The Emotions, to what we get today. There seemed to be more individualism during that time. Now, everyone sounds the same.
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I AM SHIVERING!That's great Stephen, really.Standing ovation. Here in Italy, usual chatolic chorus are not that cool. Quite boring indeed...:-DYeah, the black church is great!Fab
What a fab video! This takes me right back to childhood! Lots of big hair, big hats, white tights and big voices. Thanks for sharing x
The song alone gives you chills, very spiritual and enlightening
I really loved this part of the movie in Wattstax. Man wasn't that amazing. There was a feeling that you can hear in their song, and it was one in which you can tell they've been through some stuff. And the naturals are beautiful too....Much Love.
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