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Nathan Davis – If (1976)

A name who is unfamiliar to many, Nate Davis plays superbly on his 1976 album entitled "If"

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Marvin, Marvin: 10 Overlooked Classics From The Soulful Genius

In looking back at the life and times of Marvin Pentz Gaye, we examine some of his most overlooked, yet exceptionally brilliant, compositions.

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The Blackbyrds / Wiz Khalifa – Mysterious Vibes / Ink My Whole Body (1977/2008)

Wiz Khalifa's tattoo anthem may sound arrogant to some, but one thing is for sure is that this song couldn't have been made without this 1970's classic song by The Blackbyrds.

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Roy Ayers Ubiquity – Vibrations (1976)

"Vibratiions" was produced during the heart of Roy Ayers' Ubiquity years, and this particular album is monumental for more reasons than one.

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Big Jacks – Daylight (Mixtape) (Download) (2012)

As one of Toronto's most established Hip Hop personalities, Big Jacks presents his latest mix tape "Daylight", which is a different vibe than you are used to.

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Robert Glasper – Black Radio (Album) (2012)

Robert Glasper etches the future of music through a multitude of classic and contemporary sounds on his newest release, Black Radio.

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Esperanza Spalding – Black Gold (Video) (2012)

After her stunning Oscar performance, we take a look at Esperanza Spalding's anthemic lead single, "Black Gold"

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Yuna – Live Your Life (Prod. by Pharrell) (Video) (2012)

Enjoy the visuals to Yuna's beautiful song, "Live Your Life".

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Rhodes Scholars: 10 Fender Rhodes Songs You Need to Hear

The title says it all, as Brother Hayling gives us 10 Rhodes songs that we MUST hear, as well as audio examples so you can see why these songs are a must for your audio memory bank.

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Donald Byrd – Black Byrd (1972)

Recorded in 1972, Donald Byrd's "Black Byrd" album was ahead of its time in a variety of ways.

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Robert Glasper Experiement feat. Erykah Badu – Afro Blue (Audio) (2012)

Take a listen to this introductory single from the highly anticipated album from Robert Glasper, featuring the lovely Ms. Erykah Badu.

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The Redeeming Qualities of a Cold Holiday Season

While this time of the year is often connected with a certain melancholy, the sounds of the season serve as the holiday season's redeeming factor.

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Erykah Badu’s Most Profound Song

Over 10 years later, Bag Lady is still a recording like no other, and here are a few reasons why.

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Isaac Hayes – Bumpy’s Lament (Multiple Versions) (1971)

Legendary musician Isaac Hayes is revisited as he creates one of the greatest soundtracks of all time.

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George Duke / Common – Break My Heart (1974/2007)

Taking a brief look at the intersection of two talent artists at their most exploratory.

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Roy Ayers Cover: Sylvia Striplin – Searchin' (1981)

Roy Ayers has been covered many times over, but this disco version of "Searchin" is one that should be recognized as one of the best.

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Georgia Anne Muldrow – Run Away (Video) (2009)

Listen to the unique sounds AND visuals that Georgia Anne Muldrow offers in her 2009 single entitled "Run Away".

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Donny Hathaway – To Be Young, Gifted, and Black (Audio) (1970)

A look into Donny Hathaway's authentic interpretation of Nina Simone anthemic classic, "To Be Young, Gifted, and Black."

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30 Artist Interpretations of Nina Simone

Nina Simone music is truly one of a kind, and her aura is an inspiration to artists all over the world.

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Gil Scott-Heron – The Bottle (Video) (1974)

Gil Scott-Heron's visual portrayal of NYC in the 1970's, along with his famed lyrics of 'The Bottle'.

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