Black Entertainment : A JOYFUL NOISE

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  1. $$RICH$$

    $$RICH$$ Lyon King Admin. STAFF

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    Celebrating Black Music
    The Honor roll ..........Innovators
    Louis Armstrong
    Josephine Baker
    James Brown
    Marian Anderson
    Billie Holiday
    Leadbelly
    Chuck Berry
    Eubie Blake
    Cab Calloway
    Nat King Cole
    Sam Cooke
    Andrae Crouch
    James Cleveland
    Miles Davis
    Sammy Davis Jr.
    H.T.Burleigh
    Willie Dixon
    Fats Domino
    Aretha Franklin
    Marvin Gaye
    Jimi Hendrix
    Bob Marley
    Scott Joplin
    Mahalia Jackson
    B.B.King
    Carmen McRae
    Robert Johnson
    Little Richard
    Prince
    Bo Diddley
    Smokey Robinson
    Bessie Smith
    Tina Turner
    Jackie Wilson
    Stevie Wonder
    Sarah Vaughan
    Muddy Waters

    The Voices to love
    Patti LaBelle
    Alicia Keys
    Mary J Blige
    Gladys Knight
    Evelyn champagne King
    Yolanda Adams
    Oleta Adams
    India Arie
    Patti Austin
    Erykah Badu
    Aaliyah
    Ashanti
    Anita Baker
    Regina Belle
    Toni Braxton
    Shirley Caesar
    Ciara
    Cherish
    Roberta Flack
    Stephanie Mills
    Betty Wright
    Mary Wells
    Koko Taylor
    Minnie Riperton
    Kelly Price
    Etta James
    Chaka Khan
    Whitney Houston when she was herself.
    Lena Horne
    Janet Jackson
    Lauryn Hill
    Natalie Cole
    Tammi Terrell
    Carl Thomas
    Beyonce Knowles
    Dinah Washington
    Kelly Rowland
    Jill Scott
    Diana Ross
    Chante Moore
    Donny Hathaway
    Al Green
    Teddy Pendergrass
    Luther Vandross
    Usher
    Buddy Guy
    Rick James
    Jerry Butler
    Peabo Bryson
    Barry White
    Little Milton
    Maxwell
    Gerald Levert
    Eddie Levert
    Brian McKnight
    R.Kelly
    Isaac Hayes
    Al Jarreau
    Lenny Willimas
    Buckwheat Zydeco
    Bobby Womack
    Junior Walker
    Keith Sweat
    Johnny Gill
    Wilson Pickett
    Lou Rawls
    Otis Redding
    Ray
    Lionel Richie
    Joe Tex

    GROUPS OF SOUL
    5 Blind Boys of Alabama
    5th Dimension
    After 7
    B2K
    Boyz II Men
    Blue Magic
    The O'Jays
    The Orioles
    The Miracles
    New jersey mass
    Mighty Clouds of Joy
    Marveletts
    The Moments
    Martha Reeves & vandellas
    The jones girls
    Jodeci
    Jive five
    Jackson 5
    EnVogue
    Excape
    Four Tops
    Frankie Lymon & Teenagers
    Heatwaves
    Gladys Knights & pips
    Flamingos
    Five Satins
    Enchantments
    Drifters
    Dramatics
    DeBarge
    Destiny's Child
    Delfonics
    Coasters
    Clark Sisters
    Staples singers
    Chi-lites
    Blackstreet
    Bloodstone
    Temptation
    TLC
    Pointer sisters
    Stylistics
    Shalamar
    Persuasions
    Platters
    Ray Goodman & Brown
    Sensations
    SWV
    Switch
    Take 6
    Whispers
    Winans
    Sister Sledge
    Sound of Blackness
    Soul Stirrers
    Spinners
    Supremes

    HOT LOVIN BANDS OF BLACK MUSIC
    Al Hudson & One Way
    Atlantic Starr
    Bar-Kays
    LTD
    Cameo
    Brick
    Commodores
    Chic
    Booker T & M.G's
    Con Funk Shun
    Dazz Band
    Heatwave
    Jr Walker & all stars
    Kool & the Gang
    Lakeside
    Isley Brothers
    Graham central station
    Gap Band
    Donald Byrd & black birds
    Maze F/ Frankie Beverly
    Midnight star
    Mint Condition
    Ohio Players
    Parliament / Funkadelic
    Rose Royce
    Rufus
    Sly & family stones
    S.O.S Band
    The Time
    Zapp
    Tower of Power
    Tony Toni Tone
    Earth wind & Fire

    And we have some more soul Greats of all times
    Ray Brown
    Boostie Collins
    Herbie Hancock
    George Duke
    Funk brothers
    Art Tatum
    King Oliver
    Ramsey Lewis
    Wynton Marsalis
    Missy Elliott
    Run D.M.C
    Public Enemy
    Last Poets
    Common
    Mos Def
    mob deep
    KRS1
    sugar hill gang
    kool mo Dee
    Kurtis Blow
    Big Daddy Kane
    Dead Prez
    De La soul
    Tribe called Quest
    Afrika Bambaata
    Nas
    wu tang clan
    Tupac Shakur
    Roots
    whoodini
    talib kwell
    Grand Master Flash
    Fugees


    Blacks who made it Happen ....The Makers
    Berry Gordy Jr.
    Quincy Jones
    Russell Simmons
    Lloyd Price
    LA Reid
    Willie Mitchell
    David Porter
    Billy Strayhorn
    Red Tyler
    Kanye West
    Joe Turner
    Timberland
    Curtis Mayfield
    Jermaine Dupri
    Kenny Babyface Edmond
    Dr. Dre
    McFadden & Whitehead
    Roy Milton
    Ashford & Simpson


    Celebrating Black music , look how far we came through da years
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    Brother $$RICH$$, you really made a thorough listing of great Blacks in music history. These geniuses are not to be forgotten ever.

    Long live the lyric masters who have brought tremendous amounts of joy and memories into our lives....a remedy for Black folks......amongst all the pressure we're under, these talented Black people have soothed many of souls.......:angel1:

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    yeah spicy when i think of how we struggled to make a break through
    to even hit radio wave and later some had the viewers from the ole
    American Bandstand to the Soul Train wit Brother Don as the Host

    Listening to the Voices and the music of the past is captured in it's essence
    to lot of what we hear today in waves it's booty this and N that and B this
    get up on it / lean wit it rock wit it / snap it pop it / shake what ya momma
    gave ya but good sounds likes of....
    Girl i love you, brickhouse, and house not a home seem all gone !

    But The sound and voices still heard today black music had a way to live
    spread itself over the years ............whewwwwww Ole skol i miss ya !
     
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    Yeah, when I first heard "Miss New Booty" by Bubba Sparxxx, I was disappointed that a whiteboy (of all people) can grab the mic and bring back the 90's booty music in 06'!!! I was always partial to 80's and 90's Soul, R&B, and even Soft Rock. No more Keith Sweat, Guy, Hi-5, ya know those bands that were 5 Brothers deep, who actually expressed their heart mind and soul to a Sister. What happened? I don't bother with the sugar-coated watered-down "R & B" you hear on the radio these days. I hated to admit to myself that our music is somewhat of a barometer of Black Love/relations in our communities:(


    Long live Donnell Jones; Brian McKnight; Maxwell; and Kenny Lattimore (amongst others) for remaining loyal and committed to Black love over the airwaves:bowdown:

    :blowkiss:
     
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    a joyful noise...

    brother rich,these list are beautiful with many classic and near classic names,we do indeed have a rich musical legacy that will endure forever and even as i type these words i can hear songs by these legends playing in my mind and it's the best kind of[high]you can get,i'm very fortunate to have lived during the era when alot of these greats were at the very top of the music scene and nobody could touch em.
     
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    Still today many of these are on top compared to what we hear today
    music today ring out sales but have no pure soul , just a few artist have it
    and need to promote it more bring the soft easyl istening back the soul in
    the mixture the love ballads and not MF this, and my N that, where my B at
    stuff.
     
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