We need friends in different neighborhoods, high schools, colleges, and community organizations and unorganizations to tell us what’s coming down, and what you’re building up.
Poster by Jeanne Friedman, 1970
Aretha by Jim Marshall
360 Degrees of Power
Photo by David Fenton, New York High School Free Press (1969)
Joni Mitchell at the 1968 Miami Pop Festival
These wild brothers, otherwise known as The Pharcyde, are the slammin’ bunch of Los Angeles-based rappers who flexed something serious on “Soul Flower,” their soulful entry on the Brand New Heavies’ Heavy Rhyme Experience album. Like the Heavies, they too are signed to Delicious Vinyl, and you better believe their upcoming debut single and album’ll be a far cry from the norm. Pictured doing what they do best (from left) are Imani; Jammer Dee; the group’s producer, J-Swift; Tre; and Romye.
"For Terry Robbins”
Mississippi Fred McDowell by Baron Wolman