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      Quote Originally Posted by Arbol_Rasta
      for a musician is not easy to put only five on top cause there´s a natural mystic music around over the world:2pac.miles david.jack anthony pastorius.bob marley.i give you 4 cause is not fair.
      Jah Bless and Gigantic Welcomes Arbol Rasta!!! Good to have you.'

      As you can see, hardly anyone's been able to fit it into FIVE. I was asking for FUN. Not for it to actually be done! So share what you wanna ... you can have 100 number ones, love. Who cares, right??? Do You.

      Have fun with this...its just something to tug at your heart, and find out whats really resting in there as a music lova.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Draptomania
      Imma play this slick, watch dis
      Well, we only get 5 picks...AND...since COLTRANE has been said, NINA SIMONE, MILES DAVIS, ERYKAH BADU, JILL SCOTT, GIL SCOTT, LAUREN HILL, and JIMI HENDRIX....imma narrow it down to:

      Bill Withers, BB King, The Isley Brothers, Curtis Mayfield, and Al Green

      Aiight! Do you thang, woman. I love you as much I'm digging that beautiful Black Love picture in yo sig, sistar.
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      Alafia,

      (Hopefully, i am not reposting. But if i am, please forgive me.)

      1) John Coltrane

      2) Nina Simone

      3) Public Enemy

      4) Miles Davis

      5) Brother J/X-Clan/Dark Sun Riders

      ALTERNATES:

      1) Nas

      2) KRS-One

      3) De La Soul

      4) India Arie

      5) Marvin Gaye (the socially conscious Marvin a little more than the "Let's Get It On" Marvin).

      Now Get Up.

      Soular-NRG.
      "When you do your homework, you can come out of any corner."--Baba Dr. John Henrik Clarke

      "Any leadership that teaches you to depend upon another race is a leadership that will enslave you."--Marcus Mosiah Garvey

      "But my spirit is growing in sevens."--Saul Williams.

      "Backstage whisperin' to management, like 'change the order, there's no way that we can rock after THEM!'"--Black Thought.

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      my top five albums at the moment:

      peter tosh-legalize it
      dead prez-let's get free
      janet jackson-rhythm nation
      common-like water for chocolate
      bad brains-rock for light

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      Quote Originally Posted by Nkemanbinya
      my top five albums at the moment:

      peter tosh-legalize it
      dead prez-let's get free
      janet jackson-rhythm nation
      common-like water for chocolate
      bad brains-rock for light
      KARIBU TO YOUR ONLINE VILLAGE HOME SISTAR!!! I'm LOVING your momental faves. I'm on "Like Water For Chocolate" at present too. I'm on Janet's "janet." album now.

      Rock on wit ya bad self...
      Black Beyond Belief
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      I been going through 360 Degrees of Evolution, right? And tonight I heard a band live named "Little Voice", attending an march to speak out against Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence called "Take Back The Night"... so this night, the moon, the music and the voices singing along with it... have sent me FLYING.

      I thank the MOST HIGH, ALL PRAISES DUE!!!, for the gift of my ears and the ability to hear and feel with them this blessed, incredible, wild, crazy, moving gift of music.

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      One Nation - Funkadelic
      Beast Of No Nation - Fela
      Survival -Bob Marley
      It Takes A Nation Of Millions - Public Enemy
      Keep On Moving - Soul To Soul

      *This is the PanAfrican Mix
      Nov 2, 2015 "Assata Shakur Liberation Day" marks 36 yrs of freedom for our Comrade Assata Shakur, Our Warrior was liberated from a NJ prison by Comrades In The Black Liberation Army click here to read more or here www.assatashakur.com

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      isley brothers - go for your guns
      stevie wonder - songs in the key of life
      curtis mayfield - new world order
      bob marley - survival
      fela anikulapo kuti - music is the weapon of the future
      jimmy dludlu - afrocentric
      abdullah ibrahim - water from an ancient well
      moses taiwa molelekwa - finding one's self
      ras kagiso mpala - expressions of afrikan peace
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      Hotep fam!,
      Hey! dat's cheatin! the thread says top 5 right? well....i cannot personally remember the albums but i will never forget certain artists dat have influenced me from a very young age ....and continue to do so now!!


      Stevie Wonder
      Ashton & Simpson
      Donna Summer
      Third World-Try Jah Love
      Judy Mowatt-Black Womb-man+ others

      Marcia Griffiths
      The Abyssinians
      Bob Marley
      Peter Tosh
      Fela Anikulapo Kuti
      Barry White
      BURNING SPEAR!!
      (i saw him live in concert for the 1st time last year!!!!, the next artist i plan to see LIVE is Stevie Wonder! i will travel to any corner of the world to see that brotha!)


      Well...i put out 12 artists true dat i am born on the 12th day!!


      SANKOFA!,
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      Last edited by Kentake; 10-20-2005 at 09:58 AM.
      Asase Ye Duru=Mama Earth has weight!!

      "SISTARS!, Black people will NEVER BE FREE unless Black Womb-men
      participate in EVERY ASPECT of our struggle, on EVERY LEVEL of our struggle."


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      Quote Originally Posted by QueenWarriorNefertari
      KARIBU TO YOUR ONLINE VILLAGE HOME SISTAR!!! I'm LOVING your momental faves. I'm on "Like Water For Chocolate" at present too. I'm on Janet's "janet." album now.

      Rock on wit ya bad self...
      thank you sista.

      "like water for chocolate" is my fav album by Common. i like the song "a song for assata". i dig janet's "janet" album. my favorite song is "new agenda" -- the song she has w/ chuck d. awesome song.

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      Had a answer here... but decided it ain't right... got mo thinking to do.
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      1. The miseducation Lauryn Hill
      2. Black on Both sides
      3. Like Water for Chocolate
      4. .................................................. ......... oh oh oh................................. this is os hard!!....How could i ever choose

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      orixas from cuba
      orisas across the oceans,
      imortal tech volume one and volume 2

      chico science and nacao zumbi,brazil

      madagacar olorun
      yes most def my peoples,my elder mirian makeba!!
      kawulesa momma kawulesa momma!
      hugh masekela

      yes yes, the father and son colection, femi and fela kuti!

      professor griff,last poets and mo and mo afrikan brazilian musik for an afrikan from brazil he hehe



      sotito! sododo! soora masika!
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      Nipa nye abe dua na ne ho ahyia ne ho. Or, Se mmerenkensono si ne ti ase a, na ewo dea asase reka kyere no. Also, Nnua nyinaa bewu agya abe.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Raqin Escobar
      1. The miseducation Lauryn Hill
      2. Black on Both sides
      3. Like Water for Chocolate
      4. .................................................. ......... oh oh oh................................. this is os hard!!....How could i ever choose
      Thats the thing, Esco. You don't HAVE to... look @ the first reply. Rebel Afrika represented Cali like WHAAAAAAAAAAA?!!!

      Do you, Sun. Peace.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Kweku_Omowale
      orixas from cuba
      orisas across the oceans,
      imortal tech volume one and volume 2

      chico science and nacao zumbi,brazil

      madagacar olorun
      yes most def my peoples,my elder mirian makeba!!
      kawulesa momma kawulesa momma!
      hugh masekela

      yes yes, the father and son colection, femi and fela kuti!

      professor griff,last poets and mo and mo afrikan brazilian musik for an afrikan from brazil he hehe

      I to am MOST DEF feeling Fela & Femi, Mama Miriam Makeba, The Last Poets and AfroBrazilian Musics is one of my FAVORITE Musics in this LIFE. Right next to AfroCuban, yo.
      Black Beyond Belief
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