The Last Poets is the debut studio album by spoken word recording artists The Last Poets. It was released in 1970 through Douglas Records. Recording sessions took place at Impact Sound Studio with production by East Wind Associates, managers of The Last Poets at the time of recording. The album peaked at on the Billboard 200 albums chart and at on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart in the United States.
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The Last Poets are a group of poets and musicians, rising from the late 1960s African American civil rights movement. Jalaludin M. Nuriddin, an Army paratrooper who chose to go to jail instead of fight in the Vietnam War, founded the group in prison after converting to Islam and performing the "spoken word" to a rhythmic beat. With the group formed in 1969, they released an LP in 1970, The Last Poets, which reached the Top Ten album charts. Oyewole was arrested for robbery before a tour could begin, and he was replaced by Nilajah. The follow-up, This is Madness, featured more radical and politically charged poems, which resulted in the group being listed as part of the program founded by then-President Richard Nixon. Following that album, Hassan joined a southern-based religious sect and was replaced by Suliaman El-Hadi in time for Chastisement (1972).
The Last Blues Album Volume 1. The Last Blues Album Volume 1 is a jazz album recorded by Buddy Rich and released on the Groove Merchant Record label in 1974. LP side A: "Soft Winds" – 7:17. Sweet Georgia Brown" – 6:32. LP side B: "Courage" – 9:20. Kenny Barron – piano. George Freeman – guitar. Jimmy McGriff – organ. Illinois Jacquet – tenor saxophone. Groove merchant GM 3303.
Tracklist: 1. True Blues, 2. Related To What Chant, 3. Related To What, 4. Black Is Chant, 5. Black Is, 6. Time, 7. Mean Machine Chant, 8. Mean Machine, 9. White Man’s Got A God Complex, 10. Opposites, 11. Black People What Y’all Gon’ Do Chant, 12. Black People What Y’all Gon’ Do, 13. . 14. This Is Madness Chant, 15. This Is Madness. 2. Related To What Chant.
10. Niggers Are Scared of Revolution. Delights of the Garden (With Bernard Purdie). See All. Pieces of Change (Disc One).
Producers: Alan Douglas, Stefan Bright. Main genre: Spoken Word. Was sampled in 1 song.
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