Saturday, November 22, 2008

Paint it Black I


[Intro]
01 - John & Ernest - Soul President Number One
02 - Eric Burdon & War - Paint It Black Medley

[1st mandat]
03 - David Ruffin - I could never be president

04 - George Benson - The Ghetto

05 - Ike and & King Of Rythm - Ghetto Funk
06 - Rythm Masters - Black conversation

(for wha lovers)

07 - James Brown - Funky President
08 - Gene Harris - Don't Call me Nigger Withey
09 - Lou Donaldson - Say it Loud - I'm black and i'm proud
10 - Joe Sample - Black and White
11 - Roy Ayers - 2000 Blacks
12 - Ofo The Black Company - Allah Wakbarr
13 - Ben Harper - Brown eyed blues

[French Interlude]
14 - Nino ferrer - Je veux être noir

15 - Jean Yanne - Le Pauvre blanc

16 - Manu Dibango - Je veux être noir

[Hip Hop Interlude]
17 - George Clinton - Paint the White house black

(updated
here, viewable here)
18 - The Last Poets - Black Soldier
19 - The New Power Generation - Black MF in the housse

[Reggae Interlude]
20 - Derrick Harriott & The Chosen Few - Message From A Black Man

(another version
here)
21 - Burning Spears - Slavery Days
22 - Choosen Few - Am I Black Enough

[2nd mandat]
23 - Maceo Parker - The Soul of a Black man
24 - Nina Simone - Brown eyed handsome man
25 - Malia - Big Brown Eyes

26 - Aretha Franklin : To Be Young Gifted and Black

27 - Yargo - Strange Fruits

28 - Roberta Flack and Donny Hathaway - Be real black for me
29 - Rotary Connection - I'm the black gold of the sun
30 - Curtis Mayfield - Miss Black America
31 - Syreeta - Black Maybe
32 - Cassandra Wilson - Black Orpheus

[Outro]
33 - The London Symphony Orchestra - Paint It Black

E-mile suggested me to make an intervention about "paint it black" concerning some recent developments in the "white" house...
I almost evocated the topic while posting
Parliament/Chocolate city.
It was so subtile it was hidden.
But you can bet George Clinton is still in this one.

First : Comma or not comma?
Paint it Black.
Paint it, Black.
I vote for Paint it Black Panther.

Black Panther and Captain America

Moreover, everybody knows the Rolling Stones have never been a rock'n roll band.
They always played rythm 'n' blues.

Anyway, the job has been already done in a one piece mix with talking.
(For die hard collectors only).

So paint it my way in 33 messianic foo tracks.
Now you can see clear in my politics.

Go on original :



Go on karaoke :



Go on with Ludacris :




With a little green help for my friends,
Thanks E-mile.

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A big thanks for the mighty Foo for this outstanding guest-post!

Don't forget to thank him in the comments and visit him!

4 comments:

FASTMAN said...

HI....You Are My Hero For Today...

E-mile said...

it's Foo who's the hero here :-)

Anonymous said...

Hi, you've missed Blowflys "The first black president", otherwise the mix is great

footrack said...

http://soulspectrum.blogspot.com/2008/11/election-08-musical-shout-outs-part-7.html

some other bills on the topic