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Megan H and Megan A break down some of the worst lyrics ever to exist. These episodes are always hilarious and this one will be no different. We will also be talking about the latest news from both the Music and Movie industry. Including trends in the charts and at the box office as wel as the latest releases coming out this week.
We will also talk about Ed Sheeran and his album as well as his new single. Plus so much more.
Chapter 6, Music for Jesus Lyrics of Freedom; Chapter 7 Flight and Revolt, Runaways and Maroons
Michael Row the Boat Ashore
"Michael, Row the Boat Ashore" is an African-american spiritual. It was first noted during the American Civil War at St. Helena Island, one of the Sea Islands of South Carolina, USA.
The song was sung by former slaves whose owners had abandoned the island before the Union navy arrived to enforce a blockade. Charles Pickard Ware, an abolitionist and Harvard graduate who had come to supervise the plantations on St. Helena Island wrote the song down in music notation as he heard the freedmen sing.
The lyric describes the simple crossing of the River Jordan with macabre undertones provided by reference to trumpets, eternal life and unknown lands. Despite its deathly connotations the song is affirming, a celebration of faith under oppression.
“This book will force many readers to reexamine their assumptions about American history… Young readers will be fascinated and better informed for having experienced this book,” wrote School Library Journal. Striking photographs highlight this unknown heritage.”
— Black Child Magazine, February/March 1997
Introduction, Fighting Bondage on Land and Sea, The First Rebels, Daily Toil, Perilous Struggle, A Troublesome Property, The Battle for Family and Knowledge, Disrupting Plantation Life, Industrial and Urban Resistance, Music for Jesus, Lyrics of Freedom, Flight and Revolt, Runaways and Maroons, Revolts in the Age of Revolution, Nineteenth-Century Slave Rebels, The Fiery Abolitionists, Marching to Freedom, The Slave's Civil War, The Bayonets of Freedom, From Slave Liberation .
Many Psycologist believe that the lyrics as well and the beats in rap music hypnotize our youth into to violant gang activity as well as abnormal behavior. For decades we've seen many people on Capitol Hill try to somehow dismantle rap music all together and yet it has remained the most important music in our culture and society. Are our kids being motiviated by these so called gangster rappers to go out to rape, steal and committ unthinkable crimes? We'll discuss that and more later on this evening show.
LCF Radio is on the constant rise with another debut show this season July 13th 7pm EST, "Lipstick, Layups & Lyrics" hosted by Ms Basketball herself of the Brooklyn Diamondz in the Beautiful Ballers Pro Am and Raising NYC Hip Hop artist Bella (Niki Avery).
Bella will be taking us from the courts, runways and stadges accross the Nation. Giving B-Ball Clinics and Performing live remotes in your cities. So look alive Bella's coming your way!
Bella's debut guest will be blazing new artist to hit the scene out of Florida named "Lostman", and One of the NYC Tri State Areas top Sports Trainer.
Log onto http://www.blogtalkradio.com/lightscamerafashion/2014/07/13/lipsticklayups-lyrics
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How important are lyrics in hip hop ???
(Second topic) Can you be considered the best rapper if you don't write your lyrics ???
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Tonight we are going freestyle. Jane and Jon will share their recent songwriting and lyrics. Jane reads some poetry from 2007 & 2010.
Jon is playing two original songs "All the Way" and "Pray for Peace" which are sensational.
A special prayer for Ernest.
We had an unexpected caller from Central Florida. Thanks for joining us
Jack Kovac's debut EP, "The State Line" is an expansive and introspective look into the mind of a growing, prolific songwriter. On each track, he inhabits the in-between spaces that separate musical expression from private rumination, giving artistic vision to every word and riff throughout. A Los Angeles transplant, Jack left the City of Broad Shoulders for the City of Angeles to study guitar performance at the University of Southern California. It was in the midst of musical learning and discovery that his world was opened up to the art of songwriting, He brings stories to life in music with an experimental edge that makes beautiful use of arrangement and dynamics, effortlessly pulling inspiration from the singer/songwriters of the 1970's and today. And he joins us this Friday with some of the new songs from his album, due for release Oct. 27, 2014.
Sa’ra Charismata is a musical muse born to Eritrean parents, raised in Stockholm, Sweden, and most recently residing in New York City. This tri-national millennial writes and co-produces songs of the yearning for freedom around the world and destruction caused by a culture of greed. In her process, she seems driven by forces beyond herself and the music puts you under the spell of those forces, which is why she was Nominated "Rookie Artist of the Year" at the 2014 Denniz Pop Awards. Sa’ra possesses that uncanny knack for drawing in a listener with triumphantly beautiful melodies and trippy beats while cleverly addressing the critical questions of her generation. We preview cuts from her debut album due out this fall and hear her inspiring story this Friday.
Women often say men don't express emotions, but listen to the love ballads by popular male vocalists and you'll hear some heart wrenching feelings pouring out. Today's guest, the popular singer Dwele, with fans among the hip hop generation as well as the R & B crowd, discusses how today's music influences attitudes about relationships. Do the more sexually graphic tunes with emphasis on physical pleasure and less focus on personal feelings influence youth to seek out such superficial relationships? Do love ballads help men recognize their sensitivity and strive to be more loving towards women? Can music influence woment to lower their own moral standards and accept relationships that are little more than "one night stands" if a popular song encourages it? As Dwele prepares to entertain audiences in Africa, he looks at the cultural impact of music on expectations in relationships, and how a song can heal the hurt and help couples reconcile, if the words truly come from the heart.
Charles Berrin is the RDJ of Charles International House Music radio program that showcases and features DJs from around the world playing all the best of HOUSE MUSIC -- Techno, Tribal, Euro, Vocal, Jazz, Ethnic, Progressive, Deep, Minimal, Funky, Soulful, Gospel and more. Each Saturday from 2 to 4pm (EST) broadcasting from Washington, DC, USA.
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Soundtrack, Animated Short Series Intro. Techno Music by Brooke Lovestone.
Anomaly , animated 13 episode series written by Brooke Lovestone. Drafts online, Images by ClipArt. After sketching, drafts will be uploaded. Finished version will be available offline, 3D software is being used.
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