Friday, June 18, 2010

Black Music Month #12: Click-It Concert -My Organic Soul Part 1

Two days ago, I was reading Jacqueline Rhinehart's "My Organic Soul," which is a compilation of quotations, lyrics, poems and other words of wisdom from a wide range of people all over the world. Jacqueline Rhinehart is the CEO of Organic Soul Marketing, a marketing consulting company started in 1999 that works with large companies on multicultural niche markets. She has also worked for over two decades in the music industry, creating marketing campaigns for such artists and labels, as Nelly, Erykah Badu, LaFace Records, and Bad boy Records. The company also works on a magazine, My People Magazine, and an Organic Soul Concert Series.

This Click-It Concert Series will cover some of songs that Rhinehart referred to in the book for the next three days. Enjoy!

Eric B and Rakim - Ghetto

Talib Kweli- Holy Moly

The Roots - Don't Feel Right

Stevie Wonder- Don't You Worry About A Thing

Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell - Ain't Nothing Like the Real Thing

Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five - The Message

Kanye West - Everything I Am

Parliament Funkadelic - Free Your Mind and Your Ass Will Follow

Tupac - Changes

The Beatles - Fool on the Hill

Geto Boys - My Mind's Playing Tricks On Me

Damian Marley - Welcome to Jam Rock

Jay-z - Hard-Knock Life

The Wu-Tang Clan - CREAM

Sister Sledge - We are Family

Earth Wind and Fire- Shining Star

Jay-Z - American Dreaming

Whodini - Freaks come out at Night

Bobby Womack - Simple Man

Charles Wright Watts and the Watts 103rd Street Band - Express Yourself

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