Don't look now, but Amiri Baraka's son Ras Baraka has just been elected
mayor of Newark, NJ.
David N. Lewis
On Wed, May 28, 2014 at 8:20 AM, Roger Kulp <[log in to unmask]>wrote:
> Discogs has a copy for $299.99
> > Date: Tue, 27 May 2014 22:01:22 -0400
> > From: [log in to unmask]
> > Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Seeking 1972 Amiri Baraka LP - It's Nati on Time
> > To: [log in to unmask]
> > Have you tried eBay and similar sites ??? or the libraries which have it
> > (see Worldcat) ???
> > Perhaps one of the tracks has been issued in a CD / 2-LP release:
> > LIGHT IN THE ATTIC UPC: 82685 30081 29 CD
> > 2012
> > UPC: 82685 30081 12 2LP
> > 2012
> > LISTEN WHITEY! SOUNDS OF BLACK POWER 1967-1974
> > 1. Invitation To Black Power (Parts 1 & 2) Shahid Quintet 6:06
> > 2. Free Huey Stokely Carmichael 4:50
> > 3. Silent Majority (Live At Newport) Eddie Harris 5:49
> > 4. Until We're Free Elaine Brown 2:15
> > 5. George Jackson (Acoustic) Bob Dylan 3:41
> > 6. Dem Niggers Ain't Playing The Watts Prophets 1:54
> > 7. Woman Of The Ghetto (Live At Montreux) Marlena Shaw 10:05
> > 8. Black Power Dick Gregory 2:50
> > 9. I Ain't Black Kain 5:50
> > 10. I Hate The White Man Roy Harper 8:05
> > 11. Winter In America (Solo Version) Gil Scott-Heron 6:28
> > 12. Tim Leary Eldridge Cleaver 5:31
> > 13. Angela John Lenon, Yoko Ono 4:08
> > 14. Free Bobby Now Lumpen 2:23
> > 15. Die Nigga!!! The Original Last Poets 3:17
> > 16. Who Will Survive America Amiri Baraka 3:06
> > Black Forum had quite an interesting catalog, including and ELAINE BROWN
> > album - she wrote some beautiful songs,
> > also on an album issued by the Black Panther Party.
> > Appended is a list of the albums I know of - are there any others ???
> > Thanks.
> > Best wishes, Thomas.
> > BLACK FORUM BF 451 LP 1970
> > Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.-Why I Oppose The War In Vietnam
> > sermon April 16, 1967
> > BLACK FORUM BF 452 LP 1970
> > STOKELY CARMICHAEL~FREE HUEY!
> > Produced by Ewart Abner & Juniuf Griffin
> > BLACK FORUM BF 453
> > Writer's Of The Revolution 22:26 / 22:46
> > Langston Hughes; Margaret Danner.
> > Biographical notes on the composers by Reginal Wilson on container.
> > Presents the two poets reading their poems to each other and conversing
> > about them
> > BLACK FORUM B 454L LP 1972 gf
> > "Guess Who's Coming Home"
> > Black Fighting Men Recorded Live in Vietnam
> > Notes by Julian Bond on container.
> > Narrated by Wallace Terry
> > BLACK FORUM BF 455L LP 1972
> > Ossie Davis & Bill Cosby address The Congressional Black Caucus
> > A Ossie Davis - The Congressional Black Caucus 23:10
> > B Ossie Davis & Bill Cosby - The Congressional Black Caucus 21:00
> > Black Forum B 456L LP 1972
> > Black spirits [festival of new black poets in America].
> > Introduced by Imamu Amiri Baraka (LeRoi Jones).
> > Recorded live at the Apollo Theatre, Harlem, New York.
> > Contents:Introduction / Imamu Amiri Baraka -- Circles ; Black is ;
> Nigger do
> > you ; This Llttle light of mine ; Ladybird ; What's happening to the
> > / Kali/ -- A folk fable for my people / Johari Amini -- Kitchen chair
> > #5 / Clarence Major -- Boppin' / David Henderson -- The poet the dreamer
> > Popsicle cold ; One-eyed critics ; Brothers the struggle must go on ;
> > Clairvoyance ; One for all ; Mind and soul after dark ; Allah ; Above
> > / Norman Jordon -- Notes from a guerrilla diary / Aski Mohammed Toure --
> > original last poets. And see her image in the river ; Song of ditla part
> 2 /
> > Cain, Nelson, Luciano -- Pimp's last mack: a death request / Stanley
> > -- One thousand nine hundred and sixty eight winters / Jackie Earley --
> > men / Amus Moore -- Holy days / Larry Neal -- A history poem / Imamu
> > Baraka.
> > BLACK FORUM B 457L LP 1972
> > "It's Nation Time" - African visionary music
> > Imamu Amiri Baraka (Leroy Jones)
> > Poems; read by the author, with vocal and instrumental accompaniment.
> > Kutoa sifa --
> > Answers in progress --
> > All in the street --
> > Come see about me --
> > Peace in place --
> > Bad news for your highness --
> > Was gon' happen --
> > Kutoa umoja --
> > Come back, Pharaoh --
> > Who will survive America --
> > How Africans got to be Negroes --
> > It's nation time --
> > Pull the covers off --
> > Pamoja tutashinda.
> > BLACK FORUM BF 458L-DJ LP 1973
> > "ELAINE BROWN"
> > Produced by Freddie Perren and Fonce Mizel
> > Program notes by Huey P. Newton and lyrics on sleeve inserted in
> > A1 No Time
> > A2 Jonathan
> > A3 Can't Go Back
> > A4 All The Young and Fine Men
> > A5 Until We're Free
> > B1 I Know Who You Are
> > B2 Child In The World
> > B3 A Little Baby
> > B4 And We Shall Meet Again
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Association for Recorded Sound Discussion List
> > [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Nelson-Strauss, Brenda
> > Sent: Tuesday, May 27, 2014 10:18 AM
> > To: [log in to unmask]
> > Subject: [ARSCLIST] Seeking 1972 Amiri Baraka LP - It's Nation Time
> > We're assisting a professor who has been asked to write an article for
> > ARSC Journal on Motown's Black Forum label. The only album we're
> missing is
> > the 1972 Amiri Baraka LP - It's Nation Time - which appears to be
> > rare. If anyone owns a copy they would be willing to sell, donate, or rip
> > please contact me directly.
> > Regards,
> > Brenda
> > Brenda Nelson-Strauss
> > Head of Collections
> > Archives of African American Music and Culture
> > 812-855-7530
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