On Mon, Jan 8, 2018 at 9:52 PM, Nigel Champion
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> Subject: [ARSCLIST] January issue of Black Grooves
> The January 2018 issue of Black Grooves, sponsored by the Indiana University Archives of African American Music and Culture<http://www.indiana.edu/%7Eaaamc/>, is now available at www.blackgrooves.org<http://www.blackgrooves.org>.
> This month we're opening with Black Manhattan Vol. 3<http://blackgrooves.org/the-paragon-ragtime-orchestra-black-manhattan-volume-3/> by The Paragon Ragtime Orchestra, performing works by African American composers affiliated with New York's black music and theatre communities from the 1890s to 1920s. Also featured are three tribute projects: Hendrix in the Spirit of Jazz<http://blackgrooves.org/hendrix-in-the-spirit-of-jazz/>, a collection of songs performed by artists from Germany's ACT label to commemorate the 75th birthday of Jimi Hendrix; The World of Captain Beefheart<http://blackgrooves.org/nona-hendryx-gary-lucas-the-world-of-captain-beefheart/>, a collaboration by the artistic duo of Nona Hendryx and Gary Lucas; and Texas-born arranger Sly5thAve's The Invisible Man: An Orchestral Tribute to Dr. Dre<http://blackgrooves.org/sly5thave-the-invisible-man-an-orchestral-tribute-to-dr-dre/>.
> For our annual "winter blues" observance we're highlighting four recent releases: Blues With Horns Vol. 1<http://blackgrooves.org/chris-daniels-and-the-kings-with-freddi-gowdy-blues-with-horns-vol-1/> by Chris Daniels & The Kings with Freddy Gowdy; the Mighty Mo Rodgers & Baba Sissoko collaboration Griot Blues<http://blackgrooves.org/mighty-mo-rodgers-baba-sissoko-griot-blues/>; and from the Catfood label, James Armstrong's Blues Been Good to Me<http://blackgrooves.org/james-armstrong-blues-been-good-to-me/> and Johnny Rawls' Waiting for the Train<http://blackgrooves.org/johnny-rawls-waiting-for-the-train/>.
> Continuing our focus on Indianapolis label Tyscot Records, we featuring two more recent gospel releases that are climbing the charts: Ruth La'Ontra's sophomore album I Got You<http://blackgrooves.org/ruth-laontra-i-got-you/>, and the debut album Hide and Seek<http://blackgrooves.org/c-west-hide-and-seek/> by 20-year-old singer-guitarist C West. R&B releases include Tribute to My Soul Sisters<http://blackgrooves.org/martha-high-tribute-to-my-soul-sisters/> by Martha High, longtime backup singer for James Brown; and from another JB affiliate, the Bobby Byrd compilation Help For My Brother: The Pre-Funk Singles, 1963-1968<http://blackgrooves.org/bobby-byrd-help-for-my-brothers-the-pre-funk-singles-1963-1968/>.
> Wrapping up this issue is the new jazz release The Music in the Night<http://blackgrooves.org/rahsaan-barber-the-music-in-the-night/> from IU alum Rahsaan Barber; the collaboration between artists from Cuba and Jamaica, Havana Meets Kingston<http://blackgrooves.org/mista-savona-havana-meets-kingston/>; and our compilation of December 2017 Releases of Note<http://blackgrooves.org/december-2017-releases-of-note/>.
> Brenda Nelson-Strauss
> Editor, Black Grooves
> Archives of African American Music & Culture
> Indiana University
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