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Reach Out by The Four Tops – Motown Monday

And your world around is crumbling down, Darling reach out Staying true to their lyrics “I’ll be there”, The Four tops stayed together as a band for 41 years without a single member change. Now that’s what I call loyalty. I can’t see that happening with any band/group formed in today’s music industry. I wonder […]

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Mansa Musa I - Feeling Like a King

Mansa Musa I – Feeling Like a King

Mansa Musa I was a fourteenth century emperor of the Mali Empire The emperor was a master businessman and economist, and gained his wealth through Mali’s supply of gold, salt and ivory, the  main commodities for most of the world during that time. Musa was a devout Muslim, and his pilgrimage to Mecca made him […]

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Superstition

Superstition by Stevie Wonder – Motown Monday

When you believe in things that you don’t understand, Then you suffer, Superstition ain’t the way Let’s get this week off to a superstition-free start. Quite possibly one of the biggest artists to come out of Motown, Stevie warns us about the danger of superstitious beliefs. Maybe this is what Blee was listening to when […]

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War by Edwin Star

War by Edwin Starr – Motown Monday

“War, huh, yeah, What is it good for, Absolutely nothing” Quite possibly one of the best protest songs ever made. It boggles the mind how we could carry on fighting wars after such a powerful lesson. You could be forgiven for thinking picturing Chris Tucker in Rush Hour when you here this one. ……………………………………………………………………………………….. Motown […]

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Respect Arrow’s Legacy – Soca Saturday

It’s only fitting that for our first Soca Saturday feature we Respect Arrow’s legacy Born 16 November 1949, Alphonsus Celestine Edmund Cassell MBE was a calypso and soca musician who performed under the stage name Arrow, and is regarded as the first superstar of soca from Montserrat. Arrow released his first album Arrow in the […]