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    A day late but this is my favorite hip hop Christmas song

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    Big Pun died right after this song was released.



    I actually have this video recorded on a VHS somewhere...
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    Chaka Khan! CHAKA KAHN!!

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    Feel free to post any "blue eyed soul" as well. Here's Michel McDonald. Of course this is the song Warren G. and Nate sampled for "Regulate"


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    Salt N Pepa! 90's!



    Kid N Play guest star in this video

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    One of the greatest "duet" acts of Soul Music was the pairing of Otis Redding with Carla Thomas, and here is one of that team's hits: "Knock on Wood"


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    This is always my first jukebox record. A jukebox is this machine that's been around since the 1950's and the principle of them hasn't changed a whole lot but nowadays the jukeboxes are connected to the interwebz and instead of .25 or .50 a song they'll give you 2 songs for 3 bucks or some shit but they now can access about 50,000 million songs. This is always my first song after putting a 5.00 bill in the slot because it's my favorite Morris Day and the Time song. Turn up Friday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Surf View Post
    This is always my first jukebox record. A jukebox is this machine that's been around since the 1950's and the principle of them hasn't changed a whole lot but nowadays the jukeboxes are connected to the interwebz and instead of .25 or .50 a song they'll give you 2 songs for 3 bucks or some shit but they now can access about 50,000 million songs. This is always my first song after putting a 5.00 bill in the slot because it's my favorite Morris Day and the Time song. Turn up Friday.

    Wow. It's been a while since I heard this.

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    The Revolution Will Not Be Televised is Gil's most famous song, but I think this song is actually relevant today even though it was written 36 yrs ago.


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    Indiana is having a winter storm advisory from Friday night til Sunday afternoon...great. As in not great at all. Hopefully I won't have to do much 'STOMP'ing out there. Turn up if you can.

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    There's HOT, there's HAWT and then comes Anna This hurts me so good.

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    This is a James Brown performance my father told me about when I was a boy. I was stunned to find it lo these many years later, but it shows so much of what made James JAMES.


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    With these five minutes on Motown 25 in 1983, Michael Jackson, who had already made the transition from wunderkind to singular talent, burst like a nova, forever embedding himself into the public consciousness.


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