Archive for the Moves Me! Category

2018’s Losses (Part 1)

Some of those we’ve lost this year have left a sting that dug in a little deeper and made you step back, inventorying your own life.

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Sherree Patrice: New Music – Seeking Approval Only from God!

There are singers who you may not hear from often enough – but wish that their new music flowed from in an abundance. Sherree Patrice is one such gifted songstress. Honor and excitement hit me all at once when I received an invite to preview her long

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Wakanda Pride

Still zoning and envisioning my calendar in my mind as I try to think of when I might be able to go in for my 2nd screening. #IJS

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‘Thank you, Black Music Month!’

Someone slapped a label on June as a month to celebrate Black Music, and this year I ran with it – though I’ve cherished music on a daily basis!

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Can Music Give Me: Reciprocal Love Again?

I can’t seem to get the dialogue out of my head that PJ Morton dropped during his intimate New York listening party earlier this week. There was so much knowledge shared about the industry/indie artists in such a crowded space to shine one above the other/radio today/creating

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Flashback: The Hempstead TSS Record Department

The best job I have ever had was working in the record department at TSS in Hempstead, NY. During my high school years, and school breaks when I went up to Buffalo State College, I could not wait to get back to work. My love of music

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Joey Gallant: Makes You Stop & Listen!

Remember the video of the soulful mochalatte crooner paying tribute to President Obama that made its way to every inbox when the world realized we were heading for a horrid 4 years under the leadership of the new person occupying the Oval Office? Well, here’s another offering

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Not what I used to be!

Blessed in a marvelous way by this! Tina Campbell put her whole heart into singing, Destiny! #havmercy http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Az5tH-E4OhY&sns=em

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Throwback Cut of the Week!

Inspired by Michael A. Gonzalez’ article Slept On Soul/Randy & The Gypsys — mentioning an album by Randy Jackson’s band, Randy & The Gypsys that I rocked so hard back in the days! I popped one cassette, replaced it with another and ultimately brought a cd for

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The Colors of Music 

music: colorful, enticing sounds    

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Stevie Wonder: Birthday Blessings

Happy Birthday Sir! Stevie Wonder’s music takes me through so many emotional zones: happiness, fright, sadness, joy and love, come to mind.

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#ATID: Frank McComb

One of my favorite songs is less than 2 minutes in length. The power that it holds is simply incredible. The melody is captivating and automatically draws you in. ‘White Line in the Sky‘ by the immensely talented, Frank McComb is the song that jumped into my

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#ATID ==> George Tandy Jr.

ATID ==> Artists That I Dig At the very strong suggestion of several people that I consider to be my extended family members, by way of our connections through music & life, in general — ATID, is just that.

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