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While echoes of Ferguson still resonate across Amerikkka and the rest of the globe Carleen Anderson, who originally hails from the deep south, has penned a poetic and moving reflection on this never ending cycle of violence. She is joined … Continue reading
John Coltane’s last ever recording was at Babatunde Olatunji’s Center for African Culture in New York City and featured Algie DeWitt on Bata drum. They also performed a delirious version of the song ‘Ogunde Varere’ – a Brasiliian folkloric composition … Continue reading