It’s Not What You Think.
James Brown w/ Afrika Bambaataa
Unity (The Third Coming)
1984 — At the time, the new Hip-Hop sound was exerting itself in the streets of New York City, when James Brown and Afrika Bambaataa got together to build an important, musical and generational bridge. “Unity” successfully connected Brown’s original funk, with Bambaataa’s experimental electronics.
((( funky b-boy )))


Beat Street 

Hollywood’s depiction of the B-Boy Culture that had surfaced in the parks and abandoned buildings in and around New York City’s Five Burroughs.

FREE TO THE PUBLIC — After being created under cover of the night, New York City Graffiti shows itself on the subway trains as they emerge, and run across all five New York City Boroughs. Depending upon how you saw it, Graffiti was either an act of vandalism, or a rolling exhibit of fine art.

John Hall — No Nukes
The Muse Concerts for a Non-Nuclear Future
((( funky b-boy )))

keith haring

1979 — Hip Hop Happens 
Iranian Hostages 11/4/79
Jimmy Carter
1980s  — Just Say No
1980Ronald Reagan
1982No Nukes
NYC Central Park June 12, 1982
1983 —  No Sell Out
Keith LeBlanc
Malcolm X (12″)
1984Keith LeBlanc  

w/ Betty Shabazz vs. Sugar Hill Records
((( the original hip-hop beat )))

1984BEAT STREET, Herbie Hancock Sound-System Keith LeBlanc (“King Of The Beat”) “NO SELL OUT” (Malcolm X) vs. Sugar Hill Records (Joe and Sylvia Robinson) w/Betty Shabazz.
1985Live Aid
Mick Jagger & Tina Turner
Farm Aid
We Are The World
Michael Jackson, Lionel Richie, Quincy Jones
Artists United Against Apartheid
Miami Vice
Adrian Sherwood, On-U Sound
Fat’s Comet,
Gary Clail
Mark Stewart
Bernard Meets Mick Jagger
She’s The Boss.
Jeff Beck Flash
w/ Jimmy Hall, Rod Stewart, Nile Rodgers and Arthur Baker (Production) Carmine Appice
1986Jeff Beck Flash Jan Hammer, Simon Phillips, Doug Wimbish, Steve Lukather, (TOKYO)
1987 — Living Colour Vivid, Guns N Roses Appetite for Destruction, Joe Satriani Surfing With The Alien
1988The Young Americans 
The Second Coming of Mick Primitive Cool The Brothers of Sodom
1989Bill Hicks
Viciously Honest (“Patriot”/”American Scream”) “The Gospel According To Bill Hicks” (GQ)

“The Story Of Willie”
King Missile (downtown nyc)
((( apocalyptic opinion )))


month 11, 1980
vol 11 no 111
Truth Be Told
by Bill Hicks

90s  —
1990Time’s Up
1991 — Living Colour Lollapalooza (Inaugural) Jane’s Addiction
1992 — Living Colour Biscuits
1994 — Living Colour No Dread
1999 — It’s Prince’s Party (and he’ll jam if he wants to.)

“Little Red Corvette”

((( timeless )))



“Eve Of Destruction”
Barry McGuire
Eve Of Destruction”  (single)
1965 — 
((( warning )))


Living Colour (discography)
Tack>>Head (discography)
Little Axe (discography)

Bernard Fowler (discography)