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Happy Valentine’s Day
My thoughts on Valentine’s Day.
Great Songs in the Black Musical Tradition, 2000-2004
This essay was originally written for Epinions.com on October 6, 2005. This version is slightly different, with some language clarification. The choices are identical to the original list. Like many writers on this site, and writers in mainstream and non-mainstream … Continue reading
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