Strange Fruit - On Top Of A Hill album flac
|On Top Of A Hill|
|Another Love Song|
|The Cry Of Love|
|Babel #001||Strange Fruit||On Top Of A Hill (7")||Babel Records||Babel #001||US||1983|
|Babel #001, none||Strange Fruit||Abiku (7", RE)||Babel Records, Mad Queen Records||Babel #001, none||US||Unknown|
A magic song from a magic voice lyrics Strange Fruit Southern trees bear strange fruit Blood on the leaves and blood at the root Black bodies swinging i. .
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Strange Fruit" is a song performed most famously by Billie Holiday, who first sang and recorded it in 1939. Written by teacher Abel Meeropol as a poem and published in 1937, it protested American racism, particularly the lynching of African Americans. Such lynchings had reached a peak in the South at the turn of the century, but continued there and in other regions of the United States. The great majority of victims were black.
Strange Fruit is the second solo album by Trijntje Oosterhuis and was released on March 22, 2004 on Blue Note records. Trijntje's solo debut album was well received, and consisted mainly of pop ballads not reflective of her personal fondness for jazz. During 2003 Trijntje made a tour with the Amsterdam Sinfonietta and the Houdini's playing covers of Billie Holiday and George Gershwin.
Journalist David Margolick, who wrote Strange Fruit: The Biography of a Song, says, "There are a million reasons to disparage communism now. But American Communism, one point it had in its favor was that it was concerned about civil rights very early. Meeropol left his teaching job at Dewitt Clinton in 1945. First of all, Abel, what I remember about him as a 6-year-old was that he was a real jokester. He liked to tell silly jokes and play word games, and he would put on these comedy shows that would leave me rolling. There is something else about Abel Meeropol that seems to connect the man who wrote "Strange Fruit" to the man who created a loving family out of a national scandal. He was incredibly softhearted," Robert says. Anne Meeropol plays a song on guitar for her sons, Robert and Michael.
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Strange Fruit Project is an underground hip hop group from Waco, Texas, which consists of producer and emcee Symbolyc One (also known as S1, born Larry D. Griffin J., his cousin emcee Myth (short for Mythological, born Kevin Gaither) and emcee Myone (pronounced "My Own", born Anthony Ligawa, originally from Indiana). The trio officially debuted in 2004, with a pair of underground releases, Soul Travelin and From Divine
Strange Fruit was first written as a poem by a Jewish high-school teacher from the Bronx, New York named Abel Meeropol, who also used the name Lewis Allan. Meeropol wrote his poem - about the 1930 lynching of two black men in Marion, Indiana – after seeing Lawrence Beitler’s photograph of the lynching. In Greenwich Village, New York, Barney Josephson was the owner of a recently opened nightclub named Café Society, an integrated club that soon attracted an anti-establishment audience of college students, black intellectuals, and Jewish liberals. Band leader Benny Goodman, and a well-connected music writer/ jazz advocate named John Hammond (of the Vanderbilt family), were among the club’s early investors.
Strange Fruit is a weekly radio show produced b.Your recent episode Juicy Fruit News Round Up opened my eyes to how white gay men treat black women. I had no idea that some are so offensive to say "Hey, Girlfriend" to Kayla thinking that she'll respond positively to that. Yeah, Kayla for not only calling these people out but opening my eyes just in case I thought this was appropriate (which I never have,) I also loved your discussion about why women's and girls' clothes don't have pockets