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CASSETTE. Released in the fall of 2020, Marcus J. Moore's first album, "spr blk: liberation jazz and soul from the '70s and beyond," was an expansive 60-minute set of underground Black music that seethed with intensity, like an avant-garde band working out provocative material during a late-night gig. On purpose, the music reflected the dismay of the year: Once again, America was forced to reckon with it's divisions along racial and political lines, and the rise of Covid-19 halted the global economy and forced everyone indoors for an extended period of time. The album was therapy for Moore personally. The author, curator, and music journalist had just released the highly-anticipated first book on rapper Kendrick Lamar. The themes across the record were reflected in the narrative.
CASSETTE. Released in the fall of 2020, Marcus J. Moore's first album, "spr blk: liberation jazz and soul from the '70s and beyond," was an expansive 60-minute set of underground Black music that seethed with intensity, like an avant-garde band working out provocative material during a late-night gig. On purpose, the music reflected the dismay of the year: Once again, America was forced to reckon with it's divisions along racial and political lines, and the rise of Covid-19 halted the global economy and forced everyone indoors for an extended period of time. The album was therapy for Moore personally. The author, curator, and music journalist had just released the highly-anticipated first book on rapper Kendrick Lamar. The themes across the record were reflected in the narrative.
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Tender Rhythms & Songs Of Love
Artist: Marcus Moore J.
Format: Cassette
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CASSETTE. Released in the fall of 2020, Marcus J. Moore's first album, "spr blk: liberation jazz and soul from the '70s and beyond," was an expansive 60-minute set of underground Black music that seethed with intensity, like an avant-garde band working out provocative material during a late-night gig. On purpose, the music reflected the dismay of the year: Once again, America was forced to reckon with it's divisions along racial and political lines, and the rise of Covid-19 halted the global economy and forced everyone indoors for an extended period of time. The album was therapy for Moore personally. The author, curator, and music journalist had just released the highly-anticipated first book on rapper Kendrick Lamar. The themes across the record were reflected in the narrative.
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