- Felipe Luciano
- Gylan Kain
- David Nelson
The Last Poets?
Could there be anything more anthemic to the culture?
The way they lay "high" in the cut?
Give me a second as I take a moment of silence to the prized performances from these powerful prophets.
Right On! for a long time was thought to have not existed and is often referred to as a documentary and/or film when actually what it is is a long-form video from the album of the same name.
(Funkback posted a detailed review from The Times on the left hand side in the C-box about it.)
In my view, I see them skyhigh on the rooftops and city blocks and stairsteps spittin' The Last Breaths on all issues and views that we have swirling around our gray matter today kicking out the classics from the 1970 album which lends to the question why don't all spoken word artists make long-form videos of their work?
Many answers I'm sure as to why it doesn't jump off. One of them being they have to be as cold-blooded as these brothers are/were/forever shall be to keep your attention and to spark your mindframe enough to shatter it from all four corners.
This is that rare flavor once again in B.P.
(The quality of the file isn't optimal enough to justify screen captures)
Link to soundtrack review:
The Last Poets - Right On!