Thievery Corporation 2017

Artist: Thievery Corporation
Lead artist: Racquel Jones
Album: The Temple of I & I
Out: 2017
Genre: Dance
Yesterday I saw the Black Power exhibition in  the Tate Modern in London. It shows the art made by black artists in the revolution of the Sixties, King-vs-Black-Panthers-time. From the merchandise I choseI the cd – after I had checked out the playlist. Quite tribal old skool protest songs, Gill Scott Heron being the most elegant.
Compare to the new dance rap Letter To The Editor by Thievery Corporation, a combo best known for their slick sofa surfing tunes in the Nineties.
 They are touring the United States this Fall.

About Wilma Tichelaar

relentless hunter gatherer of soothing beauty, great and small
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