Although recorded in 1970, Gil Scott-Heron's spoken word piece still holds up as a powerful piece of work.
Watch: The most honest and heartbreaking reason to leave your front door unlocked I've ever heard.
Newstalgia Pop Chronicles with Radio Free Oz, featuring The Firesign Theater - RIP, Peter Bergman - Broadcast over KRLA -Jan. 14, 1968.
Nights at the Roundtable with a tribute to Poet, writer and artist Gil Scott Heron who passed away today at the age of 62.
This morning, I stumbled across a news headline which read: "White Families Now $95K Richer Than African-American Families On Average, According To Ne
(Percy Mayfield - Justifiably called The Poet Of The Blues) [media id=12861] This weeks installment of the Chronicles focuses on Percy Mayfield, o
Poet, author, and musician Jim Carroll passed away from a heart attack this weekend while working at his desk. Known best for the autobiographical boo
I was browsing the internet looking for something completely different when I came across this song, Tarakihi, an old Maori haka sung by New Zealand