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03/11/2017
03/11/2017

AFRO SOUND-SYSTEM

 

It is one of the trademarks during late 60’s and 70’s : the Afro haircut was worn as the assertion of an identity, the symbol of the strong link with Africa. The famous slogan: Black Is Beautiful. A century later, this assertion remains very present on LP artworks. For political reasons, for aesthetic views, for trendy questions also… Back to certain pics which had participated in the history of the music.

 

A possible soundtrack…
We People Who Are Darker Than Blue by Curtis Mayfield

 

 

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