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Paghat continues, "Slowy one and then the other two and then additional dancers from off screen all get up to dance to "Caravan." It pretty much turns into a 'dancie' instead of a soundie, and if you overlook the stereotyping costuming, this is pretty fine performing, including some breakdance moves from the guy who wins a trophy, though he has to stop eatin' dat watermelon to receive it.Director Josef Berne worked with many black entertainers and should've known better.

And without the weight of history of such imagery crushing down upon it, it would've been no worse (but also no more clever) than when white performers did such acts.

The music at least is good, and the later Mills Brothers soundies to come would forgo storytelling in favor of recording the performance." (review by Paghat)Her voice was remarkable, filling the largest hall without amplification and reaching out to each listener in beautiful, earthy tones.

Captured far from the African coast when he was a boy of 11, Olaudah Equiano (1745 - 1797) was sold into slavery, later acquired his freedom.

In 1789 Olaudah wrote his widely-read autobiography.

BACKGROUND: The Deep River Boys had their genesis on the campus of Hampton Institute in Virginia in the mid thirties.

They found their first success in winning radio's "Amateur Hour" competition.

In Britain Columbia (1923-31 Parlophone (1928-31) used laminated pressings until the merger with HMV into EMI in 1931.

Thereafter all EMI records were produced on stock shellac.

The members for most of the life of the group were Harry Douglas, Jimmy Lundy, Ed Ware, and Vernon Gardner.

In 1948 they released two songs for RCA -- "I'm Sorry I Didn't Say I'm Sorry" and What Did He Say, written by Cy Coben.

20 documents & artifacts from The Freeman Institute Black History Collection were showcased.

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