?uestlove informed you about this episode from "The Cosby Show" in his recent interview with Nardwuar. In this scene, Stevie Wonder greets the Huxtables as they enter his recording session. The invitation to the studio came about after Stevie's car accident with Denise. So being the researchers that we are, here's the clip from "The Cosby Show" which ?uestlove was referring to in his interview with Nardwuar.
"This book “The 911 Fear-Based Mind Control Program” takes a critical look at the psychological impact of September 11th, 2001. It was on that date that the global population witnessed a horrific event that stimulated extreme levels of fear. This fear, which was not consciously processed, brought forth a profound trauma that was submerged within the subconscious mind of the global population." Lenon Honor
Lenon Honor's recent video about The Boston Marathon attacks.
"Getback" the third studio album from Little Brother was released on October 23, 2007. 9th Wonder, who handled the production on the first two LP's "The Listening" and "The Minstrel Show" only produced one song on the "Getback".
Production on the "Getback" was conducted by 9th Wonder, Hi-Tek, Illmind, Khrysis, Mr. Porter, Nottz, Rashid Hadee and Zo!
Here are a few slappers off of the "Getback" LP.
"And the Beat Goes On" a 1980 single by The Whispers, was the group's first of two number one singles on the R&B chart.
LetGroove with the Whispers...
The Bob Marley biography provides testament to the unparalleled influence of his artistry upon global culture. Since his passing on May 11, 1981, Bob Marley's legend looms larger than ever, as evidenced by an ever-lengthening list of accomplishments attributable to his music, which identified oppressors and agitated for social change while simultaneously allowing listeners to forget their troubles and dance. (Courtesy of BobMarley.com)
On February 10, 2006 James Dewitt Yancey passed away in the arms of his loving mother Maureen. He was put to rest the following week, on Valentine's Day. As mourners gathered around his final resting place high in the hills of Los Angeles to say their goodbyes, a lone heart appeared in the cloudless sky above, fitting tribute for the man who above all else lived life to do what he loved. And what he loved, he did better than anybody else. For that, we will be forever thankful. Thank you Jay Dee. (Courtesy of http://www.officialjdilla.com)
Click here for more on James "J-Dilla" Yancy