February is Black History Month. And what better way to celebrate then with some more song-poems? Dick Kent sung many song-poem "classics" like the surreal masterpiece "Octopus Woman Please Let Me Go." But here he dons blackface (figuratively speaking) to give a little soul pride to his, ahem, "brothers":
Dick Kent "On Blackness" - Hey, if a song-poem company didn't have any black singers, what are ya gonna do?
Bonnie Graham "He's My Chocolate Baby" - Features the kind of surprising twist that no mainstream performer would have been able to get away with in the '60s.
Thanks to the tipster who pointed out this song-poem mp3-fest here.