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Five 2017 reissued albums by Black artists | New York Amsterdam News

Five 2017 reissued albums by Black artists | New York Amsterdam News As 2017 comes to an end, it is important to reflect on the re-emergence of great music of the past, as well as celebrating new music that was released this year.

D’Angelo, Pharoah Sanders, Ahmad Jamal Trio, Minnie Riperton, Alice Coltrane, African American Art, African American Music, R&B, Jazz, KOLUMN Magazine, KOLUMN



As 2017 comes to an end, it is important to reflect on the re-emergence of great music of the past, as well as celebrating new music that was released this year. A great way record labels and the music community pays homage to vintage music and seminal records is by reissuing albums. Influential albums are chosen, remastered, pumped with bonus material, intimate images and recordings, and new liner notes are provided by the artists’ friends or by younger artists who have been deeply affected and inspired by the album. Here are just a few of the very special reissues for 2017:

D’Angelo— “Brown Sugar” (original release, 1995) (two CD Deluxe Edition), Virgin Records.

D’Angelo, Pharoah Sanders, Ahmad Jamal Trio, Minnie Riperton, Alice Coltrane, African American Art, African American Music, R&B, Jazz, KOLUMN Magazine, KOLUMN

D’Angelo, Pharoah Sanders, Ahmad Jamal Trio, Minnie Riperton, Alice Coltrane, African American Art, African American Music, R&B, Jazz, KOLUMN Magazine, KOLUMN

D’Angelo, Pharoah Sanders, Ahmad Jamal Trio, Minnie Riperton, Alice Coltrane, African American Art, African American Music, R&B, Jazz, KOLUMN Magazine, KOLUMN

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D’Angelo, Pharoah Sanders, Ahmad Jamal Trio, Minnie Riperton, Alice Coltrane, African American Art, African American Music, R&B, Jazz, KOLUMN Magazine, KOLUMN


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The National Museum of African American History and Culture is the only national museum devoted exclusively to the documentation of African American life, history, and culture. It was established by Act of Congress in 2003, following decades of efforts to promote and highlight the contributions of African Americans. To date, the Museum has collected more than 36,000 artifacts and nearly 100,000 individuals have become charter members. The Museum opened to the public on September 24, 2016, as the 19th and newest museum of the Smithsonian Institution. (Website).


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