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Male Black Vocalists of the 1930s & 1940s Our Pastimes
    Nat King Cole remains one of the best known black male vocalists of the 30s and 40s. The voice of Nat King Cole is one of the finest baritones in popular music. Nat King Cole sang in English and Spanish, and many of his songs claimed great fame worldwide.

Top 1940s artists
    Browse the top 1940s artists to find new music. Scrobble songs to get recommendations on tracks you'll love.

Early African American Music 1900-1940 – Black Music Scholar
    Early African American Music 1900 - 1940 Group members: Christal, Paris, Isoke, Alesha Before the period of slavery (1600s-1800s) Africans lived a cultural life in Africa.

The Golden Age of Black Music: 1960-1970 - Various Artists ...
    Dec 31, 1969 · Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Golden Age of Black Music: 1960-1970 - Various Artists on AllMusic - 1988 - …9/10(1)

A timeline of history-making Black music The Current
    Feb 13, 2019 · The October 18 issue of Billboard hailed "Black Music's Historic Week": "R&B/hip-hop's mainstream popularity was further validated last week [Oct. 11]. That was when the top 10 songs on The Billboard Hot 100 were all by black artists for the first time in the chart's history."

Top 100 Singles Artists of the 1940s (As ... - Rate Your Music
    This list surveys which artists have placed the most singles in the Top 1000 singles of the 1940s. It is based on RYM user ratings, not my own preferences. It is a companion piece to my list 'The Top 200 Singles Artists of the 1950s', but it is more limited in scope because 1940s singles have attracted much fewer votes. Duke Ellington, the leading bandleader of the jazz era, is an excellent ...

1940's Artwork and Artists Our Pastimes
    Sep 15, 2017 · The 1940s was a turbulent time throughout the world, and this was reflected in the art of the period. During World War II, European artists fled to America. New ideas and ways of thinking about art were fomented, resulting in the formation of a new art movement known as abstract expressionism.

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