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Maya Angelou - Black Pearls: The Poetry Of Maya Angelou Album

Maya Angelou - Black Pearls: The Poetry Of Maya Angelou Album
Maya Angelou
Black Pearls: The Poetry Of Maya Angelou
GWP Records
R2 72987
FLAC size:
2469 mb
MP3 size:
1801 mb
WMA size:
1158 mb


1When You Come To Me
2To A Freedom Fighter
3The Gamut
5Tell Me
6My Life Has Turned To Blue
7No Loser, No Weeper
8On Working White Liberals
9The Thirteens (Black)
10When I Think About Myself (Music: Black Incense)
11My Guilt
12Black Incense
13In A Time
14Song Of Insecurity
15Miss Scarlett, Mr.Rhett And Other Latter-Day Saints
16Let's Majeste
17Re: Revolt (Riot:60's)
18No No No No
19The Thirteens (White)
20Poem III
21Letter To An Aspiring Junkie
22The Detached
23On Diverse Deviations
24Harlem Hopscotch
25A Dirge For Thanksgiving And Christmas
26Sepia Fashion Show
27Black Ode
28Homewrecker's Lament (They Went Home)
30I Will Last
32All Alone
33Poem I (Sounds Like Pearls)
34The Calling Of Names
36Burnt Umber
37To A Husband
38To A Man


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ST 2001Maya Angelou The Poetry Of Maya Angelou ‎(LP, Album)GWP RecordsST 2001US1969
PLP 32Maya Angelou The Poetry Of ‎(LP, RE)Perception Records IncPLP 32US1972
PLP 32Maya Angelou The Poetry Of ‎(LP, Promo, RE)Perception Records IncPLP 32US1972


Music composed and arranged by Ed Bland


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Maya Angelou, an African-American writer who is best known for her seven autobiographies, was also a prolific and successful poet. She has been called the black woman's poet laureate, and her poems have been called the anthems of African Americans. Angelou studied and began writing poetry at a young age, and used poetry and other great literature to cope with trauma, as she described in her first and most well-known autobiography, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings. She became a poet after a series of. There are five musical interludes by Ed Bland scattered throughout the record, but the primary appeal of the record, of course, is Angelou's poetry, and this record contains some impassioned readings of several of her finest poems. The reissue includes the original liner notes by James Baldwin, plus new notes from Robin Marcus Vazquez and Elizabeth Pavone. Angelous poetry collections include The Complete Collected Poems of Maya Angelou 1994 and Phenomenal Woman 1995, a collection of four poems that takes its title from a poem which originally appeared in Cosmopolitan magazine in 1978. The poems narrator describes the physical and spiritual characteristics and qualities that make her attractive. Also author of The Poetry of Maya Angelou, 1969. Contributor of poems in The Language They Speak Is Things to Eat: Poems by Fifteen Contemporary North Carolina Poets and to Mary Higgins Clark, Mother, Pocket Books New York, NY, 1996. Maya Angelou poems, quotations and biography on Maya Angelou poet page. Read all poems of Maya Angelou and infos about Maya Angelou. She has been awarded over 30 honorary degrees and was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize for her 1971 volume of poetry, Just Give Me a Cool Drink of Water 'Fore I Diiie. more . Maya Angelou Poems. Phenomenal Woman. Pretty women wonder where my secret lies. Maya Angelou Format: Audio CD. Black Pearls: The Poetry of Maya Angelou opens with the poet reading hard words: No, the gap-legged whore on the eastern shore, enticing Europe to come into her kneeling mothers picking undigested beans from yesterday's shit and what a pity, the pity has folded in upon itself. The poet's rawness of vision and power seem capable of moving mountains. Maya Angelou reads her poetry, talks about I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings and discusses a three-year period in her childhood in which she refused to speak. She's proud of being black, beautiful, musical, sexy and sassy. But she is most proud of what she has accomplished as a writer. Recorded in 1979. Start your review of Black Pearls: The Poetry of Maya Angelou. Write a review. Aug 16, 2008 Erotic Horizon added it. Black Pearls: The Poetry of Maya Angelou by Maya Angelou 1998. Maya Angelou became the first Black female streetcar conductor in San Francisco, California, in the 1940s. Did You Know Maya Angelou's 1969 autobiography, I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings, is the first nonfiction bestseller by an African American woman. Did You Know Maya Angelou recited one of her poems at President Bill Clinton's 1993 inaugural ceremony-marking the first inaugural recitation since 1961. Did You Know. Maya Angelou was lauded in 1995 for her record-setting, two-year run on The New York Times' paperback nonfiction bestseller list. Did You Know . Music Burnt Umber Black Ode 22:58 - 23:23 16. To a Freedom Fighter 23:23 - 24:08 17. The Story About Maya Angelou that you have never heard in her own. Maya Angelou: Mystical, Magical, Musical and Lyrical at 92Y in 1971 - Продолжительность: 40:30 92Y Plus 3 by Maya Angelou. Re: Revolt Riots, 1960s. was sampled in. InFlux by DJ Shadow 1993. Maya Angelou. We are more alike than unalike. While Maya Angelou was living with her son in Ghana, she met and began working with Malcolm X. Please SUBSCRIBE if you enjoyed More