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Hakim Jamal
hakimjamalmusic
Los Angeles, CA, USA
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English musician Paul Wheatcroft, previously signed to Big Life/Polygram and published by Universal Music Publishing, toured the UK & Europe with TV appearances and some chart success with the band Ashley & Jackson. Band was part of the ‘Madchester’ scene in the 1990s and band members/crew included members of A Certain Ratio, Happy Mondays, New Order. Played the Cities In The Park festival with a lineup which also included Bill Nelson and Denise Johnson. Also toured with Inspiral Carpets, James and Brand New Heavies. Quit the music industry to form a film company and label TalkingHead TV, which won a RTS award and Best International Documentary in 2018 for 'They Shall Not Grow Old.’ The pseudonym Hakim Jamal has a complicated history. It was adopted by American activist Allen Donaldson, who was a cousin of Malcolm X and later became an associate of Michael X. Hakim Abdullah Jamal (March 28, 1931 – May 1, 1973) wrote 'From the Dead Level,' a memoir of his life and memories of Malcol
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Hakim Jamal
@hakimjamalmusic
Los Angeles, CA, USA
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English musician Paul Wheatcroft, previously signed to Big Life/Polygram and published by Universal Music Publishing, toured the UK & Europe with TV appearances and some chart success with the band Ashley & Jackson. Band was part of the ‘Madchester’ scene in the 1990s and band members/crew included members of A Certain Ratio, Happy Mondays, New Order. Played the Cities In The Park festival with a lineup which also included Bill Nelson and Denise Johnson. Also toured with Inspiral Carpets, James and Brand New Heavies. Quit the music industry to form a film company and label TalkingHead TV, which won a RTS award and Best International Documentary in 2018 for 'They Shall Not Grow Old.’ The pseudonym Hakim Jamal has a complicated history. It was adopted by American activist Allen Donaldson, who was a cousin of Malcolm X and later became an associate of Michael X. Hakim Abdullah Jamal (March 28, 1931 – May 1, 1973) wrote 'From the Dead Level,' a memoir of his life and memories of Malcol
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2021 was a weird year of highs and lows. Up there, the sessions at Abbey Road and the opportunity to live in Spain. But the album this track is taken from has also been written before, during and after the death of my parents, and though it isn't inspired by that, it's dedicated to people who care, about whoever, in whatever way. Particularly children. It started out when I was messing about with some chords used by Gil Scott-Heron and has morphed into something more modern, but with a distinct flavour of 70s American Jazz and Funk. It would be great if our friends could help us widen our audience in 2022 with a simple share or two. It ain't about money, but you work so hard on something you just want people to hear it. Peace.more
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Featuring the words of the great Malcolm X (cousin of the original Hakim Jamal), if there were such a thing as righteous disco, this is it. Dance music with a message. Taken from the forthcoming '20 Golden Greats.'more
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Taken from the forthcoming album 'When You Are What You Are', this is a trippy jazz number featuring scat vocals and double bass. For the chilled out folks.more
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