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Ethan Alvin Hill
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About Me
I'm a gentleman until I'm angered.
I was a Black Arts Movement advocate as a boy, and a fine arts advocate as an adult.
I am arrogant and I am humble.
I am curved and I am straight.
Find a better rather than a bitter job.
Favorite bands:
Whatever my nephew's band might be; Sly and the Family Stone; Bad Brains; Kristeen Young; Talking Heads; TVOTR; Velvet Underground; David Bowie; John Coltrane; Charles Ives; Iggy Pop; Philip Glass; Jimi Hendrix; Konk; X; James Brown; Miles Davis; Parliament/Funkadelic; Betty Davis; Grace Jones; Tony Visconti: Panic At The Disco; Public Enemy; Saul Williams; James Chance and the Contortions - James White and the Blacks; Maurice and the Zodiac; Chuck Berry; Charles Mingus; Ornette Coleman; Plasmatics; Louis Armstrong's Hot Five and Hot Seven bands; Hank Williams III; Hank Williams.
Favorite movies:
No Way To Treat A Lady (I was an extra, along with my younger brother); Hurricane Season (nephew had a major role); She's Gotta Have It; Scarface (with Al Pacino- not the orginal); The Man Who Fell To Earth; Fight Club; Seven Beauties; Dog Day Afternoon; Little Caesar; Pulp Fiction; Woodstock 1970 (just Sly and the Family Stone's performance: Rose Stone with hair the color no Black woman has naturally, copied by Mary J . Blige (Rose and Janet Jackson know feelings we don't want to know); Cynthia and Jerry playing horns that bruce springsteen's horn guy could never match (much less Miles Davis and John Coltrane);and Freddie and Larry "duck-walking" in honor of Chuck Berry); Empire (Warhol); Bell, Book and Candle; The Birds; Stop Making Sense; The Apartment; Apocalypse Now; Last Tango In Paris; Natural Born Killers.
Favorite books:
Their Eyes Were Watching God; Urban Blues; Simple Justice; the sound i saw; Southern Road; Black Music; Webster's; New Deal or Raw Deal; The Bluest Eye.
Favorite Magazines:
Economist; Poetry.
Favorite TV shows:
I avoid television
television avoids me
too many brown-eyed
too many blue-eyed
fictions for me.
Relationship status:
Question For Bands: Genre?
Blues-based anything.
Band Question - Band Members:
My mind and my ears.
Band Question - Sounds like:
My criticisms of consumer culture.
Band Question - Musical Influences:
Grand tour of African musics in the Americas.

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The 21st century conservative

Posted on July 27, 2011 at 9:53pm 0 Comments

Liberalism is bankrupt and bankrupting the United States of America.

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At 8:50am on December 27, 2011, i am isis said…

greets! been a minute since i've logged in but just saw ur note... thanks so much for the kind words! hope all is well this holiday season.. #happymerry :)

At 2:58pm on November 11, 2011, Sheila Jackson said…
I am still hard at work on my doc about black women in rock. Just started a community for black wmn in rock and their fans. Join us at
At 10:14pm on October 11, 2011, blackstardust said…
thanks. yes it is! & nah, we're not too much trouble at all! ;-)
At 10:43am on August 4, 2011, Fashionfreak said…

i agree. it's like that show bad girls club....what have those girls done to  be considered bad? spit in other girl's faces, gossip, fight people, wear tight ass clothes showing their breasts. yet they have done nothing in the big scheme of things other than show themselves for a couple bucks...quite pussy (no pun intended) in my opinion because you are allowing someone to make a fool of yourself which means you aren't a leader so you're a sucker. that's not really a bad girl...

as far as black women always given the whore reputation they actually do it to themselves. it's one thing for ppl to slap a stereotype on you but it's another to live up to it.

At 6:41pm on July 31, 2011, Brown Kitsune said…

lol thanks and you have a killer night also


At 2:24pm on July 31, 2011, Fashionfreak said…
oh wow i hate that song lol
At 3:56pm on July 29, 2011, Fashionfreak said…
true! I think we have the lost the true definition of what it means to be a 'bad girl' and simply base it around aesthetics or a nasty ass attitude.
At 4:20pm on July 26, 2011, JoJo Gunn aka Johnny B. Civil said…
Whats up bro, man I love Chuck, something about his style and sound, beyond cool...He deserves a national monument for what he brought to the entire world...I agree Keith is  direct descendant in rock n roll guitar style, man I'm not sure when I'll be playing in NYC but it will soon come... and you will def hear some C Berry stylings.Thanks for the support
At 6:00pm on July 24, 2011, Brown Kitsune said…
yes yes, energy is a big part of it but that energy is the next step after realization. Most ppl who go by a stereotype truly believe it is true because they were brain washed into excepting and thinking its right. once you realize that something is wrong then youll need energy to challenge the idea and have the will to stick by your conclusion even when others around you think another way. This is easier said then done and its something that doesnt happen over night.
At 4:43pm on July 14, 2011, JoJo Gunn aka Johnny B. Civil said…
Thanks for the add bro!


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