“A Family Conversation” is a storytelling audio series that features weekly discussions between blogging cousins LadyG and Ron Brown on current events along with favorite posts from each other’s blog.
Very strong adult language
Caution: This is a long one
In this post, the cousins are talking about:
- Partying in a hole in the wall with NO floor in the back of Alabama
- Costee J McNair– DJ extraordinaire
- Shanghai and big cousins blocking
- LadyG causes a ruckus at the club
- Vanity vs Mary Jane Girl
- James Mtume is deep go Google him
- Back to Mary Jane Girls
- “Daddy, how you know that song?”
- “Doo Doo Brown”
- Uncle Charlie…and The GAP Band (Acronym for Greenwood, Archer and Pine streets in Tulsa, Oklahoma) aka “Black Wall Street”
- Tell me if you still care….Ron “hangs out” with a friend
- The Lord giveth us thine BASS!
- Kashif and the Unsung curse
- Sentence fragments in music
- Heffa is the highest of compliments for a singer from Black people
- Ron places “The Manhattans” in yearbook stone
- Aretha tells you ALLLLLLLL something
- Atomic dog and them Q-Dogs
- The Isley’s were the shit and Chris Jasper was that guy! An innovator!
- Ron’s voice, Ernie’s guitar and Chris Jasper’s classical training and composing make The Isley Brother’s sound
- Otis Day and The Nights
- Animal house was funny until it wasn’t–yeah, we see you
- The New Edition movie was good as hell
- In ‘83 nobody cared about your grief, counselors be damned!
- Gramp takes Ron’nem on a trip and ruins donuts forever!
- Tack doesn’t want any death on his food!
- Music is memory
- Music therapy–fine, but give me R&B
- There’s a deep and important memory locked in the second verse of…
- He liked-ded it!
Thanks for joining us on this trip.
Be here next Friday for an all new conversation with your favorite crazy ass Georgia cousins!
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