100 GIFTS YOU MUST GIVE FOR THE 2006 HOLIDAYS
Smooth jazz multi-instrument-
alist/singer Najee offers up
solid sets of groove based
tunes with talent on the flute,
alto & soprano saxophone.
Contemporary soprano sax
player whose work on this CD
elevates his theory of resolut-
ion in co-writing, producing,
arranging top notch stuff.
This lavish 1978 adaptation of the
classic tale The Wizard of Oz
features over 400 dancers, and is
a keepsake that unfortunately got
lost somewhere over the rainbow.
Unbelievable soul stirrin' &
jammin' mellow jazz added to
deep delicious baritone for a
classy invitation to fall into his
voice and relax. PROMISE!!
This fascinating film directorial
debut by Denzel Washington about
a young man's painful past and a
new hope is based on a true story
worthwhile to watch and own.
Coach Carter came to teach high
school boys and made them men
using a strict regime typified in
written contracts for respectful
behavior, good grades, and more.
12. THE FIGHTING TEMPTATONS DVD
Starring: Beyone Knowles, Cuba Gooding, Jr.,
Melba Moore, Ann Nesby, Mike Epps, Steve Harvey,
LaTanya Richardson, The OJAYS, Angie Stone,
Talent and enthusiasm by a terrific
cast, and some fabulous music
make this DVD full of joy and life.
This is off-the-chain hilarious
comedy in a feel good movie with a
genuine sweetness to it, to be enjoyed by the
whole family, for fun.
She appeared with Hamp at
the Inaugurations of
Presidents Reagan and Bush
and together recorded two
albums. The footage on the
DVD is to die-for.
In his prime he was one of Top 3
Hollywood's biggest box office stars.
Fans will want to add these 5 films (in
color) , from 1952-65, each making its
DVD debut in this collection.
In the late 70's & early 80's she was
the Toast of Broadway starring in
Fats Waller's musical "Ain't
Misbehavin", then American fell in
love with her in this hilarious series
8. THE COSBY SHOW TV on DVD
Season Two Debuted Sept 28, 1985
Starring: Bill Cosby, Keisha Knight
Pulliam, Phylicia Rashad, Lisa Bonet
Malcolm-Jamal Warner, Tempestt Bledsoe,
Clarice Taylor, Earle Hyman, Sabrina Le
Beauf, Allen Payne, Joe Williams.
Probably one of the most
talked about episodes
"Happy Anniversary" with
Rudy singing Bab baaaa.
This is the season.
22 episodes that displays
young people doing
something positive with
their lives and meeting the
challenges of college life.
This show made a huge impact on a
lot of young black men and women,
and their decision to go to college.
SEE IT! BUY IT! OWN IT!