Curtis Mayfield - Supremely eloquent Soul and Consciousness.

Curtis Mayfield – Live At Marcus Garvey Center – 1984 – Nights At The Roundtable: Mini-Concert Edition

Curtis Mayfield - Supremely eloquent Soul and Consciousness.

Curtis Mayfield – Supremely eloquent Soul and Consciousness.

Click on the link here for Audio Player: CurtisMayfield1984-06MarcusGarveyCentreNottinghamUK

Something special tonight. Something for a special day. The legendary Curtis Mayfield in Concert at The Marcus Garvey Centre in London, recorded by the BBC in June of 1984.

As a powerful force in the world of Music, Mayfield was a catalyst in the raising of social consciousness in the 1960s and 70s. Beyond the string of  hit Soundtrack albums he was involved in, he also wrote and recorded some of the most memorable music of the time.

As a taste, or introduction if you’ve only heard about the Great Curtis Mayfield, but actually didn’t get to hear him live or are familiar with his music, this concert gives you some idea of what he was all about.

Here’s what’s on the player:

Curtis Mayfield – June, 1984 Nottingham, England

Marcus Garvey Centre

BBC Radio Broadcast


1. Mighty Mighty, Spade and Whitey

2. Gypsy Woman

3. All Night Long

4. People Get Ready

5. Superfly

6. Freddy’s Dead

7. Move On Up

8. We Gotta Have Peace


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2 Responses

  1. james fogarty says:

    mp3’s no longer go directly to itunes. Is it me or have things changed.

    • gordonskene says:

      iTunes has a prompt in their Preferences that asks if you want mp3’s to open in iTunes automatically, ask you first or ignore. At least that’s what my version says. Check your iTunes Preferences and see what it asks.