We Care. Do You?? (Part 1)

This documentary is an exploration of the role of DC’s go go community in helping to stem the violence in Washington’s neighborhoods and help spread a positive message to the city’s youth. Working with the Metropolitan Police Department, various members of the go go scene offered their insights and thoughts on the ways that they can help reduce these issues. Includes appearances by Chuck Brown, Raheem Devaughn, Sugar Bear, Lil Benny, Chucky Thompson, Binta Campbell, Rick Ross, Mike Love, and others. Note that this is Part 1 of two parts Continue reading We Care. Do You?? (Part 1)

Mother’s Finest Live “Baby Love”

Mother’s Finest the funk rock band was founded in Atlanta, Georgia by Joyce Kennedy and Glenn Murdock in the early 1970s.  Notable partly because they are an “interracial” rock group from the US South. Their music was a blend of funky rhythm, heavy guitars and expressive rock singing. Their debut album Mother’s Finest from 1976 today is a rare collector’s piece and contained with the ironic song “Nigizz Can’t Sing Rock’n Roll” (although they were criticized for it by an important religious leader and dropped it from their live concerts). In the summer of 1977, they opened for The Who … Continue reading Mother’s Finest Live “Baby Love”


This is an excerpt taken from the TMOTTGoGo DVD Magazine — 2003 HOLY SMOKE — IT’S SOULO!!! In this excerpt, Filmmakers Kato & Weaze took a trip to the Takoma Station to catch a live performance by SOULO Band, and caught up with percussionist, Smoke, to question his authority. This was his response. TMOTTGoGo DVD Magazine was originally released in 2003. This was the only DVD Magazine released by TMOTTGoGo, as well as the very first Go-Go DVD Magazine to ever be released. More clips to come. Continue reading HOLY SMOKE — IT’S SOULO!!!