Category: Alternative

8 thoughts on “ Swamp Dogg - The White Man Made Me Do It (CD, Album) ”

  1. As Swamp Dogg, Williams wrote crass The new album is a gear shift on the politics and faithful soul standards of Swamp Dogg’s last album, ’s The White Man Made Me Do It.
  2. Nov 18,  · The White Man Made Me Do It Swamp Dogg. Jerry Williams Jr. reinvented himself in the late ‘60s as Swamp Dogg, releasing the landmark album Total Destruction to Your Mind; it introduced the world to a smart, funny artist who wrote poignant, .
  3. Feb 06,  · That's as true today as it ever was. Dogg opens with a history lesson and a civics lecture on the opening track, "The White Man Made Me Do It" from which the album gets its title. He asserts 8/
  4. But Swamp is back and has hit the bullseye on the music al target with the White Man Made Me Do It. This album will be hailed by the world forever as the re-emergence of one of the baddest cats in the universe-Swamp Dogg. This package contains 14 brand new tracks and an excerpt from his forthcoming autobiography, KISS MY A*/5(9).
  5. As usual Swamp demonstrates his savage sense of humor and his instinctive aversion to hypocrisy. F ck The Bomb Stop The Drugs (Swamp Dogg). Synthetic World (Swamp Dogg). My life Ain't Nothing But A Blues Song (Swamp Dogg).
  6. The White Man Made Me Do It is Swamp Dogg's new album, and his first soul record in decades. Over the course of 14 songs, and with the help of a cast of veteran soul greats, the idiosyncratic performer re-captures the spirit of his 70's cult betcipigetithotapicumspenturnli.coinfo: ALIVE.
  7. Made Man by Silkk the Shocker (CD, , No Limit Records) CD IN CASE NO BOOK 05 - TRU - Swamp Nigga 06 - Silkk The Shocker ft. Master P - The Shocker 07 - Fiend - Talk It How I Bring It 08 - C-Murder ft. Master P & Mo B Dick - Makin' Moves 09 - C-Murder ft. Master P - Still Makin' Moves 10 - Snoop Dogg - Ghetto Symphony 11 - Mystikal - The Seller Rating: % positive.
  8. The White Man Made Me Do It is full of Swamp Dogg's thoughts on race, which is fitting for an album that was recorded in , a year that saw the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner bring a new urgency to America's discussion of the uneasy relationship between African-Americans, whites, and state power; while Swamp Dogg never mentions either case in his lyrics, he has plenty to say about Brand: Sdeg Records.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Theme Design & Developed By Themeseye