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Tuesday, February 2, 2016
Are you ready for the Wild Crazy Ride of the Marvin X Experience? BAM! BAM!
Marvin X at University of Chicago Conference for Black Arts Movement Master Musician Sun Ra's 101st Earthday
Marvin X and Master Musician Sun Ra at Marvin's Black Educational Theatre, San
Francisco, CA 1972. Sun Ra arranged the musical version of Marvin's
Flowers for the Trashman, retitled Take Care of Business. Both also
lectured at the University of California, Berkeley in Black Studies,
The Black Arts Movement Poet's Choir and Arkestra at the University of California, Merced
50th Anniversary celebration of the Black Arts Movement, 2014, produced by Kim McMillan
and Marvin X.
BAM poet Marvin X with his Poet's Choir and Arkestra, featuring David
Murray and Earle Davis, all three were associated with San Ra. This
performance is from Oakland's Malcolm X Jazz/Art Festival, 2014
photo Adam Turner
BAM Poet's Choir and Arkestra at Malcolm X Jazz Festival, 2014
Adam Turner photo collage
Marvin X reading, accompanied by his favorite musician, violinist Tarika Lewis