Various – Money, Money, Money


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Folks, its all about the Dollar bill here. Everybody likes money or simply need greenbacks and Black Americans aint no different. This selection of songs from the Golden Age; performed by black artists are my personal faves about this subject. African Americans have had limited access to building wealth for generations. A closer look at wealth in America reveals staggering racial wealth disparities. For centuries, the struggle for African Americans to build, secure and maintain wealth has been ongoing in the United States. Many financial barriers began during slavery and continued after emancipation throughout the last 50 years. These barriers reduced Black and African Americans’ opportunities for creating wealth.

Track Listing:
1. Willie Jones: Where’s My Money -   2. The Penguins: Money Talks -   3. Sonny Boy Williamson: Ninety Nine -   4. The Poor Boys: (I’m Gonna) Spend My Money -   5. Freddie Carpenter: Money, Money, Money -   6. Jerry McCain: That’s What They Want -   7. Clyde McPhatter and The Drifters: Money Honey -   8. John Lee Hooker: I Need Some Money -   9. Jimmy Witherspoon: Money’s Getting Cheaper -   10. Georgia Lane : Get It -   11. Eugene Lee: Money Blues -   12. Dwight Duvoll: Get The Money -   13. Detroit Junior: Money Tree -   14. Moss Tolbert: Money In My Pocket -   15. Eddie Burns: (Don’t Be) Messing With My Bread -   16. Varetta Dillard: Send Me Some Money -   17. Wilbert Harrison and his Kansas City Playboys: Broke -   18. Memphis Minnie: Million Dollar Blues -   19. The Blue Diamonds: No Money -   20. Ray Charles: Greenbacks -   21. Pipes: Let Me Give You Money -   22. Big Buddy Lucus: Money, Money, Money -   23. The Clovers: You’re Cash Ain’t Nothing But Trash -   24. Lil’ Son Jackson: No Money -   25. Barrett Strong: Money (That’s What I Want) -   26. Johnny Ace: No Money -   27. Stick McGhee: Money Fever -   28. Camille Howard and Her Boyfriends: Money Blues -   29. King Perry Orchestra: Keep A Dollar In Your Pocket -   30. Billy Hamlin: If You Ain’t Got No Bread -