Many Washingtonians thought the designation was important because it preserves D. The sound of go-go originated from the guitarist and singer Chuck Brown Brown introduced the D.
While searching for a sound to call his own in the s, Chuck was deeply inspired by artists like James Brown. He latched onto the Latin percussion groove from the band he played with at the time, Los Latinos. Combining this with his roots, his love of blues, jazz, gospel, soul, and African rhythms, Chuck began to develop his own unique sound.
I first saw Chuck Brown in the summer of at an all-ages show at the Celebrity Hall not far from Howard University. During the day I was working as an apprentice labor organizer alongside a Chicano from West Berkeley and a Japanese American from Santa Cruz, and they had joined me that evening out of boredom. Looking back, the three of us must have presented a spectacle — three non-blacks from California five years above the median age. Earlier that week we had driven across the Anacostia River to knock on doors and leaflet residents in the weed-strewn projects of Southeast. The Celebrity Hall felt like somewhere else entirely — perhaps the vibrant Chocolate City that George Clinton had named. We were now in C. The kids were pointing and laughing and ribbing us. They asked if we were lost, where our cameras were, did we even know how to dance? We were amused.
Mormons who marry other Mormons in Mormon temples have a 6. Some say, they love wearing it, it gives them "protection from evil". There have been times in my marriage where I have been frustrated and angry by his lack of change.