soul brother


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soul brother

n.
An African-American man or boy.

soul′ broth`er


n.
Informal.
a black man or boy.
[1955–60]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.soul brother - a fellow Black mansoul brother - a fellow Black man      
Black man - a man who is Black
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Get On Up is a handsome biopic directed by Tate Taylor (The Help), which charts the rise of soul brother James Brown against a backdrop of civil unrest.
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Band member Keith Richards said that no one saw this coming but Jagger has always been his soul brother and they are all feeling for him.
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Other books by Achebe include a collection of poetry: Beware, Soul Brother (1971), Christmas in Biafra (1973) and Morning Yet on Creation Day 1975.
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But rather than diminishing the medium, they elevate it, as in "The Kid With a Bike," another fest-ready, arthouse-bound neorealist snapshot that subtly echoes virtual soul brother Vittorio de Sica's "Shoeshine" and "Bicycle Thieves.
For Credit Roll, 2010, the artist painted the walls of the gallery's front room and hallway dark brown, then stenciled (in white) the titles of more than sixty blaxploitation films (the sheer proliferation of which is something of a revelation in itself)--not just classics such as Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Sung, Shaft, and Super Fly, but many more obscure ones too, including Cotton Comes to Harlem and Super Soul Brother.
JAMES BROWN Live At The Garden (Universal) ALTHOUGH the album purports to be soul brother Brown's step up to Madison Square Garden, it was actually recorded at a New Jersey nightclub in 1967 with fake applause and arena ambience added in the studio.
Ladies and gentlemen, I give you Soul Brother Number One, Mr Dynamite, The Hardest Working Man in Show Business, Minister of The New Super Heavy Heavy Funk, Mr Please Please Please himself, James Brown.