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#Statue, #Woman, #Goddess, #Standing, #steatopygous #breasts, #belly, #hips, #buttocks, # #pubic #triangle, #mammoth #ivory, #23000BCE, #Russia, #Bryansk, #Khotylyovo-2. Part of the bust and belly has peeled off, along a natural crack in the tusk. Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography, Moscow.

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Afeni Shakur was rounded up along with the rest of the Panther 21 in 1970 as part of a government raid intended to break the Black Panther Party. She and the others were found innocent after spending several years in prison. In 1971, while incarcerated, she gave birth to Tupac Shakur.

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Painter/writer Jan Cremer, browsing his collection of Ray Charles albums (1963). Photo by Ronald Sweering.

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Ray Charles at Carnegie Hall, 1966. Photo by Bill Ray (who probably personally made this handprint).

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Ray Charles, protected (or attacked?) by bouncers (or jazz fans?) while leaving (or entering?) Jerry Brandt's Ritz Disco in New York, just before (or after?) a concert on July 31, 1980. "The club, with a capacity of about 1,000 patrons, has been attracting near capacity crowds since the inception of its new live music policy". Photo by Allan Tannenbaum.

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Poster for a "Mid Summer Soul Revue"-themed concert with Ray Charles, Stevie Wonder, Brenda & The Tribulations, Bob Brady & The Concords at the Civic Center in Baltimore MD on Luly 23, 1967.

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Ray Charles, performing. Photo by Mike Miller.

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James and David Baldwin, Saint-Paul-de-Vence, c 1980.

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Ray Charles, dancing at Stockholm Jazz & Blues Festival on July 6, 1993. Photo by Anders Kallersand.

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Portrait of Bill Evans (1964). Shot in France by Jean-Pierre Leloir.

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Ray Charles, guesting at Barbra Streisand's 5th TV Specal. Recorded in UK, first aired on November 2, 1973. Photo (c) NBC (possibly by Steve Schapiro).

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Article from Jazz Magazine, December 1961 about Ray Charles, "governing Paris for 6 days" (in October that year).

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French record store, promoting Ray Charles albums (early 1960s).

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One of the best Ray Charles portraits ever, by Rodger Beltran, shot at The Stone in San Francisco, on April 25 or 26, 1980.

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Frank Zappa in his Studio City home in 1989

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Vernita Moss at the Hampton Jazz Fest on June 28, 1969. Photo by Bea Kopp.

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Larry Gatlin, Lynn Anderson, and Ray Charles in the TV-show "The Unbroken Circle - A Tribute to Mother Maybelle Carter", taped in Nashville, aired on November 28, 1979.

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Painter/writer Jan Cremer, browsing his collection of Ray Charles albums (1963). Photo by Ronald Sweering.

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"In my youth, violence became my enemy. Photography, writing, music and film are the weapons I use against it". Self portrait by Gordon Parks.

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Ray Charles, portrait by Michel Comte.

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Poster for a "Mid Summer Soul Revue"-themed concert with Ray Charles, Stevie Wonder, Brenda & The Tribulations, Bob Brady & The Concords at the Civic Center in Baltimore MD on Luly 23, 1967.

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Ray Charles in concert, c. 1976. Photo by John Maginnis.

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Ray Charles in concert at the Folkspark in Åhus on July 5, 1992. Photo by Bitte Yue/Pica.

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Ray Charles, just after landing at Arlanda Airport on April 26, 1967, for concerts at the Kungliga Tennishallen (26th) and the Stadteater in Malmö (27th).

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Ray Charles, c. 2002. Photo by Studio Harcourt, Paris.

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[Spring of] 1956 'blank' window card for a Ray Charles dance gig, probably at The Black Nest in Nashville.

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Ray Charles, guesting at Barbra Streisand's 5th TV Specal. Recorded in UK, first aired on November 2, 1973. Photo (c) NBC (possibly by Steve Schapiro).

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French record store, promoting Ray Charles albums (early 1960s).

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Stan Laurel, grabbing his Oscar in 1961.

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Bernt Karlsson's photo of Ray Charles in concert - probably at Gröna Lund Tivoli in Stockholm, on July 30, 1964.

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Vernita Moss at the Hampton Jazz Fest on June 28, 1969. Photo by Bea Kopp.

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Larry Gatlin, Lynn Anderson, and Ray Charles in the TV-show "The Unbroken Circle - A Tribute to Mother Maybelle Carter", taped in Nashville, aired on November 28, 1979.

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Ray Charles at Carnegie Hall, 1966. Photo by Bill Ray (who probably personally made this handprint).

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Back row: Man Ray, Jean Arp, Yves Tanguy and André Breton. Front row: Tristan Tzara, Salvador Dalí, Paul Eluard, Max Ernst and Rene Crevel. Photo by Man Ray, Paris 1930.

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Ray Charles, performing. Photo by Mike Miller.

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Ray Charles in concert, c. 1976. Photo by Photos by John Maginnis.

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Ray Charles in concert at the Folkspark in Åhus on July 5, 1992. Photo by Bitte Yue/Pica.

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Ray Charles, just after landing at Arlanda Airport on April 26, 1967, for concerts at the Kungliga Tennishallen (26th) and the Stadteater in Malmö (27th).

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[Spring of] 1956 'blank' window card for a Ray Charles dance gig, probably at The Black Nest in Nashville.

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Article from Jazz Magazine, December 1961 about Ray Charles, "governing Paris for 6 days" (in October that year).

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French record store, promoting Ray Charles albums (early 1960s).

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Billy Moore, Ray Charles' drummer, 1965 - 1968 (and still going strong).

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Rosetta Tharpe sings in a studio for a televised performance, c. 1950. Photo by Gerard Landau.

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