HEAVY funk cut featuring the vocal skills of Zilla Florine Mays. Singer, Radio Dj and respected community leader out of Atlanta GA. The FIRST african-american female radio announcer in GA and only the THIRD in the United States. This piece is a 1968 version, of an Allen Toussaint song. Recorded and released on the BIG mans Tou-Sea label.
“The object before us, to begin with, material production….
Individuals producing in society, (hence socially determined individual production), is, of course, the point of departure.
In this society of free competition, the individual appears detached from the natural bonds etc. which in earlier historical periods make him the accessory of a definite and limited human conglomerate.
The more deeply we go back into history, the more does the individual, and hence also the producing individual, appear as dependent, as belonging to a greater whole: in a still quite natural way in the family and in the family expanded into the clan [Stamm]; then later in the various forms of communal society arising out of the antitheses and fusions of the clan.”