You ain't no tourist and Harlem ain't for sightseeing Brother

Late 1970's jazz song with man reciting a poem with jazz music in the background and female's harmonizing in the background played on WHUR radio in Wash. DC sounds like the group The Last Poets Lyrics ... Joe Joe be's no instant Negro his development took over four hundred years he was first to be stamped made in USA his Momma was more militant tan he was Joe Joe is back and he'll catch all the new Joe Joe's as they wonder in and out and with fan like whisper say You ain't no tourist and Harlem ain't for sightseeing Brother.

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