"The Louisville Lip (He's the greatest)" Eddie Curtis 1971 Tonight at ISFFA, where Art Loves Sport curated a sportart exhibition, part of the program is an Ode to Muhammad Ali. To get in the mood already Sportsong of the Week #61 is 'The Louisville Lip' from 1971 by Eddie Curtis. Memphis singer-songwriter Eddie Curtis used a funky blues track to tell Ali's story, with digs at Floyd Patterson, Liston and other Ali foes. The song came out in 1971, soon before Ali lost to Joe F
ISFFA have asked Martijn Pool, founder of Art Loves Sport, to curate a sportart exhibition during the film festival. For the film festival he used his artist network to assemble artworks with strong links to the movies shown during the festival. Be sure to come see the unique artworks with your own eyes at Ketelhuis during the festival! Click here for all information about the exhibition!
"Sporters" Lucky Fonz III 2016 Sportsong of the Week #60 already today! This weeks sportsong is a Dutch one by the musician that goes by the name of Lucky Fonz III. It's called 'Sporters' and is a critique on athletes who after their playing career want to give back to their old neighbourhood! It makes him cry haha Full Lyrics "Sporters" - Lucky Fonz III Sporters die zich inzetten voor de buurt waar ze vandaan komen
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"I Think I Can Beat Mike Tyson" Dj Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince 1989 Sometime you just get so happy when you discover a new sportsong! If Sportsong of the Week #59 doesn't make you smile I don't know what will. It's 'I Think I Can Beat Mike Tyson' by DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince. 'I Think I Can Beat Mike Tyson' was the first single taken from DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince's third studio album, And in This Corner…. The song was released as a single in late 1989. This