The Roots were one of the most popular bands in America in the mid-1960s.
They were the first rock & roll group to achieve success.
They released four albums and won a Grammy for Best New Artist in 1967.
They had a big hit single, “Love Is All Around.”
In 1980, the band made its long-awaited return to the studio, recording a new album called This Is How we Won.
Their sound had changed and was much different from their 1960s incarnation.
But they didn’t give up on the music.
In 1982, they released The Roots: Live in Concert, a collection of live performances of their most famous hits.
The album has sold over 1.5 million copies and has been nominated for four Grammy Awards.
It won Best Pop Album in 1986, Best Alternative Album in 1994, Best Rock Album in 2000 and Best Folk Album in 2003.
The album was nominated for five Grammy Awards: Best Album of the Year, Best Folk, Best Country and Best Rock.
It’s been 20 years since the Roots released their last album, the critically acclaimed, and commercially successful 1985 album A Tribe Called Quest.
Now, 30 years later, the group is making another big splash with a new record called The Roots Are Back, which will be released on April 17, 2017.
The Roots have made it clear they’re excited to bring back the old magic.
They’ve talked about how they will have their own show at the Kennedy Center and how they are taking the stage at the White House and playing at the Pentagon.
They even made it their mission to bring all of the music from the album back to life, and to put it on tape.
The original album has been in the vault for decades and has never been released.
So for the new album, we are putting all the recordings that we have into a special archive that will be put on permanent release.
There are a lot of things we’ll be releasing on this new record, but I can tell you one thing: it’s going to be different than anything else.
It was a big moment for the Roots to be able to play again in the studio.
The old studio was built for a movie, and the old studio walls were made of marble.
But it was an entirely different studio.
There was a new sound engineer in the recording room who was completely different from the guys who worked in the old studios.
And that was something that was very exciting to us, because it meant that the old sounds would be preserved.
The band went into the studio at 7 a.m. on a Saturday, April 5, 1985, just a few weeks before the release of A Tribe Named Quest.
They played a set at the Lincoln Center, and we spent a lot more time there in the studios.
We played a lot longer, and it was very nice to play at Lincoln Center because the venue was big, and there was a lot going on, and you could feel it in the crowd.
It didn’t get too much attention when we played at Lincoln Hall, but there were a lot who came from out of town, and they were really excited about it.
There were a couple of hundred people, but it was so big, people were standing at the door.
And I remember that the studio was completely empty.
And the studio door had no doors.
It was like a big warehouse, and I remember thinking, “Oh, this is a very exciting sound.”
I remember getting up and walking into the room, and this huge black man with a black wig standing there.
I remember walking up to him, and he said, “Yo, I’m here to help you with this record.”
He put his hand on my shoulder and I said, ‘What are you doing?’
And he said he wanted to come in.
We talked a lot, and then he started playing his drums and I was like, “Whoa, dude.
This is crazy.
I’m in the room with you.
I got this.”
And then we went out there and played for about 10 minutes.
It felt like we were going to die.
Then, he started coming in.
The studio was so quiet.
He just started playing.
And then, I was in the back, and somebody was saying, “Are you all right?
You look like you’ve got a cold.”
And I said yes, I’ve got this.
It didn’t hurt at all.
And he was like: “Yo.
Are you feeling okay?
Are you OK?”
And I’m like, ‘Yes.’
And then he turned to me and said, “‘Are you ready to sing?'”
And I was thinking, Wow, this guy’s not even playing his instruments.
He’s just sitting there playing.
I was really, really, like, Wow.
And so, that’s when he came in.
And that’s how we recorded our first song, “Somewhere Over the Rainbow.”
We recorded that song in the rehearsal room