I'm not really qualified to call someone else's musical selections "too white" (my own collection is probably 95% whitefolks), but any 1971 mix that doesn't include "Theme From Shaft" is Damn Wrong.
In fairness, Scott's 1971 list does include a Led Zeppelin song originally by Memphis Minnie and a swaggery blues tune by the Stones, but it also includes "American Pie": a song that (other than one line about "the book of love") essentially denies the existence of black people in America!
How about some African-American Pie? 1971 was the high water year for funk, soul, Motown and other urban music forms. Here's a muxtube (collection of video links) with some of the best ones from 1971!
1971 - The Sounds That Went Down (Can You Dig It?)
- Theme From Shaft - Isaac Hayes
- Ain't No Sunshine - Bill Withers
- Family Affair - Sly & the Family Stone
- Groove Me - King Floyd
- Hot Pants - James Brown
- If You Really Love Me - Stevie Wonder
- Just My Imagination - The Temptations
- Let's Stay Together - Al Green
- Mercy Mercy Me - Marvin Gaye
- Mr. Big Stuff - Jean Knight
- Never Can Say Goodbye - Jackson Five
- One Less Bell To Answer - The Fifth Dimension
- Proud Mary - Ike & Tina Turner
- Respect Yourself - The Staple Singers
- Rock Steady - Aretha Franklin
- Smiling Faces Sometimes - The Undisputed Truth
- Stick Up - Honey Cone
- Trapped By A Thing Called Love - Denise LaSalle
- Treat Her Like A Lady - Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose
- What You See Is What You Get - The Dramatics