Guess Who's Coming to Radio??!!
A show with a goal to address the sociopolitical issues pertaining to Afrikan peoples in this country (black people), from a younger person's perspective.
The discussions will be combined with positive and political music of various genres, as composed and performed by a long line of descendants. It will feature book highlights, guests who contribute to pro-activity in their respective communities and an opportunity for the listening community to become involved in conversations, by calling in. Let's liberate our minds through the airwaves!!
here is the full interview we did with randall sullivan, author of untouchable: the strange life and tragic death of michael jackson. sullivan is also the author of the price of experience and the miracle detective. he was an editor at rolling stone magazine for over 20 years.
how i view michael certainly appears to be different than how mr. sullivan views him (i mean, he is my teacher! everyone who knows me already knows my perspective). however, i cannot take away whatever experience he has had, because it's his. i consider my experience with mr. sullivan to have been quite positive and educational.
- Title: an interview/conversation with randall sullivan, author of 'untouchable'
- Length: 57:23 minutes (52.54 MB)
- Format: MP3 Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)
i grew up on vinyl since i was in my mother's womb... when i became conscious of what the physical format of vinyl actually was, i recognized that this medium which stored sounds was a healing mechanism- it was used to calm the soul after a fight, or just to recapture memories.
i used to purchase music on my own all the time, but it wasn't until i was 15 years old when i truly started seriously COLLECTING vinyl. some time after this initial point my first musical teacher (after my mother) was a man named pat. longo; he was quite patient with me as i sat wide-eyed and eager, simply listening to him share information and histories of different record labels. he'd wax poetic on the mechanisms of certain producers, arrangers and artists. it was the first time i had actually heard someone speak in depth about the SCIENCE of music- i was hooked for life. he'd put that needle on the first track and INSTANTLY knew what i liked. the shop he worked at (owned by the inimitable robert cohen), finyl vinyl, was filled with internationally known producers and DJs, as well as long-time music enthusiasts. i will always love and honor him for teaching me and making me feel welcome in this world- and we are still friends today, after almost 20 years.
in 2009, pat. was featured in a site called called dust and grooves, dedicated to featuring vinyl enthusiasts and collectors. he introduced me to the 'curator' of the site, eilon paz, who has started a kickstarter page to raise money for a book he is self-publishing. paz describes himself as having:
"moved to Brooklyn, NY in 2008 after having a successful career as a photographer in Israel. I decided to move to NY to evolve, expand, and progress as a professional photographer. As a working photographer, I was always on the look out for personal projects to nourish my creativity, and since I’m primarily a portrait photographer, I was looking for a subject matter that will fulfill my passion for photography and music. I was always collecting records, but back home it was very limited. When I arrived to NY suddenly the sky was the limit. People were digging for vinyl records everywhere. It suddenly made sense that there is a whole scene here that could and should be documented. This gave me a whole new inspiration for a personal project."
as a person who is a collector of vinyl (who is obsessed with looking at others' collections), as well as a person who has majored in photograhy (i studied under the great jazz photographer roy decarava); paz' project is something which intrigues me. it was definitely a pleasure to speak with him, as it's easy to feel the passion in which he feels for his work.
take a listen, watch and enjoy. and check out what the kickstarter project (which ends 10 august 1012) entails, as well as paz' dust and grooves site.
(note: all images/videos are copyrighted to eilon paz and dust & grooves...)
- Title: a conversation with eilon paz of dust & grooves
- Length: 25:11 minutes (23.05 MB)
- Format: MP3 Mono 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)
i have had another fortunate experience to have experienced another- i'll just say it- student of michael... it's a very lonely place out there for people who are truly serious about studying the teacher. even though my focus has more to do with michael OUTSIDE of performance; whenever i see others who have a keen intrerest in what the teachings mean, i feel compelled to contact them.
moses harper is such a person. when i saw her dancing (she won the apollo over, and if you know anything about the apollo, then you know that it's a tough crowd), i saw there was an element to her that i rarely, if ever, see in others who dedicate their lives to 'michaeldance'- she put HERSELF in it. with that, i knew there was more to her than just michael. you see, to be a student of michael, it's important to be a well-rounded person. i say this because the teachings go far beyond michael's physical casing. he just happened to be here on earth, and was one of the few who truly embodied the teachings. we all have the ability to, but many of us are scared.
what are the teachings? moses and i discuss some of the elements of the teachings... the basis of our conversation has to do with michael; we also speak on sociopolitical issues, art and culture.
who is moses harper? moses has dedicated her life to the teachings, not only through dance, but through speaking engagements, working with the youth, poetry, hip hop and film production and direction. she has a BA in music (majoring in studio composition) from SUNY purchase; and is involved with 'thrill the world NYC' (you know, the event had all around the world annually, where thousands of people do the 'thriller' dance all at once). she is the director of a film called 'love fit to box', a story following a journey of two siblings: a brother and a sister (who has made the decision to tell her family she was gay). the brother looks within himself to see things from his sister's perspective.
he decided to look at 'the man in the mirror'. you see? the teachings are everywhere.
for more information on moses harper, or to contact her, you can find her here:
(note: this is part one of 3 of the conversation)
- Length: 57:45 minutes (52.87 MB)
- Format: MP3 Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)
- Length: 39:43 minutes (36.36 MB)
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- Length: 9:04 minutes (8.3 MB)
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i first saw this incredibly beautiful woman on youtube, speaking of health, inside and out, and connecting it with the womb. nubia sutton was her name, and instantly i felt compelled to connect with her. how often does one feel compelled to connect with someone they see on a video? i don't know the answer to that (besides energy); i know for me, it is very rare. i am completely fortunate that i did make that decision to make the steps to reach her. when we spoke, immediately we connected- not only due to our both growing up in brooklyn, new york; but also in our desire to seek truth through learning and sharing information and pro-activity.
in this conversation we speak on herbs and medicines, self-healing, food/diet, spirituality and religion, connection to the ancestors, hair, and more!
here are a few of her videos:
here is the story of how she came to connect with a raw food diet:
and here is sister nubia's site:
- Length: 71:56 minutes (65.85 MB)
- Format: MP3 Mono 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)
we spoke with alicia jackson and ahjamu umi on the 'foreclosure movement' in portland, oregon, particularly as it pertains to afrikan/black people... what are some pro-active steps to take regarding this issue?
to seek information, go to:
and if you are in the process of getting your home foreclosed on- or if you've been a victim of foreclosure, there is a form to fill out here:
- Length: 41:16 minutes (94.44 MB)
- Format: MP3 Stereo 44kHz 320Kbps (CBR)
Portland-based Patrick Lamb, on Friday the 17th of February, will be honouring the greatest- STEVIE WONDER- at Jimmy Mak's (at both 7:30 and 10 pm)!!! To make the evening even more special, Nate Watts and Tyrone Hendrix (STEVIE'S bassist and drummer, respectively) will be there to bring their joy... Here, we speak with Mr. Lamb about the show and those who are involved; as well as what STEVIE means to him, amongst other things.
“One of the best instrumentalists I’ve ever worked with..” ~Bobby Caldwell
“Patrick Lamb’s playing and singing are simply fabulous!” ~Two–Time Grammy Winning Diane Schuur
Patrick is one of those extraordinary performers who combine raw talent, and energy with a singular ability to captivate an audience with his charm, sincerity and pure magnetism. His focus as a songwriter and performing artist is “Old School“ R&B, Soul. He combines the influences of Funk, Soul, R&B, and a flavor of Jazz to create his own unique sound as a performer and a songwriter.
Born in Jackson, Mississippi, Patrick began paying his dues by playing roadhouse music as a teenager in the rural south when he heard the evocative sounds of James Brown, Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles, and Wilton Felder, of the Crusaders. He immersed himself in the music of these great artists and began to discover his own sound as both a musician and performer. In the eighties his father, a high school science teacher, took the family to Portland, Oregon. Once there, Patrick’s playing and singing were developing into a formidable career, which began at the early age of 16. Although having lived in the NW, Patrick found a way to infuse his southern roots and influences into his development as a musician, songwriter and performer.
Patrick accepted early on in his career, in the 90’s, the opportunity to perform and tour with Concord Recording Artist & GRAMMY -winner Diane Schuur. In addition to touring with Ms. Schuur, he recently joined legendary R&B vocalists Bobby Caldwell and Gino Vannelli to tour worldwide. Patrick has been honored with numerous awards starting with an acclaimed best soloist performance at the Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival, resulting in a performance with Lionel Hampton. He has won 3 Muddy awards voted on by the NW music community, and recently was a finalist in the Rockstar Mix It Up contest. In addition, to his music based awards, Patrick’s production company was given the Spirit of Portland & the Caring Heart award for his contributions giving back to the community. In 1996 and 1997 Patrick was invited to perform at the White House during the holiday Congressional VIP Tours and was in attendance at “The Peace on Earth Celebration,” leading to a meeting with President Clinton. Patrick has been solidly and consistently recognized by his peers and community as a world class talent.
Over the past few years Patrick has been focusing on his own recording career as both a songwriter and performer. He recently completed five studio albums and produced an award winning show “Let The Good Times Roll, A Tribute To Ray Charles.” A Tribute To Ray Charles, debuted at the 2005 Safeway Waterfront Blues Festival and the 15 piece big band All-star group released a CD produced by Lamb at the 2006 festival during the tributes encore performance. The tribute has received stellar reviews both regionally and nationally, and the show opened the 2007-08 Oregon Symphony Pops season.
Patrick completed work on his latest solo project, ‘Soul Of A Free Man’ which was released, in Spring 2007. Patrick’s new solo vocal CD bridges together his love of Funk, “Old School” R&B, Soul, Jazz and his southern roots. This CD was co-written with long time friend, singer-songwriter Lee Garrett, whose songwriting credits include ‘Sign Sealed Delivered,’ ‘Isn’t She Lovely,’ ‘I Just Called To Say I Love You’ and more!
In addition to these two projects Patrick finished work on a vocal duet and instrumental CD with nine-time Emmy award winning producer John Henry, and three-time Emmy nominated singer songwriter Patsy Meyer. This project was released in late Spring of 2007. Patrick’s final release in 2007 was with Michael Allen Harrison titled “At Midnight.”
Patrick has appeared on other recordings with Gino Vannelli, Jeff Lorber, Tom Grant, Eddie Martinez, Dave Weckel, Nathan East, Ricky Lawson, ‘Little John’ Roberts, Alex Al, Bill Cunliffe, Tony Madian, Curt Bisquera, Herman Jackson, Mel Brown, Marlon McClain, Nate Phillips, The Crazy 8’s, George Mitchell, Dan Balmer, Paul deLay, John Raymond, Paul Jackson Jr., Tony Gable, and many others.
Patrick also demonstrates a deep sense of community awareness and civic responsibility. He has performed for numerous fund- raisers to raise consciousness about the loss of funding for the arts in public schools. In addition, he has been involved with major civic efforts to raise money for the America Diabetes Association, Oregon Food Bank, the American Cancer Society, Doernbecher Children’s Hospital, The Christie School, ALS Association of Oregon and SW Washington. One can’t help but be moved by the huge heart of this young man as it comes though in his civic awareness…and in his exuberant energy to entertain and uplift people.
shafia is "a cerified midwife, an international doula trainer, founder of the international center for traditional childbearing (ICTC), president of sistah midwife international, and an advisory member for the oregon islamic chaplains organization". she recently held a 'muslim women's doula training' in order to "address the unique needs of the muslim community and to increase the number of muslim doulas."
the address for ICTC is 2823 n. rosa parks way; the web address is at ictcmidwives.org.
- Length: 25:44 minutes (23.56 MB)
- Format: MP3 Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)
DISCLAIMER: THIS INTERVIEW HAS LANGUAGE AND CONTENT SOME MAY DEEM OBJECTIONABLE. MUCH DISCRETION IS ADVISED.
what exactly can one say about alexyss k tylor, without stumbling into utter cliche or travelling into euphemism (for those 'sensitive' folk)? the truth is, you have to meet her to figure out a word for yourself.
at all points undefinable and inimitable by ANY basic term, atlanta, georgia-based ms. alexyss k tylor is not one who plays around. you have got to get your act (and your words) together when speaking with her. even with someone like me who does radio, admittedly this is not always easy. one interview with this laconic (and ICONIC, to a growing number of people) woman is never going to capture her range- the humor, the warmth, and the love for what she does. what you ALWAYS get though, is her brand of truth and conviction. some may see it as brash, vulgar or 'politically incorrect' but it is a truth she stands firm in. and that is phenomenally admirable.
known mostly as a 'sex guru', ms. tylor is the author of 'spiritual sexuality' and 'vagina power' (which is also the name of the movement she has prompted); she also has a(n) (inter)nationally-recognized television program. she speaks candidly about spiritual sexuality, as well as political issues affecting us.
this is from alexyss' youtube page:
"She is the author of spiritual sexuality vagina power, as well as a talk show host of VPOWER with Alexyss K Tyler!!! She talks about spiritual sexuality vagina power, penis power, sperm power. so many women are used, abused and really misunderstand the power of sex and the beauty of the vagina. we are a sacred temple of divine creation and i am so honored to be a woman and so honored by the women that want to learn about the power of our body. teaches about sex chakras, the auric field and how to use them to reach ultimate orgasms."
at the end of the interview (part 2), ms. tylor has mentioned ways to contact her.
if you have never seen any videos of this stunningly beautiful woman, i suggest you check them out... as i said, there are no words i could write here that would even describe her.
all i will say is that it was an honor to speak with her.
- Title: interview with alexyss k tylor, of vpowerTV (part one)!!!
- Length: 12:03 minutes (11.04 MB)
- Format: MP3 Mono 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)
|STEVIE WONDER||angie girl||my cherie amour||tamla|
|eddie harris||theme in search of a movie||the electrifying eddie harris||atlantic|
|rotary connection||memory band||rotary connection||cadet concept|
|earth, wind & fire||seraphim||spirit||columbia|
|rotary connection||respect||songs||cadet concept|
|marlena shaw||california soul||the spice of life||cadet|
|the dells||make sure||chess|
|ramsey lewis and earth, wind & fire||sun goddess||sun goddess||columbia|
|ramsey lewis||ode||maiden voyage||cadet|
|earth, wind & fire||spirit||spirit||columbia|
|terry callier||i'd rather be with you||what color is love||cadet|
|deniece williams||free||this is niecey||columbia|
|chaka khan||love has fallen on me||chaka||warner bros.|
|muddy waters||herbert harpers free press||electric mud||cadet concept|
|andrea davis||you gave me soul||chess|
|billy stewart||'ol man river||chess|
|rotary connection||i am the black gold of the sun||hey love||chess|
this was a show to honor and celebrate the life of charles stepney, one of the greatest arrangers and producers whe ever lived... he was most famous for working with artists such as minnie ripperton and earth, wind & fire. he also worked as an A&R for chess records for a time, and did the arrangements on muddy waters' controvercial (now deemed cult) album, 'electric mud'. also, there was a portion of a speech angela davis made in february at reed college. she spoke about the prison industrial system and how it plays out in this age.
|gary byrd & STEVIE WONDER||the crown||wondirection|
|STEVIE WONDER||fingertips||the 12 year old genious||tamla|
|earl van dyke/funk brothers||he was really sayin' somethin'||a cellarful of motown||motown|
|mary wells||my guy||best of||motown|
|martha reeves and the vandellas||motoring||gold||hip-o/motown|
|the sisters love||my love is yours||give me your love||soul jazz|
|jimmy ruffin||i've passed this way before||7"||motown|
|the supremes||you keep me hanging on (instrumental)||motown|
|the temptations||you're my everything (isolated vocal/bass track)||gordy|
|jackson 5||darling dear||third album||motown|
|STEVIE WONDER||golden lady||innervisions||tamla|
|jr. walker and the all stars||shoot your shot||shotgun||soul/tamla/motown|
|thelma houston||piano man||the best of thelma houston||motown|
|rick james||superfreak (instrumental)||gordy|
|jr. walker and the all stars||way back home (instrumental)||soul|
|the temptations||don't let the joneses get you down||puzzle people||gordy|
|yvonne fair||let your hair down||the bitch is black||motown|
|erykah badu||danger (instrumental)||worldwide underground||motown|
|kim weston||lift ev'ry voice and sing||MGM|
|syreeta wright with STEVIE WONDER||to know you is to love you||syreeta||mo west|
|india .arie||wings of forgiveness||testimony: vol. 1, life & relationships||motown|
|today||him or me||motown|
|diana ross||love hangover (portion)||motown|
|carl bean||i was born this way (portion)||motown|
|eddie kendricks||keep on truckin'||eddie kendricks at his best||tamla|
the motown 50th special!!! we spoke with people on what motown means to them, and played tracks from the label over the years...
|STEVIE WONDER||contusion||songs in the key of life||tamla|
|jackson 5||i am love||7"||motown|
|bo diddley||rock n' roll||bo diddley & company||checker|
|chuck willis||hang up my rock n' roll shoes||7"||atlantic|
|chuck berry||rockin' at the philharmonic||golden decade vol. 2||chess|
|war||back home||war||united artists|
|arthur crudup||that's your red wagon||give me a 32-20||crown prince records|
|chambers brothers||uptown||the time has come/ a new time-a new day||columbia|
|billy preston||should've known better||i wrote a simple song||A&M|
|la vern baker||jim dandy||7"||atlantic|
|earl bostic||harlem nocturne||dance time||king|
|charles hilton brown||G.R.F.||owed to myself||ampex/schema|
|mandrill||fencewalk||the best of mandrill||polydor|
|curtis mayfield||back to the world||back to the world||curtom|
|primative||creation of music||carolina funk||jazzman/now again|
|the windjammers||poor sad child|
|mongoose||king cobra||carolina funk||jazzman/now again|
|wally cox and the natives||house party|
the 'black rock' show!!!
we spoke to rob fields of boldislove.us, and rocked out to the black rock (and some funk)...
much thanks to chris and celeste for holding it down while i had to step out for a bit...!
|STEVIE WONDER||seasons of love||rent (OST)||dreamworks|
|larry saunders||free angela|
|lee morgan||ca-lee-so||delightfulee||blue note|
|angie stone||be ever wonderful||interpretations||concord music|
|earth, wind & fire||remember the children||last days and time||columbia|
|ensemble al salaam||optimystical||sojourner||strata east|
|roberta flack||bridge over troubled water||quiet fire||atlantic|
|al green||i'll be standing by||country meets soul||Hi|
|the jacksons||i'll be there (live, 2001)|
|the san francisco TKO's||herm||golden state funk||BGP/ace|
|june conquest||take care||funk divas||apace music|
|materia f. whitney houston||memories||funk divas||apace music|
|markus kelly & the impassions||pushin' to the top||midwest funk||jazzman/now again|
|soul impossibles||interpretation- soul power no.1||carolina funk||jazzman/now again|
|jody gayles||you gotta push||funk divas||apace music|
|the sisters love||you've got to make your choice||give me your love||soul jazz|
|STEVIE WONDER||tuesday heartbreak||talking book||tamla|
|lee morgan||a lot of livin' to do||standards||blue note|
some funk(y) tracks, some baby whitney (houston, that is), and an interview with pam africa!!!
|STEVIE WONDER||superstition (live on sesame street)|
|randy crawford||give me the night (chill night mix)||naked and true||WEA|
|herbie hancock||actual proof (live in tokyo, 1975)||flood||columbia|
|jeanette's synco jazzers||midnight stomp||mary lou williams 1927-1940||classics records|
|bob howard and his orchestra||it's unbelievable||bob howard and his orchestra 1932-1935||classics records|
|fannie lou hamer||go tell it on the mountain||classic african american gospel||folkways|
|professor longhair & the meters||every day i have the blues (live)|
|big mama thornton||summertime|
|rosco gordon||let 'em try||vee jay|
|sugarpie desanto||baby what you want me to do (live)|
|sugarpie desanto||the one who really loves you||brunswick|
|tampa red||it hurts me too|
|lil green||keep your hand on your heart||lil green 1942-1946||classics records|
|roy eldridge quintet||oh! shut-up||roy eldridge1951||classics records|
|charles mingus||oh lord don't let them drop that atomic bomb on me||oh yeah||atlantic|
|brenton wood||psychotic reaction||the oogum boogum man||double shot|
|graham central station||ghetto||graham central station||warner bros.|
|otis redding and the bar-kays||try a little tenderness (live tv performance, 1968)|
|the radiants||ain't no big thing||eric|
|eddie mc loyd||once you fall in love||the soul of spring, vol. 2||kent soul|
|chi-lites||there will never be any peace (until god is seated at the conference table)||toby||brunswick|
|darondo||my momma and my poppa||let my people go||luv n' height/ubiquity|
|lou pride||message to the people||the memphis/el paso sessions 1970-73||suemi/severn|
|b.t. express||express||b.t. express||unidisc|
|sister sledge||mama never told me||atco|
|tito jackson!||guitar solo (live in mexico, 1975)|
|troop||spread my wings (live)|
|the soul agents||foxy lady|
|don byron||if 6 was 9||nu blaxploitation||blue note|
|raashan ahmad||give thanks||the push||om records|
|sun ra||rocket number nine||space is the place||blue thumb/impulse!|
|horace silver||next time i fall in love||serenade to a soul sister||blue note|
in honor of 'black history month, we are looking at the musical history of people of african descent in this country...
|STEVIE WONDER||another star||songs in the key of life||tamla|
|dj spinna f. stephanie mc kay||peace and quiet||intergalactic soul||wonderwax|
|lee morgan||a baby's smile||!caramba!||blue note|
|sam cooke||nobody knows the trouble i've seen||night beat||RCA|
|sam cooke||good morning heartache||you send me||RCA|
|sam cooke & muhammad ali||the gang's all here|
|sam cooke||blowin' in the wind (live)|
|sam cooke||nothing can change this love||live at the harlem square club||RCA|
|aloe blacc||a long time coming||shine through||stones throw|
|gil scott-heron||whitey on the moon||small talk at 125th and lenox||flying dutchman|
|gil scott-heron and brian jackson||a prayer for everybody||secrets||arista|
|doug carn||western sunrise||adams apple||black jazz|
|donald byrd||where are we going||black byrd||blue note|
|the gary byrd experience||if the people only knew (the power of the people)||presenting the gary byrd experience||RCA Victor|
|voices of east harlem||can you feel it||can you feel it||just sunshine|
|bobbi humphrey||uno esta||mizell||blue note|
it was the 'post-inaugural/sam cooke' program...
|herbie hancock||sleeping giant||mwandishi: the complete warner bros. recordings||warner bros.|
|herbie hancock||a tribute to someone||my point of view||blue note|
|STEVIE WONDER||happy birthday||hotter than july||tamla|
|the jazz crusaders||doin' that thing||live at the lighthouse '66||pacific jazz|
tonight we honored the life of martin luther king jr., and played portions of his speeches (from 1967-1968) that tend to get ignored whenever covering his life... these speeches include discussions on economic boycotts, black sef-suficiency and critique of 'the bootstrap theory'... we also spoke to seattle-based sensei gregory c. lewis, on self defense/martial arts, active-ism, and hip hop... to contact him, go to www.myspace.com/karatemeansemptyhand "> www.myspace.com/karatemeansemptyhand
and of course, dear brother tony muhammad!!!
|STEVIE WONDER||ms. and mr. little ones||natural wonder||motown|
|the jacksons||be not always||victory||epic|
|freddie hubbard||red clay||red clay||CTI|
|q-tip||gettin' up||the renaissance||motown/universal|
|gnarles barkley||run (i'm a natural disaster)||the odd couple||downtown/atlantic|
|freddie hubbard||hub-tones||hub-tones||blue note|
|herbie hancock||maiden voyage||maiden voyage||blue note|
|jaleel shaw||flight||optimism||changu records|
|al green (featuring anthony hamilton)||you've got the love i need||lay it down||blue note|
|freddie hubbard||minor mishap (take 3)||minor mishap||black lion|
|freddie hubbard||soul surge||blue spirits||blue note|
|freddie hubbard||blue spirits||blue spirits||blue note|
|freddie hubbard||blues for miles||new colors||hip bop|
|michael jackson||human nature||thriller||epic|
|esperanza spaulding||love in time||esperanza||heads up international|
|freddie hubbard & the new jazz compozers octet||on the real side||on the real side||four quarters entertainment/times square records|
|brand new heavies||i don't know why (i love you)||get used to it: the tom moulton mixes||delicious vinyl/traffic|
dedicated to the folks going through war in the middle east, and all over... also, this was a show in honor of the life of freddie hubbard.
|STEVIE WNDER||All I Do||Hotter Than July||Tamla|
|Stephanie Mills||Never Knew Love Like This||Sweet Sensation||20th Century Fox|
|The Family Stand||Ghetto Heaven (Soul II Soul Remix)||12"||Atlantic|
|Mark The 45 King||The 900 Number||12"||Tuff City|
|Joyce Sims||Lifetime Love (Hard Radio Version)||12"||Sleeping Bag|
|Take 6||I've Got Life/Spread Love||Live||Reprise|
|The System||You Are In MY System||Sweat||Mirage/Atlantic|
|Midnight Star||Wet My Whistle||No Parking On The Dance Floor||SOLAR|
|Shannon||Give Me Tonight||12"||Mirage/Epic|
this was the second part of a two-part series, commemorating the 40th anniversary of KBOO. There was a featured interview with filmmaker U-Savior Washington, director of the documentary 'Disappearing Acts'. The audio of the interview will be posted soon!!! To check out the film or to contact U-Savior, go to www.disappearingvoices.com.
The show took a look at the histories, and the present of the state of Black radio.
Happy anniversary KBOO!!!
|STEVIE WONDER||living fot the city||Innervisions||tamla|
|lou donaldson||say it liod i'm black nadf i'm proud||say it loud||blue note|
|reuben wilson||touble man||organ donor||jazzateria|
|marvin gaye||save the children||what's going on||tamla|
|shirley scott||i want you back||something||atlantic|
|billy cobham||lunarputians||tonar ed||atlantic|
|jimmy smith||mercy, mercy, mercy.||respect||verve|
|lonnie smith||call of the wild||think!||blue note|
|STEVIE WONDER||master blaster (jamimin)||hotter than july||tamla|
|horace parlan||us three||us three||blue note|
|oscar peterson||aa lthe things fou f||oscar peters on 1949-1950||classics records|
|charles earland||don't let me me lose this deeas||charlie's greatest|
|reuben wilson||orange peel||blue mode||blue note|
|ron carter||seven steps to heaven||dear miles,||blue note|
|grant green||ain't it funky now|
|idris muhammad||super bad||black rhythm revolution||prestiege.|
a special 40th anniversary vrsion, honoring the life of elder george page, the station's first public affairs director.