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!!
this is the interview that appeared on the 20 august episode of 'guess who's coming to radio??!! with aphrodite jones, author of the book 'michael jackson conspiracy'. she has appeared on programs such as: america's most wanted, the CBS early show, geraldo at large, inside edition, montel wiliams, medical detectives and the o'reilly factor.
on 'michael jackson conspiracy' (from aphroditejones.com):
"In June 2005, when Aphrodite Jones made her last appearance on The O’Reilly Factor related to the Michael Jackson trial, she experienced a striking moment of clarity:
"As I made one of my last public comments on the case,” she remembers, “I realized that I had become one of the media bunch who had predetermined the outcome of the trial, wrongly. Many people around me were so sure of Jackson’s guilt. Many reporters had slanted TV and radio coverage to suit the prosecution, and I was one of those folks who had followed that dangerous trend.”
Now, in a new book, Michael Jackson Conspiracy, Jones is setting the record straight. Aphrodite Jones's most daring book ever examines the case against the world's No. 1 entertainer: Michael Jackson.
Inspired by Jones's courageous writing, Thomas A. Mesereau, Jr., Jackson's high profile attorney, has written a powerful foreword for Michael Jackson Conspiracy.
Under the influence of media, the entire world has reached judgments about Jackson. The mainstream media report about him with an implicit judgment, while tabloid media write about him with an explicit judgment. In the face of this barrage of judgment, the resulting perceptions about Jackson have become aligned -- against him. It has become impossible for the public to reconcile its admiration for Jackson's genius musical and artistic talent with the harsh judgments against him. As a result of these seemingly irreconcilable views, it has become easier to ignore the good and focus on the bad.
For years now, we have been duped into believing that there has been only one side to a coin.
With the kind of behind-the-scenes insights that you have come to expect from Aphrodite Jones, Michael Jackson Conspiracy will shock you. Jones provides a fresh look at the man who has been at the center of so much success -- and controversy.
What emerges from Michael Jackson Conspiracy is an image of the vulnerability of the most powerful entertainer in the world.
All of the myths you have been lead to believe will be shattered.
Everything you have come to know about Jackson will be upturned after you read Michael Jackson Conspiracy.
A book which will forever influence the way trials are reported, Michael Jackson Conspiracy will also move you with emotion. And it will help you complete the picture of the most fascinating entertainer in the world. "
to contact aphrodite jones, go to www.aphroditejones.com.
- Title: interview with aphrodite jones
- Length: 13:40 minutes (12.52 MB)
- Format: MP3 Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)
This is a conversation had between myself, Tony Muhammad and Adisa Banjoko on fatherhood and ideas of 'multiculturalism', as stemmed from the event Adisa attended, a book release event called BAF (Be A Father).
To reach Adisa, go to www.hiphopchessfederation.org, or directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tony's contact information is www.myspace.com/tonymuhammad, or email@example.com
To read about the 'Be A Father' event or to hear how the event went down, go to www.daveyd.com and go to 'Listen To Rhymefest Open Up To His Young Son'.
- Title: notes on fatherhood...
- Length: 24:37 minutes (22.55 MB)
- Format: MP3 Mono 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)
Things were happening as normal: a enlightening weekly conversation (this time on the state of hip hop) with dear brother Tony Muhammad... and then Africa Baby Bam of legendary group the Jungle Brothers phones in and drops some knowledge; making this an even more enlightening experience! Much respect to Baby Bam, and to Tony.
TONY MUHAMMAD: www.myspace.com/tonymuhammad
AFRICA BABY BAM: www.myspace.com/babybam1
- Title: A Conversation With Africa Baby Bam of the Jungle Brothers
- Length: 32:58 minutes (22.65 MB)
- Format: MP3 Stereo 22kHz 96Kbps (CBR)
This is an interview with Ramona Africa, the only surviving adult member of the MOVE organization, whose home was bombed in 1985. She served time in prison for 7 years, for charges of conspiracy, riot and multiple counts of simple and aggravated assault. She has since become the MOVE Minister of Communication, as a representative speaking out for the MOVE 9, and others who have been held/detained in prisons (source: www.onamove.com). In her experiences she has internationalized the struggles of various groups, and sees the interconnectedness of all species.
Also interviewed is Maiga Milburne, a supporter of the MOVE orhanization, as well as a member of the concerned friends & Family of Mumia Abu-Jamal. They were here in Portland to speak about the case of the MOVE 9, the history of MOVE, and more, at Portland State University as well asThe Clinton Street Theater, on the 14th of May, 2008.
INTERNATIONAL CONCERNED FAMILY & FRIENDS OF MUMIA ABU-JAMAL: 215-476-8812; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: We have replaced the impaired audio. This audio should be error-free. Thanks.
- Title: An Interview with Ramona Africa
- Length: 28:45 minutes (26.32 MB)
- Format: MP3 Mono 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)
this was an interview i did with per fagereng for the MLK special for the membership drive... i placed it on my page so it would be easy to get, if you wanted to listen to it... it was a pleasure to speak with ms. mc kinney!
- Title: interview with cynthia mc kinney on martin luther king, jr.
- Length: 21:00 minutes (19.23 MB)
- Format: MP3 Mono 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)
|abbey lincoln||africa||people in me||ITM|
|roy ayers||africa, center of the world||africa, center of the world||polydor|
|oneness of juju||african rhythms||african rhythms||black fire|
|gil scott-heron and brian jackson||the liberation song (red, black and green||first minute of a new day||arista|
|miriam makeba||mayibuye||live at bern's salonger, stockholm, sweden, 1966||gallo record company|
|pan-africanist congress of azania||Izwe Lethu (The Land is Ours) (portion)||Azanian Liberation Songs - Izwe Lethu (The Land is Ours)||Azania Committee of The Netherlands|
|bob marley & the wailers||africa unite||survival||island|
|juju||nairobi/chants||a message from mozambique||black fire|
|earth wind & fire||see the light||that's the way of the world||columbia|
|john coltrane||africa||the complete africa/brass sessions||impulse!|
|lauryn hill||mystery of iniquity||unplugged 2.0||columbia|
|jimmy heath||alkebu-lan land of the blacks||the gap sealer||cobblestone|
|hugh masakela||afro-beat blues||hugh masakela presents: the chisa years 1965-1975||BBE/studio distribution/heroes|
honoring AFRIKAN LIBERATION DAY!
|terence blanchard||ashé (8:03)||A Tale of God's Will (A Requiem for Katrina)||blue note|
|lauryn hill||i get out (8:12)||unplugged 2.0||columbia|
|lauryn hill||neurotic society (8:19)||digital single||itunes|
|christian mcbride f. angelique kidjo||afrika (8:24)||conversations with christian||mack avenue|
|irvin mayfield with the new orleans jazz orchestra||the elder negro speaks (8:30)||strange fruit||basin street records|
|irvin mayfield & gordon parks||fatima (8:35)||half past autumn suite||basin street records|
|GZA||animal planet (8:42)||legend of the liquid sword||MCA|
|rachelle ferrell||peace on earth (8:51)||rachelle ferrell||capitol/manhattan|
|pharoah sanders||the creator has a master plan (8:56)||karma||impulse!|
|miles davis||yesternow (9:13)||a tribute to jack johnson||columbia|
|michael jackson||we've had enough (9:28)||ultimate collection||MJJ productions/epic|
|bill cosby||freedom jazz dance (9:34)||hello, friend: to ennis with love||verve|
|quincy jones and bill cosby||oh happy day (9:41)||the original jam sessions, 1969||concord records|
|courtney pine||as we would say (9:45)||journey to the urge within||antilles|
|dianne reeves||eyes on the prize (9:48)||never too far||EMI|
|christian mcbride & inside straight||brother mister (9:53)||kind of brown||mack avenue|
|ernie hines||our generation (9:56)||electrified||we produce records|
ending ignorance, ending minstrelsy!
|ella fitzgerald||oe note samba (live, 1969)|
|bobby mc ferrin||say ladeo||vocabularies||emarcy|
|afrika bambaataa and the soul sonic force||planet rock||looking for the perfect beat: 1980-1985||tommy boy|
|destorm||who is it|
|bobby mc ferrin||i hear music||spontaneous inventions||blue note|
|rachelle ferrell||run to me (live in florence, 2012)|
|ella fitzgerald||conversation in scat (live, 1974)|
|raul midon||sittin' in the middle||state of mind||manhattan|
|quincy jones f. patti austin||razzamatazz||the dude||A&M|
|patti austin||wait a little while||live at the bottom line||CTI|
|patti austin||i'll build a stairway to paradise||avant gershwin||rendezvous entertainment|
|patti austin||through the test of time (live, 1992)|
|ll cool j||illegal search||mama said knock you out||def jam recordings|
|masters at work f. patti austin||like a butterfly (you send me)||our time is coming||tommy boy music|
|patti austin||oh no, margarita||every home should have one||qwest|
|patti austin||when ella sings||for ella||playboy jazz|
|patti austin||how do you keep the music playing (live, 2008)|
|patti austin||we're in love||havana candy||CTI|
|george duke band, f. rachelle ferrell and patti austin||you don't know what love is (live)|
|patti austin||a little bit of love||sound advice||shanachie|
|patti austin||it's gonna be special||patti austin||qwest|
|patti austin||it might be you||live||GRP|
|patti austin||give it time||end of a rainbow||CTI|
honoring ms. patti austin! and speaking about the song 'accidental racist'.
|the impressions||we're a winner||we're a winner||ABC|
|baby huey & the babysitters||mighty mighty||the baby huey story||curtom|
|jan bradley||mama didn't lie||the best of chess rhythm & blues||chess|
|the impressions||we're in love||people get ready||ABC-paramount|
|curtis mayfield||beautiful brother of mine||roots||curtom|
|curtis mayfield||power to the people||sweet exorcist||curtom|
|curtis mayfield||if i were only a child again||back to the world||curtom|
|gladys knight & the pips||mr. welfare man||claudine OST||buddha|
|the impressions||we must be in love||check out your mind!||curtom|
|curtis mayfield||love to the people||(there's no place like) america today||curtom|
|curtis mayfield||keep on trippin'||back to the world||curtom|
|curtis mayfield||eddie you should know better||superfly OST||curtom|
|curtis mayfield||miss black america||curtis||curtom|
|curtis mayfield||right on for the darkness||back to the world||curtom|
|curtis mayfield||keep on keeping on||roots||curtom|
|curtis mayfield||now you're gone||roots||curtom|
|the impressions||i loved and i lost||we're a winner||ABC|
|curtis mayfield||kung fu||sweet exorcist||curtom|
|linda clifford||you are, you are||if my friends could see me now||curtom|
honoring ancestor curtis mayfield...
|gladys knight and the pips||the way we were||i feel a song||buddha|
|herbie hancock||first trip||speak like a child||blue note|
|ella fitzgerald||take the a train||ella fitzgerald sings the duke ellington song book||verve|
|jazz crusaders||watts happening||the young rabbits||blue note|
|boogie down productions||you must learn||ghetto music: the blueprint of hip hop||jive|
|herbie hancock||oliloqui valley (alternate outtake)||emperiyan isles||blue note|
|commodores||sail on||midnight magic||motown|
|aretha franklin||the long & winding road||young, gifted & black||atlantic|
|terence blanchard||the ghost of congo square||a tale of GOD'S will: a requiem for katrina||blue note|
|brother jacks mc duff||tabacco road||7"||atlantic|
|ramsey lewis||maiden voyage||maiden voyage||cadet|
|marvin gaye||flyin' high (in the friendly sky)||what's goin' on||tamla|
|erykah badu||window seat (live, soul train awards 2010)|
|stevie wonder||pretty world (live 1970)|
|wilson simonal||sá marina||alegria alegria vol. 2||odeon|
|angela bofill||the voyage||angel ofthe night||GRP/arista|
|earl klugh||night drive||low ride||capitol|
|ronnie laws & pressure||tidal wave||pressure sensitive||liberty|
|RUN DMC||'reading rainbow' rap|
|jackson 5||coming home||soulsation!||motown|
|wilson pickett||born to be wild||7"||atlantic|
|terence blanchard||harvesting dance||flow||blue note|
travelling and flowering...
|prince||money don't matter 2night||diamonds and pearls||paisley park/warner bros.|
|the neville brothers||my blood||yellow moon||A&M|
|miriam makeba||mayibuye||live at bern's salonger, stockholm, sweden, 1966||gallo record company|
|stevie wonder||misrepresented people||bamboozled OST||motown|
|prince||gamillah||the chocolate invasion|
|andy bey||tune up||experience and judgement||atlantic|
|cannonball adderley||the chocolate nuisance||the black messiah||capitol|
|mos def||new world water||black on both sides||rawkus|
|grandmaster melle mel and the furious five||beat street breakdown||beat street OST||atlantic|
|stephanie mills and cast||everybody rejoice||the wiz OST||atlantic|
|lauryn hill||freedom time||unplugged 2.0||columbia|
|rochelle ro deezy hart||i just wanna fly (live)|
|horace silver (f. salome bey)||my soul is my computer||the united states of mind phase 3||blue note|
|prince nico mbarga & rocafil jazz||free education in nigeria||free education||rounder|
|michael jackson||HIStory (tony moran's HIStory lesson)||blood on the dance floor: HIStory in the mix||epic/MJJ productions|
links we discussed, and more!
|the blackbyrds||happy music||city life||fantasy|
|donald byrd||love has come around||12"||elektra|
|donald byrd and 125th street, NYC||i love you||love byrd||elektra|
|donald byrd||pentatonic||blackjack||blue note|
|donald byrd||theme for malcolm||landmarks||32 jazz|
|donald byrd||the loud minority||kofi||blue note|
|donald byrd||stepping into tomorrow||stepping into tomorrow||blue note|
|donald byrd||design a nation||mizell: the mizell brothers at blue note||blue note|
|donald byrd||mr. thomas||black byrd||blue note|
|donald byrd||estavanico||electric byrd||blue note|
|donald byrd||ghana||byrd in flight||blue note|
|guru (f. donald byrd)||loungin'||jazzmatazz vol. 1||chrysalis|
|donald byrd||my babe||up wit donald byrd||verve|
|donald byrd||the emperor||ethiopian knights||blue note|
|donald byrd||night whistler||places and spaces||blue note|
|donald byrd||close your eyes and look within||Thank You... For F.U.M.L. (Funking Up My Life)||elektra|
|donald byrd||cute||the cat walk||blue note|
|donald byrd||hush||royal flush||blue note|
|the blackbyrds||future children, future hopes||flying start||fantasy|
|donald byrd||dance band||blue breakbeats||blue note|
honoring dr. donald byrd...
|edwin starr||war||war and peace||gordy|
|michael jackson||they don't care about us (charles' full joint mix)||12" promo||MJJ productions/epic dance|
|odyssey||going back to my roots||i got the melody||RCA|
|billy paul||am i black enough for you||360 degrees of billy paul||philadelphia international|
|peter tosh||the day the dollar die||mystic man||rolling stones records|
|lupe fiasco f. skylar grey||words i never said||lasers||atlantic|
|KRS-ONE||pick it up||maximum strength||koch|
|lamont dozier||going back to my roots||peddlin' music on the side||warner bros. records|
|curtis mayfield||we got to have peace||roots||curtom|
|marvin gaye||you're the man (alternate version)||what's going on (special edition)||tamla/motown|
|donny hathaway||what's going on||live||ATCO|
|nina simone||backlash blues (live)||forever young, gifted & black: songs of freedom and spirit||RCA/legacy|
|michael jackson||we've had enough||ultimate collection||epic|
here are some links related to tonight's show:
a little extra:
|lauryn hill||i get out (8:03)||unplugged 2.0||columbia|
|kool & the gang||ancestral ceremony (8:07)||spirit of the boogie||de-lite|
|james brown||people wake up and live (8:14)||mutha's nature||polydor|
|mutabaruka||de system (8:19)||check it!||alligator records|
|mutabaruka||de system (9:06)||check it!||alligator records|
|public enemy||can't truss it (9:10)||apocalypse '91: the enemy strikes black||def jam recordings|
|steel pulse f. tiken jah fakoly||african holocaust (9:15)||african holocaust||RAS|
|millie jackson||i cry (9:19)||it hurts so good||spring|
|linda tillery||freedom time (9:24)||linda tillery||olivia records|
|the pharoahs||freedom road (9:32)||awakening||scarab records|
|tracy chapman||freedom now (9:39)||crossroads||elektra|
|(teacher) michael jackson||another part of me (9:52)||bad (2001 edition)||MJJ productions/epic|
|lauryn hill||i gotta find peace of mind (9:56)||unplugged 2.0||columbia|
this evening we spoke with min. paul scott; we also had shaheed and tunisia haamid!
here are some links of things we spoke about during the show, and more... there are a lot of links, but hopefully they will be educational for you, and you will be able to move further in your journey and dig deeper and share with others what you've learned:
(note: part of the original bill which included the 'assault weapons ban' also included a 'violence against women' segment. interestingly, as they move to push the assault weapons ban they let the 'violence against women' act die)
(note: even if you don't agree with the above piece, you have to ask yourself why the inconsistencies in reporting on this shooting have largely gone unanswered)
here's some platinum and other (older and newer) news regarding the south african miners, etc.:
some history on the older assault weapons ban bill:
and some information on the omnibus bill current vice president joe biden drafted (which was a precursor to the patriot act):
and... are armed police or guards a response to the school shootings, especially after all the video evidence of police abusing their power and physically abusing children who have been late to class or were deemed 'hyperactive'?