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An Evening of Afrotainment playlist for 07/25/2009

Program name: 
An Evening of Afrotainment
Air date: 
07/25/2009
ArtistTitleAlbumLabel
Alton MillerThe Knowledge of PygmiesSouls Like MineR2 Records
Tunji Oyelana & The BendersIpasanAfro BabySound Way
Dele Sosimi (Oakenfield RMX)Turbulent TimesSound Affects AfricaMr. Bongo Records
Stacey EppsOmThe AwakeningJapanubia Musik
Jeff MillsThe BellsBlue PotentialUncivilized World
SealBring It OnSealSire Records
(Maya) AyamMarch Right Up
Rodney HunterIntroHunter FilesG-Stone Records
Rodney HunterElectic LadyHunter FilesG-Stone Records
Brand New HeaviesRide In the SkyThe Brand New HeaviesDelicious Vinyl
N'Dea DavenportSave Your Love For MeN'Dea DavenportDelicious Vinyl
Linda Hornbuckle & Janice ScrogginsSt. Louis BluesSistaPsycheDelta Records
Carl Hancock RuxGood Bread AlleyGood Bread AlleyThirsty Ear Records
Sounds of BlacknessAh Been Workin'The Evolution of GospelPerspective Records
Sounds of BlacknessThe Pressure Part 1The Evolution of GospelPerspective Records
Sister Gertrude MorganI Was Healed By the WoundsKing Britt Presents Sister MorganRopeaDope/ Preservation Hall Recording
Nat King ColeLush Life/ prod. by Cee-Lo GreenRe:GenerationsCapitol Records
Nat King ColeDay In-Day Out/ prod. by Cut ChemistRe:GenerationsCapitol Records
Nat King Cole feat. Natalie ColeStraighten Up and Fly Right/ prod. by Will.I.AmRe:GenerationsCapitol Records
N'Dea DavenportNo Never AgainN'Dea DavenportDelicious Vinyl
Michael JacksonKeep It In the Closet/ KT's 12"Dangerous/ Promo Single CDMJJ Productions/ Epic
Owusu & HannibalWatchLiving With...Ubiquity Recordings
Lenny KravitzCan We Find A Reason5Virgin Records
N'Dea DavenportOld ManN'Dea DavenportDelicious Vinyl
Tuck & PattiComfort MeChocolate MomentT&P Records
Marvin GayeThe Shadow of Your SmileVulnerableMotown
Al JarreauSpainThis TimeWarner Brothers
N'Dea DavenportGetawayN'Dea DavenportDelicious Vinyl
CommonI Am MusicElectric CircusBMG
Donna SummerSlide Over BackwardsCrayonsBurgundy Records
Crystal WatersGypsy Woman/ Basement Boy MixSurpriseBasement Boys/ Mercury
A Guy Called GeraldVoodoo Ray /Gerald's Rham On Acid Mix
NovalimaCandelaAfroQuango
4HeroMorning ChildPlay With the ChangesMilan Records

Tonight's featured artisit is N'Dea Davenport, one of the original members of the Brand New Heavies. I'll showcase her versatility and verve from the cds The Brand New Heavies and her self entitiled release N'Dea Davenport.

Nat King Cole is channeled by new artists on Re: Generations; an irregular but loving and listen-able homage. The cd has Natalie and Dad together again. Some good things don't end! Listen and hit me back with your thoughts.

Electronica and symphonic orchestration flow through Jeff Mills on Blue Potential. The two disk set features live recordings with Jeff and the Montpellier Philharmonic Orchestra, and a disk with interviews, a concert, documentary and tutorial.

Donna Summer and Marvin Gaye add to the overall flavor of Afrotainment with a deeper view inside: Donna's country twangings  on Crayons reveal a playful, whimsical side, whereas Marvin bares all in and with evocative whispers, sighs and tuneful swoons. He is just as enticing as you dreamed. The special release Vulnerable is on the Motown label, released in 1997.

(Maya) Ayam Marches Right Up to You again via her cd...thank GOD she left it...more from her coming. Look for her around town. She should be playing somewhere SOOOOON! Didjagitthe "hinthinthint", Ayam...?

Like what you hear? Can't understand why I'm playing that drekk? Want me to check out an artist or genre? Drop me a line and share here on the Afrotainment page. Thanks for supporting your "community connection" KBOO Portland! Celeste (aka Adiva)

 

 

 

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