An Evening of Afrotainment playlist for 11/15/2009

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An Evening of Afrotainment
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IncognitoDon't You Worry 'Bout A ThingTribes, Vibes and ScribesPolygram/ Verve
Brand New HeaviesBrother SisterBrotherSisterDelicious Vinyl
4Hero/ Jack DaveyTake My TimePlay With The ChangesMilan Records
N'Dea DavenportNo Never AgainN'Dea DavenportV2/ Delicious
Ronny JordaneOn the RecordOff the RecordBlue Note
Russell GunnDJ Apollo InterludeEthnomusicologyAtlantic
Roy AyersLiquid Love (Aloe Blacc Latin Rmx)Roy Ayers Virgin Ubiquity RemixBBE
Aloe BlaccBailar Scene 1Shine ThroughStones Throw Music
Kellis/ Timo MaasHelp Me (Loco Dice Rmx)
OsunladeCantos A Odun et OxaAfroTechQuango
Cesaria EvoraNegue (Cris Prolific Rmx)Club SodadeRCA/ BMG
ChocolateUno TychPeru's Master PercussionistLyrichord Discs
Salif KeitaMadan (Gekko Rmx)Remixes for MoffouDecca
Alton MillerKnowledge of the PygmiesSouls Like MineR2 Records
J*DaveyThis One!4000 AD
Nat King Cole/ TV on the RadioNature BoyRe:GenerationsCapitol
Earl GreyhoundYeah I Love YouSoft Targets
Saul WilliamsTalk to Strangers(Clean Album Edit)
Carl LeBlancMadman Across the WaterNew Orlean's 7th Ward GriotPreservation Hall
J*DaveyDivision of JoyThe Beauty in Distortion/ the Land of the Lost
Nina SimoneWild is the WindWild is the WindVerve
Miles DavisIt Never Entered My MindBallads & BluesBlue Note
David McAlmontNight and DayYou Go to My HeadBluePort Recordings
BlaktroniksWhereDeepBlak presents Blaktropolis
Steve SpacekLook into my EyesSpace ShiftBackSpin Records
Derrick CarterNew Wave Punk OutSquare Dancing in a Round HouseClassic Recordings
Saul WilliamsGrippo(Clean Album Edit)
Earl GreyhoundBack and ForthSoft Targets
Derrick CarterWhere You At?Square Dancing in a Round HouseClassic Recordings
Saul WilliamsList of Demands (Reparations)(Clean Album Edit)
Thavius BeckStepping to the Side
Derrick CarterNew Wave Punk Out (reprise)Square Dancing in a Round HouseClassic Recordings
Thavius BeckJames
Saul WilliamsAfrican American Student Movement(Clean Album Edit)

Rocked Saul Williams and Afro Punk to prime you for the Sunday show (November 15, Aladdin Theater). Be there or just be bent...

Lots of new music...Earl Greyhound (opening for Saul), Tv on the Radio (not even here but still in effect), some Jack Davey and her band J*Davey (not Afro Punk but still rockers). We even had some Saul Williams to set the airwaves afire.

What is Afro Punk...well, it's full of the fury and political fervor your expect from punk...just with a Black sensibility and do know what swagger/ swagga is don't you.? Best act like you do.

Bands like Bad Brains, Fishbone, 24-7 Spyz set the tone (OGs of Afro Punk). You could even add Living Color if your argument was compelling. I doubt Vernon would mind. Nu Skool includes Suffrajett, Noisettes, Earl Greyhound and El Pus who has a member appearing with Saul...Tchaka Diallo. El Pus on MySpace claims they've disbanded, but they've left some tracks...aural artifacts...? Bread crumbs to come find them?

I also rocked Blaktroniks, who dropped hot beats like lava at the Club 6 Afrotek Festival this December past (2008) in San Francisco. You wanna hear Mechanized Soul (first release) to Robo Bop/ The Edge.

So little time, so much music-folks I had lined up didn't you do it:

  • El Pus
  • Black Beard (afro punk, rebel rock/ country...really)
  • Mami Watu
  • Noisettes
  • Keziah Jones (he drops BluFunk)

If I'm inna house next's on! In the meantime,

Peace and hot beats!

Celeste  aka Adiva



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