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Playlist: For Graham from Emily

Compiled By: Brian Bovenizer

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Strange Currency 01.10.20 or floating date

From KMUW | Part of the Strange Currency series | 01:53:56

Listen for music from Unwed Sailor’s Heavy Age and Drunken Prayer’s Cordelia Elsewhere.

Sc_square_small Listen for music from Unwed Sailor’s Heavy Age and Drunken Prayer’s Cordelia Elsewhere.

UpFront Soul #2019.39- September 30- October 6, 2019

From WERU | Part of the UpFront Soul with Sanguine Fromage series | 01:57:59

We'll open up with a powerful track from Rasheed Ali's new album, 1968: The Other Side of Town, and dig deep into Kaleta & Super Yamba Band's smoking debut album, Medaho, for the irresistible Afrobeat groove of "Mr. Diva." We'll hear fantastic new jazz fusion by Neue Grafik Ensemble featuring Nubya Garcia, and a track by newly appointed Polaris artist in residence Tanika Charles.

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We'll open up with a powerful track from Rasheed Ali's new album, 1968: The Other Side of Town, and dig deep into Kaleta & Super Yamba Band's smoking debut album, Medaho, for the irresistible Afrobeat groove of "Mr. Diva." We'll hear fantastic new jazz fusion by Neue Grafik Ensemble featuring Nubya Garcia, and a track by newly appointed Polaris artist in residence Tanika Charles.

UpFront Soul #2019.39 Playlist
PLEASE NOTE: Due to the vagaries of Spinitron, these songs are listed in reverse order. (i.e., Joan Armatrading Back to the Night is song 1, hour 1.

Sam Cooke "Havin' a Party" from Live at the Harlem Square Club 1963 on RCA

Richard "Groove" Holmes "Flyjack" from Night Glider

The Isley Brothers "Cold Bologna" from Givin It Back

Billy Preston "Let Me Know" from Don't Let Me Catch You Crying

Penny Goodwyn "Lady Day and John Coltrane" on Athens of the North

Nerukhi "Black Lives Matter remix"

Main Street "Slipped Disc" from Get Down On It- Funky Soul Music

Fela Kuti "Unnecessary Begging" from The Underground Spiritual Game

Roberta Flack "Go Up Moses" from Quiet Fire

Butcher Brown "Jheri Curl Juice" from Grown Folk

Bobby Hutcherson "Hangin' Out (With You)"

Dionne Warwick "Reach Out for Me" from Make Way for Dionne Warwick

Stevie Wonder "Love's In Need of Love" from Songs in the Key of Life

Sam Cooke "Wonderful World" from The Man Who Invented Soul

Isaac Hayes "Soulsville (Live)" from At Wattstax

Curtis Mayfield "Move On Up" from Curtis

Otis Redding "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" from The Very Best of Otis Redding

Desmond Dekker "Shanty Town" from The Harder They Come

Alpha Blondy "Brigadier sabadi" from Planete Afrique: Le meilleur de la musique Africaine

Bro David "Sunshine" from Modern Music from Belize on Cultures of Soul

Tanika Charles "First & Last" from The Gumption

Neue Grafik Ensemble "Voodoo Rain ft. Nubya Garcia" from Foulden Road

Seba Kaapstad "Africa" from Thina

Kaleta & Super Yamba Band "Mr. Diva" from Medaho on Ubiquity

Mongo Santamaria "Black Dice" from Fania Latin Soul Essentials

Rasheed Ali "I'm Not Your Whipping Boy" from 1968: The Other Side of Town on Digital Rain Factory

Joan Armatrading "Back to the Night" from Back to the Night on A&M


Global Village at Ground Up/Bokante 1.17.20 or floating date

From KMUW | Part of the Global Village with Chris Heim series | 57:00

SPECIAL: Global Village heads back to Miami Beach for another program in our festival series featuring concert performances from the innovative and eclectic Ground Up Music Festival. This time it’s the nine-member world music ensemble Bokante. The group brings together musicians from five continents who have worked with such acclaimed performers as Snarky Puppy, Sting, the Lee Boys, YoYo Ma, Väsen, David Crosby's Lighthouse Band, and Cecile McLoren Salvant, to name just a few. Together they create a dynamic and dramatic new sound, with roots in African, Caribbean, and Arabic styles, along with American rock and blues - that all merge into powerful and danceable rhythms with sharp social messaging. We’ll hear them (along with a special guest appearance from Richard Bona) from a dynamic performance they gave at Ground Up shortly after the release of their album What Heat, which was just nominated for a World Music Grammy.

Globalvillagelogog3web_small SPECIAL: Global Village heads back to Miami Beach for another program in our festival series featuring concert performances from the innovative and eclectic Ground Up Music Festival. This time it’s the nine-member world music ensemble Bokante. The group brings together musicians from five continents who have worked with such acclaimed performers as Snarky Puppy, Sting, the Lee Boys, YoYo Ma, Väsen, David Crosby's Lighthouse Band, and Cecile McLoren Salvant, to name just a few. Together they create a dynamic and dramatic new sound, with roots in African, Caribbean, and Arabic styles, along with American rock and blues - that all merge into powerful and danceable rhythms with sharp social messaging. We’ll hear them (along with a special guest appearance from Richard Bona) from a dynamic performance they gave at Ground Up shortly after the release of their album What Heat, which was just nominated for a World Music Grammy.