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Spinitron - KDHX: Positive Vibrations Sat Jan 1st 2011

Positive Vibrations (Music)

Sat Jan 1st 2011 9.00pm–11.00pm

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links

Time zone: central

9:03pm

Wingless Angels “Inviting You”
from Wingless Angels Vol. I & II (Mindless) —tonight and next week ... NYAHBINGHI MUSIC IN JAMAICA 1960-2010; a 4-hour special program produced by Michael Kuelker and livicated to the legacy of Prof. Barry Chevannes, author scholar & community-builder in Jamaica

9:06pm

Jimmy Cliff “Bongo Man” Single (Beverly's 7" 1971)

9:09pm

Folkes Brother “Oh Carolina”
from The Story of Jamaican Music (Island 1960) —first popular use of Rasta drumming in Jamaican music; featuring Count Ossie on burru percussion; produced by Prince Buster

9:12pm

Bunny & Skitter “Lumumba” Single (Worldisc 7" 1961)

9:15pm

Count Ossie “Going Home to Zion Land”
from Remembering Count Ossie (Moodisc 1961)

9:18pm

Mystic Revelation of Rastafari “Narration”
from Grounation (VP *)

9:24pm

Prince Roland Downer & Count Ossie “Ethiopian Kingdom” Single (Doctorbird 7" 1968)

9:27pm

Karl Bryan & Count Ossie “Black Up”
from Studio One Scorcher (Soul Jazz 1968)

9:30pm

Barry Chevannes “Reasoning: "Rastafari is the Memory of the Jamaican People"” Single (unreleased audio recording 1999) —the late Prof Chevannes of the University of West Indies-Mona campus was speaking at a commemoration, in Mo Bay and organized by the Pitfour Nyahbinghi House, of the Coral Gardens Incident of 1963

9:33pm

Prince Elijah Williams “Order of the Nyahbinghi”
from Communication Drums (CaribSound 2003) —reasoning from the composer of Book of Memory: A Rastafari Testimony [425 pp., 2005]

9:36pm

Queen Ifrica “TTPNC”
from Welcome To Montego Bay (VP * 2009) —nyah song of Tribute to the Pitfour Nyahbinghi House in Mo Bay

9:39pm

Prince Tebah & the Sons of Thunder “Communication Drums” (CaribSound 2003)

9:42pm

Bongo Herman “Thunderstorm”
from Tree of Satta (Blood and Fire 1971) —on the immortal Satta Massagana riddim

9:45pm

Keith Richards interview clip “on living in Steer Town in the early and mid-1970s” Single (unreleased audio track 2010) —from an interview with Bill Murphy in NYC [June 2010]; courtesty of WinglessAngels.com

9:48pm

Wingless Angels “On Mt Zion I”
from Wingless Angels Vol. 1 & 2 (Mindless 2010) —Rasta drummers [plus Keith Richards] from Steer Town, Jamaica

9:51pm

Wingless Angels “On the Morning Train”
from Wingless Angels Vol. 1 & 2 (Mindless 2010)

9:54pm

Bongo Herman “African Breakfast” Single (Harry J 7" 1972)

9:57pm

Cedric Brooks “Ethiopia”
from Studio One: Roots (Soul Jazz 1972)

10:00pm

Culture “Wipe Your Weeping Eyes”
from Trod On (Heartbeat 1993) —mid-1970s recording with Count Ossie, who died in 1976

10:06pm

Ras Michael “Fly Away”
from Lion Country (ROOTS AND CULTURE 1999)

10:09pm

Various Artists “Weeping and Wailing”
from Churchical Chants of the Nyabinghi (Heartbeat 1982) —a binghi held in Trelawny parish in Jamaica as a counter-event to the state visit to Jamaica by President Ronald Reagan

10:12pm

Lee Perry vs. King Tubby “African Roots”
from In the Red Zone (Shanachie)

10:15pm

Steel Pulse “Nyahbinghi Voyage”
from Sound System (Island)

10:21pm

Joseph Hill “Nyahbinghi Tonight”
from Joseph & Kenyatta Hill: Pass the Torch (TAfari 2007)

10:24pm

Inner Circle w/ Luciano “One God One Aim One Destiny”
from State of Da World (Shanachie 2009) —Part 2 of NYAHBINGHI MUSIC IN JAMAICA 1960-2010 will continue next week ... more nyah roots + nyah in the dancehall


Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.