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Spinitron - KDHX: All Soul, No Borders Sun May 29th 2011

All Soul, No Borders (Music)

Sun May 29th 2011 10.00pm–12.00am

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

Time zone: central

10:05pm

Blind Lemon Jefferson “Wartime Blues”
from The Complete Classic Sides (JSP 2002) —recorded in Chicago, November 1926

10:09pm

T-Model Ford “Where You Been”
from Pee-Wee Get My Gun (Fat Possum www.fatpossum.com 1997) —Tim Rakel filling in for Josh Weinstein this week

10:12pm

Jimi Hendrix “Tears Of Rage”
from West Coast Seattle Boy (Legacy 1967) —written by Bob Dylan and Richard Manuel - recorded by Jimi Hendrix and Paul Caruso in 1968

10:17pm

Tom Waits “Sins Of My Father”
from Real Gone (Anti www.anti.com 2004)

10:27pm

Arrington De Dionyso “Bird Shadow”
from Breath Of Fire (K 2005) —playing at the Jefferson Warehouse this Friday, June 3 with his band Malaikat Dan Singa

10:32pm

The Naked Future “We Fly Beneath And Above The Flux”
from Gigantomachia (ESP-Disk 2009) —featuring Arrington De Dionyso on clarinet and Thollem McDonas on piano

10:39pm

Billy Bang Quintet “A Pebble Is A Small Rock”
from Invitation (Soul Note 1982)

10:48pm

Don Cherry “Complete Communion / And Now”
from Complete Communion (Blue Note 1965) —an excerpt from Side A - featuring Ed Blackwell on drums

10:56pm

Wadada Leo Smith and Ed Blackwell “Uprising”
from The Blue Mountain's Sun Drummer (Kabell 2010) —duet recorded for live radio in 1986

11:04pm

Gil Scott-Heron “Pieces Of A Man”
from The Revolution Will Not Be Televised (Bluebird 1988) —Gil Scott-Heron died Friday, May 27 at the age of 62 - here are three pieces from a compilation CD...

11:09pm

Gil Scott-Heron “Home Is Where The Hatred Is”
from The Revolution Will Not Be Televised (Bluebird 1988)

11:14pm

Kahil El'Zabar's Ritual Trio “The Ancestors Are Amongst Us” (Katalyst 2010) —recorded in 1987 - featuring Lester Bowie and Malachi Favors

11:20pm

Charlie Haden “War Orphans”
from Liberation Music Orchestra (MCA 1973) —a piece composed by Ornette Coleman

11:27pm

Charlie Haden “The Interlude (Drinking Music)”
from Liberation Music Orchestra (MCA 1973) —another piece, composed by Carla Bley

11:28pm

Duetto Pamolinao “Naidasay Toy Pusac”
from The Secret Museum of Mankind Vol. 1: Ethnic Music Classics (1925-48) (Yazoo 1995) —music from the Philippines, featuring a Hawaiian-style guitar

11:32pm

Ronnie Boykins “Demon's Dance”
from The Will Come, Is Now (ESP-Disk 2009) —recorded in 1975 - led by Sun Ra's bass player

11:36pm

Charles Mingus “Duke Ellington's Sound Of Love”
from Changes Two (Rhino / Atlantic 1993) —vocal by Jackie Paris - originally released in 1975

11:40pm

Brotzmann/Drake Duo “It's An Angel On The Door”
from The Dried Rat-Dog (Okkadisk 1995) —Peter Brotzmann on saxophone and Hamid Drake on drums

11:48pm

Charles "Bobo" Shaw & The Human Arts Ensemble “Be Bo Bo Be”
from P'nk J'zz (Muse 1981) L —featuring Joseph Bowie and Julius Hemphill

11:53pm

Byard Lancaster “Rib Crib II”
from Funny Funky Rib Crib (Kindred Spirits 2008) —recorded in 1974 - featuring Francois Nyomo who also played guitar with the Human Arts Ensemble on the previous piece


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