Jazz Lunatique 196: Creator Of The Universe

David Kunian is playing music this week by Egg Yolk Jubilee, the Wild Tchoupitoulas, the Treme Brass Band in a salute to Benny Jones on his 75th birthday, the TBC Brass Band, All That, Grant Green, and a long tribute to the recently departed Queen of Soul, Ms. Aretha Franklin.

 

The John Sinclair Foundation Presents

ALWAYS THERE

JAZZ LUNATIQUE 196

David Kunian, WWOZ-FM, New Orleans, August 14, 2018 [18546]

 

Egg Yolk Jubilee: A Call For All Demons

Wild Tchoupitoulas: Hey Mama (Indians Coming)

Treme Brass Band: It Ain’t My Fault

TBC Brass Band: Always There

Aretha Franklin: Think

All That: Red

Grant Green: I Wish You Love

All That: Theme Song

Aretha Franklin: The House That Jack Built

Aretha Franklin: Ain’t No Way

Aretha Franklin: If I Lose This Dream

Aretha Franklin: I Never Loved A Man

Aretha Franklin: Natural Woman

Aretha Franklin: Dr. Feelgood

 

A JOINT PRODUCTION

Hosted by David Kunian for Radio Free Amsterdam

Produced & recorded by David Kunian at WWOZ-FM, New Orleans

Post-production, editing & annotation by John Sinclair

Executive Producer: Steve Pratt

 

© 2018 David Kunian. Used with permission.

 

Roots & Branches 18: Bob Kaufman—Poet

The John Sinclair Foundation Presents

BOB KAUFMAN—POET

ROOTS & BRANCHES 18

David Henderson, KPFA-FM, Berkeley CA, 1991 [18547]

 

Poet and biographer David Henderson pays serious homage to the great Bob Kaufman, pioneering beat and surrealist poet from New Orleans, in

Bob Kaufman—POET: The Life & Poetry of an African American Man. Kaufman is remembered and explicated by friends and fellow poets including Allen Ginsberg, Amiri Baraka, Ted Joans, Bob’s brother George, his widow Eileen, and many others, with their testimony set against music by Charlie Parker and Horace Silver and recitations of Kaufman’s poems by Roscoe Lee Browne, Ossie Davis, Ruby Dee, Tony Seymour, and Bob Kaufman himself. Part One investigates Kaufman’s youth, his early manhood as a merchant seaman and political organizer, and his impact on San Francisco in the 1950s.

Cast: David Henderson, writer & producer; hosted by Ed Markman; narrated by Al Young; family & friends George Kaufman, Eileen Kaufman, Raymond Foye, Jerry Kamstra, photographer Jerry Stoll, and Simon Alexander; scholars Nathaniel Mackie, Charles Nyland, and Maria Damon; fellow poets Allen Ginsberg, Ted Joans, Amiri Baraka abd Lawrence Ferlinghetti; recitations from Solitudes Crowded With Loneliness by Bob Kaufman, Roscoe Lee Browne, Ruby Dee, Ossie Davis, Tony Seymour, Suzanne Cockrel; recorded music by Charlie Parker and Horace Silver.

 

A JOINT PRODUCTION

Written & produced by David Henderson

Post-production, editing & annotation by John Sinclair

Executive Producer: Steve Pratt

 

© 1991, 2018 David Henderson. Used with permission.