Soul Lucille Show 175: The Trip

Lucille DJ is on the air from the heart of Italy with a killer hour of soul & super heavy funk and a guest spot by John Sinclair with tunes by Sonny Knight & The Lakers, Jimmy James & The Vagabonds, Albert Washington, Aretha Franklin, Marvin Gaye, Fats Domino, Dr. John, Mike James Kirkland, Eugene Blacknell, John Lee Hooker, Andre Williams, Howling Diablos, 20th Century Steel Band, Ripple, The Poets Of Rhythm, Jimmy Ruffin, The Soul Brothers Six, and the Sons & Daughters Of Life.

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THE TRIP

THE SOUL LUCILLE SHOW 175

Lucille DJ, controradio-fm, Florence, Italy, December 29, 2018 [19024]

Sonny Knight & The Lakers: Hey Girl

Jimmy James & The Vagabonds: Hope

Albert Washington: A Woman Is A Funny Thing

Aretha Franklin: It Ain’t Necessarily So

Marvin Gaye: Your Unchanging Love

Fats Domino: I’m In Love Again

Dr  John: My Indian Red

Mike James Kirkland: What Have We Done

Eugene Blacknell: The Trip

John Lee Hooker: Dimples

Andre Williams: Jail Bait

Howling Diablos: Beatnik Mambo

20th Century Steel Band: We’ve Got To Work To Stay Together

Ripple:This Ain’t No Time To Be Giving Up

The Poets Of Rhythm: Augusta GA

Jimmy Ruffin: East Side West Side

The Soul Brothers Six: You’ve Got To Have Rhythm

Sons & Daughters Of Lite: A Real Thing

A JOINT PRODUCTION

Hosted by Lucille DJ for Radio Free Amsterdam

Produced & recorded by Lucille DJ at controradio-fm, Firenze

Post-production, editing & annotation by John Sinclair

Executive Producer: Steve Pratt

© 2018 Lucille Mancini. Used with permission.

Big City Blues Cruise 81: Hello Central

Martino D’Lorenzo is playing the blues on 45s, 78s and LPs from behind the wheel of the Big City Blues Cruise bus, spinning his classic modern radio programs from the 1980s and 1990s originally aired on WEMU-FM in Ypsilanti MI and now heard every Saturday on Radio Free Amsterdam. Episode 81 features music by Red Prysock, Wilbert Harrison, B.B. King, Lightning Hopkins, T-Bone Walker, Mac Rebennack, The Crows, James Cotton, The Cadillacs, and Lowell Fulson.

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LET’S WORK TOGETHER

BIG CITY BLUES CRUISE 81

Martino D’Lorenzo, WEMU-FM, Ypsilanti, December 5, 1982 [19023]

Red Prysock: Jumbo

Wilbert Harrison: Let’s Work Together

B.B. King: Respect Yourself

Lightning Hopkins: Hello Central

Lightning Hopkins: Mr. Charlie

T-Bone Walker: I’m In An Awful Mood

Mac Rebennack: Big Mac

The Crows: Call The Doctor

James Cotton: She Moves Me

The Cadillacs: Ding Dong Ding

Lowell Fulson: It Hurts Me Too

Mac Rebennack: The Nearness of You

Red Prysock: Jumbo

A JOINT PRODUCTION

Hosted by Martino D’Lorenzo for Radio Free Amsterdam

Produced by Martin Gross at WEMU-FM, Ypsilanti MI

Post-production, editing & annotation by John Sinclair

Executive Producer: Steve Pratt

© 1982, 2019 Tino Gross. Used with permission.

The Dr. Doo Wop Show 12: Ting A Ling

Dr. Doo Wop has got more great music from the Golden Age of Rhythm & Blues as played on his programs from the turn of the century for Radio 100 in Amsterdam, starting in Episode 12 with Tarheel Slim & Little Ann, The Sensations, The Clovers, The Moonlighters, The Coronets, Buster Brown, The Vibrations, Warren Smith, The Ascetics, Lee Andrews & The Hearts, The Radiants, The Miracles, The “5” Royales, Big Joe Turner, The Robins, The Moonglows and one unidentified artist.

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TING A LING

THE DR. DOO WOP SHOW 12

William Levy, Radio 100, Amsterdam, August 11, 2000 [19022]

Dr. Doo Wop Theme

Tarheel Slim & Little Ann: I Hear You Knocking

The Sensations: Let Me In

The Clovers: Ting A Ling

The Moonlighters: Shoo Bee Doo Be Doo

The Coronets: Nadine

Buster Brown: Fannie Mae

The Vibrations: The Watusi

Warren Smith: Ubangi Stomp

The Ascetics: Teardrops

Lee Andrews & The Hearts: Teardrops

The Radiants: Voice Your Choice

The Miracles: Bad Girl

[Unidentified Artist]: Unchained Melody

The “5” Royales: Think

Big Joe Turner: The Chicken And The Hawk

The Robins: If It’s So Baby

The Moonglows: Don’t Say Goodbye

Goodnight Sweetheart Theme

A JOINT PRODUCTION

Hosted by William Levy for Radio Free Amsterdam

Produced by William Levy at Radio 100, Amsterdam

Post-production, editing & annotation by John Sinclair

Executive Producer: Steve Pratt

Special thanks to Ben Schot

© 2000, 2019 Bill Levy. Used with permission.

Sounds of Blue 171: Here To Stay

Bob Putignano is playing music in Episode 171 by the Pat Metheny Group, the Metheny-Mehldau Quartet, Full Moon, Traffic, The Larry Goldings Trio, Luther Allison, Herbie Mann, Eric Kloss, and Rodney Jones.

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HERE TO STAY

SOUNDS OF BLUE 171

Bob Putignano, Sounds of Blue Studio, New York, September 2018 [19021]

Pat Metheny Group: Here to Stay
Metheny-Mehldau Quartet: A Night Away
Full Moon: Three Step Dance
Traffic: Far From Home
The Larry Goldings Trio: Woodstock
Traffic: Mozambique
The Larry Goldings Trio: I Think It’s Going To Rain Today
Full Moon: Need Your Love
Traffic: Every Night, Every Day
Luther Allison: Midnight Creeper
Herbie Mann: Chain of Fools
Eric Kloss: It’s Too Late
Rodney Jones: Soul Makossa
Herbie Mann: Memphis Underground
Rodney Jones: Soup Bone
Luther Allison: All the King’s Horses

A JOINT PRODUCTION

Hosted by Bob Putignano for Radio Free Amsterdam

Produced by Bob Putignano at Sounds of Blue Studio, New York

Post-production, editing & annotation by John Sinclair

Executive Producer: Steve Pratt

© 2019 Robert Putignano. Used with permission.

The Groove Yard 02: Serpent’s Tooth


 
George Klein presents music from the 1950s & ‘60s—jazz from the LP era—on the original Groove Yard weekly jazz show from WEMU-FM in Ypsilanti MI, with music this week by John Coltrane and a series of Miles Davis recordings from the early to mid-1950s.
 
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SERPENT’S TOOTH
THE GROOVE YARD 02
George Klein, WEMU-FM, Ypsilanti, September 24, 1989 [19020]
 
John Coltrane: If There is Someone Lovelier Than You
Miles Davis: Morpheus
Miles Davis: Down
Miles Davis: Whispering
Miles Davis: When Lights Are Low
Miles Davis: Tune Up
Miles Davis: Serpent’s Tooth
Miles Davis: The Man I Love
Miles Davis: Bags’ Groove
Miles Davis: Blue N’ Boogie
 
A JOINT PRODUCTION
Hosted by George Klein for Radio Free Amsterdam
Produced & recorded by George Klein in Ypsilanti MI
Post-production, editing & annotation by John Sinclair
Executive Producer: Steve Pratt
 
© 1989, 2019 George Klein. Used with permission.
 

Jazz at Daybreak 02: Wigging

 
Leslie Keros is showcasing modern jazz at its best on her new series for Radio Free Amsterdam called Jazz at Daybreak, with music in Episode 2 by Shirley Scott & Stanley Turrentine, B.B. King, Joe Williams, Cyrus Chestnut, Clark Terry, Nancy Wilson, Randy Johnston, Benny Green, Roy Haynes, Henry Conerway III, and Cannonball Adderly.
 
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WIGGING
JAZZ AT DAYBREAK 02
Leslie Keros, WDCB-FM, Chicago, December 14, 2018 [19019]
 
Shirley Scott & Stanley Turrentine: Trouble No. 2
B.B. King: She’s Dynamite
Joe Williams: When the Sun Goes Down
Cyrus Chestnut: Turkish Rondo
Clark Terry: Tee Pee Music
Nancy Wilson: The Saga of Bill Bailey
Randy Johnston: For the King
Benny Green: Wigging
Roy Haynes: Reflection
Henry Conerway III: Sugar Ray
Nancy Wilson: An Older Man Is Like an Elegant Wine
Cannonball Adderly: Hi Fly
 
A JOINT PRODUCTION
Hosted by Leslie Keros for Radio Free Amsterdam
Produced & recorded by Leslie Keros for WDCB-FM, Chicago
Post-production, editing & annotation by John Sinclair
Executive Producer: Steve Pratt
 
© 2019 Leslie Keros. Used with permission.

Roots & Branches 29: New Direction

Part Two of “Herlin Riley Plays for Powers of the Most High” features converations with the drummer by Don Paul and Maryse Déjean where Herlin reveals more of what moves his playing, interspersed with tracks from Herlin’s 2005 Cream Of The Crescent and 2016 New Direction albums plus songs by Ray Charles, Louis Armstrong, Aretha Franklin, the TBC Brass Band, James Black, John Boudreaux, and Earl Palmer as well as a poem by q.r. hand.

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NEW DIRECTION

ROOTS & BRANCHES 29

Don Paul, Spiritual: New Orleans, December 28, 2018 [19018]

Herlin Riley Conversation with Maryse Dejean & Don Paul

Ray Charles: The Sun Has Died

Louis Armstrong: After She’s Gone

Aretha Franklin: Spirit In The Dark

Herlin Riley Conversation with Maryse Dejean & Don Paul

TBC Brass Band: Second-Line Rhythms

Herlin Riley Conversation with Maryse Dejean & Don Paul

James Blac: Monkey Puzzle >

Eddie Bo: Hook And Sling

Lee Dorsey: Riverboat”

AFO Executivess: WYLD

Dr. John: I Walk On Gilded Splinters

Earl Palmer Medley

Smokey Johnson

Idris Muhammad.

Herlin Riley Conversation with Maryse Dejean & Don Paul

Herlin Riley: from New Direction and Cream Of The Crescent

q. r. hand: All Asound Us

A JOINT PRODUCTION

Hosted by Don Paul for Radio Free Amsterdam

Produced & recorded by Don Paul at Sticking Up For Kids in New Orleans

Post-production, editing & annotation by John Sinclair

Executive Producer: Steve Pratt

© 2019 Don Paul. Used with permission.

Blues & Roots 50: Herb Man

Episode 50 in John Sinclair’s Blues & Roots series originally broadcast on WWOZ-FM in New Orleans in 2000 features an hour of blues music by Little Walter, Barbara Lynn, Willie King & The Liberators, Mighty Sam McClain, Pine Top Perkins, Professor Longhair, Olu Dara, Don Covay, Lacy Gibson, and Big Walter Horton.

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HERB MAN

BLUES & ROOTS 50

John Sinclair, WWOZ-FM, New Orleans, November 12, 2000 [19017]

        

Little Walter: Juke

Barbara Lynn: Lynn’s Blues

Willie King & The Liberators: Vicking County Payback

Mighty Sam McClain: Dark Side Of The Street

Pine Top Perkins: Just A Little Bit

[Unidentified Selection]

Professor Longhair: Stagolee

Olu Dara: Herb Man

Don Covay: One Stop Woman

Olu Dara: Massamba

Lacy Gibson: Easy Woman

Big Walter Horton: Going Home To Mama

Little Walter: Lights Out

A JOINT PRODUCTION

Hosted by John Sinclair for Radio Free Amsterdam

Produced, edited, assembled & annotated by John Sinclair

Executive Producer: Steve Pratt

Special thanks to Leni & Sunnny Sinclair

© 2000, 2019 The John Sinclair Foundation