Go To The Mardi Gras: John Sinclair Radio Show 538

Episode 538 is coming out of Frenchy’s studio in New Orleans with the classic tunes of Mardi Gras by Professor Longhair, Bill Sinigal & the Skyliners, Dave Bartholomew, Sugar Boy & the Cane Cutters, The Hawketts, and Al Johnson, plus Wild Indian music by Los Hombres Calientes, Chief Smiley Ricks, Big Chief Peppy withTroy Andrews, Bayou Renegades, War Chief Juan, Chief Alfred Doucette & the Flaming Arrows, the Mandingo Warriors, and the Wild Magnolias.

 

The John Sinclair Foundation Presents

GO TO THE MARDI GRAS

JOHN SINCLAIR RADIO SHOW 538

Frenchy’s Studio, New Orleans, March 1, 2014 [20-1409]

 

Yusef Lateef: Happyology

Professor Longhair: Go To The Mardi Gras

Bill Sinigal & the Skyliners Second Line (Part 1)

Dave Bartholomew: Carnival Day

Sugar Boy & the Cane Cutters: Jock-A-Mo

The Hawketts: Mardi Gras Mambo

Al Johnson: Carnival Time

Los Hombres Calientes: Indians

Chief Smiley Ricks: Indians of the Nation Speech

Chief Smiley Ricks: Early in the Morning (Oo Na Nae)

Big Chief Peppy/Troy Andrews: Got to Get Ready

Bayou Renegades: Old Time Indian

War Chief Juan: Way Uptown

Chief Alfred Doucette & Flaming Arrows: Marie Laveau Is Coming Out

Mandingo Warriors: Back Street Jam

Wild Magnolias: Smoke My Peace Pipe

 

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 Celia Sinclair, Frenchy Tina & Two Bears

 

© 2014, 2018 The John Sinclair Foundation

 

John Sinclair Radio Show 744: Fire On The Bayou

Episode 744 is my annual Mardi Gras Wild Indian music spectacular coming from Oak Street on the sidewalk outside the Zotz Coffeehouse on Fat Sunday afternoon with an hour of msuic recorded in New Orleans by Wild Indian gangs and singers including Chief Smiley Ricks, Cyril Neville, the Wild Tchoupitoulas, 101 Runners, the Black Eagles, the Wild Magnolias, the Bayou Renegades, Cha Wa, and Big Chief Alfred Doucette.

 

The John Sinclair Foundation Presents

FIRE ON THE BAYOU

JOHN SINCLAIR RADIO SHOW 744

Zotz Coffeeshop, New Orleans, February 11, 2018 [20-1806]

 

Yusef Lateef: Happyology

Chief Smiley Ricks: Indian Red

Cyril Neville: Big Chief Jolly

Wild Tchoupitoulas: Here Dey Come

101 Runners: Shallow Water

Black Eagles: No No No No No

Wild Magnolias: Coochie Molly

Bayou Renegades: Here Come the Indians Now

Cha Wa: Meet de Boys on the Battlefront

Charlie Parker: They Can’t Take That Away From Me

 

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 Jerry Brock, Becky, Christian Greer and Michelle.

 

© 2018 The John Sinclair Foundation

 

 

 

 

Ancestor Worship 80: Out of This World

We’re continuing our investigation into the recorded works of the John Coltrane Qyartet on Impulse Records, this episode of Ancestor Worship begins with the 45 version of “Greensleeves” from December 21, 1961 with Reggie Workman on bass, McCoy Tyner on piano and Elvin Jones on drums, then the song “It’s Easy To Remember” from Ballads on April 11, 1962 with Jimmy Garrison permanently installed on bass, and continuing through the sessions of June 19-20 and June 29 for the great album titled Coltrane (Impulse A-21), and ending on September 18, 1962 with “Up ‘Gainst The Wall.” Our bonus track, “The Last Blues,” is from a later Impulse session.

 

The John Sinclair Foundation Presents

OUT OF THIS WORLD

ANCESTOR WORSHIP 80

John Sinclair, Frenchy’s Studio, New Orleans, February 17, 2014 [18083]

 

Charlie Parker: Another Hairdo

John Coltrane Quartet: Greensleeves

John Coltrane Quartet: It’s Easy To Remember

John Coltrane Quartet: The Inch Worm

John Coltrane Quartet: Big Nick

John Coltrane Quartet: Out Of This World

John Coltrane Quartet: Soul Eyes

John Coltrane Quartet: Miles’ Mode (The Red Planet)

John Coltrane Quartet: Tunji

John Coltrane Quartet: Up ‘Gainst The Wall

John Coltrane Quartet: The Last Blues

 

A JOINT PRODUCTION

Hosted by John Sinclair for Radio Free Amsterdam

Produced, recorded, edited & assembled by John Sinclair

Executive Producer: Steve Pratt

Special thanks to Celia Sinclair, Frenchy, Tina & Two Bears

 

© 2014, 2018 The John Sinclair Foundation

 

Jazz Lunatique 163: Space Is The Place

We’re continuing our investigation into the recorded works of the John Coltrane Qyartet on Impulse Records, this episode of Ancestor Worship begins with the 45 version of “Greensleeves” from December 21, 1961 with Reggie Workman on bass, McCoy Tyner on piano and Elvin Jones on drums, then the song “It’s Easy To Remember” from Ballads on April 11, 1962 with Jimmy Garrison permanently installed on bass, and continuing through the sessions of June 19-20 and June 29 for the great album titled Coltrane (Impulse A-21), and ending on September 18, 1962 with “Up ‘Gainst The Wall.” Our bonus track, “The Last Blues,” is from a later Impulse session.

 

The John Sinclair Foundation Presents

OUT OF THIS WORLD

ANCESTOR WORSHIP 80

John Sinclair, Frenchy’s Studio, New Orleans, February 17, 2014 [18083]

 

Charlie Parker: Another Hairdo

John Coltrane Quartet: Greensleeves

John Coltrane Quartet: It’s Easy To Remember

John Coltrane Quartet: The Inch Worm

John Coltrane Quartet: Big Nick

John Coltrane Quartet: Out Of This World

John Coltrane Quartet: Soul Eyes

John Coltrane Quartet: Miles’ Mode (The Red Planet)

John Coltrane Quartet: Tunji

John Coltrane Quartet: Up ‘Gainst The Wall

John Coltrane Quartet: The Last Blues

 

A JOINT PRODUCTION

Hosted by John Sinclair for Radio Free Amsterdam

Produced, recorded, edited & assembled by John Sinclair

Executive Producer: Steve Pratt

Special thanks to Celia Sinclair, Frenchy, Tina & Two Bears

 

© 2014, 2018 The John Sinclair Foundation

 

Blues & Roots 06: Indian Red

Episode 06 is a re-edited broadcast of John Sinclair’s Mardi Gras Indian Music Special for 1997 on WWOZ-FM in New Orleans with music & commentary from the Wild Magnolias, the Rebirth Brass Band, the Wild Indians interviewed by Samuel Charters in 1956, Dr. John, the Flaming Arrows, the Sask Northern Drum, the Wild Tchoupitoulas, the Guardians of the Flame, and the Golden Eagles.

 

The John Sinclair Foundation Presents

INDIAN RED

BLUES & ROOTS 06

John Sinclair, WWOZ-FM, New Orleans, February 9, 1997 [18076]

Little Walter: Juke with John Sinclair Intro

Wild Magnolias & Rebirth Brass Band: Big Chief

Wild Indians Commentary from 1956 >

Indian Red > Commentary >

Red White & Blue Got The Golden Band

Dr. John: Mama Roux

Wild Magnolias: Indians, Here We Come

Flaming Arrows: Here Come The Indians Now

Sask Northern Drum:

Wild Magnolias: Meet de Boys on the Battlefront

Wild Tchoupitoulas: Hey, Hey (Indians Coming)

Dr. John Commentary for WWOZ Mardi Gras Music Special

Wild Indians: Indian Red > Big Chief Commentary

Wild Magnolias: Indians, Here They Come

Wild Magnolias: Smoke My Peace Pipe

Guardians of the Flame: My Gang Is Leaving Now

Golden Eagles: Indian Red

Little Walter: Lights Out with John Sinclair Outro

 

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

 

© 2001, 2018 The John Sinclair Foundation

 

John Sinclair Radio Show 743: Funkin’ For Fun

Episode 743 is my last show to be coming from the Detroit headquarters of Radio Free Amsterdam in the Cass Corridor until the middle of March when I plan to return from the Mardi Gras in New Orleans, so my next show will be the annual Mardi Gras music spectacular coming from somewhere in the Crescent City, but this last Detroit show is a special presentation of an hour of music by George Clinton selected and programmed by the great painter Jason Yates as a guest on the Pass The Paintbrush show on KCHUNG radio in Los Angeles on Martin Luther King Day this year, with cuts by Parliament, Funkadelic, the Brides of Funkenstein, the Space Cadets, the Sweat Band, and The Parliaments.

 

The John Sinclair Foundation Presents

FUNKIN’ FOR FUN

JOHN SINCLAIR RADIO SHOW 743

Cass Corridor, Detroit, January 27, 2018 [20-1805]

Yusef Lateef: Happyology

Evan Walsh intro to Jason Yates

Funkadelic: I Got A Thing, You Got A Thing

The Parliaments: I Wanna Testify

Funkadelic: Me And My Folks

Funkadelic: You Hit The Nail on the Head

Jason Yates Comments with Evan Walsh

Brides of Funkenstein: Disco To Go

Space Cadets: Let’s Pump It Up

Parliament: Funkin’ For Fun

Sweat Band: Freak To Freak

Funkadelic: I Betcha

Jason Yates Comments with Evan Walsh

Funkadelic: What’s Good To You Is Good To Me

Charlie Parker: They Can’t Take That Away From Me

 

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 Celia, Sunny & Beyonce Sinclair and Jason Yates

 

© 2018 The John Sinclair Foundation

 

Ancestor Worship 79: Impressions

Recorded live at the Village Vanguard in New York City on November 2-5, 1961 with Garvin Bushell (oboe, contrabassoon); John Coltrane (soprano & tenor saxophones); Eric Dolphy (alto saxophone & bass clarinet); McCoy Tyner (piano); Ahmed Abdul-Malik (oud); Jimmy Garrison (bass); and Elvin Jones (drums).

 

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IMPRESSIONS

ANCESTOR WORSHIP 79

John Sinclair, Frenchy’s Studio, New Orleans, February 23, 2014 [18069]

 

Charlie Parker: Another Hairdo

John Coltrane: Impressions

John Coltrane: India

John Coltrane: Greensleeves

John Coltrane: Miles’ Mode

John Coltrane: Spiritual

 

A JOINT PRODUCTION

Hosted by John Sinclair for Radio Free Amsterdam

Produced, recorded, edited & assembled by John Sinclair

Executive Producer: Steve Pratt

Special thanks to Celia Sinclair, Frenchy, Tine & Two Bears

 

© 2014, 2018 The John Sinclair Foundation