Fly By Night 323: Lucky Seven

Steve The Fly recently uncovered this program in his mini-disc files, recorded September 16, 2000 and re-presented here as Episode 323 with music by David Axelrod, James Brown, Les De Merle, Cannonball Adderley, John Coltrane, Curtis Mayfield, The Skatalites, Jimi Hendrix, and Miles Davis.
 
The John Sinclair Foundation Presents
LUCKY SEVEN
FLY BY NIGHT 323
Steve The Fly, Fly Agaric 23 Studio, Amsterdam, September 16, 2000 [19462]
 
David Axelrod: The Fly
James Brown: The Funky Drummer
Les De Merle: A Day In The Life
Cannonball Adderley: Mercy, Mercy, Mercy
John Coltrane: Like Sonny
Curtis Mayfield: Right On For The Darkness
The Skatalites: Lucky Seven
Jimi Hendrix: Hear My Train Comin’
Miles Davis: Dark Magus
 
A JOINT PRODUCTION
Produced by Steve “The Fly” Pratt for Radio Free Amsterdam (#116)
Post-production, editing & annotation by John Sinclair
Executive Producer: Steve Pratt
 
© 2019 Steve Pratt. Used with permission.
 

John Sinclair Radio Show 820: Chills & Fever

Episode 820 is coming from my room at the Westin Hotel in Cincinnati, Ohio where I’m speaking this afternoon to a medical conference about the use of marijuana to combat pain and playing now an hour of music and conversation centered on the Kansas City/New Orleans guitarist and singer Samantha Fish and her album Chills & Fever plus a conversation with Robert Jr. Whitall & Sugar Mae Owens of Big City Rhythm & Blues magazine and a pair of cuts from her performance in Ann Arbor at my 75th birthday party in 2016.
 
The John Sinclair Foundation Presents
CHILLS & FEVER
JOHN SINCLAIR RADIO SHOW 820
Westin Hotel, Cincinnati, August 8, 2019 [19461]
 
Yusef Lateef: Happyology
Samantha Fish: Crow Jane
Samantha Fish Conversation with Robert Jr. & Sugar Mae
Samantha Fish: Chills & Fever
Samantha Fish Conversation with Robert Jr. & Sugar Mae
Samantha Fish: It’s Your Voodoo Working
Samantha Fish: You Can’t Go
Samantha Fish Conversation with Robert Jr. & Sugar Mae
Samantha Fish: Hello Stranger
Samantha Fish: Either Way I Lose
Samantha Fish Conversation with Robert Jr. & Sugar Mae
Samantha Fish: Stay All Night
Samantha Fish: Going Down
Samantha Fish Conversation with Robert Jr. & Sugar Mae
Samantha Fish: You’ll Never Change
Samantha Fish: Nearer To You
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 Rueben Williams, Robert Jr. Whitall & Sugar Mae Owens
 
© 2019 The John Sinclair Foundation
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

John Sinclair Radio Show 820: Chills & Fever

Episode 820 is coming from my room at the Westin Hotel in Cincinnati, Ohio where I’m speaking this afternoon to a medical conference about the use of marijuana to combat pain and playing now an hour of music and conversation centered on the Kansas City/New Orleans guitarist and singer Samantha Fish and her album Chills & Fever plus a conversation with Robert Jr. Whitall & Sugar Mae Owens of Big City Rhythm & Blues magazine and a pair of cuts from her performance in Ann Arbor at my 75th birthday party in 2016.
 
The John Sinclair Foundation Presents
CHILLS & FEVER
JOHN SINCLAIR RADIO SHOW 820
Westin Hotel, Cincinnati, August 8, 2019 [19461]
 
Yusef Lateef: Happyology
Samantha Fish: Crow Jane
Samantha Fish Conversation with Robert Jr. & Sugar Mae
Samantha Fish: Chills & Fever
Samantha Fish Conversation with Robert Jr. & Sugar Mae
Samantha Fish: It’s Your Voodoo Working
Samantha Fish: You Can’t Go
Samantha Fish Conversation with Robert Jr. & Sugar Mae
Samantha Fish: Hello Stranger
Samantha Fish: Either Way I Lose
Samantha Fish Conversation with Robert Jr. & Sugar Mae
Samantha Fish: Stay All Night
Samantha Fish: Going Down
Samantha Fish Conversation with Robert Jr. & Sugar Mae
Samantha Fish: You’ll Never Change
Samantha Fish: Nearer To You
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 Rueben Williams, Robert Jr. Whitall & Sugar Mae Owens
 
© 2019 The John Sinclair Foundation