Bob Putignano is playing music in Episode 364 by Ronnie Foster, The Crusaders, Larry Goldings, Horace Silver, Peter Bernstein, Bill Stewart, Ben Sidran, and Blue Mitchell.
The John Sinclair Foundation Presents DOWN BY THE RIVER SOUNDS OF BLUE 364 Robert Putignano, taintradio.org, October 23, 2022 
Twilight Zone Theme Ronnie Foster: Sultry Song The Crusaders: Ballad for Joe (Louis) Larry Goldings: That’s Enough Horace Silver: Satisfaction Guaranteed Larry Goldings: The Intimacy of the Blues Larry Goldings-Peter Bernstein-Bill Stewart: Time of the Season Ben Sidran with Blue Mitchell: When a Woman Says She Ready Ben Sidran: Puttin’ In Time on Planet Earth
A JOINT PRODUCTION Hosted by Bob Putignano for Radio Free Amsterdam Produced & recorded by Bob Putignano for taintradio.org Post-production, editing & annotation by John Sinclair Executive Producer: Steve Pratt
George Klein presents an hour of music by guitarist Grant Green from four previously unreleased Blue Note albums from 1961-1962 that were recently unearthed and issued by Mosaic Records in a box set called The Complete Blue Note Recordings of Grant Green with Sonny Clark.
The John Sinclair Foundation Presents HIP FUNK THE GROOVE YARD 192 George Klein, WEMU-FM, Ypsilanti, November 3, 1991 
Grant Green: Hip Funk Grant Green: Someday My Prince Will Come Grant Green: If I Should Lose You Grant Green: Back in Your Own Back Yard Grant Green: Cool Blues Grant Green: Born to Be Blue Grant Green: Granada
A JOINT PRODUCTION Hosted by George Klein for Radio Free Amsterdam Produced & recorded by George Klein at WEMU-FM, Ypsilanti MI Post-production, editing & annotation by John Sinclair Executive Producer: Steve Pratt
arwulf arwulf is holding forth at WCBN-FM, Ann Arbor with his weekly dose of great music featuring reedman, sideman and bandleader Herbie Fields with Taft Jordan, Woody Herman, Milt Buckner, Lionel Hampton, Al Casey, Slam Stewart, Miles Davis, Dodo Marmarosa, Wynonie Harris, Arnett Cobb, Rubberlegs Williams and the Hamptone All Stars.
The John Sinclair Foundation Presents HOW HERBIE FEELS FACE THE MUSIC 191 arwulf arwulf, WCBN-FM, Ann Arbor, October 27, 2022 
Herbie Fields and his Orchestra with Taft Jordan: You Can Depend on Me Woody Herman and his Orchestra featuring Herbie Fields: Perdido Herbie Fields’ Swingsters featuring Milt Buckner: Buck’s Boogie Woogie Herbie Fields’ Swingsters: Mel’s Riff Herbie Fields’ Hot Five with Lionel Hampton, Al Casey & Slam Stewart: OK Sarge Herbie Fields’ Swingsters: Jumpin’ For Savoy (a.k.a. How Herbie Feels) Herbie Fields’ Hot Seven with Miles Davis: Camp Meeting The Lionel Hampton Septet with Herbie Fields: Doublin’ With Dublin Gladys Hampton’s Quartet with Herbie Fields and Dodo Marmarosa: Star Time Herbie Fields & the Hamptone All Stars: Gate Serene Blues Wynonie Harris with Arnett Cobb & Herbie Fields: Good Morning Corrine Rubberlegs Williams with Herbie Fields: That’s the Stuff You Got to Watch The Lionel Hampton Sextet with Herbie Fields: Ribs and Hot Sauce Herbie Fields’ Hot Seven: Run Down Herbie Fields & his Orchestra: Cherokee Herbie Fields’ Quintet: I Wanna Herbie Fields’ Quintet: Soprano Boogie Lionel Hampton & his Orchestra featuring Herbie Fields: Hey! Ba-Ba-Re-Bop
A JOINT PRODUCTION Hosted by arwulf arwulf for Radio Free Amsterdam Produced & recorded by arwulf arwulf at WCBN-FM, Ann Arbor Post-production, editing & annotation by John Sinclair Executive Producer: Steve Pratt
Linda Lexy is spinning all night in 2012 with selections by Tino G., The Capitols, Soul Sisters, Eugene Church, Big Ella, Ripple, Earth Wind & Fire, Backyard Heavies, Parliament, the Riverfront Band, Little Buck & the Topcats, Chet Ivy & his Fabulous Adventures, Ernie K-Doe, The Poets, the Four Tops, Lynn Collins, Little Johnny Taylor, and John Sinclair.
The John Sinclair Foundation Presents GOOD TIME TONIGHT PARTY TRAIN 32 Linda Lexy, Funky D Records, Detroit, 2012 
Tino G.: Little Soul Sister The Capitols: Cool Jerk Soul Sisters: Good Time Tonight Eugene Church: Mind Your Own Business Big Ella: I’m The Queen Ripple: A Funky Song Earth Wind & Fire: Evil Backyard HeaviesSoul Junction Parliament: Come In Out of the Rain Riverfront Band: Warm Daddy’s Choice Little Buck & the Topcats: Monkey in a Sack Chet Ivy & his Fabulous Adventures: When Love Comes Home Ernie K-Doe: Here Come the Girls The Poets: She Blew a Good Thing Four Tops: It’s the Way Nature Planned It Lynn Collins: Put It on the Line Little Johnny Taylor: How Can a Broke Man Survive John Sinclair: Just One Big Heart
A JOINT PRODUCTION Hosted by Linda Lexy for Radio Free Amsterdam Produced & recorded by Tino G. at Funky D Studios, Royal Oak Edited, assembled & annotated by John Sinclair Executive Producer: Steve Pratt
Leslie Keros is bringing us Episode 6 of her blues show for WDCB-FM in Chcago called Mood Indigo, featuring music this week by the Oscar Peterson Trio, Stan Getz, Davina & the Vagabonds, John Lee Hooker, Elmore James, Big Jack Johnson with Wild Child Butler, Robert Cray, Denise LaSalle, Michael Bloomfield, the Paul Butterfield Blues Band, and the Tony Monaco Trio with Willie Pooch.
The John Sinclair Foundation Presents RIGHT NEXT DOOR MOOD INDIGO 06 Leslie Keros, WDCB-FM, Chicago, July 16, 2022 
Oscar Peterson Trio: Gee, Baby, Ain’t I Good to You Stan Getz: Bronx Blues Davina & the Vagabonds: You Better Start Praying John Lee Hooker: It Serves Me Right (to Suffer) Elmore James: You Know You’re Wrong Big Jack Johnson with Wild Child Butler: Aching All Over Robert Cray: Right Next Door Denise LaSalle: Don’t Mess with My Man Michael Bloomfield: Carmelita Skiffle Paul Butterfield Blues Band: Piney Brown Blues Tony Monaco Trio with Willie Pooch: Crosscut Saw Albert Collins: Give Me My Blues
A JOINT PRODUCTION Hosted by Leslie Keros for Radio Free Amsterdam Produced & edited, by Leslie Keros at WDCb-FM, Chicago Post-production, editing & annotatation by John Sinclair Executive Producer: Steve Pratt
Bruce Pingree with a program of Mother’s Day music in 2014 by the Rev. Edward W. Claibourne, Mattie Delaney, Geechie Wiley, Elvie Thomas, Louise Johnson, Victoria Spivey, and Ella Fitzgerald.
The John Sinclair Foundation Presents LAST KIND WORD THE BLUES SHOW 558 Bruce Pingree, WUNH-FM, Durham, NH, May 11, 2014 
Rev. Edward W. Claibourne: Everybody Ought To Treat Their Mother Right Mattie Delaney: Down The Big Road Blues Mattie Delaney: Tallahatchie River Blues Geechie Wiley: Last Kind Word Blues Elvie Thomas & Geechie Wiley: Motherless Child Blues Louise Johnson: On The Wall Louise Johnson:By The Moon And Stars Louise Johnson: Long Ways From Home Louise Johnson: All Night Long Blues Victoria Spivey: I Got The Blues So Bad Ella Fitzgerald: St. Louis Blues Ella Fitzgerald & Oscar Peterson: Mean To Me Ella Fitzgerald: Cherry Red Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong: The Nearness Of You Ella Fitzgerald: Down Hearted Blues
A JOINT PRODUCTION Hosted by Bruce Pingree for Radio Free Amsterdam Produced & recorded by Bruce Pingree at WUNH-FM, Durham, NH (#132) Editing, post-production, & annotation by John Sinclair Executive Producer: Steve Pratt
Steve The Fly is mixing up a heady brew of music from bohemia after dark in Episode 115 featuring Clarence ‘Gatemouth’ Brown, Albert King, Sonny Boy Williamson III, Eddie Boyd, Howlin’ Wolf, Clarence ‘Gatemouth’ Brown, Lowell Fulson, Willie Dixon, Sun Ra, Thelonious Monk, Sonny Stitt, and Miles Davis with Charlie Parker & Sonny Rollins on tenors.
The John Sinclair Foundation Presents BOHEMIA AFTER DARK FLY BY NIGHT 486 Steve The Fly, Fly Agaric 23 Studio, Amsterdam, June 28, 2015 
Clarence ‘Gatemouth’ Brown: The Drifter Albert King: Murder Sonny Boy Williamson III: You Killin’ Me Eddie Boyd: Third Degree Howlin’ Wolf: Evil Clarence ‘Gatemouth’ Brown: Please, Mr. Nixon Lowell Fulson: Do Me Right Albert King: Searchin’ For A Women Willie Dixon: Crazy For My Baby Sun Ra: I’m So Glad You Love Me Thelonious Monk: Just A Glance At Love Sonny Stitt: Woody N’ You Miles Davis: Compulsion Sonny Stitt: Bohemia After Dark
A JOINT PRODUCTION Hosted by Steve “The Fly” Pratt for Radio Free Amsterdam Produced & recorded at Fly Agaric 23 Studio, Amsterdam (#115) Post-production, editing & annotation by John Sinclair Executive Producer: Steve Pratt
Episode 983 is coming from Radio Free Amsterdam headquarters in Detroit’s Cass Corridor at 55 Peterboro Street with an hour of music by Detroit jazz artists of the 1960s and after from a just-released album from Strut & Art Yard Records in the UK called John Sinclair Presents the Detroit Artists Workshop—Community, Jazz and Art in the Motor City 1965-1981, featuring Charles Moore, Stanley Cowell & the Detroit Contemporary 4, Ron English & Lyman Woodard with the Paradise Theater Orchestra, the Lyman Woodard Organization, and the Bennie Maupin Quartet. I’ve waited many, many years for this record to see the light of day, and now here it is! Special thanks to Peter Dennett of Art Yard Records for his unstinting commitment to this music.
The John Sinclair Foundation Presents DETROIT ARTISTS WORKSHOP JOHN SINCLAIR RADIO SHOW 983 Cass Corridor, Detroit, November 2, 2022 
Yusef Lateef: Happyology Detroit Contemporary 4: The Promise Detroit Contemporary 4: Effi Detroit Contemporary 4: Three Flowers Ron English & the Paradise Theater Orchestra: Bees Lyman Woodard & the Paradise Theater Orchestra: Deja Vu Lyman Woodard Organization: Help Me Get Away Bennie Maupin Quartet: Water Torture
A JOINT PRODUCTION Hosted by John Sinclair for Radio Free Amsterdam Produced, edited & assembled by John Sinclair Executive Producer: Steve “Fly” Pratt Special thanks to Peter Dennett