John Sinclair Radio Show 791: Kicks Joy Darkness

Episode 791 is coming from Dr. Bob’s Garage on Goldengate Street where I sleep at night, and I’m broadcasting from here because it’s too cold and snowy today here in the north end of Detroit to go down the street to the John Sinclair Café in the Psychedelic Healing Shack, where I’ve been beaming out on Mondays since the new year started. Today we’ll start onny Boy Williamson’s number “Nine Below Zero,” this time as played by Bufddy Guy on his new album, then cuts by Dave McMurray, Benny Turner, and myself, a small series of pieces inspired by early BobDylan records hat are taken from an album assembled in France by my friend Philippe LeBras called He Took Us By Storm, a performance by the Detroit Contemporary 5 from the Detroit Artists Workshop in November 1964, and a series fo selections from an album called Kicks Joy Darkness: A Tribute To Jack Kerouac featuring Jack. Joe Strummer, Anna Domino, William Burroughs & Tomandandy, Allen Ginsberg, and Eric Andersen, available here courtesy of my pal Ted Jackson in Amsterdam.
The John Sinclair Foundation Presents
Dr. Bob’s Garage, Detroit, January 28, 2019 [19056]
Yusef Lateef: Happyology
Buddy Guy: Nine Below Zero
Dave McMurray: After The Storm
Benny Turner: You Can Run But You Can’t Hide
John Sinclair: Dance of the Infidels
Len Chandler: Feet First Baby
Barry McGuire: Don’t You Wonder Where It’s At
Dick Campbell: You’ve Got To Be Kidding
Detroit Contemporary 4: Impressions
Jack Kerouac & Joe Strummer: MacDougal Street Blues
Anna Domino: Pome On Doctor Sax
William Burroughs & Tomandandy: Old Western Movies
Allen Ginsberg: The Brooklyn Bridge Blues, Choruses 1-9
Eric Andersen: The Brooklyn Bridge Blues, Chorus 10
Dave McMurray: Time #5
Charlie Parker: They Can’t Take That Away From Me
Hosted by John Sinclair for Radio Free Amsterdam
Produced, edited, assembled & annotated by John Sinclair
Executive Producer: Steve Pratt
Special thanks to Dr. Bob, Ryan & Trudy
© 2019 The John Sinclair Foundation