John Sinclair Radio Show 887 – And They Danced

Episode 887 is coming again from the Center for the Study of World Religions at the Harvard University Divinity School in Cambridge, Massachusetts where I’m in residence until the enf of October, and tonight I’m presenting a program of musical highlights and rarities by the Young Guardians of the Flame, John Boutte, journal entries by Robin Eichele, tunes by Woody Guthrie, Marshall Allen & the Sun Ra Arkestra, and Marion Brown, and a pair of closing numbers from the new album by Bob Dylan including his tribute to the great Jimmy Reed and his treatment of the John F. Kennedy assassination called “Murder Most Foul.”

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AND THEN THEY DANCED

JOHN SINCLAIR RADIO SHOW 887

Harvard University Divinity School, Cambridge MA, October 22, 2020 [20677]

                       

Yusef Lateef: Happyology

Young Guardians of the Flame: Oo Na Nae

John Boutte: Two Bands Rollin’

Robin Eichele: Journal Entries, October 7, 2020

Woody Guthrie: Tear The Fascists Down

Marshall Allen & the Sun Ra Arkestra: Song For The Sun

Marion Brown: And Then They Danced

Bob Dylan: Goodbye Jimmy Reed

Bob Dylan: Murder Most Foul

A JOINT PRODUCTION

Hosted by John Sinclair for Radio Free Amsterdam

Program produced, edited, assembled & annotated by John Sinclair

Executive Producer: Steve Pratt

© 2020 The John Sinclair Foundation

JOHN SINCLAIR RADIO SHOW 886 – 100 YEARS OF BLUES

Episode 886 is coming again from the Center for the Study of World Religions at the Harvard University Divinity School in Cambridge, Massachusetts where I’ve been in residence for the month of October, and tonight I’m featuring a program of music from the brand new album by Elvin Bishop & Charlie Musselwhite called 100 Years of Blues, interspersed with segments of a long conversation between Elvin Bishop and Robert Jr. Whiitall & Sugar Mae Owens of Big City Rhythm & Blues magazine.

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100 YEARS OF BLUES

JOHN SINCLAIR RADIO SHOW 886

Cass Corridor, Detroit, October 22, 2020 [20663]

                       

Yusef Lateef: Happyology

Elvin Bishop & Charlie Musselwhite: One Hundred Years of Blues

Elvin Bishop Conversation with Robert Jr. Whitall & Sugar Mae Owens

Elvin Bishop & Charlie Musselwhite: What The Hell?

Elvin Bishop Conversation with Robert Jr. Whitall & Sugar Mae Owens

Elvin Bishop & Charlie Musselwhite: Birds of a Feather

Elvin Bishop Conversation with Robert Jr. Whitall & Sugar Mae Owens

Elvin Bishop & Charlie Musselwhite: Old School

Elvin Bishop Conversation with Robert Jr. Whitall & Sugar Mae Owens

Elvin Bishop & Charlie Musselwhite: If I Should Have Bad Luck

Elvin Bishop Conversation with Robert Jr. Whitall & Sugar Mae Owens

Elvin Bishop & Charlie Musselwhite: Good Times

Elvin Bishop Conversation with Robert Jr. Whitall & Sugar Mae Owens

Elvin Bishop & Charlie Musselwhite: Blues For Yesterday

Elvin Bishop Conversation with Robert Jr. Whitall & Sugar Mae Owens

Elvin Bishop & Charlie Musselwhite: Help Me

Elvin Bishop Conversation with Robert Jr. Whitall & Sugar Mae Owens

Elvin Bishop & Charlie Musselwhite: Blues Why Do You Worry Me

Elvin Bishop Conversation with Robert Jr. Whitall & Sugar Mae Owens

Elvin Bishop & Charlie Musselwhite: South Side Slide

Charlie Parker: They Can’t Take That Away From Me (July 5, 1950)

A JOINT PRODUCTION

Hosted by John Sinclair for Radio Free Amsterdam

Program produced, edited, assembled & annotated by John Sinclair

Executive Producer: Steve Pratt

© 2020 The John Sinclair Foundation

BLUES EDITION 29 – NIGHT TIME IS THE RIGHT TIME

Dave Specter & the Bluebirds, Ray Charles, Jimmy Reed, Muddy Waters, Albert King, Leadbelly, Otis Spann, Sonny Boy Williamson, John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers, Koko Taylor, Howlin’ Wolf, Barrelhouse Chuck, Marcia Ball, and Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass.

The John Sinclair Foundation Presents

NIGHT TIME IS THE RIGHT TIME

BLUES EDITION 29

Leslie Keros, WDCB-FM, Chicago, October 20, 2012 [20654]

 

Big Daddy Kinsey: I Am the Blues

Dave Specter & the Bluebirds: Wags’ Blues

Ray Charles: Night Time Is the Right Time

Muddy Waters: Just to Be With You

Albert King: Born Under a Bad Sign

Leadbelly: Good Morning Blues

Otis Spann: Otis in the Dark

Sonny Boy Williamson: Nine Below Zero

John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers: All Your Love

Koko Taylor: Wang Dang Doodle

Howlin’ Wolf: The Red Rooster

Barrelhouse Chuck Goering: Pinetop’s Blues

Marcia Ball: Louella

Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass: Ain’t Got Nothing but the Blues

Muddy Waters: Forty Days and Forty Nights

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

© 2012, 2020 Leslie Keros. Used with permission.

JAZZ LUNATIQUE 303 – ATOMIC DOG

David Kunian is playing music this week by Egg Yolk Jubilee, David McMurray, The BeeGees, Teddy Pendergrass, Perez Prado, Soul Coughing, The B-52s, Clarence Carter, Prince, Yvonne Ellman, Trixie Whitley, Nth To The Power, James Booker, an unidentified artist, and Albert Ayler.

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ATOMIC DOG

JAZZ LUNATIQUE 303

David Kunian, WWOZ-FM, New Orleans, September 8, 2020 [20648]

Egg Yolk Jubilee: A Call For All Demonst

David McMurray: Atomic Dog

The BeeGees: Saturday Night Fever

Teddy Pendergrass: I Don’t Love You Any More

Perez Prado: Cabayo Negro

Soul Coughing: The Bus To Beezelbub

The B-52s: Rock Lobster

Clarence Carter: Snatching It Back

Prince: Alphabet Street

Yvonne Ellman: If I Can’t Have You

Trixie Whitley: Long Time Coming

Nth To The Power: The God Particle

James Booker: Gonzo

[Unidentified Artist]: [Unidentified Selection]

Albert Ayler: Spiritual Rebirth

A JOINT PRODUCTION

Hosted by David Kunian for Radio Free Amsterdam

Produced & recorded by David Kunian at WWOZ-FM, New Orleans

Post-production, editing & annotation by John Sinclair

Executive Producer: Steve Pratt

© 2020 David Kunian. Used with permission.

FLY BY NIGHT 387 – SUN RA ON WAX

Steve The Fly is taking a deep dive into the outer limits of Sun Ra and his various ensembles. Mixed on the fly from a selection of vinyl records released on Art Yard and Strutt. Special thanks to Peter Dennet and John Sinclair for hooking up some of these beauties. Apologies for the pops, crackles and skips. Sun Ra “on the other side of time” plus UNKLE: The Time Has Come).

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SUN RA ON WAX

FLY BY NIGHT 387

Steve The Fly, Fly Agaric Studios, Amsterdam, October 27, 2020 [20636]

Sun Ra: Vocal Sclip (Solid Steel)
Sun Ra: There’s A Change In The Air
Sun Ra: There Are Other Wolrds They Have Not Told You About
Sun Ra: Ancient Aetheopia
Sun Ra: Overtones Of China
Sun Ra: Adventures In Space
Sun Ra: Along Came Ra
Sun Ra: We Travel The Spaceways
Sun Ra: Antique Blacks

Sun Ra: Languidity

Sun Ra: Door Of The Cosmos
Sun Ra: Twin Stars Of Thence (clip)
UNKLE: The Time Has Come (Juggle)  

 

A JOINT PRODUCTION

Produced by Steve “Fly” Pratt for Radio Free Amsterdam

Edited & annotated by John Sinclair

Executive Producer: Steve Pratt

© 2020 Steve Pratt. Used with permission.

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JOHN SINCLAIR RADIO SHOW 884 – K.C. BLUES

Episode 884 is coming from the Center for the Study of World Religions at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts where I’m featuring a fourth hour of music from Charlie Parker in honor of the 100th anniversary of his birth on August 29, 1920 in Kansas City. This hour features music Bird recorded for Norman Granz releases on the Norgran, Mercury & Verve labels in the early 1950s prior to Bird’s passing at the age of 34 on March 12, 1955.

The John Sinclair Foundation Presents

K.C. BLUES

JOHN SINCLAIR RADIO SHOW 884

Cass Corridor, Detroit, October 8, 2020 [20635]                       

Yusef Lateef: Happyology

Charlie Parker: Au Privave (January 17, 1951)

Charlie Parker: She Rote (January 17, 1951)

Charlie Parker: K.C. Blues (January 17, 1951)

Charlie Parker: Tico Tico (March 12, 1951)

Charlie Parker: My Little Suede Shoes (March 12, 1951)

Charlie Parker: Blues For Alice (August 8, 1951)

Charlie Parker: Swedish Schnapps (August 8, 1951)

Charlie Parker: Lover Man (August 8, 1951)

Charlie Parker: La Cucaracha (January 23, 1952)

Charlie Parker: What Is This Thing Called Love (July 1952)

Charlie Parker: Funky Blues (July 1952)

Charlie Parker: Laird Baird (December 30, 1952)

Charlie Parker with the Miles Davis Sextet: Compulsiion (January 30, 1953)

Charlie Parker: They Can’t Take That Away From Me (July 5, 1950)

A JOINT PRODUCTION

Hosted by John Sinclair for Radio Free Amsterdam

Program produced, edited, assembled & annotated by John Sinclair

Executive Producer: Steve Pratt

© 2020 The John Sinclair Foundation