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Reel Discovery (Series)

Produced by Kristin Dreyer Kramer

Most recent piece in this series:

Reel Discovery: White Noise

From Kristin Dreyer Kramer | Part of the Reel Discovery series | 03:00

Whitenoise_small Each week on Reel Discovery, host Kristin Dreyer Kramer takes a quick look at the latest in movies -- from the hottest new blockbusters to little-known indies and even Blu-ray releases. Whether you prefer explosive action movies or quiet dramas, you're sure to discover something worth watching. On the latest show, Kristin follows a family as their lives are changed by catastrophe in White Noise.

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UpFront Soul with Sanguine Fromage (Series)

Produced by WERU

Most recent piece in this series:

UpFront Soul #2022.48 November 29-December 5

From WERU | Part of the UpFront Soul with Sanguine Fromage series | 01:57:59

Aretha_franklin_4_small Tune in as the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, asks the musical question, "Who Needs You?" Sam Cooke will "Bring It On Home," and we'll enjoy a flask of funk, a loaf of bread, and thou as we get down with The Rubaiyats as they sing of Omar Khyyam. 

UpFront Soul Playlist #2022.28
PLEASE NOTE: Due to the vagaries of Spinitron, these songs are listed in reverse order. (i.e., Joan Armatrading Back to the Night is song 1, hour 1
Sam Cooke "Havin' a Party" from Live at the Harlem Square Club 1963 on RCA
Charles Earland "Message from a Black Man" from Living Black!
Breakwater "Release the Beast" from Splashdown
East Coast Love Affair with Homegrown Syndrome "Confrontations" on Athens of the North
ENDRECHERI "Congrats Tu U" from Hybridfunk
Kamasi Washington feat. Patrice Quinn "Henrietta Our Hero" from The Epic Vol.2 The Glorious Tale
Marvin Gaye "Save the Children" from What's Going On
Earth, Wind, and Fire "Remember the Children" from Last Days and Time
Michele Thomas "Higher Ground" from Messenger
Bobbi Humphrey "Blacks & Blues" from Blacks & Blues
Joan Armatrading "Let it Last" from To The Limit
Tanika Charles "Tell Me Something" from The Gumption
Aretha "Who Needs You?" from Aretha Franklin
Sam Cooke "Bring It On Home To Me" from One Night Stand - Sam Cooke Live At The Harlem Square Club, 1963
Curtis Mayfied "Beautiful Brother of Mine [*][Single Version]" from Roots
William DeVaughn "Be Thankful for What You Got" from Black Power: Music of a Revolution Disc 2
Kaleta & Super Yamba Band "Adjoto" from Medaho
Sons of Kemet "To Never Forget the Source" from Black to the Future
Anthony Joseph "The Gift" from The Rich Are Only Defeated When Running For Their Lives
Walter Jenkins "How Does Your  Garden Grow" from Natural Resources II
The Christian Harmonizers "Troubles of this World" from Greg Belson's Divine Funk on Cultures of Soul
Rasputin's Stash "Pick Up the Apple" from Rasputin's Stash
Ben Williams "March On (feat. Wes Felton)" from I Am A Man
Idris Muhammad "Say What" from Turn This Mutha Out
1968 Featuring Rasheed Ali "Black Pride" from Hindsight is 2020 vol 1
Curly Moore "Get Low Down Pts 1&2" from New Orleans Soul ('65-'67)
James Havior "Jumpin' with Popeye"
The Rubaiyats "Omar Khyyam" from New Orleans Soul ('65-'67)
Joan Armatrading "Back to the Night" from Back to the Night on A&M

HipHop Chronicles (Series)

Produced by WEAA

Most recent piece in this series:

HHC#0002 (OSBP) 11-17-22

From WEAA | Part of the HipHop Chronicles series | 58:00

Hhc_pic_1_small In this edition of the Hip Hop Chronicles is the Old School Block Party featuring classic Hip Hop music for the 80's 90's and now. This is exactly what your station is missing. Perfect for Nights, Weekend and Over Nights. Guaranteed to reach the next generation of public radio supporters

12th Street Jump Weekly (Series)

Produced by KCUR

Most recent piece in this series:

Celebrating the Birthday of Chet Baker

From KCUR | Part of the 12th Street Jump Weekly series | 59:00


Public Radio's weekly jazz, blues and comedy jam, 12th STREET JUMP celebrates America's original art form, live from one of its birthplaces, 12th Street in Kansas City. That is where Basie tickled and ivories and Big Joe Turner shouted the blues. Each week, host Ebony Fondren offers up a lively hour of topical sketch comedy and some great live jazz and blues from the 12th STREET JUMP band (musical director Jackie Myers, along with Tyrone Clark on bass and Pat Adams on drums) and vocalist David Basse. Special guests join the fun every week down at the 12th Street Jump.