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Brown Rice

Who Will Survive America?

ByteFM: Brown Rice vom 09.09.2017

Ausgabe vom 09.09.2017: Who Will Survive America?

Heute trifft das gesprochene Wort auf den Jazz, mal frei, mal als Gedicht. Mit Amiri Baraka, Langston Hughes, Jayne Cortez, Gary Bartz und Gil Scott-Heron.

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Playlist

1.  Gil Scott-Heron/ Brian Jackson / Peace Go With You, Brother (As-Salaam-Alaikum)
Winter In America / Strata-East
2.  Gary Bartz NTU Troop / Rise
Harlem Bush Music - Taifa / Milestone
3.  Imamu Amiri Baraka / Who Will Survive ?
It´S Nation Time – African Visionary Music / Black Forum/Motown
4.  Jayne Cortez / Do You Think?
Celebrations And Solitudes / Strata-East
5.  Imamu Amiri Baraka / Come Back Pharoah
It´S Nation Time – African Visionary Music / Black Forum/Motown
6.  Phil Ranelin / Vibes From The Tribe
Soul Of A Nation (Afro-Centric Visions In The Age Of Black Power: Underground Jazz, Street Funk & The Roots Of Rap 1968-79) ‎ / Soul Jazz
7.  Langston Hughes (With Charles Mingus And The Horace Parlan Quintet) / Daybreak
Harlem In Vogue – The Poetry And Jazz Of Langston Hughes / Fingertips
8.  Langston Hughes (With Charles Mingus And The Horace Parlan Quintet) / Consider Me
Harlem In Vogue – The Poetry And Jazz Of Langston Hughes / Fingertips
9.  Langston Hughes / I Have Known Rivers
Harlem In Vogue – The Poetry And Jazz Of Langston Hughes / Fingertips
10.  Gary Bartz / I´Ve Known Rivers
I´Ve Known Rivers And Other Bodies / Prestige
11.  Jihad Singers / Beautiful Black Women
Black And Beautiful, Soul And Madness / Jihad Productions
12.  Gil Scott-Heron / Jose Campos Torres
The Mind Of Gil Scott-Heron / Arista
13.  Sun Ra / They Cant Accept Me
Strange Worlds In My Mind / Norton
14.  New York Art Quartet / Black Dada Nihilismus
New York Art Quartet / ESP
15.  Horace Tapscott With The Pan Afrikan Peoples Arkestra / Desert Fairy Princess
Soul Of A Nation (Afro-Centric Visions In The Age Of Black Power: Underground Jazz, Street Funk & The Roots Of Rap 1968-79) ‎ / Soul Jazz