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An other-wordly collection of beats, sounds & grooves

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Options January 21, 2019: Peace

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Artist Track Album Label Year Approx. start time
Cal Tjader   Money Penney Goes for Broke   Options Cal Tjader Sounds Out Burt Bacharach  Skye   1968   
Earl & Carl Grubbs / The Visitors  Fables of Africa   Options Motherland  Muse   1975  0:03:30 (Pop‑up)
Memorial March in Meridian, Mississippi   Wade in the Water   Options Movement Soul: Live Recordings of songs and sayings from the Freedom Movement in the Deep SOuth  ESP 1056    0:10:50 (Pop‑up)
Roberta Flack   Go Up Moses   Options Quiet Fire  Atlantic   1971  0:12:48 (Pop‑up)
Idris Ackamoor & The Pyramids  Message to my People   Options An Angel Fell  Strut  201\  0:17:16 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Phil Ranelin 

How do we end all this madness Instrumental & Vocal   Options

Message From the Tribe 



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Leon Thomas  The Creator Has a Master Plan   Options Spirits Known and Unknown  Flying Dutchman    0:33:40 (Pop‑up)
Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson  Peace Go With You Brother (As-Salaam-Alaikum)   Options Winter in America  Strata-East  1974  0:37:59 (Pop‑up)
The Positive Force with Ade Olatunji   Praise Song   Options Oracy  Pamoja   1977  0:43:43 (Pop‑up)
James Brown  The Whole World Needs Liberation   Options Get on the Good Food  Polydor   1972  0:49:51 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
max roach/oscar brown/ abbey lincoln/coleman hawkins/olatunji 

All Africa   Options

We Insist! Max Roach's Freedom Now Suite 



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The Pharoahs   Freedom Road   Options The Awakening  Scarab  1971  1:01:21 (Pop‑up)
Voices of Conquest  O yes my lord   Options Good God! A Gospel Funk Hymnal  Numero Group    1:06:35 (Pop‑up)
Doug Hammond   Space and Things   Options Space  Idibib    1:09:03 (Pop‑up)
Stanley Cowell   Thank you my people   Options Regeneration  Strata-East   1976  1:12:35 (Pop‑up)
Horace Tapscott conducting the Pan-Afrikan Peoples Arkestra  Desert Fairy Princess   Options Soul of a Nation: Afro-Centric Visions in the Age of Black Power  SOul Jazz    1:18:32 (Pop‑up)
Catalyst  New Found Truths   Options Catalyst  Cobblestone   1972  1:26:26 (Pop‑up)
Curtis Mayfield   We the People Who are Darker Than Blue   Options Curtis  Curtom     1:31:35 (Pop‑up)
Alice and John Coltrane   Reverend King   Options Cosmic Music  Impulse!    1:37:40 (Pop‑up)
Buddy Terry   Holy, holy, Holy   Options Leon On Him  Mainstream   1973  1:48:14 (Pop‑up)
The Sensational Saints of Ohio   Get Some Business About Yourself   Options You Won’t Believe It vol II  Numero     1:53:26 (Pop‑up)
Albert Ayler   Free At Last   Options New Generation  Impulse!     1:57:42 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:04pm doctorjazz:

Hi Kim and Greasers!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:13pm KimSorise:

Welcome All. Enjoy tonight’s show.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:15pm coelacanth∅:

hey Kim, drj and all
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:21pm fleep:

Greetings Kim and stream team
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:04pm chresti:

Hello Global Grease and Kim! I'm scrambling around with laundry and preparations for jury duty tomorrow, after working all weekend...glad I can tune in
Avatar 8:08pm northguineahills:

Numero Group, bring the goods as per usual...
Avatar 8:11pm TDK60:

Hi DJ KS. Just in from the movies.
Avatar 8:11pm northguineahills:

Tempted to turn my heat on, shouldn't have 3 layers and a ski jackets indoors in FL, but I don't like using the heat!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:14pm coelacanth∅:

just thinking about you,ngh; as i often do when i burn my mouth on hot peppers!
Avatar 8:15pm northguineahills:

the peppers keep me warm, but then I sweat like crazy, and then I get cold again...
Avatar 8:16pm TDK60:

..saw that new flick about Laurel & Hardy.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:17pm KimSorise:

Welcome - maybe for a bit to take the chill out of the room, then back off?@ NGH
Was going to ask what you saw TDK - how was it?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:17pm coelacanth∅:

my problem is that i love hot food but it actually burns my lower lip - not infrequently.
Avatar 8:20pm TDK60:

Kim, pretty good, about their declining years in show biz, in the '50s.
Avatar 8:22pm TDK60:

Glad you're playing some liberation music tonight!
Avatar 8:24pm northguineahills:

@coel: I'm at the point of my tolerance, I can rub my eyes after cutting hot chilies, and it only mildly annoys me. You need to know how to eat hot foods, to avoid the sensitive parts such as your lips, and back of your throat.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:24pm KimSorise:

Cool -
I am getting really jazzed about all of these international heirloom seeds I got for the garden this year. I was also contacted to grow seedlings for some of the refugee families in town - apparently, one of the local organizations got native seeds as well for us to use...
Avatar 8:30pm northguineahills:

My tomatoes are dying (still fruiting), but my chilies just won't stop. Although the poblanos are looking a little sad.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:32pm coelacanth∅:

i'm not that much of a newbie about the whole eating thing {insert smartass winky emoticon}
...the only challenge is soup. i make some fine soups but often very spicy, and it's a challenge to get through a whole pot of soup without ever having it touch my lower lip. ...and this new habanero hot sauce i got that doesn't have a dropper.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:34pm coelacanth∅:

hmm, i wonder how loud this amplifier goes...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:37pm KimSorise:

I am excited to try this striated white & green Fish Pepper which apparently is a heirloom variety dated back to Phili’s & Baltimore’s Black community in the early 1900s
Avatar 8:39pm northguineahills:

@coel: spicey soup, see my caldo de pollo I made w/ ghost peppers I've been eating all week. There's a technique to that too, where only the proper part of the palette gets hit by the broth, and not the sensitive areas (It took about 15 years of trial and error).

Thanks for the Curtis, Kim!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:40pm coelacanth∅:

why did they call it fish pepper? (used on fish?)
Avatar 8:40pm northguineahills:

@Kim: Fish pepper!, now you have my attention!
Avatar 8:41pm northguineahills:

Alice & John!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:44pm coelacanth∅:

i think also, ngh, though i hate to say, i often try to do many things while i'm eating and am not as careful as i know i need to be when eating soup. it's not that i can't it's that i don't.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:44pm KimSorise:

Apparently, originated in the Caribbean and was introduced to the mid-Atlantic region in the 1870s, where it gained popularity in the oyster and crab houses of the area. The young cream-colored peppers were used for adding a kick to the creamy sauces that topped seafood. The pepper was kept as a secret ingredient in these dishes and its part in recipes handed down orally. The peppers were grown exclusively by black farmers and fell out of favor in the early 1900s. This one-of-a-kind pepper would be lost to us if not for an unusual exchange. Horace Pippin was a black folk painter who served during World War I in the 369th Infantry called the “Harlem Hellfighters.” He lost the use of his right arm after being shot by a sniper, and this left him with arthritic pain. Searching for some relief, he resorted to an old folk remedy that called for bee stings.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:44pm coelacanth∅:

(and then it looks like i have a cold sore smack in the middle of my smacker...or a roach burn!)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:45pm KimSorise:

Horace began giving seeds to a bee keeper named H. Ralph Weaver. Horace’s seeds sometimes came from his far flung old-time gardening friends, who sent wonderful and rare varieties. H. Ralph Weaver saved the seed in his private seed collection, where it remained until 1995 when his grandson William Woys Weaver released it to the public.
Avatar 8:46pm northguineahills:

cool, thanks, Kim, I know Pippin's bio, but not about the pepper remedy....
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:46pm KimSorise:

That’s what it says on the seed site @NGH
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:47pm coelacanth∅:

that's interesting,Kim. (sorry i got in the middle of it somehow!)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:48pm KimSorise:

Garden & record nerd...
Avatar 8:56pm northguineahills:

Thanks, Kim!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:56pm coelacanth∅:

Excellent as always Kim! Thanks
take care
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:58pm KimSorise:

Thanks so much as always! STay tuned for Sam!
Take it easy.
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