Saturday, February 6, 2010

John Sinclair Radio Show #309

John Sinclair Radio Show #309

John Sinclair Radio Show #309

Bohemian National Home -
Thursday, January 28, 2010 @ 6:00-7:00 pm [20-1005]
Detroit, mi


I’m comfortably ensconced in the suite of the Poet in Residence at the Bohemian National Home in Detroit, it’s a frigid Thursday evening in the Motor City and I’ve got a busy weekend coming up, so I want to get this episode ready to roll next Monday at 4:20 before things get too frantic around here. I had to leave out from last week’s program from The Foundry in London a long and interesting conversation with artist & activist Yodet Gherez, and I’m going to put it in the mix along with music by the Lyman Woodard Organization, Howard Glazer, Emanuel Young with the EL34s, Bo Diddley, Super Chikan, Thelonious Monk, Ras Kente & the Take No Prisoners Posse, John Sinclair & His Motor City Blues Scholars, and the legendary Detroit Contemporary 5, recorded in concert in Lansing, Michigan on November 29, 1964.

Playlist 309

[01] Opening Music: Lyman Woodard Organization: Down Lowe
[02] John Sinclair Intro & Opening Comments
[03] Howard Glazer: Detroit Blues Party
[04] Emanuel Young with Howard Glazer & the El-34s: Give Me Back My Wig
[05] Bo Diddley: You’re Crackin’ Up
[06] Super Chikan: Staingy Wid It
[07] John Sinclair Conversation with Yodet Gherez & Tracey Moberly
[08] Thelonious Monk: This Is My Story, This Is My Song
[09] Ras Kente & the Take No Prisoners Posse: Thanks & Praises
[10] John Sinclair & His Motor City Blues Scholars: bags’ groove
[11] Detroit Contemporary 5: All Blues
[12] John Sinclair Closing Comments & Outro
[13] Closing Music: John Sinclair & Howard Glazer: Goodbye

Hosted by John Sinclair for Radio Free Amsterdam
Produced, recorded, edited & assembled by John Sinclair
Posted by Larry Hayden
Executive Producer: Larry Hayden

Special thanks to all the characters in Detroit—you know who you are!

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