Tuesday, December 3, 2013

DECEMBER 2013 RFA PROGRAM GUIDE

The John Sinclair Foundation Presents
RADIO FREE AMSTERDAM
KEEPING THE MUSIC ALIVE

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DECEMBER 2013 PROGRAM GUIDE



Mondays

John Sinclair Radio Show

Tuesdays

The Blues Show with Bruce Pingree

Wednesdays

Jazz Roots with Tom Morgan

and John Sinclair Radio Show Archives

plus Fly By Night with Steve The Fly

Thursdays

Crossroads—Where Jazz Meets Blues or Blues Edition with Leslie Keros

and Highway 61 with Scott Barretta

plus Blues From the Red Rooster Lounge

Fridays

Ancestor Worship with John Sinclair

plus Back Trackin’ with The Bartender

Saturdays

Toke Time with John Sinclair

Sundays

Caleb Selah Presents The Fuck You Sound

plus John Sinclair Radio Show 2008 Archives

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Now celebrating our 10th year of broadcasting

The John Sinclair Radio Show

Every Monday at 4:20

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DECEMBER 2013 PROGRAM GUIDE


Sunday, December 1

THE FUCK YOU SOUND WILL FUCK UP YOUR SUNDAY

CALEB SELAH PRESENTS THE FUCK YOU SOUND 72

The Pivotal October 06 The Fuck Up Sound Will Fuck UP Your Sunday myth sees Selah wondering around the head of Le Garcon De La Plage's head in 1966 wearing only a Kimono and a sheepish grin based mainly on acid, that's LSD folks (please use only as directed). Here we come across all sorts of half mangled melodies, inner voices, hallucinated inner voices and Paranoia Of The Mersey. Truly Selah's Brian Wilson phase spoils us all! It is rumoured that Lesbian Horse was so deeply moved by the Sight of Selah re-living these moments of Pain and Joy that she finally got over her deck-yips. The rest is her story, see next mix Lesbian Horse Sets The World On Fire... Ohm. Warning: This set may well contains traces of lunacy, delayed lunacy, frightening moments and enlightenment! Ohm again…. Plus! Uploaded after great demand: Part 1 of the already nearly legendary set from October 6, 2013, The Fuck You Sound will Fuck Up Your Sunday. In which Lesbian Horse battles her fiercest demons with her pretty fetlocks pumping out wrong-funk and battered-beats. Demons conquered!

Sunday, December 1

CHOP'N QUENCH

JOHN SINCLAIR RADIO SHOW 219

On a cool London Saturday evening in September 2008 I took the Underground to Finsbury Park—only three stops away from the HeadPress Bunker in Wood Green—to meet the journalist and raconteur Chris Carter at a place called the World’s End Tavern and sit out on the sidewalk to enjoy a drink and the contemporary smoking area and an elongated conversation with Chris and my friend Gerard who happened along, excerpts from which are featured in this episode along with music by the Pinkeye Orchestra, Fela Kuti & Africa 70, Getto Kitty, Sons of Slum, John Coltrane, and the MC-5 “live” at the Grande Ballroom in the Fall of 1968.

Monday, December 2

MADAME MIAOW’S CULTURE LOUNGE

JOHN SINCLAIR RADIO SHOW 525

After my two-day trip tp Amsterdam noted in episodes 523 & 524, I returned to London on Monday and the next day made a guest appearance on Anna Chen’s Madame Miaow’s Culture Lounge radio show on Resonance Radio in London, along with her consort & sidekick Charles Shaar Murray plus Oliver Shykles from the Queer Friends of Chelsea Manning. Her presentation was so splendid that I decided to exappropriate it for my show this week, so with a few brisk edits and the addition of “Black To Comm” by the MC-5 at the end, here it is, with big conversations among the participants and musical selections from the Bermondsey Joyriders, Little Richard, the MC5, John Coltrane, John Lennon, and Wayne Kramer & the Blues Scholars.

Tuesday, December 3

THE BIG PUSH

THE BLUES SHOW WITH BRUCE PINGREE 103

Bruce Pingree with a program of blues music this week by Hank Ballard & The Midnighters, Cal Green, Joe Krown-Walter “Wolfman” Washington-Russell Batiste, Southern Hospitality, Davell Crawford, J.J. Gray & Mofro, Brother Tyrone & The Mindbenders, and a a pair of unnamed artists.

Wednesday, December 4

LAZY DRAG

JAZZ ROOTS WITH TOM MORGAN 19

Produced by Tom Morgan at WWOZ-FM in New Orleans, this episode of Jazz Roots features early trumpet man Thomas Morris, Fats Waller, Sarah Martin, Anna Jones, Clarence Williams, Porter Grainger, and Fats Waller & the Jamaica Jazzers

Wednesday, December 4

BEAT AMERICA

FLY BY NIGHT WITH STEVE THE FLY 37

Steve The Fly spotlights some of America’s great Beat literary legacy with performances by Jack Kerouac, William S. Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg and their forebear Ezra Pound, with a musical interlude from Medeski, Martin & Wood.

Thursday, December 5

IT'S TIGHT LIKE THAT

CROSSROADS: WHERE JAZZ MEETS BLUES 49

Leslie Keros with an hour of music by Stevie Ray Vaughn, A B C & D of Boogie Woogie, Ken Hatfield Sextet, Erwin Helfer & Skinny Williams, Count Basie with Eddie “Cleanhead” Vinson, Jeb Patton, Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Blue Mitchell, the Cannonball Adderley Quintet, Chet Baker, and Clara Smith.

Thursday, December 5

MAD MAN BLUES

BLUES FROM THE RED ROOSTER LOUNGE 72

Cary Wolfson is spinning at the Red Rooster Lounge with great blues sides by The Claudettes, Cedric Burnside & Lightnin' Malcolm, Lightnin' Malcolm, Taj Mahal, Coco Montoya, Janet Ryan, Guitar Shorty, Buddy Guy, John Hammond, Eleanor Ellis, Lee Fields, and Albert King with Steve Cropper & Pops Staples.

Friday, December 6

FREEDOM, RHYTHM & SOUND

ANCESTOR WORSHIP WITH JOHN SINCLAIR 65

This week’s episode of Ancestor Worship is drawn from a box set from Soul Jazz Records called Freedom, Rhythm & Sound featuring socially conscious jazz and jazz artists from the 1970s & ’80s incliuding the Detroit’s Hastings Street Jazz Experience, the Art Ensemble Of Chicago, Stanton Davis' Ghetto/Mysticism, Joe Henderson, Philip Cohran & The Artistic Heritage Ensemble, Oliver Lake/Ntu, Pheeroan Ak Laff, Mary Lou Williams, and Steve Colson & The Unity Troupe.

Friday, December 6

HOCUS POCUS

BACK TRACKIN’ WITH THE BARTENDER 14

Tom Morgan is Back Trackin’ with The Bartender at WTJU-FM in Charlottesvile VA with great sides from New Orleans by Roy Brown, Smiley Lewis, Huey “Piano” Smith, Frankie Ford, Alvin “Red” Tyler, Eddie Bo, James “Wee Willie” Waynes, Charles “Hungry” Williams, Larry Williams, Art Neville, Mr. Google Eyes, Fats Domino, Dave Batholomew, Big Boy Myles, Professor Longhair, Chuck Carbo, Sugar Boy Crawford, Lloyd Price, and The Hawks.

Saturday, December 7

RESCUE ME

TOKE TIME WITH JOHN SINCLAIR 66

Our tokes for the entire month of December will be coming from a series of albums called Chess Chartbusters, from which we’re featuring Volume 2 this week with Chess, Checker, Argo and Cadet singles from Jimmy McCracklin, T.V. Slim, Etta James, John Lee Hooker, Howlin' Wolf, Muddy Waters, Fontella Bass, Bobby Moore & The Rhythm Aces, Marlena Shaw, The Monotones, Sugar Pie DeSanto, The Dells, Chuck Berry, Clarence "Frogman" Henry, Bobby Charles, Koko Taylor, Tony Clarke, Jackie Ross, and the Ramsey Lewis Trio.

Sunday, December 8

THE FUCK YOU SOUND WILL FUCK UP YOUR SUNDAY—PART 2

CALEB SELAH PRESENTS THE FUCK YOU SOUND 73

Part 2 of the already nearly legendary Lesbian Horse set from October 6, 2013, The Fuck You Sound will Fuck Up Your Sunday. In which Lesbian Horse continues to battle her fiercest demons with her pretty fetlocks pumping out wrong-funk and battered-beats. Demons conquered!

Sunday, December 8

AGILE MOBILE & HOSTILE

JOHN SINCLAIR RADIO SHOW 220

Dylan Harding & I ventured down to the Raindance Film Festival Headquarters in Soho on a September evening in 2008 to make an episode of the radio show with Jesse Vile & James Merchant as they prepare for the 16th RFF to be staged in London between October 1-14. We played tunes from some of the featured movies or their directors/stars, like Andre Williams, Les Claypool & Primus, Th’ Legendary Shack Shakers, Philip Roebuck, the Pixies, John Sinclair & His Blues Scholars, and moré Andre Williams, whose documentary feature film Agile, Mobile & Hostile was screened at Raindance.

Monday, December 9

THE JOHN SINCLAIR FREEDOM RALLY

JOHN SINCLAIR RADIO SHOW 52

On December 10, 1971—42 long years ago—I was serving the 3rd year of a 9-1/2-to-10-year sentence for possession of two joints of marijuana, and people in Ann Arbor, Michigan staged a gigantic concert in my behalf that drew almost 15,000 people to demand my release and enjoy music & speeches by The Up, Allen Ginsberg, Ed Sanders, Bob Seger, Fr. James Groppi, Teegardin & Van Winkle, Bobby Seale, Phil Ochs, Rennie Davis, Dave Dellinger, Archie Shepp, Roswell Rudd, CJQ, Leni & Sunny Sinclair, Commander Cody & His Lost Planet Airmen, Elsie Sinclair, Stevie Wonder, Jerry Rubin, David Peel & The Lower East Side, and John Lennon, Yoko Ono & The Plastic Ono Band. Tonight’s program in celebration of this happy event which resuted in my release from prison three day later, on December 13, 1971, is edited from the soundtrack to Steve Gebhardt’s documentary film of the event called TEN FOR TWO: The John Sinclair Freedom Rally.

Tuesday, December 10

NO BLOW, NO SHOW

THE BLUES SHOW WITH BRUCE PINGREE 104

Bruce Pingree is coming all the way from WUNH-FM in New Hampshire with a program of blues & gospel music this week in tribute to the gigantic bluesman Bobby “Blue” Bland, who passed away the previous week at the age of 83, including his earliest recordings and hits for Duke, and a pair of live duets with B.B. King.

Wednesday, December 11

SHUT YOUR MOUTH

JAZZ ROOTS WITH TOM MORGAN 20

Produced by Tom Morgan at WWOZ-FM in New Orleans, this episode of Jazz Roots features Rosa Henderson & Fats Waller, Sarah Martin & Big Charlie Thomas, Clarence Williams Blue 5, Margaret Carter with Buddy Christian’s Jazz Rippers, Okeh Melody Stars with Big Charlie Thomas, Dixie Washboard Band, Joe Simms with Clarence Williams, the Chu Berry Orchestra, Gene Krupa’s Swing Band, Wingy Manone with Chu Berry, and the Lionel Hampton Orchestra.

Wednesday, December 11

MAYAN MAXIMUS ARKESTRA

FLY BY NIGHT WITH STEVE THE FLY 39

Steve The Fly is following up on the Amiri Baraka treatise comparing the work of Charles Olson & Sun Ra with this episode featuring recordings by the principals plus selections by Robert Creeley, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Archie Shepp, Langston Hughes, Jack Kerouac, and William Butler Yeats.

Thursday, December 12

TOOL BAG BOOGIE

BLUES EDITION WITH LESLIE KEROS 45

Leslie Keros is playing the blues with cuts from Big Daddy Kinsey, Johnny Dyer, Shirley Brown, Elmore James, Buddy Guy & Junior Wells, Howard & the White Boys, Jimmy Burns, Muddy Waters, Albert King, Lavelle White, Charles Brown, Bessie Smith, Chris Cain, and Matt “Guitar” Murphy.

Thursday, December 12

ALL AROUND THE WORLD

BLUES FROM THE RED ROOSTER LOUNGE 73

Cary Wolfson is spinning at the Red Rooster Lounge with great blues sides by Lavelle White, Little Milton, Gary Clark Jr., Toronzo Cannon, The Claudettes, James Booker, Magic Slim & The Teardrops, Shawn Holt & The Teardrops, Ernie Johnson, Mavis Staples, and Steve Cropper & Felix Cavalieri.

Friday, December 13

FREEDOM TIME

ANCESTOR WORSHIP WITH JOHN SINCLAIR 66

A second hour of music this week from the box set called Freedom, Rhythm & Sound from Soul Jazz Records with cuts from the 1960s & ’70s from Gato Barbieri & Dollar Brand, Amina Claudine Myers, The Pharaohs, Ralph Thomas, Horace Tapscott & The Pan Afrikan Peoples Arkestra, Michael White, Roy Brooks & The Artistic Truth, Errol Parker, and Sun Ra & His Arkestra.

Friday, December 13

HADACOL BOUNCE

BACK TRACKIN’ WITH THE BARTENDER 15

Tom Morgan is Back Trackin’ with The Bartender at WTJU-FM in Charlottesvile VA with a succession of great singles from New Orleans by Paul Gayten, Fats Domino, Bobby Charles, Bobby Mitchell, Little Booker, Professor Longhair, Lloyd Price, Smiley Lewis, The Hawks, Melvin Lastie, Danny White, Tony Joe White, The Gaturs, Eddie G. Giles, The Prime Mates, The Gaturs, Willie Tee, Aaron Neville, King Floyd, and James Booker.

Saturday, December 14

KILLING FLOOR

TOKE TIME WITH JOHN SINCLAIR 67

More blues, R&B and soul music hits from the Chess, Checker, Argo, and Cadet labels from the collection called Chess Chartbusters, Volume 4, with singles from Koko Taylor, Howlin' Wolf, Jimmy Rogers, Sonny Boy Williamson, John Lee Hooker, Elmore James, Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, The Moonglows, The Flamingos, The Marathons, Eddie Bo, Rosco Gordon, Etta James, Muddy Waters, Pigmeat Markham, Mitty Collier, Marlena Shaw, and The Soulful Strings.

Sunday, December 15

THE FUCK YOU SOUND WILL FUCK UP YOUR SUNDAY—PART 3

CALEB SELAH PRESENTS THE FUCK YOU SOUND 74

Uploaded after great demand: Part 3 of the already nearly legendary Lesbian Horse set from October 6, 2013, The Fuck You Sound Will Fuck Up Your Sunday. In which Lesbian Horse persists in battling her fiercest demons with her pretty fetlocks pumping out wrong-funk and battered-beats. Demons conquered again!

Sunday, December 15

THE EMBASSY OF THE LIVING SUN RA

JOHN SINCLAIR RADIO SHOW 221

In September 2008 the ZXZW Festival in Tilburg, Holland sent me an invitation to attend this year’s event to witness The Embassy of the Living Sun Ra, a week-long residency by the 15-piece Sun Ra Arkestra under the direction of Marshall Allen. I was able to attend the last four nights of musical delights and at the Saturday night concert at the Paradox Club I stuck out my little digital recorder and captured most of the second set. On Sunday the Arkestra concluded its week with a free concert in the park downtown, and this episode starts with the closing number from that concert, “We Travel the Spaceways.” Before leaving Tilburg I got my host, Ries Doms, a ZXZW board member, to take a break and explain how this festival and The Embassy of the Living Sun Ra came to be.

Monday, December 16

WHO KNOWS

JOHN SINCLAIR RADIO SHOW 527

My final show for this year from the Blackheath Studios of The Fuck You Sound where I’ve been in residence since early November thanks to Nick Smith and cranking out a host of programs for Radio Free Amsterdam. Who knows what I’ll be playing for this one?

Tuesday, December 17

TWO STEPS FROM THE BLUES

THE BLUES SHOW WITH BRUCE PINGREE 105

Bruce Pingree with another hour of music in tribute to the late great Bobby “Blue” Bland, who passed away the previous week, featuring some of the greatest of Bobby’s hits for Duke Records in the 1950s and ’60s.

Wednesday, December 18

HOT LIPS

JAZZ ROOTS WITH TOM MORGAN 21

Produced by Tom Morgan at WWOZ-FM in New Orleans, this episode of Jazz Roots features music from the 1920s by Phil Napoleon & the Jazzbo Serenaders, the Original Memphis 5, Ikey Robinson & His Band, the Hokum Trio, The Pods of Pepper, and Ikey Robinson & His Windy City 5.

Wednesday, December 18

YEATS & CROWLEY FUNK

FLY BY NIGHT WITH STEVE THE FLY 39

Steve The Fly is back with furter investigations into music & spoken word with performances by Ella Fitzgerald, Gil Evans, Alan Moore, Texas News, Apple & Three Oranges, John Heartsman & Cirles, Howard Zinn, California Gold Notes, Eddie Bo, Ray Frazier, Richard “Groove” Holmes, William Butler Yeats, W.H Auden, Enrique Olivarez, Aleister Crowley, and Billy Larkin.

Thursday, December 19

FINDERS KEEPERS

CROSSROADS: WHERE JAZZ MEETS BLUES 50

Leslie Keros with an hour of music by Stevie Ray Vaughn, Clifford Brown, Coleman Hawkins, Willis “Gator” Jackson, Dana Hall, Zoot Sims, Dexter Gordon, Willie Pooch & Tony Monaco, the Nate Najar Trio, and the John Coltrane Quartet.

Thursday, December 19

WORLD IN MOTION

BLUES FROM THE RED ROOSTER LOUNGE 74

Cary Wolfson is spinning at the Red Rooster Lounge with great blues sides by Dave Keyes, Pops Staples, John Campbell, John Nemeth, Janiva Magness, Magic Sam, Jimmy Johnson, Fenton Robinson, Toronzo Cannon, Rock Bottom, James Booker, Bobby Radcliff, and Shuggie Otis.

Friday, December 20

NICE GUYS

ANCESTOR WORSHIP WITH JOHN SINCLAIR 67

Music by the Art Ensemble Of Chicago this week with Paris recordings from 1969-70 issued as the film soundtrack Les Stances à Sophie and and the BYG album Nice Guys, with reedmen Joseph Jarman and Roscoe Mitchell, Lester Bowie on trumpet, Malachi Favors on bass, Don Moye at the drums, and vocalist Fontella Bass.

Friday, December 20

TUNED IN, TURNED ON

BACK TRACKIN’ WITH THE BARTENDER 16

Tom Morgan is Back Trackin’ with The Bartender at WTJU-FM in Charlottesvile VA with great sides by Paul Gayten, Willie Tee, Roger & The Gypsies, Aaron Neville, Ernie K-Doe, Pistol, Alvin “Shine” Robinson, Tami Lynn, Royal Dukes of Rhythm, Willie West, Porgy & The Polka Dots, Ernie K-Doe, The Del Royals, Dr. John, Alex Spearman, Lee Tillman, Joe & Ann, Bernadine, The Dixie Cups, and Bobby Marchan.

Saturday, December 21

I'M IN THE MOOD

TOKE TIME WITH JOHN SINCLAIR 68

Chess Chartbusters continue this week with selections from Volume 5 by Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Etta James, Bo Diddley, Willie Mabon, Elmore James, Willie Dixon, Dale Hawkins, Koko Taylor, Clarence "Frogman" Henry, Buddy Guy, Little Milton, John Lee Hooker, Solomon Burke, The Pastels, Rufus Thomas, The Corsairs, and Dorothy Ashby.

Sunday, December 22

THE FUCK YOU SOUND WILL FUCK UP YOUR SUNDAY—PART 4

CALEB SELAH PRESENTS THE FUCK YOU SOUND 75

Part 4 of the already nearly legendary Lesbian Horse set from October 6, 2013, The Fuck You Sound Will Fuck Up Your Sunday. In which Lesbian Horse keeps on battling her fiercest demons until the end with her pretty fetlocks pumping out wrong-funk and battered-beats. Demons finally conquered!

Sunday, December 22

YOU GOT ME DIZZY

JOHN SINCLAIR RADIO SHOW 222

For my last and only show from Amsterdam this trip in 2008 Dr. Larry Hayden and I summoned some good friends to Eat at Jo’s in the Melkweg for a wonderful Sunday dinner and a fine episode of the radio show, with Pieter Pawn on hand for the Opening Tokes, my recording of Simon Vinkenoog’s welcoming speech at the opening of the new Dampkring coffeeshop on the Haarlemmerstraat on Thursday evening, and conversation with Mary Jo and Steve & Jane Fly, topped with music from John Coltrane, Little Walter, Junior Wells, Jimmy Reed, Fela Kuti & Africa 70, John Sinclair & the Pinkeye Orchestra, and Ms. Helen Humes.

Monday, December 23

IT'S CHRISTMAS TIME

JOHN SINCLAIR RADIO SHOW 528

Beginning our annual holiday programming with the first of several Xmas shows for 2013 featuring James Brown & a host of reggae artists.

Tuesday, December 24

SANTA CLAUS CRAVE

THE BLUES SHOW WITH BRUCE PINGREE 30

Bruce Pingree on Radio Free Amsterdam with a program of blues Christmas music  for Xmas Eve by Rev. J.M. Gates, Kansas City Kitty, John Lee “Sonny Boy” Williamson, Elzadie Robinson, the Swan Silvertones, Rev. Edward W. Claiborne, B.B. King, Drink Small, B.B. Coleman & Blues Boy Willie, the Campbell Brothers, Aubrey Ghent, the Lee Boys, Sonny Treadway, Ed Gearhart, Wynton Marsalis, and Trudy Lynn.

Wednesday, December 25

MERRY CHRISTMAS BLUES

JOHN SINCLAIR RADIO SHOW ARCHIVES 475

Episode 475 is my Christmas Show for this 2012 with music from Ramsey Lewis, the Five Keys, Champion Jack Dupree, Kermit Ruffins, Huey 'Piano' Smith & the Clowns, Fats Domino, James Brown, Alberta Adams, Sir Mack Rice, Billy Davis, Thornetta Davis, the Howling Diablos, Howlin' Wolf, Robert Johnson, Sonny Boy Williamson, Lil McClintock, Johnny Guaranari, Lena Horne, and the great Detroit tenor saxophonist and dear departed friend, LaMonte Hamilton, live from Cobb’s Corner in Detroit.

Wednesday, December 25

STEVE FLY’S SATURNALIA

FLY BY NIGHT XMAS WITH STEVE THE FLY

The last few weeks I’ve witnessed John Sinclair programming spontaneous radio shows across the table from me. John made a number of shows that knocked me off my stool so I figured it was my duty as DJ Fly Agaric to respond with a festive selection of tunes. The tracks were selected from my LP collection, recorded Wednesday 22nd December 2009 on a H4 Zoom Recorder.

Thursday, December 26

BLUES FOR CHRISTMAS

HIGHWAY 61 WITH SCOTT BARRETTA 30

Scott Barretta features a power-packed program of blues Christmas music on Highway 61 with classic selections by Charles Brown, Mabel Scott, Big Joe Turner, Jimmy Llggins, Li’l Esther & Mel Walker, Lightning Hopkins, John Lee Hooker, Sonny Boy Williamson, Jimmy Reed, Big Joe Williams, Lowell Fulson, Jimmy McCracklin, Papa Hop (Wilson), Detroit Junior, Jerry McCain, Sam Myers, and Big Jack Johnson.

Thursday, December 26

BACK DOOR SANTA

RED ROOSTER LOUNGE 12

The Red Rooster celebrates the Christmas season at the corner of Washington & Jim Streets with a program of classic recordings by Matthew Robinson, Little Ed & the Blues Imperials, Clarence Carter, Koko Taylor, the New Birth Brass Band, Ingrid Lucia, Huey “Piano” Smith & the Clowns, Fats Domino, James Brown, Otis Redding, Irma Thomas, the Blind Boys of Alabama, the Zion Harmonizers, and Charles Brown.

Friday, December 27

ATTICA BLUES

ANCESTOR WORSHIP WITH JOHN SINCLAIR 68

Archie Shepp is in the Ancestor Worship spotlight this week with recordings taken from the Impulse Record albums New Thing At Newport and Attica Blues, the first featuring a small band with Bobby Hutcherson on vbes and the Attica set utilizing a large ensemble with voices and a guest speaking appearance by the late great attorney William Kunstler.

Friday, December 27

BAD NEIGHBORHOOD

BACK TRACKIN’ WITH THE BARTENDER 17

Tom Morgan is Back Trackin’ with The Bartender at WTJU-FM in Charlottesvile VA with great sides from New Orleans by Paul Gayten, Ronnie & The Delinquents, Nookie Boy, Joe & Ann, Byron Gibson, Ricky Jones, James Booker, Morgus & The Ghouls, Jewel King, Archibald, Blazer Boy, Sammy Cotton, Mr. Google Eyes, Algiers Brass Band, Zion Harmonizers, Melody Clouds, Voices of Distinction, and The Heavenly Stars.

Saturday, December 28

RECONSIDER BABY

TOKE TIME WITH JOHN SINCLAIR 69

Our final program in this Chess Chartbusters series features cuts from  Volume 6 by Little Walter, Howlin' Wolf, Lowell Fulson, Laura Lee, Willie Mabon, Tommy Tucker, Chuck Berry, Jackie Brenston & His Delta Cats, Eddie Fontaine, Danny Overbea, Bo Diddley, Little Milton, The Sensations, The Dells, Cookie & The Cupcakes, Dave "Baby" Cortez, Rotary Connection, and Tony Clarke.

Sunday, December 29

VUFU: BLACK LIGHT WHITE MEAT

CALEB SELAH PRESENTS THE FUCK YOU SOUND 76

Caleb Selah has crafted a twisted salute to the recently departed Lou Reed in this hour of serious damage from The Fuck You Sound studios in Blackheath.

Sunday, December 29

CONSEQUENCES

JOHN SINCLAIR RADIO SHOW ARCHIVES 223

In October 2008 I drove from Detroit to Batesville, Indiana to perform with M.L. Liebler, R.J. Spangler and Jeff Reynolds at the Public Library there, and today we drove on to Wittenberg, Illinois for a performance at the Pheasant Hollow Winery under the auspices of Professor Peggy Davis of Rend Lake College in nearby Ina. I took the opportunity to interview M.L. and R.J. about their energetic participation in contemporary artistic and cultural life for this episode of the radio show and played music from M.L. Liebler & the Magic Poetry Band’s new CD featuring saxophonist Faruq Z. Bey, R.J.’s current little big band project called Planet D, selected R.J. Spangler productions on Alberta Adams, Johnnie Bassett, and Joe Weaver, and a closing selection by John Sinclair & His Blues Scholars featuring Wayne Kramer.

Monday, December 30

HAPPY NEW YEAR

JOHN SINCLAIR RADIO SHOW 528

This episode from Amsterdam is our last Radio Show for 2013, my 10th year of broadcasting this program every Monday morning at 4:20 am.

Tuesday, December 31

IT’S MY LIFE BABY

THE BLUES SHOW WITH BRUCE PINGREE 106

Bruce Pingree is coming all the way from WUNH-FM in New Hampshire with a program of blues this week in tribute to the late great Bobby “Blue” Bland. Including tunes by some of his influences like T-Bone Walker, Nat “King” Cole, Charles Brown, B.B. King, and Rev. C.L. Franklin, plus more of Bobby’s magnificent Duke Records singles.


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