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A Bowl of Soul – 02.05.16

A Bowl of Soul Broadcast – 02-05-2016

Stand Up Pts 1 & 2 – Lee Fields & Sugarman & Co – Funk – 2006
The World (Is Going Up In Flames) – Charles Bradley – R&B – 2007
You’re The Man – Marvin Gaye – R&B – 1972
It’s Rough Out Here – The Modulations – R&B – 1975
Fight The Power (Pt 1 & 2) – The Isley Brothers – Funk – 1975
Black Woman – Judy Mowatt – Reggae – 1980
Sit Down Servant – The Staple Singers – Gospel – 1961
Freedom Time – ThE Wailers – RockSteady – 1967
Impeach The President – The Honey Drippers – Funk – 1973
Shanty Town (007) – Desmond Dekker – RockSteady – 1967
I Should Be Proud – Martha Reeves & The Vandellas – R&B – 1970

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Progressive Commentary Hour – 11.24.15

Ned Sublette is a musical composer, musician, record producer and musicologist best known for his mastery of Spanish and Cuban music. He is also a historian and investigative researcher of Americana and regarded as the leading scholar on Cuban music. Musically, Ned has worked with John Cage, LeMonte Young and other modern contemporary composers and Willie Nelson. He has degrees from the University of New Mexico and studied at University of California at San Diego. In addition to his books on the history of slavery and the musical culture of Cuba and New Orleans, Ned is co-author with his wife Constance, of the recent “The American Slave Coast: A History of the Slave Breeding Industry,” an epic size history of the US through the eyes of American slavery with enormous relevancy today in our cheap-labor economy with workers serving as commodities for the elite. American Slave Coast took 5 years to research through a residency with Washington Colleges Starr Center for the Study of the American Experience.

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The Gary Null Show – 11.19.15

Ned Sublette is a musical composer, musician, record producer and musicologist best known for his mastery of Spanish and Cuban music. He is also a historian and investigative researcher of Americana and regarded as the leading scholar on Cuban music. Musically, Ned has worked with John Cage, LeMonte Young and other modern contemporary composers and Willie Nelson. He has degrees from the University of New Mexico and studied at University of California at San Diego. In addition to his books on the history of slavery and the musical culture of Cuba and New Orleans, Ned is co-author with his wife Constance, of the recent “The American Slave Coast: A History of the Slave Breeding Industry,” an epic size history of the US through the eyes of American slavery with enormous relevancy today in our cheap-labor economy with workers serving as commodities for the elite. American Slave Coast took 5 years to research through a residency with Washington Colleges Starr Center for the Study of the American Experience.