2. Sam Cooke A Change Is Gonna Come
3. The Edwin Hawkins Singers Oh-Oh- Child
4. Gil Scott Heron The Revolution Will Not Be Televised (Early Version)
5. Chicago Afrobeat Project bscg2
6. Carlos Nino & Lil Sci Intro / Whats The Science
7. Fumio Itabashi Watarase (from Smile)
8. Miriam Makeba (R.I.P.) Quit It
9. Dizzy Gillespie Kush (live from Swing Low, Sweet Cadillac)
11. Blaze Blackbyrd Interlude/Spiritually Speaking
12. Mettle Music Tranquility 2001/Ambient Mix
13. DJ Spinna vs Rich Medina Reality/Accapella
14. 3 Generations Walking To Live
[Spiritual Life ]
15. USG Presents African Blues Afrodrama Therapy/Supreme Vision Mix
16. Those Guys feat. Ras Baraka An American poem/ Jus’ Ras
[Basement Boys Records ]
17. Jamie Lewis & DJ Pippi feat. Kim Cooper Impress Me/Accapella
[Purple Music ]
18. Duke Ellington & Johnny Hodges Weary Blues
19. Direct Disco Join The Disco Ride
20. Gil Scott-Heron Ain’t No New Thing
[Flying Dutchman ]
21. The Waters Trying Hard To Look Inside
22. Marlena Shaw You Are The Sunshine Of My Life
[Blue Note ]
23. Kyoto Jazz Massive The Brightness Of These Days
24. Micatone Belgien
25. Godspeed You Black Emperor Motherfucker = Redeemer (Part. 2)
26. Saul Williams Not In Our Name/Pledge Of Resistance (Original)
27. Wild Magnolias Battlefield/Park Side Lounge Mix
28. Osunlade New Day/Quentin Harris Remix
29. Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom Buena Vista Records
30. Dilated Peoples The Last Line Of Defense (Instrumental)
as i said last week, should have played a bit of sam cooke, change has come hopefully, a bit of a tribute to the historical election and may it last . . .
a bit shocked by the news about miriam makebas aka mama africas sudden death on stage, she's done a lot for the change in south africa, in her own words without political purpose. she will be missed ! and theres a lot more than "pata pata", although its a great song, i have chosen the bluesy "quit it" from the album "a promise". R.I.P. mama africa.
went to see josé james 2 weeks ago in heidelberg and been blown away - again. still on a high from the nights before he came in directly from new york and wow, this man is getting better and better - brilliant band as well, robert mitchell on the piano, check his album as well - new wave of uk jazz.
plus a special mix which came in just a few hours before the show, out of toulouse/campus radio by gordon cole. true journey into the rythms of black flowers as he named it. enjoyed that, merci bien, gordon!
looking very much forward to this saturday 22nd november at hafen2 where i will be joined by alex barck / jazzanova on the turntables for the second soulsearching evening this year at the place with the best sound system. tickets on sale already. . .
thats it for now,
just enjoy the music,