The Black Experience on Sun 11/21/21

The Musical Journey - Kevin Brown (6am-9am)

Artist Title Album New Local
McCoy Tyner For Tommorow Inner Voices
Terrace Martin First Responders Dinner Party
Tupac, Mos Def Can U C The Pride in the Panther The Rose That Grew From The Concrete
Emanative Turn Your Lights On Time
Azymuth Morning Azymuth
Anthony Braxton You Just Stepped Out Of Dream Five Pieces
Tony Williams Mom And Dad Ego
Johnny Hodges, Oliver Nelson, Leon Thomas Dukes Place Three Shades Of Blue
Fertile Ground Take Me Higher Seasons Change
Louis Armstrong The Creator Has A Master Plan Louis Armstrong and His Friends
Yusef Lateef Moon Tree Six Classic Albums
Fertile Ground Libations Field Songs Revisted
Dave McMurray The Eleven Greatful Deadication
Gil Scott Heron/Makaya McCraven Me And The Devil We're New Again - A Reimagining by Makaya McCCraven
Lester Bowie Rios Negroes The Great Pretender
Albert Ayler Music Is The Healing Force Of The Universe The Impulse Story
Rahsaan Roland Kirk Volunteered Slavery Live Does Your House Have Lions? The Rahsaan Roland Kirk Anthology
Sister Rosetta Tharpe Up Above My Head I Hear Music in The Air Guitar Women Vol. 2
Moor Mother The Blues Remembers Everything The Country Forgot Brass
Angela Davis We Are Threatining The Opressor Liberation Music: Spirirutal Jazz And The Art Of Protest.
Carlos Santana Devadip Carlos Santana Oneness - Silver Dreams Golden Reality
Adrian Younge Visions Of Love instrumentals JID009
Sun Ra & His Arkestra Where Pathways Meet Landuidity
Moor Mother Temporal Control Of Light Echoes Black Encyclopedia of the Air
Ramsey Lewis Brazilica Salongo
Blue Lab Beats Labels Labels
Elements Of Life I'm A Woman, I'm A Queen Eclipse
Leon Thomas Shape Your Mind To Die Blues and The Soulful Truth
Max Roach Garvey's Ghost Percussion Bitter Sweet
Gil Scott Heron/Makaya McCraven Running We're New Again - A Reimagining by Makaya McCraven

The Black Experience

Sunday 6am-12pm
The Black Experience has been broadcasting through WKDU's airwaves since the 1970's, making a full return during WKDU's 50th anniversary in July of 2021. A different communicator each will will provide their own special broadcast as it were when they were undergraduates at Drexel University. Tune in for this very special broadcast each week on Sunday mornings!
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