The Black Experience on Sun 11/21/21

The Black Experience in Music - Don Hinson (9am-noon)

Artist Title Album New
Carmen Lundy Jazz on TV Modern Ancestors
Jazzmeia Horn Lift Every Voice And Sing / Moanin (Medley) A Social Call
Betty Carter The Way You Look Tonight Social Call
Langston Hughes The Negro Speaks of Rivers Every Tone a Testimony: An African American Aural History
Gary Bartz I've Known Rivers I've Know Rivers and Other Bodies
Gregory Porter On My Way to Harlem Be Good
Pharoah Sanders Love Will Find a Way Love Will Find a Way (Expanded Edition)
John Hicks After The Morning Hicks Time
Ahmad Jamal Saturday Morning Saturday Morning
Dorothy Ashby Little Sunflower Afro-Harping
Monty Alexander No Woman No Cry - Live Harlem-Kingston Express (Live at Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola, NYC)
Isaiah J. Thompson 1,000 Rainbows Plays the Music of Buddy Montgomery
Marc Cary Taiwa Focus
Art Tatum Willow Weep For Me Art Tatum Solo Masterpieces, Volume 1
Richard "Groove" Holmes This Here Groovy Jazz Organ
Thelonious Monk It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing) Plays Duke Ellington (Keepnews Collection)
George Duke Transition 1 Change The World DreamWeaver
Ester Saterfield Look to the Children Once I Loved
Dara Tucker Someday We'll All Be Free Dreams of Waking: Music For A Better World
Poncho Sanchez Morning Afro-Cuban Fantasy
Flora Purim Windows Encounter
Hugh Masekela Minawa Home Is Where The Music Is
Carmen McRae Satin Doll The Great American Songbook
Betty Carter Baby, It's Cold Outside - Remastered Avant-Garde Jazz (Remastered)
Queen Latifah Moody's Mood for Love The Dana Owens Album
Phillip Manuel Fragile Love Happened To Me
Roy Ayers Ubiquity The Third Eye Everybody Loves The Sunshine
John Coltrane Equinox Coltrane's Sound
The Jazz Crusaders Eleanor Rigby Lighthouse '68 (Remastered)
Marcus Printup The Bishop Young Bloods

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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