The Black Experience on Sun 1/9/22

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

Artist Title Album
Les McCann Beaux J. Poo Boo Invitation to Openness
Poncho Sanchez I Showed Them Poncho At Montreux
George Duke Yana Aminah Feel
China Moses Why Don't You Do Right? Jazz Loves Disney
Stanley Cowell Equipoise - Live Live at Keystone Korner Baltimore
Bob Belden Project Una Mas Shades of Blue
George Duke Sweet Dreams After Hours
Stanley Turrentine Don't Mess With Mister T. The Essential Stanley Turrentine
The John Betsch Society Open Pastures Earth Blossom
Jazz Soul Seven Superfly Impressions of Curtis Mayfield
Freda Payne Moanin' Doodlin' Let There Be Love
Cannonball Adderley Walk Tall/Mercy, Mercy, Mercy Phenix
Patato, Totico Arango Mas Que Nada Patato & Totico
Giovanni Hidalgo Footprints Hands of Rhythm
The Crusaders A Ballad For Joe (Louis) Southern Comfort
Horace Silver All The United States of Mind / Phase 3
Lonnie Liston Smith and the Cosmic Echoes Expansions Cosmic Funk & Spiritual Sounds: The Flying Dutchman Masters
Roy Hargrove Brown Earfood
Jimmy Smith Flamingo The Sermon (The Rudy Van Gelder Edition)
Dee Alexander C U On the Other Side (Ode to "Light" Henry Huff) Wild is the Wind
Dara Tucker You Haven't Done Nothin' Dreams of Waking: Music For A Better World
Carmen Lundy Life Is a Song in Me Soul to Soul
Gil Scott-Heron Your Daddy Loves You Winter in America
Doug Carn Little B's Poem Infant Eyes
Michael White Water Children Father Music, Mother Dance
Herbie Hancock Dolphin Dance - Remastered Maiden Voyage
Milt Jackson People Make The World Go Round Sunflower (CTI Records 40th Anniversary Edition)

The Black Experience

Sunday 6am-12pm
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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