The Black Experience on Sun 2/6/22

Hopeton Brown 12:00 - 3:00 am

Artist Title Album New
Fertile Ground Take Me Higher Season change
Alberta Hunter Darktown Strutters Ball Amtrak Blues
Roy Ayers Ubiquity Hey-Uh-What You Say Come On Everybody Loves the Sunshine
Terry Callier You Don't Care What Color is Love
Johnny Griffin & Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis Quintet Bahia [Live] Owl Live at the Penthouse
Wwather Report Man in the Green Shirt Best of Weather Report
Peter Tosh Get Up, Stand Up Equal Rights
John Coltrane Giant Steps (LP Version) A Giant Step in Jazz
The Crusaders A Ballad for Joe (Louis) Southern Comfort
Adriana Evans I'll Be There Adriana Evans
Jon Lucien Hello Like Before By Request
Al Jarreau (a Rhyme) This Time This Time
Black Coffee Gardens of Eden Africa Rising
Kerri Chandler Track 1 Revisited (Jazz Mix) Track 1 Revisited
Wynton Marsalis & Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra Yes or No The Music of Wayne Shorter (Disc 1)
Lonnie Liston Smith and the Cosmic Echoes Expansions Cosmic Fans & Spiritual Sounds
Rodney Franklin On the Path Rodney Franklin & You'll Never Know
Jimmy Smith Flamingo The Sermon
Elements of Life Children of the World Eclipse
Gil Scott-Heron / Brian Jackson Your Daddy Loves You Winter in America
Nina Simone Here Comes the Sun Here Comes the Sun
Donald Byrd Think Twice Sleeping into Tomorrow
George Duke Yana Aminah Feel
Willie Bobo Fried Neck Bones And Some home Fries Verve Remixed
Johnny Griffin & Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis Quintet Blues Up and Down (Live) Owl Live at the Penthouse
Art Ensemble of chicago Dreaming of the Master Nice Guys
herbie Hancock Vein Melter Head Hunters
Robert glasper Experiment Move love (feat. KING) Jazzy Soul
Gil Sct-Heron Work for Peace Spirits
Gil Scot-Heron & Brian Jackson A Lovely Day From South Africa to South Carolina
Jon Lucien Dindi By Request
Jean Baylor & Marcus Baylor Black Boy The Baylor Project

The Black Experience

Sunday 12am-12pm and Sunday 3-6pm
Sunday 3am-12pm
Sunday 12am-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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