The Black Experience on Sun 2/11/24

The Black Experience in Music
LaVerne Battiste
Phase 4 - 9:00 to 11:30

Artist Title Album Label
Monnette Sudler Morning Meditation Stay Strong MonnetteSudler
Herbie Hancock Trio La Maison Goree Herbie Hancock Trio Sony BMG Music Entertainment
Marcus Miller Goree Renaissance Concord Music Group
Herlin Riley Connection to Congo Square New Direction Mack Avenue Records
Dee Dee Bridgewater Congo Square Dee Dee's Feathers Sony Music Entertainment
Terence Blanchard Ghost of Congo Square A Tale of God's Will Blue Note
Wynton Marsalis Black Codes Black Codes(From The Underground Sony Music Entertainment
Jimmy Smith&Wes Montgomery Down By The Riverside The Dynamic Duo Verve 1997
Oscar Peterson Trio Hymn to Freedom Night Train Verve 2011
Roy Ayers Red, Black and Green Red, Black and Green Universal Records
Sweet Honey In The Rock Are There Any Rights I'm Entitled To? Sweet Honey In The Rock Rounder Records
John Legend Woke Up This Morning Soundtrack For A Revolution Blacksmith Corp.& Entertainment One
Ray Brown Trio Mistreated But Undefeated Blues Solar Energy Concord Jazz
Geri Allen I Have A Dream Yimeless Portraits and Dreams Telarc Entertainment
Oliver Nelson I Hope In Time A Change Will Come Black, Brown and Beautiful Stardust Records
Lenny Kravitz Road To Freedom Soundtrack from Rustin Netflix Music
Nubya Garcia Stand With Each Other Source Concord Jazz
Sammy Davis - Count Basie Blues For Mr. Charlie Our Shining Hour Verve Music Group
Christian Scott James Crow, Jr., Esq. Live At Newport Concord Music Group
Kenny Garrett Seeds From The Underground Seeds From The Underground Mack Avenue Records
David "Fathead" Newman Black Davey Blue High Note Records
Nat Adderley Free Jazz LRC Ltd
Steve Wilson Quintet Freedom Sound New York Summit Criss Cross
Jon Batiste Blacck We Are The Golden Ones UMG Recordings
Common Letter To The Free Black America Again UMG Recordings
Heavy D and The Boyz A Better Land Big Tyme UMG Recordings

The Black Experience

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