Hello again friends,
We Start the show this week with a brief review of the documentary, Summer Of Soul, a documentary covering the happenings in 1969 around Harlem. There was a fabulous black music festival held over a series of days. The organisers recorded and filmed everything but then it was forgotten in favour of the more commercially popular, Woodstock.
Summer Of Soul captures the atmosphere of what was going on at the time culturally, politically, & musically.
The Summer of Soul film is now available on most streaming platforms.
Two of the acts on stage early on in the film are The Chambers Brothers, and we continue to another mesmerising performance from The Staples Singers.
We return to our usual programming with tracks from, Flying Lotus, Debra Jordan, Native Dancer, Moon & Sticky Dub, tracks from Werkha’s new album (All Werk Is Play), Space Dolphin, and much more!
Uptown - The Chambers Brothers
Funky Love - Mavis Staples
Between Memories - Thundercat
Heartbroken - Debora Jordan (K15 Remix)
We Can Do Everything - Quiet Dawn
Full Moon Syndrome - Native Dancer
Microwerk - Werkha
Pick Up Football - Werkha
Soul of Man - moon & Sticky Dub
Tonight We Rise - Andrés
Somewhere Else - Scott Diaz, LOA.
Stop The Games - Potatohead People, Trailer Lemon
Inner World - Azar Azar (K15 Remix)
Left Lion (feat. Ty Healy) - Space Dolphin
No Sacrifice (Dutchie Remix) - Soothsayers
DJ Robbie Duncan