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Frequency Theory (Music)

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Frequency Theory is a show about musical intersections – where jazz meets hip hop, punk and funk converge, turntablism overlaps with soul, folk shares a spliff with its psychedelic brethren, and industrial hits the disco dancefloor. The nature of all culture, including music, is characterized by a constant melding and morphing of two into one, and that into another. There is no “pure” – every form and every artifact is a bastard child of bastard parents, a DNA that can only be traced until it cannot. Remix, fusion, mutation and synthesis. Every week at the midway point, the segment “Discover This Cover” explores radical reinterpretations of music you thought you knew

Thu Nov 15th 2018 8.00pm–10.00pm

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links help support the station.

Time zone: eastern

9:54pm

Miracle Mike & The Ladies Of The 80s “Outta Control”
from The Sugar Hill Records Story Single (1997)

9:50pm

Mary J. Blige “Family Affair”
from No More Drama (Version 1) (2001)

9:45pm

Lauryn Hill “Forgive Them Father”
from The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill CD Single (1998)

9:40pm

Lady of Rage “Sho Shot”
from Necessary Roughness (Death Row Records 1997)

9:31pm

Eve “Let Me Blow Ya Mind”
from Scorpion MP3 (Ruff Ryders Records)

9:27pm

Foxy Brown “B. K. Anthem”
from Broken Silence Single (violater 2001)

9:23pm

Lil' Kim, Angie Martinez, Da Brat, Missy Elliott “Not Tonight (Ladies Night)” Single (1997)

9:19pm

Missy Elliott “She's a Bitch”
from Da Real World (1998)

9:16pm

Lil' Kim “Queen B@#$H”
from Hard Core (Rhino Atlantic)

9:12pm

Da Brat “May Da Funk Be Wit 'Cha”
from Funkdafied (1994)

9:07pm

Yo-Yo “You Can't Play With My Yo-Yo (feat. Ice Cube)”
from Make Way for the Motherlode (Rhino/Elektra 1991)

8:58pm

Monie Love “Monie in the Middle”
from down to Earth (Chrysalis Records)

8:53pm

MC Lyte “10% Dis”
from Lyte As a Rock Single (1988)

8:49pm

Salt-N-Pepa “The Showstopper”
from Hot, Cool & Vicious (Island Def Jam)

8:44pm

Roxanne Shante “Roxanne's Revenge”
from The Ol' Skool Flava of...Nia (Ol' Skool Flava)

8:29pm

Sylvia “It's Good to Be the Queen”
from The Sugar Hill Records Story (Sanctuary Records 1997)

8:22pm

West Street Mob “Let's Dance (Make Your Body Move)”
from The Sugar Hill Records Story Single (1997)

8:11pm

The Sequence “Funk You Up (Long Version)”
from The Sugar Hill Records Story Single (1979)

8:02pm

Queen Latifah & Monie Love “Ladies First”
from All Hail the Queen MP3 Single (1989)


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