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Mixed Messsages (Music)

Tue Jan 22nd 2019 2.00pm–4.00pm

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: pacific

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3:53pm

Laraaji “All Pervading”
from Celestial Vibration (Soul Jazz Records)

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3:50pm

Ethel Davenport “Free at Last”
from Single (Nashboro)

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3:44pm

Nina Simone “Why? (The King of Love Is Dead)”
composed by Nina Simone
from 'Nuff Said (CA 1968)

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3:41pm

Elizabeth D. Williams “Sleep on Dr. King, Sleep On”
from Single (Crown Limited Records)

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3:39pm

U2 “Mlk”
composed by Bono/Clayton/The Edge/Mullen
from The Unforgettable Fire CD Album (Island 1984)

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3:33pm

Pharoah Sanders “Love is Everywhere”
composed by p. sanders
from Wisdom Through Music (Impulse!)

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3:20pm

Gregory Porter “1960 What?”
composed by Gregory Porter
from Water CD Album (Motema Music 2010)

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3:19pm

Joni Haastrup “Free My People”
from Wake Up Your Mind (Tummy Touch Records)

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3:13pm

The Pharoahs “freedom road”
from awakening (Luv N'Haight)

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3:00pm

Carsten Meinert Kvartet “requiem for martin luther king”
from To You (M.S.)

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2:57pm

Max Romeo “Martin luther king”
composed by M.Romeo
from The Max Romeo Catalogue - Chapter 3 - Verse 33-48 (Charmax Music)

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2:54pm

Ti Rat & Rouge Reggae “Pasteur Martin Luther King”
from Black Cause (unknown)

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2:49pm

The Last Poets “We Must Be Sacred (Mo Kolours Remix)”
composed by Alafia Pudim
from We Must Be Sacred - EP (Studio Rockers)

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2:46pm

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. “We Shall Overcome”
from The Best of the Speeches (unknown)

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2:43pm

Walt Thisney “Answered Prayer”
from Walt Thisney for Beginners (Not on Label)

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2:38pm

Devendra Banhart “freely”
composed by Devendra Banhart
from Smokey Rolls Down Thunder Canyon CD Album (XL 2007)

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2:35pm

Fontella Bass “Talking About Freedom”
from Now That I Found a Good Thing (Jewel Records)

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2:32pm

Big Maybelle “Heaven Will Welcome You Dr. King”
from The Rojac Years (Rojac Records)

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2:27pm

Moonstone “focus”
composed by Moonstone
from Moonstone (Remastered) (SC2 Music)

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2:24pm

John Fahey “March! For Martin Luther King”
composed by John Fahey
from The Essential John Fahey CD Album (Vanguard 1974)

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2:21pm

Wilson Simonal “Tributo a Martin Luther King”
from Nem Vem Que Não Tem (EMI)

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2:18pm

Bill Spivery & The Sons of Truth “The Non-Violent Man”
from 7" (Dee-Jay)

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2:15pm

Smokey Robinson & the Miracles “Abraham, Martin & John”
from Time Out For... (Tamla)

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2:07pm

Eugene McDaniels “Freedom Death Dance”
from Headless Heroes of the Apocalypse (Label M 1971)

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2:04pm

James Brown “Never can say goodbye”
from 20 All Time Greatest Hits (Polydor 1991)

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2:00pm

The Field “Everybody's Got to Learn Sometime”
from Yesterday and Today (Kompakt)


Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.