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Playlist info for: 'Sex 14s' on 02-23-2011

Playlist for 'Sex 14s', 02-23-2011, on kalx at
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09:00 am Inaugural Address “Segregation Forever" George Wallace
09:01 am Governor Wallace The SNCC Freedom Singers Voices of the Civil Rights Movement: Black American Freedom Songs 1960-1966 Smithsonian Folkways
09:03 am Merry-Go-Round (A Colored Child At Carnival) Langston Hughes The Voice of Langston Hughes Smithsonian Folkways
09:04 am Come Ye Nina Simone High Priestess Of Soul Philips
09:07 am Jesus knows how much we can Bear Georgia Peach & Her Gospel Singers The Gospel Train is Leaving 1930-1945 Iris Music
09:11 am Little Rock School Integration Radio Broadcast
09:12 am How I Got Over Mahalia Jackson The Essential Mahalia Jackson Columbia
09:20 am Birmingham 1962 -- Keep Moving Martin Luther King Jr. Every Tone a Testimony Smithsonian Folkways
09:23 am Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Swan Silvertones Happy With Jesus Alone Liquid 8
09:28 am When Malindy Sings Abbey Lincoln Straight Ahead Candid
09:32 am When Malindy Sings Margaret Walker Every Tone a Testimony Smithsonian Folkways
09:36 am Come Away ESG South Bronx Story Universal Sound
09:39 am The Notorious "Nappy-Headed Ho's" Comment Don Imus
09:40 am Push It Salt-n-Pepa The Best of Salt 'n Pepa Chronicles
09:50 am Old Man River Ray Charles Genius & Soul: The 50th Anniversary Collection Rhino
09:55 am On Clinton's Blackness and Obama's "Not Black Enough-ness" Dick Gregory
09:58 am Marcus Garvey Burning Spear Marcus Garvey/Garvey's Ghost Hip-O Select
10:04 am Ol' Man River Paul Robeson Paul Robeson Sings "Ol' Man River" & Other Favorites EMI Classics
10:07 am River Stay Away From My Door Jimmy Rushing With The Dave Brubeck Quartet Brubeck & Rushing Columbia
10:11 am "Death of the Heart" Television Interview James Baldwin
10:13 am A Change is Gonna Come Sam Cooke Portrait of a Legend 1951-1964 Abkco
10:16 am A Negro Speaks of Rivers Langston Hughes The Voice of Langston Hughes Smithsonian Folkways
10:17 am Take Me to the River Al Green Explores Your Mind Hi
10:26 am Haiti Josephine Baker Josephine Baker Ryko
10:29 am On Being in the World Series Jackie Robinson
10:30 am (What Did I Do to Be So) Black and Blue Louis Armstrong Satch Plays Fats Columbia
10:33 am Talks About Death Threats Against Him Reggie Jackson
10:34 am Freedom Death Dance Eugene McDaniels Headless Heroes of the Apocalypse Atlantic
10:37 am Bold as Love Jimi Hendrix Axis: Bold as Love Reprise
10:45 am Black Unity Malcolm X Great Speeches of 20th Century Rhino Word Beat
10:46 am The Revolution Will Not Be Televised Gil Scott-Heron Pieces of a Man Flying Dutchman
10:49 am When The Revolution Comes The Last Poets The Last Poets Revola
10:51 am Fight The Power (Pts. 1 & 2) The Isley Brothers The Heat is On T-Neck
10:56 am "Violence Is As American As Cherry Pie" H. Rap Brown
10:57 am Yell Fire Michael Franti And Spearhead Yell Fire Anti
11:03 am Power To The People Huey Newton
11:04 am (For God's Sake) Give More Power To The People The Chi-Lites (For God's Sake) Give More Power To The People Brunswick
11:07 am Frederick Douglass: The Meaning of July Fourth for the Negro (July 5, 1852) Brian Jones Howard Zinn: Voices of a People's History First Run
11:12 am Sinfonietta No. 2, "Generations": II. Alla sarabande Paul Freeman African Heritage Symphonic Series, Vol. 3 Cedille
11:17 am Handel: Dignare, Domine - 'Dettingen' Te Deum Marian Anderson Prima Voce: Marian Anderson Volume 2 Nimbus
11:24 am A Cup of Coffee at a Cheap Lunch Counter Adam Clayton Powell
11:25 am Mississippi Goddam Nina Simone In Concert Philips
11:30 am Paul Laurence Dunbar: Little Brown Baby Arna Bontemps Anthology of Negro Poets in the U.S.A. - 200 Years Smithsonian Folkways
11:32 am Oh Dear, What Can the Matter Be? Terry Callier The New Folk Sound Of Terry Callier Fantasy
11:35 am Ballad of Medgar Evers SNCC Freedom Singers Led By Matthew Jones Voices of the Civil RIghts Movement Smithsonian Folkways
11:39 am Strange Fruit Billie Holiday The Commodore Master Takes Commodore
11:42 am Biko Sweet Honey In The Rock Good News Cooking Vinyl
11:44 am Forgiveness Desmond Tutu
11:45 am Nelson Mandela Hugh Masekela Greatest Hits Columbia
11:52 am Love In Outer Space Sun Ra The Singles Evidence
11:56 am Sojourner Truth's "Ain't I a Woman?" Speech at the Women's Rights Convention Akron, Ohio on May 29, 1851 Ruby Dee Every Tone A Testimony Smithsonian Folkways
11:58 am African Student Movement Saul Williams Saul Williams Fader Label
12:01 pm Thank You For Talkin' To Me Africa Sly & the Family Stone Anthology Columbia
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