September 18, 2011
Take It Easy My Brother Charles
So Bill Lupoletti from Global A Go-Go (left) will be filling his shoes on The Other Black Music this afternoon (Sunday Sep 18, 3-5 PM), bringing you the other black music you can't hear on Richmond radio (or practically anywhere else, for that matter) and reminding you to donate during WRIR's Summer 2011 Fund Drive in order to make programs like this one possible.
I'll have a little help today from the Tim Harding Quartet, who will be playing live in the studio during The Other Black Music. Tim, best known as the co-founder of Richmond's long-running avant-groove ensemble Hotel X, will be on saxophone with O.J. Hunter at the piano, WRIR's own Phil Pollard playing bass and Pippin Barnett manning the drums.
In between and around the band, I'll spin music from some of the artists Greybeard got to see at the Ponderosa Stomp, a few of the CDs we have available as a special premium on The Other Black Music, and other items which are 100% Greybeard approved. It will be a party, y'all.
Song | Artist | Recording | Label | Year
Creative Musicians | The Lyman Woodard Organization | Saturday Night Special | Strata | 1975
Mustang Sally | Sir Mack Rice | Blue Rock 4014 | Blue Rock | 1965
Everybody's Hip-Huggin | Robert Parker | Nola 735 | Nola | 1967
Big Bird | Eddie Floyd | Stax 246 | Stax | 1968
Hello My Lover | Ernie K-Doe | Minit 614 | Minit | 1959
WWOZ(?) aircheck | Ernie K-Doe | (thanks, Bill Altice)
The Tim Harding Quartet, live in the studio:
The Berber's Jinx
Cul De Sac
Bad Dream | Unity Sound | recorded live on Global A Go-Go November 5, 2010
Cocaine In My Brain | Dillinger | Cornbread | Culture Press | 1981
Orishas | Hotel X | unreleased | 2010
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