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Across the Great Divide with Guest Host Kevin Vance - February 3, 2013 at 11:00am

Across the Great Divide, for February 3, 2013 - 11:00am

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Playlist for this Program:

ArtistSongAlbumLabel
Kate WolfAcross The Great DivideWeaver Of Visions - Anthology (1)Rhino 2000
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Booker T Washingtonon the negro population in the southSay It Loud! A Celebration of Black Music in America (Disc 1)Rhino
OdettaNo More Auction Block For MeThe Essential OdettaVanguard
news story re:Harry S TrumanCivil Rights LegislationSay It Loud! A Celebration of Black Music in America (Disc 1)Rhino
Taj MahalThe Bourgeois BluesFolkways: A Vision Shared-A Tribute To Woody Guthrie And LeadbellyColumbia 1988
W E B Du Boison the place of the Black Man in SocietySay It Loud! A Celebration of Black Music in America (Disc 1)Rhino
Big Bill BroonzyI Wonder When I'll Be Called a ManFolk Song America - A 20th Century Revival (2)Smithsonian Collection/ Sony Special Products 1956
news story re:Civil Rightsbill narrowly defeatedSay It Loud! A Celebration of Black Music in America (Disc 1)Rhino
The SNCC Freedom Singers, Dorothy Cotton & Pete SeegerWe Shall OvercomeSmithsonian Folkways: American Roots CollectionSmithsonian Folkways 1974
Thurgood MarshallSupreme Court Justice on SegregationSay It Loud! A Celebration of Black Music in America (Disc 1)Rhino
James BrownSay It Loud - I'm Black And I'm ProudSay It Loud - I'm Black And I'm Proud1968
Malcolm Xwhites can help us but can't join usI Can Hear It Now - The SixtiesColumbia
Harold Melvin & The Blue NotesWake Up Everybody (Part 1)Single on Philadelphia InternationalPhiladelphia International 1975
Dr Martin Luther King Jrhis last daysSay It Loud! A Celebration of Black Music in America (Disc 1)Rhino
Nina SimoneWhy? (The King Of Love Is Dead)Anthology [Disc 2]RCA 1970
Huey NewtonThe Black Panther Party Calls For..Black Power: Music Of A Revolution [Disc 1]Shout Factory 1969
Kathleen CleaverChange ItBlack Power: Music Of A Revolution [Disc 1]Shout Factory
The Isley BrothersFight The PowerThe Heat Is OnT Neck - 1975
Jesse Jackson1984 Democratic ConventionSay It Loud! A Celebration of Black Music in America (Disc 1)Rhino
Sweet Honey In The RockHow Long?BreathsFlying Fish 1989
Tom Bradley LA Mayoron the Rodney King beating verdictSay It Loud! A Celebration of Black Music in America (Disc 1)Rhino
Ben HarperLike A KingWelcome To The Cruel WorldVirgin 1993
Ray Nagin New Orleans mayorHurricane KatrinaFound on youtube
Kanye WestGeorge W Bush doesn't care about black peopleFound on youtube
Mavis StaplesMy Own EyesWe'll Never Turn BackAnti- 2006
Corina PeilaGovernment Class TangentBringing The Noise 5Youth Speaks Inc
news story re:Oscar GrantBART Fruitvale New Years Eve 2008Found on youtube
Solomon BurkeNone Of Us Are FreePutumayo Presents: American BluesPutumayo 2002
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David Rodriguez with Lucinda WilliamsDeporteeThe True CrossDejaDisc 1992
Francisco Javier HerreraA DesalambrarLa Fuerza De La RaizCaminante Cultural Work
Los CenzontlesEstado De VerguenzaRaza De OroLos Cenzontles 2010
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Ali Farka TouréHaniRadio MaliWorld Circuit 1978
TinariwenOualahila Ar TesninamOne World Many Voices2005
Oumou SangaréAh NdiyaOumou [Disc 1]Nonesuch 2003
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Tom Robinson BandGlad to Be GayVarious Artists: The Best of Bob Dylan's Theme Time Radio Hour Vol 2.11997
Tom LehrerBe PreparedThe Remains Of Tom Lehrer [Disc 2]1960
TalkTalkTalkTalk
Bill CosbyHofstraWhy Is There Air?Warner
Democracy NowFootball and Brain InjuryFriday Feb 1, 2013 just in time for Super BowlDemocracy Now 2013
George CarlinBaseball-FootballAn Evening With Wally LandoAtlantic WEA 1975
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Duke EllingtonNew Orleans Low-DownThe Brunswick Era, Vol. 1 (1926-29)MCA

Comments

I want to commend you on the

I want to commend you on the selection of music you played. Although I will not forget Paul Robeson's voice, I do forget the lyrics and it was wonderful to hear them again. I very much enjoyed the spoken word piece you played, and hope I can have my students hear it.
And hey, any music from Mali is a joyful experience, especially Oumou Sangare.
thank you.
Sincerely,
Meryl

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