Sunday, February 15, 2009

I'll be back on the seat next week. Have A Happy President's Day!

Introduction Mike Henderson and the Bluebloods “Mister Downchild” Thicker Than Water 1998 Dead Reckoning Records

1.) Jill Scott “One Is The Magic # ” Who Is Jill Scott-Words And Sounds Vol.1 2001 Hidden Beach Recordings
2.) Mississippi Fred McDowell “Jesus On The Mainline” Oxford American Southern Music CD #5 2001 Oxford America
3.) Ann Peebles “I Can’t Stand The Rain” Oxford American Southern Music CD #5 2001 Oxford America
4.) The Dirty Dozen Brass Band with Chuck D “What’s Going On” What’s Going On 2006 Shout Factory
5.) Tangle Eye “Drownded” Features samples of 1959 recording of Mrs. Sidney Carter’s “Pharoah” TANGLE EYE-Alan Lomax’s Southern Music Remixed 2004 Zoë Records or
6.) Gil Scott-Heron “Message To The Messengers” Spirits 1994 TVT Records (To air this I had to EDIT FOR CONTENT)
7.) Atlanta Rhythm Section “What’s Up Wid That?” Eufaula 1999 Platinum Ent.
8.) Al Green “Play To Win” I Can’t Stop 2003 Blue Note Records
9.) Robert Cray “Twenty” Twenty 2005 Sanctuary Records
10.) Taj Mahal Meets The Culture Musical Club of Zanzibar “Catfish Blues” USA / Zanzibar Putumayo Presents Blues Around the World 2006 Putumayo World Music
11.) Robert B. Jones “Big Leg Woman” Blues From the Lowlands 1997 RoJo Records
12.) Abbey Lincoln “Blue Monk” Abbey Sings Abbey 2007 Verve Music
13.) Wynton Marsalis “Supercapitalism” -Fast Swing, Charleston, Cha-Cha, Slow Shuffle From The Plantation To The Penitentiary 2007 Blue Note Records
14.) Sly & The Family Stone “You Caught Me Smilin’” There’s A Riot Goin’ On 1971 Epic Records
15.) Felony Blues Band “Chicken Woman” Come ‘n Get It…While It’s Hot 2006 Alton Blues Records
16.) Cassandra Wilson “Hot Tamalies” Belly Of The Sun 2002 Blue Note Records
17.) Robert Johnson “Malted Milk” Robert Johnson The Complete Recordings 1990 Legacy Records
18.) The Staples Singers “I’ll Take You There” Be Altitude: Respect Yourself 1972 Stax / 1978 Fantasy
19.) Bob Marley and The Wailers “Soul Shakedown Party” The Best Of The Wailers-Soul Revolutionaries: The Early Jamaican Recordings 1970-71 Trogan 2005 Santuary
20.) Lucky Peterson “Herbert Harper’s Free Press News” Black Midnight Sun 2003 Dreyfus Jazz
21.) Nina Simone “I Want A Little Sugar In My Bowl” Nina Simone Sings The Blues 1967 RCA or
22.) Ray Charles “Busted” The Greatest Hits Of Ray Charles 2000 Rhino Records
23.) Cassandra Wilson “I Want To Be Loved” Thunderbird 2006 Blue Note Records
24.) James Brown “Get Up Offa That Thing” James Brown 20 All-Time Greatest Hits! 1991 Polygram
25.) Squirrel Nut Zippers “Pallin With Al” Putumayo Presents Swing Around The World 2005 Putumayo World Music
26.) Oscar Peterson with Clark Terry “Mumbles” Putumayo Presents Swing Around The World 2005 Putumayo World Music
27.) Macy Gray “Boom Boom” Music From and Inspired By Desperate Housewives 2005 Hollywood Records
28.) G.T. Jam “Midnight” Feel The Concept 2007 G.T. Jam

THE ECLECTIC CHAIR IS PRODUCED IN THE STUDIOS OF DELTA COLLEGE QUALITY PUBLIC RADIO W.U.C.X.-F.M. I’ll be back on the seat next week again with an all new show. This Chair was one of my personal favorites from last year. Hope you all enjoy this fine Happy President’s Day! BE SURE TO HAVE A SEAT ON THE NEXT ECLECTIC CHAIR EACH WEEK ON THIS FINE PUBLIC RADIO STATION! PEACE

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