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In A Mellow Tone

In A Mellow Tone
Wednesday February 6th, 2019 with Jean-Michel labatut
Black History Month

In this first broadcast of In a Mellow Tone during the 2019 edition of Black History Month, we will listen to some recordings which celebrate the struggle for freedom and equality of the African American people, from the time they were taken away from Africa to today. Two musicians will be featured: John Carter (Castles of Ghana, Fields, and Dance of the Love Gosts) and Wadada Leo Smith (Ten Freedom Summers).
Ode To The Flower Maiden
John Carter - Dauwhe (1982) - Black Saint
Enter From The East
John Carter - Dauwhe - Black Saint
Castles Of Ghana
John Carter - Castles Of Ghana (1986) - Gramavision
The Fallen Prince
John Carter - Castles Of Ghana - Gramavision
Dance Of The Love Ghosts
John Carter - Dance Of The Love Ghosts (1987) - Gramavision
Moon Waltz
John Carter - Dance Of The Love Ghosts - Gramavision
Bootyreba At The Big House
John Carter - Fields (1988) - Gramavision
Juba's Run
John Carter - Fields - Gramavision
Thurgood Marshall And Brown vs Board Of Education: A Dream Of Equal Education 1954
Wadada Leo Smith - Ten Freedom Summers (2012) - Cuneiform
Rosa Park And The Montgomery Bus Boycott, 381 Days
Wadada Leo Smith - Ten Freedom Summers - Cuneiform
America Parts 1,2,3
Wadada Leo Smith - Ten Freedom Summers - Cuneiform
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