What the Fontaine?! presents:

“What the Fontaine?!: You never know what you’ll hear next on this fun mix of tunes from across the decades and musical genres.”

It’s Juneteenth. Like two weeks ago, I’m gonna play you music from voices of color. Last Poets (who I got to see live Juneteenth 14 years ago!), Gil Scott-Heron, Public Enemy, Miles Davis, Parliament, Edwin Starr, Aretha Franklin, Trouble Funk, etc. Tune in 9-11pmEDT.

(Last Poets album art: Abdul Mati)
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Meat Beat Manifesto – United Nations

The Last Poets – Related to What Chant/ Related to What
Gil Scott-Heron – Whitey on the Moon
Public Enemy – By the Time I Get to Arizona

Stevie Wonder – Living for the City
Parliament – Chocolate City
James Brown – Say It Loud (I’m Black and I’m Proud)
Aretha Franklin – Respect
Ray Charles – What’d I Say

Staple Singers – Respect Yourself
The Temptations – Ball of Confusion

Gil Scott-Heron – The Revolution Will Not Be Televised  [The Revolution Will Be Live!]
Edwin Starr – War

Grand Master Flash & the Furious Five – New York New York
Trouble Funk – Drop the Bomb
Cypress Hill – I Ain’t Goin’ Out Like That
Boogie Down Productions – Stop the Violence
DJ Spooky That Subliminal Kid – Galactic Funk (Tau Ceti Mix)
Isaac Hayes – Hyperbolicsyllabicsesquedalymistic
Public Enemy –  Black Steel in the Hour of Chaos

Robert Johnson – Hell Hound on My Trail
Casey Bill and Black Bob – W.P.A. Blues
Louis Jordan – Saturday Night Fish Fry

Miles Davis – Move  [from Birth of the Cool]
John Coltrane – Acknowledgement  [from A Love Supreme]

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109 June 19th, 2020

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