Pandemic presents:

In honor of MLK and the recently departed John Lewis and the civil rights leaders and all people out there fighting the good fight. Tonight we listen to songs that sustained the civil-rights movement in the 1960s (and beyond) through the setbacks, the hardships, the failures and the many hard-won successes that have moved America closer to racial equality, and songs that examine the reality that we have still have a long way to go.

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Playlist:

    Time: January 17 - 7:01:15 pm
  • The Time Has Come

    The Chambers Brothers, “People Get Ready”

    from The Time Has Come

    Columbia - 1966

  • Time: January 17 - 7:05:24 pm
  • His Majesty King Funk

    Grant Green, “The Selma March”

    from His Majesty King Funk

    Verve Reissues - 1965

  • Time: January 17 - 7:14:39 pm
  • Lady Sings the Blues

    Billie Holiday & Tony Scott and His Orchestra, “Strange Fruit”

    from Lady Sings the Blues

    Verve - 2011

  • Time: January 17 - 7:17:01 pm
  • The Essential Bob Dylan

    Bob Dylan, “The Times They Are A-Changin'”

    from The Essential Bob Dylan

    Sony Music Entertainment - 2010

  • Time: January 17 - 7:20:11 pm
  • A Change Is Gonna Come - EP

    Sam Cooke, “This Little Light of Mine”

    from A Change Is Gonna Come - EP

    ABKCO Music and Records, Inc. - 2008

  • Time: January 17 - 7:23:47 pm
  • 20 Greatest Hits

    The Chi-Lites, “(For God's Sake) Give More Power to the People”

    from 20 Greatest Hits

    Brunswick Records - 2001

  • Time: January 17 - 7:26:36 pm
  • Joan Baez in San Francisco, 1958 (Her Earliest Recordings) [Remastered]

    Joan Baez, “Oh Freedom”

    from Joan Baez in San Francisco, 1958 (Her Earliest Recordings) [Remastered]

    RevOla - 2009

  • Time: January 17 - 7:29:51 pm
  • Pieces of a Man

    Gil Scott-Heron, “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised”

    from Pieces of a Man

    Ace Records - 2014

  • Time: January 17 - 7:36:17 pm
  • A Toast to Those Who Are Gone

    Phil Ochs, “Going Down to Mississippi”

    from A Toast to Those Who Are Gone

    Phil Ochs - 2007

  • Time: January 17 - 7:38:50 pm
  • We'll Never Turn Back

    Mavis Staples, “We Shall Not be Moved”

    from We'll Never Turn Back

    Anti/Epitaph - 2007

  • Time: January 17 - 7:43:16 pm
  • Gold

    John Coltrane, “Alabama”

    from Gold

    Universal Music Enterprises - 2006

  • Time: January 17 - 7:45:36 pm
  • That's the Way Love Is

    Marvin Gaye, “Abraham, Martin & John”

    from That's the Way Love Is

    UNI/MOTOWN - 2014

  • Time: January 17 - 7:49:41 pm
  • Singin' in the Storm

    Shirley Verrett, “Oh, Freedom”

    from Singin' in the Storm

    RCA Red Seal - 1966

  • Time: January 17 - 7:53:16 pm
  • Equal Rights

    Peter Tosh, “Equal Rights”

    from Equal Rights

    Columbia/Legacy - 1977

  • Time: January 17 - 7:58:51 pm
  • A Link In the Chain

    Pete Seeger, “Keep Your Eyes On the Prize”

    from A Link In the Chain

    Columbia/Legacy - 1996

  • Time: January 17 - 8:01:05 pm
  • Soul Folk In Action

    The Staple Singers, “Long Walk to D.C.”

    from Soul Folk In Action

    Stax - 1986

  • Time: January 17 - 8:03:58 pm
  • Quartet

    Larry Goldings, “We Shall Overcome”

    from Quartet

    Palmetto Records - 2006

  • Time: January 17 - 8:10:56 pm
  • Vicki Anderson, “The Message from the Soul Sisters, Pts. 1 & 2”

    from James Brown's Original Funky Divas

    independent - 1970

  • Time: January 17 - 8:15:56 pm
  • New Amerykah, Pt. 1 (4th World War)

    Erykah Badu, “The Healer”

    from New Amerykah, Pt. 1 (4th World War)

    Motown - 2008

  • Time: January 17 - 8:20:00 pm
  • Best Of Delroy Wilson

    Delroy Wilson, “Better Must Come”

    from Best Of Delroy Wilson

    Original Jamaican Music - 2011

  • Time: January 17 - 8:22:07 pm
  • Freedom Song

    Sweet Honey in the Rock, “This May Be the Last Time”

    from Freedom Song

    Sony Classical - 2000

  • Time: January 17 - 8:27:36 pm
  • Box Set

    Ben Harper, “Like a King”

    from Box Set

    Virgin Records - 2000

  • Time: January 17 - 8:31:55 pm
  • Strum: Music for Strings

    Jessie Montgomery, “Banner”

    from Strum: Music for Strings

    Azica Records - 2015

  • Time: January 17 - 8:43:46 pm
  • Apocalypse 91… The Enemy Strikes Black

    Public Enemy, “By the Time I Get to Arizona”

    from Apocalypse 91… The Enemy Strikes Black

    Def Jam Recordings - 1991

  • Time: January 17 - 8:48:22 pm
  • The Best of Hank Crawford & Jimmy McGriff

    Hank Crawford, “Lift Every Voice and Sing”

    from The Best of Hank Crawford & Jimmy McGriff

    Fantasy Records - 2001

  • Time: January 17 - 8:54:13 pm
  • New World Coming

    Nina Simone, “I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel to Be Free”

    from New World Coming

    RCA/Legacy - 2020

  • Time: January 17 - 8:57:43 pm
  • Where You Live

    Tracy Chapman, “America”

    from Where You Live

    Elektra Records/ATG - 2005

    Pandemic    January 17th, 2021

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