Mardi Gras celebration kicks off tonight’s session with rare & classic NOLA funk. Later we hear a track from Syl Johnson who will be in the Twin Cities next weekend, and brand new material from Sharon Jones, Ocote Soul Sounds, and Sade, as well as reissued afro-funk from the new comp “Black Man’s Cry: The Inspiration of Fela Kuti”. Heavy latin funk rounds off the evening…
SuperPal: The Saving of the World – Great Northern Audio’s superhero mockumentary, saving Big City from Comet Skippy. And Haunted Cattle Drive, a young peoples’ spooky Western by Connie Kingrey. Both programs by KFAI supporters.
It’s the Valentine’s Day program! All songs have some form of the word love in them. Music ranges from the golden oldies of French Chanson to modern-day songs from a variety of French-speaking artists.
A Spoonful of Integration is Not Enough for the Rest of Us
For Black History Month, a discussion of what has occurred and what still needs to be done since passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, hosted by Lennie Chism and guests.