7/24/2007 Pam Without Boundaries


Andy filling in for Pam on a hot Tuesday morning. Weather and breakfast themed sets (duh!), an in depth exploration of the work of Joe Henry, and a tribute to poet/performer/philosopher Sekou Sundiata who died last week at the age of 58.

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h2. Song/Artist/Album

* Cucurrucucu Paloma/Caetano Veloso/Hable Con Ella
* Here Comes the Sun/Nina Simone/Essential Nina Simone, Vol.2
* 365 Is My Number/The Message/King Sunny Ade/Juju Music
* I Can See Clearly/Johnny Nash/Grosse Pointe Blank
* Blister In The Sun/Violent Femmes/Grosse Pointe Blank
* One More Cup Of Coffee/Bob Dylan/Desire
* One Cup Of Coffee/Bob Marley/Songs Of Freedom
* Black Coffee In Bed/Squeeze/Singles 45's And Under
* For The Price Of A Cup Of Tea/Belle Sebastian/The Life Pursuit
* Teabaggin'/Charlie Hunter Quartet/Ready... Set... Shango!
* This Afternoon/Joe Henry/Tiny Voices
* Only Time Will Tell Me/Bettye LaVette/I've Got My Own Hell to Raise
* Don't Tell Me/Madonna/Music Stop/Joe Henry/Scar
* Flesh and Blood/Solomon Burke/Don't Give Up On Me
* Tiny Voices/Joe Henry/Tiny Voices
* X or Y/Loudon Wainwright III/Strange Weirdos - Music from and Inspired By the Film Knocked Up
* Marietta/Katell Keineg/Jet
* Apres Moi/Regina Spektor/Begin to Hope
* Marry Me/St. Vincent/Marry Me
* Daisy Bell/Tin Hat/The Sad Machinery of Spring
* Making Poems/Sekou Sundiata/Longstoryshort
* Sekou Sundiata interview clip; Collective Eye w/ Janis Lane-Ewart, 5/31/07
* The Sound Of Memory/Sekou Sundiata/Longstoryshort
* Audio clip from PTO Keynote, 51st(dream)state (*THIS CLIP STARTS ROUGHLY 2:25 INTO THE AUDIO STREAM*)
* Longstoryshort/Sekou Sundiata/Longstoryshort
* Pt. I – Acknowledgement/John Coltrane Quartet/A Love Supreme
* Wishing from the top/Dana Bryant/Wishing from the top
* Talk on Indolence/The Avett Brothers/Four Thieves Gone: The Robbinsville Sessions
* Paranoia in BB Major/The Avett Brothers/Emotionalism
* Pretty Girl from San Diego/The Avett Brothers/Emotionalism


h2. links to information and audio about Sekou Sundiata

New York Times Obit:http://www.nytimes.com/2007/07/20/arts/music/20sundiata.html

NPR: Remembering Sekou Sundiata, Poet of Sound:http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=12122622

NPR: Leaving a Legacy of Performance Art:http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=12125347

NPR: Performance Poet Sekou Sundiata:http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4561097

Salon.com blurb and audio of a song 'the sound of the memory':http://www.salon.com/audio/2000/10/05/sundiata/

Album Longstoryshort(righteous Babe Records):http://www.puremusic.com/sekou.html

Righteous Babe artist page for Sekou:http://www.righteousbabe.com/artists/sekou/index.asp

MAPP artist page for Sekou:http://www.multiartsprojects.com/artists/sekousundiata/sekousundiata.php

New York Times article about 51st (dream) state:http://select.nytimes.com/gst/abstract.html?res=F30E1FFA3B5B0C778CDDA809...
(may require registration, first paragraph excerpted below)

November 4, 2006
Questioning U.S. Identity In the Aftermath of 9/11

To answer the question of what it means to be an American citizen in these turbulent times, the poet Sekou Sundiata traveled the country for two years, conducting classroom discussions and attending potluck dinners to forage for people's personal experiences to add to his own insights. The result is ''The 51st (dream) State,'' a hyperactive mosaic of poetry, music, dance and videotaped interviews that has its New York premiere on Wednesday at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.

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