Monday March 23rd 2009 Global Village Playlist with host Maggie LePique guests: David Dorn, son of famed Atlantic Record producer Joel Dorn (Hommage A Nesuhi) and Master Conguero & Grammy Winning Bandleader Poncho Sanchez..
1 CHICK COREA/HIROMI " How Insensitive" DUET CONCORD RECORDS
2 CULTURE MUSICAL CLUB "Ni Yeye" "It’s Him" SHINE (Keep It Up) WORLD VILLAGE Due April 14th 09
3 AMADOU & MIRIAM "Sekebe" WELCOME TO MALI BEACUASE MUSIC/NONESUCH RECORDS
4. HUGH MASAKELA "Bring It Back Home" PHOLO-(TO GET WELL, TO HEAL) TIMES SQUARE RECORDS
5 MARTA GOMEZ "Ritualitos" MUSIQUITA ALUNA RECORDS
6 MADELEINE PEYROUX "Our Lady Of Pigalle" BARE BONES ROUNDER RECORDS
7 DAVID "FATHEAD" NEWMAN "Hard Times" HOMMAGE A NESUHI ATLANTIC/RHINO
8. MOSE ALLISON "Your Mind Is On Vacation" HOMMAGE A NESUHI ATLANTIC/RHINO
9. OSCAR BROWN, JR. "A Ladiesman" HOMMAGE A NESUHI ATLANTIC/RHINO
10 BIG JOE TURNER "Cherry Red" HOMMAGE A NESUHI ATLANTIC/RHINO
11 LAVERN BAKER "Empty Bed Blues" HOMMAGE A NESUHI ATLANTIC/RHINO
12 RAY CHARLES " I’ve Got A Women" HOMMAGE A NESUHI ATLANTIC/RHINO
13 JIMMY SCOTT "Day By Day" HOMMAGE A NESUHI ATLANTIC/RHINO
14 RAHSAAN ROLAND KIRK "Ain’t No Sunshine" HOMMAGE NESUHI ATLANTIC/RHINO
15 EDDIE HARRIS "The Shadow of Your Smile" HOMMAGE NESUHI ATLANTIC/RHINO
16 JOHN COLTRANE "My Favorite Things" HOMMAGE NESUHI ATLANTIC/RHINO
17 BOBBY GREGG "The Jam" LEGENDS OF GUITAR VOL 2
18 THE FANTASTICS "There Goes My Love" FABULOUS MEMORIES MONA LISA RECORDS
19 JAMES CLEVELAND "Now The Day Is Over" JAMES CLEVELAND SPECIALTY RECORDS
20 PONCHO SANCHEZ w/MONGO SANTAMARIA "Watermelon Man" 25TH ANN. COLL. CONCORD PICANTE
SPECIAL THANKS TO DAVID DORN FOR DROPPING BY THE KPFK STUDIOS TODAY TO TALK ABOUT THE MAGNIFICENT BOX SET "HOMMAGE A NESUHI"
Nesuhi Ertegun spent most of his lifetime working at Atlantic Records and associated labels. He joined Atlantic in 1956, nine years after its founding by his brother Ahmet and Herb Abramson. Nesuhi initially developed Atlantic’s album department and built up the label’s extensive catalog of jazz long-players. The list of jazz artists he produced at Atlantic over the years reads like a who’s who: John Coltrane, Charles Mingus, Ornette Coleman, the Modern Jazz Quartet and more. Nesuhi also became involved with the label’s rhythm & blues and rock and roll roster as well, producing several hit records for Ray Charles, the Drifters, Bobby Darin and Roberta Flack.
FOR MORE INFORMATION www.rhino.com or www.rhinohandmade.com
ALWAYS A SPECIAL TREAT TO HAVE THE MAESTRO PONCHO SANCHEZ DROP DOWN TO THE KPFK STUDIOS! FOR ALL THINGS PONCHO www.ponchosanchez.com
Peace & Love, Maggie
Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Tonight Monday, Mar 23, 2009 // DOORS 8:00 PM at the Knitting Factory
7021 Hollywood Blvd. (323) 463-0204www.knittingfactory.com PLAYING FOR CHANGE BAND - Songs Around the World Tour Limited tickets available http://store.playingforchange.com/ Grammy winning producer/engineer Mark Johnson and his Playing For Change (www.PlayingForChange.org) team traveled for a decade with a single minded passion to connect the world though music. Their ambitious journey took them from post-apartheid South Africa, through the ancient sites of the Middle East, to the remote beauty of the Himalayas and beyond. Using innovative mobile technology, the PFC crew filmed and recorded more than 100 musicians, largely outdoors, in parks, plazas and promenades, in doorways, on cobblestone streets and amid hilly pueblos. Each captured performance created a new mix in which essentially the artists are all performing together, albeit hundreds or thousands of miles apart. Playing for Change is an extraordinary effort to unite musicians and vocalists from diverse parts of the globe, concurrently seeking to immerse audiences in a multimedia movement to inspire, connect and bring peace to the world through music. JOIN THE MOVEMENT as the Playing for Change Band unites for this very special concert!
WITH SPECIAL GUEST WILLIAM FITZSIMMONS
SATURDAY MARCH 28, 2009 8:00 PM
800 W OLYMPIC BLVD DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES
(213) 740-7000 Ticketmaster.com