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The Ancient Future radio program is produced & hosted by Willard Jenkins for WPFW 89.3 FM (www.wpfw.org), Pacifica Radio for the Washington, DC metro area.

HAITIAN RELIEF
Joanne Brackeen
Haiti B
Tring-A-Ling
Choice

Mingus Big Band
Haitian Fight Song
Blues & Politics
Dreyfus

Jean Caze
Haitian Peace Song
Miami Jazz Scene

Harper Brothers
Haitian March
Harper Brothers
Verve

Grupo Vocal Desandann
Haiti Cherie
Descendants
Bembe

Jane Bunnett
Pa gen Dio
Embracing Voices
Sunnyside

Markus Schwartz
Afro-Haitian Jazz Suite
Tanbou Na Lakou Brooklyn
Markuis Schwartz

Grupo Vocal Desandann
Lumane Cosima
Descendants
Bembe

Ernest Dawkins New Horizons Ensemble
Haiti
Mean Ameen
Delmark

Coltranes Ashe (Leonard Brown)
Mr. Syms
14th Annual John Coltrane Memorial Concert
Greenline

Coltranes Ashe (Leonard Brown)
Transition
14rh Annual John Coltrane Memorial Concert
Greenline

SOUNDVIEWS (weekly new/recent release spotlight)
Mimi Jones
Watch Your Step
A New Day
Hot Tone

Mimi Jones
Suite Mary
A New Day
Hot Tone

Mimi Jones
Sista
A New Day
Hot Tone

Mimi Jones
All Things
A New Day
Hot Tone

WHATS NEW (new/recent release hour)
Byron Morris & Unity
Kitty Bey
Variations in Time
ByMor

Omar Sosa & NDR Bigband
Chango En Esmeraldos
Ceremony
OTA

Ithamara Koorax & Juarez Moreira
Bim Bom
Bim Bom
Jazz Therapy

Harvey Wainapel
Baio do Porao
Amigos Brasileiros
Jazz Mission

Gail Pettis
Nature Boy
Here In the Moment
OA2

Edward Simon
One for JP
Besia
CAM Jazz

Roger Rosenberg
Birds and Tranes
Baritonality
Sunnyside

contact:
Willard Jenkins
5268-G Nicholson Lane
#281
Kensington, MD 20895

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