The Ancient Future Radio Program 2/18/10


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The Ancient Future radio program, produced/hosted by Willard Jenkins, airs on WPFW 89.3 FM (listen live at wpfw.org), Pacifica Radio for the Washington, DC metro region.

Artist Tune Album title Label

Adonis Rose Lil Liza Jane Untouchable House Swing

Louis Armstrong Basin Street Blues (CDR compilation)

Leroy Jones Bourbon Street Parade Mo Cream Columbia

George French New Orleans Mood Indigo Rounder

Evan Christopher Mamanita Introduction Classic Jazz

New Birth Brass Band Hush Your Mouth New Birth Family Fat Black

Treme Brass Band Canal Street Blues New Orleans Music Mardi Gras

John Boutte Ill Fly Away New Orleans Brass Bands Putumayo

Tuts Washington Flood Water Blues Live at Tipitinas Night Train

Professor Longhair Tipitinas Rock n Roll Gumbo Sunnyside

James Booker All By Myself Resurrection Rounder

Henry Butler Basin Street Blues PiaNOLA Live Basin Street

Donald Harrison Shallow Water Sounds of New Orleans WWOZ

Donald Harrison Hu-Ta-Nay Indian Blues Candid

Donald Harrison Ja-Ki-Mo-Fi-Na-Hay Indian Blues Candid

Soundviews (new & recent release spotlight)

Kenny Davis Too High Kenny Davis Daken

Kenny Davis What Lies Beyond Kenny Davis Daken

Kenny Davis Gone Too Soon Kenny Davis Daken

Jacques Swarz-Bart Abyss Abyss Obliq Sound

Jacques Swarz-Bart An En Mango La Abyss Obliq Sound

Jacques Swarz-Bart Simone Abyss Obliq Sound

Whats New

Joe Locke For The Love of You (same) E1

Don Braden/Mark Rapp Star Crossed Lovers Strayhorn Project Premium

Bonnie Harris Be a Sweet Pumpkin Listen Here Lush Life

Janine Gilbert-Carter How High the Moon Inside a Silent Tear

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This story appears courtesy of The Independent Ear by Willard Jenkins.
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