Sounds of Black Milwaukee from DJ Andy Noble and a special jazz set
In the first hour, we feature a special mix from tastemaker DJ Andy Noble called Color Me Black! - Black Power, Consciousness, and Spirituality in a Divided Milwaukee (1965-1980).
Beautiful, angry, reflective, positive, and spiritual musical reactions to life in a city of lines and division. The mix features the sounds of African-American Milwaukee from approximately 1965-1980. Due to the rarity of many of these records, less-than-perfect copies have provided source music.
In the second hour, we feature an all jazz set with tracks from Miles Davis, Ornette Coleman, Jose James, Melanie De Biasio and more.
HOUR 1 (Guest DJ Andy Noble)
Rev Charles Veal & Will Crittendon - “Andy’s pretentious trip hop edit”
4th Generation - “Revolution Phase II
Brenda & The Afroettes - “Color Me Black”
The Christian Harmonizers - “Black Man, Keep on Doing Your Thing
Harvey Scales & The Seven Seas - “Trying To Survive”
The Christian Harmonizers - “Troubles of This World"
Brenda & The Afrorettes - “Black is Rising”
Penny Goodwin - “Too Soon You’re Old”
Rev Bobby Armon & Armon Singers - “Don’t You Give Up”
Roy Turner - “War No More PTS 1 & 2”
The Chariettes - “Nobody But Jesus”
Gospel Supremes - “I’ve Got Religion”
Upheaval - “Paradise Lost”
Penny Goodwin - “Lady Day & John Coltrane”
David Martin - “Religion & Time”
The Personations & Organization - “Future Part 1”
The Free Mind - “After We’re Gone”
Black Earth Plus - “Milwaukee”
Miles Davis - “Blue in Green”
Terry Callier - “You’re Goin’ Miss Your Canyman”
Abbey Lincoln & Max Roach - “Lonesome Lover”
Jill Scott - “He Loves Me (Lyzel in E Flat)”
Jose James - “Park Bench People”
Louie Ramirez - “Rush Hour in Hong Kong”
Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers - “Stretching”
Ornette Coleman - “Chippie”
Soil and Pimp Sessions - “A Wheel with in a Wheel’
Melanie De Biasio - “I’m Gonna Leave You”