Today’s playlist is a very special one, not only as an amazing collection of music, but also because it was entirely created by The Astral Apprentice and DevMa! This is going to be a great show, so make sure to turn on and tune in to WEFT 90.1FM and weft.org to listen live all around the world, this Saturday and every Saturday from 2-4PM (CST).
Introduction. Boscoe. Boscoe. 1973. Kingdom of Chad Records.
Mystic Brew. Ronnie Foster. Two Headed Freap. 1972. Blue Note.
Readings in Astrology-Demo Version. Curtis Mayfield. Curtis!. 1970. Curtom.
Auditorium(feat. the Ruler). Mos Def. The Ecstatic. 2009. Downtown Music.
Slippin’ Into Darkness. War. All Day Music. 1971. United Artists Records.
This Broken Heart. Funkadelic. Cosmic Slop. 1973. Westbound Records.
Friendship Train. The Temptations. Psychedelic Soul. 2003. Motown.
Retrospect. Sun Ra. Nuclear War. 1982. Y Records.
Bishop School. Yusef Lateef. Yusef Lateef’s Detroit. 1969. Atlantic.
King Tubby Meets Rockers Uptown. King Tubby and Augustus Pablo. King Tubby Meets Rockers Uptown. 1976. Yard Music.
Les Fleurs. Minnie Riperton. Les Fleurs. 2006. Stateside.
Let the World Turn. Death. …For The Whole World To See. 2009. Drag City.
Nasty Soul. Black Nasty. Talking to the People. 1973. Enterprise.
Cashing In. Lijadu Sisters. Danger. 1976. Decca.
Dont’cha Hear Me Callin’ To Ya. The 5th Dimension. The Age of Aquarius. 1969. Soul City.
Honey. Erykah Badu. New Amerykah Part One (4th World War). 2007. Universal Motown.
Big Nick. Tony Williams Lifetime. Turn It Over. 1970. Polydor.
Mango Meat. Mandrill. Fencewalk: The Anthology. 1997. PolyGram.
Sheebeen Queen. Rikki Ililonga. Dark Sunrise. 2010. Now-Again Records.
Thank You For Talkin’ To Me Africa. Sly & The Family Stone. There’s A Riot Goin’ On. 1971. Epic Records.