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05/26/2020 06:58 AM
DJ: John Richards
Man From the Future
by Polyrhythmics
(26 plays) | (0 fans)

Brand new album from the local funk group. "It’s a live instrumental mixtape,” says trombonist Elijah Clark. Drummer Grant Schroff adds, “If you think about a DJ crafting a set, it’s more about crafting pockets of different vibes. There’s tension and release and it’s less about songs and more about a cinematic piece of music that has different movements." Find a copy of 'Man From the Future' here: https://polyrhythmics.bandcamp.com/album/man-from-the-future
05/26/2020 06:55 AM
DJ: John Richards
Inner City Blues
by Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio
(62 plays) | (0 fans)

Marvin Gaye cover from the local group. Watch their warm up set for KEXP from 2017 that has over SEVEN MILLION views here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jhicDUgXyNg
05/26/2020 06:50 AM
DJ: John Richards
The Inkwell
by Blue Scholars
(12 plays) | (0 fans)

Timm wrote in this morning asking for something from Seattle duo Blue Scholars today
05/26/2020 06:48 AM
DJ: John Richards
Lighten Up
by Beastie Boys
(15 plays) | (0 fans)

Mark Nishita, Juanito Vasquez, and Arturo (Ture) Oliva contribute to instruments on this one from the Beastie Boys third studio album.
05/26/2020 06:44 AM
DJ: John Richards

"It’s a song about love. It’s about all the ways we feel and the complicated things we do to try to understand this feeling." Find this new one from Helado Negro here: https://heladonegro.bandcamp.com/track/i-fell-in-love
05/26/2020 06:39 AM
DJ: John Richards
Gospel For A New Century
by Yves Tumor
(94 plays) | (0 fans)

Find this new one from from the enigmatic Yves Tumor here: https://yves-tumor.bandcamp.com/album/heaven-to-a-tortured-mind
05/26/2020 06:35 AM
DJ: John Richards
Nowhere To Hide Now
by Ghostpoet
(29 plays) | (1 fan)

Watch Ghostpoet performing live at Studio 9294 in Hackney Wick, London, during KEXP's International Clash Day broadcast in February 2019 here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zCkQtfp_oZ8
05/26/2020 06:29 AM
DJ: John Richards
Dreams
by TV on the Radio
(107 plays) | (1 fan)

Found on the debut full-length album from the Brooklyn band that formed in 2001.
05/26/2020 06:23 AM
DJ: John Richards
Choose Yourself
by Star Slinger
(33 plays) | (1 fan)

Our Song of the Day on April 25th, 2019: https://www.kexp.org/podcasts/song-of-the-day/2019/4/25/star-slinger-choose-yourself/
05/26/2020 06:20 AM
DJ: John Richards

This latest album from DJ Shadow (Josh Davis) can be found here: https://djshadow.bandcamp.com/album/our-pathetic-age
05/26/2020 06:15 AM
DJ: John Richards

Originally appearing on 2010's 'I'm New Here,' this track from Gil Scott-Heron's 13th and final album received a re-imagining ten years later from American jazz drummer and bandleader, Makaya McCraven.
05/26/2020 06:11 AM
DJ: John Richards
We've Landed
by Tony Allen & Hugh Masekela
(17 plays) | (0 fans)

Pioneering Afrobeat drummer and Fela Kuti collaborator Tony Allen passed away on April 30th of this year of an abdominal aortic aneurysm. He was 79 years old. https://www.kexp.org/read/2020/4/30/rip-tony-allen-afrobeat-pioneer-and-former-drummer-fela-kuti/
05/26/2020 06:01 AM
DJ: John Richards
So What
by Miles Davis
(23 plays) | (0 fans)

Good morning Seattle, and welcome to the Tuesday edition of The Morning Show. How are you? Reach out to us at dj@kexp.org Miles Davis, trumpeter, bandleader, and composer was born on this day in 1926. He passed away at the age of 65 on September 28, 1991. NPR Reports that jazz drummer, Jimmy Cobb, best known for backing Miles Davis on 1959’s 'Kind of Blue,' has died from lung cancer at age 91. Cobb, born in Washington D.C. in 1929, began his touring career with saxophonist Earl Bostic in 1950. This led to gigs with vocalist Dinah Washington, pianist Wynton Kelly, and saxophonist Cannonball Adderley. He joined the iconic Davis on several other albums, including 1959’s Porgy and Bess, 1960’s Sketches of Spain, 1961’s Someday My Prince Will Come, and the 1962 live set Miles Davis at Carnegie Hall.
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