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 UpFront Soul (Formerly The Nightfly) 
 Funk, soul, and jazz: UpFront Soul with Sanguine Fromage. 120 minutes of soulful sounds to which you may get down.
 Weekly Program
 Sanguine Fromage. If your station is airing the show, I'd love to know! Please drop me a line.rss
 Sanguine Fromage, WERU-FM  
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This week, we celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, and commemorate the anniversary of his assassination (4/4/68). We'll hear from Dr. King in his own voice, as well as soul, jazz, gospel, and hip-hop tributes to Dr. King from Nina Simone, Smokey Robinson, and many more.
UpFront Soul #2019.13 Playlist
Hour 1
Joan Armatrading "Back to the Night" from "Back to the Night" on A&M
Chris Kenner "Memories of a King (Let Freedom Ring) pt 1" from "Memories of a King (Let Freedom Ring) pt 1" on Instant Records
Martin Luther King, Jr "Excerpt From Speech The Day Before His Death" from "In Search Of Freedom: Excerpts From His Most Memorable Speeches" on Umvd
Nancy Dupree & a Group of Rochester, NY Youngsters "Docta King" from "Ghetto Reality" on Folkways
Ben Branch and The Operation Breadbasket Orchestra "Precious Lord, Take My Hand" from "The Last Request" on Chess
George Perkins "Cryin' In the Streets pts 1 & 2" from "Cryin' In the Streets pts 1 & 2" on Silver Fox
Smokey Robinson & The Miracles "Abraham, Martin and John" from "The 35th Anniversary Collection Disc 3"
Nina Simone "Why? (The King of Love is Dead)" from "Forever Young, Gifted And Black: Songs Of Freedom And Spirit" on BMG
Otis Spann "Hotel Lorraine" from "Rare Chicago Blues 1962-1968" on Bullseye
Gregory Porter & Opolopo "1960 What Oplolopo Kick & Bass Rerub" from "The Djoon Experience compiled & mixed by Black Coffee and Joe Claussell" on bbe

Hour 2
Common "A Dream" from "Music From the Motion Picture Freedom Writers" on hollywood
Sweet Honey In the Rock "Eyes On The Prize ('Hold On')" from "Freedom Song - Television Soundtrack" on Sony BMG
Mahalia Jackson "There Is A Balm in Gilead" from "Mahalia Jackson In Concert Easter Sunday, 1967" on Sony
Brother Kirk and Pete Seeger "The Ballad of Martin Luther King" from "Pete Seeger and Brother Kirk Visit Sesame Street" on Children's Records of America
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. "Sermon: Drum Major Instinct" from "Sermon: Drum Major Instinct" on Speechworks
The Freedom Singers "We Shall Overcome" from "Voices of the Civil Rights Movement Black American Freedom Songs 1960-1966"
The Freedom Singers "Calypso Freedom" from "Voices of the Civil Rights Movement Black American Freedom Songs 1960-1966"
The Destruments "Freedom" from "Like Yesterday 7" Single" on Colemine Records
Norman Connors "The Creator Has a Master Plan" from "You Are My Starship" on Buddah
Edo G "Wishing feat. Masta Ace" from "My Own Worst Enemy" on Fat Beats
Marcus Shelby Orchestra "Memphis (I Am a Man)" from "Soul of the Movement" on Porto Franco
Aretha Franklin "How I Got Over" from "Amazing Grace: The Complete Recordings" on Atlantic
Sam Cooke "Havin' a Party" from "Live at the Harlem Square Club" on 1985

 UpFrontSoul 2019.13 h2 Download Program Podcast
00:59:00 English 2016-04-10
 Blue Hill, Maine
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