Monday, January 20, 2014
Dee Perry is joined by a trio of music lovers to share songs inspired by The Civil Rights Movement for this month's Music Monday! Joining Dee are Lauren Onkey, Vice President of Education and Public Programs for The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum along with ideastream's Dan Polletta and David C. Barnett.
Music heard on today’s show:
Martha Reeves and The Vandellas Dancing in the Street
Charles Mingus Original Faubus Fables
Woody Guthrie & Lead Belly We Shall Be Free
Ani DiFranco Which Side Are You On?
John Legend & The Roots Wake Up Everybody
Archie Shepp A Prayer
Pete Seeger et al. We Shall Overcome
Bob Dylan Blowin’ in the Wind
Sam Cooke A Change is Gonna Come
Nina Simone Backlash Blues
Cassandra Wilson Strange Fruit
Big Bill Broonzy Black, Brown & White
Mavis Staples Eyes on the Prize
Bobby Hutcherson/Harold Land Poor People’s March
Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers Those Who Sit and Wait
Curtis Mayfield Move on Up
Barry Maguire/The Spokesmen Eve of Destruction/Dawn of Correction
Gil Scott Heron The Revolution Will Not Be Televised
Sonny Criss The Black Apostles
The Impressions People Get Ready
Janis Ian Society’s Child
Lauren Onkey, Rock Hall
Dan Polletta, ideastream
David C. Barnett, ideastream
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Special thanks to the Oberlin Conservatory of Music at Oberlin College for the use of their Steinway Piano.
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