In Your Ear

Saturday Morning Talkies – June 19, 2004

Playlist

The KPFA Labor Collective presents a three hour special on the SEIU National March for Health Care, taking place Saturday June 20th across the Golden Gate Bridge. The march will focus on worker’s rights and is a part of the International SEIU Convention in San Francisco.

Also part of the broadcast is a celebration of Juneteenth hosted by
members of the KPFA Labor Collective. From its Galveston, Texas origin in 1865, the observance of June 19th as the African American Emancipation Day has spread across the United States and beyond.

For Information About the March visit
SEIU Local 1000

For Information About Juneteenth visit
www.juneteenth.com

Playlist

Artist
Song
Album
Label
BOOKER LITTLE
MAN OF WORDS
OUT FRONT
CANDID
DOLLAR BRAND (ABDULLAH IBRAHIM)
SATHIIMA
AFRICAN SUN
KAZ RECORDS
BOOKER LITTLE
WE SPEAK
OUT FRONT
CANDID
BOOKER LITTLE
MINOR SWEET
IN NEW YORK
JAZZ VIEW
KEITH JARRETT,CHARLIE HADEN,PAUL MOTIAN
TAKE ME BACK
HAMBURG '72
ECM
ALEX CONDE
PLAYED TWICE
DESCARGA FOR MONK
ZOHO
EDDIE PALMIERI
SLOW VISOR
PALMAS
ELEKTRA / NONESUCH
ESPERNZA FERNANDEZ
GELEM, GELEM
AIRCHECK
KPFA / PACIFICA
ESPERAN FERNANDEZ
BALADA
MI VOZ EN TU PALABRA
ICART / SPAIN
CAMARON
YO VENDO PESCAITO
POTRO DE RABIA
UNIVERSAL / SPAIN
JOSE VALENCIA
SOLEA
SOLO
NUBA RECORDS / SPAIN
OMAR SOSA
MENTIRAS ENEMIGAS
ILE
OTA RECORDS
HECTOR DEL CURTO
PEDRO Y PEDRO
ETERNAL PIAZZOLLA
GREEN PARROT
ORQUESTA TIPICA FERNANDEZ FIERRO
SI SOS BRUJO
DESTRUCCION MASIVA
OTFF /DR
PABLO ZIEGLER
MURGA DEL AMANECER
AMSTERDAM MEETS NEW TANGO
ZOHO
ORQUESTA TIPICA FERNANDER FIERRO
INFIERNO PORTENO/AVENIDA DESMAYO/PEGUE SU TREN
EN VIVO
OTFF / DR

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