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Flashpoints – June 2, 2004

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A look at the political situation in occupied Iraq and the region with Asad Abu-Khalil; We get ready to march against the wars and occupations in Iraq, Palestine and Afghanistan, this coming Saturday; An update on the California hunger strikers in their 24th day of protest; A mini documentary entitled Concrete Smothers Sky, a look at two West Bank communities in occupied Palestine suffering in the shadow of the apartheid wall; the Knight Report.

Playlist

Artist
Song
Album
Label
Magic Sam
I Have the Same Old Blues
Black magic
Delmark
James Harman
Crazy Mixed Up World
Remembering Little Walter
Blind Pig
Jimmy Reed
Big Boss Man
The Very best of JR
Rhino
Cat Anderson
For Jumpers Only
For Jumpers Only
Delmark
Tab Smith
Top N'Bottom
" "
" "
KC Brass Electric
Hey baby
Tell Me What You Want
Blues Mule
Jr Watson
Long Time Baby
Long Overdue
Black Top
" "
Want me Some Love
" "
" "
Sweet Baby
They Call me Sweet Betty
West Coast Redemption
JSP
Jimmy Morello
You Gonna Wish I Had Stayed
" "
" "
Carla Thomas
Gee Whiz
Gee Whiz
Stax
Matt Murphy
BoogieOverture
Lucky Charm
Roesch
Jimmy Johnson
Ashes In My Ashtray
2 Johnsons are Better Than one
Evidence
Barbara Lynn
Sweet 16
So Good
Bullseye
Dave Specter
Haleiwas Shuffle
Speculatin'
Delmark
Billy Boy Arnold
Greenback
Boogie & Shuffle
Stony Plain
Bo Diddley
Bo Diddley
His Best
Chess
" "
I'm A Man
" "
" "
Sonny Boy Williamson No.1
I've Been dealin' w/ Devil
Vol.2
Historic
Billy Boy Arnold
I wish You Would
Electric Blues
Buddah
" "
School Time
More Blues on the Southside
Prestige
" "
Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
Sings SBW
Electro-Fi
Little Walter
Nobody But Yoy
Hate To See You Go
Chess
Walter Horton
Have A Good Time
Chicago Blues Harmonica
Flyright
Billy Boy Arnold
Greenville
Boogie & Shuffle
Stony Plain
" "
What's On the Menu Mama
The Blues Soul of BBA
Stony Plain

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