Melting Pot


All vinyl yesterday on the double bill holiday Sunday for Easter and Cesar Chavez Day. Also threw in a birthday song for Gil Scott Heron. The rest is a blur since I never plan out these all-vinyl affairs and a lot of times I’m switching out records just before I have to bring them up live into the mix. For the most part I think things worked out nicely, probably my favorite moment of serendipity was going from Canned Heat to the New York Dolls…hope you enjoy the show too.

Melting Pot on KPFK #120: First Hour
Melting Pot on KPFK #120: Second Hour

Playlist: 03-31-2013
{opening theme} Boris Gardiner – Melting Pot – Is What’s Happening (Dynamic)

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Mind Garage – The Electric Liturgy – Again! (RCA)
David Axelrod – Gloria – Mass In F Minor (Reprise)

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Billy Stewart – Reap What You Sow – Remembered (Chess)
Eddie Palmieri – Si Las Nenas Me Dejan, Que – Champagne (Tico)
General Crook – What Time Is It? (Pt. 2) – 7” (Down To Earth)
Butterfield Blues Band – All In A Day – Keep On Moving (Elektra)

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Nicole Willis & the Soul Investigators – It’s All Because Of You – 7” (Timmion)
The Purpose – Jump Up – The Purpose (ABC)
Canned Heat – World In A Jar – Boogie With Canned Heat (Liberty)
New York Dolls – Human Being – Too Much Too Soon (Mercury)
The Flamin’ Groovies – Yesterdays Numbers – Teenage Head (Kama Sutra)

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Ray Camacho Group – Si Se Puede – Salsa Chicana (Luna)
Edan – Echo Party (excerpt) – Echo Party (Traffic Ent.)
Jorge Ben – Ponte De Lanca Africano (Umbabarauma) – Africa Brasil (Philips)

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Gil Scott-Heron – Ain’t No Such Thing As A Superman – First Minute Of A New Day (Arista)
Junior Mance – Thank You Falletin Me Be Mice Elf Agin – With A Lotta Help From My Friends (Atlantic)
Gas Mask – Thank You My Dear – Their First Album (Tonsil)
Charlie Palmieri – Las Negritas De Carnaval – Electro Duro (Coco)

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Al Jarreau – Brite ‘n’ Sunny Babe – All Fly Home (WB)
Tim Maia – Ela Partiu – Nobody Can Live Forever (Luaka Bop)
U.S. 69 – Never A Day Goes By – Yesterday’s Folks (Buddah)
Lebron Brothers Orchestra – Don’t Be Afraid – Brothers (Cotique)

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{closing theme} Kenny Baker – Mississippi Waltz – Plays Bill Monroe (County)

2 Responses to “Breakdown: March 31st on KPFK’s Melting Pot”

  1. Bob K

    What is this Birthday song I used to hear on KPFK. Haven't heard it in a while. Who sings it and who composed it?

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