In Celebration of the life of Martin Luther King, Jr. we'll have jazz from the Civil Rights movement. Featuring music by Charles Mingus, John Coltrane, Max Roach and Billie Holiday.
|9:06||PM||Jackie McLean||Morning Prayer||Triloka||188|
|9:11||PM||Edward K. (Duke) Ellington||Come Sunday||RCA||63729|
|9:15||PM||Kenny Burrell||Soul Lament||Blue Note||95335|
|9:18||PM||Ahmad Jamal||Darn That Dream||FiveFour||16|
|9:21||PM||Nat King Cole||When I Grow Too Old to Dream||Capitol||20087|
|9:26||PM||Max Roach||Freedom Day||Candid||79002|
|9:32||PM||Charles Mingus||Fables of Faubus||CBS/Sony||65512|
|9:45||PM||Billie Holiday||Strange Fruit||verve||849434|
|9:49||PM||Wynton Marsalis||I'll Remember April||CBS/Sony||47346|
Louis Romanos - New Orleans Musician Afloat after Katrina
Louis Romanos is a "Hurricane Katrina survivor". In Nov of 2005 and Feb 2006, Louis talks about his 15 years in New Orleans as a musician and producer, his evacuation during Hurricane Katrina, his relocation to the music town of Athens GA, and his feelings about being labelled these days as "the musician from NOLA"