Thank you for tuning in to the official launch of WRFB: Radio Free Brooklyn. We had over 500 people log on last night! Now that's what you call kickoff.
Last night's theme was "Law & Order." Why? because I am on Every Tuesday at 10pm, which puts me head to head with SVU. That is also one of my favorite shows. So I thought I would drop some joints about cops, robbers, and street justice.
It was so exciting to play N.W.A. and early Snoop Dogg. Much of the music could not get any airplay when they were out. It was really refreshing to drop the F-bomb on the air. lol.
So here is the "Law & Order" play list. Remember to log on next Tuesday to WRFB: Radio Free Brooklyn. I'll leave the links below. Spread the word and support independent radio!
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May 4th, 2010 "Law & Order" Playlist
1. KRS-One - "Sound Of Da Police" on Return Of The Boom Bap (1993)
2. Dr. Dre feat. Snoop Dogg - "Deep Cover" on the Deep Cover Soundtrack (1992)
3. New Earth Mud - "Train Robbers" on This Magnificent Distance (2004)
4. Stevie Wonder - "Living For The City" on Inner Visions (1973)
5. Fela Kuti & the Africa 70 - "Sorrow, Tears and Blood" on Sorrow, Tears and Blood (1977)
6. N.W.A. - "Fuck Tha Police" on Straight Outta Compton (1988)
7. Flava Flave ft. Public Enemy - "911 Is A Joke" on Fear of a Black Planet (1990)
8. Recorded Live By Alan Lomax (Unknown Artist) - "Prison Blues" on Negro Prison Blues And Songs (Reissue 1994)
9. The Wailers - "I Shot The Sheriff" on Burnin’ (1977)
Jimi Hendrix - "The Star Spangled Banner (Live)" on Jimi Hendrix Live at Woodstock (1969)
Christian John Wikane (The Flying Perfect Parlor) 8-9pm
Rob Fields (Sounds from the New Black Imagination) 9-10pm
Shelley Nicole (Playing what I want!) 10-11pm
Russell Taylor (Our first in-studio guest)