Tonight we took a little journey through musical contraband. Who's shooting it, who's selling it and who's just laid back in the haze. Enjoy the high! Some of you have been asking about a show archive and I will be posting the archive of many of my shows very soon. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
On another note, if you have been listening to WRFB: Radio Free Brooklyn, planning to listen or just checking out my playlists, then this message is for you. We at WRFB need your help. Like most community radio stations we can not exist without YOU. We are very proud to say that we broadcast from Bedford-Stuyvesant in Brooklyn, but we are in jeopardy of losing our space. For the last 14 weeks we have been playing great music that you otherwise would not hear on commercial radio and we've gotten incredible feedback. We even landed ourselves an article in the Williamsburg-Greenpoint News, but that's not enough. We Need You! So please go to www.brooklynmovielabs.com and make a donation to keep WRFB alive! Without Brooklyn Movie Labs there is no Radio Free Brooklyn. Every donation helps. Five-dollars can turn into hundreds even thousands so please don't be shy about your donation however great or small.
We are also having a fundrasier for WRFB at Brooklyn Movie Labs on Saturday July 31st. There will be performances as well as a silent auction. As I have more details about the performers I will pass them along. Thank you in advance for your support.
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1. Curtis Mayfield - "Pusherman" on Superfly (1972)
2. The Notorious B.I.G. - “Ten Crack Commandments” on Life After Death (1997)
3. Me'Shell Ndegéocello - “Shoot'n Up And Gett'n High” on Plantation Lullabies (1993)
4. Jimi Hendrix - “Purple Haze” on Are you Experienced? (1967)
5. Method Man & Redman - “How High (Remix)” on Blackout! (1999)
6. Stevie Wonder - “Too High” on Innervisions (1973)
7. Cypress Hill - “I Wanna Get High” on Black Sunday (1993)
8. D'Angelo - “Brown Sugar” on Brown Sugar (1995)
9. Rick James - “Mary Jane” on Come Get It! (1978)
10. Brazilian Girls - “Pussy” on Brazilian Girls (2005)
11. Fleetwood Mac - “Gold Dust Woman” on Rumours (1977)