Re: [acid-jazz] Songs for peace: Antibalas Rally & Represent

From: nethed (
Date: 2003-03-05 14:35:42

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    not sure if it was mentioned but there's Galliano's version of Prince of Peace
    and i had an email this morning about this happening today in Brooklyn NYC:


    in conjunction with The National Moratorium To Stop The War on Iraq:
    No School. No Work. No Business as Usual.
    Performances/Guest Speakers/Video Screenings
    When: 2pm - 8pm WEDNESDAY MARCH 5th
    Where: Northsix located @
             66 N. 6th Street (Wythe & Kent) in Williamsburgh, BKLYN.
             Subway: L train to Bedford ave. Walk west (towards Manhattan
             skyline) on North 6th Street 3 blocks.
    Cover: Suggested Donation.
    Music & Vibes:
         Hangar 18 (Def Jux)
         Beans (Ozone)
         Magus (Magus NYC)
         Dj Rekha (Basement Bhangra)
         Dj Ras Kush (Black Redemption Sounds)
         Dj Ese (Def Jux)
         Maya (Not In Our Name)
         Amy Goodman (WBAI "Democracy Now"
         Benita Hussain (Viscera)
    Video Screenings by Off-Center

    At 9:41 pm +0000 4/3/03, wrote:
    >Terry Callier Running Around on MR Bongo
    >On the Standing in the Shadows of Motown soundtrack from last year
    >Chaka Khan sings What's Goin On.
    >On the Ninja Tune site are the Saul Williams mp3s of Not in Our Name.
    >The ultra-long version of Prince of Peace on Impulse not the Strata
    >East album where Leon Thomas calls for a joining in this universal
    >prayer for peace.
    >Once you get into the whole spiritual jazz thing there's going to be
    >nuff. In fact connectedly moving on from Pharaoh Sanders is Lonnie
    >Liston Smith's Give Peace a Chance.
    >PEACE :)

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