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Minneapolis Mix Tape for George Floyd

Episode 8: June 2020

Minneapolis Mix Tape for George Floyd


The Maximum Reinhardt Show features the voyages along rarely-travelled musical waters that became Max’s version of the Late Junction template, with sound art, dub, rural blues, contemporary classical, free jazz, folk, electro acoustic, rap, noise, and other sonic flotsam and jetsam floating in on the tides.


A producer, composer, Radio 3 DJ and alternative music aficionado, Max Reinhardt has over many years assembled an extensive collection of rare recordings spanning world music, jazz, electronica and experimental music, which he has made available exclusively to Morley College, its students, and contributors to Morley Radio.





Reese and the Smooth Ones – Lester Bowie, Mitchell, Art Ensemble of Chicago
Malcolm X’s Fiery Speech Addressing Police Brutality (April 27 1962) – The Lost Tapes: Malcolm X
Free, White and 21 – Ambrose Akinmusire
Harlem (“What Happens To A Dream Deferred?”) – Written and read by Langston Hughes
I Can’t breathe – Queeen Ifrica
Someday – The Gap Band
Interview with Fannie Lou Hamer – From The Heritage of Slavery (1968) w/ Fannie Lou Hamer & Lerone Bennett, Jr.
I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel to Be Free – Nina Simone
I’m Not Racist (Mysonne Remix) – Joyner Lucas
My People…Hold On – Eddie Kendricks
Strange Fruit – Billie Holiday
Julius Eastman’s Spoken Introduction To The Northwestern University
Evil N***r – Julius Eastman
Killer Mike Gives Impassioned Speech On Atlanta Protests – Morning Joe (MSNBC)
Reagan – Killer Mike
You Haven’t Done Nothin’ (1974 Funky Purrfection Version) – Stevie Wonder
Maya Angelou: Malcolm X – Visionary project
Hell You Talmbout – Janelle Monáe
Blues For Brother George Jackson – Archie Shepp
Things Ain’t Right – Queen Esther Marrow
N****rs vs. The Police – Richard Pryor
(Don’t Worry) If There Is a Hell Below, We’re All Going to Go – Curtis Mayfield
Angela Davis Speaks On Police Brutality – F.A.I.R ™
When The Revolution Comes – The Last Poets
I Am Not Your Negro clip – Future of America – James Baldwin
Say It Loud (I’m Black And I’m Proud) – Lou Donaldson
Pardon Our Analysis (We Beg Your Pardon) – Gil Scott-Heron, Brian Jackson