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The Soul Show, Black History Month Weekend Two

Today on TSS,

  • We remember Syl Johnson, Chicago-bred blues and soul artist who created one of the most haunting civil rights anthems of all time
  • Part One of a two-installment tribute to Pittsburgh’s own Betty Mabry Davis
  • Continued black roots music features, including Akina Adderley, Rhiannon Giddens and, on Three Rivers at Three, Jimbo Jackson and the Soupbones
  • The Soul Show’s debut of Brownskin Moses, and a new track from Kendra Morris’ 2022 album ”Nine Lives”
  • An important milestone for BHM: King Curtis , Aretha Franklin and Ray Charles filled one Fillmore West weekend in 1971 with amazing music
  • Of semi-centennial significance, Stevie Wonder created second masterpiece of his Golden Age – hear the opening tracks of 1972’s “Talking Book”
  • To take your breath away, a show closer by Kamasi Washington from his new release
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