THE FUSION EXPERIENCE BACK2BACKFM.NET 06/08/2018

THE FUSION EXPERIENCE

play list:

Level 42 – Dune Tune 1981
Manu Katche – Air
Stanley Clarke – Man In The Mirror 2017
Bob Hurst – Just Passing
Lyle Mays – Before You Go
Bob James – Oblivion
Soulstance – Zenith 2007
Gabriele Poso Freedom 2018
Evolution – Too Much Traffic 2007
Chick Corea – Central Park
Harvey Mason – Hop Scotch 1976
Pat Metheny – To The End Of The World
Joe Zawinul – Criollo
Papa Wemba – Yolele 1995
Sabrina Malheiros – Saudade Rio 2006
Avishai Cohen – How Long
Horace Silver – In Pursuit of the 27th Man 1972
Iro Rantala – Freedom 2014
Seal – Violet 1991
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DjDr Fusion Disco & Funk show back2backfm.net 20/07/2018

DjDr Fusion Disco & Funk show back2backfm.net 20/07/2018

DjDr Fusion Disco & Funk show back2backfm.net 20/07/2018
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The Fusion Experience back2backfm.net 16/07/2018

The Fusion Experience back2backfm.net 16/07/2018

Herbie Hancock – Swamp Rat 1976
Weather Report – Black Market 1976
War – L.A. Sunshine !976
Gabriele Poso – Everybody Loves The Sunshine 2018
Spyro Gyra – Clubhouse 2013
Jeff Lober – Hyperdrive 2017
Gabriele Poso – Freedom 2012
Joe Sample – burning up the carnival 1981
Joe Sample – Black & White
The Crusaders – Free As The Wind
Matthias Vogt Trio – Driver
Steps Ahead – Lust For Life
Chick Corea – King Cockroach
Pat Metheny – 5-5-7
Quincy Jones – What’s Going On 1971
Miles Davis -New Rhumba 1957
Miles Davis – Portia 1986
Marcus Miller – Steveland
Soulstance – Life up 2007
Robert Palmer – Happiness 1991

 

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Britain’s Black History

Britain’s Black History


In 1970, a group of black radicals were committed to stand trial on charges arising from violent clashes between the police during a protest march. From the outset, this was a political trial in which the police, Special Branch and the Home Office sought to discredit the leadership of the growing British black power movement. After 55 days at the Old Bailey, the Mangrove Nine were acquitted and forced the first judicial acknowledgment that there was “evidence of racial hatred” in the Metropolitan police




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BRITAIN’S BLACK HISTORY

Darcus Howe, who worked at the Mangrove, urged Frank Crichlow to look to the community for support. Together with the Black Panther Movement, they organised a demonstration. On 9 August 1970, 150 protesters marched to local police stations demanding the police get their “hands off the Mangrove”. Police preparation for the march was extensive. More than 700 officers were available. Special Branch’s “black power desk” was also mobilised to monitor the protest. Heavy-handed policing prompted violence and the authorities started to build a case against the demonstration’s leaders. Home Office documents reveal this was a deliberate strategy to target and decapitate the emerging black power movement.





Playing The Race Card
Documentary series taking a look at the history of race relations since the 1950s and influences of this on the politics of race as well as on government policy



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The Origins of Lynching Culture in the United States

The Origins of Lynching Culture in the United States


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Ida B. Wells-Barnett was a prominent journalist, activist, and researcher, in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. In her lifetime, she battled sexism, racism, and violence. As a skilled writer, Wells-Barnett also used her skills as a journalist to shed light on the conditions of African Americans throughout the South.

Ida B. Wells was born in Holly Springs, Mississippi on July 16th, 1862. She was born into slavery during the Civil War. Once the war ended Wells-Barnett’s parents became politically active in Reconstruction Era politics. Her parents instilled into her the importance of education. Wells-Barnett enrolled at Rust College but was expelled when she started a dispute with the university president. In 1878, Wells-Barnett went to visit her grandmother. While she was there Wells-Barnett was informed that a yellow fever epidemic had hit her hometown. The disease took both of Wells-Barnett’s parents and her infant brother. Left to raise her brothers and sister, she took a job as a teacher so that she could keep the family together. Eventually, Wells-Barnett moved her siblings to Memphis, Tennessee. There she continued to work as an educator.




In 1884, Wells-Barnett filed a lawsuit against a train car company in Memphis for unfair treatment. She had been thrown off a first-class train, despite having a ticket. Although she won the case on the local level, the ruling was eventually overturned in federal court. After the lynching of one of her friends, Wells-Barnett turned her attention to white mob violence. She became skeptical about the reasons black men were lynched and set out to investigate several cases. She published her findings in a pamphlet and wrote several columns in local newspapers. Her expose about an 1892 lynching enraged locals, who burned her press and drove her from Memphis. After a few months, the threats became so bad she was forced to move to Chicago, Illinois.

In 1893, Wells-Barnett, joined other African American leaders in calling for the boycott of the World’s Columbian Exposition. The boycotters accused the exposition committee of locking out African Americans and negatively portraying the black community. In 1895, Wells-Barnett married famed African American lawyer Ferdinand Barnett. Together, the couple had four children. Throughout her career Wells-Barnett, balanced motherhood with her activism.

Wells-Barnett traveled internationally, shedding light on lynching to foreign audiences. Abroad, she openly confronted white women in the suffrage movement who ignored lynching. Because of her stance, she was often ridiculed and ostracized by women’s suffrage organizations in the United States. Nevertheless, Wells-Barnett remained active the women’s rights movement. She was a founder of the National Association of Colored Women’s Club which was created to address issues dealing with civil rights and women’s suffrage. Although she was in Niagara Falls for the founding of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), her name is not mentioned as an official founder. Late in her career Wells-Barnett focused on urban reform in the growing city of Chicago. She died on March 25th, 1931.

By: Arlisha R. Norwood, NWHM Fellow 2017

National Women’s History Museum

The Origins of Lynching Culture in the United States

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The Fusion Experience djdrfusion soulradiouk.net 19/05/2018

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70’s Disco:
Crown Heights Affair – Galaxy of love 1978
Hi Tension – Power And Lightning 1978




Jazz Fusion:
Patchworks – Summertime
Jeff Lorber – Hyperdrive 2017
Evolution – Too Much Traffic 2012
Weather Report – This is This 1985
Pat Metheny – To The End Of The World 1994
Steps Ahead – Well In That Case 1989
Avishai Cohen – How Long 2003
Spyro Gyra – Open Door 2005
1965 jazz blues:
Sammy Davis Count Basie – Shes a woman 1965
Aertha franklin – More 1965
Jimmy Smith – Mojo Got my working 1965




fusion:
Wolfgang Hoffner – Bing 2012
Billy Cobham – Africas Sounds
Chick Correa – Johnnys Landing
Soundtrack:
Young Christopher – The Suite – The Hurricane
John Barry – Dixie Kidnaps Vera – The cotton Club
Lalo Schifrin – Dirty Harrys Creed – Dirty Harry
Prince:
Prince – When The Lights Go Down 1999
Prince – 1+1+1 Is 3 2001

 

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The Fusion Experience djdrfusion soulradiouk.net 19/05/2018
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Palestine Map

Palestine Map

This map shows back in 1948 that to days Israel was in fact Palestine.


Timeline – World History Documentaries
Published on Oct 4, 2017
Uncovering shocking foreign office communications and using fascinating footage never seen on television before, this documentary shows how British double-dealing during the First World War ignited the conflict between Arabs and Jews in the Middle East.

This is a story of intrigue among rival empires; of misguided strategies; and of how conflicting promises to Arabs and Jews created a legacy of bloodshed which determined the fate of the Middle East. Avi Shlaim, Professor of International Relations at Oxford University, calls it ‘one of the best historical documentaries on the Middle East I have ever seen’.


israel palestine
Former Israeli soldiers have given testimony about the gross injustices against the Palestinian.

questioning Israel

Looking in to this subject and trying to understand why there is so much conflict in this part of the world and I’ve noticed most if not all the opinions are all one sided, and to be quite honest there isn’t enough room on this page to put all the quotes down. But i do like the fate that some of the former Israeli soldiers have given testimony about the gross injustices against the Palestinian.

Jimmy Carter clearly say’s the occupation by Israel is wrong


Former Israeli soldiers have given testimony about the gross injustices against the Palestinian.




A documentary that looks at the Sabra and Shatila massacre and how the people regards Ariel Sharon as the man who authorised a genocide. Who ordered the Israeli army to surround the camps, let the Christian militias in and did nothing as they massacred thousands of innocent civilians

The Invasion of Lebanon 1982











The Sabra and Shatila massacre was the slaughter of between 762 and 3,500 civilians, mostly Palestinian and Lebanese Shia, by a Lebanese Christian Phalangist militia in the Sabra and Shatila Palestinian refugee camps in Beirut, Lebanon.
The massacre started 6:00 pm 16 September to 8:00 am 18 September 1982.
In 1983, the Israeli Kahan Commission, appointed to investigate the incident, found that Israeli military personnel, aware that a massacre was in progress, had failed to take serious steps to stop it. Thus Israel was indirectly responsible, while Ariel Sharon, then Defense Minister, bore personal responsibility, forcing him to resign. And this very same man was elected Prime Minister in February 2001.

We live in a strange war
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