Match & Fuse: Debra Richards // 11-06-20

As part of the urgent need to first of all listen and think, Debra switches focus and offers a selection of a few of the black artists that have composed and performed music that has enriched her world, and made life bearable.

Moses Boyd - Dancing In The Dark ft Obongjayar
Charlie Mingus – Better Git it in Your Soul [Columbia]
Nina Simone - Why (The King Of Love Is Dead) [RCA Victor]
Sons of Kemet – My Queen is Doreen Lawrence [Impulse!]
Little Simz – Offence [Age 101 Music]
DJ Krust - Not Necessarily a Man (L-Side Remix) [V Recordings]
Tomeka Reid / Alexander Hawkins - Albert Ayler (His Life Was Too Short) [Intakt Records]
Pablo All Stars – Park Lane Special [Greensleeves]
Marlena Shaw - Woman of the Ghetto [Cadet]
Empirical - Distraction Tactics
Mos Def – Umi Says [Rawkus Records]
Fela Kuti/Roy Ayers - Africa, Centre Of The World (excerpt) [Casual/Soul II Soul Recs]
James Mason - Sweet Power, Your Embrace [Casual/Soul II Soul Recs]
Femi Kuti - You Better Ask Yourself [Wrasse Records]
Hugh Masekela – When [Blue Thumb]
Moodymann – Taken Away [Mahogani Music]
Mood II Swing - Move Me [Music for your Ears]
Garvey - Goodbye Horses feat. Q Lazzarus
Etta James - I’d Rather Go Blind [Cadet]
The Commands - Hey It’s Love [Dynamic Records]
Gil Scott Heron – Lady Day and John Coltrane [Flying Dutchman]
Joe Henderson - Black Narcissus [Milestone]
OY – Horizon [Crammed Discs]
Me’Shell Ndege Ocello – Forget My Name [Naïve Records]
Nina Simone – Four Women [Verve]
Cedric Brooks – Ethiopia [Studio One]

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