JAZZ AMNESTY SOUND SYSTEM #07 – Pan African
Pan Africanism represents the aggregation of the historical, cultural, spiritual, artistic, scientific, and philosophical legacies of Africans from past to present.
While setting aside cultural differences, asserting the principality of these shared experiences to foster solidarity and resistance to exploitation.
From Marcus Garvey to Nelson Mandela
From Martin to Malcolm
From Lumumba to Kwame Nkrumah
International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement
Robert Sobukwe, Huey Newton, Kwame Turre, Gil Scott Heron, Last Poets, Bob Marley, Count Ossie, Nina Simone, Archie Shepp, Abbey Lincoln, Duke Ellington, Max Roach…
Africa – Oliver Lake / NTU – Arista / Soul Jazz (1976/2009)
Castles of Ghana – John Carter – Gramavision (1986)
Message from the Nile – McCoy Tyner – Blue Note (1970)
Africa – Abbey Lincoln – Inner City (1978)
Ode To Ethiopia – John Betsch Society – Strata-East / Universal Sound (1974/1997)
Free Huey – Clifford Thornton – Goody (1967)
African Violets – The Cecil Taylor Quartet – Contemporary Records (1959)
Beautiful Africa – Bobby Few – Vogue (1979)
For listeners in Montreal, JASS is hosting some events this month.