What the Fontaine?! presents:

“What the Fontaine?!: You never know what you’ll hear next on this fun mix of tunes from across the decades and musical genres.”

It’s February, which means it’s Black History Month, which gives me a good excuse to play a lot of great music from various decades and genres. Trouble Funk, James Brown, Public Enemy, Thelonious Monk, Peter Tosh, Aretha Franklin, Manu Dibango, etc.

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Meat Beat Manifesto – United Nations

Trouble Funk – Drop the Bomb
Eric B. & Rakim – I Know You Got Soul
ESG – Earn It

Muddy Waters – Baby Please Don’t Go
Little Richard – Good Golly Miss Molly
Ray Charles – I Got a Woman
The Robins (pre- Coasters) – Smokey Joe’s Cafe

James Brown – Say It Loud (I’m Black and I’m Proud)
Keith LeBlanc – But Whitey / Einstein
Mandingo – Harima

Bo Diddley – Pretty Thing
Bob Marley – Exodus
Ohio Players – Fire

Ike & Tina Turner – Nutbush City Limits
Vicki Sue Robinson – Turn the Beat Around
Al Green – Let It Shine

De La Soul – Jenifa Taught Me
Cypress Hill – Light Another
Public Enemy – 911 is a Joke

Manu Dibango – Soul Makossa (feat Youssou N’Dour)
Malcolm X / Keith LeBlanc – No Sell Out
Peter Tosh – Stepping Razor
The Staple Singers – Respect Yourself
Aretha Franklin – Baby, I Love You

Thelonious Monk – Well You Needn’t
Ella Fitzgerald – Airmail Special

Louis Jordan – Caldonia

Playlist:

    Time: February 16 - 5:00:00 pm
  • Meat Beat Manifesto, “United Nations (E.T.C.)”

    from Subliminal Sandwich

    Nothing / Interscope - 1996

  • Time: February 16 - 5:05:00 pm
  • Trouble Funk, “Drop the Bomb”

    from Drop the Bomb

    Sugar Hill Records - 1982

  • Time: February 16 - 5:10:57 pm
  • Eric B. & Rakim, “I Know You Got Soul”

    from Paid in Full

    Island Records - 1987

  • Time: February 16 - 5:15:45 pm
  • ESG, “Earn iT”

    from Dance to the Best of ESG

    Fire Records - 1983

  • Time: February 16 - 5:20:00 pm
  • Muddy Waters, “Baby, Please Don't Go”

    from The Chess Box

    Chess / MCA / Universal - 1990

  • Time: February 16 - 5:23:00 pm
  • Little Richard, “Good Golly, Miss Molly”

    from Little Richard

    Specialty Records - 1958

  • Time: February 16 - 5:25:08 pm
  • Ray Charles, “I Got A Woman (Album)”

    from The Essence Of Ray Charles

    Delta Leisure Group Plc - 2007

  • Time: February 16 - 5:27:58 pm
  • The Robins, “Smokey Joe's Cafe”

    from I Must Be Dreamin' - The Robins on RCA, Crown and Spark

    El Toro Records Legendary Masters - 2011

  • Time: February 16 - 5:31:00 pm
  • James Brown, “Say It Loud - I'm Black and I'm Proud (Live)”

    from Say It Live and Loud: Live In Dallas 08.26.68

    Polydor - 1998

  • Time: February 16 - 5:34:00 pm
  • Keith LeBlanc, “But Whitey”

    from Stranger Than Fiction

    Engima - 1989

  • Time: February 16 - 5:35:37 pm
  • Keith LeBlanc, “Einstein”

    from Stranger Than Fiction

    Engima - 1989

  • Time: February 16 - 5:39:33 pm
  • Mandingo, “Harima”

    from Watto Sitta

    Celluloid - 1984

  • Time: February 16 - 5:46:00 pm
  • Bo Diddley, “Pretty Thing”

    from Bo Diddley

    Chess - 1957

  • Time: February 16 - 5:48:48 pm
  • Bob Marley & The Wailers, “Exodus”

    from Exodus (Deluxe)

    Tuff Gong / Island / Universal - 2017

  • Time: February 16 - 5:56:26 pm
  • Ohio Players, “Fire”

    from Fire

    Island Mercury - 1974

  • Time: February 16 - 6:01:02 pm
  • Ike & Tina Turner, “Nutbush City Limits”

    from Nutbush City Limits

    United Artists Records - 1973

  • Time: February 16 - 6:03:57 pm
  • Vicki Sue Robinson, “Turn the Beat Around”

    from Never Gonna Let You Go

    RCA Victor - 1976

  • Time: February 16 - 6:09:32 pm
  • Al Green, “Let It Shine”

    from Full of Fire

    Hi Records - 1976

  • Time: February 16 - 6:14:00 pm
  • De La Soul, “Jenifa Taught Me (Derwin's Revenge)”

    from 3 Feet High & Rising

    Tommy Boy - 1989

  • Time: February 16 - 6:17:23 pm
  • Cypress Hill, “Light Another”

    from Cypress Hill

    Ruffhouse/Columbia - 1991

  • Time: February 16 - 6:20:40 pm
  • Public Enemy, “911 Is a Joke”

    from Fear of a Black Planet

    Def Jam Recordings - 1990

  • Time: February 16 - 6:25:00 pm
  • Manu Dibango, “Soul Makossa”

    from The Very Best of Manu Dibango: Afro Soul Jazz from the Original Makossa Man

    Unidisc Music - 1972

  • Time: February 16 - 6:28:58 pm
  • Malcolm X, “No Sell Out (feat. Keith LeBlanc)”

    from No Sell Out - Single

    Tommy Boy - 1983

  • Time: February 16 - 6:34:42 pm
  • Peter Tosh, “Stepping Razor”

    from Equal Rights

    CBS/Columbia - 1977

  • Time: February 16 - 6:40:30 pm
  • The Staple Singers, “Respect Yourself”

    from Be Altitude: Respect Yourself (Stax Remasters)

    Stax - 1972

  • Time: February 16 - 6:45:27 pm
  • Aretha Franklin, “Baby, I Love You”

    from Aretha Arrives

    Atlantic Records - 1967

  • Time: February 16 - 6:50:00 pm
  • Thelonious Monk, “Well, You Needn't”

    from Genius of Modern Music, Vol. 1

    Blue Note - 1952

  • Time: February 16 - 6:52:59 pm
  • Ella Fitzgerald, “Air Mail Special”

    from Lullabies Of Birdland

    Decca - 1954

  • Time: February 16 - 6:56:00 pm
  • Louis Jordan, “Caldonia”

    from Somebody Up There Digs Me

    Mercury - 1957

109 February 16th, 2018

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