Sunday, May 7th, 2005
This Sunday on EVERYTHING OLD IS NEW AGAIN
we feature the music of
Some of the songs from his career
that we will hear:
"St. Louis Blues" (W. C. HANDY)
SHAKESPEARE'S Monologue from OTHELLO
of course, "Old Man River" (JEROME KERN/OSCAR HAMMERSTEIM II)
and "Going Home"
Plus ROBESON'S Testimony before
THE HOUSE UNAMERICAN ACTIVITY COMMITTEE
as it was dramatized in
ERIC BENTLEY'S ARE YOU NOW OR HAVE YOU EVER BEEN?
We'll listen to four renditions of
"Sometimes I Feel Like
A Motherless Child"
with performances by:
God, Religion and The Musical
Some of the songs we'll hear:
"It Ain' t Necessarily So" performed by TODD DUNCAN
from PORGY & BESS
MARY TESTA sings "The Greatest Practical Joke"
from SEE WHAT I WANNA SEE
"Mrs. A" from THE RINK
sung by CHITA RIVERA, LIZA MINNELLI & JASON ALEXANDER
of course, YOUR SUGGESTIONS
THE NEW CD "PICK OF THE WEEK" IS:
GIVE AWAYS, GIVE AWAYS!!!
During this week's broadcast,
we will give away 2 copies of:
KAREN AKERS - LIKE IT WAS
courtesy of DRG Records .