It's the Music! Monday Playlist for January 21, 2014

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MLK Holiday, Randy subbing for Flee

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Buckwheat Zydeco Take Me To The Mountain Top 100% Fortified Zydeco
Dion Abraham, Martin, And John 24 Original Classics 1958-1978
Haim Falling Days Are Gone
Amos Lee Mountains of Sorrow feat. Patty Griffin Mountains of Sorrow, Rivers of Song
Nina Simone I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free Forever Young, Gifted & Black: Songs of Freedom and Spirit
Nina Simone Why? (The King Is Dead) Forever Young, Gifted & Black: Songs of Freedom and Spirit
Tedeschi Trucks Band It's So Heavy Made Up Mind
Damon Fowler I Shall Not Be Moved Sounds Of Home
The Avett Brothers Souls Like The Wheels Magpie and the Dandelion
Mavis Staples Eyes On the Prize We'll Never Turn Back
Bruce Springsteen High Hopes High Hopes
Greg Greenway In the Name of Love Live
hard working americans Down To The Well Hard Working Americans
Freedom Singers Oh Freedom; This Little Light of Mine Voices of the Civil Rights Movement
Rebekah Pulley Let it Shine Songs of Southern Zen from Pen and Paper to the Electric Den
the head and the heart Homecoming Heroes Let's Be Still
Sam Cooke A Change Is Gonna Come Best of Sam Cooke
Sweet Honey in the Rock Letter To Dr. Martin Luther King Live At Carnegie Hall
Ben Harper How Many Miles Must We March? Welcome To the Cruel World
Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings People Don't Get What They Deserve Give The People What They Want
The Rascals People Got To Be Free Songs of Protest
Nina Simone Mississippi Goddam (live) Forever Young, Gifted & Black: Songs of Freedom and Spirit
The O'Jays Give The People What They Want Let Freedom Sing: The Music Of The Civil Rights Movement
Paul McCartney Everybody Out There New
Sly and the Family Stone Everyday People Essential Sly & the Family Stone
The Wailers Get Up Stand Up Burnin'
Blitzen Trapper Thirsty man VII
Arcade Fire We Exist Reflektor
Jane Sapp What Happens To a Dream Deferred Take A Look At My People
The Blind Boys of Alabama Free At Last Let Freedom Sing: The Music of The Civil Rights Movement
Smokey Robinson Abraham, Martin and John Let Freedom Sing: Songs of The Civil Rights Movement
mahalia jackson We Shall Overcome Let Freedom Sing