My WRFB Playlist–May 18, 2010 + Fishbone documentary

@billllyermo aka Guillermo E. Brown

Last night’s playlist was shorter than usual due to my
interview with Lev Anderson, co-director of the upcoming Fishbone documentary
Everyday Sunshine.  As Lev
mentioned, the film will have its world premiere at the LA Film Festival on June 19.

Here's the playlist in case you missed anything (song/artist/album):

  1. Can You Help Me            Jesse
    Johnson            Ultimate
    Collection: Jesse Johnson           
  2. Awkward Kitchen             Guillermo
    E. Brown            Shuffle
    Mode (Delhi 4)                       
  3. Jailbreak                        Year
    Of The Dragon            Blunt
    Force Karma           
  4. The 4th 3rd                      J-Live                        All
    Of The Above           
  5. Properties Of Propaganda (Fuk This Shit on Up)     Fishbone
    A Monkey A Brain And He'll Swear He's the Center Of The Universe
  6. Come Alive (The War of the Roses)     Janelle Monae     The
  7. The Muzik                    Ebony
    of My Bones

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