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The Breakfast Spread: Wednesday, 20 September 2017

Artist | Track/Song Name | Album Title | Label/Distributor | Comments

Hot Wings | Swampy | The Arrival
Donny Hathaway | The Ghetto | Donny Hathaway live

Laura Marling | Night After Night | A Creature I Don't Know
Hayes Carll | Drive | Lovers and Leavers
Aldous Harding | Titus Groan | Aldous Harding

Morphine | Sunday Afternoon Weightlessness | B-Sides and Rarities
Lou Dillon | Above My Head | Lay Low
John Grant | Marz | Queen Of Denmark

Gudrun Gut + Danielle di Picciotto | Pearl | Members of the Ocean Club

7:00am News

Nina Simone | Backlash Blues | Songs of the Poets: Dylan, Harrison & Simone
Dan Sultan and Scott Wilson | This Land Is Mine
Jolie Holland & the Chandeliers | All Those Girls | Pint Of Blood

Dhapanbal Yunupingu | Gurtha feat. Shelly Morris| Single
LCD Soundsystem | Change Yr Mind | American Dream

7:30am News

The Beach Boys | Pet Sounds | Pet Sounds
The Notwist | Close To The Glass | Close To The Glass
ESG | Moody | A South Bronx Story
Sugar Fed Leopards | Sabina | Sweet Spots

Black Jesus Experience | Ethio Bop

8:00am News

The Cactus Channel | Storefront | Single from forthcoming album
Dr John | Life | In The Right Place
Emilee South | Watch Out | Motel EP

Gene Clark | Strength Of Strings | No Other

8:30am News

State of The Art with Donald Betts Jr. speaking about I Am Not Your Negro screening at ACMI

I Am Not Your Negro

I Am Not Your Negro

Donald Betts Jr joins The Breakfast Spread to talk about his upcoming discussion with Michael Ondaatje following a screening of I Am Not Your Negro at ACMI.

Haitian filmmaker Raoul Peck (The Man by the Shore, Moloch Tropical, Murder in Pacot), returns with a transcendent documentary examining the life and work of literary iconoclast and queer icon James Baldwin.

The Oscar-nominated I Am Not Your Negro is based on Baldwin’s unfinished manuscript Remember This House, a stirring, personal account of the lives and deaths of his friends and US Civil Rights Movement leaders Medgar Evers, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr.

Screening throughout September, ACMI will be facilitating a special discussion between Donald Betts Jr (former Kansas State Senator) and Michael Ondaatje (American history professor) about race politics and resistance from the civil rights era to present day America on Sunday September 24.

Tune into The Breakfast Spread from 8am Wednesday September 20 and head to the ACMI website for more details.


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