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IHPM - Episode #38
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Shaft versus Willie at Bumpy’s office – from the Motion Picture Shaft


  • Ndima Ndapedza (Zimbabwe) – Putumayo (AFRICA)
  • Thandaza (South Africa)Putumayo (AFRICA)
  • Segne (Togo) – Putumayo (AFRICA)
  • Jazz ThingGang Starr (100% Acid Jazz)
  • The Creator Has a Master PlanBrooklyn Funk Essentials (100% Acid Jazz)
  • Pushin’ Against the FlowRaw Stylus (100% Acid Jazz)
  • Past & Future ThingsSantal Featuring  Terrance Downs (Afterdark – Chicago)
  • Can’t You See the Sunshine Through the rain?Common Nature (Afterdark – Chicago)
  • Str8 UpCallisto’s Trance (Afterdark – Chicago)
  • All Would EnvyChris Botti & Shawn Colvin (Smooth Jazz Café Volume 4)
  • Just Chillin’ – Norman Brown (Smooth Jazz Café Volume 4)
  • ReverenceRichard Bona & Pat Methany (Smooth Jazz Café Volume 4)


Superman – The Adventures of Superman (Episode 24)


Beauty And The Beast – Paul Mooney (Race)


New Releases for comics and books


John Dalton Uber Driver sound bites and commentary


Rib-Eye steak, capital punishment and new methods for execution


  • Used To Rule the WorldBonnie Rait (Slipstream)
  • Any Old SundayChaka Khan (Rufus featuring Chaka Khan)
  • DorinaDADA (Puzzle)
  • RiverHerbie Hancock (River: The Joni Letters)
  • October SongAmy Winehouse (Frank)
  • September GrassJames Taylor (October Road)
  • Under African SkiesPaul Simon (Graceland)
  • I Want YouMarvin Gaye (The Best of Marvin Gaye)
  • Falling Like RainTina Turner (Foreign Affair)
  • Tuesday HeartbreakStevie Wonder (Talking Book)
  • Finally (Ft. John Legend) – Fergie (Dutchess)
  • Silly PuttyStanley Clarke (Journey To Love)
  • Stranger in MoscowMichael Jackson (HIStory – Past, Present And Future – Book I)
  • Sweet Sticky ThingOhio Players (Honey)
  • Do U Lie  – Prince (Parade)

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