Tomorrow’s Warriors: the Sound of London, Part 2

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In the last hour, we explored the new London scene anchored by a broadly diverse set of players who share encouragement by the innovative educational group Tomorrow's Warriors. We featured music by Nubya Garcia, one of three tenor stars who are breaking out of the scene and in this hour we'll turn our attention to the other two, 37-year-old Shabaka Hutchings and 34-year-old Binker Golding—players, mentors, teachers and charismatic advocates for improvisational music.


  • Host Intro 0:00
  • Zara McFarlane Quintet "Woman in the Olive Groves" from If You Knew Her (Brownswood Recordings) 3:53
  • Shabaka & the Ancestors "Behold, The Deceiver" from We Are Sent Here by History (Impulse) 9:04
  • Sons of Kemet "My Queen Is Angela Davis" from Your Queen is a Reptile (Impulse) 14:57
  • Host speaks 21:28
  • Zara McFarlane "Peace Begins Within" from Arise (Brownswood Recordings) 24:00
  • Shabaka & The Ancestors "Good Morning Good Morning" from A Day In The Life: Impressions Of Pepper (Verve) 28:05
  • Sons Of Kemet "My Queen Is Nanny Of The Maroons" from Your Queen Is A Reptile (Impulse) 33:25
  • Host speaks 40:04
  • Binker and Moses "Intoxication from the Jahvmonishi Leaves" from Journey To The Mountain Of Forever (Gearbox Records) 43:23
  • Shabaka Hutchings Quintet "Black Skin, Black Masks" from We Out Here (Brownswood Recordings) 49:46
  • Host Outro 56:43

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