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No programa de hoje, irei comentar os preparativos para a Marcha da Família, com Deus e pela Liberdade e falarei sobre o que a população de bem fez em 1964 para tirar os comunistas do poder.
Welcome to the Seriouside of the jril show: We will be discussing the following topics: 1 SEGMENT: The Civil Rights Act of 1964: Should the Supreme Court over turn parts of the Civil Rights Act? 2 SEGMENT: THE ENTERTAINER IN CHIEF: Critics have said that President Obama and the First Lady are Celebrities!! Does the first couple spend more time in Hollywood or the White House? 3 SEGMENT: SEQUESTRATION: What does this really mean?
These are the sounds of a very Great warrior society of the Kiowa tribe of Oklahoma. Many people pay homage to the people who have served in the Armed services various ways, and this tonight is how the Kiowa people celebrate for those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice for the Freedoms that are upheld today!!
Nesse programa, irei falar sobre o 31 de março e as repercussões da Marcha da Família, com Deus e pela Liberdade que ocorreu no dia 22 de março em todo o Brasil. Também vou falar do Marco Civil e como ele pode comprometer a liberdade no Brasil e ser um trampolim para o avanço socialista radical num Brasil já socializado.
Sorry for the Audio Issues last night gonna replay the broadcast hopefully with better sound tonight
The Entertainment Celebrity Link.Influence of Jamaican Music on World Culture Today we pay tribute to foreign born artistes and musicians who contributed to the development and the Jamaican music industry and to those who subscribe to genre. We present the works that were influenced by Jamaican culture and give accolades to all those involved in its development.
1.Banana Song (1956) Harry Belafonte
2.Baba Kill Me Goat (1958) Laurel Aitkens
3.Leaving Me Standing (1964) Laurel Aitkens
4. Never, Never (1962) Bobby Aitkens 5.Bonanza Ska (1964) Carlos Malcolm 6.Lee Harvey Oswald (1964) – Skatalites ft. Tommy McCook 7. Don’t Stay Out Later (1964) Lord Creator 8. Kingston Town (1970) Lord reator 9. Cry Me A River (1965) Jackie Opel- Barbados 10.Rivers Of Babylon (1974) Herbie Mann & Tommy McCook, Bobby Ellis 11.Hold Me Tight (1968) Johnny Nash. Born Texas, USA 12. Cupid (1968) Johnny Nash13. Easy Rock (1968) Roland Alphonso 14.Too Experience (1969) Eddie Lovette 15.You’re My Girl (1972) Eddie Lovette 16. Moonlight Lover (1968)Joya Landis 17. Mother and Child Reunion (1972) Paul Simon 18.Negril Sunset (1975)Eric Gayle 19.You Have Fe Dread (1979) Lord Laro 20.One Draw (1980) Rita Anderson-Marley 21.Jerusalem (1980) Alpha blonde 22.Confidential (1991) ASWAD (Angus,Tony and Brimsley Ford) 23.Night Nurse (1997) Simply Red 24.Underneath It All (2001) Gwen Stefani 25.Throw Down Your Arms And Come Sinead O’Connor 26. Downpressor Man Sinead O’Connor 27.Easy Skanking Gilberto Gil 28. Rastaman Vibration Gilberto Gill 29.All Good (2002) - De la Soul & Chaka Khan 30. "Dog Nyam Yuh Supper" - Beres Hammond & Chaka Khan 31. Mystic Mood / Sugar Cane (1973) Booker T Jones & The MGs 32.Girl Just Wanna Have Fun -- Cindi Lauper (sly & Robbie) 33.Not Ordinary Love – Alaine Hughton www.crsradio.com www.caribbeanradioshow.com 661-467-2407
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