Slipping Into Darkness
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New music appears somewhere in the world every single day.
‘Slippin’ Into Darkness’, originally composed by the band War, is hard to define in terms of musical genre. At the time of its release in 1971, nearly 50 years ago, there was no constraint of classification. Is it Jazz? Funk! Soul? R&B? Or Nu-Soul?
During the two hours of Slipping Into Darkness, I will be inviting guests to share a selection of their favourite tracks and talk about her or himself and their music.
The conversation will be framed by my choice of favourite listening encompassing all genres representing classic recordings of past and contemporary artistes with some surprises in store.
Tune in Every Wednesday 9pm – 11pm UK Time with your host Ra Hendricks.
Slipping Into Darkness crew
I, Ra Hendricks, am son, brother, father, grandfather and friend. What I do is promote and stage live events which illustrate the breadth of music created by Brothers and Sisters of Africa whether they be born on the continent itself or in the Diaspora. I recall my first experience of listening to music in Guyana, […]