Clotilda Mixtape

Inspires by the finding of the slave ship Clotilda in Mobile Bay, DJJD? pays tribute to the musical contributions of Mobile’s black community, especially the descendants of Africatown. 

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  • 9:02pm Ewure Ile Komo Iye Ode by Haruna Ishola (M.O.N. Baba Ngani Agba) on Apala Messenger (Star Records Co. Ltd.)
  • 9:05pm Lady by Tune-Yards, Angélique Kidjo, Ahmir “?uestlove” Thompson & Akua Naru on Red Hot + Fela (Knitting Factory Records)
  • 9:06pm Lady (edit) by Tune-Yards, Angélique Kidjo, Ahmir “?uestlove” Thompson & Akua Naru on Red Hot + Fela (Knitting Factory Records)
  • 9:10pm Throw Some D’s Remix (feat. André 3000, Jim Jones, Nelly, Murphy Lee & The Game) by Rich Boy on Rich Boy (Zone 4 / Rich Boy / IGA)
  • 9:11pm Throw Some D’s Remix (feat. André 3000, Jim Jones, Nelly, Murphy Lee & The Game) (edit) by Rich Boy on Rich Boy (Zone 4 / Rich Boy / IGA)
  • 9:19pm She’s So Good by Solid Gold Revue on She’s So Good – Single (Castanet Records Inc.)
  • 9:23pm Rock and Roll Sermon, Pt. 2 by Elder Charles D. Beck on Elder Charles Beck (1946-1947) (Document Records)
  • 9:25pm Africa Town Alabama by James P. Burke III on Jpb3 (James P. Burke III)
  • 9:28pm Mobile, Hey Nai by Unckle Eddie on Mardi Gras Party (Toljadol Records)
  • 9:34pm Damn Right I Am Somebody by Fred Wesley and the J.B.’s on Damn Right I Am Somebody (Universal Records)
  • 9:39pm Africatown by Jeremy Money Thrash on Clotilde (Bama Records)
  • 9:47pm Old Time Religion by Daddy Stovepipe on Blues from Maxwell Street (Document Records)
  • 9:51pm Outline Number 12 by Billy Bang on Outline # 12 (Charly Records)
  • 9:56pm Rock and Roll Sermon, Pt. 1 by Elder Charles D. Beck on Elder Charles Beck (1946-1947) (Document Records)
  • 9:58pm Tennessee Waltz by Daddy Stovepipe on Blues from Maxwell Street (Document Records)
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