Love Jawns: A Mixtape

But They Still Livin' Tho

December 27, 2019 Season 1 Episode 4
Love Jawns: A Mixtape
But They Still Livin' Tho
Chapters
00:00:00
LJAM Intro - Vince Anthony w/Yolanda Wisher
00:00:42
New table - Jacqueline Constance
00:03:16
Timberlands - Jacqueline Constance
00:06:15
Uptown Baby - Kai Davis
00:09:08
Just wait - Jacqueline Constance
00:10:50
a blues for Nina - Jasmine L. Combs
00:12:15
Best for you - Jacqueline Constance
00:14:42
$$$Sneakers On Telephone Wire - Jacob Winterstein/Divine bass - Jacqueline Constance
00:17:42
Summertime fine - Jacqueline Constance
00:21:00
LJAM Outro - Vince Anthony w/Yolanda Wisher
Love Jawns: A Mixtape
But They Still Livin' Tho
Dec 27, 2019 Season 1 Episode 4
Jacqueline Constance + Davis, Combs & Winterstein

Featuring KAI DAVIS (she/her), a Black Queer writer, performer & teaching artist from Philadelphia who received the Leeway Transformation Award for her art for social change work + JASMINE L. COMBS, a writer, educator & spoken word artist who is the author of two collections of poetry, Universal Themes & This Drowning Was A Baptism + JACOB WINTERSTEIN, a lifelong Philadelphian, artist, event producer & educator & co-founder of The Philly Pigeon collective which organizes poetry slams, multi-media productions, workshops and artists retreats. Spun by JACQUELINE CONSTANCE, born & raised in Philadelphia & armed with just a mic, her digital sampling, foot pedal & a small mixer, turns breaths, sighs & words into funky orchestral pastures for her lyrics to frolic through. “But they still livin though” is a line from Kai Davis’ poem “Uptown Baby.” This episode concludes The First Jawn, LJAM’s inaugural season. 

Show Notes Chapter Markers

Featuring KAI DAVIS (she/her), a Black Queer writer, performer & teaching artist from Philadelphia who received the Leeway Transformation Award for her art for social change work + JASMINE L. COMBS, a writer, educator & spoken word artist who is the author of two collections of poetry, Universal Themes & This Drowning Was A Baptism + JACOB WINTERSTEIN, a lifelong Philadelphian, artist, event producer & educator & co-founder of The Philly Pigeon collective which organizes poetry slams, multi-media productions, workshops and artists retreats. Spun by JACQUELINE CONSTANCE, born & raised in Philadelphia & armed with just a mic, her digital sampling, foot pedal & a small mixer, turns breaths, sighs & words into funky orchestral pastures for her lyrics to frolic through. “But they still livin though” is a line from Kai Davis’ poem “Uptown Baby.” This episode concludes The First Jawn, LJAM’s inaugural season. 

LJAM Intro - Vince Anthony w/Yolanda Wisher
New table - Jacqueline Constance
Timberlands - Jacqueline Constance
Uptown Baby - Kai Davis
Just wait - Jacqueline Constance
a blues for Nina - Jasmine L. Combs
Best for you - Jacqueline Constance
$$$Sneakers On Telephone Wire - Jacob Winterstein/Divine bass - Jacqueline Constance
Summertime fine - Jacqueline Constance
LJAM Outro - Vince Anthony w/Yolanda Wisher
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