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09/14 | Eugene Chadbourne’s New Directions in Appalachian Music – pt 3 | Posted by Bob Rogers

Tonight (9/14) at 10pm (EDT), taintradio presents part 3 of Dr. Eugene Chadbourne’s, New Directions in Appalachian Music concert series [see details below].
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taintradio <taintradio.org> is pleased to present New Directions in Appalachian Music, a 3-concert series from Dr. Eugene Chadbourne & friends Sunday, 10pm (EDT) [repeats Fridays 8am].  [Doc Chad, guitar, vocal & banjo; Jeb Bishop, trombone; David Menestres, bass; Dave Doyle, mandolin, French horn; Carrie Schull, oboe; Dan Ruccia, viola;  Chris Eubanks, cello; James Gilmore, guitar & Ken Ray Wilemon, drums]Dr. Chadbourne began this concert series in 2013 at Neptune’s Parlor in downtown Raleigh with Insect And Western Party.  Thanks to the efforts of taintradio producer & longtime Chadbourne bassist David Menestres [Tone Science, Sundays 8pm], we are pleased to present the 2014 concerts for your dining, huffing & dancing pleasure. Enjoy!
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Next week (9/21) we conclude this series in true Chadbournean fashion, as we present part 4 of our 3-part series.

Cheers!

09/14 | Downhome With Howling Dick – Wahoo Indeed | Posted by Bob Rogers

This week Howling’s reminiscing over departed bluesmen, buying vinyl and childhood TV,- none of which gets in the way of an hour of the finest blues ‘n roots on the net. Sundays 10am (EDT), Tuesday ]s 6pm, Thursdays midnight; Saturdays 10pm.

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Mr Ed – “A horse on a blues show??

That Man Nappy Brown Night Time Is The Right Time VIDEO
Killing Floor Johnny Winter Step Back VIDEO
Don’t You Hear Me Crying For You John Primer You Can Make It If You Try VIDEO
Second Coming Ruthie Foster Promise of a Brand New Day VIDEO
Reason For Love Emmett Wheatfall Them Poetry Blues VIDEO
It Hurts Me Too Erja Lyytinen The Sky Is Crying VIDEO
Way Down In The Hole Pete Pritchard Beat The Blues VIDEO
He’ll Do The Same Thing To You Eden Brent Mississippi Number One VIDEO
World Blues Larry Lampkin The Blues Is Real VIDEO
I’m Goin’ Away Baby Smoky Babe Way Back in the Country Blues VIDEO
Wati Si Sasekahipahpa Americo Valenti Opika Pende VIDEO
Mississippi Got Me TJ Norton TJ & The Suitcase VIDEO
Easy Come, Easy Go Seth Walker Sky Still Blue VIDEO
Hey Warden Orange Jefferson Texas Harmonica Rumble VIDEO

09/09 | Leslie Keros’ “Messin’ With The Blues” | Posted by Bob Rogers

 

09/10 Messin’ with the Blues

This week, Leslie Keros digs deep into the early catalog of Albert Collins with cohost Dick Shurman, who produced seven of Collins’s recordings, including the Grammy-winning album Showdown (with Robert Cray and Johnny Copeland). We’ll learn about Collins’s influences and hear music from Shurman’s personal collection. Wednesday 7am (EDT).

 

Theme music: Erwin Helfer /Stop Time Boogie / 8 Hands on 88 Keys: Chicago Blues Piano Masters (Sirens)

Albert Collins / Collins Shuffle / Kangaroo Shuffle (P-Vine)

The Dolls / Suspicious of You Baby / Suspicious

Albert Collins /Albert’s Alley / The Cool Sound of Albert Collins (Blue City)

Albert Collins / Takin’ My Time / The Cool Sound of Albert Collins (Blue City)

Albert Collins / Thaw Out / Truckin’ with Albert Collins (MCA)

Jimi Hendrix / Drivin’ South / Day Tripper (Ryko)

Big Walter Price / My Tears / Chicken Stuff (Flyright)

Ike and Tina Turner / The Hunter / The Hunter and Outta Season (Blue Moon)

Ike Turner / Right On / Blues Roots and Bad Dreams (BGO)

Albert Collins / Tremble / Truckin’ with Albert Collins (MCA)

Magic Sam / Tremble / Rockin’ Wild in Chicago (Delmark)

Albert Collins / Frosty / Truckin’ with Albert Collins (MCA)

Otis Rush / I’m Tore Up / Right Place Wrong Time (HIghtone)

Dave Alexander / Highway 59 / Oakland Blues (World Pacific)

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09/09 | Kip Hanrahan’s “Surplus Value / History of the Microphone, pgm. 020 | Posted by Bob Rogers

OK, the playlist for tonight’s Surplus Value / The History of the Mic show at 7PM EST is the show I had thought would “air” last week, the one with some previously unreleased Jack Bruce / Don Pullen work.  There were tech problems in the air last week, I guess….

So, again:

TA DAH….

OK, tech problems aside (as we all know, if we hate the tech stuff, it’ll hate us back…. ok……) this SHOULD be the playlist for the Surplus Value show 020 with my emotional engagement with the Jack Bruce / Don Pullen lottery friends of all lifetimes stuff…..

I’ll post the “playlist” below, with the vocal notes I’ve taken for myself missing -: it seems a lot of you can’t understand my direct (DIRECT via Dha BRONX!) English, but, if interested, you could always contact me to ask what I meant, or what I said if it was really indecipherable / inaudible.  There’s a chance I would answer.

The posted interview with Jack, Don and myself should cement my position among the most articulately difficult….

THE PLAYLIST:

Coco Raizes de ArcoverdeAcorda criancaCoco Raizes de Arcoverde

Arto Lindsay4 SkiesEncyclopedia of Arto

オリビエ・プル湯湾岳の高台にて(奄美大島)大自然の音風景

Sounds Of The Worldrhythm Of Pounding MilletVol. 3-Africa

Brad MehldauAugust EndingJazziz November 2006

Marcos ValleOs GrilosThe Essential Marcos Valle Volume 2

Willie NelsonSeptember SongStardust

Charles MingusWork SongMingus at the Bohemia

Antônio Carlos JobimZingaroWarner Archives

Tanita TikaramPlay Me AgainCan’t Go Back

Steve Swallow With Robert CreeleyAmbitionSo There

TauregAzaleTuareg Music of the Southern Sahara

Alban Berg QuartetMozart: String Quartet #15 In D Minor, K 421 – 2. Andante Con MotoMozart: String Quartets #15, 16 & 20

Sounds Of The WorldSalt-SellersVol. 3-Africa

Africa NegraAlice1975-1995 Indépendencia!

Paul Haines Carla Bley Jack Bruce Don Pullen Kip HanrahanRawalpindi Blues rehearsal track (unreleased)Darn It! (unreleased)

Paul Haines Carla Bley  Rawalpindi BluesDarn It!

Kip Hanrahan Don Pullen Jack Bruceinterviews….Stuttgart July 1991

Kip Hanrahan Don Pullen Jack BruceSmiles and grinsStuttgart July 1991

Kip Hanrahan / Imagining New Orleansw Jack Bruce, Don Pullen, Allen Toussaint, Charles Neville, Henry Thredgil, etc…..G-d is GreatImagining New Orleans / Frankfurt 10/30/92 – 2

Kip HanrahanThe September Dawn Shows Itself To Elizabeth And Her Lover On East 18th Street In ManhattanAll Roads Are Made Of The Flesh

Don PullenOde To LifeRandom Thoughts

the link: www.ednixon.com:9005/stream.m3u

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09/08 | Downhome With Howling Dick | Posted by Bob Rogers

This week, Howling giving advice on collecting music, recounting tales of high stepping Irishmen and playing the best tribute act in the blues. Another busy week on the porch at taint with an hour of the finest blues and roots music on the net. Sundays 10am (EDT); Tuesdays 6pm; Thursdays midnight; Saturdays 11pm

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Omar Little – “Oh Indeed”

Brave Son Of America C.W.  Stoneking Jungle Blues VIDEO
Boogie Man Kenny Wayne Shepherd Goin’ Home VIDEO
I Just Want to Make Love to You Mud Morganfield For Pops VIDEO
Grinnin’ In Your Face Brooks Williams Baby O! VIDEO
Hill Country Rain Half Deaf Clatch The Blues Continuum VIDEO
05 Georgia 032714 Dom Flemons Prospect Hill HiFi VIDEO
Way Down in the Hole Lurrie Bell The Devil Ain’t Got No Music VIDEO
I’m Sitting on Top of the World Doc Watson & Clarence Ashley Original Folkways Recordings 1960 – 1962 VIDEO
Caravan Van Morrison Moondance (Remastered + Expanded) VIDEO
Leave The City Devon Allman Ragged & Dirty VIDEO
La Belle De La Louisianne Eddy Raven Honky Tonk Charlie Gillett’s Radio Picks VIDEO
Low Down Dirty Shame Blues Moanin’ Bernice Edwards Frog Blues & Jazz Annual No3 VIDEO
Motherless Chile Blues Barbecue Bob Chocolate To The Bone VIDEO
Singing in Chains My Baby My Baby Loves Voodoo VIDEO
Ain’t No Love in the Heart of the City Chris Farlowe Out of the Blue VIDEO
Pearl River Mike Zito Songs from the Road VIDEO

09/06 | Dr. Eugene Chadbourne (& friends): New Directions in Appalachian Music, Concert 2 | Posted by Bob Rogers

Concert 2 of this 3-concert series continues on Sunday, September 7th at approx. 10pm (EDT).  Repeats Friday, September 12th at approx. 8am.
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taintradio is pleased to present New Directions in Appalachian Music, a three-concert series from Dr. Eugene Chadbourne (& friends) beginning tonight (Sunday, August 31) at 10pm (EDT) and continuing each Sunday night at 10pm [repeats Friday 8am].  [Doc Chad, guitar, vocal & banjo; Jeb Bishop, trombone; David Menestres, bass; Dave Doyle, mandolin, French horn; Carrie Schull, oboe; Dan Ruccia, viola;  Chris Eubanks, cello; James Gilmore, guitar & Ken Ray Wilemon, drums]

Dr. Chadbourne began this concert series in 2013 at Neptune’s Parlor in downtown Raleigh with Insect And Western Party.  Thanks to the efforts of taintradio producer & longtime Chadbourne bassist David Menestres [Tone Science, Sundays 8pm], we are pleased to present the 2014 concerts for your dining, huffing & dancing pleasure. Enjoy!

09/04 | Rafi Zabor’s Updoc, Fri., 9/5 & Tues., 9/9 | Posted by Bob Rogers

Rafi Zabor’s Updoc, Fri. 9/5 & Tues. 9/9

The photo has nothing to do with the music; I just felt like looking at it. This week’s Updoc—Friday at 8PM and noon next Tuesday, Lower East Side time—features a lot of music one correspondent has written to say she finds it hard to understand without context, but I like Wadada Leo Smith’s ambitious new Great Lakes Suite, without understanding what it has to do with the Lakes individually or all together. Smith’s heraldic trumpet in a band featuring Henry Threadgill, John Lindberg, and a drummer named DeJohnette is enough setup for me. A friend recently sent me back to John Coltrane’s Concert in Japan and he was right: Yamaha’s gift of two alto saxophones put a less lethal weapon in Pharoah Sanders’ hands and give Trane a new wing to soar on: Peace on Earth is Coltrane at his most rapturously and romantically hymnful. Lately I’ve been changing the pace with Mozart piano concertos, especially since coming upon the series by Mitsuko Uchida, Jeffrey Tate and the English Chamber Orchestra, who this week deliver bliss upon bliss on one of the two concertos Mozart composed in the minor mode. Some avant-garde free-jazz types find Mozart the difficult one to get—all that beauty and elegance and mercy and poignancy and wit—but they can get him here. Marilyn Crispell in duet with Louis Moholo and the Art Ensemble in both whispering and screaming mode round out the show and this text is long enough. Hello, I must be going.MarxCrop

09/04 | Downhome With Howling Dick | Posted by Bob Rogers

This week Howling’s sitting up all night in front of the TV, returning quickly to a couple of new arrivals and enjoying an ivory tinkler! What does all this mean? Who knows? Who cares? It’s all a great excuse to listen on Taint to an hour of some of the finest blues ‘n roots you’ll find on the net. Sundays 10am (EDT), Tuesdays 6pm, Thursdays midnight, Saturdays 11pm. See program schedule for archived editions.

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Don Walser – The yodelling cowboy – “well who said it was a blues show??”

Shotgun Boogie Don Walser Rolling Stone from Texas VIDEO
Moonshine Joe Mick Simpson Playing the Losing Hand VIDEO
Love The Way You Roll Alexis P Suter Band Love The Way You Roll VIDEO
Everyday I Have The Blues Pinetop Perkins Down In Mississippi VIDEO
Shuffle St The Bella Reunion Introducing…The Bella Reunion VIDEO
Way Down In The Hole Aidan Miller Aidan Miller VIDEO
Let Your Love Shine Rachelle Coba Mother Blues VIDEO
Never Give Up TJ Norton TJ & The Suitcase VIDEO
Mellow Down Easy Arsen Shomakhov Dynamic VIDEO
Let Your Woman Have Her Way Elvin Bishop Can’t Even Do Wrong Right VIDEO
Bad Thing Carolyn Fe Blues Collective Bad Taboo VIDEO
Midnight Hours Journey Johnny Ace Dust My Rhythm & Blues VIDEO
Knockin’ A Jug Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra Frog Blues & Jazz Annual No3 VIDEO
Moanin’ Gregory Porter, Great Voices of Harlem VIDEO

08/28 | Rafi Zabor’s Updoc, Friday, 8/29 & Tuesday, 9/2 | Posted by Bob Rogers

I end up doing more memorial shows than is comfortable, but it’s happening in the jazz world: a magnificent generation in its seventies and eighties is filing out of the room—we keep tremulously awaiting Who’s Next—so it’s a pleasure to report on someone who didn’t die. Despite a Farewell To note on Facebook, the cellist Abdul Wadud is still bowing and plucking among us. I programmed Dogon A.D., the Julius Hemphill classic to which Wadud contributed so much, anyway, and followed it up with another classic of that jazz generation, the Art Ensemble of Chicago’s People in Sorrow, which I’d almost programmed on Malachi Favors’ birthday, and mine, the week before. Both pieces were recorded during the period in which Wynton Marsalis and Ken Burns declared jazz to have been dead. These are some fine zombies. From there this week’s Updoc—Friday at 8PM and noon next Tuesday, Doggone Brooklyn time—moves on to Bartok’s sonata for solo violin, its daddy the Bach chaconne, and Beethoven’s always disturbing Grosse Fuge, but herewith Updoc breaks new ground: my deejay announcements were made while lying on the floor of an overbooked Amtrak train headed for NY from RI, and then later from a seat, with side-commentary provided by two guys from Luxembourg and a lady from New Rochelle—and this in the quiet car! For the past few months, Kip Hanrahan has been doing the most adventurous show on taintradio or for that matter anywhere, but has he done this? There were people stepping on me, when the show must go on. Yo, Kip: this is a thrown gauntlet, man. I have raised the ante. Your move.DOGONTRAK*

08/21 | Rafi Zabor’s Updoc | Posted by Bob Rogers

Rafi Zabor’s Updoc, Friday 8/22 & Tuesday 8/26

Not much thesis left—Monk’s harmony plus arpeggiating tenorist equals sheets of sound—in this week’s Thelonious Monk-John Coltrane followup show—Friday at 8PM and noon next Tuesday, Five Spot time—but I did want to get to some of the live tracks from Carnegie Hall and the Five Spot that didn’t air last week. The atmosphere gets very complex and crowded with those guys playing together, and last week I skipped to later Trane and a Mozart concerto for a breath of different air. This week I wanted to hear women sing: Nellie McKay, Nina Simone, Blossom Dearie, Shiela Jordan, Laurie Anderson, Cecile McLorin Salvant, Stacey Kent, Abbey Lincoln and of course Lady Day, among others still. Miles Davis drops in too, and so might you. You’reREDBLUETM most welcome.


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