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01/21 | Playlist (partial) 1/20/18 | Posted by Bob Rogers

Adam Shulman, The Night We Called It A Day (Full Tilt)

Fast ‘N’ Bulbous, Trust Us (Waxed Oop)

Aram Bajakian & Julia Ulehla, Es, lasko, lasko (Dalava)

Jane Ira Bloom, A More Beautiful Question (Mental Warrior)

David K. Mathews, Ruby (The Fantasy Vocal Session Vol. 1)
Revolutionary Snake Ensemble, A Call For All Demons (Year of the Snake)
Jimmy Giuffre, Paul Bley, Steve Swallow, Possibilities (Fly Away Little Bird)
Matana Roberts, River Ruby Dues (Coin Coin Two: Mississippi Moonchile)
Marc Johnson & Eric Longsworth, Reprise (Ton Sur Ton)
Marcus Belgrave, Once Again (Marcus, Charles & Joan)
Fred Hersch, Both Sides Now (Solo)
Astor Piazzolla, Milonga For Three (The Rough Dancer and the Cyclical Night)
Cuarto Cedron, Milonga para amar
David K. Mathews, I Want To Talk About You (The Fantasy Vocal Session Vol. 1)
Sun Ra, title (Reflections in Blue)
John Esposito, title (The Blue People)
Roswell Rudd, Tres, Cuarto (El Espirito Jlbaro)
Matt Wilson, Snatch of Sliphorn Jazz (Honey & Salt)
BC Double Quintet, Zattitude (Departure)
Mary Halvorson & Jessica Pavone, Saturn (Departure of Reason)
Maya Beiser, Only Breath II (Provenance)
The Lounge Lizards, Do The Wrong Thing (The Lounge Lizards)
Fay Victor, Nico (Lazy Old Sun)
Vijay Iyer, Black & Tan Fantasy (Solo)
Roswell Rudd, September Song (Trombone For Lovers)
Julius Hemphill, Homeboy Tootin’ At The Dog/Star (Blue Boye)
Ben Goldberg, Breathing Room (Unfold Ordinary Mind)
Darcy James Argue, Coney Island (Brooklyn Babylon)
Armando Garzon w/Quinteto Oriete, Se Mi Pedieras Querer (Boleros)
Scott Hamilton, Nel Blue Dipento Di Blue (Live at Pyatt Hall)
Olu Dara, Bubber (In The World From Natchez To New York)
Allison Miller, Rockin’ Chair (Boom Tic Boom)
Archie Shepp & Roswell Rudd, Keep Your Heart Right (Live in New York)
Eric Mingus, Railroad Avenue (Langston Hughes: The Dream Keeper)
Gene Ammons, The Twister (Jammin’ in HiFi…)
Marlene VerPlank, Five Brothers (What’s The Rush)
Angelica Sanchez, Wisteria (Mirror Me)
Leslie Pintchik, Happy Dog (You Eat My Food, You Drink My Win, You Steal My Girl
David Gilmore, Nine: Dispersion (Numerology – Live At Jazz Standard)
Chris Dingman, Manhattan Bridge (Waking Dreams)
Tete Montoliu, I Can’t Get Started (Momentos Inolvidables)
Blind Willie McTell, Stateboro Blues
Maria Schneider, Walking By Flashlight (The Thompson Fields)
Gene Ammons, Hittin’ the Jug (Boss Tenor)
Armando Garzon, Dos Gardenias (Boleros)
Danny Fox, Emotional Baggage Carousel (The Great Nostalgist)
Marlene VerPlanck, You Fascinate Me So (Ballads…Mostly)
Rudresh Mahanthoppa, Maybe Later (Birdcalls)
Wadada Leo Smith, Condor (Golden Hearts Remembrance)
Luciana Souza, Insomnia (The Poems of Elizabeth Bishop and Other Songs)

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01/14 | Playlist (partial) 01/13/18 | Posted by Bob Rogers

Joe Henderson, Flamenco Sketches (So Near, So Far)

Guillermo Klein, Suite Jasmin: Si No Sables 9/8 (Los Gauchos V)

Carla Bley, Old McDonald Had A Farm (Looking For America)

Rudresh Mahanthoppa, Are There Clouds In India? (Gamak)

Henry Threadgill, Burnt Til Recognition (Everybody’s Mouth’s a Book)

Ethan Iverson, The Inevitable Wall (Construction Zone)

Ab Baars, Ig Henneman & Misha Mengelberg, Sliptong (Soundtrack)

Theo Bleckmann, Late, By Myself (At Night)

Brooklyn Rider, Sequence for Minor White (Spontaneous Symbols)

Barry Altschul w/Ira Irabagon & Joe Fonda, Martin’s Stew (Live in Krakow)

Luna Pena, Ausencia (Archivo Pittoresco)

Ornette Coleman, Mothers of the Veil (In Every Language)

Frank Catalano, Chicago Eddy (Bye Bye Blackbird)

Dom Minasi & Michael Jefry Stevens, Autumn’s Ballet, mvmt 1(Angel’s Dance)

Roswell Rudd, Tres, Cuatro (El Espirit Jabero)

Ljova, Bila Hata (Lost in Kino)

Jen Shyu, Door 9: Contemplation (Song of Silver Geese)

Gene Ammons & Sonny Stitt, The One Before This (Boss Tenors: Straight Ahead from Chicago)

Steve Hobbs, The Craving Phenomenon (Tribute  To Bobby)

Keefe Jackson, Wind-up Toy (Just Like This)

Kate McGarry, Fair Weather (The Subject Tonight Is Love)

Gerald Wilson, I Concentrate On You (Monterey Moods)

Tara Fuki, Widze Widze (Piosenki Do Snu)

Booker Little, We Speak

Marc Johnson & Eric Longworth, Reve-A-Ca (If Trees Could Fly)

Christian McBride, In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning (Bringin’ It)

Archie Shepp & Attica Blues Orchestra, Ballad For A Child (I Hear The Sound)

Roswell Rudd, Tennessee Waltz (Trombone for Lovers)

Charles Lloyd, How Can I Tell You (Passin’ Thru)

Brian Groder, Haiti-B (Reflexology)

Mario Pavone, Alban Berg (Street Songs)

Tadd Dameron, Flossie Lou (Fountainbleau)

Andrew Hill, Ball Square (Dusk)

Billy Bang, Don’s Dream (Bang On)

Leslie Pintchik, Hopperesque (You Eat My Food, You Drink My Wine, You Steal My Girl)

Mal Waldron, Jean Pierre (My Dear Family)

Darius Jones, Cry Out (Man’ish Boy)

Other Dimensions In Music (Roy Campbell, Daniel Carter, Wm. Parker, Charles Downs, Fay Victor), Refried Saltfish

Fay Victor, It’s Coming (Cartwheels Through The Cosmos)

Klang!! [James Falzone], The Already And The Not Yet (Other Doors)

Angelica Sanchez, Fresh Hell (Mirror Me)

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01/10 | Playlist (partial): 01/09/18 | Posted by Bob Rogers

Jimmy Giuffre, Paul Bley, Steve Swallow, title (Fly Away Little Bird)

Bret Higgins, title (Atlas Revolt)

Duke Ellington, Pie Eye’s Blues (Blues in Orbit)

Gene Ammons, Hittin’ the Jug (Boss Tenor)

Kurt Rosenwinkel, Zhivago (Our Secret World)

Aurelo Naguya Nel (Darandi)

John Hollenbeck, The Snow Is Deep On The Ground (Songs We Like A Lot)

Nick Mazzarella, Pistachio (Aviary)

Jimmy Giuffre, I Only Have Eyes For You

Randy Weston, The Three Pyramids & The Sphinx (Saga)

Eric Mingus, In Time Of Silver Rain (Langston Hughes: The Dream Keeper)

Kid Ory’s Creole Jazz Band, Royal Garden Blues

Jellyroll Morton, Winin’ Boy Blues

Roswell Rudd, C’etaot dans a nuit (The Incredible Honk)

Beat Kaestli, September Song (Far From Home)

Johnny Otis, Dog Face Boy Part Two (The Legendary DIG Masters: Creepin’ With The Cats)

Hank Mobley, title (No Room For Squares)

Craig Taborn, Part Two (Bodies We Came Out Of)

Anthony Coleman, Ladino Passagoglia (Sephardic Tinge)

David K. Matthews feat. Tony Lindsey, When Sunny Gets Blue (The Fantasy Vocal Sessions, Vol. 11)

Roberto Proveda, Pakete (Brooklyn Nights)

Concha Buika, Ojes Verdes (Mi Nina Lola)

Jeb Bishop, Harris Eisenstadt, Jason Roebke, Piggly-Wiggly (Tiebreaker)

Lucky Thompson, Love And Respect (Lord, Lord, Am I Ever Gonna Know?)

Marc Ribot, Merengue (… plays Solo Guitar Works of Frantzx Casseus)

Joel Harrison, Twelve Gates To The City (Free Country)

Fred Hersch, And So It Goes (Open Book)

Kenny Clarke, Willow Weep For Me (Bohemia After Dark)

Jean-Michel Pilc, Tableau No. 1 (Etude)

Jane Bunnett & Don Pullen, Ginestera (New York Duets)

Dewey Redman, The Very Thought Of You (In London)

Benny Fox, Emotional Baggage Carousel (The Great Nostalgist)

Anthony Cox, Malik (Dark Metals)

Jeff Parker, Plain Song (Like-Coping)

Red Mitchell & Joe Beck, Tenderly (Live At Salishan)

Wadada Leo Smith, Condor (Golden Hearts Remembrance)

Gerald Veasley, Better Get Hit In Your Soul (…Electric Mingus Project)

Cecil Payne & Duke Jordan, I Want To Talk About You (Brooklyn Brothers)

Matthew Shipp, Sama 1 (SAMA)

Klang, Shevitz’s Dream (Other Doors)

Louis Armstrong & Duke Ellington, The Mooche (The Great Summit)

Guillermo Klein, Suite Jasmin: Si No Sabes 4/4

Kate McGarry, Indian Summer (The Subject Tonight Is Love)
Sam Rivers, Adam Rudolph & Harris Eisenstadt, Specular (Vista)
Nate Wooley & Ken Vandermark, Deconstructed Folks [for John Carter & Bobby Bradford (East By Northwest)
Nels Cline & Julian Lage, Calder (Room)
Roswell Rudd, Tennessee Waltz (Trombone For Lovers)
Eric Friedlander, O Stern Mathematics (Malodor)
Lena Bloch, Marshwallow (Feathery)
Pandelis Karayoygis, Ledger (Afterimage)
Peter Evans, For ICP (In Lisbon)
Hank Mobley, Venus DiMildew
Andrew Hill, Bell Square (Dusk)
Otis Spann, Otis In The Dark
Stephen Riley & Peter Zak, Alice In Wonderland (Haunted Heart)
William Parker, Villages, Greeting And Prayer (For Those Who Are, Still)

and the following programs:

The New Edge (Ken Field)

Tone Science (David Menestres)

Sounds of Blue (Bob Putignagno)

Updoc (Rafi Zabor)

Songs On Toast (Brian Cullman)

Beyond the Grooveyard (George Klein)

One Man’s Jazz (Maurice Hogue)

Jubilation Jazz (Ken Irwin)

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12/31 | Playlist (partial) – 12/30/17 | Posted by Bob Rogers

Paul Austerlitz, Two Poems (Journey)
Hank Mobley, title (No Room For Squares)
Andrew Hill, Darn That Dream (Verona Rag)
Kurt Rosenwinkle, Thought About You (Heartcore)
Jen Shyu, Door 9: Contemplation (Song of Silver Geese)
Sonny Rollins, I’ve Grown Accustomed To Your Face (Rollins Plays For Bird)
Jimmy Giuffre, I Only Have Eyes For You (The Cool One)
Lula Pena, Ausencia (Archivo Pittoresco)
Jimmy Scott, Angel Eyes (All The Way)
Oran Etkin w/Ben Allison & Curtis Fowlkes, Takeda (Gathering Light)
Jane Ira Bloom, Rhyme Or Rhythm (Americana)
Sekou Sundiata, title (Longstoryshort)
CeU, Bobogem (CeU)
Vassilis Tsabroupolos, Song of Gratitude (Melos)
Roy Nathanson, London Story (Soto Voce)
Rick Davies Thugtet, Rickeando (Rick Davies Thugtet)
Kip Hanrahan, In Olinda, She Calmly Explained the Use of the Reflexive… (Crescent Moon Waning)
Leonard Patton, Up Jumped Spring (A Beautiful Day)
Jimmy Giuffre,Paul Bley, Steve Swallow, title (Fly Away Little Bird)
Gary Bartz Quartet w/Leon Thomas, Cousin Mary (Precious Energy – Live at Ethel’s)
Yusef Lateef, P-Bouk (Live at Pep’s Vol. 2)
Happyland Band, Won’t It Be Sad? (Saint’s Paradise)
Taint Town Live (Bob Rogers)
Surplus Value / History of the Mic (Kip Hanrahan)
Martian Gardens (Max Shea)
RootsWorld Radio (Cliff Furnald)
Jazz Worldwide (Michael Stone)
Songs on Toast (Brian Cullman)
The Vinyl Side of Midnight (Mike Stratton)
Analog & More (Barry Portier)

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12/23 | Playlist (partial) 12/23/17 | Posted by Bob Rogers

Nino Rota, La Notti De Carbine (Fellini & Rota)
Juan Falu, Taficena
Bill Dixon w/Barry Guy Tony Oxley & William Parker, Tableau
Bill Cunliffe, The Three-Cornered Hat (Bachanlia)
Matthew Golombinsky, Cuento #1 (Third Coast)
Henry Butler, A Winter’s Blues (For All Seasons)
Brian Blade, Traveling Mercies (Body and Shadow)
Luis Perdomo, Three Card Molly (Links)
Oran Etkin, Nama (Kelenia)
Jane Ira Bloom, Further Into The Night (Art & Aviation)
Kurt Rosenwinkel, Thought About You (Heartcore)
Johnny Hodges, Jeep’s Blues (Everybody Knows Johnny Hodges)
The Exposed Blues Duo (Fay Victor & Anders Nilsson), If I Had My Way (Bare)
Lena Bloch, Marshmallow (Feathery)
Sharon Isbin, Leucona: Canto Siboney (Dreams of a World)
Roswell Rudd, Bridle Ringing (Blue Mongol)
Tcuma Bradley, Grocer’s Delight
Jason Adasiewicz, Overtones of China (Sun Rooms)
Lucas Pino, A Morning Walk (No Net Nonet)
James Blood Ulmer, Nobody But You (Blues Preacher)
Harry Manx & Kevin Breit, Steal 6 (In Good We Trust)
Stephen Riley, Bluesette (Inside Out)
Tin Hat Trio, Fear of the South (The Rodeo Eroded)
Catherine Russell, I’m Checkin’ Out, Goombye (Strictly Romancin’)
World Saxophone Quartet, Night Train (Rhythm and Blues)
Conjure, Petit Kid Everett (Cab Calloway Stands in for the Moon)
Angele DuBeau & La Pieta, The Hours Suite, Mvmt. II (Glass: Portrait)
Olu Dara, Untitled 3 (Creative Music Studio, Archive Selections, Vol. I)
Vijay Iyer & Wadada Leo Smith, Marian Anderson (A Cosmic Rhythm With Each Stroke)
Paul Austerlitz & Michael S. Harper, If You Don’t Force It (Double Take)
Roswell Rudd w/Fay Victor, Struttin’ With Some Barbeque (Trombone For Lovers)
Jim White, King of the Road (No Such Place)
Ran Blake, Old Devil Moon (Unmarked Van)
Count Basie, Midnight Blue (The Complete Atomic Basie)
Frank Carlberg & Christine Correa, These Foolish Things (Ugly Beauty)
Ely Guerra w/Marc Ribot, Profunidad (Lotofire)
Roswell Rudd, One Twilight (The Unheard Herbie Nichols)
Roswell Rudd & Steve Lacy, Skippy (School Days)
Paul Bollenback, Dark Eyes of Floria Tosca (Brightness of Being)
Roswell Rudd, Freudian Frolics/Prancin’ Pretty Women (The Unheard Herbie Nichols
Kamau Daaood, World Music (Leimert Park)
Henry Threadgill, Silver and Gold Baby, Silver and Gold (You Know the Number)
Jeanne Lee and Ran Blake, Where Flamingos Fly (The Newest Sound Around)
Stephen Riley & Peter Zak, Alice In Wonderland (Haunted Heart)
Louis Armstrong, Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea
Lucian Ban, Chakra The Island (Songs From Afar)
Craig Taborn, Hot Blood (Chants)
Frank Kimbrough, The Sunflower (Solstice)
Fats Navarro, Good Bait (… w/the Tadd Dameron Band)
Archie Shepp and Attica Blues Orchestra, Mama Too Tight ( I Hear the Sound)
Andrew Cyrille w/Wadada Leo Smith, Nostalgia in Times Square

Lena Bloch, Munir (Heart Knows)
Harris Eisenstadt, The Arrangement of Unequal Things (Golden State II)
Enrico Rava, Interiors (New York Days)

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12/19 | Playlist (partial): 12/18/17 | Posted by Bob Rogers

Michelle Rosewoman, We Are (Occasion To Rise)
Matthew Shipp, Portal (Equilibrium)
On Ka’a Davis, Splendor (Secrets of Djuke)
Roosevelt Sykes, The Honeydripper
Sandy Evans and Friends, The Agile Wallaby
Kahil El Zabar, Ornette (Renaissance of the Resistance)
Derek Bailey, Writing Is An Aid To The Memory (Poetry & Playing)
Mavis Staples, Sow Good Seeds (One True Vine)
Roswell Rudd, Freudian Follies (The Unheard Herbie Nichols)
Rudresh Mahanthappa, Tamil (Mother Tongue)
Jeremy Udden, Jeremy (Belleville Project)
Bakersfield New Music Collective, I Care If You Listen (Bakersfield New Music Collective)
Roy Campbell, Pharoah’s Revenge, Pt. 1 (Akhanaten Suite: Live at Vision Fest VII
Galen Weston, Elements (The Space Between)
Branford Marsalis, B’s Paris Blues (Romare Bearden Revealed)
Brian Groder & Burton Greene (Groder & Greene)
Jimmy Greene, Maybe (Beautiful Life)
Andrew Cyrille w/Wadada Leo Smith, John Lindberg, Larry Ochs, Waltz To Four
Russ Lossing, Adam Kolker, John Hebert, Kidsong (Change of Time)
Mal Waldron, Willow Weep For Me (Free At Last)
Kip Hanrahan, Andy Laughs at One of the Few Golden Veins in our Bronx Childhood (Crescent Moon Waning)
Lisa Sokolov, You Go To My Head (A Quiet Thing)
Maciej Fortuna, title (Lost Keys)
Kenny Dorham, When Sunny Gets Blue (The Memorial Album)
Duke Ellington, Pie Eye’s Blues (Blues In Orbit)
Lena Bloch, Lateef Suite (Heart Knows)
Nicole Mitchell, Awakening
Steve Johns, Mixing (Family)
Angele Dubeau, The Hours Suite: Mvt. II (Glass: Portrait)
Mem Shannon, SUV
Matthew Shipp, Rocket Shipp (Nu Bop)
Jane Bunnett & Don Pullen, Ginestra (New York Duets)
Kenny Barron & Dave Holland, Dr. Do-Right (The Art of Conversation)
Vijay Iyer & Wadada Leo Smith, Marian Anderson (A Cosmic Rhythm With Each Stroke)
James Blood Ulmer, Dance in the Dark – Music Is My Life (…plays the music of Ornette Coleman)
Bix Beiderbecke, Royal Garden Blues
Woody Shaw, Seventh Avenue (Stepping Stone: …live at the Village Vanguard)
Henry Threadgill, Tomorrow Sunny
New Jungle Orchestra, Song for the Swan
Sirius Quartet, Racing Mind (Paths Become Lines)
Myra Melford & Ben Goldberg, Your Life Here (Dialogue)
Stephen Riley & Peter Zak, Isfahan (Haunted Heart)

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What do you mean, you can’t dance to it? – Hal Russell

12/18 | Max Shea’s Martian Gardens, Ep. 147 | Posted by Bob Rogers

Martian Gardens Episode 147
Recorded at Max’s home studio,
Amherst, Massachusetts
December 14, 2017
Contact Max Shea:
(or just leave a comment below)
Listen: Where and When
Valley Free Radio WXOJ 103.3 FM
Taint Radio

Hour 1

Julius Eastman: The Zürich Concert (excerpt)
The Zürich Concert
New World Records/2017
piano, voice: Julius Eastman; recorded at the Aula Rämibühl gallery, Zürich, Switzerland, October 25, 1980; produced by Paul Tai and Mary Jane Leach; excerpt time: 11:47

Olivier Messiaen: Le Courlis cendré (The Eurasian Curlew)
from Catalogue D’Oiseaux
Complete Works for Piano Volume 1 — Birdsong
Centaur Records/2001
piano: Paul S. Kim; recorded January 2001, Patrych Sound, New York City, composition years: 1956-1958; time: 9:57

In memory of the 25th anniversary of Messiaen‘s passing.

ZAWA!: Pan et les Oiseaux (J. Mouquet )
ZAWA! (various composers)
Neuma Records/2001
flutes: ZAWA! (Jill Felber; Claudia Anderson); piano: Betty Oberacker; pieces on ZAWA! recorded at Kerr Hall, University of California Santa Barbara, 1997–2000; composer (Pan et les Oiseaux): Jules Mouquet; composition year: 1904; time: 6:23

Sten Hanson: 8 Variations on a Polska from Hammerdal
Electroacoustic Music by Sten Hanson
Mnémosyne Musique Media/2001
electroacoustic music, willow flute samples: Sten Hanson; realized at the studios of the Stockholm National Institute of Electroacoustic Music, 1996; time: 7:40

Joane Hétu & Ensemble SuperMusique: selections from La Neige
a. Neige 1-2 (5:14)
b. Neige 5-3 (3:51)
c. Neige 4-2 (3:30)
Récits de neige
Ambiances Magnetiques/2010
performed by Ensemble SuperMusique, recorded at Théâtre La Chapelle, Montreal, 2008; texts: a: Dyane Raymond, b: Lise Hétu, c: Luc Proulx; total selections time: 12:33

Robert Frost: Dust of Snow
read by Robert Frost, recorded May 5, 1933; first published as “Favour” in the London Mercury, December 1920; time: 0:21

Hour 2

George Crumb: Yesteryear*
Complete Crumb Edition Volume 18
Bridge Records/2017
mezzo-soprano: Tony Arnold; amplified piano: Marcantonio Barone; percussion: David Nelson; percussion: William Kerrigan; recorded at Lang Performing Arts Center, Swarthmore College, June 2016; composition years: 2005, revised 2013; time: 10:59
*inspired by François Villon’s “Ballade des dames du temps jadis,” first stanza, last line —
“Mais où sont les neiges d’antan!”

Anne LeBaron: Selections from Crescent City Act I*
e. Marie invokes the Loa (11:49)
f. Cop discovers Marie’s body (3:20)
g. Deadly Belle’s First Turn (5:04)
Crescent City — A Hyperopera
Innova Recordings/2014
music and electronics: Anne LeBaron; director: Yuval Sharon; conductor: Marc Lowenstein; libretto: Doug Kearney; composition year: 2012; recorded at Atwater Crossing, Los Angeles, May 26-27, 2012; total selections time: 20:03
*continued from Episode 912, Hour 2; to be continued in Episode 913, Hour 2

Neely Bruce: selections from The Plague*
The Plague — A Commentary on the work of the Fourth Horseman
VI. Madrigals (3:02)
VII. Chemical Pollution (3:01)
VIII. The Plague Spreads (5:29)
IX. The Canticles of Habakkuk (3:30)
X. Hamburger Power (2:10)
XI. The Powers of the Plague with “The Death of The Rats” (5:08)**
The Plague & Other Vocal Works (The Electric Phoenix sing Neely Bruce)
Mode Records/1991
bass guitar, keyboards, synthesizers: Daryl Runswick; keyboards, synthesizers: Neely Bruce; rhythm guitar: Ray Russell; drums: John Marshall; Electric Phoenix (soprano: Judith Rees; mezzo-soprano: Linda Hirst; tenor: Daryl Runswick; bass: Terry Edwards); texts: Neely Bruce; Revelation 6:7,8; the book of Habakkuk Song of the Flagellants (trad.); The Decameron, The Doctor’s Art (anon.); Shih Tao-Nan, “The Death of Rats,” Tony Connor, recorded at October Sound Studios, London, 1984-1985; total selections time: 16:24
*continued from Episode 912, Hour 2
**XI postponed until Episode 913, Hour 1, on broadcast version

Elizabeth Parker: Doctors To Be (main theme)*
BBC Radiophonic Workshop — A Retrospective (various artists)
BBC Music/2008
electronic music: Elizabeth Parker; cello: Peter Esswood; composition year: 1991; time: 1:12
*broadcast version only

Hour 3

Dan Trueman: Spring Rhythm
Machine Language
Bridge Records/2004
The Brentano String Quartet (violins: Mark Steinberg, Serena Canin; viola: Misha Amory; cello: Nina Lee); composition year: 2002: time: 12:44

Joan La Barbara: Autumn Signal
The Early Immersive Music of Joan La Barbara
Mode Records/2017
extended vocals, electroacoustic vocals, respirations, Buchla synthesizer: Joan La Barbara; premiered at Metamusic Festival, Berlin, October 22, 1978; new 2017 stereo mix; time: 13:18

Maggi Payne: Arctic Winds
Arctic Winds
Innova Recordings/2010
dry ice, ball bearings, drum heads, sound processing: Maggi Payne; recorded at the Center for Contemporary Music, Mills College; composition year: 2007; time: 9:51

Natasha Barrett: Gentle Sediment (Barely: Part 3)
Bouteilles de Klein
empreintes DIGITALes/2010
recorded at the composer’s studio, Oslo, Norway, premiered at the 38th Festival Synthèse, Bourges, France, June 4, 2008;Barely Project composition years: 2006-2008; excerpt time: 9:35

Jonty Harrison: Going/Places (tracks 6 & 7)
a. Wind, tourists, and arctic birds, Snæfellsnes peninsula, Iceland (1:50)
b. Subterranean hydrological/glaciological activity, sólheimajökull glacier, Iceland (2:10)
empreintes DIGITALes/2015
electroacoustic music on 32-track tape; premiered at hcmf// 2015: 16. Jonty Harrison, Phipps Concert Hall, University of Huddersfield, UK, November 25, 2015; total selections time: 4:00

Judith Shatin: Homemade Music
JKR Pass 3 — Music for Jim Randall‘s 75th Birthday [various artists]
Open Space/2007
percussive sounds, electronics: Judith Shatin; composition year: 2004; time: 3:08

Judith Shatin: Glimmerings
60 x 60 2005 (various artists)
Vox Novus/2005
percussive sounds, electronics: Judith Shatin; composition year: 2004; time: 1:00

— FIN —

11/30 | Playlist (partial) 11/30/17 | Posted by Bob Rogers

Bakersfield New Music Collective, Stones (Bakersfield New Music Collective)
Martynas Parlez-Moi d’Amour (Martynas)
Orchestra Baobab, Gnowoe (Specialists in All Styles)
Mose Allison, Everybody Cryin’ Mercy
David Virelles, Short Story For Piano (Continuum)
Charles Mingus, Fifty-First Street Blues (East Coasting)
Yasmin Levy, Gracia a la vica (LaJuderia: Ladino Meets Flamenco)
Vijay Iyer & Wadada Leo Smith, The Empty Mind Receives (A Cosmic Rhythm With Each Stroke)
Charles Lloyd, Ruby My Dear (Mirrors)
Alfredo Triff, Front And Back (21 Broken Melodies At Once)
Myra Melford & Ben Goldberg, 1 Through 8 (Dialogue)
Andrew Cyrille w/John Lindberg, Wadada Leo Smith & Larry Ochs, Waltz Four
Mahmoud Ahmed, Tezeta Garedew (Live In Paris)
Anthony Coleman, Bert Williams (Sephardic Tinge)
Bitter Funeral Beer Band, Blekete (Live in Nurmberg)
William Parker, Poem For June Jordan (Sound Unity)
Harry Partch New Band w/Robert Osborne, Before the Last Laugh
Kamau Daaood, Army Of Healers (Leimert Park)
Aldo Ciccelini, Triana (Albenitz: Iberia, Book 2)
Eric Mingus, Railroad Avenue (Langston Hughes: The Dream Keeper)
Michael Mussilami, Max’s Wolf Suit (Pride)
Jeremy Suskind, Vanished Music, Twilit Water (Finger-Songwriter)
Laszlo Gardony, Forward March (Serious Play)
Alfredo Rodriguez, Gitanerias (Tocororo)
Erik Friedlander, Small Things (Rings)
Billie & DeDe Pierce, Panama (Gulf Coast Blues)
Ellery Eskelin, Andrea Parkins & Jim Black, We See (The Secret Museum)
Myra Melford Be Bread, To The Roof (The Image Of Your Body)
Evan Lurie, The Orderly Retreat (Selling Water By The Side Of The River)
The Tiger Lillies w/Kronos Quartet, Gin (The Gorey End)
Kris Davis, B Side (Good Citizen)
Julia Sarr & Patrice Larose, Sanai Dagan (Set Luna)
Stephen Riley & Peter Zak, title (Haunted Heart)
Mette Henriette, All Ears (Mette Henriette)
William Parker & Hamid Drake, Nur al Anwar (Piercing the Veil)

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11/26 | Playlist (partial): 11/25/17 | Posted by Bob Rogers

Paul Jones, Dirty Curty (Clean)

Anat Cohen, title (Place & Time)
Matana Roberts, Ruby River Dues (Coin Coin Two: Mississippi Moonchile)
Van Morrison, Foggy Day (Versatile)
Laszlo Gardony, Truth To Power (Serious Play)
Tampa Red & Big Maceo, Can’t You Read
Gerald Cannon, One for Amos (Combinations)
Eric Mingus, In Time of Silver Rain (Langston Hughes: The Dream Keeper)
Craig Taborn, I Cover the Waterfront (Light Made Lighter)
Kries, Sestrua Pavlova (Selo Na Okule/Village Tales)
Thad Jones, Slipped Again (Compl. Blue Notes-Roulette Recordings)
Evey Vilner, Sevivon (Hanukkah)
Esborn Svensson Trio, The Goldheard Miner (Live in Hamburg)
Frank Carlberg, Night And Day (Variations on a Summer Day)
Johnny Adams, Blue Gardenia (The Great Johnny Adams Jazz Album)
Stephen Riley & Peter Zak, title (Haunted Heart)
Darius Jones & Matthew Shipp, Divine Engine (The Darkseid Recital)
Cecil Taylor, Tales (Unit Structures)
Ellery Eskelin, Ca’Purange (The Sun Died)
David Virelles, The Executioner (Continuum)
Rob Reddy, Chant in the Night (Bechet: Our Contemporary)
Steve Dalachinsky & Frederico Ughi, We Play Just Like Dominos (I Thought It Was the End of the World…)
Craig Taborn, Beat the Ground (Chants)
Jimmy Chamberlin, title (The Parable)
Eric Friedlander, He Contemplates the Moon (Malador)
Gato Libre, Tora (Neko)
Michel Camilo, The Frim Fram Sauce (Live in London)
Harrison Bankhead, Over Under Inside Out (Morning Sun Harvest Moon)
Fat Waller, Brother Seek And Ye Shall Find
Enrico Rava, Interiors (New York Days)
Jen Shyu, Door 6: World of Wehati (Song of Silver Geese)

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11/25 | Martian Gardens, Ep. 143 | Posted by Bob Rogers

Saturday, 11/25/17 – 3-6AM (Eastern)

Hour 1

Roger Reynolds: The Vanity of Words
Personae/The Vanity of Words/Variations
Neuma Records/1992
baritone: Philip Larson; computer processing: Roger Reynolds; text: Milan Kundera; recorded at Studio A, University of California, San Diego, composition year: 1986; time: 20:12

János Négyesy and Päivikki Nykter: Flexure (R. S. Thompson)
Works for Two Violins (various composers)
Dedications to János Négyesy and Päivikki Nykter
Aucourant Records/2000
Recorded at Warren Studios, University of California, San Diego, 1999; violins: János Négyesy, Päivikki Nykter; composer: Robert Scott Thompson; composition year: 1999; time:8:40

Jon Rose: selections from the Hyperstring Project
a. Chuggalug (2:27)
b. Hitting the Wall at 100 MPH (5:35)
The Hyperstring Project — New Dynamic of Rogue Counterpoint
ReR Megacorp/1999
interactive bow, MIDI bow, whipolin, strings, digital, Steim, space violins, virtual violin: Jon Rose; total time: 8:02

John Oswald: selections from Plexure
a. Zoom (Sinead O’Connick, Jr. — 1. Alone/2. Gogh) (1:20)
b. Cyfer (Depeche Mould) (1:44)
plunderphonics: John Oswald; realized at Mystery Lab, Toronto, 1992, 1993; total time: 3:04

Ross Feller: Retracing
Innova Recordings/2017
(for violin and electroacoustic sound); violin: Dorothy Martirano; recorded in Champaign, Illinois; composition year: 2009; time:8:37

Salvatore Martirano: Electronic Dance No. 1
CDCM Computer Music Series Volume 22 — A Salvatore Martirano Retrospective
Centaur Records/1995
recorded at the Taylor Street San Francisco Tape Music Center, 1962; time: 1:36

Laurie Spiegel: Three Sonic Spaces No. 1
Unseen Worlds
Scarlet Records/1991
computer programming, digital synthesis, sequencers, Music Mouse: Laurie Spiegel; composition years: 1988-1990; time: 1:36

Hour 2

Noah Creshevsky: Quaestio
Hyperrealist Music 2011-2015
EM Records/2015
electroacoustic music: Noah Creshevsky; composition year: 2014; time: 4:26

Charles Wuorinen: The Wild Turkey
from “It Happens Like This,” Cantata for Four Singers and Twelve Players on Poems of James Tate
Charles Wuorinen, Vol. 3
Bridge Records/2017
soprano: Sharon Harms; alto: Laura Mercado-Wright; tenor: Steven Brennfleck; bass: Douglas Williams; The Group for Contemporary Music, conductor: Charles Wuorinen; text: James Tate; recorded at the American Academy of Arts & Letters, New York City, composition year: 2010; selection time: 7:12

Elliott Carter: Mad Regales
I. 8 Haiku (2:37)
II. Meditations of a Parrot (1:16)
III. At North Farm (2:52)
Music of Elliott Carter, Volume 8 — (16 Compositions, 2002-2009)
Bridge Records/2010
BBC Singers — soprano: Emma Tring; mezzo-soprano: Siân Menna; alto: Rebecca Lodge; tenor: Edward Goater; baritone: Edward Price; bass: Charles Gibbs; text: John Ashbery; recorded by BBC Radio 3, Barbican Hall, London, December 16, 2016; composition year: 2007; total time: 7:02

Langston Hughes:
a. Daybreak in Alabama (2:29)
b. Reverie on the Harlem River (1:22)
The Dream Keeper
Mode Records/2017
intoning voice: Eric Mingus; piano: David Amram; soprano saxophone: Catherine Sikora; alto saxophone, soprano saxophone, contra-alto clarinet: Don Davis; flute, Native American flute: Cynthia Chatis; Hammond organ: Scip Gallant; bass: Chris Stambaugh; drums: Mike Barron; percussion: Shawn Russell, Frank Laurino; guitar, music director, arranger: David Simon; texts: Langston Hughes; recorded at Thundering Sky Studio, South Berwick, Maine, April 2012; total time: 3:51

Langston Hughes: Simple Prays a Prayer
The Voice of Langston Hughes
Smithsonian Folkways/1995
voice: Langston Hughes; first published September 15, 1945, Chicago Defender; time: 1:42

Evan Ziporyn: Tsmindao Ghmerto
Bang On A Can Classics
Cantaloupe Music/2002
bass clarinet: Evan Ziporyn; recorded at the Hit Factory, New York City, October 1995; composition year: 1994; time: 4:00

Mary Simoni: Doxology
Alternating Currents [various artists]
Electronic Music from the University of Michigan
Centaur Records/2000
electronic music, processing: Mary Simoni; Gregorian chant: Dennis Keller, St. Mary’s Parish, Pickney, Michigan; recorded at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1998; time: 4:17

Phil Kline: Hear My Prayer
John The Revelator — A Mass for Six Voices
Cantaloupe Music/2008
Lionheart vocal group; Ethel string quartet; recorded at the Church of St. Luke’s in the Fields, Greenwich Village, August 2007; text: Psalm 102; arr. Phil Kline; time: 2:42

Haissmavourk Choir: Hyer mer (The Lord’s Prayer) (trad.)
The Music of Armenia, Volume One, Sacred Choral Music
Celestial Harmonies/1995
Haissmavourk Choir, conductor: Mihran Ghazelian; recorded at the Geghard Monastery, Kotayk province, Armenia; time:2:42

Peter Garland: Night Song (from Blessingway)
The Birthday Party
New World Records/2017
piano: Aki Takahashi; recorded at Oktaven Audio, Mount Vernon, New York, July 29 — June 1, 2016; composition years: 2011-2012; selection time: 8:07

Gordon Mumma: Perspective 1 (from 3 Perspectives)
Music for Solo Piano (1960-2001)
New World Records/2008
piano: Daan Vandewalle; recorded at German Radio, Frankfurt, May 2007; composition years: 1966-1996; time: 0:44

Hour 3

David Rosenboom: HMBIPRHLOTP Section IV (Life)
How Much Better If Plymouth Rock Had Landed on the Pilgrims
New World Records/2009
cellos: Erika Duke-Kirkpatrick; G and C piccolos, E-flat adn B-flat contrabass clarinets, soprillo and sopranino saxophones, 1.4 shukhachi: Vinny Golia; field recordings of wild life in Central Park: David Rosenboom; studio recordings made at Dizzy Gillespie Digital Recording Studio the Disney Recital Hall Recording Studio at The Herb Alpert School of Music, California Institute of the Arts, and David Rosenboom’s studio, 2008-2009; original composition years: 1969-1971; time: 9:04

Darren Copeland: Maritime Vision
A Storm of Drones — The Sombient Trilogy (various artists)
electroacoustic music from the “Night Camera Concert, recorded at the Western Front, Vancouver, BC, 1993; time (“Storm of Drones” version): 5:39

Carey Nutman: Atmospheres
MPS Music & Video/2008
computer, synthesizers: Carey Nutman; recorded at the composer’s studio, Houghton-Le-Spring, UK; composition year: 2006; time: 4:32

Barry Truax: Pacific Fanfare
Cambridge Street Records/2001
electroacoustic music comprised of ten sound signals from Vancouver harbor, Vancouver, BC; composition year: 1996; time:2:57

Hans Fjellestad: Free Throw Prophet
Red Sauce Baby
woodwinds: Jason Robinson, Ellen Weller; church organ: Hans Fjellestad; percussion: Marcos Fernandes, Kristen Cheadle; bagpipes (“Scotland the Brave,” 1844): “The Wizard”; basketball game recorded at the Zion Building, San Diego, 1999; time:10:16

Charles Amirkhanian: Gold and Spirit
Walking Tune
sports noises, electronics, chants, voices: Charles Amirkhaninan, written for the 1984 Los Angeles Summer Olympics; time:10:15

Philip Mantione: Dialtone and Strings
Compilation for Max CD-R
Philip Mantione/2011
dialtones, samples: Philip Mantione; composition year: 2009; time: 9:10

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