Shotgun Shack Blues – 07/30/08

Shotgun Shack Blues 07/30/08

8pm – midnight (EDT)

Host: Kevin Spurlock

Artist Title Album Name
First Hour
Robert Cray & Albert Collins She’s Into Something American Blues
“Arthur “”Big Boy”” Crudup” That’s All Right When The Sun Goes Down [Vol. 5]
The Cats And A Fiddle I’d Rather Drink Muddy Water When The Sun Goes Down [Vol. 5]
Porky Cohen with Roomful of Blues Walkin’ with Mr Lee Rhythm & Bones
Buddy Guy Someone Else Is Steppin’ in Slippin’ In
Lightnin’ Hopkins Walkin’ This Road By Myself The Best Of Lightnin’ Hopkins
Blind Willie McTell This Is Not The Stove To Brown Your Bread Blind Willie McTell [Vol. 1]
Robert Cray Band Tell The LandLord Some Rainy Morning
Eddie King If Loving You Is Wrong Another Cow’s Dead
Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble Texas Flood (Live ) In Step
James Harman Band If You Lose Your Money Extra Napkins
Big Maceo Kid Man Blues Roots And Race Recordings
Johnny Heartsman “Flip Flop & Fly” Made In Germany
Second Hour
Sonny Boy Williamson Help Me Blues Masters [Disc 4 – Harmonica Blues]
Johnnie Taylor Part Time Love Blues Masters [Urban Blues]
Big Joe Williams Little Leg Woman Big Joe Williams & The Stars Of Mississippi Blues [Vol. 1]
Taj Mahal & The Phantom Blues Band Mail Box Blues Shoutin’ In Key [Live]
Peg Leg Howell Rolling Mill Blues The Blues [Disc 2]
John Lee Hooker I’m So Excited Forever Gold
Albert King Don’t Throw your Love on me so strong The Very Best of Albert King
Keb Mo & Corey Harris Sweet Home Chicago The Blues: A Musical Journey [CD 5]
Johnny Young’s Band The Sun Is Shining And This Is Maxwell Street Vol. 1
Artie White All In The Open Now Southern Shades Of Blue [Volume II]
Bukka White Shake My Hand Blues Big Daddy
Elmore James Dust My Broom The Blues Collection – Disc 1
Buddy Guy Saturday Night Fish Fry Heavy Love
Clarence -Gatemouth- Brown Got My Mojo Working Genuine Houserockin’ Music IV
Deanna Bogart Real Time Blind Pig Records – 30th Anniversary Collection
Sang’n Clarence Till You Come Back Lay’n…It Onya
Delbert McClinton Maybe Someday Baby (live) Alligator Records 30th Anniversary Collection
Third Hour
Lonnie Johnson Have To Change Keys To Play These Blues Hot Fingers [1928-1930]
Trixie Butler Just A Good Woman Through With The Blues When The Sun Goes Down [Vol. 1]
B.B. King Paying the Cost to Be the Boss Gold [Remastered 2006 – Vol.1]
Kim Wilson Blues Leave Me Alone That’s Life
Kenny Neal Evalina Big News from Baton Rouge
Taj Mahal (You’ve Got To) Love Her Phantom Blues
Tampa Red It’ s Heated The Essential [Disc 1]
Charley Patton Pony Blues The Blues: A Musical Journey [CD 1]
Johnny Winter “Love Life And Money” The Alligator Records 25th Anniversary Collection (Disc 2)
Ray Charles & Bonnie Raitt Do I Ever Cross Your Mind? Genius Loves Company
Jeff Healey Blow Wind Blow “Blues Blues Blues”
Jesse Fuller I’m Going To Sit Down At The Welcome Table Frisco Bound
Son House Preachin’ The Blues Live At Gaslight Cafe 1965
Wynonie Harris Baby Look At You Everybody Boogie
Otis Spann I Need Some Air The Biggest Thing Since Colossus
Fourth Hour
Ronnie Earl Blue And Lonesome Ronnie Earl & Friends
Lil’ Ed And The Blues Imperials “Chicken Gravy And Biscuits” Genuine Houserockin’ Music IV
T-Bone Walker Quintet You Don’t Love Me Blues Collective
Lil Johnson I Lost My Baby When The Sun Goes Down [Vol. 3]
Lightnin’ Hopkins Black Cadillac The Best Of Lightnin’ Hopkins
T-Bone Walker Blues Is A Woman The Talking Guitar
Bukka White “Poor Boy Long Ways From Home” Mississippi Blues
Buddy Guy & Junior Wells Give Me My Coat and Shoes Alone and Acoustic
Cephas & Wiggins Action Man The Alligator Records 25th Anniversary Collection
Otis Clay Don’t Burn The Bridge Blues Across The USA
Bobby Charles See You Later Alligator Blues Masters [Disc 14 – More Jump Blues]
Tab Benoit Crawfishin’ These Blues Are All Mine
Big Twist and the Mellow Fellows 300 Pounds of Heaveny Joy Alligator Records 20th Anniversary Collection (Disc 2 of 2)
Bill Perry Leavin’ Home Blind Pig Records – 30th Anniversary Collection
Koko Taylor Ernestine Crucial Chicago Blues
B.B. King The Thrill Is Gone Blues Masters [Disc 9 – Post Modern Blues]

Listener response?

I just sent in a typically miscellaneous show in which I managed to call Claudio Monteverdi Giueseppe Monteverdi instead, and mistranslated a French album title. Oh well.

But I do wonder, assuming anyone out there is listening at all, what sort of listener response there might be to the largely jazz/classical music mix I’ve been putting together. That mix reflects my own tastes as a listener—as does the lesser admixture of world music, which would be larger if I were more knowledgeable—but it also reflects the contents of most of the conversations I’ve had with jazz musicians in the last few years. Most often, when I ask someone what they’re listening to—I won’t name names, but you’d know them if I did—I’m more likely to hear about classical music than jazz. Any jazz or just taintradio listeners having the same experience, or at least the same predilections?

In the course of my clarinet show, Updoc #5, I mentioned getting seriously into classical music in response to reading Robert Stone’s novel A Hall of Mirrors back when it came out and I was 21 years old: I thought that if anyone as hip as Stone was into Mozart to the degree he was, there must be something to it, so I set out from the nearer shores of Bartok and Stravinsky to try to understand the whole tradition, even if where I lived had more to do with Trane and other jazz giants of that time.

My yen for classical music was redoubled when, working as a jazz critic in the late seventies, I had a pressing need to listen to music of which I was not professionally required to come up with an opinion, and even occasionally a judgment—although I wrote mostly as an enthusiast, and seldom even reviewed albums I disliked, and only then when the musicians were financially secure enough not to be adversely affected, if that might be possible. These days I listen to at least as much classical music as jazz, and for reasons of pure pleasure, though as it happens, listening to the jazz programming on taintradio, which has been pretty terrific, has got me swinging back the other way.

So anyway: I’d be grateful for listener response to what I’ve been putting on the e-air, and shucks, I’ll be sad if no one writes.
Best regards::::::::::Rafi Zabor

Musicians needed – Please!

At the expense of sounding like Ah-nold in one of those “Terminator” movies, I’m sounding the alarm. The machines are taking over!!

This is news?! They’ve been taking over on the music scene since before the Moog synthesizer. Yes, but even with the Moog you had to have skills to play it! (plus muscles to move it, the thing weighed 1/2 a ton!).

I guess my concern is that in man’s transition from rock to hollowed-out log to acoustic stringed to electric, the skills required to create a sound that was pleasing to the human ear remained intact. Now, with the new technologies, it’s “set it and forget it, no user-accesible parts here!”

Now does that mean that there is no interest in music among our children? Far from it. In fact, one of the most popular games available is a simulation of a rock guitar musician. For some expert insight into this game, I interview my 16-year-old:

“So, you pretend to be this musician and you try to play what he is playing?” ” Well, no the “guitar” doesn’t have any strings, it has colored buttons.”

“Okay, so the buttons make sounds and you have to match your sound to what he is playing?” “No, the “guitar” doesn’t make a sound at all, you have to match the colors on the screen to the color-coded buttons on the “guitar”.”

“Want to go see a Blues concert? It features people playing real guitars that make a sound.” “No, that’s boring.”

“What are you going to do tonight dad?” “I think I’m going to slash my color-coded wrists!”


Kevin Spurlock

Analog and More – Playlist – 07/26/08

Analog and More

July 26th 2008 Playlist

Barry Portier

Artist Song CD / LP
Hour 1
Erykah Badu Bump World Wide Underground
Erykah Badu Back in The Day World Wide Underground
Joni Mitchell The Wind Fall Survival
Joni Mitchell Sex Kills Survival
Martin Bejerano Bouncing With Bud Revolution/Evolution
Martin Bejerano Evolution Revolution/Evolution
Ben Harper Touch from Your Lust Diamonds
Isreal “Cachao”Lopez Francisquita Loves The Cusube Cuba Linda
Hour 2 All LP’s
Hermeto Pascoal Just Listen Slaves Mass
Dexter Wansel Life On mars Life On Mars
Supertramp Cannonball Brother Where You Bound
Isley Brothers Go All The Way Go All The Way
Isley Brothers Say You Will Go All The Way
Isely Brothers Pass It On Go All The Way
Jaco Pastorius Liberty City Word Of Mouth
Astrud Gilberto I Haven’t Got Anything Better I Haven’t Got Anything

Rhythm & Blues revue – Ep. 7 – 07/26/08

Rhythm & Blues Revue Ep. 7 07/26/08

Host: Kevin Spurlock

Artist Title Album Name
The Blackbyrds “Do It Fluid” The Funk Box [Disc 2]
Average White Band Work To Do Best Of 1974-1980
D Influence & Dyanna Fearon I Wanna Know You Soul Lounge [Disc 1]
Eddie Bo Hook ‘n’ Sling (Part II) The Original Sound of Funk 1960-1975
Isaac Hayes Man’s Temptation Black Moses [CD 1]
Stephanie Mills Two Hearts (12 Remix) [107.30] Gold [CD1]
Bill Haley & His Comets Rock Around The Clock The Golden Era Of Rock ‘N’ Roll 1954-1963
Sam & Dave I’m With You Soul Men
Whitney Houston Anymore I’m Your Baby Tonight
Fatback Backstrokin’ Back To The Old School [Vol. 1]
Stick McGhee One Monkey Don’t Stop No Show Atlantic Rhythm And Blues 1947-1974 [Vol.1]
DeBarge Time Will Reveal Quiet Storm
Cymande The Message The Funk Box [Disc 1]
Brenda Holloway Every Little Bit Hurts “Beg
Scream And Shout [Beg 1]”
James Brown Night Train 40th Anniversary Collection [Disc 1]
Maceo & All the King’s Men Thank You (Falletinme Be Mice Elf Again) Doin’ Their Own Thing
The Penguins Earth Angel The Golden Era Of Rock ‘N’ Roll 1954-1963
“Earth Wind And Fire” Sunshine
Half Pint Blessing Darling “Reggae Hits Vol.31
Disc 1″
Smokey Robinson & The Miracles Going To A Go-Go The Ultimate Collection
The Ohio Players Together Funk On Fire [Disc 1]
Ray Charles I’ve Got News for You Ultimate Hits Collection [Disk 1]
Gladys Knight Home Alone Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis – The Hit Songs [CD 4]
Sade Is It A Crime Promise
Danleers One Summer Night The Doo Wop Box Vol. 1 [Disk 3]
Tommy Stewart Bump and Hustle Music Classic Rare Groove Mastercuts
Janet Jackson What Have You Done For Me Lately Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis – The Hit Songs [Disc 1]
Jerry Butler You Make Me Feel Like Someone Iceman: The Mercury Years
Smokey Robinson Just My Soul Responding Motown Chartbusters [Vol. 9]
Lord Melody Grine Um Ah Feel To Party [Disc 1]
Peter Hunnigale Talk Show “Reggae Hits Vol.31
Disc 1″
LaBelle Don’t Bring Me Down Nightbirds
Johnny Cameron & the Camerons Funky John What It Is! – Funky Soul And Rare Grooves [Disc 1]
Dionne Warwick Moments Aren’t Moments Legends [Disc 2]
The Jackson 5 ABC ABC
Claudia Lennear Everything I Do Gonna Be Funky What It Is – Funky Soul And Rare Grooves [Disc 4]
Bobby Womack Quicksand Bobby Womack – Across 110th Street
Billy Preston Slaughter Ultimate Collection
Mandrill Fencewalk Fencewalk
Kool & The Gang Who’s Gonna Take the Weight “Kool & The Gang
Best Of 1969-1974″
Chuck Willis C.C.Rider Atlantic Rhythm And Blues 1955-1957 [Vol. 3]
Bobbi Humphrey My Little Girl Blue Note Trip – Sunday Morning
Johnnie Taylor Toe-Hold Wanted: One Soul Singer
Sam Cooke Everybody Loves To Cha Cha Cha Sam Cooke’s Greatest Hits
Aretha Franklin Do Right Woman-Do Right Man Atlantic Rhythm & Blues 1947-1974 Volume 6 1966-1969
Deniece Williams Let’s Hear It For The Boy Gonna Take A Miracle: The Best Of Deniece Williams
Beres Hammond It’s Much Clearer “Reggae Hits Vol.31
Disc 1″
Donny Hathaway Valdex In The Country Extension Of A Man
Stevie Wonder For Your Love At The Close Of The Century [Disc 4]
Deon Jackson Love Makes The World Go Round “Beg
Scream And Shout [Beg 1]”
Joe Morris Lowe Groovin’ Atlantic Rhythm And Blues 1947-1974 [Vol.1]
Turbans When You Dance The Doo Wop Box (Disc 1) – [1948 – 1955]
Shirley Scott Messie Bessie What It Is! – Funky Soul And Classic Grooves [Disc 2]

Entertainment or Art?

I recently attended a concert featuring a Latin jazz piano player of some acclaim.  I entered the packed auditorium with eager anticipation of an evening filled with vibrant rhythms and foot-tapping melodies.  We were even promised (some would say guaranteed) by the emcee giving the introduction “an evening of vibrant Latin rhythms” ah-ha! confirmation!  This was going to be fun!

It quickly became clear as the artist entered the auditorium and began playing, that he was in a totally different place; a much darker place.  As he went through his repertoire of music at a funereal pace ( and not a New Orleans funeral either), the audience began to grow increasingly restless, fidgiting in their seats and the need for a cough drop vendor became more and more apparent, as mysterious ailments started popping up all around me.

As I started feeling the flowers in my gaily-patterned tropical shirt begin to wilt, I had to ask myself, “Do we have a right, as paying customers, to expect a certain performance from an artist even though the artist may not be feeling that particular emotion at the time?  Or should we, as patrons of the arts, respect the fact that the artist is in a different place and go with whatever flow he is feeling at that particular moment?”  To be perfectly honest, the performance was quite good, it just was not what the audience had been expecting. After he was done, you wanted to go out drinking but for all the wrong reasons!

Now the lawyers out there will say that purchasing a ticket is a contract.  That you are paying your money with the expectation of receiving a specific product for your purchase.  The sports fan would argue that purchasing a ticket is no guarantee of a positive outcome on the part of your team, that is a part of the risk inherent in the game.  The artist may argue that art has an ebb and flow to it, and – depending on which part of the wave you happen to catch – any performance can vary widely and that is a part of the risk inherent in that purchase.

So, does the artist have an obligation to cater to his paying audience or should he be true to his art?

Let me know what you think.


Kevin Spurlock

shotgun shack blues 07/22/08 – Ep. #7

Shotgun Shack Blues – Tuesdays 8pm to midnight

Host: Kevin Spurlock

Artist Title Album Name
Guitar Shorty Old School Watch Your Back
Albert King Blues Power Essential Blues Guitar
Ronnie Earl I’ll Take Care Of You/Lonely Avenue Ronnie Earl & Friends
B.B. King Please Accept My Love [1969 Live At The Village Gate – Edit] Gold [Remastered 2006 – Vol.1]
Koko Taylor “Bills Bills And More Bills” What It Takes [The Chess Years]
Downchild Blues Band It’s A Matter Of Time Blooze & Boogie [Vol. 2]
Lonnie Mack & Stevie Ray Vaughan If You Have To Know The Alligator Records 25th Anniversary Collection Dis
Various Pig Iron Sally Blues Women
Henry Townsend Henry’s Worry Blues St. Louis Blues
Poor Bill Way Up On The Mountain East Coast Blues In The ’30’s
Johnny Shines Little Wolf The Blues Collection 81 – 92 [Vol. 87]
Eddie Boyd Driftin’ Third Degree
Deborah Coleman My Heart Bleeds Blue Blind Pig Records 20th Anniversary Collection
Bukka White Black Crepe Blues Big Daddy
Big Joe Williams 49 Highway Blues Big Joe Williams & The Stars Of Mississippi Blues [Vol. 1]
Lightnin’ Hopkins Back To New Orleans The Best Of Lightnin’ Hopkins
Lonnie Johnson No More Women Blues Hot Fingers [1928-1930]
Wynonie Harris She’s Gone With The Wind The Blues Collection 81 – 92 [Vol. 90]
Lightnin’ Hopkins & Sonny Terry Three Aces On The Bottom Of The Deal Blues Masters [Disc 7 – Blues Revival]
Kenny Neal I. O. U. Walking On Fire
Paladins I Don’t Beleive Genuine Houserockin’ Music IV
Preston Shannon Band Have Your Women Ever Loved You So Good Break the Ice
Porky Cohen with Roomful of Blues Porky’s Blues Rhythm & Bones
Smokin’ Joe Kubek Band featuring Bnois King Can’t See For Looking Blues Guitar Power
“Houston Stackhouse Robert Nighthawk
& James “”Peck”” Curtis” Cool Water Blues Mississippi Delta Blues: Blow My Blues Away Disc 2
Memphis Minnie Georgia Skin Four Women Blues: Victor/Bluebird Recordings
Jimmy Rogers That’s All Right That’s All Right
Joe Turner Goin’ to Chicago Blues Roots And Race Recordings
Clifton Chenier Come Go Along With Me Bogalusa Boogie
Tampa Red You Missed A Good Man The Guitar Wizard
Lowell Fulson “Shake Rattle And Roll”
Hold On
Melvin Taylor Kansas City Dirty Pool
Gary Moore Parisienne Walkways Blues Alive!
T-Bone Walker Blues for Marili T-Bone Blues [Atlantic]
Johnny Copeland Make My Home Where I Hang My Hat Texas Party
Memphis Slim Feelin’ Low Play Me The Blues – No. 9
Freddie King I’d Rather Be Blind Texas Cannonball
Blind Willie McTell Love-Makin’ Mama Blind Willie McTell [Vol. 2]
Muddy Waters Standing Around Crying The Chess Box [CD 1]
Billie Holiday Please Don’t Talk About Me When I’m Gone The Blues Collection – Disc 1
Taj Mahal I’m Ready Dancing The Blues
Lil’ Ed & The Blues Imperials My Mind Is Gone Crucial Chicago Blues
Magic Sam Every Night And Every Day West Side Soul
Byther Smith Play The Blues In Paris I’m A Mad Man
Buddy Guy I Go Crazy Feels Like Rain
Kansas Joe & Memphis Minnie Bumble Bee Blues Masters [Disc 12 – Memphis Blues]
Papa John Creach Tired Of Crying Papa Blues
Jesse Fuller Just Like A Ship On The Deep Blue Sea Frisco Bound
John Mayall Why Worry Play Me The Blues – No. 9
Otis Rush “So Many Roads So Many Trains”
The Blues [Disc 4]
Johnny Shines Dynaflow Blues Blues Masters [Disc 15 – Slide Guitar]
Robert Petway Catfish Blues When The Sun Goes Down [Vol. 1]
Albert King Goin’ to California Let’s Have a Natural Ball
Jimmy Reed Baby What You Want Me To Do Blues Masters [Disc 7 – Blues Revival]
Whispering Smith Hound Dog Howl Blooze & Boogie [Vol. 2]
Rod Piazza & The Mighty Flyers Moving In A West Coast Way Blind Pig Records – 30th Anniversary Collection
Guitar Shorty Down That Road Again We The People
Tommy Johnson Slidin’ Delta Tommy Johnson
Big Joe Williams Baby Please Don’t Go [Alt.Track] Big Joe Williams & The Stars Of Mississippi [Vol. 2]
The Yardbirds (With Eric Clapton) Louise Blue & Lonesome
Eddie Shaw and the Wolf Gang My Baby’s So Ugly Living Chicago Blues Vol. 1
Sang’n Clarence Have Your Cake And Eat It Too Lay’n…It Onya
Snooks Eaglin Josephine Essential Blues Guitar
Lonnie Brooks Don’t Take Advantage Of Me Genuine Houserockin’ Music [Vol. 1]

Analog and More – July 19th 2008 Playlist

Analog and More
July 19th 2008 Playlist
Barry Portier

Artist – Song – CD / LP

Hour 1
Lenny Williams – You got me Running – Spark of Love
Natalie Cole – You Cant Take That Away From Me – Stormy Weather
Stevie Nicks – At Last – Stormy Weather
Gil-Scott Heron – Pardon Our Analysis – Guerrilla
Gil-Scott Hernon – Guerrilla – Guerrilla
John Abercrombie – Wishing Bell – The 3rd Quartet
Debert McClinton – Better off With The Blues – Fortunate Few
Gwen Stefani – Almost Blue – Stormy Weather
Paula Cole – You’ve Changed – Stormy Weather

Hour 2
Paula Cole – You’ve Changed – Stormy Weather
The Temptations – Smiling Faces – Psychedelic Soul
Ben Harper – My Own Two Hands – Diamonds
Slim Gaillard – Groove Juice Symphony – Laughing In Rhythm
Erykah Babdu – Amerykahn Promise – New Ameryka
Erykah Badu – The Healer – New Ameryka
Milton Nascimento – Sometimes God Exaggerates – Pieta
Milton Nascimento – Cantaloupe Island – Pieta
Martin Bejerano – Loverman – Evolution/Revolution

Songs on Toast #8 (The French show) – 7-18-08

1. Quel Temps Fait-Il À Paris (Les Vacances de Monsieur Hulot») – 2:14 – Alain Romans – Tati
2. Ah, France – 2:50 – Martin Mull & His Fabulous Furniture – In Your Living Room
3. I’ll Kill Her – 3:52 – Soko – Soko Not Sokute
4. Histoire A Suivre – 3:06 – The Honeymoon Killers Les Tueurs De La Lune De Miel
5. Je Fuckin T’Aime – 3:08 – The Saints – Imperious Delirium
6. Aéroplane – 3:53 – Keren Ann – La biographie de Luka Philipsen
7. Dans La Nuit – 1:14 – Louis Sclavis – Dans La Nuit
8. Le Tourbillon – 2:43 – Helena – Fraise Vanille
9. Aux Sombres Heros de l’Amer – 2:58 – Noir Desir – Noir Desir
10. Elle Se Promene – 2:10 – Gabriel Yacoub
11. Song From Moulin Rouge – 1:48 – Alan Dunn – French Cafe Accordion Music
12. White & Black Blues – 3:01 – Joelle Ursull – Planet Zouk –
13. Unity – 4:46 – JND – Le Style Nouveau
14. La Vie Artis Red – 4:11 – Kali – Roots –
15. Tous Les Garcons Et Les Filles – 3:09 – Françoise Hardy – The Vogue Years
16. Le Cercle Rouge – 5:06 – Amina – Yalil
17. Intreau version longue – 3:16 – MC Solaar – Chapitre 7
18. Volutes Gitanes – 0:33 – Casse Pipe – La Part Des Anges
19. French Lessons – 4:29 – Mark Bingham – I Passed For Human
20. Aux Armes Et Cetera – 3:12 – Serge Gainsbourg – Aux Armes Et Cetera
21. Ne M’en Voulez Pas – 4:57 – Khaled – Khaled
22. Poussee par le Vent – 3:19 – Atlantique – Cd single
23. It’s You Sort Of – 2:19 – Lizzy Mercier Descloux Mambo Nassau –
24. Paris – 0:29 – Luis Bravo – The Impostors-
25. J’Attends – 2:59 – Brian Cullman – All Fires The Fire
26. Cherif M’baw – 2:42 – Kolere – French Essentials
27. Quelqu’un M’a Dit – 2:47 – Carla Bruni – Quelqu’un m’a dit
28. Le Fiacre (The Cab) – 2:46 – Jean Sablon w/Django Reinhardt – J’Attendrai –
29. Comme Eux – 4:42 – Francis Cabrel Hors-Saison –
30. Soleil d’Ete’ – 2:58 – Gabriela Arnon Studio St Amand Sessions
31. Lady Marmalade (Album Version) – 3:58 – Labelle – – The Best Of Labelle
32. Mauvais Reve – 1:41 – Louis Sclavis – Dans La Nuit – –
33. Paris Autrefois (du Film «Play Time») – 1:31 – Francis Lemarque – Extrait Des Bandes Originales Des Films De Jacques Tati
34. Livin’ In The Sunlight – 2:49 – Maurice Chevalier – Early Movie Hits
35. Quand il pleut (Stormy Weather) – 3:16 – Comedian Harmonists The Comedian Harmonists
36. Votre Fille A Vingt Ans – 3:01 – Georges Moustaki – Georges Moustaki Greatest Hits
37. Surement Mon Bonheur – 3:09 – Gilles Sala – Antillaisement Vôtre

Updoc Playlist – Show # 4 (July 19, 2008)


Opening theme: Art Ensemble of Chicago, Nice Guys, Nice Guys: ECM

1.     Duke Ellington, The Bluebird of Delhi, The Far East Suite (RCA/Bluebird)
2.     Duke Ellington. Sonnet in Search of a Moor, Such Sweet Thunder (Sony)
3.     Magnus Lindberg/Kari Karikku, Clarinet Concerto (Ondine)
4.     Art Pepper, Blues in the Night, Winter Moon (Fantasy)
5.     Mustafa Kanderalı, Neva Usak Taksım; Çiftetelli, Mustafa Kanderalı (Uzelli Kaset San/The Orchard)
6.     Erköse Ensemble, Taksım on Clarinet; Hamandalı Zeybek, Tzigane (Times Square/IODA)
7.     Eric Dolphy, God Bless the Child, Here and There (Fantasy/Prestige)
8.     Evan Ziporyn, Pengrangrang Gede, This is Not a Clarinet (Canteloupe Music)
9.     Duke Ellington, Ad Lib on Nippon, The Far East Suite (RCA/Bluebird)
10.     Robert Stone, A Hall of Mirrors (a reading) (Vintage/Houghton Mifflin)
11.     Mozart/Marriner, Clarinet Concerto in A Minor, Anniversary Album (Pentatone/IODA)