Congo Square – 09/28/2009

Episode 8
Congo Square was the only place in America where African slaves were allowed to market goods, socialize, and participate in drumming, music making, and dance in the 1700s-1800s, establishing the roots of American music. Although the historic use of the site predates jazz, it is significant because of the role the square played in New Orleans’ musical heritage and as a symbol of the early African-American contributions to the origins of jazz and other musical forms. Hi, I’m Jeff Duperon your host for a three hour journey of musical delights showcasing the music of New Orleans and the surrounding Region. Welcome…to Congo Square on listener-supported…TaintRadio.

Time Song Artist Album
9am Harrisburg Address Donald Harrison New York Cool: live at the Blue Note
  Black Codes Wynton Marsalis Black Codes (From The Underground)
  Tin Roof Blues Leroy Jones Mo' Cream From The Crop
  Thing's Ain't What They Used To Be Dr. John Duke Elegant
  You Move You Lose Rebirth Brass Band Rollin'
  Easy To Love Laverne Butler No Looking Back
  The Call Tony Dagradi Dreams of Love
  Congada Blues Terence Blanchard The Heart Speaks
10am Black and Blue Louis Armstrong The Great Louis Armstrong
  Winin' Boy Blues Allen Toussaint The Bright Mississippi
  Stay With Me Rosie Ledet Zydeco Sensation
  Skintight Walter 'Wolfman' Washington Live From Jazzfest
  The Arrival Johnny Vidacovich Mystery Street
  Everbody's Whalin' Huey 'Piano' Smith & his Rhythm Aces The Cosimo Matassa Story: Rockin' at Cosimo's
  Reeling and Rocking Fats Domino The Cosimo Matassa Story: Reeling and Rocking
  I Didn't Want To Do It The Spiders The Cosimo Matassa Story: Cat Music
  I Hear You Knocking Smiley Lewis The Cosimo Matassa Story: Try Rock 'n Roll
  The Upper Second Line Jason Marsalis The Year of the Drummer
11am Blakzilla Branford Marsalis Quartet Braggtown
  James Crow Jr., ESQ. Christian Scott live at Newport
  Triptych Nicholas Payton Into The Blue
  Neverness Michael Ray and the Cosmic Krewe live @ Jimmy's
  These Are The Things I Love Clyde Kerr, Jr. & Univision Listen Up!

FreeWorldNetworkRadio-X – 09/27/2009

Hey, folk! This is me, Bruce. Hope your season is changing in a way that you like it, and if not, remember there’s a season to follow it…
For this upcoming season you can look forward to Interviews with some very interesting and creative artists who’ve been turning heads and ears under the radar for some time, a Funk-Special featuring several guest DJ’s each focusing on the Funk of a specific musical genre. Also stay tuned for information regarding a new organization for Artists and an Art Opening in the Orange-West Orange area of New Jersey coming this October. Enjoy the music.

Time Song Artist Album
10pm Decadance Living Colour The Chair In The Doorway
  Everythng Will Never Be OK Fiction Plane The Cornerstone Player (39)
  First Line Bob Stewart First Line
  Families Neil Young Living With War
  Charms Vijay Iyer (Trio) Architextures
  Danger Notes Reptet Chicken or Beef
  There, In Theatre On Ka'a Davis Seeds of Djuke
  Figaro MadVillain Madvillainy
  Outta' Time DJ Spinna feat. The Free Radikalz Intergalactic Soul
  Hassaniya Song For Dancing Khalifa Ould Eide & Dimi Mint Abba Moorish Music From Mauritania
  Taireva Thomas Mapfumo & The Blacks Unlimited Shumba: Vital Hits of Zimbabwe
  Stay On The Right Track of The Road The Blue Chips Preachin' The Gospel: Holy Blues
  Deep Inside Micah Gaugh Demo
  Allegro English String Orchestra Bela Bartok: Music for Strings, Percussion & Celesta
  World Is Africa Black Uhuru Sinsemilla
11pm Ben Casey ValJean Johns The Theme From Ben Casey
  Invisible Indivisible Jean-Paul Bourelly feat. Mark Batson Boom Bop
  Naked City ValJean Johns The Theme From Ben Casey
  Are You Still Working At The Cafe Yaphet Kotto Afro-Punk Compilation
  Sou Do Bem Nana Vasconcelos Chegada
  On Your Guard Sharrif Simmons Sharrif Simmons Presents The Echo Effect
  Dr. Kildare ValJean Johns The Theme From Ben Casey
  Flowers In The Rain Stress Stress
  Lamentations (You, Son) Carl Hancock Rux Lamentations (extended single)
  I'll Be Sittin' Here George Clinton feat. Joi How Late Do U Have 2BB4UR Absent?
  Ten Minutes To Midnight The Hipnotix Ten Minutes To Midnight
  Black Bread Brad Jones aka Alias Uncivilized Poise

Congo Square – 09/27/2009

Episode 8
Congo Square was the only place in America where African slaves were allowed to market goods, socialize, and participate in drumming, music making, and dance in the 1700s-1800s, establishing the roots of American music. Although the historic use of the site predates jazz, it is significant because of the role the square played in New Orleans’ musical heritage and as a symbol of the early African-American contributions to the origins of jazz and other musical forms. Hi, I’m Jeff Duperon your host for a three hour journey of musical delights showcasing the music of New Orleans and the surrounding Region. Welcome…to Congo Square on listener-supported…TaintRadio.

Time Song Artist Album
3am Harrisburg Address Donald Harrison New York Cool: live at the Blue Note
  Black Codes Wynton Marsalis Black Codes (From The Underground)
  Tin Roof Blues Leroy Jones Mo' Cream From The Crop
  Thing's Ain't What They Used To Be Dr. John Duke Elegant
  You Move You Lose Rebirth Brass Band Rollin'
  Easy To Love Laverne Butler No Looking Back
  The Call Tony Dagradi Dreams of Love
  Congada Blues Terence Blanchard The Heart Speaks
4am Black and Blue Louis Armstrong The Great Louis Armstrong
  Winin' Boy Blues Allen Toussaint The Bright Mississippi
  Stay With Me Rosie Ledet Zydeco Sensation
  Skintight Walter 'Wolfman' Washington Live From Jazzfest
  The Arrival Johnny Vidacovich Mystery Street
  Everbody's Whalin' Huey 'Piano' Smith & his Rhythm Aces The Cosimo Matassa Story: Rockin' at Cosimo's
  Reeling and Rocking Fats Domino The Cosimo Matassa Story: Reeling and Rocking
  I Didn't Want To Do It The Spiders The Cosimo Matassa Story: Cat Music
  I Hear You Knocking Smiley Lewis The Cosimo Matassa Story: Try Rock 'n Roll
  The Upper Second Line Jason Marsalis The Year of the Drummer
5am Blakzilla Branford Marsalis Quartet Braggtown
  James Crow Jr., ESQ. Christian Scott live at Newport
  Triptych Nicholas Payton Into The Blue
  Neverness Michael Ray and the Cosmic Krewe live @ Jimmy's
  These Are The Things I Love Clyde Kerr, Jr. & Univision Listen Up!

House of Mercy – 09/26/2009

In Session: Hey Negrita
Record of the week: “Punchline” Boulder Acoustic Society

In Session Next Week: Sarah MacDougal

Time Song Artist Album
8pm We Tried Boulder Acoustic Society
  Blow the Horn The Reverend Payton's Big Damn Band
  Maggie's Farm Boulder Acoustic Society
  $20 Shoes Eileen Rose
  Somebody Tell The Truth The Band of Heatherns
  Skin It Back Little Feat
  Running From The Graveyard Chris Scruggs
  To Get Back Home Chris Knight
  Play It All Night Long Drive By Truckers
  So Confused Boulder Acoustic Society
  Watchmaker The Tom Fun Orchestra
  Time Travel Boulder Acoustic Society
  Lady of the Snowline The Willard Grant Conspiracy
9pm In Session: Hey Negrita
  The Ol' Diamondback Sturgeon Fishing Music 2
  Two Sides to Every Story Walter Trout
  Patron Saint of Pain Roy Rogers
  Pink Champaign Big Leon Brooks
10pm Unwind Tom Freund
  Dream City Greg Brown
  Lectric Prayer Crosby Tyler
  One Day At The Time Eve Selis
  Sun In My Eyes Gina Villalobos
  Cool Drink of Water Peter Case
  Six In The Morning King King
  Mennonite Sam Baker
  Conjuring Tom Mason
  Drums From New Orleans Gurf Morlix
  Mother Road Old California
  Another Country String Driven
  One Horse Town Baskery
  Ramblin' Sarah MacDougal

Coalfired Origami Squid – 09/06/2009

Live from inside Statue of Liberty’s bowl of instant oatmeal…it’s Coalfired Origami Squid #26

Original Broadcast – Wednesday, 23rd September, 2009 – 7:00 – 9:00pm
Repeat – Sunday, 27th September, 2009 – 10:00am – 12:00pm

Time Song Artist Album
7pm Free Jazz Ornette Coleman Free Jazz
  First Take Ornette Coleman Free Jazz
  Got a Feelin' Hardwire Third Eye Open
8pm Hi'ilawe Gabby Pahinui Pure Gabby
  Halling after Thorvald Tronsgard Chateau Neuf Stolen Goods
  Line of Fire Last Exit From the Board
  Noah: Right! Bill Cosby Bill Cosby is a Very Funny Fellow Right!
  Noah: and the Neighbor Bill Cosby Bill Cosby is a Very Funny Fellow Right!
  Noah: Me and You Lord Bill Cosby Bill Cosby is a Very Funny Fellow Right!
  Bell March Henry Kaiser & David Lindley The Sweet Sunny North Vol 2
  Moonlight on Vermont Magic Band Back to the Front
  Riverbop Simon Goubert Haiti
  Into the Seventh House Material Live in Japan

Congo Square – 09/25/2009

Episode 8
Congo Square was the only place in America where African slaves were allowed to market goods, socialize, and participate in drumming, music making, and dance in the 1700s-1800s, establishing the roots of American music. Although the historic use of the site predates jazz, it is significant because of the role the square played in New Orleans’ musical heritage and as a symbol of the early African-American contributions to the origins of jazz and other musical forms. Hi, I’m Jeff Duperon your host for a three hour journey of musical delights showcasing the music of New Orleans and the surrounding Region. Welcome…to Congo Square on listener-supported…TaintRadio.

Time Song Artist Album
Midnight Harrisburg Address Donald Harrison New York Cool: live at the Blue Note
  Black Codes Wynton Marsalis Black Codes (From The Underground)
  Tin Roof Blues Leroy Jones Mo' Cream From The Crop
  Thing's Ain't What They Used To Be Dr. John Duke Elegant
  You Move You Lose Rebirth Brass Band Rollin'
  Easy To Love Laverne Butler No Looking Back
  The Call Tony Dagradi Dreams of Love
  Congada Blues Terence Blanchard The Heart Speaks
1am Black and Blue Louis Armstrong The Great Louis Armstrong
  Winin' Boy Blues Allen Toussaint The Bright Mississippi
  Stay With Me Rosie Ledet Zydeco Sensation
  Skintight Walter 'Wolfman' Washington Live From Jazzfest
  The Arrival Johnny Vidacovich Mystery Street
  Everbody's Whalin' Huey 'Piano' Smith & his Rhythm Aces The Cosimo Matassa Story: Rockin' at Cosimo's
  Reeling and Rocking Fats Domino The Cosimo Matassa Story: Reeling and Rocking
  I Didn't Want To Do It The Spiders The Cosimo Matassa Story: Cat Music
  I Hear You Knocking Smiley Lewis The Cosimo Matassa Story: Try Rock 'n Roll
  The Upper Second Line Jason Marsalis The Year of the Drummer
2am Blakzilla Branford Marsalis Quartet Braggtown
  James Crow Jr., ESQ. Christian Scott live at Newport
  Triptych Nicholas Payton Into The Blue
  Neverness Michael Ray and the Cosmic Krewe live @ Jimmy's
  These Are The Things I Love Clyde Kerr, Jr. & Univision Listen Up!

Updoc 59: He Means Us: 8/25/09

Opening theme: Art Ensemble of Chicago: Nice Guys [title tune] (ECM)

1.    Thelonious Monk/Gerry Mulligan: I Mean You; Mulligan Meets Monk (Riverside/Original Jazz Classics)
2.    John Cage/Margaret Leng Tan: Daughter of the Lonesome Isle; Daughters of the Lonesome Isle (New Albion)
3.    Alan Hovhaness: To Hiroshige’s Cat; Shalimar – Piano Solos (Celestial Harmonies)
4.    Georgi Ivanovich Gurdjieff/Thomas de Hartmann: Prayer and Despair; The Music of Gurdjieff/de Hartmann (G-H Recordings)
5.    Ingram Marshall/Sarah Cahill: Authentic Presence; Savage Altars (New Albion)
6.    Duke Ellington: The Single Petal of a Rose; The Ellington Suites [The Queen’s Suite]; (Pablo/OJC)
7.    John Cage/Boris Berman: Mysterious Adventure; Music for Prepared Piano, Volume 2 (Naxos American Classics)
8.    Alan Hovhaness: Love Song Vanishing into Sound of Crickets; Shalimar (Celestial Harmonies)
9.    Ravi Coltrane: Ask Me Now; Mad 6 (Eighty-Eights/Columbia)
10.    Thelonious Monk: Little Rootie Tootie; The Thelonious Monk Orchestra at Town Hall (Riverside/OJC)
11.    Radiohead: In Memory of Harry Patch (WASTE download)
12.    John Zorn/Ilya Kaler/George Taylor/Perrin Yang: Kol Nidre; Jewish String Quartets (Naxos American Classics)
13.    Benjamin Britten/Britten Singers/David Hickox: Chorale After Old French Carol; Britten/Finzi/Holst-Sacred Works (Chandos)
14.    Kim Kashkashian/Komitas/Tigran Mansurian: Oror; Neharót (ECM)
15.    Thelonious Monk: Melancholy Baby; The London Collection (1201)
16.     Thelonious Monk/John Coltrane: I Mean You; Discovery! Live at the Five Spot (Blue Note)

Out theme: Art Ensemble of Chicago: Strawberry Mango; Coming Home Jamaica (WEA/Atlantic)

Songs on Toast – 09/25/2009

Banaketwe 2:23 Smokey Hormel Smokey’s Secret Family
Honky Tonk Woman 4:41 The Meters Kingfish Lounge,
Shelter 3:25 Otel Demo
Marmarinho 2:14 Pierre Aderne Alto Mar
More to This Than That 4:20 Tony Joe White Beginning
Killed Myself When I Was Young A.A. Bondy American Hearts
Say 3:15 The Band Of Heathens One Foot In The Ether
Maker 5:36 Fink Sort of Revolution
Dine Øine 3:37 Kari Bremnes Løsrivelse
Emalomeni (Zulu) 1:26 Cwaizile Shandu The Nguni Sound
Brand New Man 3:00 Eddie Hinton Very Extremely Dangerous
Sebero 4:20 Issa Bagayogo Mali Koura
Stealing 2:35 Jesse Fuller Move On Down the Line
Blessed 3:46 Robert Randolph & The Family Band Colorblind
Fight With Love 9/10/09 3:39 Kings Go FOrth 2
Everybody’s Got To Change2:57 Taj Mahal Taj Mahal
El Watusi 2:39 Ray Barretto The Latin Soul Man
Deus Te Ouça 3:16 VELHA GUARDA DA PORTELA Homenagem A Paulo Da Portela
Sieno 3:58 Marcé & Toumpak Pé Epi Kouté
Johnny Can’t Dance 2:55 Doug Kershaw, Michael Doucet Cajun – Sweet Home Louisiana
Mama’s Girl 2:27 King Nando El Barrio: The Bad Boogaloo
Wezene 2:49 Ooleya Mint Amartichitt Praise Songs
Mandé Djelou 5:08 Djélimady Tounkara The World of Indigo
Baby’s In Black 3:34 Rubén Blades Amor Y Control
West African Safari 2:56 Sir Victor Uwaifo Guitar-Boy Superstar 1970-76
Jesus Children Of America 4:10 Stevie Wonder Innervisions
Mercy Mercy Baby 2:45 Ray Barretto El Barrio: The Bad Boogaloo
Just Kissed My Baby 7:47 The Meters Live at the Kingfish Lounge, Baton Rouge LA, October 1, 1976
Games People Play 2:47 King Curtis Duane Allman: An Anthology
Everything I Do Gonna Be Funky 3:11 Allen Toussaint From A Whisper To A Scream
Come Together – demo 3:41 John Lennon Abbey Road – demos
Lamento De Éxu 6:05 Baden Powell Afro Sambas

B.P.R.D. – 09/25/2009

This week’s show starts with early Prokoviev – the last three of the Ten Small Pieces for Piano, composed in the years before 1917 – followed by the climactic Battle on the Ice from his soundtrack to Sergei Eisenstein’s 1938 Alexander Nevsky (Stalin-era propaganda with great editing, amazing costumes and a hilariously over-the-top anti-church sensibility). Two movements from Kurt Weill’s 1924 Concerto for Violin and Wind Orchestra are next, then two pieces from Louis Andriessen: Bells for Haarlem (2002) and Letter from Cathy (2003), which uses the text of a letter about Stravinsky that Andriessen received from the singer Cathy Berberian. As a bonus, here’s Berberian performing her famous “Stripsody” on Italian television in 1969; it’s a piece she wrote using sound effect words from comic strips. Classic. Prokofiev’s early “Toccata” – described in the liner notes as “incredibly ferocious” and “witheringly agitated” – ends the hour. Enjoy.

Monkey Mind – 09/21/2009

Time Song Artist Album
3pm Tea Time Quintron Swamp Tech
  The Road Communicators & Black Experience Band Carolina Funk
  Soul Francisco Tony Joe White Best of Tony Joe White
  Reggae in your Jeggae Dandy Tighten Up, Vol 2
  A History of Jazz Shorty Petterstein Best of the Beat Generation
  Until the Real Thing Comes Along Ella Fitzgerald and Ellis Larkins Pure Ella
  The Swing Lee Pui Ming Strange Beauty
  Talk Break —

  Come Down Softly To My Soul Spacemen 3 Playing With Fire
  I Feel Good (Today) dBs Repercussion
  The Night of the Hunter Young People War Prayers
  I'm On this Rocket Tav Falco's Panther Burns Blow Your Top
  Make Hay Pere Ubu New Picnic Time
  Yang Yang Yoko Ono Approximately Infinite Universe
  Smoovebiz Bird Names Wooden Lake/Sexual Diner
4pm Black Robert Dave Burrell/Statford James/Harold White The Jazz Loft Sessions
  Talk Break —

  Make Up Mind Lou Reed
  Pushed, But Not Forgotten High Tide Sea Shanties
  Glorious Farm Yamamoto Seiichi Nu Frequency
  Out of the Picture Robyn Hitchcock Black Snake Diamond Role
  Groovin' on Sunshine Ohmega Watts The Find
  What About It? Eddie Hazel Games Dames and Guitar Thangs
  The Swifty Squarepusher Feed Me Weird Things
  Talk Break —

  An Evening with Jerry Rabih Abou-Khalil Al-Jadida
  Knuckeldy Crunch and Slippledee-Slee Song John Martyn The Tumbler
  All or Nothing Small Faces Small Faces: The Anthology 1965-67
  Medieval Sienese Acid Blues Bevis Frond Inner Marshland
  Wanna Find Love Ram Jam Portrait of the Artist as a Young Ram
  My Weapon XTC Go 2
  Talk Break —

  I Spent My Last $10 (on birth control and beer) Two Nice Girls