FreeWorldNetworkRadio-X – 07/22/2010

FWNR-X, Episode #53:

12:00pm – 1:00pm
Name – Album – Artist
Shout Out – The Blue Oneness Of Dreams – Sekou Sundiata
Revealing – Revealing – James Blood Ulmer
Rideaway Getaway (DJ Spinna Remix) – Feed The Cat – Agent K
Can I Change My Mind – The Best of Studio One – Alton Ellis
Junjo – Junjo – Aruan Ortiz (Esperanza Spalding)
Tarantela – Iberian And African-Brazilian Music of The 17th Century – Banza Ensemble
Ghost – After Robots – BLK JKS
By Any Means – Boom – T.M. Stevens
East – Native Lands – Calhoun
You’re Welcome, Stop on By – James Brown’s Original Funky Divas – Bobby Byrd & Vicki Anderson
Awon-Ojise-Oluwa – World Psychedelic Classics, Vol. 3: Love’s A Real Thing – Gasper Lawal
Sticks And Stones – Seeking – John Carter & Bobby Bradford’s New Art Ensemble

1:00pm – 2:00pm

Blues Up and Down – Just the Way It Was: “Live” at the Left Bank – Sonny Stitt
Hewbie Steps Out – Do The Boomerang: The Music of Junior Walker – Don Byron
Karma Police – Radiodread – Easy Star All-Stars & Citizen Cope
Ms Dominatrix – Anutha Kinda Brotha – Art Terry
Hurt Everybody – Stranded In Stereo – Benzos
What U Sittin’ On? (Starring Cee Lo Greene)- The Wired CD: Rip. Sample. Mash. Share. – Danger Mouse & Jemini
Dima Bolane – Tumbele – Le Ry-Co Jazz
Reptet Score! – Chicken or Beef? – Reptet
This Must Be Heaven – Classic Soul Hits Volume 2 – BrainStorm
Holiday of Briggan – Din of Inequity – Sex Mob
Fikisha – Evolution: The Polydor Anthology – Roy Ayers
Some Sharks – On The Edge – Steve Khan
In the Beginning – The Dusty Foot Philosopher – K’naan

Updoc 99: Happy 150th Gus?: 7/16/10

Updoc 99: Happy 150th Gus?: 77/16/10

Opening theme: Gustav Mahler/Vienna Philharmonic/Leonard Bernstein: Symphony No. 5 (opening fanfare) [title tune] (DGG)

1, Gustav Mahler/London Symphony Orchestra/Klaus Tennstedt: Symphony No. 6 (4th mvt.); Mahler Symphonies 6 & 7 Live (EMI)
2. Gustav Mahler/London Symphony Orchestra/Jascha Horenstein: Symphony No. 9 (1st mvt); Mahler – Symphony No. 9, Kindertotenlieder (BBC Legends)
3 – 4. Gustav Mahler/Concertgebouw Orchestra/Leonard Bernstein: Symphony No. 9 (3rd & 4th mvts.); Mahler – Symphony No. 9 (DGG)
5. Gustav Mahler/London Symphony Orchestra/Jascha Horenstein: Symphony No. 9 (4th mvt); Horenstein – Mahler Symphony No. 9, Kindertotenlieder (BBC Legends

Congo Square – 07/16/2010

Episode 35
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 La Foule The Wynton Marsalis Quintet & Richard Galliano From Billie Holiday to Edith Piaf - live in Marciac
  Them There Eyes The Wynton Marsalis Quintet & Richard Galliano From Billie Holiday to Edith Piaf - live in Marciac
  It Ain't My Fault Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Mos Def, Lenny Kravitz, & Trombone Shorty GulfAid All-Stars
  Neph Troy 'Tombone Shorty' Andrews Backatown
  The Second Line Stop, Inc Mardi Gras in New Orleans
  Basin Street Blues Preservation Hall Jazz Band Preservation
  Flowerscape Irvin Mayfield and Gordon Parks Half Past Autumn Suite
  The Shadow of Your Smile Joe Locke featuring vocalist Kenny Washington For The Love of You
  Tipitina and Me Allen Toussaint Our New Orleans 2005
  The Weary Ways of Mary Magdalene Delfeayo Marsalis Pontius Pilate's Decision
1am Tipitina Professor Longhair New Orleans Piano
  Lawdy Miss Clawdy Lloyd Price Superblues All-Time Classic Blues Hits, Vol. 2
  Junco Partner James Booker The Lost Paramount Tapes
  The Fat Man Fats Domino The Fat Man Sings Live
  I Don't Know Champion Jack Dupree City of Dreams
  Quitters Never Win Dr. John Desitively Bonaroo
  Mojo Hanah The Neville Brothers Treacherous Too!
  The Chicken Strut The Meters Funkify Your Life: The Meters Anthology
  These Foolish Things Louis Armstrong Live at the 1958 Monterey Jazz Festival
  New Adventures Victor Goins New Adventures
  The World Is A Ghetto Kermit Ruffins Big Easy
2am Song For Dance The Next Generation Jesse McBride presents The Next Generation
  The Real McCoy Earl Turbinton featuring Willie Tee Brothers For Life
  Make Me Rainbows Laverne Butler No Looking Back
  Indelible and Nocturnal Wynton Marsalis Standard Time Vol. 2 Intimacy Calling
  I'll Only Miss Her When I Think OF Her Alvin 'Red' Tyler Heritage
  Can't Get Enufa Dat Funky Stuff Troy 'Trombone Shorty' Andrews & Orleans Avenue Orleans & Claiborne
  Downhearted Blues Lillian Boutte Lipstick Traces
  I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues Doc Cheatham & Nicholas Payton Doc Cheatham & Nicholas Payton
  Sugar Blues Bob French's Original Tuxedo Jazz Band & Friends Livin' The Legacy

Analog and More – 07/17/2010

Get off your butt and go hear some live music and buy some music. Listen to it with others and share it.

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www.ledisi.com/

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Time Song Artist Album
Midnight Caddy Jack Andre Williams
6pm A Child is Born Abbey Lincoln
  All In One Bebel Gilberto
  Blue & Evil Joe Bonamassa Black Rock
  Never Look Back Matthew Ryan
  Afro Strut Nite-Liters
  The Next Movement The Roots live
  I thought about you Frank Sinatra
  I Can't See Nobody Nina Simone remix
  Spoon Chaka Khan
  Bring Me Home Sade soldier of Love
  Messin With The Kid World Saxophone Quartet Rhythm and Blues
  Isfahan Duke Ellington Far East
  Baby U Got to change Your Mind Joe Bonamassa Black Rock
  Perfidia Mel Torme' Goes South of The Border
7pm My Eyes Don't See Stevie Wonder
  Like Paradise Sade Lovers Live
  Turn On The Action Patty Austin & Qunicy Jones The Dude
  Mr Smooth Micheal Franks
  Roll em pete Lou Rawls
  War Edwin Star Motown
  Crazy Pete Belasco
  Remember The Time Micheal Jackson Dangerous
  I Can Understand It New Birth It's Been A Long Time
  Turn Me Loose Ledisi Turn Me Loose
  People make The World Go Round Angie Bofill Angel of The Night

Coalfired Origami Squid #47 – 07/10/2010

#47 Original Broadcast – 14th July, 2010

Time Song Artist Album
7pm Menfi Rachid Taha Live
  Classical Cockney Bill Bailey The Ultimate Collection . . . Ever!
  Back to the Beginning Bill Bruford Feels Good to Me
  le soleil et la lune Boum! Boum!
  Pin Bones and Poultry Buckethead Somewhere Over the Slaughterhouse
  Goodbye Booze Loudon Wainwright III High Wide & Handsome: The Charlie Poole Project
  Desert Dream Tangerine Dream Encore Live
  Autour de Sammy Bruno Angelini Empreints
  Bye Ya Claire Daly Movin' on
8pm Raga Miyan Ki Malhar Ronu Majumdar Ronu Majumdar Bansuri
  Sura Rada Anders Norudde Himself

Jazz In The A.M. – 07/15/2010

Artist – Song Title – CD Title – Label – Year

8:00 A.M. (Eastern)    
Pat Bianchi – Lithia – Back Home – Doodlin’ Records – 2010
Nadav Snir-Zelniker Trio – Pizmon Layakinton (Song For The Hyacinth) – Thinking Out Loud – OA2 Records – 2010
Paul Carr – Dreams Of You – Straight Ahead Soul – PCJ Music – 2010
John Dokes & George Gee – ‘Tis Autumn – John Dokes Sings, George Gee Swings – Swing Theory Entertainment – 2010
Harvie S – Coco Loco – Cocolamus Bridge – Blue Bamboo Music – 2008
Mike Clark – Monk’s Dream – Carnival of Soul – Owl Studios – 2010
Patty Cronheim – Days Like These – Days Like These – Say So Records – 2010
Dave Bennett – Stranger On The Shore – Clarinet Is King – Arbors Records – 2010
Dan Gailey Jazz Orchestra – In a Big Way – What Did You Dream? – OA2 Records – 2010

9:00    
Nathan Eklund Group – Professor Dissendadt – Coin Flip – OA2 Records – 2010
Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra – Haitian Fight Song – The Endless Search – Origin Records – 2010
Ray Vega & Thomas Marriott – Round Midnight/In A Sentimental Mood – East-West Trumpet Summit – Origin Records – 2010
Gregory Porter – But Beautiful – Water – Motema Music – 2010
Jessica Williams – Goodbye Porkpie Hat – Touch – Origin Records – 2010
Dr. Lonnie Smith – Frame For The Blues – Spiral – Palmetto Jazz – 2010
Carrie Wicks – Comes Loves – I’ll Get Around To It – OA2 Records – 2010
Arturo Sandoval – Smoke Gets In Your Eyes – A Time For Love – Concord Music – 2010
John Bunch – My Man’s Gone Now – Do Not Disturb – Arbors Records – 2010

10:00    
Warren Vache-John Allred Quintet – Ba-lue Bolivar Ba-lues – Top Shelf – Arbors Records – 2010
Joe Chambers – Evidence – Horace To Max – Savant Records – 2010
Yotam Silberstein – Bye Ya’ll – Resonance – Jazz Legacy – 2009
TAEKO – Inner City Blues – Voice – Flat Nine Records – 2009
George Brooks Summit – Monsoon Blues – Spirit And Spice – Earth Brother Music – 2010
One For All – Blues For Jose – Incorrigible – Jazz Legacy – 2010
Susie Hansen – Frank Sinatra Cha Cha Cha – Representante De La Salsa – Jazz Caliente Records – 2010
Hilario Duran Trio – Conversation With A Lunatic – Motion -Alama Records – 2010
Lee Ritenour’s 6 String Theory – Drifting – 6 String Theory Concord Music – 2010

11:00    
Tim Warfield – Golden Earrings – A Sentimental Mood – Criss Cross Jazz – 2010
Stephen Anderson Trio – Sullivan’s – Nation Degeneration – Summit Records – 2010
Anthony E. Nelson Jr. – Polkadots And Moonbeams – Testament/Live At Cecil’s – Music Stand Records – 2010
Rita Edmond – Just Friends – A Glance At Destiny – DaBomb Music – 2010
The Corey Christiansen Quartet – Starstepper – Outlaw Tractor – Origin Records – 2010
John Fedchock NY Sextet – Elvin’s Empire – Live At The Red Sea Jazz Festival – Capri Records – 2010
Whitney James – Tenderly – The Nature Of Love – Stir Stick Music – 2009
Joey DeFrancesco – Songline – Snap Shot – High Note – 2009
Norman Amadio – Out Of The Cool – Norm Amadio and Friends – Panda Digital – 2009

Monkey Mind – 07/12/2010

Lots of different stuff; I’ll link that amazing genderqueer music theory site from Terre Thaemlitz in a bit…

Time Song Artist Album
3pm Midtown 120 Intro Dj Sprinkles Midtown 120 Blues
  Cirque du Soul Kenny Larkin Keys, Strings, Tambourines
  Asiko Tony Allen Eager Hands and Restless Feet: The Best of Tony Allen
  Ain't It the Truth Catalyst The Funkiest Band You Never Heard
  What's Really Going On DJ Hurricane The Hurrah
  I Love You Leaving Trains Sleeping Underwater Survivors
  Rock 'n' roll-stoel The Ex Singles. Period. The Vinyl Years 1980-1990
  Not Given Lightly Chris Knox Seizure
  Orange Ball of Pain Mountain Goats Nothing For Juice
  Naked Man Randy Newman Good Old Boys
  Crown Him Lord of All Marion Williams Gospel Now
  Pourin' It All Out Graham Parker Heat Treatment
  Chillout Tent The Hold Steady Boys and Girls in America
  I Gotta Getta Undertones Undertones
  Vasilissa, ergo gaude Guillaume Dufay/Pro Cantone Antiqua Motets
4pm Regard du Pere Olivier Messiaen/Pierre-Laurent Aimard Vingt Regards sur l'Enfant-Jesus
  Green Grass of Tunnel Múm Finally We Are No One
  Ehi Amigo, Serve un'Autoradio Andrea Sartori Il Tagliacode
  5AM 9 Lazy 9 Paradise Blown
  Bahia Catalyst The Funkiest Band You've Never Heard
  Zap! Carnivorous Eddie Jefferson Vocal Ease
  Cool Ade Preston Love Watts Funky: Johnny Otis & Friends
  Nija Walk (Street Walk) Fatback Band Fatbackin': The Perception Sessions
  Fire Dub Israel Vibration Israel Dub
  Egyptian Garden The Kaleidoscope Side Trips
  Various Times The Fall Early Fall 77-79
  Real Life Tones on Tail Everything!
  You've Got to Be Kidding Graham Parker Howlin' Wind

Congo Square – 07/09/2010

Episode 34
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 Stakalee Dr. John N'Awlinz...Dis Dat or D'Udda
  Junco Partner James Booker Resurrection of the Bayou Maharajah
  Let Them Talk John Boutte Baker's Dozen, Vol. 13
  Shimmy Like My Sister Kate Preservation Hall Jazz Band JazzFest Live 2006
  Bourbon Street Parade James & Troy Andrews New Orleans Brass
  Tootie Ma Was A Big Fine Thing Preservation Hall Jazz Band Preservation
  Tipitina Professor Longhair Louisiana Spice: 25 Years of Louisiana Music on Rounder Records
  Struttin' With Some Barbeque The Marsalis Family A Jazz Celebration
  Dippermouth Blues Bob French's Original Tuxedo Jazz Band 3 Generations
1am Indian Red Wild Tchoupitoulas Wild Tchoupitoulas
  Hurricane Season Trombone Shorty Backatown
  Swing This! Kermit Ruffins Swing This!
  China Boy Gabriel Traditional Jazz Band ...& Friends
  Blue Collar Worker Tracy Griffin Grace
  Since I Met You Baby Wanda Rouzan Where Ya At?!
  Release Me Johnny Adams Reconsider Me: Golden Classics Edition
  Reconsider Me Johnny Adams Reconsider Me: Golden Classics Edition
  Vieux Carre Rouge The Neville Brothers The Neville Brothers
  James Booker Los Hombres Caliente Vol. 5: Carnival
  Buck's Hot Rod Buckwheat Zydeco Where There's Smoke There's Fire
2am Firewater Big Chief Monk Boudreaux & The Golden Eagles Mr. Stranger Man
  Beat New Orleans Jazz Orchestra Book One
  The Boy Can Play Cindy Scott Let The Devil Take Tomorrow
  Neeps and Tatties Stanton Moore Groove Alchemy
  After All Christian Scott Yesterday You Said Tomorrow
  Lord Revive Us Gregory Tardy He Knows My Name
  The Thrill Is Gone Tara Darnell Let It Shine
  Laissez Les Bons Temps Rouler Sandra Booker & Friends When Love Happens
  On Revival Day Lillian Boutte The Jazz Book

Updoc 98: Happy 150th Gus: 7/9/10

Opening theme: Archie Shepp: You’re What This Day is All About; The Magic of Ju-ju (Impulse)

1.    Gustav Mahler/London Symphony Orchestra/Jascha Horenstein/Margaret Price: Symphony No. 4 [title tune] (Classics For Pleasure)
2.    Gustav Mahler/New York Philharmonic/Bruno Walter/Ernst Haefliger/Mildred Miller: Das Lied von der Erde [title tune] (Sony)

Coalfired Origami Squid – 07/03/2010

Squid #45 Original airdate – 7th July, 2010

Time Song Artist Album
7pm Raga Manjh Khamaj Subroto Roy Chowdhory Subroto Roy Chowdhory - Sitar
  The March of the Angry Noses Clown School Dropouts Clown School Dropouts
  Travuska Vartiina Aitara
  Newspaper Stories Ron Shock YouTube audio
  Paper in My Shoes Clifton Chenier Clifon Sings the Blues
  Yellow Bus Bruno Raberg Chrysalis
  Capital (It Fails Us Now) Gang of 4 100 Flowers Bloom
  Cassette Two - Side B Bob & Ray A Night of Two Stars
  Scott Free Matt Ulery's Loom Music Box Ballerina
  Punchin Trout Chris Graham Trio After-birth of the Cool
8pm Bartelby the Scrivner The Fugs Be Free
  Anima Sunna Gunnlaugs The Dream
  Mamou Breakdown Wallace Cajun House Party