Monkey Mind – 01/31/2011

This week’s melange of worldwide smash hits. Eugene McDaniels is particularly worth reading about for the delicious story of Spiro Agnew calling Atlantic Records after Headless Heroes of the Apocalypse was released and telling them they’d better not release any more records by that guy. Who cares if it’s true; it’s a great fucking story. Enjoy.

Time Song Artist Album
3pm Charles A. Lee: In Memoriam John Fahey The Yellow Princess
  Fish Pond Doug Cox and Salil Bhatt with Ramkumar Mishra Slide to Freedom
  Stereo Kiss Replicant Rumba Rockers A Rather Interesting Mix
  House That Jack Built Davell Crawford Ain't No Funk Like N.O. Funk
  Headless Heroes/Susan Jane Eugene McDaniels Headless Heroes of the Apocalypse
  Lazy Lessons Organos The Limbs EP
  Henry Lane Steamhammer Mountains
  Half Moon Janis Joplin Pearl
  What Kinda Girl Roseanne Cash Seven Year Ache
  Starry Eyes The Records Poptopia! Power Pop Classics of the 70s
  I Want To Live (So God Can Use Me) Brother Willie Eason and his Gospel Guitar Fire in My Bones: Raw & Rare & Other-Worldly African-American Gospel 1944-2007
  The Thirteens (Black)/The Thirteens (White) Maya Angelou Black Pearls: The Poetry of Maya Angelou
  The Bird/Tribute (Quasimodo)/Embraceable You (attacca) Sheila Jordan & Cameron Brown I've Grown Accustomed to the Bass
4pm Image of a Single Thought Peter Jefferies A Chorus of Interludes
  West Side Story Pere Ubu Song of the Bailing Man
  Square Dunce the History of Unheard Music Drop It
  I Just Left Myself Terry Allen Lubbock (On Everything)
  Cobra Tattoo Mountain Goats Get Lonely
  You Don't Pull No Punches, But You Don't Push The River Van Morrison Veedon Fleece
  Alone Together Billie Poole w/the Junior Mance Trio Confessin' the Blues!
  You Better Believe It Rhythm Makers Soul On Your Side
  Something's Wrong With This Picture Galactic Ain't No Funk Like N.O. Funk
  Nora Neoton Well Hung: 20 Funk-Rock Eruptions From Beneath Communist Hungary
  It's Growing Bobby Taylor and the Vancouvers
  Knife and Fork Dubwise King Tubby and the Roots Radics Dangerous Dub
  Bulbs Van Morrison Veedon Fleece

Tone Science – 01/30/2011

Episode 011

Time Song Artist Album
8pm Houseplant Jim Black & AlasNoAxis Houseplant
  Spoilsport Mary Halvorson, Reuben Radding, Nate Wooley Cracklenob
  Echoes Steve Lehman Octet Travail, Transformation, and Flow
  Ligatures Masaoka/Chen/Grusel/Nagai Masaoka/Chen/Grusel/Nagai
 
  Boogie Woogie Waltz The Nels Cline Singers Initiate
  Holy Ghost Mary Lou Williams Zoning
  Number Nine Joe Maneri/Barre Phillips/ Mat Maneri Angel of Repose
  Segment 16 Keith Rowe, Thomas Lehn, Marcus Schmickler Rabbit Run
  Backbone Joe Morris Today on Earth
  Pi Steve Coleman and Five Elements The Opening of the Way
  A Better Tomorrow + I Say a Little Prayer Ground Zero Plays Standards
 
  Piercing #1-5 Trio Sowari Shortcut
  Bewitched Cherry Pits Cor Fuhler - Han Bennick - Wilbert de Joode Tinderbox
  My Balls/Your Chin Last Exit Cassette Recordings '87
  The Inflated Tear Ellery Eskelin with Andrea Parkins and Jim Black One Great Day....

B.P.R.D. – 01/30/2011

Three pieces this week:

John Adams’ Fearful Symmetries (1988), with Adams conducting the Orchestra of St. Luke’s with synthesizer. Adams is quoted in the notes calling the work “confrontational” but it has humor as well, including “Liberace in Hell,” a section where the synth “becomes a campy silent-movie organ.” The notes also point out that early on, “the melodic line is suavely crooned by the ‘lounge lizard’ quartet of saxophones, English horn, and bassoon.” I love that.

Next is Jose Luis Greco’s boisterous I’m Superman! (1994), with its Carl Stalling-like frenzied shifts, performed by the Orquesta Filarmonica de Gran Canaria.

Finally, one of my favorite “new music” pieces, Ezra Laderman’s 1962 Nonette for six winds, violin, cello and piano, recorded by the New York Philomusica in 1996 for this 2-cd set (which has 5 more tracks than listed at that page). Hope you enjoy. The BPRD airs Sundays at 2pm, with repeats Tuesdays at 11am and Fridays at 7pm.

Congo Square – 01/28/2011

Episode 40
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 Sugar Kermit Ruffins Happy Talk
  At The House In Da Pocket The Marsalis Family Music Redeems
  Saddle Up My Pony Cassandra Wilson Silver Pony
  Bright Side Plunge Tin Fish Tango
  After All Christian Scott Yesterday You Said Tomorrow
  Donald Harrison Harrisburg Address New York Cool: live at the Blue Note
1am Mo' Betta Blues Irvin Mayfield and Ellis Marsalis Love Songs, Ballads and Standards
  Fire and Rain Philip Manuel A Time For Love
  Slick Is Crescent City Gold The Ultimate Session
  Ain't Nothin' But A Party The Dirty Dozen Brass Band Medicated Magic
  Palm Court Strut Kermit Ruffins Live at Vaughn's
  Neph Trombone Shorty Backatown
  Caldonia Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown Gate Swings
  Bayou Blues Rosie Ledet Zydeco Sensation
  The Dark Knight Branford Marsalis Quartet Crazy People Music
2am I've Been Mistreated Champion Jack Dupree The Complete Blue Horizon Sessions
  Prospectin' Davy Mooney Astoriano
  Jack Baker Branford Marsalis Quartet Braggtown
  Apple Street Donald Edwards Quintet Ducktones
  Blue Jeans Chocolate Milk Ice Cold Funk
  April In Paris Wynton Marsalis Marsalis Standard Time, Vol. 1
  Flow, Part 1 Terence Blanchard Flow

taint town live – 01/30/2011

fri&sat mid-3 (eastern); mon&wed 9-mid; tues 8-11am

midnight*
Jon Irabagon’s Outright!, Groovin’ High (Jon Irabagon’s Outright!) 2008
World Saxophone Quartet, Seven Steps to Heaven (Selim Sivad: A Tribute to Miles Davis) 1998
Randy Weston and his African Rythms Sextet, Wig Loose (The Storyteller) 2010
Ebo Taylor, Victory (Love & Death) 2010
Josh Roseman Unit, LDSN (Treats for the Night Walker) 2006

Stephen Riley, Night and Day/Central Park North (el gaucho) 2010
The Microscopic Septet, Evidence (The Micros Play Monk) 2010
Mostly Other People Do The Killing, title (Forty Fort) 2010
Joey Baron feat. Antonello Salis, title (Keys and Skins) 2008

Lisa Sokolov, Kol Nidre (a quiet thing) 2008
Jonathan Kreisberg, title (Shadowless) 2011
Charles Lloyd Quartet, Desolation Sound (Mirror) 2010
Ben Webster, That’s All (Gone With The Wind) 1965
John Swana, Everything I Have Is Yours (Bright Moments) 2008

Michael Musilami Trio + 3, graphite (from seeds) 2009
David S. Ware, Astral Earth (Onecept) 2019
Brooklyn Rider, Achille’s Heel (Dominant Curve) 2010
The Prism Quartet, Drastic Measures (Dubois…Levy…Singelee..Peck…Woods) 1990

Mike Pride’s Bacteria To Boys, Surcharge (Between While) 2010
David Murray Quartet + 1) w/Branford Marsalis, title (Fast Life) 1992
Ryan Cohen, Joshua (Another Look) 2010
John Escreet, titlle – I (Consequences) 2009

*time is relative

Bob Rogers
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WTF – 01/29/2011

Michael Holland, Lighten Up Angel (Cool-Water Music) 2009
Brian Cullman, The Promise (Sunny Voices) 2007
Peter Lamb & The Wolves, Boulevard of Broken Dreams (Peter Lamb & The Wolves) 2010
The Delcos, Arabia
Eddie Palmieri, Díme (Ritmo Caliente) 2003
Ely Guerra w/Marc Ribot, Tengo Frio (Lotofire) 2002
Hurray for the Riff Raff, Slow Walk (Young Blood Blues) 2010
Irma Thomas, These Honey Dos (After The Rain) 2006
Jack Walrath & The Masters Of Suspense, Blues Sinistra (Hipgnosis_
J.D. Souther, A Chorus Of Your Own (If The World Was You) 2008
Grupo Fantasma, Seis Seis Seis (Movimiento Popular) 2004
The Greyboy Allstars Feat. The Living Sisters, How Glad I Am (What Happened To Television?) 2007
Geoff Muldaur and the Texas Sheiks, Please, Baby (Texas Sheiks) 2009

House of Mercy – 01/29/2011

House of Mercy radio
play list week starting 29th January 2011
presented by Barry Marshall-Everitt

www.houseofmercy.net

This weeks session A J Roach & Nuala Kennedy
Record of the week is ‘ Northern Aggression ‘ -Steve Wynn & The Miracle 3 – ( Blue Rose Records )

Intro – In The Red – Tammy Rogers

Resolution – Steve Wynn & The Miracle 3 – ( Northeren Aggression )
Moondog House – Gandalf Murphy & The Slambovian Circus Of Dreams – ( Flapjacks From The Sky )
We Don’t Talk About It – Steve Wynn & The Miracle 3 – ( Northern Aggression )

Only Rain – Lowlands – ( Gypsie Child )
Rebels – Drive By Truckers – ( The Fine Print )
Sugar In The Raw – Sweetkiss Momma – ( Revival Rock )

Stick Around Town – Blind Lemon – ( Drinkers Lament )
Waiting At The Station – 24 Pesos – ( Busted Broken & Blue )
All – JJ Grey & Morfo – ( Georgia Warhorse )

Your Second Line – Mark Harrison – ( Watching The Parade )
Jubilee – Charlie Parr – To Much Liquor, Not Enough Gasoline )
Big Sky Country/Gasket – Chris Whitley – ( At Martyn’s )

Turning My World – Kimmie Rhodes – ( Dreams Of Flying )

hour two
In Session A J Roach & Nuala Kennedy
The Death Of Johnny B – Steve Wynn & The Miracle 3 – ( Northern Aggression )

The Tornado Song – Little Miss Higgins – ( Across The Plains )
Royal Flush – New Orleans Nightcrawlers – ( City Of Dreams )
Gumbo Radio – Jo-El Sonnier – ( Where’s That Music Come From )
Time For A Change – Dr. John & The Lower 911 – ( City That Care Forgot )

Go To The Mardi Gras – Professor Longhair – ( City Of Dreams )

hour three
World Love – Davis Williams – ( Chocolate Bar )
Oh Darlin’ – Gurf Morlix – ( Blaze Foley’s 113th Wet Dream )

To Much Of A Good Thing – Hooray For Rif Raf
Barroom Girls – Gillian Welch – ( Revival )
Making Pies – Patty Griffin – ( 1000 Kisses )

Angel Of The Night – The Steeldrivers – ( Reckless )
Little Maggie – Ricky Scaggs & Kentucky Thunder ( Country Hits )
Sally Goodman – Boone Creek

Berlin – Carrie Elkin – ( Call It My Garden )
Invitation To The Blues – Tom Waits – ( Small Change )
Ramblin’ Man – Hank Williams – ( Long Gone Daddy )

Dirty Water – Buddy & Julie Miller

The End

Next week in session The Wilders

all the best Barry

Barry Marshall-Everitt
House of Mercy Ltd.
PO Box 49684
London N8 7YH
UK
www.houseofmercy.net

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Songs on Toast – 01/28/2011

I’m a Married Man 2:24 Johnny Tyler & His Riders of the Rio Grande Roots, Volume 3
Used to Ride That Train 3:30 Samm Bennett Roomful of Ghosts
TooFay 2:48 English As A Second Language Sally tape
Down On The Farm 1:37 Big Al Downing From Where I Stand: The Black Experience In Country Music
What’s Your Name? 4:46 Totico Y Sus Rumberos Totico Y Sus Rumberos
Baby’s In Black 3:34 Rubén Blades Amor Y Control
You Win Again 2:17 Fats Domino From Where I Stand: The Black Experience In Country Music
Robin’s Theme 3:05 Sun Ra and the Blues Project Batman and Robin
I Believe In You 4:26 Black Dub I Believe In You
My Enemy 3:41 Mark Bingham Psalms of Vengeance
Revelator 3:14 Coco Robicheaux Revelator
Roll Train Roll 5:42 Tony Joe White The Shine
Long Long Night 4:19 Dan Montgomery Rosetta, Please(A Love Story)
My Brother Mike 3:29 Larry John McNally Demo
Saviour Pass Me Not 5:02 The Swan Silvertones Youtube
This May Be The Last Time 2:32 The Original Five Blind Boys Of Alabama Gospel Music
Stebeni’s Theme 3:34 African Head Charge My Life In A Hole In The Ground
Dokuz Sekiz 4:39 Okay Temiz TurKISH Freakout
Twa Fey/meringue 5:45 Ti Coca Musiques Paysannes D’haïti
Missié Satan 3:28 Claude Vinh San Claude Vinh San et le Jazz Tropical
Lointan 3:49 Granmoun Lélé Dan ker Lélé
Love Sick 8:49 Duke Robillard New Blues For Modern Man
Record Needle 4:36 Ollabelle Where’s Whozits?
Close Watch 4:02 Agnes Obel Philharmonics
Blues Run the Game 3:17 Eddi Reader Eddie Reader – Live: Edinburgh, UK 22.05.03
You’ve Won Me Over 2:16 Jessica Lea Mayfield With Blasphemy So Heartfelt
tender gaze 2:50 Sussan Deyhim City of leaves
it’s only a paper moon 5:49 Andy Haas Paradise of Ashes
Neva Usak Taksim 3:25 Mustafa Kandirali Mustafa Kandirali
Rythm Ensemble with Voices 1:13 Unspecified Street and Gangland Rhythms

taint town live – 01/29/2011

fri&sat mid-3 (eastern); mon&wed 9-mid; tues 8-11am

midnight&
Jim Allard, Same Part of the Day (The Wait) 2010
Mac Gollehon, Round Midnight (Straight Ahead) 2010
Doug Webb, I’ve Never Been In Love Before (Renovations) 2010
Robert Hurst, Comes You Comes Love (Bob Ya Head) 2010
Ben van Gelder Trio, Let’s Cool One (Jazz at the Concertgebouw 4) 2010

Fay Victor Ensemble, Heating Up (The Freesong Suite) 2009
Joseph Daley Earth Tone Ensemble, Lechery (The Seven Deadly Sins) 2010
Jason Adasiewicz, Get In There (Sun Rooms) 2010
The Engines, Trouble Distribution (Wire And Brass) 2010
Jane Ira Bloom, Freud’s Convertible (wingwalker) 2010

Sam Rivers, Hues of Melanin (Trio Live) 1973

Butch Morris,The Bartok Comprovisation (Dust To Dust) 1991
Garrison Fewel Variable Density Orchestra, Long Distance (Sound Particle 47) 2009
Vinicius Cantuaria & Bill Frisell, Mi Declaration (Lagrimas Mexicanus) 2010
Anat Fort, Clouds Moving (And If) 2010
KJ Denhert, Choose Your Weapon (Album No. 9) 2011
William Parker, Document for LJ (Uncle Joe’s Spirit House) 2010

Margie Nelson, Where Do You Start? (Hungry Girl) 2010
Matija Dedic Trio, Her Name (MD in NYC) 2011
Joe Lovano Us Five, Donna Lee (bird songs) 2011

*time is relative


Bob Rogers
taintradio.org, a venue for independent producers
700 billion listeners can’t be wrong

PO Box 12376
Raleigh, NC 27605-2376
taintradio@gmail.com