Jazz Worldwide 090 29 June 2015

Song Title Artist Album Title Composer Record Label
The Thompson Fields Maria Schneider Orchestra The Thompson Fields Maria Schneider Artist Share
Lost Mathias Eick Midwest Mathias Eick ECM
Quizas Quizas Quizas Giovanni Guidi Trio This Is the Day Osvaldo Farrés ECM
Nënë Moj Elina Duni Quartet Dallëndyshe Traditional Albanian ECM
Tipping Point Andy Sheppard Quartet Surrounded by Sea Andy Sheppard-Michel Benita ECM
Exit Strategy Mark McGrain In for the Out Mark McGrain Immersion
New Song Laszlo Gardony Life in Real Time Laszlo Gardony Sunnyside
Giant Steps Joey Alexander My Favorite Things John Coltrane Motéma
Momento I Omar Sosa Ilé Omar Sosa Otá
Out on Top Laszlo Gardony Life in Real Time Laszlo Gardony Sunnyside
Birmingham Songo Mark McGrain In for the Out Mark McGrain Immersion
Ma Blues Joey Alexander My Favorite Things Joey Alexander Motéma
Unë Në Kodër Ti Në Kodër Elina Duni Quartet Dallëndyshe Traditional Albanian ECM
The Impossibility of Silence Andy Sheppard Quartet Surrounded by Sea Andy Sheppard ECM
Arbiters of Evolution Maria Schneider Orchestra The Thompson Fields Maria Schneider Artist Share
Momento III Omar Sosa Ilé Omar Sosa Otá

Tone Science – 06/28/2015

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Time Song Artist Album
Midnight Chronochromie Olivier Messiaen/BBC Symphony Orchestra/Antal Dorati Messiaen: The Anniversary Edition
 
  Vulcans Play Harry Bertoia Sonambient: Recordings of Harry Bertoia
  Dishonest Dessert Alan Courtis & Aaron Moore Bring Us Some Honest Food
 
  Part III Franz Hautzinger/Julo Fujak/Zsolt Sores Live in Brussels
  Craftsmen, Pt. 1 Double-Basse This Is Not Art
 
  Windswept Winterset Bill Dixon November 1981

Sorry Annie

This week Howling’s  making choices, struggling with his Spanish and reminiscing about friends bathrooms. Unbelievably amongst all this nonsense he happens to play an hour of some of the finest blues ‘n roots on the net.

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Kokomo Arnold – “Anyone would do!!”

Aloha ‘Oe Blues David Burrows Legends Of The Hawaiian Steel Guitar VIDEO
Nadine RG Band 21.12 – live at Teatro Del Pane VIDEO
Lonely Nights Paul Jones Suddenly I Like It VIDEO
Evil Companion Charlie Parr Stumpjumper VIDEO
Lay On the Cold Ground Cal Williams Jr Little Black Crow VIDEO
Milk Cow Blues Kokomo Arnold Uncut 2009/08: Woke Up This Morning VIDEO
Tienes Mi Alma En Tus Manos Sean Taylor The Only Good Addiction Is Love VIDEO
When You’ve Got A Good Friend Scott Ainslie You Better Lie Down VIDEO
Whiskey and Demons Dave Hunt Whiskey and Demons VIDEO
River Jordan Jo-Ann Kelly Do It & More VIDEO
Geronimo’s Cadillac Michael Murphey Geronimo’s Cadillac VIDEO
Mood Indigo The Boswell Sisters Nothing Was Sweeter Than The Boswell Sisters VIDEO
She’s Just Right For Me Babs Gonzales Rhythm & Blues 200-10 VIDEO
You Made Me  A Fool Rob Berry Blues ‘n Boxes VIDEO

 

Analog and More – 06/27/2015

Levy ……………………………………………………. Break Of Reality
Black Is The Color ………………………………… Rhiannon Gidden
Spirit The The Dark ……………………………… Aretha Franklin
I Got A Name ………………………………………. Lena Horne
La Belle Dame San Regrets……………………. Chris Botti
Curved Corners ……………………………………. Harvey Mason

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Just Sitting And A Rockin ………………………. Cleo Laine
Restless ………………………………………………. Chad McCullough
Everybody’s Talking………………………………. Bobby Bare
Low Down ……………………………………………. Boz Scaggs
Unbeweavable …………………………………….. Curtis Weaver
You Can’t Hurry Love ……………………………. Diana Ross and The Supremes
Feeling Alright ……………………………………… Joe Cocker
Explode ……………………………………………….. Un Huh Her
Up And At It …………………………………………. Tuck and Patti Andrews

Rafi Zabor’s Updoc, Fri 6/26 & Tues 6/30

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Yes I’m still listening to Ornette Coleman. Been doin’ it nigh on fifty years and more, kids, and don’t expect to stop anytime soon. Join me for two hours this week with intermissions for Gunther Schuller and Charles Mingus—Gunther Schuller had to die too?—on Updoc, Friday at 8PM and noon next Tuesday, NY Uptown-Downtown time. For Ornette, a diffeent slant from last week: some greatest hits from the epoch-making album, you know its name, a concert piece from 2008 called 9/11, the cracked beauty of Ornette on trumpet with Charlie Haden on The Golden Number, and some other stuff: you probably know your way around, and how it never gets old. I like the way Ethan Iverson put it on his blog: Ornette as “a fantastic assimilator. First he remade the blues and Bird in his own image, then modernist classical music, then rock/pop with Prime Time. It all went in and came out as pure Ornette.” Plus other speculation about Ornette and Gunther Schuller I don’t have room to quote here. Look it up. The show ends with us dancing in our heads. I remember 1977, a time when Ornette was the Seldom Seen Kid, seemed to play abroad but not at home, and walking into a record shop and seeing that red shieldfaced album cover, with invertable faces, on the wall: a sudden joy, complete suffusion, with no suspicion that my life would be changed by it. I tell the tale before I spin the side, but that’s just a footnote. The music turned out to be the unsuspectable thing it was, and the joy of it hasn’t left the planet yet.

Jazz Worldwide 089 22 June 2015

Song Title Artist Album Title Composer Label
Dakota Mathias Eick Midwest Mathias Eick ECM
Lembrança Maria Schneider Orchestra The Thompson Fields Maria Schneider Artist Share
Lilia Anat Cohen Luminosa Milton Nascimento Anzic
Agua de beber Rachel Caswell All I Know Antonio Carlos Jobim-Vinicius de Moraes Turtle Ridge
Kur Të Pashë Elina Duni Quartet Dallëndyshe Traditional Kosovo ECM
The Impossibility of Silence Andy Sheppard Quartet Surrounded by Sea Andy Sheppard ECM
Motherless Child Laszlo Gardony Life in Real Time Traditional Sunnyside
River Chanty Julia Hülsmann Quartet A Clear Midnight Kurt Weill ECM
Vesper Marshall Gilkes & the WDR Big Band Köln Marshall Gilkes Alternate Side
Walking by Flashlight Maria Schneider Orchestra The Thompson Fields Maria Schneider Artist Share
Game of Silence Giovanni Guidi Trio This Is the Day Giovanni Guidi ECM
Black Crow Oded Lev-Ari Threading Oded Lev-Ari Anzic
Letters from Iwo Jima Kyle Eastwood Time Pieces Kyle Eastwood Jazz Village
Canção de Brazzaville Antonio Zambujo Rua de Emenda Ricardo Cruz-Jon Luz World Village
Djam Nkrel Pa Mi Elida Almeida Ora Doci Ora Margos Elida Almeida Lusafrica
Na Baixa do Sapateiro Joyce Moreno Raiz Ary Barroso Far Out
Old Afro a Baba Omar Sosa Ilé Omar Sosa Otá
Black Chicken 37 Buena Vista Social Club with Cachaito López Lost and Found Cachaito López World Circuit
Muloloki Tiganá Santana Tempo e Magma Tiganá Santana Ajabu!
And They All Came Marching Out Of The Woods Jakob Bro-Thomas Morgan-Jon Christensen Gefion Jakob Bro ECM
Vignette Gary Peacock Trio Now This Gary Peacock ECM
Avishkes Omer Avital New Song Omer Avital Motema

Tone Science – 06/21/2015

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Time Song Artist Album
Midnight Soledad Susan Alcorn Soledad
 
  Canticles of the Sky John Luther Adams/Northwetern University Cello Ensemble The Wind in High Places
  Bells for New Orleans Roscoe Mitchell/William Winant Not Yet
 
  Cut Outs For Quintet Rocoe Mitchell and The Sound Ensemble 3 X 4 Eye
  Invasion Revolutionary Ensemble The Psyche
 
  1st, 2nd, 3rd movements Joe McPhee & John Snyder To Be Continued
 
  Suite for Ahl Susan Alcorn Soledad

Beyond the Groove Yard – 06/21/2015

Beyond the Groove Yard 6/21/15 & 6/24/15, ep 031. Bossa Nova Outra Vez.

Hour One:
Jackie McLean: Bluesanova Consequence Blue Note
Cannonball Adderley: Clouds Cannonball’s Bossa Nova Riverside
Charlie Rouse: In Martinique Bossa Nova Bacchanal Blue Note
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Gene Ammons: Moito Mato Grosso Bad! Bossa Nova Prestige
Stan Getz-Charlie Byrd: E Luxo So Jazz Samba Verve
Tony Dagradi: Meditation Live at The Columns Turnipseed
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McCoy Tyner: Once I Loves Trident Milestone
Jack McDuff: Sanctified Samba Live! Prestige
Willis Jackson: Amor Bossa Nova Plus/Shuckin’ Prestige

Hour Two:
Paquito D’Rivera: Snow Samba Return to Ipanema Town Crier
Charlie Byrd: Anna Bossa Nova Once More Riverside
Dexter Gordon: Manha de Carnival Gettin’ Around Blue Note
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Joe Henderson: Felicidade Double Rainbow Verve
Ike Quebec: Shu Shu Bossa Nova Soul Samba Blue Note
Cannonball Adderley: Jive Samba Jazz Workshop Revisited Riverside
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Dizzy Gillespie: Pau de arara Dizzy on the French Riviera Phillips
Cyrus Chestnut: Blue Bossa Various Artists: Straight No Chaser, WWOZ Vol. 42 WWOZ
Oscar Peterson: Samba de Orpheu Soul Espanol Limelight
Vince Guaraldi: Alma-ville Jazz Impressions of Black Orpheus Fantasy

George Klein
Beyond the Groove Yard
Sundays 2-4 pm ET, Wednesdays 5-7 am ET,
& Thursdays 4-6 pm ET
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Produced in beautiful mid-town Ypsilanti MI
gklein@emich.edu

Irishmen And Tears

This week Howling’s  raising his eyebrows at hypocrisy, remembering dangerous gigs and asking you to listen without prejudice. Along the way he plays some of  the finest blues ‘n roots you’ll find on the net.

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PJ Proby “Cue Whispering Bobs dad”

King of the Zulus Louis Armstrong Complete Hot Five & Hot Seven VIDEO
Black Cat Bone Lee Rocker Black Cat Bone VIDEO
One Bourbon One Scotch Rob Berry Blues N Boxes VIDEO
Kill The Old Gray Mule Belton Sutherland You Tube VIDEO
Ain’t You Sorry Old Gray Mule Have Mercy VIDEO
Farewell Daddy Blues Margot Bingham Boardwalk Empire Volume 3 VIDEO
Whatever Happened To P.J. Proby Van Morrison & P.J. Proby Duets: Re-Working The Catalogue VIDEO
Key To The Highway Sonny Landreth Bound By The Blues VIDEO
Loanshark Blues Rory Gallagher Etched In Blue VIDEO
Nina Simone Tom Russell & The Norwegian Wind Ensemble Aztec Jazz VIDEO
Go To Hell Nina Simone Blue For You VIDEO
I Feel Like Crying Andrew Tibbs The Aristocrat Blues Story VIDEO
All I Could Do Is Cry Etta James The Best Of Chess: VIDEO
505 Train Otis Taylor Double V VIDEO

Rafi Zabor’s Updoc, Fri 6/19 & Tues 6/23

“I sometimes realize that there is something on the earth that is free of everything but what created it, and that is the one thing that I have been trying to find.” ~ Ornette Coleman

Ornette

Once you’ve heard that keening piping sound, whether in its tender reaches or its harsher voicings, something in you changes, and if you engage with Ornette Coleman’s music in any fundamental way some edge is taken off your ego and the tyranny of its determinations: a larger world seeps into you and you learn to leave life’s contradictions alone because in fact they live together in unconstricted nature. Listening to Ornette Coleman is like being granted access to the unedited human heart, or to an consciousness in which all the names and faces of being coexist beyond the logic of subject-object discrimination in the simultaniety of everything existing all at once as one, with a blues voice serenading the allincluding circle from its singing center. Get that? Try a second time, then call your doctor. This week Updoc—Friday at 8PM and noon next Tuesday, Round Trip Broadway Blues time—tries to walk a line between overfamiliar Coleman classics and recherché obscurities, though really, when playing any of his music at any time for any length, keeping things fresh is not ever a problem. That deepdown human cry, broken and resurrected in the blues: just lend your ear and Ornette lives.