Jazz Worldwide 099 31 August 2015

Song Title Artist Album Title Composer Record Label
Señorita Chick Corea and Béla Fleck Two Chick Corea Concord Jazz
Sunset Road Chick Corea and Béla Fleck Two Béla Fleck Concord Jazz
Kalimba Béla Fleck and the Marcus Roberts Trio Across the Imaginary Divide Béla Fleck-Marcus Roberts Rounder
McCoy for Now Dan Trudell Dan Trudell Plays the Piano Dan Trudell Self release
Contemplation McCoy Tyner Prelude and Sonata McCoy Tyner Milestone
Lonnie’s Lament McCoy Tyner Soliloquy John Coltrane Blue Note
Balazando Ballaké Sissoko and Vincent Ségal Musique de Nuit Ballaké Sissoko Six Degrees
In Walked Bud Fred Hersch Solo Thelonious Monk Palmetto
Olha Maria O Grande Amor Fred Hersch Solo Antonio Carlos Jobim Palmetto
Hommage Gary Burton-Pat Metheny-Scott Colley-Danny Gottlieb-SWR Big Band-Helge Sunde Hommage a Eberhard Weber Pat Metheny ECM
Notes after an Evening Gary Burton-Paul McCandless-SWR Big Band-Helge Sunde Hommage a Eberhard Weber Eberhard Weber ECM
Humility Omar Sosa Senses Omar Sosa Otá

Tone Science – 08/30/2015

tone science 219

Time Song Artist Album
Midnight untitled (tracks 1 & 2) Pere Ubu The Pere Ubu Moon Unit
 
  No Shoes Evan Parker & John Wiese C-Section
  The Great Dying Locrian Infinite Dissolution
  Tayari-Teri: Shamans Healing, Pt. 1 David Toop Lost Shadows: In Defence of the Soul (Yanomami Shamanism, Songs, Ritual, 1978)
 
  Après Presque Rien (2004) for 14 instruments and two samplers . Après Presque Rien (2004) for 14 instruments and two samplers - Luc Ferrari/Ensemble Musiques Nouv Madame De Shanghai
 
  Fossil NIck Mazzarella Ultraviolet
  Little Black Bird/Retreat Masahiko Togashi & Steve Lacy Eternal Duo
  Urban Air Voices John Coxon & Wadada Leo Smith Brooklyn Duos
 
  Firmament - Schlafos Hans Tutschku Firmament

Beyond the Groove Yard – 08/30/2015

Beyond the Groove Yard 8/30/15 & 9/2/15, ep 040. More music recorded live at clubs & festivals.

Hour One:
Stan Getz-J.J. Johnson: Blues in the Closet At The Opera House Verve
Ray Brown: The Real Blues Live at The Loa Concord
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Carla Bley: Time and Us Live! ECM WATT
Modern Jazz Quartet: Blues Milanese Blues at Carnegie Hall Atlantic
Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers: One by One Ugetsu Riverside
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Charles Mingus: Prayer for Passive Resistance Mingus at Antibes Atlantic
Thelonious Monk: Blues Five Spot Thelonious in Action Riverside

Hour Two:
Dizzy Gillespie: Manteca At Newport Verve
Gabor Szabo: Comin’ Back The Sorcerer Impulse
Hugh Masekela: Bajabula Bonke The Americanization of Ooga Booga MGM
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John Handy: Spanish Lady Recorded Live at the Monterey Jazz Festival Columbia
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Tricia Boutte & the Ytre Suloens Jass-Ensemble: I’ll Fly Away/This Little Light of Mine/Jesus on the Mainline Oh Mahalia Herman
Sonny Rollins: Don’t Stop the Carnival Don’t Stop the Carnival Milestone

George Klein
Beyond the Groove Yard
Sundays 2-4 pm ET, Wednesdays 5-7 am ET,
& Thursdays 4-6 pm ET
taintradio.org Archived at RadioFreeAmsterdam.com
facebook.com/beyondgrooveyard
Produced in beautiful mid-town Ypsilanti MI
gklein@emich.edu

Analog and More – 08/30/2015

Ricky Lee Jones Debut Warner Brothers Album (1979) side two Vinyl on the Phillips 212
Danny’s All-Star Joint
Coolsville
Weasel And The White Boy’s Cool
Company
After Hours

Mam Latin Blues ……… Nuyoricansoul
Blessed To Be Witness………. Been Harper
I cant Write Left Handed ……….. Bill Withers Live @ Carnegie Hall
Addy Our Beginning ……….. Kronos Quartet
Baro ……….. Habib Koite and Bamada
About Nothing ……….. PM Dawn
Adrenaline ……….. The Roots

Hour 2

Invitation …….. Boz Scaggs
Woman Child …….. Cecile Salvant
Minor Chant …….. Craig Handy
From Tom To Tom ……. Dave Kikoski
Shine On You Crazy Diamond …….. David Gilmour
Smoke A Little Smoke ……… Eric Church
Life And Times ……… George Duke
The Blacker The Berry …….. The Isley Brothers
Fight The Power ……… The Isley Brothers
Big Ol Game ………. Joss Stone

Rafi Zabor’s Updoc, Fri 8/28 & Tues 9/1

MiCl

You know it’s an old canard that “if Clifford Brown hadn’t died. Miles Davis would have been working in the Post Office,” and the proof, if you need it, is Miles’ 1955 duet with Theloninous Monk on ‘Round Midnight at Newport, recently issued on the Bootleg Series Volume 4 box set—maybe the first time Miles Davis as we know him emerged full-scale on record: the sound startles you awake immediately: suddenly he’s all there, with nothing missing—George Avakian heard it and signed him to Columbia—while sweet Clifford Brown still had a year to live before his shocking end on the highway. In his excellent Miles bio, John Szwed writes that one night in a Detroit club when Brownie was sounding all his joyous gold, a sick Miles Davis only halfway through kicking his heroin habit sidled in and stilled the club with a single piercing ballad, stiletto crescent moon to Clifford’s solar gold, night to Brownie’s day. There’s something of that haunting the Newport duet with Monk, which kicks off this week’s Updoc—Friday at 8PM and noon next Tuesday, Rhode Island summer time—followed by a Brownie and Max set, followed by Miles’ quintet at Newport in ’66, followed by the Icelandic expanses of Anna Thorvaldsdottir and some trio virtuosity from Robert Glasper, followed by, well . . . I don’t have to list it all, you follow?

Jazz Worldwide 098 24 August 2015

Song Title Artist Album Title Composer Name Record Label
The Secret Love Affair Delfeayo Marsalis The Last Southern Gentlemen Delfeayo Marsalis Troubadour Jass
The Song Is You Fred Hersch Solo Jerome Kern Palmetto
Treeology Shai Maestro Untold Stories Shai Maestro Motéma
Blue Railroad Train Indra Rios-Moore Heartland Doc Watson Impulse! Verve
Black is the Colour (of My True Love’s Hair) Ochion Jewell Volk Traditional Self release
Willie O Sam Lee The Fade in Time Traditional English The Nest Collective
Lyöstraini Anders Jormin-Lena Willemark-Karin Nakagawa Tree of Life Lena Willemark ECM
Chick Lorimer Stefano Battaglia Trio In the Morning Alec Wilder (with a nod to Carl Sandburg) ECM
Both Sides Now Fred Hersch Solo Joni Mitchell Palmetto
Simba Omar Sosa and Adam Rudolph Simba Omar Sosa-Adam Rudolph Music Camp
And They All Came Marching Out Of The Woods Jakob Bro-Thomas Morgan-Jon Christensen Gefion Jakob Bro ECM
Gnawa Blues Ochion Jewell Volk Ochion Jewell Self release
Ma Blues Joey Alexander My Favorite Things Joey Alexander Motéma
Vignette Gary Peacock Trio Now This Gary Peacock ECM
Bukuroshe Elina Duni Quartet Dallëndyshe Traditional Albanian ECM
Little Black Train Indra Rios-Moore Heartland Traditional, arr. A. P. Carter-Maybelle Carter-Sara Carter Impulse! Verve
Tipping Point Andy Sheppard Quartet Surrounded by Sea Andy Sheppard-Michel Benita ECM
Quizas Quizas Quizas Giovanni Guidi Trio This Is the Day Osvaldo Farrés ECM
March Mathias Eick Midwest Mathias Eick ECM
Walking by Flashlight Maria Schneider Orchestra The Thompson Fields Maria Schneider Artist Share

Beyond the Groove Yard – 08/23/2015

Beyond the Groove Yard 8/23/15 & 8/26/15, ep 039. A variety of performances recorded live at clubs & festivals,

Hour One:
Gene Harris w/Stanley Turrentine: Yours is My Heart Alone Gene Harris Trio Plus One Concord
Yusef Lateef: Sister Mamie Live at Pep’s Impulse
Charles Lloyd: Sorcery Forest Flower – At Monterey Atlantic
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Junko Onishi: Brilliant Corners Live at the Village Vanguard II Blue Note
Wes Montgomery w/Wynton Kelly Trio: If You Could See Me Now Smokin’ at the Half Note Verve
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Patti Richards: The Lady is a Tramp Various Artists: The Montreux-Detroit Collection, Vol 2: An Evening of Song M-D
Lyman Woodard: If I Were a Bell Live at the 1996 Montreux-Detroit Festival Corridor
Kenny Burrell: Broadway Man at Work Cadet

Hour Two:
Astral Project: Indian Folk Song New Orleans LA AP
Abdullah Ibrahim: Gwangwa/King Kong/Black Lightning/Gwidza/The Stride Live at Sweet Basil Ekapa
Abdullah Ibrahim w/Carlos Ward: Soweto Live at Sweet Basil Ekapa
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Cannonball Adderley: Sack o’ Woe At The Lighthouse Riverside
Modern Jazz Quartet: Novamo Live at The Lighthouse Atlantic
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Ron Carter: Tambien Conocido Como Piccolo Milestone
Jackie McLean-Dexter Gordon: I Can’t Get Started Montmartre Summit SteepleChase

George Klein
Beyond the Groove Yard
Sundays 2-4 pm ET, Wednesdays 5-7 am ET,
& Thursdays 4-6 pm ET
taintradio.org Archived at RadioFreeAmsterdam.com
facebook.com/beyondgrooveyard
Produced in beautiful mid-town Ypsilanti MI
gklein@emich.edu

Tone Science – 08/23/2015

tone science 218

Time Song Artist Album
Midnight Symphony for Machines (Ex Orkest, 21-04-2002) The Ex The Ex at Bimuis (1991-2015)
 
  Adieu Little Man (part 1) Muhammad Ali & Frank Wright Adieu Little Man
  Trittico per G.S. Brian Ferneyhough/Steffano Scodanibbio Fourth String Quartet
 
  Ko-Tha Giacinto Scelsi/Michael Kiedaisch Suono Rotondo
 
  Aberration of Light Olivia Block Aberration of LIght
 
  Silenzio Sofia Gubaidulina/Kremerata Musica Silenzion
 
  Thing 4 Manas Things of Outtakes

Rafi Zabor’s Updoc, Fri 8/21 & Tues 8/25

AyPep

When I went to the Sacred Music Festival in Fez in 2006, the Azeri vocalist Aygün Baylar was unmistakably the star of the show: a small round bundle of joy with a voice to die for, who I was sure would hit the relative bigtime on the world music circuit and scatter brilliant recordings like a scad of frisbees throughout the global audiosphere. If it happened, I missed it, and this week, when I went looking for more of her music to play on the show—Friday at 8PM and noon next Tuesday, Lower Manhattan kebabçı time—I had to go back to the record she made in Spain the same year as her knockout appearance in Fez. Between Heaven and Earth, it’s well-named, and this time I played the long track about first love, in which the human and the divine are inextricably confounded. It’s the first twelve minutes of the show and if you miss it it’s your tough luck. I could have looped it for two hours but decided instead to play some new Nicholas Payton, a still vivid Trip from Art Pepper, some composed pieces from our friends Béla and Dmitri, and the second half—Pursuance and Psalm—of the totally committed burnout of the version of A Love Supreme Branford Marsalis recorded live in Amsterdam in 2003 and released a few months ago for the 50th anniversary of John Coltrane’s original. It’s a mug’s game to compete with that Mount Everest, but it’s a pleasure to hear four fine musicians give their all and then keep going, between heaven and earth and as the world turns.

Jazz Worldwide 097 17 August 2015

Song Title Artist Album Title Composer Record Label
Olha Maria O Grande Amor Fred Hersch Solo Antonio Carlos Jobim Palmetto
Treeology Shai Maestro Untold Stories Shai Maestro Motéma
Hurricane Sandy Andrew Hadro For Us, The Living Andrew Hadro Tone Rogue
Mahini Mei Bolo Bolo Ali Farka Toure bolomusic.org
Frogs Enrico Rava Quartet with Gianluca Petrella Wild Dance Enrico Rava ECM
In the Morning Stefano Battaglia Trio In the Morning Alec Wilder ECM
Both Sides Now Fred Hersch Solo Joni Mitchell Palmetto
Gabriel’s Trumpet Omar Sosa Across the Divide: A Tale of Rhythm and Ancestry Omar Sosa Half Note
Come Away Death June Tabor, Iain Ballamy and Huw Warren Quercus Traditional-William Shakespeare ECM
River Run Stefano Battaglia Trio In the Morning Alec Wilder ECM
Willie O Sam Lee The Fade in Time Traditional English The Nest Collective
Your Long Journey Indra Rios-Moore Heartland Doc Watson-Rosa Lee Watson Impulse! Verve
A Tale From History (The Shooting) June Tabor, Iain Ballamy and Huw Warren Quercus David Ballantine ECM
Shenandoah Marc Johnson and Eliane Elias Swept Away Traditional ECM
Little Black Train Indra Rios-Moore Heartland Traditional, arr. A. P. Carter-Maybelle Carter-Sara Carter Impulse! Verve
Amazing Grace Archie Shepp and Horace Parlan Goin’ Home Traditional SteepleChase
A Change Is Gonna Come Anat Cohen Notes from the Village Sam Cooke Anzic