Jazz Worldwide 130 25 April 2016

Song Title Artist Album Title Composer Record Label


Low Spark Of High Heeled Boys Ian Shaw The Theory of Joy Jim Capaldi-Steve Winwood Jazz Village
Amazon Farewell Camila Meza Traces Djavan-Brock Walsh-Mark Vieha Sunnyside
On My Way Gabriela Martina No White Shoes Gabriela Martina gabrielamartina.com
The Porters’ Anthem (Lahn el-Shayyaalin) Reem Kelani Live at the Tabernacle Sayyid Darwish-Badi Khayri Fuse Records
Journey of Life Tord Gustavsen with Simin Tander and Jarle Vespestad What Was Said Traditional Norwegian ECM
You Don’t Know What Love Is Rachel Caswell All I Know Don Raye-Gene DePaul Turtle Ridge
Crooked As A Dog’s Hind Leg Leslie Pintchik True North Leslie Pintchik Pintch Hard
Blues For Harry Bosch (Mocean Worker Remix) Grace Kelly Trying to Figure It Out Grace Kelly PAZZ
Come Together Rhythm Future Quartet Travels John Lennon-Paul McCartney Magic Fiddle
JOG Mode Omar Sosa JOG Omar Sosa-Joo Kraus Otá
Prelude for Piano II-Siamese Cat Song Mr. Ho’s Orchestrotica Quartet Where Here Meets There George Gershwin-Peggy Lee-Sonny Burke Tiki Jazz
Modul 8 11 Nik Bärtsch’s Mobile Continuum Nik Bärtsch ECM
Blå harding Nils Økland Kjølvatn Nils Økland ECM
Part 5 Ferenc Snétberger In Concert Ferenc Snétberger ECM
Song Of The Phoenix Pt. 1 Anat Fort with Gianluigi Trovesi Birdwatching Anat Fort ECM
Song Of The Phoenix Pt. 2 Anat Fort with Gianluigi Trovesi Birdwatching Anat Fort ECM
Back from the Moon Michel Benita and Ethics River Silver Michel Benita ECM
Life and Death Avishai Cohen Into the Silence Avishai Cohen ECM
There Is No Music Bill Charlap Trio Notes from New York Harry Warren-Ira Gershwin Impulse-Verve

Tone Science – 04/24/2016

tone science 247

Time Song Artist Album
Midnight Release Sarah Hennies Gather & Release
 
  Composition No. 373 Anthony Braxton 3 Compositions (EEMHM) 2011
 
  Part 1 Morton Feldman/Lenio Liatsou For Bunita Marcus

Beyond the Groove Yard – 04/24/2016

Beyond the Groove Yard 4/24/16 & 4/28/16, ep 071 Alto, tenor & baritone saxophonists.

Hour One:
Lou Donaldson: Move Blues Walk Blue Note
Lou Donaldson: The Truth Sunny Side Up Blue Note
Lou Donaldson: Rev. Moses: Alligator Boogaloo Blue Note
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Dexter Gordon: Modal Mood Dexter Calling Blue Note
Dexter Gordon: Stairway to the Stars Our Man in Paris Blue Note
Dexter Gordon: Le Coiffeur Getttin’ Around Blue Note
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Gerry Mulligan: Frenesi Gerry Mulligan Quartet Pacific Jazz
Gerry Mulligan: Nights at the Turntable Gerry Mulligan Quartet Pacific Jazz
Gerry Mulligan-Thelonious Monk: Decidedly Mulligan Meets Monk Riverside
Dave Brubeck-Gerry Mulligan: Jumping Bean Compadres Columbia

Hour Two:
Cannonball Adderley: Del Sasser Them Dirty Blues Riverside
Cannonball Adderlry: Blue Daniel At The Lighthouse Riverside
Cannonball Adderley: Winetone Quintet Plus Riverside
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Sonny Rollins: Decision Volume 1 Blue Note
Sonny Rollins: I Can’t Get Started A Night at The Vanguard Blue Note
Sonny Rollins: Asiatic Raes Newk’s Time Blue Note
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Donald Byrd-Pepper Adams: Down Tempo Off to the Races Blue Note
Pepper Adams: I’ve Just Seen Her Encounter! Prestige
Donald Byrd-Pepper Adams: Great God Chant Blue Note

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

Death Valley Radio Program 887

Death Valley Radio is a format-free program for the musically curious.

In this age of bland radio programming (both commercial and non-) and automated music services, DVR is still built by hand, non-algorithmically — one set at a time.

Death Valley Radio can be heard here at taintradio on Saturdays at 10:00 PM ET and Wednesdays at 10:00 AM ET.

DVR program 887 features electronic pop (Vampire Weekend, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, Juana Molina, Ry Cooder with Juliette Commagere); Wadada Leo Smith and John Lindberg’s tribute to AEC bassist Malachi Favors; music from Vijay Iyer and Wadada Leo Smith’s new seven-part suite inspired by the paintings and writings of Indian modern artist Nasreen Mohamedi; a double quartet led by composer, bassist and cellist Henning Sieverts; and new music from M. Ward, Andrew Bird, the Canadian electric-guitar quartet Instruments of Happiness, the Haitian ensemble Lakou Mizik, and Caetano Veloso and Gilberto Gil recorded live in concert.

Each week’s playlist will be archived until the end of time at deathvalleyradio.org.

Rafi Zabor’s Updoc, Fri 4/22 & Tues 4/26

RolCol-

Okay, let’s say 1965. And let’s round off and call that 50 years ago. In 1965 we knew a lot about what Sonny Rollins and John Coltrane represented and where they were going; and yes there were surprises, not least by a long shot John Coltrane’s sudden, shocking departure two years later—for me, an unfixable hole had been kicked in the world; but in ’65 he was taking his classic quartet, after a series of unbreakable limits broken, to its actual limit, while Sonny Rollins was flickering in and out of the avant-garde, sometimes with utter mastery of old and new materials, sometimes comporting himself so strangely that his discomfort seemed interplanetary, for a while. To cut to the bridge: no tenor saxophonist has been as original or influential since. 50 years! In earlier decades jazz did not go like that. There could be no one after Charlie Parker, and then there were a number of people after Charlie Parker, our two heroes among them; but no one (to simplify) of their size and influence since. Is that necessarily a terrible thing? Beethoven (to simplify) loomed irremovably over the entire Western classical 19th century, but that didn’t prevent a number of composers of genius from emerging and making their unforgettable marks, and the music they represented was anything but dead. This week on Updoc—Friday at 8 PM and noon next Tuesday, Birdland Vanguard Half Note Five Spot time—we continue our celebration of Sonny Rollins’ Road Shows Vol. 4 with four more tracks from that new CD, bracketed by a number of older Rollins classics, including his one-time recorded pairing with John Coltrane, 1956’s elided confrontation on Tenor Madness; each man In a Sentimental Mood four-plus decades apart; and two recordings from 1961 and ’62 in which each man goes for broke at length in his own way. A couple of hours of that and then let’s see if anything has changed our minds about where we are now and what it all means, man.

Jazz Worldwide 129 18 April 2016

Song Title Artist Album Title Composer Record Label


I’ve Got Heaven on My Mind Hickory Bottom Harmoneers Shall We Gather at the River Traditional State Library and Archives of Florida
My Blue Heaven Mary Lou Williams Black Christ of the Andes Walter Donaldson Smithsonian Folkways
Heaven Help Us All Ray Charles with Gladys Knight Genius Loves Company Ronald Dean Miller Concord
Heaven Raphaël Imbert Heavens Amadeus and the Duke Duke Ellington Jazz Village
Blue in Green-Seven Steps to Heaven Turtle Island String Quartet A Windham Hill Retrospective Miles Davis-Victor Feldman Windham Hill
Tears in Heaven Harold López Nussa Herencia Eric Clapton World Village
A Castle In Heaven Tord Gustavsen with Simin Tander and Jarle Vespestad What Was Said Tord Gustavsen ECM
Luz en el cielo Omar Sosa and the NDR Bigband Ceremony Omar Sosa Otá
Cielo playero Jorge Strunz Neotropical Nocturnes Jorge Strunz Selva
Cielo O-Maya O-Maya Hector Perez O-Maya (self release)
A Chair in the Sky Joni Mitchell Mingus Charles Mingus-Joni Mitchell Asylum
Ashen Sky Anouar Brahem Souvenance Anouar Brahem ECM
Gade Moune Yo Rara de Léogane Haiti Direct Traditional Haitian Strut
Peze Café Creole Choir of Cuba Havana Cultura The Search Continues Traditional Haitian Brownswood
Peze Kafe Lakou Mizik Wa Di Yo Traditional Haitian Cumbancha
A Mon’ Mat Erick Cosaque Musica Negra in the Americas Erick Cosaque Network Medien
Panno Caye Nan Bois Chene Les Fantaisistes du Carrefour Haiti Direct Carmin Bichotte-Ansy Derose Strut
La Viya Rasta Simba Gynin Music from the Florida Folklife Collection Rasta Simba Gynin State Library and Archives of Florida
Rara (Interlude) Wesli Ayiti Étoile Nouvelle Wesley Louissaint Web Urban
Lakoua Moonlight Benjamin Mouvman Moonlight Benjamin Mosaic Music
Merci Bon Dieu Charlie Rouse Blue Note Trip Movin’ On Frantz Casseus Blue Note
Désordre Musical Les Pachas du Canapé Vert Haiti Direct Nemours Jean-Baptiste Strut
Manzè Wesli Ayiti Étoile Nouvelle Wesley Louissaint Web Urban
Bam Ti Bonjou Mario Canonge Musica Negra in the Americas Mario Canonge Network Medien
La Sirène Coeur de Chauffe et Gérard Tarquin Couleur Cachee Biguines and Mazurkas Today Gérard Tarquin Frémeaux et Associés

Beyond the Groove Yard – 04/17/2016

Beyond the Groove Yard 4/17/16 & 4/21/16, ep 070 More overlooked musicians.

Hour One:
Doug Watkins: I’m Confessin’ Soulnik Prestige
Doug Watkins: Soulnik Soulnik Prestige
Sam Jones: Some Kinda Mean The Soul Society Riverside
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Walter Davis Jr.: Minor Mind Davis Cup Blue Note
Pete La Roca: Lazy Afternoon Basra Blue Note
Fred Jackson: Southern Exposure Hootin’ n Tootin’ Blue Note
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Trudy Pitts: Steppin’ in Minor Introducing the Fabulous Trudy Pitts Prestige
Gloria Coleman: Sadie Green Soul Sisters Impulse
Gloria Coleman: Hey Sonny Red Soul Sisters Impulse
Trudy Pitts: A Man and a Woman These Blues of Mine Prestige

Hour Two:
Pucho & His Latin Soul Brothers: Maiden Voyage Shuckin’ and Jivin’ Prestige
Pucho & His Latin Soul Brothers: Yambo Dateline Prestige
Pucho & His Latin Soul Brothers: Jamila Jungle Fire Prestige
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John Wright: Amen corner South Side Soul Prestige
John Weight: Our Waltz Mr. Soul Prestige
Horace Parlan: Stella By Starlight Moovin’ and Groovin’ Blue Note
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Freddie Roach: De Bug Down to Earth Blue Note
Freddie Roach[: Blues in the Front Room Mo’ Greens Please Blue Note
Freddie Roach: On Our Way Up Good Move Blue Note

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

Tone Science – 04/17/2016

tone science 246

Time Song Artist Album
Midnight Aureole Jacob Druckman/St. Louis Symphony Deja Vu/Light Spirit/Aureole
 
  Malachi Favors Maghostut: A Monarch of Creative Music Parts 1 & 2 Wadada Leo Smith, John Lindberg Celestial Weather
  Part Three Henry Threadgill's Ensemble Double Up Old Locks and Irregular Verbs
 
  Baka of the Future The Dwarfs of East Agouza Bes
  Eternity Promise 1 & 2 Charles Gayle Blue Shadows
 
  Composition No. 83 Anthony Braxton Two Compositions (Orchestra) 2005
 
  Standard Candles Fred Frith, Darren Johnston Everboy's Somebody's Nobody

Downhome with Howling Dick (Ep 138 A Bloody Good Fry Up)

This time out Dick’s contemplating getting a hat, skipping through albums and pondering a singers fate. So whats all this got to do with blues? – who knows? But theres still an hour of fabulous music to listen to between the nonsense, so come onto the porch!

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Hip Linkchain “How do you get a name like that?”

Lonesome Train Eddie “Cleanhead” Vinson Somebody Done Stole My Cherry Red VIDEO
Cripple Creek Blue Swamp Band Voodoo Soup VIDEO
Elevator Man Lena & The Slide Brothers The Road VIDEO
Walking Blues Bonnie Lee Sweetheart Of The Blues VIDEO
Walking Blues Hip Linkchain Change My Blues VIDEO
Bad Feelin’ Blues Blind Blake All the Published Sides VIDEO
Whiskey And Good Time Blues Big Bill Broonzy Whiskey And Good Time Blues VIDEO
Raise the Devil Mary Flower Instrumental Breakdown VIDEO
Ludella Ian Seigal & Jimbo Mathus Wayward Sons VIDEO
Trouble In Mind Detroit Junior Take Out the Time VIDEO
Chicago Bound Willie Kent Everybody Needs Somebody VIDEO
Hound Dog Alfie Smith & Nicole Christian Come On In My Kitchen VIDEO
Beggar Man Long John Hunter Looking For A Party VIDEO
I’ll Take Good Care Of You (Second Version) Terry Reid Super Lungs VIDEO
Why Should I Suffer With The Blues The Canes The Complete Stax-Volt Singles 1959-1968 VIDEO
Don’t Put No Headstone On My Grave Jerry Lee Lewis The Many Sides VIDEO

 

 

Death Valley Radio Program 886

Death Valley Radio is a format-free program for the musically curious.

In this age of bland radio programming (both commercial and non-) and automated music services, DVR is still built by hand, non-algorithmically — one set at a time.

Death Valley Radio can be heard here at taintradio on Saturdays at 10:00 PM ET and Wednesdays at 10:00 AM ET.

DVR program 886 features Sun-style rockabilly (Legendary Shack Shakers, Luther Dickinson & the Cooperators, the Million Dollar Quartet, Jerry Lee Lewis); tumbling tumbleweeds (Michael Nesmith, Brian Wilson with Van Dyke Parks, the Who); the sound of rain (M. Ward, Jim McAuley and Nels Cline, Max Richter with Robert Wyatt, Jóhann Jóhannsson); songs of hope and despair (Willie Nelson, Rickie Lee Jones, Charlie Rich, Sam Cooke, Jackson Browne); bassist Avery Sharpe’s new tribute to Sister Rosetta Tharpe; and saxophonist Noah Preminger’s new rendition of Skip James’s “Hard Time Killing Floor Blues.”

Each week’s playlist will be archived until the end of time at deathvalleyradio.org.