Jubilation – 07/30/2014

Jubilation Vol. 134

Wed 7/30/14 Midnight – 3 AM

Fri 8/1/14 4 – 7 PM

Mon 8/04/14 Noon – 3 PM

Hour One
Alex Garcia’s Afromantra – Spirit – This Side of Mestizaje – Afromantra Records

Cyrille Aimee – Tricotism – It’s A Good Day – Mack Ave

Tineke Postma & Greg Osby – Bottom Forty – Sonic Halo – Challenge

Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers – Quicksilver – History of Art Blakey & The J.M. – Blue Note

Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers – Ping Pong – History of Art Blakey & The J.M. – Blue Note

Diva – Blues For Hamp – A Swingin’ Life – MCG Jazz

Daryl Harper – The Side Pipers – The Need’s Got To Be So Deep – Hipnotic

Michael Lake & Gerry Pagano – The Two Lonely People – Roads Less Traveled – Redlake

Ideal Bread – Scraps – Beating The Teens: Songs of Steve Lacy – Cuneiform

Alon Nechushtan – Haunted Blues – Venture Bound – enja

Michael Lake & Gerry Pagano – Georgia – Roads Less Traveled – Redlake

Hour Two
Douglas Detrick’s Any When Ensemble – Rivers Music – Rivers Music – Origin

Jaki Byard – Introductory Remarks – The Late Show, An Evening with Jaki Byard – HighNote

Jaki Byard – European Episode – The Late Show, An Evening with Jaki Byard – HighNote

Jason Paul Curtis – Brooklyn July – Faux Borgeois Café’ – self released

Dave Kain – Opportunity – Raising Kain – Stop Time Records

Hour Three
Fred Hersch – Far Away – Floating – Palmetto

Freda Payne – Save Your Love For Me – Come Back To Me Love – Mack Ave

Sean Jones – How High The Moon – Im-Pro-Vise, Never Before Seen – Mack Ave

Fred Hersch – Let’s Cool One – Floating – Palmetto

Peter Brendler – Walk on The Wild Side – Outside The Line – Positone

Rodney Whitaker – Freedom Day – When We Find Ourselves Alone – Mack Ave

David Kikoski Trio – Billie’s Bounce – Live at Smalls – Smalls Live

Ada Rovatti – Alone In Traffic – Disguise – Piloo Records

Steve Wilson/ Lewis Nash Duo – Row 12 – Duologue – MCG Jazz

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Surplus Value / The History of the Microphone – 07/29/2014

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Almost no fist-at-sky shaking or ranting. I do get to tell the bit that Michel Contat (who’s NEVER wrong) told me about the Jean Paul Sartre / Charles Parker meeting in Paris. He had told me Sartre’s theory about why be-bop jazz was the musical equivalent of existentialism, but I’m still not buying it, even if Michel’s never told me something that didn’t turn out the be true… The running anecdote is that Parker hearing that Sartre was supposed to be an important person, turned to him and said “Hey, man, I did your playing….” but acording to Michel, and, again, Michel’s always right, they actually had a long and deep conversation about life, music, and whether it would make sense for Charles Parker to stay in Paris and study classical theory at the conservatory here. There, now you don’t have to listen to the show. Except that Julie London’s version of Louie Louie is pretty impressive for a number of reasons. ….and it’s great to hear Arto, and Triff again. …and Martinho Da Vila anytime. Right, Mike Quinn?

Richard Berry Louie Louie Louie Louie

Julie London Louie, Louie Yummy, Yummy, Yummy

George Crumb Music Of The Starry Night George Crumb: Ancient Voices Of Children, Music For A Summer Evening

Dinah Washington Manhattan What A Diff’rence A Day Makes

Van Morrison On Hyndford Street Hymns To The Silence (Disc 2)

Alèmayèhu Eshèté Telantena Zaré Éthiopiques 9:

Jelly Roll Morton Freakish Jelly Roll Morton – Vol. II

Igor Stravinsky Piano-Rag Music Stravinsky: Complete Works [Disc 13]

Michael Hurley Open Up Armchair Boogie

Vincent Peirani & Emile Parisien Temptation Rag Belle Époque [Single]

Charlie Parker Koko The Genius Of Charlie Parker

Sonny Rollins Soloscope Part 1 The Solo Album

Martinho da Vila O Pequeno Burgues O Pequeno Burguês

Karen Mantler I can’t afford my lawyer WNYC live

Arto Lindsay The Prize (Live) Encyclopedia of Arto

Arto Lindsay Maneiras Encyclopedia of Arto

Arto Lindsay Ondina Encyclopedia of Arto

Alfredo Triff Club Casino De La Playa 21 Broken Melodies at Once

Alfredo Triff After New York 21 Broken Melodies at Once

Alfredo Triff Sitiera 21 Broken Melodies at Once

Deep Rumba Una Noche De Verano Comenca This Night Becomes A Rumba

Amadito Valdes Amado Amadito Amadito Valdes

A few other notes about the music of this show. Man, Dinah Washington’s finger snaps are the percussion and instrumental swing of the record, wow, what power along with the voice and presence! Also, please note how Amadito Valdes is the most elegant poet of the timbales we’ve ever heard.

Downhome With Howling Dick

Surely A Contender

This week Howling has a senior moment, comes across a lot of B’s and laments over an icons diet. If none of this makes any sense it really doesn’t matter because this is Taint and thrown in the nonsense is an hour of the finest blues and roots on the net. Sundays 10am (Eastern); Tuesdays 6pm, Thursdays midnight; Saturdays 10pm. See program schedule for archived editions of Downhome With Howling Dick.

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Doc MacLean – “Doesn’t sing American Pie”

The Backlash Blues Nina Simone Blue For You VIDEO
Do You Know What I Think? Allison Burnside Express Allison Burnside Express VIDEO
You Don’t Know Kirk Fletcher Shades of Blue VIDEO
Changing Love Clarence Jolly Double Trouble The Cobra Records Story 1 VIDEO
Short Dress Woman Muddy Waters Muddy Waters Folk Singer VIDEO
East St. Louis Blues Sid Selvidge The Cold Of The Morning VIDEO
Down Moses The Ebony 3 Vocal Trio Les Plus Beaux Gospels VIDEO
Blue Day Ira Walker Mixposure VIDEO
15_Minute_Blues Richard Townend Seven Sins VIDEO
Charley James’ Blues Doc MacLean Narrow House VIDEO
Who’s Crying Now B.B. & The Blues Shacks Businessmen VIDEO
Don’t Want to See You Go Stacy Puckett Masters of the Cigar Box Guitar VIDEO
Rock And Roll Doctor Little Feat Feats Don’t Fail Me Now VIDEO
Drinkin’ Woman St. Louis Jimmy I Pity The Fool – The Duke Records Story VIDEO
The Freeze Fenton & The Castle Rockers I Pity The Fool – The Duke Records Story VIDEO
Just a Memory John Mayall A Special Life VIDEO

 

Tone Science – 07/27/2014

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Time Song Artist Album
Midnight Side A Charlie Haden & Carla Bley The Ballad of the Fallen
 
  Monsoon William Hooker, Roger Miller, Lee Ranaldo Out Trios vol. 1 - Monsoon
 
  Introductions Gregg Kelly & Jason Lescallette Conversations
  The Seeker Sunae Pitre & Cory Allen The Seeker & The Healer
 
  Body Sound Holly Herndon Body Sound
  Path Matthew Shipp Trio Root of Things
  The New River Theo Bleckmann & Kneebody Twelve Songs by Charles Ives

Surely A Contender

This week Howling has a senior moment, comes across a lot of B’s and laments over an icons diet. If none of this makes any sense it really doesn’t matter because this is Taint and thrown in the nonsense is an hour of the finest blues and roots on the net

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Doc MacLean – “Doesn’t sing American Pie”

The Backlash Blues Nina Simone Blue For You VIDEO
Do You Know What I Think? Allison Burnside Express Allison Burnside Express VIDEO
You Don’t Know Kirk Fletcher Shades of Blue VIDEO
Changing Love Clarence Jolly Double Trouble The Cobra Records Story 1 VIDEO
Short Dress Woman Muddy Waters Muddy Waters Folk Singer VIDEO
East St. Louis Blues Sid Selvidge The Cold Of The Morning VIDEO
Down Moses The Ebony 3 Vocal Trio Les Plus Beaux Gospels VIDEO
Blue Day Ira Walker Mixposure VIDEO
15_Minute_Blues Richard Townend Seven Sins VIDEO
Charley James’ Blues Doc MacLean Narrow House VIDEO
Who’s Crying Now B.B. & The Blues Shacks Businessmen VIDEO
Don’t Want to See You Go Stacy Puckett Masters of the Cigar Box Guitar VIDEO
Rock And Roll Doctor Little Feat Feats Don’t Fail Me Now VIDEO
Drinkin’ Woman St. Louis Jimmy I Pity The Fool – The Duke Records Story VIDEO
The Freeze Fenton & The Castle Rockers I Pity The Fool – The Duke Records Story VIDEO
Just a Memory John Mayall A Special Life VIDEO

 

taint town live – 07/27/2014

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

midnight*
Audio One, Encyclopedia Of A Horse [For Henry Threadgill] (An International Report) 2014
Paul Giallorenzo’s GitGo, Reverberations (Force Majeure) 2014
Ada Rovatti, Tripping Step (Disguise) 2014
Alan Chan Jazz Orchestra, title (Shrimp Tale) 2014

Andrew Hadro, title (For Us, The Living) 2014
Steve Wilson / Lewis Nash Duo, Monk Medley Part 1 [Ask Me Now / Evidence] (Duologue) 2014
Joris Roelofs w/Matt Penman & Ted Poor, Before the Commonwealth (Aliens Deliberating) 2014
Walt Weiskopf, Midwinter Night’s Dream (Overdrive) 2014
Bobby Matos, Fiddlunky (Beautiful As The Moon) 2011
Thomas Chapin, Ticket To Ride (Ride) 2006

Duke Ellington, Blood Count (… And His Mother Called Him Bill) 1967
Mark Murphy, Blood Count (Kerouac, Then And Now) 1986
Burnt Sugar: The Arkestra Chamber, A Blood Sample From Errol Garner (Blood On The Leaf – Opus No. 1) 2000
Cyrus Chestnut, Chelsea Bridge (Midnight Melodies) 2014

Henry Butler & Steven Bernstein, Gimmie A Pigfoot (Viper’s Drag) 2014
Catherine Russell, title (Bring It Back) 2014
Bob French, Milenburg Joys (Marsalis Music Honors Bob French) 2007
Bob Greene, title (St. Peter Street Strutters) 2009
Rebirth Brass Band, What Are We Gonna Do? / Banner Man (Move Your Body) 2014

Susanne Abbuehl, skies may be blue; yes (April) 2000
Norma Winstone & John Taylor, Strange Meadowlark (Like Song, Like Weather)
Jeff Colella, The Very Thought of You (Lotus Blossom) 2014
Ted Rosenthal Trio, Someone To Watch Over Me (Rhapsody In Gershwin) 2014

Fred Anderson, Ode To Tip (Timeless) 2005
Brian Blade, Farewell Bluebird (Landmarks) 2014

*time is relative

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House of Mercy – 07/26/2014

House of Mercy radio play list
week starting Saturday 26th July 2014
www.houseofmercy.tv
presented by Barry Marshall-Everitt
for review/preview/station download go to
www.houseofmercy.tv/store.htm
Syndicated weekly worldwide – broadcasting since 2007

Our first session comes from the heart of London’s native folk world … taking songs 400 years old and writing new compositions working them into a seamless musical mix is the way Stick In The Wheel make their music. This session features songs from ‘ Bones ‘ their latest EP.
We travel a few hours out of London to East Anglia to find Norfolk based The Vagaband for session two. Their debut album ‘ Town & Country ‘ had them recognised by US magazine Alternative Root as a top 20 European roots band and we agree. We hear tracks from their debut record and some excellent teasers from there forthcoming record.
Record of the week is a wonderful ‘live’ recording of a concert I attended back in March this year. Danny & The Champions Of The World ‘ Live Champs ! ‘ is an excellent opportunity to experience Danny’s superb songwriting stretched out with his very hot playing band.

hour one

Intro – In The Red – Tammy Rogers
Never Stop Building That Old Space Rocket + Cold Cold World + Let’s Grab This With Both Hands – Danny & The Champions Of The World – ( Live Champs ! )

Colonel & The King – Danny & The Champions Of The World – ( Live Champs ! )
Trampoline – Birds Of Chicago – ( Live From Space )

Midnight Rider – Greg Allman – ( Greg Allman & Friends )
Other Days – Danny & The Champions Of The World – ( Live Champs ! )

Henry The Van – Danny & The Champions Of The World – ( Live Champs ! )

hour two

Session – Stick In The Wheel
Restless Feet – Danny & The Champions Of The World – ( Live Champs ! )

Time Takes Us All – Broken Boat – ( Small Defeats )

hour three

Session – The Vagaband
Before Gas & TV – Pieter Brown – ( Paradise Outlaw )

Got The Jakeleg Too – Sheesham Lotus & Son – ( The High Stepping Music of ….)
Brain Cloudy Blues – The Barn Door Slammers – ( The Barn Door Slammers )
Cheasapeke Bay – The Corn Potato String Band – ( The Corn Potato String Band )

Civil War – First Charge Of The Light Brigade – ( First Charge Of The Light Brigade )

all the best Barry

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Analog and More – 07/26/2014

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Get out and hear live local music

Time Song Artist Album
5pm Alapala Gilberto Gil
  Maracutu Gilbert Gil
  Awakening Ahmad Jamal Trio Awakening
  I Love Music Ahmad Jamal Awakening
  Only A Dream In Rio Cassandra Wilson
  Geilomat Thomas Ganseh & Georg Breinschmd Live
  I'll Build A Stairway To Heaven Patty Austin
  Stitched Up Herbie Hancock/John Mayer Possibilities
  Tryin To Reach You The Ryan Harris Band Get In Get Out
  Try Me James Brown
6pm Unite The World The Temptation
  Can't Rule The World The Ryan Harris Band Get in Get Out
  Death Letter Cassandra Wilson
  Dust My Broom Robert Johnson
  Easy Evil New Birth
  Eithier We are Together Or We Ain't Public Enemy
  Get Your Thing Together The Ryan Harris Band Get In Get Out
  Get Ready Get Set Chaka Khan
  Hang On In There Mike James Kirkland
  I Hope You Dance Lee Ann Womack
  I'm A Sucker For Your Love Tina Marie & Rick James

One Man’s Jazz – 07/24/2014

Time Song Artist Album
Midnight Hoping The Morning Sky Undivided Moves Between Clouds
  Black Is Back Ethnic Heritage Ensemble Black Is Back
  Transmission Mike Baggetta Quartet Thieves & Secrets
  En Jamtlandsk Xe Martin Kuchen Four Lamentations And One Wicked Dream Of Innocence
  Movement 2: The Elephant Felipe Salles Ugandan Suite
  Bonkers Danny Fox Trio Wide Eyed
  Old Man River Marc Ribot Trio Live At The Village Vanguard
  Entangoed Heart Tom Chang Tongue & Groove
  Barrock Depart ReFire
  Mama's House Ethnic Heritage Ensemble Mama's House Live
  Desert...Bleue...East Gebhard Ullman New Basement Research
  Don't Try So Hard Bern Nix Quartet Negative Capability
  Split Decision Paul Motian Jack Of Clubs
  Beyond All Limits Steve Lehman Octet Mise En Abime
  From The Sky Cene Resni Quartet From The Sky
  Jug Denmarn Maroney Trio Gaga
  The Unfolding The Tiptons Tiny Lower Case
  Kickamar The Tiptons Tiny Lower Case
  Not Yet Gorilla Signal Problems Signal Problems
  Aquatism Mathieu Donarier Wood
  29 Shoes Conference Call Seven: Live At Firehouse 12
  Gaeta Yard Byard Inch By Inch

Rafi Zabor’s Updoc, Friday July 25 & Tuesday July 29

The famous jazz version of Victor Young’s Delilah, love theme from CB DeMille’s wonderfully schlocky Samson and Delilah—Hedy Lamarr was a wiz with torpedo guidance systems but took forever to figure out the haircut gimmick—was by the Clifford Brown & Max Roach Quintet, but John Coltrane performed it in Copenhagen on November 20 1961 with his quartet plus Eric Dolphy, and Trane was in astonishing form on soprano that night, much in the style of The Promise, but longer and maybe more electrifying. This week’s Updoc—Friday at 8PM and noon next Tuesday, Radio City time—also anniversaries a towering Naima from Antibes in July, 1965. Otherwise the show hasn’t finished saying farewell to Charlie Haden, and there are tracks featuring Ornette Coleman, Shirley Horn, and Pat Metheny, plus two more ballads from the recently released album of duets with Keith Jarrett. The show opens with a change of pace: a brilliant CPE Bach piano sonata that seems situated midway between his dad’s music and that of Haydn, and closes with some new Willie Nelson and then a Charlie Haden vocal for which I should probably be arrested. If you have tears, prepare, you know, and please don’t call the cops.SamsonDelarge