Surplus Value / The History of the Microphone – 07/22/2014

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“What do children do in this world that belongs to them?” – we get to listen to some of this beautiful, intoxicatingly musical film by Fredericq Bianchet called Da Voiz (Playground Style) and we get to try to figure out why the cadences and rhythms of children playing is relentlessly, beautifully musical. Then the kids beat Capitalism through song! Yay! But it’s the only time in this life, as we know, that the kids, or music, wins. sigh…….

At one point I snarl about tear gas in Paris, and what Paris lacks: the missing Hans Haacke installation at the Cour D’Honneur of the Palais Bourbon.

So there.

Frédéricq Bianchet first stretch of Da Voiz (Playground Style)

BB Brunes Coups et blessures Long courrier

Claire Hermans Coups et blessures Da Voiz (Playground Style)

Tal Je Prends Le Large

Rosalie Je Prends Le Large Da Voiz (Playground Style)

Da Capo Chamber Players & Lucy Shelton Pierrot Lunaire, Op. 21 (English Translation) Part I: 1. The Wine Which Through the Eyes Is Drunk Arnold Schoenberg: Pierrot Lunaire: German and English versions

Da Capo Chamber Players & Lucy Shelton Pierrot Lunaire, Op. 21 (English Translation) Part I: V. Valse De Chopin Arnold Schoenberg: Pierrot Lunaire: German and English versions

María Bethania Lagrima Oásis de Bethânia

María Bethania Lagrima – Calunia Oásis de Bethânia

Sonny Rollins Soloscope Part 2 The Solo Album

Alice Depoint I’d invent you in French Da Voiz (Playground Style)

The Karnataka College Of Percussion Ghatam Quartet (Clay Pots) River Yamuna

Chatur Lal Tabla Solo In Rupaktal (7 Beats) Master Drummers Of India

Mahapurush Misra Kajarwa-Tal North Indian Drums

Bang On A Can All-Stars Music in Fifths Philip Glass: Music in Fifths

Faytinga Goda Anna Eritrea

Tone Science – 07/20/2014

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Time Song Artist Album
Midnight Side B Daniel Higgs/Michael Zerang Daniel Higgs/Michael Zerang Duo
  Survivial Christina Carter Character Study EP
 
  Dark Like My Heart Stephen Gauci, Kirke Knuffke, Ken Filiano Chasing Tales
  Each Other's Arms Half Japanese Overjoyed
  When You Are A Martian Church Rudimentary Peni Death Church
  Oh Shenandoah Charlie Haden Family Band Rambling Boy
 
  Spirituals: The Language of Love Leo Smith Divine Love
  Sex Spy Ornette Coleman & Charlie Haden Soapsuds, Soapsuds
  Turnaround Charlie Haden & Hampton Hawes The Golden Number
 
  Waltz For Ruth Charlie Haden & Kenny Barron Night and the City
  We Shall Overcome Charlie Haden and The Liberation Music Orchestra The Montreal Tapes
 
  The Night We Called It A Day Charlie Haden & Chirs Anderson None But The Lonely Heart
  Single Girl, Married Girl Charlie Haden Family Band Ramlbing Boy

Right Up My Street

This week Howling’s on his porch at Taint stressing the importance of staying in contact with old friends, discovering human beat boxes and reminiscing about Blind Yogi Bear! More madness mixed with an hour of the best blues ‘n roots  you’ll find on the net.

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 Fenton Robinson – “gut wrenching”

Bar Fly Blues Jay McShann Drink Up – Light Up! VIDEO
Might Be A Fool Hook Herrera No Matter What I Do VIDEO
Blues for Boo Boo Kirk Fletcher Shades of Blue VIDEO
The Red Rooster King Biscuit Boys Home Cooking VIDEO
Big-Legged Woman Heritage Blues Orchestra And Still I Rise VIDEO
Leavin’ Town Blues Ishman Bracey Jackson Stomp, The Charlie McCoy Story VIDEO
Cream F Feeling Heymoonshaker Shakerism VIDEO
You Don’t Have To Go Brian Kramer Tribute To Muddy VIDEO
I Love The Life I Live Jeff Golub Train Keeps A Rolling VIDEO
This Kind Of Trouble Wooden Horse This Kind Of Trouble VIDEO
Sunrise Blues Eric Bibb Booker’s Guitar VIDEO
How Long Can This Go On Little Junior Parker I Pity The Fool – The Duke Records Story VIDEO
As The Years Go Passing By Fenton Robinson I Pity The Fool – The Duke Records Story VIDEO
Jesus Talk To Mama Rodney Crowell Tarpaper Sky VIDEO
Rodeo Ian Siegal & The Mississippi MudBloods Candy Store Kid VIDEO
Spoonful Martin Simpson Bootleg USA VIDEO

House of Mercy – 07/19/2014

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week starting Saturday 19th July 2014
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Session one this week see’s the return of old HoM friends and two new visitors to the Snake Pit. Eve Selis & Marc Twang return along with the California duo Jeff Berkely & Calman Hart. The new four piece close harmony group call themselves BHST and they are currently touring here in the UK.
Session two is a collection of roots / rocking California ladies who are also on a long UK tour. Rainbow Girls as a band grew out of a weekly jamming party a few years ago and their debut record ‘ The Sound Of Light ‘ is the outcome. They play a bunch of new songs in this session.
Touring and opening for the Rainbow Girls is a trio of very talented fellows. Marty O’Reilly & The Old Soul Orchestra have produced a debut record of rare quality. ‘ Pray For Rain ‘ is a unique take on Roots / Blues & Gypsy Jazz and is our Record Of The Week.

hour one

Intro – In The Red – Tammy Rogers
When The Water Runs Out – Marty O’Reilly & The Old Soul Orchestra – ( Pray For Rain )
The River’s Gonna Run – Buddy & Julie Miller – ( Buddy & Julie Miller )
James River Incident – Steve Wynn – ( Riding Shotgun )

Smokestack Lightening – Marty O’Reilly & The Old Soul Orchestra – ( Pray For Rain )
JR / Goat Meat – North Mississippi All Stars – ( World Boogie Is Coming )
Loose Canon – Ian Siegal & The Mississippi Mudbloods – ( Candy Store Kid )

Dempsy – Marty O’Reilly & The Old Soul Orchestra – ( Pray For Rain )
Ghosts Of Our Fathers – Otis Gibbs – ( Souvenirs Of A Misspent Youth )

Cambium – Marty O’Reilly & The Old Soul Orchestra – ( Pray For Rain )
Oh Soul – Mary Gauthier – ( Trouble & Love )

hour two

In session Berkely Hart Selis Twang
Cinnamon Tree – Marty O’Reilly & The Old Soul Orchestra – ( Pray For Rain )

Hold My Whiskey – Jane Kramer – ( Break & Bloom )
Six White Horses – The Most Ugly Child – ( A Wicked Wind Blows )
Reckoning Day – Jeni & Billy’s Big Picnic Band – ( Picnic In The Sky )

For Buddy – Jerry Douglas – ( Three Bells )

hour three

In session Rainbow Girls
Cold Canary Gaslight – Marty O’Reilly & The Old Soul Orchestra – ( Pray For Rain )

Junkers Blues – Hans Chew – ( Life & Love )

Bicycle Song – Petunia – ( Inside You )

Next week in session – Marty O’Reilly & The Old Soul Orchestra & Vagaland

all the best Barry

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Analog and More – 07/19/2014

Go hear live local music

Time Song Artist Album
5pm Gymnopedie #4 Jacques Loussier Trio
  Water Wheel Kronos Quartet
  Braided Hair Speech
  No Worries Robert Glaspher
  hANDOUTS iN tHE rAIN Richie Havens
  Afro Blue Mongo Santamaria
  Come Live With Me Marvin Gaye I Want You
  I Got To Move Maria Muldaur
6pm When Love Comes To Town Herbie Hancock Possibilities
  Hole In The bucket Spearhead
  Thoughts Rare Earth In Concert
  Take The Lomg Way Home Suoertramp Breakfast In America
  Quiet As Kept Trombone Shorty
  They Dwell On Other Planes Sun Ra
  God Bless The Child Freddie Hubbard

taint town live – 07/19/2014

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

midnight*
Dee Alexander, As Long As Your Living (Songs My Mother Loves) 2014
Roberta Donnay, If You Live (What’s Your Story) 2006
Paul Austerlitz, Two Poems (Journey)
Oran Etkin w/Ben Allison, Curtis Fowlkes, Lionel Loueke & Nasheet Waits, All I Really Want To Do Is Dance (Gathering Light) 2014
Henry Butler & Steven Bernstein, Wolverine Blues (Viper’s Drag) 2014
Elio Villafranca Caribbean Tinge, Sunday Stomp At Congo Square (Caribbean Tinge) 2014
Mose Allison, If You’re Goin’ To The City (The Sage Of Tippo Vol. 2) 1998

Gianni Lenoci 4tet w/William Parker, Mbira (Secret Garden) 2011
Ken Vandermark w/Chad Taylor & Håvard Wiik, The Measure of the Height (In The Abstract) 2014
Darryl Harper, Ballad The Need’s Got To Be So Deep [Disc 1] 2014
Jua, Old Devil Moon (Color Of Life) 2014
The Sean Jones Quartet, How High The Moon (Im.Pro.Vise) 2014

John Hébert Trio w/Benoît Delbecq & Gerald Cleaver, title (Floodstage) 2014
Jason Kao Hwang, Nilometer at Roda (Zilzal) 2013
Ada Rovatti, Halfway (Disguise) 2014
Alan Chan Jazz Orchestra, René’s Barcarolle (Shrimp Tale) 2014

Kojiro Umezaki, “…seasons continue, as if none of this ever happened…” (Cycles) 2014
Ken Berman, Lush Life (Sound Poetry) 2014
Keith Jarrett & Charlie Haden, ‘Round Midnight (Last Dance) 2014

Kate McGarry, Trouble of the World (Mercy Streets) 2005
Joel Harrison w/Jeremy Clemons & Michael Bates, John the Revelator (Mother Stump) 2014
Jim Black, Trevor Dunn, Oscar Noriega & Chris Speed, Uri Bird (Endangered Blood) 2011
JD Allen, Car – Car (Bloom) 2014

Julius Hemphill, Leora (Big Band) 1988
Joshua Redman, Never Let Me Go (Trios Live) 2014
Lena Bloch, Beautiful You (Feathery) 2014
Jessica Williams, For All We Know (With Love) 2014

*time is relative


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Songs on Toast – 07/18/2014

THAT TRAIN IS GONE

Westbound Train 3:08 Dennis Brown Reggae Hit The Town
Gone Dead Train 2:56 Randy Newman Performance
Travelin’ 2:33 Mr. Airplane Man C’mon DJ
If Love Was a Train 4:31 Amy LaVere Died of Love
That Train Don’t Stop Here 3:53 Los Lobos Wolf Tracks: The Best Of Los Lobos
Catch A Train 3:26 Free Walk in My Shadow
Southbound Train 2:42 Birmingham Jubilee Singers Birmingham Jubilee Singers Vol. 1 (1926-1927)
Hobo, You Can’t Ride This Train 3:04 Louis Armstrong Complete RCA-Victor Recordings
Roll With It 2:27 Steve Miller Band Love Is The Song We Sing
Fast Freight 3:39 Fifth Avenue Band The Fifth Avenue Band
The Woo Woo Train 2:57 Valentines Doo Wop Box #2
Stop That Train 3:14 Keith & Tex Riding The Musical Chariot
Blue Railroad Train 3:01 Geoff & Maria Muldaur Sweet Potatoes
Whisky Train 4:32 Procol Harum Home
That Train Is Gone 2:52 Chuck Willis Stroll On
The Train I’m On 3:09 Tony Joe White The Best Of Tony Joe White
Train Leaves Here This Morning 3:51 Gene Clark Flying High
Trains 5:19 Terence Boylan Terence Boylan
My Opening Farewell 4:57 Jackson Browne & David Lindley RCA Studios, New York City NY, September 27, 1973
Last Train To Memphis 3:01 Bobby Charles Last Train To Memphis
Where The Railroads Run On Time5:42 OK Savant OK SAVANT
Midnight Train 4:19 Joe Louis Walker Witness To The Blues
Train Round The Bend 3:23 Velvet Underground Loaded
Mystery Train 2:29 Elvis Presley Sun Records Collection
Sympathy For A Train 6:28 Willis Alan Ramsey w/Jamie Oldaker Mad Dogs And Oakies
Desperados Waiting for the Train 4:31 Guy Clark The Essential Guy Clark
Endless Tunnel 13:15 The Serpent Power The Serpent Power
Gospel Train 2:39 Wright Brothers The Gospel Tradition : The Roots And The Branches
The Train 2:38 Lord Buckley A Most Immaculately Hip Aristocrat

One Man’s Jazz – 07/17/2014

Time Song Artist Album
Midnight Osiris Mark Lomax Trio Isis And Osiris
  Interlude (drums) Mark Lomax Trio Isis And Osiris
  Pleistocene Part II Brahja Waldman & Sir Real Sir Real: Live At Resonance Cafe
  Bomba Obscura Rafa Rosa Portrait
  Part IV-Trap IV Garbowski-Cruz Quartet Rashomon Effect
  Where Does Time Go Michael Dessen Trio Resonating Abstractions
  Past Life Jeff Platz Past & Present Futures
  Back Water Andrew Lamb Trio New Orleans Suite
  Eyewitness News Bluze Byron Morris Unity, A Retrospective
  Round Midnight Keith Jarrett & Charlie Haden Last Dance
  New Recruit Rafa Rosa Portrait
  Undervattensvals Shatls Trio Jag Skulle Bara Ga Ut
  Hoggormen Helge Lien Trio Badgers & Other Beings
  Poughkeepsie Ridge Big Eyed Rabbit Big Eyed Rabbit
  The Hill Song Java Quartet Together
  Second Meeting Miroslav Vitous Miroslav Vitous Group
  Watermelon Man Herbie Hancock Headhunters
  Bite My Blues Gorilla Mask Bite My Blues
  Upplosning Stefan Orins Trio Liv
  For The Love Of Cindy Jemeel Moondoc The Zookeeper's House
  Sky, Good J. C. Sanford Views From The Outside
  Bulgarian Rhythm 3 Quietmen & Steffen Battaglia Bartokosmos
  Back To School Conference Call Seven: Live At Firehouse 12
  For Sticking Around Til The End The Curators Thank You

Rafi Zabor’s Updoc, Fri., 7/18 & Tues., 7/22

Rafi Zabor’s Updoc, Fri 7/18 & Tues 7/22

Mingus used to call him not Charlie or Haden but “Bass”—a heavy compliment, coming from him—though I can remember a time when people would look at you funny when you started raving about Charlie Haden as a great bassist. That pretty much ended with his first album of duets in 1976, but until then even some musicians were so infatuated with fast, supposedly hornlike bassplaying that they couldn’t get with what Haden was doing. The startling thing about those duets was not only that most of us had never heard such an intimate degree of listening before, but that Haden’s attention and his struggle for truthfulness of expression also pointed us back to life and suggested a way one might be able to live it. I first met him at around that time and his personal impact on me was as great as that of his music, which is why I’m such a lousy deejay on this week’s Updoc—8PM Friday and noon next Tuesday, Roundtrip Broadway Blues time. I just keep choking up and muttering “Charlie”, but most of the two-hour show is music, with an appropriate amount of Ornette Coleman, some duets with that petulant pianist, whatsisname, a few trips on the Escalator Over the Hill, and Charlie singing Shenandoah—he was born in Shenandoah Iowa and for all his jazz authenticity he never stopped being country—among other projects and highlights. He was one of the greats, and with him deep really did mean deep. Do drop in. It’s a long way down, and up.CharlieColorLarge

Rafi Zabor’s Updoc, Fri 7/18 & Tues 7/22

Mingus used to call him not Charlie or Haden but “Bass”—a heavy compliment, coming from him—though I can remember a time when people would look at you funny when you started raving about Charlie Haden as a great bassist. That pretty much ended with his first album of duets in 1976, but until then even some musicians were so infatuated with fast, supposedly hornlike bassplaying that they couldn’t get with what Haden was doing. The startling thing about those duets was not only that most of us had never heard such an intimate degree of listening before, but that Haden’s attention and his struggle for truthfulness of expression also pointed us back to life and suggested a way one might be able to live it. I first met him at around that time and his personal impact on me was as great as that of his music, which is why I’m such a lousy deejay on this week’s Updoc—8PM Friday and noon next Tuesday, Roundtrip Broadway Blues time. I just keep choking up and muttering “Charlie”, but most of the two-hour show is music, with an appropriate amount of Ornette Coleman, some duets with that petulant pianist, whatsisname, a few trips on the Escalator Over the Hill, and Charlie singing Shenandoah—he was born in Shenandoah Iowa and for all his jazz authenticity he never stopped being country—among other projects and highlights. He was one of the greats, and with him deep really did mean deep. Do drop in. It’s a long way down, and up.CharlieColorLarge