taint town live – 08/30/2014

fri&sat mid-3am (eastern); [repeats] mon& wed 9-mid; Tues. 8-11am

midnight*
Hazmat Modine, Walking Stick (Cicada) 2011
Joel Harrison w/Jeremy Clemons & Michael Bates, Stratusphunk (Mother Stump) 2014
Tin Hat, title (the rain is a handsome animal: 17 songs from the poetry of e e cummings)
Ideal Bread, Scraps (Beating The Teens: Songs Of Steve Lacy) 2014
Todd Bishop Group, Ventimiglia (Travelogue) 2014
Jim Black, Trevor Dunn, Oscar Noriega, Chris Speed, Andrew’s Ditty Variation One (Endangered Blood) 2011

John Hébert Trio w/Benoît Delbecq & Gerald Cleaver, Red House in Nola (Floodstage) 2014
Jua, Bird Alone (Color Of Life) 2014
Kris Bowers, #TheProtester (Heroes + Misfits) 2014
Oran Etkin w/Ben Allison, Curtis Fowlkes, Lionel Loueke & Nasheet Waits, Takeda [Homesick Blues] (Gathering Light) 2014
Frank Carlberg & Christine Correa, Everywhere (Variations on a Summer Day) 1999

Fred Hersch Trio, Autumn Haze (Floating) 2014
Rodrigo Amado, To the Music (Wire Quartet) 2014
Eric Reed, Nutty (The Adventurous Monk) 2014
Alfredo Rodriguez, Quizás, Quizás, Quizás [Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps] (The Invasion Parade) 2014

Brad Goode, St. Louis Blues (Chicago Red) 2013
Doug MacLeod, My Inlaws Are Outlaws (There’s A Time) 2013
Bryan And The Haggards w/Eugene Chadbourne, Bob Wills Medley (Merles Just Want To Have Fun) 2013
Henry Muldrow & Hans van Gelderen, One meatball (Schubert & the blues) 1992
Russ Johnson Quartet, Lithosphere (Meeting Point) 2014

Walt Weiskopf, Four Horsemen (Overdrive) 2014
Walter White, title (Most Triumphant) 2014
J.J. Wright, Take Me Home (Inward Looking Outward) 2014
The Frank Walton/Yoron Israel Sextet, Ichi-Ban (Live In Chicago) 2014

Fred Hersch w/Jay Clayton, Blame It on My Youth (Beautiful Love) 1992
Orrin Evans Octet, In My Soul (Mother’s Touch) 2014
Dara Tucker, Sun, See Through Me [feat. John Ellis, Donald Edwards, Greg Bryant & Helen Sung] (The Sun Season) 2014
The Westerlies, Waltz From Woman Of Tokyo (The Music Of Wayne Horvitz) 2014
Yelena Eckemoff, Inspiration (A Touch of Radiance) 2014

*time is relative

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One Man’s Jazz – 08/28/2014

Time Song Artist Album
Midnight Constance Peter Epstein Polarities
  Ju Ju Call Kahil El'Zabar's Ritual Trio The Ancestors Are Among Us
  Lion Mouth Jeff Davis Trio Leaf House
  Pavilion Of Temporary Happiness Jeff Davis Quintet Dragon Father
  Poetry In Motion Conference Call Seven: Live At Firehouse 12
  Blues Is Calling Me Billy Jenkins Songs Of Praise -- Live
  Ologbo Alexander Hawkins Ensemble All There, Ever Out
  Dancing On The Wolf Road Decoy Spontaneous Combustion
  Cartagena Human Being Human
  Footprints Ginger Baker Why
  Kattorna Obara International Komeda
  Panem Et Circenses Part I Ivo Perelman The Other Edge
  I.E.S. Kartet Grand Laps
  Slow And Steady Convergence Quartet Slow And Steady
  Workin' It Phil Haynes No Fast Food In Concert
  Zen Lieb Phil Haynes No Fast Food In Concert
  Duke Cuong Vu & Richard Karpen - Indigo Mist That The Days Go By And Never Come Again
  Chenrezig Don Cherry Brown Rice
  Ahaya Du Don Cherry Dona Nostra
  New Myth Living By Lanterns New Myth Old Science
  Improvisation Toby Koenigsberg Trio Drift
  Song For Aki Toby Koenigsberg Trio Drift

Rafi Zabor’s Updoc, Friday, 8/29 & Tuesday, 9/2

I end up doing more memorial shows than is comfortable, but it’s happening in the jazz world: a magnificent generation in its seventies and eighties is filing out of the room—we keep tremulously awaiting Who’s Next—so it’s a pleasure to report on someone who didn’t die. Despite a Farewell To note on Facebook, the cellist Abdul Wadud is still bowing and plucking among us. I programmed Dogon A.D., the Julius Hemphill classic to which Wadud contributed so much, anyway, and followed it up with another classic of that jazz generation, the Art Ensemble of Chicago’s People in Sorrow, which I’d almost programmed on Malachi Favors’ birthday, and mine, the week before. Both pieces were recorded during the period in which Wynton Marsalis and Ken Burns declared jazz to have been dead. These are some fine zombies. From there this week’s Updoc—Friday at 8PM and noon next Tuesday, Doggone Brooklyn time—moves on to Bartok’s sonata for solo violin, its daddy the Bach chaconne, and Beethoven’s always disturbing Grosse Fuge, but herewith Updoc breaks new ground: my deejay announcements were made while lying on the floor of an overbooked Amtrak train headed for NY from RI, and then later from a seat, with side-commentary provided by two guys from Luxembourg and a lady from New Rochelle—and this in the quiet car! For the past few months, Kip Hanrahan has been doing the most adventurous show on taintradio or for that matter anywhere, but has he done this? There were people stepping on me, when the show must go on. Yo, Kip: this is a thrown gauntlet, man. I have raised the ante. Your move.DOGONTRAK*

Rafi Zabor’s Updoc, Friday 8/29 & Tuesday 9/2

I end up doing more memorial shows than is comfortable, but it’s happening in the jazz world: a magnificent generation in its seventies and eighties is filing out of the room—we keep tremulously awaiting Who’s Next—so it’s a pleasure to report on someone who didn’t die. Despite a Farewell To note on Facebook, the cellist Abdul Wadud is still bowing and plucking among us. I programmed Dogon A.D., the Julius Hemphill classic to which Wadud contributed so much, anyway, and followed it up with another classic of that jazz generation, the Art Ensemble of Chicago’s People in Sorrow, which I’d almost programmed on Malachi Favors’ birthday, and mine, the week before. Both pieces were recorded during the period in which Wynton Marsalis and Ken Burns declared jazz to have been dead. These are some fine zombies. From there this week’s Updoc—Friday at 8PM and noon next Tuesday, Doggone Brooklyn time—moves on to Bartok’s sonata for solo violin, its daddy the Bach chaconne, and Beethoven’s always disturbing Grosse Fuge, but herewith Updoc breaks new ground: my deejay announcements were made while lying on the floor of an overbooked Amtrak train headed for NY from RI, and then later from a seat, with side-commentary provided by two guys from Luxembourg and a lady from New Rochelle—and this in the quiet car! For the past few months, Kip Hanrahan has been doing the most adventurous show on taintradio or for that matter anywhere, but has he done this? There were people stepping on me, when the show must go on. Yo, Kip: this is a thrown gauntlet, man. I have raised the ante. Your move.DOGONTRAK*

Martian Gardens – 08/27/2014

Martian Gardens for August 24 & 27, 2014

MARTIAN GARDENS

WMUA .ORG
Sundays live broadcast/webcast
9:00 p.m. — 12:00 a.m. EDT
WMUA 91.1 FM
Amherst, Massachusetts
August 24, 2014
(extended edition 9:00 p.m. — 12:30 a.m. EDT)

TAINTRADIO.ORG
webcast: Wednesdays 6:00 p.m. — 9:00 p.m. EDT
Webcast date: August 27, 2014
Host: Max Shea

online playlists: Martian Gardens blog
email: maxtshea@gmail.com

SINGLE PLAY
Fifth House Ensemble: Perpetual Spark (A. Shapiro)
Excelsior
Cedille Records/2014
composer: Alex Shapiro; Fifth House Ensemble (flute: Melissa Snoza; violin: Andrew Williams; viola: Clark Carruth; cello: Herine Coetzee; bass: Eric Snoza; piano: Jani Parsons); recorded at the Chicago Recording Company, 2013; composition year: 2011; time: 6:53

SINGLE PLAY
Robert Erickson: Corfu
Complete String Quartets
New World Records/2014
Del Sol Quartet (violins: Kate Stenberg, Rick Shinozaki; viola: Charlton Lee; cello: Kathryn Bates); recorded at Skywalker Sound, Marin County, California, December 2013; composition year: 1986; time: 22:28

SINGLE PLAY
Robert Morris: Arc for String Quartet
Robert Morris at 70 (various artists)
Compositions and Performances in Celebration
Open Space/2014
The JACK Quartet (violins: Christopher Otto, Ari Streisfeld; viola: John Pickford Richards; cello: Kevin McFarland); recorded at Baird Hall, SUNY Buffalo, October 13, 2009; composition year: 1988; time: 15:28

SET ONE
Harry Partch: Harry Partch introduces the 1953 premiere (excerpt)
Plectra and Percussion Dances
An Evening of Dance Theater
Bridge Records/2014
recorded at KPFA FM, Berkeley, 1953; total excerpt time: 2:55

Harry Partch: Castor & Pollux
A Dance for the Twin Rhythms of Gemini
Castor
a. Leda & the Swan (Insemination) [1:53]
b. Conception [1:51]
c. Incubation [1:51]
d. Chorus of Delivery from the Egg [1:53]
Pollux
e. Leda & the Swan (Insemination) [1:50]
f. Conception [1:51]
g. Incubation [1:52]
h. Chorus of Delivery from the Egg [2:00]
Plectra and Percussion Dances
An Evening of Dance Theater
Bridge Records/2014
PARTCH ensemble (ingredients may include — diamond marimba, Eroica, cymbal: Erin Barnes; voice: Paul Berkoids; kithara: Alison Bjorkedahl; canon, surrogate kiethara, Eroica: Matt Cook; cloud chamber bowls, chromelodeon: David Johnson; saxophone: Ulrich Krieger; percussion: Yumi Lee; canon: Tom Peters; guitars, canons: John Schneider; adapted viola: Derek Stein; bowls, bass marimba, Eroica, fight bell: Nick Terry; bass marimba, voice: T.J. Roy; guitar, canons: Alex Wand); recorded at Disney Hall/Redcat Theatre, Los Angeles, June 9, 2013; composition year: 1952; total time: 14:58

Lou Harrison: Short Set from “Lazarus Laughed”
a. Caligula’s Dream (1:34)
b. Miriam (1:36)
c. Round Dance (2:02)
Works 1939-2000
Mode Records/2003
flute, alto flute: Leta Miller; cello: Karen Andrie; celesta: Michael McGushin; recorded at the recital hall at the University of Santa Cruz, 2001; composition year: 1999; total time: 5:12

SET TWO
Henry Cowell: Sound Form No. 1
Dancing with Henry
Mode Records/2001
flute: Leta Miller; clarinet: Mark Brandenburg; bassoon: Jane Orzel; percussion: Russell Greenberg, Michael Strunk; recorded at the recital hall of the University of California Santa Cruz, January 2000; composition year: 1937; time: 4:51

Philip Glass & Allen Ginsberg: Nagasaki Days (Everybody’s Fantasy)
Hydrogen Jukebox
Elektra-Nonesuch/1993
The Philip Glass Vocal Ensemble; flute: Carol Winenc; reeds: Andrew Sterman; percussion: Frank Cassara, James Pugliese; keyboards, conductor: Martin Goldray; recorded at The Looking Glass Studios, New York City, 1992-1993; time: 4:56

Phil Kline: Wondrous Love
John The Revelator
A Mass for Six Voices
Cantaloupe Music/2008
Lionheart vocal group; Ethel string quartet; recorded at the Church of St. Luke’s in the Fields, Greenwich Village, August 2007; music, lyrics: traditional, arr. Kline; time: 2:42

Phil Kline: selections from Zippo Songs
a. Ours is Not (4:36)
b. Been to Hell (2:30)
Zippo Songs
Airs of War and Lunacy
Cantaloupe Music/2004
vocals: Theo Bleckmann; violin: Todd Reynolds; guitar: Phil Kline; percussion: David Cossin; recorded in New York City, September 2003; music, lyrics: Phil Kline; total excerpts time: 7:06

SET THREE
Jon Hassell: Chor Moiré
Dream Theory in Malaya
EG Records/1981
electronically filtered trumpet: Jon Hassell; recorded at Grant Avenue Studio, Hamilton, Ontario, 1981; time: 2:15

Ilia Belorukou: Gnat
I Did What Was Possible to Quiet Us
Spectropol/2014
electronics, processed saxophone:Ilia Belorukou; recorded in Saint-Petersburg, Russia; time: 5:53

Robert Scott Thompson: Waters and the Wild
Gold Flowers Bloom Mercury Petals
Aucourant Records/2009
electronics, synthesizers: Robert Scott Thompson; recorded at the composer’s studio, Roswell, Georgia; time: 6:47

Robert Scott Thompson: Monk Gazes at Moon
Poesis Athesis
Lens Records/2008
electronics, synthesizers: Robert Scott Thompson; recorded at the composer’s studio, Roswell, Georgia; time: 5:29

Paul Rubenstein: The Garden Still Sleeps
Soundtrack to Travels with H
A series of short films by Raeshma Razvi
Spectropol/2013
instruments, composition: Paul Rubenstein; recorded in Seattle, time: 3:45

SET FOUR
Rapoon: Cello Yellow
Cultural Forgeries
Alrealon Musique/2014
cello, percussion, processing: Robin Storey; time: 4:05

Erdem Helvacioğlu: An Unmeasured Loss of Acumen
Esther’s Memory
Aucourant Records/2013
instruments, processing: Erdem Helvacioğlu; percussion: Stuart Gerber; recorded at the CARA studios, Georgia State University, Atlanta; November, 2010; time: 4:45

Erdem Helvacioğlu: Shattered Snow Globe
Eleven Short Stories
Innova Recordings/2012
prepared piano, processing: Erdem Helvacioğlu; recorded at Robert College Suna Koçak Theater Hall, Istanbul, Turkey; time: 5:08

Brian Eno: Little Fishes
Another Green World
E.G.-Jem/1987 (org. Island Records LP/1975)
prepared piano, Farfisa organ: Brian Eno; recorded at Island Studios, London, summer 1975; time: 1:30

Brian Eno with Rick Holland: Fierce Aisles of Light
Drums Between the Bells
Warp Records/2011
electronics, voice: Brian Eno; poem, voice: Rick Holland,voices: Nick Robertson, Anastasia Afomina; recorded in London, 2011; time: 2:32

Odeya Nini: Dalai
Vougheauxyice (Voice)
pfMENTUM/2014
voice, whistling, vocalizations, noises, processing: Odeya Nini; recorded at Joshua Tree, California, September 25, 2012; time: 6:16

SET FIVE
Alain Savouret: 1st Book of Illusions
Alain Savouret
Mnémosyne Musique Media/2004
electroacoustic music realized at GMEB (IMEB), Bourges, France, 1987; time: 19:40

Gilles Gobeil: La Nuit*
from Ombres, espaces, silences…
Trois Songes
empreintes DIGITALes/2008
electroacoustic music realized at the studios of the Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie Karlsruhe (ZKM) in Germany, winter 2005, premiered at trans_canada, ZKM, February 12, 2005; time: 2:58
* WMUA version only

– FIN –

Messin’ With The Blues – 08/27/2014

Theme music: Erwin Helfer / Stop Time Boogie / 8 Hands on 88 Keys: Chicago Blues Piano Masters (Sirens)
Dinah Washington / Me and My Gin (live) / Dinah Washington Sings Bessie Smith (Atlantic/WEA)
Noble “Thin Man” Watts / Burn Creepers, Burn / Return of the Thin Man (King Snake)
Albert King / I Walked All Night Long / The Big Blues (King)
Kevin McKendree / Boogie No. 427 / Hammers and Strings (Powerhouse)
Albert Collins / Cold, Cold Feeling / Ice Pickin’ (Alligator)
Eden Brent / Let’s Go Ahead and Fall in Love / Jigsaw Heart (Yellow Dog)
Deep Blue Organ Trio / You Haven’t Done Nothin’ / Wonderful! (Origin)
Ramsey Lewis Trio / Dancing in the Street / In Person: 1960-1967 (GRP)
Andy Poxon / Jammin’ at Lakewest / Tomorrow (Eller Soul)
B.B. King / Nobody Loves Me but My Mother / Live at San Quentin (MCA)
Henry Butler with Steven Bernstein and the Hot 9 / Henry’s Boogie / Viper’s Drag (Impulse)

Jubilation – 08/27/2014

Jubilation Vol. 137

Wed 8/27/14 Midnight – 3 AM

Mon 9/01/14 Noon – 3 PM

Hour One

Bruno Raberg / Ballad for Summer’s End / Lifelines / Orbis Music (2008)

Rod McGaha / Black Flower / The Black Flower Project / self released

Ada Rovatti / Moving Forward / Disguise / Piloductions

Michael Dease / Is That So / Relentless / Positone

Freda Payne – Guess I’ll Hang My Tears Out To Dry / Come Back To Me Love / Artistry Music-Mack Ave

Frank Walton-Yoron Israel Sextet / Hipssippi Blues /Live In Chicago / Han-Wal Productions

Tineke Postma & Greg Osby / Sea Skies / Sonic Halo / Challenge

Tom Harrell / Windmills / Trip / HighNote

Hour Two

Wil Blades / (I Can’t Stand) The Whole Lott of You / Field Notes / Royal Potato Family Records

Paul Carr / Beyond All Limits / B 3 Sessions (DC-NY) / PCJ Music

Charlie Apicella & Iron City / Sunday Mornin’ / Big Boss / Zoho

Novox / Waiting For The Pusherman / Over The Honeymoon / Z Productions

Stanton Moore / Lauren Z / Conversations / Royal Potato Family

Rodney Whitaker / When You Played With Roy / When We Find Ourselves Alone / Mack Ave

Peter Brendler / Drop The Mittens / Outside The Line / Positone

Iconoclast / When I’m Gone / Naked Rapture / Fang Records

Dena DeRose / Big City / We Wont’ Forget You. .. / HighNote

Catherine Russell / I Cover The Waterfront / Bring It Back / Jazz Village

Hour Three

Brian Blade & The Fellowship Band / Farewell Bluebird / Landmarks / Blue Note

Holly Hoffman / Touch The Fog / Low Life / Capri

Jochen Rueckert / Manong Twilight At The Whatever Hotel / We Make The Rules / Whirlwind

Darius Jones & Matthew Shipp / Divine Engine/ Cosmick Lieder: The Darkseid Recital / AUM Fidelity

Brad Mehldau & Mark Guiliana / Sleeping Giant / Mehliana: Taming The Dragon / Nonesuch

Michael Lake & Gerry Pagano / Love On A Real Train / Roads Less Travelled / redlake

Orrin Evans / Devil Eyes / Liberation Blues / Smoke Sessions

Andreas Varady / Swing 42 / Andreas Varady / Verve

Ken Irwin
Host of Taintradio’s “Jubilation”
and
Jazz Music Director and Host of “Java Jazz”
WMUA – FM
University of Massachusetts at Amherst
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Amherst, MA 01003

Chicago Bound – 08/26/2014

Theme music: Robert Lockwood, Jr., “Lockwood’s Boogie” / Steady Rollin’ Man (ZYX)
Rob Stone, “Chicago All Night” / Back Around Here (Earwig)
Chris James and Patrick Rynn, “H.M. Stomp” / Gonna Boogie Anyway (Earwig)
Joanne Garrett, “Scratch My Back” / Chicago Blues: Rockin’ After Midnight (St. George)
Billy Branch and the Sons of Blues, “Crazy Mixed Up World” / Blues Shock (Blind Pig)
Lafayette Leake, “If You’re Not Mine” / Chicago Blues Festival, Vol. 5: 1983-1986 (Black & Blue)
Lowell Fulson, “Check Yourself” / The Complete Chess Masters (50th Anniversary Collection) (MCA/Chess)
Sonny Boy Williamson, “Cool Disposition” / The Essential Sonny Boy Williamson II (MCA/Chess)
John Littlejohn, “Catfish Blues” / Chicago Blues Stars (Arhoolie)
Willie Kent, “Somebody Else” / Make Room for the Blues (Delmark)
Johnny Yard Dog Jones, “A Changed Feeling” / Ain’t Gonna Worry (Earwig)
Matthew Skoller, “Mighty Long Time” / Tap Root (Tongue ‘N Groove)
Willie “Long Time” Smith, “I Love You Baby Boogie” / Juke Joint Jump: Boogie Woogie Celebration (Columbia/Legacy)
Little Arthur Duncan, “Leaving Mississippi” / Live at Rosa’s Blues Lounge (P-Vine)
Howlin’ Wolf, “Rollin’ and Tumblin’” (acoustic fragment) / Ain’t Gonna Be Your Dog (Chess)

Tone Science – 08/24/2014

tone science 175

Time Song Artist Album
Midnight Encyclopedia of a Horse (for Henry Threadgill) Audio One An International Report
 
  5 Frode Gjerstad/Paal Nilssen-Love Hasselt
  Illuminations John Zorn In the Hall of Mirrors
 
  The Freedom Principle Rodrigo Amado Motion Trio + Peter Evans The Freedom Principle
  entoptic landscape version 1 Lauren Redhead Entoptic Lanscape
 
  Sworn Enemies Matt Nelson Lower Bottoms
  The Temple Ball Stops Mike Weis Dont Know, Just Walk
 
  That Damn Volcano Karen Mantler Business Is Bad

taint town live – 08/23/2014

fri&sat mid-3am eastern; [repeats] mon&wed 9-mid; tues 8-11am

midnight*
Tom Harrell, Sunday (Trip) 2014
Peter Brendler, The Darkness (Outside the Line) 2014
The Stockton Helbing Quartet, Mushface (Handprints) 2014
Maya Beiser w/Jherek Bischoff, Lithium (Uncovered) 2014
Ideal Bread, Crops (Beating The Teens: Songs Of Steve Lacy) 2014
Kelly Brand, Try Silence (WDCB Loves Chicago Jazz, Vol. 1) 2013

John Hébert Trio w/Benoît Delbecq & Gerald Cleaver, Cold Brewed (Floodstage) 2014
Daniel Rosenboom Quintet, Leaving Moscow (Fire Keeper) 2014
Oran Etkin w/Ben Allison, Curtis Fowlkes, Lionel Loueke & Nasheet Waits, When It’s Sleepy Time Down South (Gathering Light) 2014
The Nels Cline Singers, Red Before Orange (Macroscope) 2014
Bobby Avey w/Miguel Zenon, Ben Monder, Thomsom Kneeland & Jordan Perlson, Louverture (Authority Melts From Me) 2014

Jaki Byard, Spanish Tinge No 1 (The Late Show – An Evening With Jaki Byard) 2014
Joris Roelofs w/Matt Penman & Ted Poor, High Dark Sea (Aliens Deliberating) 2014
Orbert Davis’ Chicago Jazz Philharmonic Chamber Ensemble, Muerte Del Matador (Sketches Of Spain [Revisited]) 2014
Somi, Brown Round Things (The Lagos Music Salon) 2014
Darius Jones And Matthew Shipp, Divine Engine (The Darkseid Recital) 2014
Ada Rovatti, Ghost Stories (Disguise) 2014

Tom Rainey, Long Ago and Far Away (Obbligato) 2014
The Westerlies, Waltz From Woman Of Tokyo (The Music Of Wayne Horvitz) 2014
Laurie Antonioli, Woman Of Heart And Mind (Songs Of Shadow, Songs Of Light) 2014
Variable Density Sound Orchestra, Heart Is Only A Part (Evolving Strategies) 2013
Ken Vandermark, Chad Taylor & Håvard Wiik, 29 (In The Abstract) 2014
William Parker and Hamid Drake, Sky (Summer Snow)

Polk Minor & His New South Quartet, Oysters & Wine at 2 A.M.
Steve Wilson / Lewis Nash Duo, Happy House (Duologue) 2014
Steve Coleman & Five Elements, Limbic Cry (Functional Arrhythmias) 2013
The Sophie Duner String Quartet Marionettes (The City of my Dreams) 2008
Ted Rosenthal Trio, Strike Up The Band (Rhapsody In Gershwin) 2014
Sara Serpa/Ran Blake, The Band Played On (Aurora) 2012
Miles Davis, It Ain’t Necessarily So (Porgy And Bess) 1958
Zap Mama, title [What's Your Name?] (Sabsylma) 1994

*time is relative

Bob Rogers
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A venue for independent producers
JazzWeek Internet Station of the Year 2011

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