Tone Science – 10/11/2015

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Time Song Artist Album
Midnight Just Charles Amirkhanian 10 + 2: 12 American Sound Pieces
  Fat Millie's Lament (1965) Kenneth Gaburo Tape Play
 
  Otto Sees Anna Brigit & Leonel Kaplan Stereo Trumpet
  Points d'Aube Betsy Jolas/Serge Collot, Ensemble Ars Nova Stances, B for Sonata, J.D.E., Points d'Aube d'un Opéra de Voyage -
 
  Spacecraft (1967) Musica Elettronica Viva MEV 40
  Praying Mantis Paul Flaherty, Steve Swell, C. Spencer Yeh, Weasel Walter Dragonly Breath
 
  From Assent To Refusal Dikeman Noble Serries Trio Obscure Fluctuations

Beyond the Groove Yard – 10/11/2015

Beyond the Groove Yard 10/11/15 & 10/14/15, ep 046. Duke Ellington Orchestra (1st hour); Gerald Wilson Orchestra (2nd hour).

Hour One:
Duke Ellington: East St. Louis Toodle-Oo The Okeh Ellington Columbia
Duke Ellington: Black and Tan Fantasy The Okeh Ellington Columbia
Duke Ellington: The Mooche The Okeh Ellington Columbia
Duke Ellington: Blues Unknown Session Columbia
Duke Ellington: Caravan Money Jungle Blue Note
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Duke Ellington: New Orleans A Drum is a Woman Columbia
Duke Ellington: Congp Square A Drum is a Woman Columbia
Duke Ellington: Blues for New Orleans New Orleans Suite Atlantic
Duke Ellington: Portrait of Louis Armstrong New Orleans Suite Atlantic
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Duke Ellington: Chinoserie The Afro-Eurasian Eclipse Fantasy
Duke Ellington: Sempre Amor Afro-Bpssa Reprise
Duke Ellington: Latin American Sunshine Latin American Suite Fantasy

Hour Two:
Gerald Wilson: Synthetic Joe Chronological 1945 & 1946 Classics
Gerald Wilson: Puerto Rican Breakdown Chronological 1945 & 1946 Classics
Gerald Wilson: Blues for Yna Yna You Better Believe It Pacific Jazz
Gerald Wilson: Jeri You Better Believe It Pacific Jazz
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Gerald Wilson: Paco Portraits Pacofic Jazz
Gerald Wilson: Viva Tirado Moment of Truth Pacific Jazz
Gerald Wilson: In the Limelight On Stage Pacific Jazz
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Gerald Wilson: Lighthouse Blues State Street Sweet MAMA Foundation
Gerald Wilson: A.E.N. In My Time Mack Avenue

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

Rafi Zabor’s Updoc , Fri Oct 9 & Tues Oct 13

PhilBill

Jon Irabagon has been tearing up the tenor saxphone in a number of styles the last few years. Updoc has some catching up to do and starts off this week’s show—Friday at 8PM and noon next Tuesday, New York Downtown time—with the opener of his new quartet record Behind the Sky and a selection from his Sonny Rollins mashup, Foxy, but that’s only a start. I want to lay hands on his new blues record too, and even get into his unlistenable noise stuff in weeks to come; and if I chased him with some Sonny Rollins, it’s not to put him in his place. Following that is a long track from Bill Dixon’s epochal 60s record Intents and Purposes, featuring a dark expansive sense of texture unique in that period, also some searing alto from the unjustly forgotten Robin Kenyatta. It would have been Dixon’s 90th birthday last week, had he lived that long. He’s still a powerful force and influence in some quarters of the music, and it’s easy to hear why. Meanwhile Phil Woods died the other day at the age of 84, and with more than five decades of his work to choose from it was hard to pick a couple of tracks, but I think I did okay. A ubiquitous sound on alto from his studio days in the 50s—how many movies of the period feature a lick of his unmistakable song?—he was a master improviser sometimes taken for granted simply because he played so well and was around for so long. No more. The show’s also got Eduard Tubin’s looming, wintry 8th Symphony, and a late Beethoven string quartet. Feel like joining?

Jazz Worldwide 101 5 October 2015

Song Title Artist Album Title Composer Name Record Label
Anyplace Ozere Finding Anywhere Jessica Deutsch www.ozere.ca
Atlas Revolt Bret Higgins Atlas Revolt Bret Higgins Tzadik
Wind Tunnels Ozere Finding Anywhere Jessica Deutsch www.ozere.ca
Beat Beat Drums Julia Hülsmann Quartet A Clear Midnight Julia Hülsmann-Walt Whitman ECM
A New Dance Rotem Sivan Trio A New Dance Rotem Sivan Fresh Sound New Talent
Meat for Dogs Bret Higgins Atlas Revolt Bret Higgins Tzadik
Mahini Mei Bolo Bolo Ali Farka Toure bolomusic.org
Sytë Elina Duni Quartet Dallëndyshe Traditional Albanian ECM
Last Train Home Gilad Hekselman Homes Pat Metheny Jazz Village
Where Do You Go Stefano Battaglia Trio In the Morning Alec Wilder ECM
Prélude Ballaké Sissoko and Vincent Ségal Musique de Nuit Vincent Ségal Six Degrees
River Chanty Julia Hülsmann Quartet A Clear Midnight Kurt Weill ECM
Voghormea Indz Astvats Tigran Hamasyan Luys I Luso Mesrop Mashtots-Traditional Armenian ECM
Vals para Verenna Horacio Lavandera Imágenes Music for Piano Dino Saluzzi ECM
Claveles Horacio Lavandera Imágenes Music for Piano Dino Saluzzi ECM
Lilia Anat Cohen Luminosa Milton Nascimento Anzic
Dakota Mathias Eick Midwest Mathias Eick ECM
Samba Tomora Ballaké Sissoko and Vincent Ségal Musique de Nuit Ballaké Sissoko Six Degrees
Congo Angola Bahia Tiganá Santana Tempo e Magma Tiganá Santana Ajabu!
Sefarad Third World Love Songs and Portraits Omer Avital Anzic
Treeology Shai Maestro Untold Stories Shai Maestro Motéma

Tone Science – 10/04/2015

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Time Song Artist Album
Midnight Untitled No. 1 Matana Roberts Always.
 
  VIsion One Stone Quartet Live at Vision Festival
 
  Reconnaissance Bertram Turetzky, George Lewis, Vinny Golia Triangulation II
  Echoes of Other Times Harry Bertoia Sonambient: Recordings of Harry Bertoia
 
  Cannones Incerti (2010) Jürg Frey/a.pe.ri.od.ic More or Less

Beyond the Groove Yard – 10/04/2015

Beyond the Groove Yard 10/4/15 & 10/7/15, ep 045. Mini-profiles of 3 flutists (Charles Lloyd, Yusef Lateef, Herbie Mann), and 3 clarinetists (Alvin Batiste, Jimmy Hamilton, Buddy FeFranco).

Hour One:
Charles Lloyd: Sombrero Sam Dream Weaver Atlantic
Charles Lloyd: Here, There & Everywhere Love-In Atlantic
Chico Hamilton: Love Song to a Baby Man From Two Worlds Impulse
Charles Lloyd: El Encanto A Night in Copenhagen Blue Note
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Yusef Lateef: Playful Flute The Sounds of Yusef Prestige
Yusef Lateef: Lateef’s Minor 7th The Three Faces of Yusef Lateef Riverside
Yusef Lateef: Titora The Centaur and the Phoenix Riverside
Yusef Lateef: I’ll Remember April Into Something Prestige
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Herbie Mann: Night in Tunisia The Common Ground Atlantic
Herbie Mann: Minha Saudade Brazil, Bossa Nova & Blues United Artists
Herbie Mann: Why Don’t You Do Right The Family of Mann Atlantic
Herbie Mann: Rivers of Babylon Reggae Atlantic
Herbie Mann: This Little Girl of Mine The Family of Mann Atlantic

Hour Two:
Alvin Batiste: Picou Bayou Magic India Navigation
Alvin Batiste: Tutuman Songs, Words and Messages, Connections South Louisiana Music
Alvin Batiste: When the Saints Late Columbia
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Jimmy Hamilton: Stupid But Not Crazy It’s About Time Prestige
Jimmy Hamilton/Alvin Batiste/John Carter/David Murray: Jeep’s Blues Clarinet Summit India Navigation
Jimmy Hamilton: Dancing on the Ceiling Can’t Help Swingin’ Prestige
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Buddy DeFranco: Blues in the Closet Odalisque Verve
Buddy DeFranco: Willow Weep for Me In a Mellow Mood Verve
Buddy DeFranco: Gerry’s Tune Autumn Leaves Verve

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

Downhome With Howling Dick (Ep 125 Definitely Not Elvis)

This week Howling reveals that he’s never been hit by a train, that he’s never been shot and that he doesn’t know what he’s talking about! Whats all this got to do with good music? Well listen and amongst the nonsense is an hour of damn fine blues, roots and all kind of things!

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Count Basie -” before the sailor hat”

I’m Going Home Prince Conley The Complete Stax/Volt Singles 1959-1968 VIDEO
Ladygrove Walk Poplar Jake & The Electric Delta Review See What You Done VIDEO
No More Doggin Dave Kelly When The Blues Comes To Call VIDEO
Queries & Theories The Lawyer And The Draper Criminal Material VIDEO
Heartbreak Hotel Hanni El Khatib Will The Guns Come Out VIDEO
Get Behind The Mule Sugar Brown Poor Lazarus VIDEO
Chocolate Jesus Martin Harley & Daniel Kimbro Live at Southern Ground VIDEO
Show Biz Kids Rickie Lee Jones It’s Like This VIDEO
Kokamo (Boy Bruce) Chuck E. Weiss Red Beans and Weiss VIDEO
Stormy Monday Count Basie Kansas City Shout VIDEO
Too Much Blues Ram John Holder Black London Blues VIDEO
Haunted Train Mike Davis Chicken Legs VIDEO
Milk Cow Blues Ragpicker String Band The Ragpicker String Band VIDEO
Pain In My Heart Otis Redding Mystery Train VIDEO
Is It Because I’m Black Syl Johnson Dave Godin’s Deep Soul Treasures – Vol. 3 VIDEO
Goodnight Irene Keith Richards Crosseyed Heart VIDEO

Rafi Zabor’s Updoc, Fri Oct 2 & Tues Oct 6

MilesJull

Here in Brooklyn the leaves have barely started turning color, still less falling to the sidewalk, yet here I am asking myself how many times I have to play Autumn Leaves, or the more complex Josef Kosma original, Feuilles Mortes, before encroaching on my colleague Kip Hanrahan’s triumph of programming Jobim’s Waters of March seventeen times running. On this week’s show—Friday at 8PM and noon next Tuesday, Prospect Park Maple time—with leaflets from Yves Montand, James Moody, Miles Davis (twice), Miles’ great early love Juliette Greco, Keith Jarrett (once), and of course Edith Piaf, in French and English, recorded live at Carnegie Hall, I’m not all that close, but still I feel a draft, spelled though the leaves are by Eduard Tubin’s Fifth—as thoroughly accomplished a 20th century symphony as anyone has composed—which the Estonian master completed in 1946 about the time he left for Sweden upon the confirmation of the Soviet takeover of his country; and by the exquisitely autumnal Piano Quintet in C Minor, a late work by the devastating and revelatory Gabriel Fauré, as summer into autumn slips. Autumn Leaves or Feuilles Mortes: Johnny Mercer’s English lyric ain’t but a patch on Jacques Prévert’s original, but it’s one of the great songs of the last century however you cut it: la chanson que tu chantais, toujours, toujours je l’entendrai. Ah yes, I remember it well.

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