Monday, November 5, 2007

August 22, 2006

"Headlong" - Bill Gilliam (Spirit matter)
"Bomsu" - Trevor Watts Moire Music Drum Orchestra (Wider embrace)
"Never got to Pernambuco" - Don Ross (Music for vacuuming)
"Back home" - Lennie Tristiano Quintet (Live in Toronto 1952)
"Sam enchanted dick" - Jack Bruce (Things we like)
"Tropicando" - Jorge Sylvester Afro-Caribbean Experimental Trio (In the ear of the beholder)
"Blend" - Sandy Bull (Re-inventions)
"How postmodern of me" - Quinsin Nachoff (Magic numbers)
"Two miles before dawn" - Two Banks of Four (Kings of jazz)
"Boodschappenlijst IV" - Misha Mengelberg (Solo)
"JeNeane's dream" - Joey DeFrancesco (Organic vibes)
"To pianist Cecil Taylor" - Anthony Braxton (For alto)
"Air" - Cecil Taylor (World of Cecil Taylor)
"Pussywillows cat-tails" - Lori Cullen (Calling for rain)
"Swing low, sweet cadillac" - Dizzy Gillespie (Dizzy Gillespie (Ken Burns jazz))
"Staples" - Steve Lacy (Saxophone special +)
"Muster fur kammerorchester" - Carlo Fashion (Kings of jazz)
"Rainbow on my table" - Assis Tsahar & the Brass Reeds Ensemble (Hollow world)
"Hidden strength" - Ted Moses Quintet (Ready or not 2)
"Tears for the boy wonder (for Winston Marsalis)" - Other Dimensions in Music (Other dimensions in music)
"Afro white" - Hedvig Hanson (Kings of jazz)
"Prairie dog ballet" - Jim Pearce (Prairie dog ballet)
"Olhossss…" - Sao Paulo Underground (Sauna: um, dois, tres)
"Moon dance" - Sun Ra and His Arkestra (Cosmic tones/Art forms)

Some "first plays" this week, including Steve Lacy and Anothny Braxton. Also a "first play" of sorts was the compilation Kings of jazz. This appeared on the CJSW jazz playlist around this time and it furnished a fair amount of nifty stuff for "Breaking the tethers" and other shows over the next several weeks; perhaps I should dig it out of the library and revisit it one of these days. Ready or not 2 was plundered again. The program ended with Sun Ra, which is always a good thing.


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