Tuesday, December 11, 2007

December 11, 2007

"Mind the gap" - Altered Laws Quartet (Metaphora)
"Finding and believing" - Pat Metheny (Secret story)
"Lay lady lay" - Keith Jarrett (The Dylan concert)
"The song is you" - Mimi Fox (Perpetually hip)
"The late late blues" - Milt Jackson & John Coltrane (Bags and Trane)
"Facing west" - Steve Coleman (Invisible paths: first scattering)
"Hebvark" - Fond Of Tigers (Release the saviours)
"Spenny loses again" - Jerrold Dubyk Quartet (The way you see it)
"Navad (the wanderer)" - 3 Cohens (Braid)
"Ah-leu-cha" - Archie Shepp (Steam)
"595" - Ron Carter (Dear Miles)
"Miyako/Black nile" - The Fred Hersch Trio (Live at the Village Vanguard)
"Tuff love" - Galactic with Trombone Shorty (From the corner to the block)
"Jazzy" - Claude Bolling (Suite for flute & jazz piano trio no. 2)
"Bike lane" - Richard Underhill (Kensington suite)
"Afro blue" - Mongo Santamaria (Afro blue: the Picante collection)
"Hat and beard" - Eric Dolphy Memorial Barbeque (Ai Confini Tra Sargenda e Jazz 2004, Piazza del Nuraghe, Sant'Anna Aressi, August 29, 2004)
"Ashe a go-go" - Sonic Liberation Front (Ashe a go-go)
"Olsen twins supoena" - Josh Roseman (New constellations)
"Untitled" - Luca Sirigu Trio (Ai Confini Tra Sargenda e Jazz 2004, Piazza del Nuraghe, Sant'Anna Aressi, August 29, 2004)
"Ringing changes" - Sonic Fiction (Changing with the times)

Some comments on this week's show:

*The Pat Metheny tune ("Finding and believing") was an interesting discovery from a so-so album (Secret story). At least one listener agreed with me and called in to ask about it.

*"Spenny loses again" - Jerrold Dubyk must watch Kenny Vs. Spenny (http://www.kennyvsspenny.tv/). An insane show, not for the faint of heart.

*The new Richard Underhill album, Kensington suite, is better than I thought it would be (I wasn't that fond of his last one). There are a few particularly interesting tunes, including the one I played today, "Bike lane". I hope to play more of it in the following weeks.

*I loved the title of the Josh Roseman track, "Olsen twins subpoena".

Next week, I'll be switching programs with the Wednesday jazz program host, Megan. She'll be doing Breaking The Tethers while I'll be doing Lush Life. I'll be back on Tuesday the following week, for my Christmas day freak-out (of sorts).


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