Wednesday, December 19, 2007

December 19, 2007

"Interlude" - Manteca (Onward!)
"Stacked Mary Possum" - Bruce Hornsby/Christian McBride/JackDeJohnette (Camp meeting)
"Killer Joe" - Benny Golson (One day, forever)
"Good King Wenceslas" - Simon Fisk/Stephen Fisk/Tim Fisk (Calm adibe: Christmas reflections)
"Rumors" - The Jason Lindner Big Band (Live at the Jazz Gallery)
"Mixed message" - The Nels Cline Singers (Draw breath)
"Open music" - Steve Lehman Quintet (On meaning)
"Strangeness in the night" - John Scofield (This meets that)
"The way you see it" - Jerrold Dubyk Quartet (The way you see it)
"Maleah" - Les McCann (Les is more)
"Pullin' strings" - Shelly Manne & His Men (At the Black Hawk, vol. 5)
"One for honor" - McCoy Tyner (Horizon)
"The torchbearers" - Chris Mitchell Quintet (Spectrum)
"Bitches brew" - Miles Davis Septet (Fillmore West, October 15, 1970)
"Little knox" - The Rosemary Galloway Quartet (Live at the Montreal Bistro)
"The night has a thousand eyes" - Denny Zeitlin/David Friesen (Denny Zeitlin/David Friesen)
"Track 3" - David Murray/Sunny Murray Quintet (WXPJN-FM, Philadelphia, August 21, 1975)
"Tapawingo" - Bob James (Dancing on the water)
"Corn meal dance" - William Parker/Raining On The Moon (Corn meal dance)
"Serenity" - John Coltrane (Meditations)

This was a showfill for "Lush life", the Wednesday morning jazz program on CJSW. The regular host of that show, Megan, and I did a switch this week; she did "Breaking the tethers" while I did her program.

Nothing too amazing in this setlist but it was all consistently good stuff. The Coltrane piece at the end was a request by some guys who were stuck in traffic on Deerfoot Trail. I hope they eventually managed to escape!

Next week, I'll be back in my usual slot (Tuesday, 6-9 am) for my usual show (Breaking the tethers). As it will be Christmas Day, I'll be doing a special show, sort of a Christmas freak-out. I plan to play all sorts of wild stuff. Tentatively on deck for the show will be (more) Coltrane, Thurston Moore and Rashied Ali, Ornette Coleman, a drum battle between Ginger Baker and Art Blakey, and many more.


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