Monday, December 17, 2007

September 26, 2006

"Persona non grata" - Mike Rud (Live from Lotusland)
"Hare Krishna - Hail Krishna" - Tony Scott (Hare Krishna compilation)
"Got lip" - Alex Bellegarde Quartet (Caminando)
"Clustering" - Flat Earth Society (Presents psychoscout)
"Suite unseen: ancestral stroll" - Babatunde Lea (Suite unseen: summoner of ghosts)
"Mourning doves" - Jim Baker (More questions than answers)
"Way you look tonight" - Deep Blue Organ Trio (Live at the Green Mill)
"Psalm 13" - October Trio (Day in)
"Chela" - Francisco Mela (Melao)
"Unititled duet" - Albert Ayler (Impulse years)
"Satin doll" - Joe Pass (Original jazz classics)
"Spy on me blues" -World Saxophone Quartet (Political blues)
"Pars III" - Johannes Bauer/Annick Nozati/Fred Van Hove (Organo pleno)
"Legalize it" - Medeski, Scofield, Martin, and Wood (Out louder)
"India" - Prima Materia (Peace on earth)
"We" - Robert Barry and Fred Anderson (Duets)
"Hostage release party" - Rabnett 5 (Dan's party)
"Moon face again" - Hilario Duran (From the heart)
"Noemie" - Kieran Hebden and Steve Reid (Exchange session vol 2)
"One o'clock jump" - Count Basie (Live at the Sands)
"Last of the chicken wings" - Kidd Jordan, Hamid Drake, William Parker (Palm of soul)
"I" - Bang on a Can and Don Byron (Ballad for many)
"In a moment" - Martin Speake (Change of heart)

Looking back, this was a great show. Plenty of wild and experimental/avant stuff tempered by the odd "old school" and latin pieces. Perhaps my fave track from this edition was the "Untitled duet" from Albert Ayler's Last album (released after his unfortunate demise); a bagpipe and electric guitar duel, can't get much better than that! (well, maybe not, but I do like that kind of stuff). "Noemie" from Hebden and Reid also made a splash; I had a number of calls about this one. I'll have to play more from these two sometime; they have at least two CDs out and it has been a while since anything from them was aired on Breaking the Tethers.


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