Wednesday, February 27, 2008

February 26, 2008

"So twentieth century" - Joe Coughlin (Things turn out that way)
"Kahru" - Ilmiliekki Quartet (Jazz from Finland)
"Back in the woods" - Stanley Clarke (The toys of men)
"Ward one" - Pamela Hines Trio (Return)
"Olhos de gato" - Jerry Leake (Vibrance)
"Vix 9" - Bela Fleck and the Flecktones (Live art)
"Enum" - Hamiet Bluiett (With eyes wide open)
"Modal tune" - Gregg August Sextet (One peace)
"Movin' Wes - part 2" - Wes Montgomery (Talkin' Verve: roots of Acid jazz)
"Frack" - Hutchinson Andrew Trio (Music box)
"Jack rabbit" - Herbie Hancock (Inventions & dimensions)
"After 12 weeks" - Derek Bailey (Carpal tunnel)
"Jessica too" - Enrico Rava (Tati)
"Life wants you to love" - Nicole Mitchell's Black Earth Ensemble (Black unstoppable)
"Rocket science" - Tribal tech (Rocket science)
"Cajun waltz" - Larry Koonse (What's in the box?)
"Duke's in town" - Joe Sealy (Africville suite)
"Africa" - SF Jazz Collective (SF Jazz Collective 2)
"'Blue motel room" - Mother of Pearl (SheBop!)
"Moon" - Nordic Trinity (Jazz from Finland)
"Jo" - Satoko Fujii Orchestra (Jo)
"Ah, but if" - Ganesh Anandan, John Gzowski (Shruti project )
"Kylie's lullaby"- Ari Brown (Live at the Green Mill)

This show featured the 2000th piece of music played on Breaking the Tethers, "Ward one" by the Pamela Hines Trio. A small but notable milestone, I say. In the "never heard before but I like it" category, I would put "Rocket science" by Tribal Tech; this is from their 10th album but, surprisingly, I'd never come across them before. Good stuff, though.


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