Tuesday, May 6, 2008

May 6, 2008

"Café ole" - The Café Ole (Café Ole)
"Structure a la malle" - Aaly Trio + Ken Vandermark (Hidden in the stomach)
"Far east sweets" - Medeski, Martin, & Wood (Let's go everywhere)
"Dish it up" - Paul Renz (ReBop)
"Fireball" - Uri Caine Trio (Blue wail)
"Prettiest town of Goderich" - The Chris Tarry Group (Almost certainly dreaming)
"Fat mama" - Herbie Hancock (Fat Albert rotunda)
"You can talk during this" - Ryan Blotnick (Music needs you)
"Blues migration" - The James Danderfer Group (Accelerated development)
"Howling for Judy" - Jeremy Steig (Droppin' science: greatest samples from the Blue Note lab)
"Bedouin dreams" - The Classical Jazz Quartet (Play Tchaikovsky)
"Red dog" - Duke Robillard (A swingin' session with Duke Robillard)
"Rejoicing" - Geraldine Laurent (Time out trio)
"Triad mutations II" - Steve Coleman and Five Elements (Weaving symbolics)
"With this love" - Gerry Hebert Quartet (The Beat Niq sessions volume 2: constructive interference)
"Olive" - Martin & Fisher (Little man on the boat)
"Bulgarian pulse" - Kristian Alexandrov (Akoustika)
"Two depths" - Lori Freedman & Scott Thomson (Plumb)
"Now" - Chris MacGregor's Brotherhood of Breath (Eclipse at dawn)
"The best is yet to come" - Robert Young and the Big Beat Band (In the key of Frank)
"Ailantus glandulosa" - Amm (In search of Syd)
"Buddha realm" - Brad Mehldau Trio (Live)
"Boogie on reggae woman" - Chris Greene Quartet (Soul and science, voulme one)

A good show all round, I thought. Lots of Canadian content and a wide variety of sounds. The top of my list for this week is "Triad mutations II" by Steve Coleman and Five Elements. What a great sound. I'll have to play "Triad mutations I" and "Triad mutations III" sometime in the not-too-distant future.

One more program and then I'm gone for three weeks. More on this in next week's posting.


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