Tuesday, February 24, 2009

February 24, 2009

"Fig bun" - Petr Cancura (People music)
"Antidromic" - David S. Ware (Shakti)
"Moz" - Hugh Masakela (Phola)
"May-reh" - Gerry Mulligan (The Gerry Mulligan songbook)
"People make the world go round" - Dr. Lonnie Smith (Rise up!)
"Let them go" - Okgiraffe (Okgiraffe)
"Union canal" - Horde of Two (Guitar & bass actions)
"Geewa" - Andy Milne (Solo piano)
"The climb" - Ron Davis (The bestseller)
"Dakar darkness" - World Saxophone Quartet (Four now)
"Mel chi 1" - Matthew Shipp Trio (Harmonic disorder)
"When the tulips blow in my imaginary orchestra" - Martin & Haynes (Freedman)
"Intro gardens" - Arrington de Dionyso (I see beyond the black sun)
"Jazzy Jeff's theme" - Nuyorcian soul (Nuyorcian soul)
"Black holes" - Renee Rosnes and the Danish Radio Big Band (Renee Rosnes and the Danish Radio Big Band)
"Trance chant" - Gene Ess (Modes of limited transcendence)
"Fem (etude no. 8)" - The Bad Plus joined by Wendy Lewis (For all I care)
"The river (intro)" - Rubim de Toledo (The river)
"Yellow spot into the sun" - The Gordon Grdina Trio (… if accident will)
"The night" - Gerald Cleaver/William Parker/Craig Taborn (Farmers by nature)
"Composition 356" - Anthony Braxton/Kyle Brenders (Toronto (duets) 1999)
"Going south" - Ben Henriques (The responsibility club)
"Where is Wanda Skutnick?" - Michael Vlatkovich (Three3)
"Misturada ("mixing")" - Airto Moreira/Flora Purim/Joe Farrell (Three-way mirror)
"Spencer Hoveskeland Trio" - Harbinger (Harbinger jump)

This was a show with lots of new tracks and a fair amount of Canadian experimental music. I wish I had more time to play "Composition 356" by Braxton and Brenders but it goes on for 45+ minutes; I'll have to plan better in the future but at least some of the track was played (several minutes).


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