Tuesday, March 10, 2009

March 10, 2009

"Samba de janeiro" - Pacific Salt (Better late than never)
"Ostinato (suite for Angela)" - Herbie Hancock (Mwandishi)
"There will never be another you" - Matthew Shipp Trio (Harmonic disorder)
"Neice's lament" - Spencer Hoveskeland Trio (Harbinger)
"Length of the tail doesn't really matter but it has to be bushy" - Michael Vlatkovich (Three3)
"Long distance runaround" - The Bad Plus joined by Wendy Lewis (For all I care)
"Bengal" - Michael Wolff (Impure thoughts)
"Karifa" - Petr Cancura (People music)
"'Nother monkish thing" - The Jeff Presslaff Trio (Red goddess)
"Remembrance" - Don Cherry (Live at the Café Montmarte 1966, vol. 3)
"New year's eve" - Horde of Two (Guitar & bass actions)
"Oua-train" - HAR-YOU Percussion Group (Sounds of ghetto youth)
"Rejoicin'" - Charles Tolliver Big Band (With love)
"Batucada" - Walter Wanderley (Sounds from Verve hi-fi compiled by Thievery Corporation)
"The winter samba" - Rubim de Toledo (The river)
"The outlaw" - The Blue Note 7 (Mosaic: a celebration of Blue Note Records)
"Onan (suite): III. Dreams in the mirror" - Nels Cline (Coward)
"Slow cab" - Flow Trio (Rejuvenation)
"Chief Seattle" - Chris Potter 10 (Song for everyone)
"You'd be so nice to come home to" - Dan Adler (All things familiar)
"The fakir" - Cal Tjader with Lalo Schifrin (Sounds from Verve hi-fi compiled by Thievery Corporation)
"Black is the color of my true love’s hair" - Patty Waters (Sings)

This was a fun show to do. The music was good and the words flowed off my tongue fairly well. This show also featured the 3000th tune played on Breaking The Tethers; and the winner is... "Remembrance" by Don Cherry. A fitting piece, I think.


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