Tuesday, May 19, 2009

May 19, 2009

"Signal" - Alain Caron (5)
"Jabulani (joy)" - Abdullah Ibrahim (The journey)
"Linus and Lucy" - Bela Fleck and the Flecktones (Jingle all the way)
"Just have fun" - Marvin "Smitty" Smith (Keeper of the drums)
"Sunflower" - Paul Motian (Live at the Village Vanguard, vol. II)
"Fast man" - Romane (Pere et fils)
"Mystery ship" - Ken Hatfield and Friends (To be continued… Ken Hatfield and Friends play the music of Bill McCormick)
"Jacobin Club" - Darcy James Argue's Secret Society (Presents infernal machines)
"Time" - Jazz side of the moon (Jazz side of the moon)
"Long, long journey" - Allen Toussaint (The bright mississippi)
"Afterthought" - Kevin Smith Trio (Afterthought)
"Smiles remembered" - Thierry Peala (Inner traces: a Kenny Wheeler songbook)
"Reptoid alliance" - The Fully Celebrated (Drunk on the blood of the holy ones)
"Hot n' ready" - The Jerrold Dubyk Quartet (The maverick)
"Blister" - Will Bernard (Blue plate special)
"Going what's what" - Torngat (La petit Nicole)
"Silt" - Jeff Younger's Sandbox (The nudger)
"Jewish dance party!" - Gypsophilia (Sa-ba-da-ow!)
"United states" - The Very Big Carla Bley Band (The Very Big Carla Bley Band)

In some ways, this was a somewhat mellower show than usual, at least at points. Still, there was the usual spoonful or two of experimental/freaky music.

Fave stuff this week: Ibrahim Abdullah, Jazz Side of the Moon (did you know that there is a reggae version of Dark Side of the Moon? there's probably a version of DSOTM in every genre of music!), The Fully Celebrated (who can resist a title like "Reptoid alliance"?), and Will Bernard (I've been waiting to hear the Blue Plate Special CD for a long time).

I'm going to be away for a week and a bit and will miss hosting two episodes of Breaking The Tethers, May 26 and June 2. Philip Barker from Morning Joy will be taking over for me on May 26 and will do his usual great job. I'm not sure who will be doing the June 2 show but all should be well. My first show back will be on June 9.


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