Tuesday, June 9, 2009

June 9, 2009

"Warblepeck" - Tony Malaby Cello Trio (Warblepeck)
"Slightly all the time" - Soft Machine (Third) (remastered edition)
"Thou swell" - Carmen McRae (Live at the Flamingo Jazz Club, London May 1961)
"Right now" - John Abercrombie (Animato)
"Echidna's arf (of you)" - The Ed Palermo Big Band (Eddy loves Frank)
"Metro mono" - Positive catastrophe (Garabatos volume one)
"Son of a gun" - Sisters Euclid (John and the Sisters)
"Latigo" - The Red Band (Les oies sauvages)
"Yes, again" - Led Bib (Sensible shoes)
"Us and them" - Jazz side of the moon (Jazz side of the moon)
"Le gendarme" - Francois Couture (My little book - tome 1)
"Monochromatic textures (MCT-1)" - Bruce Friedman (O.P.T.I.O.N.S.)
"I concentrate on you" - Sophie Milman (Take love easy)
"Splayed fingers" - Michael Musillami Trio + 3 (From seeds)
"Peace" - George Robert & Kenny Barron (Peace)
"Hietzing: the lightning round" - Gypsophilia (Sa-ba-da-ow!)
"Abstrakt #3" - Corey Wilkes & Abstrakt Pulse (Cries from tha ghetto)
"Yirgacheffe" - Jon Miller Quartet (Orchidology)
"Little sketch" - Adrian Vedady (In three acts)
"Alive tonight (Bobby Hughes combination mix)" - Mo' Horizons (A jazzelicious joint of nujazz sessions)
"Cerulean blue" - Laura Klein & Ted Wolff (Cerulean blue)
"Conotocarius" - The Fully Celebrated (Drunk on the blood of the holy ones)
"Invisible cities" - Nomo (Invisible cities)
"Forest path" - The Jim Seeley/Arturo O'Farrill Quintet (The Jim Seeley/Arturo O'Farrill Quintet)

This was my first show for three weeks. I was away in Ottawa and Montreal for about a week-and-a-half. Philip Barker did the May 26 show and Stewart Elton took the June 2 edition. Many thanks to both of them!

Lots of interesting tracks played this week, both long and short (the Gypsophilia tune is all of 39 seconds long!). Perhaps my favourite tracks were the first two played, the jumpy "Warblepeck" by the Tony Malaby Cello Trio and "Slightly all the time" by Soft Machine. The latter track was played in honor of the original Soft Machine bass player, Hugh Hopper (who plays on "Slightly..."), who died on June 7.

The next edition of Breaking The Tethers (with me on board) will be June 16. I should be around for most Tuesdays for the next few months or so.


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