Tuesday, September 8, 2009

September 8, 2009

"Telegraphy"- Lorna MaLachlan (Telegraphy)
"Rabach" - Looping Jaw Harp Orchestra (Elephant road)
"Prince of whales" - Joachim Kuhn (Dynamics)
"Yes or no, stay or go" - Virginia Mayhew (Nini green)
"Geomantic" - Joe Morris (Wildlife)
"Pandemonium" - Lisa Hilton (Twilight & blues)
"Fibrodoiccannez splice" - Toca Loca (P*P)
"Wonton" - Medeski, Martin, & Wood (Radiolarians III)
"Rectilinear" - ichie Beirach and George Coleman (Convergence)
"The lights in the sky are stars" - Darol Anger/Barbara Higbie Quintet (Live at Montreux)
"Zone 4" - Led Bib (Sensible shoes)
"Better git it in your sould (alternate take)" - Charles Mingus (Mingus ah um)
"The seven wonders" - Baluji Shrivastav & Re-Orient (Baluji Shrivastav & Re-Orient)
"Presque lent et berceur" - Nadia Ratsimandresy & Matteo Ramon Arevalos (Messiaen et autour de messiaen for onde martenot and piano)
"Quasimodo" - Andrew Scott Quartet Meets Jon-Erik Kelso & Dan Block (Nostalgia)
"Sift" - Blast4tet (Sift)
"What's new in Baltimore" - The Ed Palermo Big Band (Eddy loves Frank)
"Le Sony'r" - Terry Adams (Terrible)
"Love is a many-splendored thing" - Kirk Lightsey Trio Featuring Freddie Hubbard (Temptation)
"L's P" - Larry Karush (Art of the improvisor)
"Up from under" - Larry Ochs (Sax & drumming core)

Just one show this week, a regular episode of Breaking The Tethers. Perhaps my fave tune this week was the last one played, "Up from under" by Larry Ochs; tenor sax and two drummers - a good recipe, I think.


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