Thursday, October 22, 2009

October 20, 2009

"Visage de Cathryn" - Free Trade (Free trade)
"Au revas" - Vivian Houle (Trieze)
"King Kong itself (as played by the Mothers in a studio" - The Mothers Of Invention (Uncle meat)
"King Kong II (its magnificence as interpreted by Dom DeWild) - The Mothers Of Invention (Uncle meat)
"King Kong III (as Motorhead explains it)" - The Mothers Of Invention (Uncle meat)
"King Kong IV (the Gardner varieties)" - The Mothers Of Invention (Uncle meat)
"King Kong V (as played by 3 deranged Good Humor trucks)" - The Mothers Of Invention
(Uncle meat)
"King Kong VI (live on a flat bed diesel in the middle of a race track at a Miami Pop Festival… the Underwood ramifications)" - The Mothers Of Invention (Uncle meat)
"Driftwood" - Ran Blake (Driftwoods)
"What if?" - Kenny Barron (What if?)
"Lil' darlin'" - Julian Lage (Sounding point)
"Perfoming arts center" - The TriBattery Pops (Happy days are here again!)
"The people look like flowers at last" - The Tony Wilson Sextet (The people look like flowers at last)
"Happy little tune" - Sarah Corman (Happy little tune)
"Pimpin' ain't easy" - Luther Thomas Quintet (CIMPosium - volume 8)
"Dizzy moods" - Jerry Granelli V16 (Vancouver '08)
"Bluedo" - Carlos Jimenez (Thoughts (pensamientos))
"Congo chant" - Big John Patton (Blue planet man)
"Notability" - Marilyn Crispell & Andrew Cyrille Duet (Live at the Knitting Factory, volume 3)
"Hurricane" - Trio Hurricane (Vision volume one: Vision Festival 1997 compiled)
"Every day is Canada Day" - Harris Eisenstadt (Canada day)
"Another planet" - Chip White (Harlem sunset)
"Divide comedy" - Andy Milne-Benoit Delbecq (Where is pannonica?)
"Birds of fire" - Visions of an Inner Mounting Apocalypse (Visions of an inner mounting apocalypse: a fusion guitar tribute)
"Axis mundi" - Ralph Peterson Presents The Fo'Tet (Ralph Peterson presents the Fo'Tet)
"Sunset on the night on the river Nile" - Sun Ra (Black Saint/Soul Note: critics' pick sampler (vol. 3))

I have to admit, I really enjoyed this show (not that I don't enjoy them all, of course). There was a fair mix of styles but it all pretty much fit my palate and, hopefully, that of many listeners as well. I was particularly pleased to be able to play the entire "King Kong" "suite" from the 2nd CD/4th side of the Mothers of Invention's Uncle Meat recording. I also drew on a fair number of compilations from the CJSW library this week; this produced some interesting finds so I think I'll do more of that in the future.... but not next week!

Next week, as mentioned, is the annual Breaking The Tethers CJSW Funding Drive show. Your support will be very welcome. More information can be found at As well, see my recent posts on this blog.


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