Wednesday, November 18, 2009

November 17, 2009

"Seven minds" - The Dave Young Quartet (Mean what you say)
"Rubbing stone" - Jeremy Brown (Rubbing stone)
"Hamp's boogie woogie" - Lionel Hampton (Centennial celebration: 100)
"Truth is marching in" - Brotherhood Consort (Cite de al musique, Paris, France, February 9, 2008)
"Alvarado" - Brad Mehldau (Largo)
"Sphere" - Brandford Marsalis Quartet (Metamorphosen)
"Stay on message" - David Widelock Trio (Skating on the sidewalk)
"Netsanet" - Mulatu Astatke (NewYork-Addis-London: The story of Ethio jazz 1965-1975)
"Good news from the desert" - Erik Truffaz/Murcof (Mexico)
"Bass folk song no. 5 & 6" - The Stanley Clarke Trio (Jazz in the garden)
"A grand night for swinging" - Gary Wolfe (Sun up)
"Molehills mumps' betters and bards" - Vivian Houle (Trieze)
"Sids ahead" - Miles Davis (Broadcast sessions: 1958-59)
"My funny valentine" - Deepak Ram (Steps)
"Song of the soul" - Catherine Meunier (Night chill)
"Ambiente" - Ploug/Pettersen/Badenhorst (Equilibrium)
"Looking for the lake" - The Fonda Stevens Group (Memphis)
"Here and now" - Jake Langley (Here and now)
"B.B.'s blue blues" - The Cory Weeds Quintet (Everything's coming up weeds)
"Walk back" - Medeski, Martin, & Wood (Radiolarians III)
"In between moods" - Tony Foster (In between moods)
"Pentatonic tune" - John Wojciechowski (Lexicon)
"Let the monkeys dance" - The Tony Wilson Sextet (The people look like flowers at last)
"Unnamed" - Jerry Granelli V16 (Vancouver '08)

This was the first Breaking The Tethers show in the new CJSW studios. While they are still being moved into, the new digs are spacious and comfortable and most of the equipment in the booth is new. Plus, there are windows - I saw the sunrise yesterday! After the totally windowless environment of the old location, this was a very nice change. There will be more settling in to do but, so far, so good. I look forward to next week's program.


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