"Fleeting" - Kirk MacDonald Quartet (Songbook vol. 1)
"Umar at the Dome of the Rock, parts 1 & 2" - Wadada Leo Smith (Spiritual dimensions)
"Summertime at Bamako" - Keletigui Diabate with Habib Koite & Bamada (Jazz around the world)
"Kramer vs. Kramer vs. Godzilla" - Ben Allison (Think free)
"Feel free" - Terry Clark (It's about time)
"Dry " - Fay Victor Ensemble (The freesong suite)
"No destination" - Fieldtrip with Jim Head and Kelly Jefferson (No destination)
"Throw down your heart" - Bela Fleck (Throw down your heart: tales from the acoustic planet vol. 3: Africa sessions)
"After the air raid" - Zevious (After the air raid)
"Polka dot blues" - Sherele (Jazz around the world)
"Punchbug" - Jason Adasiewicz's Rolldown (Varmit)
"Infinity's window" - William Beauvais (Invisible cities)
"Le conti" - Ted Quinlan (Streetscape)
"Zoom zoom (part two)" - Keith Price (Breakfast of champions)
"Chan chan" - Kora Jazz Trio (Jazz around the world)
"Fluke" - Blast4tet (Sift)
"Nanya tamgu" - Sinistrio (Ride the dragon)
"Bare bones" - Madeline Peyroux (Bare bones)
"Current" - Brad Shepik (Human activity suite)
"Actuator" - Ergo (Multitude, solitude)
"Gatekeeper" - Harris Eisenstadt (Canada day)
"Mu-turn" - Andy Milne-Benoit Delbecq (Where is pannonica?)
A few interesting things about this show:
*This was the second edition of Breaking The Tethers to come from the new CJSW broadcast facilities.
*Everything played on the show was "new"; newly released, fairly recently released, recently re-released, etc. I do shows like this now and again and this was one of them, largely unplanned (until I realized that I had a big pile of "new" CDs).
*There were a number of African-sounding tunes on the program, including the Bela Fleck track and "Chan chan" by the Kora Jazz Trio (there's a great piano solo on this).
*Best title this week: "Kramer vs. Kramer vs. Godzilla" by Ben Allison.
Back in a week. Three more shows before my Christmas break.