Tuesday, November 3, 2009

November 3, 2009

"When beauty reigns" - Melody Diachun (EQ )
"Family affair" - Harry Miller's Isipingo (Which way now)
"Matitu" - Bela Fleck (Throw down your heart: tales from the acoustic planet vol. 3: Africa sessions)
"Abe Vigoda" - Brandford Marsalis Quartet (Metamorphosen)
"Skating on the sidewalk" - David Widelock Trio (Skating on the sidewalk)
"Honey pie" - Sarah Corman (Happy little tune)
"Jolly rogers" - Stan Kenton and His Orchestra (Une anthologie 1950/1957)
"Theo's place" - Jeanette Lambert (Sand underfoot)
"Look to the neutrino" - Greg Burk (Ivy trio)
"Biru kirusai" - The Cory Weeds Quintet (Everything's coming up weeds)
"No two eyebrows" - Mannington (Sweet treats: live sessions from CJSW 90.9 FM)
"Blues for Shyam Babu" - Deepak Ram (Steps)
"Push" - John Wojciechowski (Lexicon)
"Talking with electrons" - Rachel Z (Room of one's own)
"Georgia" - Quadro nuevo (Cine passion)
"Mandrake" - Vivian Houle (Trieze)
"Our hospitality (version II)" - Ken Aldcroft's Convergence Ensemble (Our hospitality)
"Serious grease" - Tony Foster (In between moods)
"In the whitecage" - The Fonda Stevens Group (Memphis)
"Spy movie" - Bobby Selvaggio (Unspoken dialogue)
"Flying, part II" - Keith Jarrett/Gary Peacock/Jack DeJohnette (Setting standards)

This was the post-funding drive show, the return to the usual format of Breaking The Tethers (i.e. mostly music, a bit of talk, rather than the other way around, which is what happens during funding drive). I think what was played this week was a nice mix of things, perhaps leaning to the avant/experimental side. Also, I actually played four tracks with vocals (excluding Keith Jarrett's vocalizations on "Flying, part II"); what is the world coming to? Fave piece: "Look to the neutrino" by Greg Burk.


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