Friday, September 3, 2010

September 6, 2010

"Julie" - Devon Sproule (Don't hurry for heaven)
"Freddie's dead" - William Parker (I plan to stay a believer: the inside songs of Curtis Mayfield)
"Bhang bhang, I'm a burnout" - Dum Dum Girls (I will be)
"Conference of the birds" - Dave Holland Quartet (Conference of the birds)
"Doojiman" - Iggy and the Stooges (Raw power: legacy edition)
"The breaking of our lord's birthday" - Oyster Band (Liberty Hall)
"Softly treads the hunter" - Scott Marshall Quartet (Vignettes)
"Canadian cigarettes" - Durban Poison (Stereophonic tonic)
"Thousand cuts " - Jefferson Grant Quintet (As one)
"Improvisation 1" - Derek Bailey & The Ruins (The Purcell Rooms, South Bank, London, April 3, 1997)
"What a friend" - Esperanza Spalding (Chamber music society)
"Zurna taksim" - Sax ruins (Yawiquo)
"Both back" - Sumner Brothers (Sumner Brothers)
"Ease back" - Grant Green (The finest in jazz: Grant Green)
"Blink and you'll miss it" - Paul Weller (Catch-flame!)
"Onward" - The Work (The 4th world)
"Crisis monkey" - Vigil-ante (Vigil-ante)
"Desire worlds" - David S. Ware (Onecept)
"The miller's prologue from the Canterbury tales" - Geoffrey Chaucer
"War in peace" - Skip Spence (Oar) "In harmony with Henry the horse" - Hans Reichel (Lower lurum)
"Granny White special" - Various (Jam session)
"Number three" - Either/Orchestra (More beautiful than death)
"Speedorama '83" - Mark Haney (Aim for the roses: the Ken Carter story)
"The eraser" - Christian Scott (Yesterday, you said tomorrow)
"Rocket street" - Mikrokoletktyw (Revisit)
"Yellow" - Beta Collide (Psst… psst!)

Show #2 in the new spot (Mondays, 1-10 am). The main feature this week was the live performance and interview with the Sumner Brothers, a country/folk/blues/rock group from Vancouver. They were passing through Calgary on their way back to Vancouver and dropped in at CJSW. Nice guys, good music, it went well, I thought (especially for the first ever live performance on Breaking The Tethers! I've done a fair number of interviews but never a live spot, until now).



Anonymous said...

Hey man, I may be wrong but did you play a song last monday called "Midnight Bar mitzvah"? If so whats the bands name, I may be all wrong about, because I can't find it anywhere online.

Andrew Waller said...

Sorry, didn't play a song with that title on Monday.