Wednesday, January 5, 2011

January 24, 2011

"Dookin' for beetroot/The head roaster" - Battlefield Band (Dookin')
"African skies" - Quinsin Nachoff (Fomo)
"Funky-tunk" - Moby Grape (Vintage: the very best of Moby Grape)
"Mourning star (intro)" - Titan's Eve (The divine equal)
"1812 overture" - Shawn Lee's Ping Pong Orchestra (Hooked up classics)
"West 42nd street" - Chris Davis (Baile bonita)
"Alien landscape 1" - Rick Cutler (First melancholy, then the night stretch)
"Gen pop" - Will Bernard (Blue plate special)
"Drumbouie" - Afro-Soultet (Afrodesia)
"Death letter" - Son House (Father of the delta blues: the complete 1965 sessions)
"Archaic glimpses" - Andre/Tokal/Kugel (Varpai)
"A.R.C." - Chick Corea/Dave Holland/Barry Altschul (A.R.C)
"Funky bitch" - Son Seals (Deluxe edition)
"On the case" - Al Henderson Septet (Regeneration)
"When I wake up (part 1)" - Demmy Chou (2 sides)
"Maggot brain (alt. mix)" - Funkadelic (Maggot brain (2005 reissue))
"To love" - Gerald Cleaver/Uncle June (Be it as I see it)
"Echolocation" - Wintersleep (New inheritors)
"Mecurio dal ciel in terra" - Rachel Kiyo Iwaasa (Cosmophony)
"Lost in the sound" - Lauren Mann and the Fairly Odd Folk (live performance)
"Stow me away" - Lauren Mann and the Fairly Odd Folk (live performance)
"All these places" - Lauren Mann and the Fairly Odd Folk (live performance)
"16:59" - Earswideopen (Earswideopen)
"Let's go into the unknown" - Lauren Mann and the Fairly Odd Folk (Stories from home)
"Suite… part III" - Baptiste Trotignon (Suite…)
"Fire" - Joe Henderson (The elements)

This was my first show back after being away for a couple of weeks (went on a Caribbean cruise, had a great time). I wasn't behind the board for the Jan. 10 and 17 editions of Breaking The Tethers but Nathan Taylor subbed for me on both programs - many thanks to Nathan for doing this!

The main feature of today's show was the live performance by Lauren Mann and the Fairly Odd Folk (Lauren and Zoltan). Promoting their new album (Stories from home) and an upcoming lengthy 64-date Canadian tour, they played three songs live in the CJSW studio and we did an interview. They're nice folks with nice music and I wish them well as they hit the road.

No live music next week (so far) but lots of recorded stuff, as always.


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