Monday, September 12, 2011

September 12, 2011

"Ruby" - Eric St. Laurent Trio (Ruby)*
"The peacocks" - Brad Turner Quartet (It's that time)*
"Gimme gimme shock treatment" - Ramones (Loco live)
"Paddle like hell" - Tanglefoot (Dance like flames)*
"Garbage truck" - Galactic (The other side of midnight: live in New Orleans)
"Bri's dance" - Branford Marsalis/Joey Calderazzo (Songs of mirth and melancholy)
"Renegade" - Jake Hertzog (Evolution)
"The big h" - Cory Weeds and the Tilden Webb Trio (Just like that)*
"Rosewood" - Linley Hamilton (Taylor made)
"Blue chips" - Herbie Mann (New york jazz quartet)
"Exit music (for a film)" - Brad Mehldau (Live in Marciac)
"Brown sugar" - Bob Dylan (University of Dayton Arena, Dayton, OH, November 2, 2002)
"I might be wrong" - Amnesiac Quartet (Tribute to Radiohead)
"How blessed we are" - Random Touch (Tributary)
"Bowling green" - Devon Sproule (Don't hurry for heaven)*
"Reading party" - John Stetch Trio (Fabled states)*
"Flair" - The Julius Hemphill Sextet (At Dr. King's table)
"Vino griego" - Gypsophilia (Constellation)*
"Alter ego" - David French (Dance of the bees)*
"Mattress on a stick" - Jen Shyu + Mark Dresser (Synastry)
"Big time" - Kevin Dean Quartet (A message from the dean)*
"No sugar tonight" - The Barrymores (Guess who's home)*
"Sarder" - Francois Couturier (Takovsky Quartet)
"Chapter 3" - Robert Kusiolek/Anton Sjarvo/Ksawery Wojcinski (Nuntium)
"The magus" - Third Ear Band (The magus)
"Learn how to love" - Tedeschi Trucks Band (Revelator)
"Gyroscope" - Mike Cottone (Just remember)
"Turntable history" - Arnold Dreyblatt (Turntable history)


There was a pretty big jazz bent to the program today. This was expected; for a couple of reasons, I had a stash of jazz CDs on hand, particularly new ones from Canadian artists. Breaking The Tethers started as a jazz-only program back in 2006 so it was kind of nice to return, in part, to that format. Something different next week!

Speaking of next week, the 6000th track to be played on BTT will happen on that show (Sept. 19). There was a chance this would happen this week (Sept. 12) but it didn't quite pan out. #6000 will be the 6th track featured on the program. This should occur somewhere in the second half of the first hour (7-8 AM MST).

And, yes, that was Bob Dylan singing the Rolling Stones' "Brown sugar".


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