Monday, November 7, 2011

November 7, 2011

"Moten swing" - Mark Kieswetter/Ross McIntyre (Green edge sky, green edge sun)
"Thirty-six" - Tyshawn Sorey (Oblique-I)
"Going inside" - John Frusciante (To record only water for ten days)
"Walking papers" - Booker T. Jones (The road from Memphis)
"4-4-4-4-2-2-2-5-2" - Bill Laswell/Raoul Bjorkenheim/Morgan Agren (Blixt)
"Keep the faith" - Mike Ledonne (Keep the faith)
"Black beauty" - Frank Zappa (Mystery disc)
"Township jive revisited" - Dead Cat Bounce (Chance episodes)
"True north" - Barrett Martin (The painted desert)
"Pigeon" - Sao Paulo Underground (Tres cabecas loucuras)
"Spring" - Phil Dwyer Orchestra featuring Mark Fewer (Changing seasons)
"Us" - Mark Alban Lotz & Islak Kopek (Istanbul improv sessions May 4)
"Neo & lego" - Roger Chong (Love me one more time)
"Non-alignment pact" - Weasel Walter (Ominous telepathic mayhem)
"Sea of qi" - Mary Louise Knutson (In the bubble)
"Black action figure" - Stefon Harris (Ninety miles)
"Triste" - Canadian Jazz Quartet (Brazilian reflections)
"Gag order" - Forbidden Dimension (The golden age of lasers)
"Hollmervalsen" - Mats/Morgan Band (Live)
"Space trucking" - William Shatner (Seeking Major Tom)
"Job" - The Claudia Quintet + 1 featuring Kurt Elling and Theo Bleckmann (What is the beautiful?)
"Inana's dance (I, II, III)" - Amir ElSaffar Two Rivers Ensemble (Inana)
"Pickin'" - Hubert Sumlin (Blues guitar boss)
"Gaia/Goya: part four - reflections (an overwhelming sense of regret)" - The Keith Price Trio/Quintet (Gaia/Goya)
"Graveyard" - The Devil Makes Three (Stomp and smash: live at the Mystic Theater)
"Ju ju" - Wayne Shorter Quartet (Usher Hall, Edinburgh, March 5, 2003)

Lots of newly-released material in this week's episode, much of it with a jazz lean. I suspect that the Nov. 14 program will also be in a similar vein but we'll see.

And then there was William Shatner...


Tuesday, November 1, 2011

October 31, 2011

"Chinatown shuffle" - Grateful Dead (Europe 72 vol. 2)
"TGV" - Ernesto Cervini Quartet (There)*
"Nocturne fragments: mercurial" - Benjamin Broening, Duo Runedako (Recombinant nocturnes)
"Free my people" - Joni Haastrup (Wake up your mind)
"Ban juarp pros snae" - The Cambodian Space Project (2011: a space odyssey)
"Piano break song" - Magnus Ostrom (Thread of life)
"Festering in filth" - Pathology (Awaken to the suffering)
"Batkalim: recharged (DoGbEats vs. Natacha Atlas)" - Natacha Atlas (Moungaliba-rising: the remixes)
"Ol' metal-faced bastard" - Darius Jones Trio (Big gurl (smell my dream))
"The enemy god dances with the black spirts" - Emerson Lake & Palmer (Works volume 1)
"Hell" - James Brown (Hell)
"12/8 theme" - Soft Machine (Noisette)
"If I should lose you" - Chick Corea/Stefano Bollani (Orvieto)
"Fidele castor" - L'Orkestre Des Pas Perdus (Fidele castor)*
"The sea" - David Myles (Into the sun)*
"Greek suite, part II: margaritarena" - Charles Lloyd/Maria Farantouri (Athens concert)
"Greek suite, part II: thalassaki mou" - Charles Lloyd/Maria Farantouri (Athens concert)
"The Myconid's lounge" - The Myconid (Myconid madness)**
"Amethyst" - Biello/Weyand (Fourthought)
"I (sister young 'un)" - Cecil Taylor (Fly! Fly! Fly! Fly! Fly!)
"Jesus is on the mainline" - The Whirlwinds (This may be my last time singing: raw African-American gospel on 45 rpm 1957-1982)
"Red Mars II" - Loren Connors (Red Mars)
"One night late" - Dr. John (Zu zu soiree)
"Migration" - Lee Konitz/Dave Liebman/Richie Bierach (Migration)
"Worship" - Anthrax (Worship music)
"Impending doom" - We're Doomed (Like a machine)*
? - Pants Cause Cancer (Long songs)*
"Spooky hand saloon" - Jane Jane Pollock (Jane Jane Pollock)
"Costae spuriae" - [n.] (Ein kladelied fur 3f)
"Winds of wackness" - Little Shalimar (The new pneumonia blues)


Happy Halloween! This was the first post-Funding Drive show. Many thanks to all who pledged, both on Breaking The Tethers and on other CJSW programs. As mentioned in an earlier posting, the 2011 total for BTT was $2100, a new record! Anyway, to the music... A true dog's breakfast this week, just the way I planned it :-). More of the same for the Nov. 7 episode (probably!).