And we are in September, Labour Day show to be precise. This was an interesting show with a bit of an moody section in the middle. I also managed to play a few somewhat longer tracks e.g. "Kahlil the prophet" by Jackie McLean and "Souls have fallen like rain" by William Parker.
A few things to note about the Breaking The Tethers page on the CJSW site and the iTunes feed:
- There are always 12 weeks worth of BTT episodes on this page. It should be possible to access older shows through the search function in the top right corner.
- On the subject of the search tool, it actually works rather well. For instance, let's say that there's a song you heard on a CJSW program and you want to listen to it again but you can't remember anything more than one distinctive word of the title. You can search for that distinctive word, using the search tool, with a fairly high level of accuracy. Try it out.
- Looking at the iTunes feed, there are always two shows freely available (right now, it's August 29 and September 5). It's also possible to subscribe to BTT on iTunes (apparently, I have 6 subscribers worldwide presently - who hoo!)