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Pretty killing show this week if you ask me. A lot of slow tunes, but the good kind of slow not the boring kind of slow. We started off with a set of Happy Apple tunes in tribute to their Artists Quarter gig, which I had the great honor to attend. There was an incredible vibe in the room, with every inch of floor filled with standing Happy Apple heads. It was beautiful to see the Artists Quarter that full of energy and excitement one last time. We heard a killer version of "Priest Porky's Mass" recorded at the Artists Quarter in February 2000. We also heard three recordings from an excellent new compilation of British avant jazz called Just Not Cricket! recorded at HBC in Berlin in 2011. Had a couple of vocal samples in the show: dadaist photographer Man Ray talking about "the object" and Richard Harris reading from Khalil Gibran's The Prophet (which was played with a tiny bit of irony I won't lie [just saying, The Prophet is the type of book that seems really really profound in 9th grade <no offense to our 9th grader fanbase>]). I should be getting some streaming audio of last week's in-studio with George Cartwright, Paul Metzger, Andrew Broder, and Tim Glenn at some point if you're interested in that type of thing. 

This Week's Playlist:

Happy Apple “Priest Porky's Mass” from Jazzercise With The Elders

Happy Apple “Ella By Nightlight (Instrumental)” from The Peace Between Our Companies on Universal Music Division Classics Jazz

Chico Hamilton “Sleepy Slept Here (Santa Monica)” from Jazz Masters: Chico Hamilton on Ap Music Ltd

Harry Miller “Down South” from 1941-1983: The Collection

Henry Threadgill's Zooid “Mirror Mirror The Verb” from This Brings Us To, Volume I

Bourne/Sanders/Watts “Untitled” from Just Not Cricket! on NI VU NI CONNU

Davies/Hutchings/Lash “Untitled” from Just Not Cricket! on NI VU NI CONNU

Coxhill/Ward “Untitled” from Just Not Cricket! on NI VU NI CONNU

Herbie Hancock “Hang Up Your Hang Ups” from Man-Child on Columbia

Julius Hemphill “Skin 2” from Coon Bid'ness - EP on Black Lion

Gábor Szabó “Walking On Nails” from Jazz Raga on Light In The Attic

Fred Frith “Life By Another Name” from To Sail, to Sail on Tzadik

The Claudia Quintet “September 22nd Love Is Its Own Eternity” from September on Cuneiform Records

Brad Dutz & Vinny Golia “Cap Wearer from Scotland” from Duets (Duets) on Klarinet

Lama & Chris Speed “Overture For A Wandering Shift” from Lamacal

Jimmy Giuffre “Divided Man” from Free Fall

Andrew Hill “NO DOUBT” from Andrew!!! on Blue Note

John Tchicai, Charlie Kolhase, Garrison Fewell, Cecil McBee, Billy Hart “Dark Matter” from Tribal Ghost onNo Business

Jack DeJohnette “HOME” from Sound Travels on eOne Music

Jelly-Roll Morton's Red Hot Pepers “Dr. Jazz” from Rough Guide To Classic Jazz


Jazz Vids From Around The World Wide Web:

Lama and Chris Speed (featured on this week's show)

http://vimeo.com/63611656

Trevor Watts & Jamie Harris performing in Mongolia

http://thewire.co.uk/video/watch-footage-of-trevor-watts-performing

Fred Frith guitar workshop

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=skd_70BINEQ


I_love_my_radio_edit.jpg

Pretty killing show this week if you ask me. A lot of slow tunes, but the good kind of slow not the boring kind of slow. We started off with a set of Happy Apple tunes in tribute to their Artists Quarter gig, which I had the great honor to attend. There was an incredible vibe in the room, with every inch of floor filled with standing Happy Apple heads. It was beautiful to see the Artists Quarter that full of energy and excitement one last time. We heard a killer version of "Priest Porky's Mass" recorded at the Artists Quarter in February 2000. We also heard three recordings from an excellent new compilation of British avant jazz called Just Not Cricket! recorded at HBC in Berlin in 2011. Had a couple of vocal samples in the show: dadaist photographer Man Ray talking about "the object" and Richard Harris reading from Khalil Gibran's The Prophet (which was played with a tiny bit of irony I won't lie [just saying, The Prophet is the type of book that seems really really profound in 9th grade <no offense to our 9th grader fanbase>]). I should be getting some streaming audio of last week's in-studio with George Cartwright, Paul Metzger, Andrew Broder, and Tim Glenn at some point if you're interested in that type of thing. 

This Week's Playlist:

Happy Apple “Priest Porky's Mass” from Jazzercise With The Elders

Happy Apple “Ella By Nightlight (Instrumental)” from The Peace Between Our Companies on Universal Music Division Classics Jazz

Chico Hamilton “Sleepy Slept Here (Santa Monica)” from Jazz Masters: Chico Hamilton on Ap Music Ltd

Harry Miller “Down South” from 1941-1983: The Collection

Henry Threadgill's Zooid “Mirror Mirror The Verb” from This Brings Us To, Volume I

Bourne/Sanders/Watts “Untitled” from Just Not Cricket! on NI VU NI CONNU

Davies/Hutchings/Lash “Untitled” from Just Not Cricket! on NI VU NI CONNU

Coxhill/Ward “Untitled” from Just Not Cricket! on NI VU NI CONNU

Herbie Hancock “Hang Up Your Hang Ups” from Man-Child on Columbia

Julius Hemphill “Skin 2” from Coon Bid'ness - EP on Black Lion

Gábor Szabó “Walking On Nails” from Jazz Raga on Light In The Attic

Fred Frith “Life By Another Name” from To Sail, to Sail on Tzadik

The Claudia Quintet “September 22nd Love Is Its Own Eternity” from September on Cuneiform Records

Brad Dutz & Vinny Golia “Cap Wearer from Scotland” from Duets (Duets) on Klarinet

Lama & Chris Speed “Overture For A Wandering Shift” from Lamacal

Jimmy Giuffre “Divided Man” from Free Fall

Andrew Hill “NO DOUBT” from Andrew!!! on Blue Note

John Tchicai, Charlie Kolhase, Garrison Fewell, Cecil McBee, Billy Hart “Dark Matter” from Tribal Ghost onNo Business

Jack DeJohnette “HOME” from Sound Travels on eOne Music

Jelly-Roll Morton's Red Hot Pepers “Dr. Jazz” from Rough Guide To Classic Jazz


Jazz Vids From Around The World Wide Web:

Lama and Chris Speed (featured on this week's show)

http://vimeo.com/63611656

Trevor Watts & Jamie Harris performing in Mongolia

http://thewire.co.uk/video/watch-footage-of-trevor-watts-performing

Fred Frith guitar workshop

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=skd_70BINEQ