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Playlist for June 7, 1999:

Hot day soundscape by Theo Bleckmann, John Hollenbeck and Achim Kaufmann.





*Denotes a selection from my collection.
*The Tony Williams Lifetime "Two Worlds" Ego
*James Keepnews /Holland Hopson "hh/jk/max" (live self-release)
*The Tony Williams Lifetime "Circa 45" Ego
*Lee Konitz /Steve Swallow /Paul Motian "Johnny Broken Wing" Three Guys

*Stan Kenton (Orchestra /Lee Konitz, solo) "My Lady" New Concepts of Artistry in Rhythm
*The Left Banke "My Friend Today" There's Gonna Be Storm: The complete Recordings 1966 - 1967
*Oregon "Amaryllis" Crossing
The Go-Betweens "Dusty in Here"  
*The Mommyheads "Needmore, PA" Bingham's Hole
*Roland Hanna "Yesterdays" Easy To Love: The Piano of Roland Hanna

Live performance by Theo Bleckmann (vocal acrobatics), John Hollenbeck (percussion), and Achim Kaufmann (piano / electronic keyboards)

Theo and John will be familiar with longtime listeners. Both have appeared live on this show with different groups, including Mr. Hollenbeck's Claudia Quintet, Cuartet Lucy, and with Ben Monder. Mr. Blackmann's has also performed with Meredith Monk, Peter Coyote and WFMU's own Kenny G. Mr. Kaufmann had his own trio in his native Netherlands. Achim joins John and Theo for a new collaboative effort. Kaufmann, Hollenbeck and Bleckmann will be touring quite a lot, starting with a tour through Europe in summer '99. (**Composers are noted by initials.)


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The Claudia Quintet "Holy Thursday"  (pre-release CD)
*Theo Bleckmann /Ben Monder "Gemini" No Boat
*The Penguin Cafe Orchestra "Music By Numbers" Broascasting From Home
*Inti-Illuminati "Teme de la Quebrada de Humahuacha" Imagination
*John Cale "España" Dance Music
*Jane Kelly-Williams "Breaking Into the Past" Tapping the Wheel


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