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Options June 19, 2009

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Artist Track Album Label Comments
Pharoah Sanders Quintet  Seven by Seven   Options Pharoah Sanders Quintet  ESP-Disk'   
Marion Brown  Porto Novo   Options Porto Novo  Arista   
Kenneth Terroade  Blessing   Options Love Rejoice  BYG Records   
 
Manfred Schoof  European Echoes   Options European Echoes  FMP   
Frank Wright  The Moon   Options The Complete ESP-Disk' Recordings  ESP-Disk'   
 
Bobby Few  Simone   Options More or Less Few  Center of the World   
Dave Burrell  Peace   Options Echo  BYG Records   
Heiner Stadler  U.C.S.   Options Brains on Fire, vol. 2  Labor Records   
The Frank Lowe Orchestra  Lowe-commotion   Options Lowe and Behold  Musicworks  whoopsie! 
The Cecil Taylor Unit  Pots   Options Into The Hot  Impulse!  record credited to Gil Evans 

Listener comments!

  Fri. 6/19/09 12:26pm Marshall Stacks:

Morning, Bryce.
  Fri. 6/19/09 12:28pm bryce:

hey, marsh! daaah, i forgot to activate the comment smear!
  Fri. 6/19/09 12:29pm perrin:

what year is Pharoah''s Seven by Seven recoreded?
  Fri. 6/19/09 12:31pm bryce:

perrin!! it was a super early one, before he really started skronking — recorded in '64!
  Fri. 6/19/09 12:32pm Marshall Stacks:

FYI: Ali Akbar Khan died. It's major news in the Pakistani dailies today, but despite the fact that he lived (and died) in San Rafael, there's nothing in the Bay Area papers.
  Fri. 6/19/09 12:35pm perrin:

Sad. My favorite record was "Duet" between Khan and violinist L. Subramaniam, which was recorded in berkeley, I think.
  Fri. 6/19/09 12:36pm Parq:

Bon voyage to Ustad AAK. He was on the Concert for Bangladesh, which was one of Ravi Shankar's two most famous US performances (the other being the one captured in "Monterey Pop"). Marshall, maybe the San Fran papers haven't gotten it out yet.
  Fri. 6/19/09 12:37pm bryce:

wow. oh man, first i've heard....

crap
  Fri. 6/19/09 12:39pm Jed:

by the way, I sold my fingers to Hormel and got a gold kit in the mail to send in all my unwanted gold jewelry
  Fri. 6/19/09 12:40pm Marshall Stacks:

Times of India story:

http://tinyurl.com/m6tmha
  Fri. 6/19/09 12:40pm annie:

bryce, i'm not going to listen, lots of digging to do today.. just sayin... archives..
  Fri. 6/19/09 12:41pm dc pat:

for those of you on Doug's list this morning, I found out what the coincidence thing meant: my friend and office mate was laid off this morning--the bullshit is flying. Apparently, Get Along Little Dogies means "so long hard worker, we're re-organizing today!"
  Fri. 6/19/09 12:43pm Parq:

Whoa, pat. Blows. This economy involves watching people fall to the left and right of you and wondering when, if ever, your number's up. Disconcerting to say the least.
  Fri. 6/19/09 12:43pm Louisville Dan:

Holy Carp! This Marion Brown cut is fantastic!
  Fri. 6/19/09 12:44pm bryce:

humus for annie!

jed, that was i. g. farben. but i look forward to your consonant clusters.
  Fri. 6/19/09 12:46pm Mark:

Agreed RE: the Brown / Bennink. Someone please *PLEASE* start a compaign to re-issue the portions of Marion's discography which are out of print while he is still with us, and can benefit from it...
  Fri. 6/19/09 12:51pm dc pat:

problem is, they're saying he wasn't laid off because of budget constraints!! He's being replaced by another fekkin manager!
  Fri. 6/19/09 12:54pm The Man:

Another manager? What's not to like?
  Fri. 6/19/09 12:54pm dc pat:

doesn't make any sense at all but I could use a tune by Edward Tudor Pole.

http://tinyurl.com/tudorpole
  Fri. 6/19/09 12:55pm dc pat:

damn you, The Man!!
  Fri. 6/19/09 12:58pm bryce:

mark, i know, right??

ARISTA sure as shit couldn't be bothered to tug a muscle fiber....
  Fri. 6/19/09 1:08pm Mark:

Unfortunately you are likely right Bryce.

Perhaps the recent Braxton Mosaic box set is a possible sign of hope...
  Fri. 6/19/09 1:08pm texas scott:

bring on the pain,glitterhead.
  Fri. 6/19/09 1:10pm bryce:

i hate you alllllll!!!! ESPECIALLY TEXAS SCOTT
  Fri. 6/19/09 1:13pm dc pat:

never mind tudor pole, this is perfect. Thank you sincerely bryce. you're so nyce.
  Fri. 6/19/09 1:15pm bryce:

this goes out to all the managers. xoxox
  Fri. 6/19/09 1:20pm Parq:

Don't touch that dial, leave it on this station, he's gonna make another dedication. Whoa yeah.
  Fri. 6/19/09 1:20pm million manager march:

thank you for capturing the pleasures of the workplace.
  Fri. 6/19/09 1:22pm bryce:

together, we can end the tyranny of self-determination
  Fri. 6/19/09 1:25pm Todd 76%:

"All About Jazz" lists the category for European Echoes as "Straight-Ahead/Mainstream/Bop/Hard Bop/Cool". Hope a bunch of neo-con jazzers buy in...
  Fri. 6/19/09 1:27pm texas scott:

please don't tease the monkey.
  Fri. 6/19/09 1:28pm perrin:

Masada live at tonic 2001is amazing (I was there...) Tonic is no more. I miss jazz (execpt for Yoshi's, its pretty bleak in SF bay area these days)
  Fri. 6/19/09 1:29pm bryce:

weird!

i have it filed under skidoobly doo-bork / skobledy skobledy skobledy ploft / farsi zwieback gestruedly hork jab.
  Fri. 6/19/09 1:30pm bryce:

perrin, would you believe......tonic, to this day, STILL has a for-rent sign on it????

asses.
  Fri. 6/19/09 1:32pm north guinea hills:

the loss of my cultural sanctuary, tonic, still haunts and saddens me to this day.

cocksucking developers....
  Fri. 6/19/09 1:33pm perrin:

I hear there is a brooklyn jazz scene now but I'm never in NYC long enough to figure it out...
  Fri. 6/19/09 1:36pm dc pat:

would you believe gin and tonic??

fuckshitdamncrapcocknipple!!
  Fri. 6/19/09 1:46pm jk:

another great show Bryce, I only wish I didn't have to run so many errands while it's going on today. I keep missing chunks
  Fri. 6/19/09 1:51pm Cecile:

Hey, Bryce! Just got in. Looks good.

Can you slide on some more "out" Bobby Hutcherson for me?
  Fri. 6/19/09 1:52pm Bad Ronald:

Howdy folks. Late to the fete.
Digging the tuneage.
Nice Bryce!
  Fri. 6/19/09 1:53pm bryce:

hey, jk, cecile, ronaldo!

oh man, there is some really great bobby hutcherson! i don't THINK i have any with me.... : ( i'll go check my locker, tho!
  Fri. 6/19/09 1:57pm Cecile:

oh, cool, bryce.

no more bootleg Italian ESP...
  Fri. 6/19/09 2:03pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

this is a gem!
  Fri. 6/19/09 2:08pm bryce:

oh man, the whole album is soooo lovely.
  Fri. 6/19/09 2:08pm perrin:

(wow, from espdisk.com) When MIJ, aka Jim Holmberg was found by ESP, yodeling by the fountain in Washington Square Park, on a hot, summer Sunday afternoon, he explained that an auto accident had fractured his skull and impaired his hearing. But it had also altered his perceptions and enabled him to do things that he did not understand, but which worked musically. The next day ESP sent him into the studio. With Onno Scholtze's help, Mij explored the possibilities of multiple reverb to provide a series of echoes for his yodeling. When the project was completed, both participants continued to reverberate. They may be reverberating still.
  Fri. 6/19/09 2:09pm bryce:

oh hey, what's this? http://bit.ly/181bAN
  Fri. 6/19/09 2:11pm Cecile:

I love Dave Burrell
  Fri. 6/19/09 2:12pm Bad Ronald:

Sweet - Thanks Bryce!
  Fri. 6/19/09 2:12pm Harvey:

My god, Bryce is speaking!
  Fri. 6/19/09 2:14pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Bryce hookin' the populace up with some nice- price jazz.
  Fri. 6/19/09 2:24pm Chris:

Great stuff, that Burrell. What's the album?
  Fri. 6/19/09 2:25pm Niko:

Wow, It's just like krautrock.
Thank you for showing me free jazz.
  Fri. 6/19/09 2:26pm bryce:

hooray!

hey chris, oops my fingers! this is from "Echo," one of them BYG/Actuel records...
  Fri. 6/19/09 2:27pm Chris:

Cool, I'll be looking for this one.
  Fri. 6/19/09 2:34pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Hey Chris,
http://ajbenjamin2beta.blogspot.com/2008/04/david-burrell-echo.html
  Fri. 6/19/09 2:35pm Chris:

Thanks!
  Fri. 6/19/09 2:42pm bryce:

nice! that's it, i'm selling my records.
  Fri. 6/19/09 2:46pm BSI:

if no records, no life...
  Fri. 6/19/09 2:46pm annie:

waaay too wet to plough, oh well.. and here is the link for the drumming sunday:
http://www.thelandofthelittlepeople.com/8000drums/index.html
  Fri. 6/19/09 2:46pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

put em in the mail to me, I'll send you my life savings.
  Fri. 6/19/09 2:49pm stingy d:

sounds like a pashmina 7/11 in this
  Fri. 6/19/09 2:51pm annie:

bryce, you selling you records, great! i'm sending the truck down.
  Fri. 6/19/09 2:52pm bryce:

oh shit, i just dropped my Coach crossbody
  Fri. 6/19/09 2:53pm stingy d:

i'll drop a coach bag under your eye you!
  Fri. 6/19/09 2:55pm bryce:

annie.....can you send a TRUCKFUL OF MARJORAM?

much obliged
  Fri. 6/19/09 2:56pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

send me a truckful of nutmeg while you're at it
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