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Options November 13, 2011: Fill-in for Gaylord

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Artist Track Album
P. E. Hewitt Jazz Ensemble  It's Got Two Names and That's Alright   Options Winter Winds:Complete Works 1968-1970 
Laetitia Sadier  Un Soir, un Chien   Options The Trip 
Samara Lubelski  Keeper of Beauty   Options The Fleeting Skies 
Sandy Denny  Balulalow   Options 19 Rupert Street 
The Serpent Power  Gently, Gently   Options Poet Song 
 
Charles Mingus  Pedal Point Blues   Options Mingus Ah Um 
Daniel Levin Quartet  Wild Kingdom   Options Organic Modernism 
Bert Jansch  A Woman Like You   Options Birthday Blues 
Amir ElSaffar  Inana's Dance (IV)   Options Inana 
 
Red Balune  Maximum Penalty   Options V/A: Mass Culture Control Bureau...Things from the Past... 
Shelley Hirsch & Uchihashi Kazuhisa  Day in and Day Out   Options 10 Years After 
Ensemble Convivencia  Hallas! Il Est Pic de Ma Vie   Options Manuscrit de Bayeux 
Lesiman  Confronto   Options The Future Sound of Lesiman 
 
Los Lobos  Colossal Head   Options Colossal Head 
Har-You Percussion Group  Welcome to the Party   Options Har-You Percussion Group 
The Claudia Quintet  Job   Options What Is the Beautiful? 
Quincy Jones  Greensleeves and All the Jazz   Options The Italian Job OST 
 
Les Tres Bien Ensemble  Nos Jeux   Options Rougeole 
The Scene Is Now  Voltaire's Repair to the Organ   Options Burn All Your Records 
Trevor Wishart  Two Women   Options Voiceprints 
Orchestre National de Jazz  Alliance   Options Around Robert Wyatt 
Enos Slaughter  The Best Not Solo Solo   Options Enos Slaughter 
 
Nettle  Espina   Options El Resplandor: The Shining in Dubai 
Eroc  Javea   Options 4 

Listener comments!

  Sun. 11/13/11 5:04pm Dave M.:

Evening, everybody.
  Sun. 11/13/11 5:09pm 12539:

Out here listening. Nice start.
  Sun. 11/13/11 5:13pm Dave M.:

Thanks and welcome.
  Sun. 11/13/11 5:14pm George of Troy:

Hello Dave! Nice to have you at the controls.
  Sun. 11/13/11 5:16pm Dave M.:

Thanks, George. Good to have you.
  Sun. 11/13/11 5:20pm Larry:

Listening from the west coast. (Isn't the modern electronic world something?) Sandy Denny - nice.
  Sun. 11/13/11 5:29pm Dave M.:

Hey Larry. Yup, the wonders of the internet...
  Sun. 11/13/11 5:29pm Snortley:

Wondering what the history is of "Un Soir, un Chien." Les Rita Mitsouko did it back in 1986. Was that the original, or was theirs a cover of an earlier version?
  Sun. 11/13/11 5:32pm Dave M.:

@Snortley: Ah, I didn't realize that (or didn't remember). It might be Rita's song--I'm not sure.
  Sun. 11/13/11 5:32pm drewo:

Listening in the Arizona desert. Where it's raining. Can you believe? Nice to hear you again Dave, longtime listener.
  Sun. 11/13/11 5:34pm Dave M.:

Hey, drewo. Arizona desert: I'm very jealous.
  Sun. 11/13/11 5:37pm 12539:

"Un Soir..." is credited to Les Rita Mitsouko. (http://www.discogs.com/Les-Rita-Mitsouko-The-No-Comprendo/release/1247759 )
  Sun. 11/13/11 5:38pm Steve:

Hey Dave, any avante-rock up your sleves?
  Sun. 11/13/11 5:38pm Dave M.:

Thanks. No time for Googling during the show, I'm afraid.
  Sun. 11/13/11 5:39pm Dave M.:

Hey Steve. Oh, I'm sure I can come up with something.
  Sun. 11/13/11 5:49pm Snortley:

How lazy of me. I actually have a copy of the album. If I'd gotten it out, I'd have seen "Un Soir..." was written by two Les Rita band members.
  Sun. 11/13/11 5:54pm Steve:

Discogs does a good job of giving the history of an album through its various releases
  Sun. 11/13/11 5:54pm 12539:

I had that Mitsouko album on a cassette made by a friend, so I never knew until today.
  Sun. 11/13/11 5:57pm John:

Enjoying your show from Sugar Land, TX. Back in NY next week. I wish you were on the schedule!
  Sun. 11/13/11 5:58pm Dave M.:

Thanks, John. Maybe at some point...
  Sun. 11/13/11 5:58pm Steve:

Like trace minerals we all need our 2% rock-a-min
  Sun. 11/13/11 6:06pm maestroso:

Awesome show, Mr Mandl. Great to hear you again.
  Sun. 11/13/11 6:14pm Dave M.:

Thanks, maestroso. Great to be here.
  Sun. 11/13/11 6:16pm Wendy del Formaggio:

Nice to hear you on the airwaves, Dave!
  Sun. 11/13/11 6:18pm Dave M.:

Hey, Madame de Fromage. Good to hear from you.
  Sun. 11/13/11 6:18pm ADM:

Love this track. Interesting story behind the group.
  Sun. 11/13/11 6:49pm Ike:

Good to hear you, SeƱor Mandl!
  Sun. 11/13/11 6:54pm Dave M.:

Hey Ike. Good to hear from you.
  Sun. 11/13/11 7:00pm George of Troy:

Thanks Dave . . . Come back soon!
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