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Options March 24, 2012: Playing With My Trojan Pony

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Roswell Rudd And The Jazz Composer's Orchestra  Circulation   Options Numatik Swing Band  JCOA Records  0:00:00 ()
Roscoe Mitchell  Old   Options Complete Old/Quartet Sessions  Nessa  0:21:40 ()
The New Mellow Edwards  Sacks On The Beach   Options Big Choantza  Skirl  0:29:34 ()
Steve Lehman Trio  Jeannine   Options Dialect Flourescent  Pi Recording   0:36:25 ()
Alex Cline/Jeff Gauthier/G. E. Stinson  Born From Moisture   Options The Other Shore  Cryptogramophone  0:43:11 ()
Gruppo D'Improvvisazione Nuova Consonanza  Bambu #2   Options Niente  Roundtable/The Omni Recording Corporation  0:47:41 ()
Bruno Nicolai  Vento D'Autunno   Options La Coda Dello Scorpione  Digitmovies  0:50:43 ()
The Millennium  Karmic Dream Sequence #1   Options Begin  Sundazed  0:53:35 ()
Les Momies De Palerme  Brulez ce Coeur   Options Brulez Ce Coeur  Constellation  1:07:45 ()
The Minus Story  Won't Be Fooled Again   Options The Captain is Dead, Let the Drum Corps Dance  Jagjaguwar  1:12:38 ()
Gelbart  Pop-Q   Options Mass Hypnosis by Proxy  Defekt  1:16:53 ()
Loops Of Your Heart  Lost In The Mirror   Options And Never Ending Nights  Magazine  1:19:00 ()
Air  Sonic Armada   Options Le Voyage Dans La Lune  Astralwerks  1:23:50 ()
Rainbow Arabia  Holiday In Congo   Options Kabukimono  Animal Vinyl  1:28:44 ()
K.S Chithra  Hey Maina   Options K.S. Chithra  B-Music  1:32:39 ()
R.D. Burman  Bond 303   Options The Bombay Connection Vol. 1 Funk From Bollywood Action Thrillers 1977-1984  Normal  1:37:02 ()
Francis Bebey  The Coffee Cola Song   Options African Electronic Music 1975-1982  Born Bad  1:41:54 ()
Son Malagana  Rama de Tamarindo   Options Jende Ri Palenge: People of Palenque  Soul Jazz  1:46:53 ()
Gnawa Bambara  Lallayamma   Options Sidi Mimoun  Felmay  1:55:53 ()
Ritmo Y Canto  Columbia   Options Ritmo Y Canto  Tres Leches  2:07:11 ()
Claustrofobia  Paris nostalgic (tango)   Options Tension: Spanish Experimental Underground 1980-1985 (V/A)  Munster  2:12:42 ()
Esmerine  Last Waltz   Options La Lechuza  Constellation  2:18:06 ()
Michael Chapman  Rainmaker   Options Rainmaker  Light In The Attic  2:23:41 ()
Amber  White Angel   Options Pearls Of Amber  Merlin's Nose  2:27:00 ()
Michaelangelo  One Voice Many   Options One Voice Many  Fallout  2:31:39 ()
Alog  A Regular Hexagon Is Found Traced In The Sand On Some Beach   Options Red Shift Swing  Rune Grammofon  2:38:30 ()
Buke and Gass  Your Face Left Before You   Options Riposte  Brassland  2:42:26 ()
Reading Rainbow  Wasting Time   Options Prism Eyes  Hozac  2:46:03 ()
Meneguar  Black Death   Options The In Hour  Woodsist  2:49:44 ()
Magic Lantern   Dark Cicadas   Options Platoon  Not Not Fun  2:52:32 ()

Listener comments!

  Swag For Life Member    Sat. 3/24/12 12:16am rich:

Good evening.
visuals for this week: southersalazar.com
  Sat. 3/24/12 12:18am Destroit:

Hello Rich. Hello world.
  Sat. 3/24/12 12:28am R I S K Y:

Go Rich!
  Sat. 3/24/12 12:36am Destroit:

Sacks on the Beach was great!
  Sat. 3/24/12 12:38am Destroit:

The jazz stuff is a great soundtrack to hoops craziness. Meltdown Kansas.
  Sat. 3/24/12 12:53am Deepak:

Morning Rich, really like this one by Bruno.
  Sat. 3/24/12 12:54am pete:

Great stuff Rich!
  Sat. 3/24/12 12:57am Destroit:

Not so meltdown Kansas. They held it together with glue and tinsel. I'll second the Bruno comment from Deepak, thumbs up!
  Sat. 3/24/12 12:59am http://www.last.fm/user/johnnykevlar:

Does anyone have any examples of poetry in modern music? Something in the past few years preferably.
  Sat. 3/24/12 1:03am PiLA:

the millennium track sounded like it was going into something else ... at the end
  Sat. 3/24/12 1:07am PiLA:

bron yr aur stomp, perhaps
  Sat. 3/24/12 1:13am Destroit:

Nope Kevlar, no examples. I will say that I'll be seeing The Wedding Present on Monday, no idea what their new album is like. Circa 1989ish, song writing gold from David Gedge. Maybe not poetry, but damn good songs.
  Sat. 3/24/12 1:21am Deepak:

poetry like as in folk music or like in poetry recitation? Maybe not what you're looking for but this one comes to my mind
  Sat. 3/24/12 1:24am Destroit:

Thanks for Air rich!
  Sat. 3/24/12 1:25am http://www.last.fm/user/johnnykevlar:

Thanks guys. I was thinking about it after discussing it with a friend. I think there was a lot of emphasis on poetic lyrics in the mid to late '60s that isn't so prevalent nowadays. It seems like Bob Dylan really influenced that, and it was important in all forms of music, from popular to underground. Talking to some people today, they seem to believe that lyrics are secondary and not completely necessary anymore. My friend is going to see The Wedding Present too, so that is extra motivation to check them out. And I will check that video out, thanks Deepak.
  Sat. 3/24/12 1:31am Destroit:

Kevlar, check out jonothan Donohue. His band is Mercury Rev (my favorite band ever). Great song writer. Deserters songs (the album) is a good starting point.
  Sat. 3/24/12 1:34am Deepak:

this one is from some South Indian movie .
  Sat. 3/24/12 1:35am Deepak:

btw 'Maina' is a female parrot.
  Sat. 3/24/12 1:35am http://www.last.fm/user/johnnykevlar:

Oh yeah man. I love mercury rev, I know the bassist son. His son's band kind of sucks and have terrible lyrics unfortunately, lol
  Sat. 3/24/12 1:37am http://www.last.fm/user/johnnykevlar:

Can I run my hands through your carwash hair?
  Sat. 3/24/12 1:40am Destroit:

That's awesome Kevlar. I just keep tabs on what Jon and grasshopper are up to. And you can work my carwash hair anytime you want. Oh, and long lost recluse David Baker is back making music. Take that into the snorry mouth.
  Sat. 3/24/12 1:43am Deepak:

damn right Francis Bebey haha
  Sat. 3/24/12 1:47am Destroit:

Kinda digging Francis too Deepak. I wish I was on a beach.
  Sat. 3/24/12 1:54am Destroit:

Specifically, David Baker's new band called Variety Lights, releasing an album this June. God can only wonder that guy has brewed over the past 15+ years. My best guess is that it's quite good.
  Sat. 3/24/12 1:55am http://www.last.fm/user/johnnykevlar:

Hey Destroit, here is the son of Dave Fridmann's band, I wouldn't recommend it at all. But if you were curious you can check it out. It's just some kids having fun.
  Sat. 3/24/12 1:56am http://www.last.fm/user/johnnykevlar:

Yeah, I couldn't watch it for longer than twenty seconds. I don't know why I linked it.
  Sat. 3/24/12 1:57am Destroit:

Haha, Fridmann is a world class producer. Unfortunately, ahhh, kids.
  Sat. 3/24/12 2:24am Deepak:

nice ambient music
  Sat. 3/24/12 2:39am Rob W:

A Regular Hexagon indeed!
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