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Options May 14, 2012: Afternoon of a New York Faun

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments
Roscoe Mitchell  Tatas-Matoes   Options Congliptious  Nessa  1968   
 
Music behind DJ:
Sun Ra 
The Perfect Man   Options The Singles  Evidence  1974/1996   
Tomas Fujiwara  Smoke-Breathing Lights   Options The Air Is Different  482 Music  2012   
Mary Halvorson  Sea Cut Like Snow (No. 26)   Options Bending Bridges  Firehouse 12  2012   
Miles Okazaki  Loom   Options Figurations  Sunnyside  2012   
 
Music behind DJ:
Jewels and Binoculars 
I Want You   Options Floater  Ramboy  2004   
Tomasz Stańko  No Bass Trio   Options Leosia  ECM  1997   
Krzysztof Komeda  Kattorna   Options Astigmatic  Muza  1965   
 
Music behind DJ:
Jewels and Binoculars 
Highway 61 Revisited   Options The Music of Bob Dylan  Ramboy  2001   
Marion Brown  Afternoon of a Georgia Faun   Options Afternoon of a Georgia Faun  ECM  1970   
Lotte Anker / Craig Taborn / Gerald Cleaver  Even Today I'm Still Arriving   Options Floating Islands  Ilk  2009   
Khan Jamal  Cosmic Echoes   Options Drumdance to the Motherland  Dogtown (re: Eremite)  1973/2006   
 
Music behind DJ:
Jewels and Binoculars 
Percy's Song   Options The Music of Bob Dylan  Ramboy  2001   
Lounge Lizards  Big Heart   Options Big Heart - Live in Tokyo  Island  1986   
Mahavishnu Orchestra  Miles Out   Options Inner Worlds  Sony  1975   
Marilyn Crispell  Ahmadu / Sierra Leone   Options The Kitchen Concert  Leo  1991  w Mark Dresser & Gerry Hemingway 
Carla Bley  Communications #7   Options Jazz Realities  Fontana  1966   
 
Music behind DJ:
Jewels and Binoculars 
One More Cup of Coffee   Options Ships with Tattooed Sails  Upshot  2007   
Steve Lehman Trio  Moment's Notice   Options Dialect Flourescent  Pi Recordings  2012   
Nathan Hanson & Brian Roessler  Lake of Forgetfulness   Options Selenographia  self-released  2012  http://nhbr.bandcamp.com/album/selenographia 
Schlippenbach Quartett  Three Nails Left, For P.L.   Options Three Nails Left  FMP  1975   
 
Music behind DJ:
Jewels and Binoculars 
Floater (Too Much to Ask)   Options Floater  Ramboy  2004   
Cecil Taylor  Almeda (To Matie), Take 4   Options Almeda (To Matie)  FMP  2012  rec. 1996 
Matt Bauder  Bill and Maza   Options Day in Pictures  Clean Feed  2010   
 
Music behind DJ:
Dudu Pukwana & Spear 
Flute Music   Options Flute Music  Caroline  1975   

Listener comments!

  Mon. 5/14/12 11:56am listener james from westwood:

greetings from rainy northern nj and good monday, all!
Avatar Mon. 5/14/12 12:00pm Jeff G:

Hello, listener james! Glad you got a good seat.
  Mon. 5/14/12 12:00pm duke:

Off to a good start!
  Mon. 5/14/12 12:01pm Alf from Upstate:

Can I wedge in here? I wanna hear.
  Mon. 5/14/12 12:02pm Richard from Venezuela:

Hello Jeffs and all the listeners.
  Mon. 5/14/12 12:04pm bgporter:

Like Zappa said, "Yo, cats."
  Mon. 5/14/12 12:05pm Dan in Seattle:

Greetings Outsiders!
Avatar Mon. 5/14/12 12:07pm Jeff G:

Meow. Welcome one and all!
  Mon. 5/14/12 12:26pm Candace:

Never heard of Miles Okazaki. I like it.
  Mon. 5/14/12 12:28pm Candace:

Just went here: http://www.milesokazaki.com/ Thanks for turning me on guys! (OK, that came out wrong.)
Avatar Mon. 5/14/12 12:30pm Jeff G:

The new Okazaki record is very good -- great band. Wasn't previously aware of him either!
  Mon. 5/14/12 12:36pm Doug S.:

I really appreciate the accent over the ń. (Not to mention the Stańko.) Oh, goodie! The previous track made me think of Komeda. Sweet!
  Mon. 5/14/12 12:38pm Hugo:

Great Komeda! Kattorna = "cats" in Swedish
Avatar Mon. 5/14/12 12:39pm Jeff G:

Like Zappa said!
  Mon. 5/14/12 12:42pm Dan in Seattle:

This wońderful.
Avatar Mon. 5/14/12 12:45pm Jeff G:

(Nice work, Dan.)

(That Komeda fade-out is on the record, btw, in case anyone was wondering why we'd do that...)
  Mon. 5/14/12 12:49pm Doug S.:

Anyone interested in hearing MORE Krzysztof Komeda is urged to visit the fine blog A Darker Shade of Blue. (The site offered a 5-CD box of Komeda's music here: http://bit.ly/JdTxG5) The blog recently went "private," but it was simple to join up. New membership is suspended for the moment, but I recommend keeping an eye on the site and joining up when it gets re-opened.
  Mon. 5/14/12 12:54pm Dervish:

According to Wikipedia, Afternoon of a Faun was originally "L'après-midi d'un faune," a poem by Stéphane Mallarmé. Inspired by the poem, Debussy wrote the music for a ballet "Afternoon of a Faun" by Nijinsky. Then Jerome Robbins choreographed a ballet based in Nijisnky's work.
  Mon. 5/14/12 1:04pm northguineahills:

I never heard that Marion Brown piece. That was awesome!
Avatar Mon. 5/14/12 1:08pm Jeff G:

So glad you enjoyed, northguineahills! A lost classic until ECM reissued it a year or two ago.
Avatar Mon. 5/14/12 1:12pm Jeff G:

This turned into a pretty weird little set.
  Mon. 5/14/12 1:13pm Doug S.:

I find it so easy to dismiss ECM based on so much of the Eberhard Weber-ish end of the catalog. Then along comes a Marion Brown or a Paul Motian and I fall in love all over again. I played Dave Holland's "Conference of the Birds" last week and was swoonful.
  Mon. 5/14/12 1:15pm northguineahills:

Come on Doug, Eberhard Weber is fine.... maybe once every 6 years.... (yes, I have 2 of his LPs)
  Mon. 5/14/12 1:16pm Hugo:

Totally agree with the verdict on the early days of ECM (before it became formularised). Still have a copy of "Afric Pepperbird" (and the Marion Brown).
Avatar Mon. 5/14/12 1:17pm Jeff G:

We do tend to favor those early ECM records that were produced by the artists themselves, and (as we understand) delivered to Eicher fully formed.
Avatar Mon. 5/14/12 1:18pm Jeff G:

This song is not loud enough.
  Mon. 5/14/12 1:19pm Doug S.:

@NHG
I am not proud of my knee-jerk reactions. When you review my history, you'll discover that 15-30 years after I decide to revile an artist/genre, I end up infatuated with it.

Eberhard (gulp) here I come?
  Mon. 5/14/12 1:19pm Hugo:

I have to admit that the AEC records for ECM do sound good, though.
  Mon. 5/14/12 1:20pm northguineahills:

Eberhard is not an artist you want to double-down on, however.
  Mon. 5/14/12 1:20pm duke:

Marc Ribot sounds like he's channeling Sonny Sharrock. Not a bad thing to do.
Avatar Mon. 5/14/12 1:21pm Jeff G:

Speaking of ECM, anyone out there heard the new Masabumi Kikuchi trio record?
Avatar Mon. 5/14/12 1:22pm Jeff G:

@duke: Agreed. This is the first thing on the album, though, so it sort of goes downhill from here.
  Mon. 5/14/12 1:32pm northguineahills:

Man, I love Marilyn Crispell.
  Mon. 5/14/12 1:53pm Dan in Seattle:

I love Marilyn Crispell, too. No, I mean really love her. As Woody Allen would say, "I lufff her."
  Mon. 5/14/12 2:18pm duke:

People keep asking me questions and expecting me to do things. How am I gonna keep up with important stuff with all these interruptions? Don't they know DO is on?
Avatar Mon. 5/14/12 2:28pm Jeff G:

Ha.

This one takes a little while before it takes off, but then...
  Mon. 5/14/12 2:33pm northguineahills:

This is kickass!
  Mon. 5/14/12 2:34pm Candace:

This is from '96?! Wowza.
Avatar Mon. 5/14/12 2:38pm Jeff G:

Yup. Same time as this one: www.fmp-label.de...
  Mon. 5/14/12 2:51pm listener james from westwood:

as always, jeff & jeff, a wonderful tour. thanks gents!
  Mon. 5/14/12 2:53pm Doug Schulkind:

GIVE THE DRUMMER RADIO...PROGRAMMING ALERT...
Tomorrow on Tony Coulter's show DJ Richard Lindsay, from Portland's KBOO, will be filling in. Richard promises "an all-thrift-store-vinyl extravaganza"!

Richard is on for Tony, tomorrow at noon (Eastern). Immediately follow my Give the Drummer Some show (6-7) will be the LIVE debut of Kaminsky Kamoutsky with Jesse. Jesse will take his traveling radio show to visit with Angela from Weirdo Records. They will pool the record collections and obsessions for two hours of radio on the stream, 7-9pm.

Coming up on this here 24-hour Drummer stream immediately following D:O RADIO...

George "Harmonica" Smith
Arelean Brown
Rev. Utah Smith
The Relatives (with the amazing "Rap On")
The Movers
Mike Osborne Trio
David Moss/Baird Hersey
Alfredo Gutierrez
Lon Caneyes
Os Matuskelos
Jackson do Pandeiro
Jackson C. Frank
Ray Smith
Bennie Hess (who's 6-year-old son Troy is the lil' feller who recorded "Please Don't Go Topless, Mother")
Hank Penny
Bob Luman
The Magnetic Fields
and more
and more
and eternally more...
Avatar Mon. 5/14/12 2:54pm Jeff G:

Thanks for the attentive listening, listener james!
  Mon. 5/14/12 2:56pm duke:

another great show...thanks
  Mon. 5/14/12 2:56pm northguineahills:

awesome set!
  Mon. 5/14/12 2:57pm ASNB:

Yes! Good show
Avatar Mon. 5/14/12 3:01pm Jeff G:

THANKS SO MUCH, duke, ngh, ASNB, and all non-commenting trollers!
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