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Options April 1, 2013: Rock the bell(bottom)s.

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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   
Bob James Trio  Explosions   Options Explosions  ESP  1965   
Woody Shaw  The Awakening   Options Song of Songs  Contemporary  1973   
Buster Williams  The Hump   Options Pinnacle  Muse  1975   
Mtume  Yebo   Options Rebirth Cycle  Third Street  1977   
Herbie Hancock  The Spook Who Sat by the Door (reprise)   Options The Spook Who Sat by the Door  United Artists  1973   
 
Music behind DJ:
Hustlers Brass Band 
Sanford & Son Theme (Street Beater)   Options Second Line Soul  Mardi Gras Records   2009   
Randy Weston  In Memory Of   Options Tanjah  Polydor  1973   
Hadley Caliman  Watercress   Options Iapetus  Mainstream  1972   
Julian Priester and Marine Intrustion  Anatomy of Longing   Options Polarization  ECM  1977   
Digital Primitives  Crackle & Pop   Options Hum Crackle & Pop  Hopscotch  2009   
 
Music behind DJ:
Chaz Jankel 
To Woo Lady Kong   Options My Occupation: The Music of Chaz Jankel  Tirk  2009  2009 comp. 
McCoy Tyner  I Thought I'd Let You Know   Options Expansions  Blue Note  1968   
McCoy Tyner  Vibration Blues   Options Cosmos  Blue Note  1969  rel. 1976 
McCoy Tyner  Goin' Home   Options Asante  Blue Note  1970   
McCoy Tyner | Arthur Blythe | Ornette Coleman  The Straight Line and the Circle   Options 1982.05.14 - Washington, D. C.  bootleg  1982   
 
Music behind DJ:
Dick Khoza 
Lilongwe   Options Chapita  The Sun  1976   
Ornette Coleman  Congeniality   Options The Shape of Jazz to Come  Atlantic  1959   
The Wild Tchoupitoulas  Brother John   Options The Wild Tchoupitoulas  Antilles  1976   
Professor Longhair  Tipitina   Options Tipitina: Complete 1949-57 New Orleans Recordings  Traditions Alive     
Professor Longhair  Big Chief   Options Crawfish Fiesta  Alligator  1979   
Junior Wells  Hoodoo Man Blues   Options Hoodoo Man Blues  Delmark  1965   
 
Music behind DJ:
The Wailers 
Wailers House Party   Options The Fabulous Wailers at the Castle  Etiquette  1961   
Cecil Taylor  Air (Take 21)   Options Air  Candid  1960  rel. 1990 
Cecil Taylor Segments II (Orchestra Of Two Continents)   Taht   Options Winged Serpent (Sliding Quadrants)  Soul Note  1985   
Cecil Taylor  2   Options 3 Phasis  New World Records  1979   
Cecil Taylor  Driver Says   Options Garden  hat hut  1982   
Cecil Taylor  I (Sister Young'n)   Options Fly! Fly! Fly! Fly! Fly!  MPS  1981   
The Gil Evans Orchestra  Bulbs   Options Into the Hot  Impulse!  1961   
Marilyn Crispell  Au Chanteur Qui Danse (For Cecil Taylor)   Options Labrynths  Les Disques Victo  1988   
 
Music behind DJ:
Dudu Pukwana & Spear 
Flute Music   Options Flute Music  Caroline  1975   

Listener comments!

Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 12:02pm Bobby Bonilla:

You can't wipe the smile off my face.
Avatar    Mon. 4/1/13 12:02pm Rich in Washington:

Damn. Nice way to start a show!
Avatar    Mon. 4/1/13 12:05pm Carmichael:

Dude, I used to rock the bell bottoms. Heya Jeffs!
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 12:05pm Not Jeff Golick:

This LP features the wonderful and enigmatic percussionist Cleve "Bob" Pozar.
Avatar    Mon. 4/1/13 12:06pm duke:

Hi Jeffs and Doug and all
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 12:10pm Doug Schulkind:

Hiya Duke and everyone. The Jeffs are a tad late today as they lost a diamond nose stud in the plush carpet of their stretch limo on the way to the show.
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 12:11pm glenn:

you gotta wonder what the pirates may have been if bonds and bonilla hadn't left.
Avatar    Mon. 4/1/13 12:12pm Rich in Washington:

Holy crap! I had to look this up. Robert Ashley and Gordon Mumma on electronics here.
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 12:13pm Doug Schulkind:

@glenn
People here in Pittsburgh still weep about that speedster Sid Bream going to Atlanta.
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 12:23pm Jeff Golick:

Lost my pick in my fro. Back now.
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 12:26pm northguineahills:

I picked up the vinyl reissue of Explosions the first time I took a trip to NYC as an adult back in '98.
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 12:26pm glenn:

1991 pirates. pretty good team. - www.baseball-almanac.com...
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 12:29pm glenn:

so i have a jazzy type of question. the gun club covered an excerpt of pharoah sanders "the creator has a master plan" on the las vegas story. which part exactly did they take it from?
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 12:33pm Jeff Golick:

only one way to find out, glenn...
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 12:33pm glenn:

yes, i realize that, and i will listen to the whole thing at some time.
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 12:34pm Jeff Golick:

belated greetings to duke, Rich in Washington, Carmichael, glenn, and a polite nod to Bobby Bo.
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 12:34pm Jeff Golick:

@glenn: you've heard Louis Armstrong's version of that tune?
Avatar    Mon. 4/1/13 12:37pm duke:

@Jeff Did you find your diamond nose stud?
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 12:40pm Jeff Golick:

I did, thanks duke. Found it in a giant tupperware bowl full of coke.
Avatar    Mon. 4/1/13 12:41pm Uncle Michael:

Hello everyone.
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 12:42pm Doug Schulkind:

Oh shit! You have the Sanford & Son brass band track!! Rob Weisberg has this on his Marathon premium, I believe. I gotta have it. GOTTA!

Footage: youtu.be...
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 12:42pm glenn:

no, i haven't.
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 12:44pm Jeff Golick:

Hey, Uncle Mike!

@glenn: some background, including sweet (if small) photos of Ornette w Louis, and Miles w Louis: dippermouth.blogspot.com...

@Doug: I heard Rob play that during the marathon and promptly ran out (to my computer) and bought it.
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 12:48pm Doug Schulkind:

Excuse me Jeff, but could you explain "bought" please? No comprendo.
Avatar    Mon. 4/1/13 12:50pm Uncle Michael:

This is the modern world. Give only the drummer some.
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 12:51pm Jeff Golick:

Hah yeah. Well, it happens sometimes.
  Mon. 4/1/13 1:00pm Toby:

spin that wax, baby!
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 1:04pm Jeff Golick:

Spinning as fast as I can, Toby!
Avatar    Mon. 4/1/13 1:08pm duke:

That Julian Priester thing was quite nice.
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 1:10pm Jeff Golick:

Glad you enjoyed, duke! The best thing on that record is probably the first cut, a 20+ minute doozy...will play it another day for sure.
Avatar    Mon. 4/1/13 1:13pm duke:

Hard to go wrong with McCoy Tyner
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 1:27pm Jeff Golick:

I love that this track ("Vibration Blues") wasn't released until seven years after it was recorded.
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 1:29pm Jeff Golick:

Buster Williams again, on "Goin' Home."
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 1:49pm Doug Schulkind:

Mets up 1-0!! (God am I a sucker.)
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 1:53pm Jeff Golick:

Let's remember this moment in August, shall we?
Avatar    Mon. 4/1/13 1:56pm Uncle Michael:

This recording on a Prof. comp was the second CD I ever owned.
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 1:59pm Jeff Golick:

What was the first?
Avatar    Mon. 4/1/13 2:00pm Carmichael:

I have a George Winston-produced LP of Fess I bought many moons ago at a Winston concert. Great msuic!
Avatar    Mon. 4/1/13 2:00pm Uncle Michael:

Bob Marley: Legend...if memory serves.
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 2:01pm Jeff Golick:

I think my first ever store-bought cassette was Neil Diamond's The Jazz Singer.
Avatar    Mon. 4/1/13 2:03pm Uncle Michael:

My first non-kid 45 was Hanky Panky by Tommy James. I realize that the characterization is open to debate.
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 2:04pm Jeff Golick:

I recall being wildly upset when a friend sat on and broke my Sammy Davis "Candyman" 45.
Avatar    Mon. 4/1/13 2:05pm Uncle Michael:

Who can take a record...cover it with butt?
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 2:05pm Doug Schulkind:

@Jeff Golick
I'm doing a Barbara Donald memorial special tomorrow evening on the next episode of GTDS. Do you happen to have her Olympia Live lp on Cadence? Or any of the Sonny Simmons/Bert Wilson albums on FMO (Mr. Wheelz)?
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 2:07pm Jeff Golick:

@Uncle Michael: Randy Sherwin can. (iirc)

@Doug: hrm...not optimistic on the Barbara Donald front. Let me check w JJ?
Avatar    Mon. 4/1/13 2:22pm Brian in UK:

Hello Jeffs; interesting that you use Chaz Jankel as your bed in part. What do you think of him. Very talented with Mr Dury but like a lot like him what do you do with that talent when solo?
Avatar    Mon. 4/1/13 2:26pm Uncle Michael:

Cubs are leading the Bucs 2-0 after 2.
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 2:26pm Jeff Golick:

Hey, Brian in UK! Yeah, our exposure to his work outside of Dury is limited to this one compilation. I like much of the first half of this record quite a lot, but then my interest starts to seriously wane on the back half.
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 2:36pm Doug Schulkind:

@Uncle Michael
The Pirates are losing 0-20. That is, 20 straight years without finishing above .500. They have extended their own North American sports franchise record the last two years.

Twenty years.
Avatar    Mon. 4/1/13 2:39pm Uncle Michael:

I'm sorry, man...but the Cubs have a sorrier history than the Pirates. Don't even go there, girlfriend.

One Hundred and Four Years.
Avatar    Mon. 4/1/13 2:40pm Brian in UK:

I can understand that. Like the way you talk about it like it's a record.
Seems like I am moving into a Hubert Selby Jr phase about to read The Demon again. Wrong in the springtime. Hell the car is due for a service too.
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 2:43pm Jeff Golick:

This tune is probably mis-labeled as The Gil Evans Orch. Though nominally his record, the three Cecil cuts are all CT's.
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 2:46pm Jeff Golick:

Who's got the CT/Mary Lou Williams duo record, Embraced [www.discogs.com... ]? How is?
Avatar    Mon. 4/1/13 2:48pm Brian in UK:

I was sorely vexed a few years ago when I saw McCoy Tyner play London. Less than an hour on stage. His heart was not in iy.
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 2:52pm northguineahills:

Man, have verily much loved this set! Thanks Jeffs!
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 2:52pm Jeff Golick:

Always sux when that happens, Brian. When Jeff J and I saw Cecil live up at Columbia University many moons ago, there were several openers, including a Ron Carter band. I recall Jeff remarking that Ron just seemed to be biding his time until the chardonnay backstage was at the proper temperature.
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 2:53pm Jeff Golick:

So happy to hear it, northguineahills! Hard to go wrong with Mr Taylor.
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 2:54pm Doug Schulkind:

Chardonnay. That's a pretty low blow.
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 2:54pm Jeff Golick:

Mets up 7-1. David Wright on a course to steal 600 bases.
Avatar    Mon. 4/1/13 2:55pm Brian in UK:

There's no half measures with jazz, only at the bar!!
Avatar    Mon. 4/1/13 2:56pm Brian in UK:

Thanks gents.
Avatar    Mon. 4/1/13 2:57pm duke:

Thanks. Great show as always.
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 2:57pm Jeff Golick:

Thanks, Brian! Always a pleasure to have you aboard.
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 2:58pm Jeff Golick:

Thanks, duke! Great to have you here/hear!
Avatar    Mon. 4/1/13 2:58pm Uncle Michael:

Thanks for the mind expansion, Jeff.
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 2:59pm Jeff Golick:

Pleasure was mine, Uncle Michael!
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 3:01pm Shaun:

Great show, J.
Avatar Mon. 4/1/13 3:02pm Jeff Golick:

Thanks, Shaun!
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