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Options February 3, 2014: Snowy prints/showy Prince.

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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       
Sonic Liberation Front  Speak Joy   Options Jetpack 1  High Two  2013   
Bobby Previte's Latin For Travelers  Clear the Bridge   Options Dangerous Rip  Enja  1998   
Harrison Bankhead  Take It to the Bridge, Y'all   Options Velvet Blue  Engine  2013   
Clifford Jordan  Bridgework   Options Glass Bead Games  Strata East  1973   
Jacob Sacks  Bridge and Tunnel   Options Two Miles a Day  Loyal Label     
 
Music behind DJ:
Booker T. & the MGs 
Melting Pot   Options        
John Zorn/Naked City  New Jersey Scum Swamp   Options Torture Garden  Shimmy Disc  1989   
Dave Douglas  Bridge To Nowhere   Options Time Travel  Greenleaf  2013   
Duke Ellington  Chelsea Bridge   Options The Blanton/Webster Band       
Sun Ra  Bridge on the Ninth Dimension   Options Other Voices, Other Blues  Horo  1978   
Chris Dingman  Manhattan Bridge   Options Waking Dreams  [self-released]  2011  http://chrisdingman.bandcamp.com/ 
 
Music behind DJ:
Hailu Mergia 
Shemonmuanaye   Options        
Willie Nelson  Denver   Options Red-Headed Stranger       
John Coltrane  Cosmos   Options Live in Seattle  Impulse!  1971  recorded 1965 
Charles Tyler  Cha-Lacy's Out East   Options Eastern Man Alone  ESP-Disk'  1967   
Adam Lane  Peace Like a River   Options Blue Spirit Band  CIMP  2013  rec. 2007 
Eric Dolphy  Gazzelloni   Options Out to Lunch  Blue Note  1964   
 
Music behind DJ:
Coyote Image Medicinals 
untitled   Options        
Esmerine  Snow Day for Lhasa   Options La Lechuza  Constellation  2011   
William Hooker  Snowflakes   Options Heart of the Sun  Engine  2013   
Ornette Coleman Trio  Snowflakes and Sunshine   Options At the Golden Circle, Stockholm, Volume 2  Blue Note  1965   
Mary Halvorson Quintet  Sea Cut Like Snow (No. 26)   Options Bending Bridges  Firehouse 12  2012   
Marc Ribot  Special Snowflake   Options Your Turn  Northern Spy  2013   
Albert Mangelsdorff  Snowy Sunday   Options Wild Goose  MPS  1969   
 
Music behind DJ:
Natural Food 
Fair Breeze on Buzzard's Bay   Options        
Frank Wright  Children of Joy, Song for Cyrille   Options Solos & Duets II  Center of the World  1975   
John Zorn  The Night of Entharmon's Joy   Options In Lambeth: Visions from the Walled Garden of William Blake  Tzadik  2013   
Sun Ra  El Is a Sound of Joy   Options Sound of Joy  Delmark  1956   
 
Music behind DJ:
Dudu Pukwana 
Flute Music   Options Flute Music  Caroline  1975   

Listener comments!

Avatar    Mon. 2/3/14 11:32am Brian in UK:

Early days. Could we have one week where no one has passed away, please.
Avatar    Mon. 2/3/14 11:57am listener james from westwood:

i'll second that.
good monday, jeff and all!!
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 12:00pm Doug Schulkind:

(With apologies to Richard Nixon) Now more than ever: D:O Radio!
Avatar    Mon. 2/3/14 12:03pm duke:

Greetings from snow upstate NY. Is that the artist formerly known as Moving Sideways?
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 12:03pm earrie:

Hey, it's noon. Hi.
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 12:05pm Doug Schulkind:

I gotta go dig out the car for the Better Half, then I'll be right back.
Avatar    Mon. 2/3/14 12:07pm pacific standard simon:

Hello Jeffs and whatevers.
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 12:09pm Jeff Golick:

@Brian: AGREE 300%
@ljfw: Good Monday to you, kind sir.
@Doug: Easy with this stuff -- hearing it called "heart attack snow."
@earrie: Welcome!
@pss: Hello hello hullo.
@duke: 'tis. I find that his expression here is one that I frequently wish I could make.
Avatar    Mon. 2/3/14 12:09pm listener james from westwood:

the prince moving-sidewalk fisheye.
Avatar    Mon. 2/3/14 12:11pm pacific standard simon:

Jeez, the chihuahua even ate the KALE on my breakfast plate!
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 12:14pm Jeff Golick:

Time for some bridge-related songs for Fort Lee.
Avatar    Mon. 2/3/14 12:19pm listener james from westwood:

this cut is killer.
Avatar    Mon. 2/3/14 12:19pm Brian in UK:

My name is Prince & I'm funky,
My name is Prince & I'm a cheeky monkey.
(WFMU does not accept any responsibilty for listeners comments or tolerate politically correct responses.)
Avatar    Mon. 2/3/14 12:19pm listener james from westwood:

that is one health-conscious chihuahua.
Avatar    Mon. 2/3/14 12:20pm Brian in UK:

Hey simon is that a reply to Zappa's Weasels ripped my Flesh?
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 12:23pm Jeff Golick:

I do like that particular Prince cut, @Brian. Or at least find it hard to ignore when it's on.
Avatar    Mon. 2/3/14 12:25pm pacific standard simon:

Chihuahuas ripped my kale because, you know, cutting with a knife destroys the vitaminks, arf-arf-arf!
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 12:30pm Doug Schulkind:

So I guess we are acknowledging another death on today's program: Chris Christie's presidential ambitions.
Avatar    Mon. 2/3/14 12:31pm duke:

I had kale chips once. I won't make that mistake twice.
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 12:32pm Jeff Golick:

Here's hoping, Doug!
Avatar    Mon. 2/3/14 12:33pm pacific standard simon:

I remain skeptical regarding the presidential potential of anyone, in this modern age, who would have to retrieve Taft's bathtub from the Smithsonian.
Avatar    Mon. 2/3/14 12:37pm pacific standard simon:

I quite enjoyed that Sonic Liberation Front track, by the way.
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 12:39pm Doug Schulkind:

It's not the beat, it's the Motian.
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 12:41pm Jeff Golick:

That's a great line, @pss.
(And great re SLF - great band.)
Avatar    Mon. 2/3/14 12:46pm duke:

Gotta go drive around in the snow. Catch you in the archives.
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 12:46pm bgporter:

Interesting. You play "New Jersey Scum Swamp" and moments later, I am summoned from the aether.
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 12:46pm Jeff Golick:

Stay safe, @duke! Turn into the skid!
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 12:47pm Jeff Golick:

Glad you got the message, @bgporter!
Avatar    Mon. 2/3/14 12:51pm Brian in UK:

Topping comment from the old gal. Don't yer know.
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 12:53pm Jeff Golick:

I wish I could have as much fun at my job as Dame Maggie seems to be having at hers.
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 12:56pm Jeff Golick:

These small group Horo sides that Sun Ra recorded in the 1970s are so loverly.
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 12:57pm Doug Schulkind:

On my college radio show, I used play Azar Lawrence's "Bridge Into the New Age." It's what the kids today would call Spiritual Jazz. (And by kids, I am of course referring to 35-year-olds.)
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 12:58pm Jeff Golick:

35-year-old net-label magnates, you mean.
Avatar    Mon. 2/3/14 1:01pm pacific standard simon:

The bridge-and-tunnel thing is still relevant in the San Francisco Bay Area, but for real xenophobia there, nothing tops SF neighborhood warfare.
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 1:02pm glenn:

35 is the new black.
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 1:04pm Jeff Golick:

@pss: there's some kind of whole busing issue now?
Avatar    Mon. 2/3/14 1:07pm pacific standard simon:

They hate on the Google buses, too.
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 1:10pm earrie:

That last track sounded like fighting a mess of turbulent traffic. Into this, like gliding along in quiet laminar flow. Itty bitty eddies, if any.
Avatar    Mon. 2/3/14 1:12pm pacific standard simon:

Doug used to play drums in The Itty Bitty Eddies.
Avatar    Mon. 2/3/14 1:14pm pacific standard simon:

And I was the bass player in The Small Feces.
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 1:15pm earrie:

The pop duo Eddy and Edie met with a lot of turbulent times.
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 1:19pm Jeff Golick:

live radio, folks.
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 1:28pm Jeff Golick:

Boggles the mind that this music (Trane & Co.) will be FIFTY years old next year.
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 1:34pm CARN DIGGING:

Hi there Jeff,
enjoying another conscious Jazz show!
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 1:36pm Jeff Golick:

Hello, @CARN DIGGING, and welcome. Glad you could stop by!
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 1:40pm bgporter:

You mean that the Coltrane will be fifty years *young*, right? (starting to feel a little sensitive about my own odometer rolling over that mark next year...)
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 1:42pm CARN DIGGING:

Trane died young, but looking at the direction he was taking prior to his death, his death was inevitable, his art and music was limited by his physicality - 'the pursuit of spirituality' required the sacrifice!
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 1:42pm northguineahills:

I lost the feed for a bit, and I can't recall my neighborhood so silent, except for the occasional snow shovel.
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 1:50pm Jeff Golick:

I like everything about that comment, @ngh, except the losing the feed part.
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 1:50pm Jeff Golick:

@bgporter: Of course, young, yes -- btw, don't look back: I'm right behind you.
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 1:51pm Jeff Golick:

@CARN D: know what you mean -- he really seems to be reaching beyond the physical, earthly plane at the end.
Avatar    Mon. 2/3/14 1:54pm pacific standard simon:

You're SO killing, Jeff!
  Mon. 2/3/14 1:55pm P-90:

Wow, "Robo-Jazz Talk" beats the shit out of Phil Schaap! I'm making the switch and never going back!
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 1:55pm Jeff Golick:

@pss: [see gif at left]
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 1:57pm Jeff Golick:

@P-90: Ha. They could have a monotone-off.
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 1:59pm CARN DIGGING:

If Africa Brass, Om and Meditations are my favourite Trane albums - which Albert Ayler albums would you recommend me? Jeff
  Mon. 2/3/14 2:00pm P-90:

Plus, the Robo's actually say about five times as much in 3% of the time
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 2:06pm bgporter:

David Baker is a monster: info.music.indiana.edu... Switched from trombone to cello after a jaw injury.
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 2:08pm Jeff Golick:

A Living Legend! Thanks for the education, @bgporter. Go know!
Avatar    Mon. 2/3/14 2:12pm Uncle Michael:

I really don't care for the way Prince is eye-balling me.
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 2:13pm Doug Schulkind:

William Hooker played live on my show back in the early 1990s. Several tunes from that visit ended up on a vinyl: www.discogs.com...
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 2:17pm Jeff Golick:

Engineer: Irene Trudell!
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 2:17pm Doug Schulkind:

Jesus H. Christ, that was almost 25 years ago!
Avatar    Mon. 2/3/14 2:17pm Brian in UK:

A delicious nourishing concoction you are dishing up today, sir.
So saying must get with the comestibles.
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 2:18pm Jeff Golick:

Thanks, Brian. I'm sure Ornette will understand...
Avatar    Mon. 2/3/14 2:19pm Brian in UK:

And she is on the other side playing Uncle Tupelo from an FMU recording of 1990 vintage 24 years ago.
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 2:20pm Jeff Golick:

Ha. Just checked that, too, Brian. Noted I spelled her name wrong. Leave that last L off for...lovely radio.
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 2:21pm Jeff Golick:

@Doug: you were cool before cool was a thing.
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 2:21pm Jeff Golick:

And, Uncle Michael, if it makes you feel any better, he's looking at all of us the same way.
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 2:21pm northguineahills:

I somehow missed that William Hooker release.
Avatar    Mon. 2/3/14 2:22pm pacific standard simon:

Prince will cut a bitch.
  Mon. 2/3/14 2:23pm P-90:

@ pss: so what else is news
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 2:24pm Doug Schulkind:

@Jeff
I'm so old, I was cool before "tepid" was invented.
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 2:25pm Jeff Golick:

@ngh: Us, too! Only came upon it very recently.
Avatar    Mon. 2/3/14 2:28pm Luke Warm:

I'm changing my name.
Avatar    Mon. 2/3/14 2:30pm Global Warm:

I am your father, Luke.
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 2:35pm Doug Schulkind:

@Jeff
You should've saved this track for your "snowflakes on bridges" set.
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 2:52pm earrie:

Penchant on in any which way, Jeff(s).
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 2:55pm Jeff Golick:

Thank you kindly, @earrie.
Avatar    Mon. 2/3/14 2:56pm Uncle Michael:

Thanks for the show, Jeff.
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 2:56pm Doug Schulkind:

GIVE THE DRUMMER RADIO PROGRAMMING ALERT...
Be sure to tune back in to the Drummer Stream (as if you'd ever actually turn it off, haha!) tomorrow at 12:00pm (ET) for Tony Coulter's TAPE HISS program.

This episide of Tape Hiss will feature these artists: Vox Populi, Etienne Brunet Trio, Zut un Feu Rouge, and Remo Tobs.

And don't forget, Tape Hiss shows are NOT ARCHIVED! You have to hear them live!
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 2:56pm northguineahills:

Now, my internet is working fluidly again, Damnit so much, I only got to hear this show in 20 second bites...

Thanks Jeff!
Avatar    Mon. 2/3/14 2:56pm listener james from westwood:

amazing show today. very proud to have been sheltering from the storm with it on.
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 2:57pm Jeff Golick:

Aw, thanks @ngh & @ljfw! Would not be the same without you guys.
Avatar    Mon. 2/3/14 2:58pm pacific standard simon:

Finest kind, Jeffs! Please get together on the airwaves soon.
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 2:59pm Jeff Golick:

Thanks much, @pss! Watch out for Prince.
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 3:03pm earrie:

Thank yous.
Avatar Mon. 2/3/14 3:04pm Jeff Golick:

...and thank youse, @earrie!
  Mon. 2/3/14 3:05pm Prince:

Play nice, don't make me come down there
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