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Favoriting November 28, 2011: We Loved Him Madly: Paul Motian, 1931-2011

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments
Roscoe Mitchell  Tatas-Matoes   Favoriting Congliptious  Nessa  1968  (CD reissue 2009) 
Paul Motian Trio  Yahllah   Favoriting [1998.02.23 - Hamburg]    1998  [boot] 

Music behind DJ:
Reichel/Knispel Duo 

Something like what   Favoriting

Erdmännchen 

FMP 

1977 

RIP Hans Reichel. 
Paul Bley  When Will the Blues Leave?   Favoriting with Gary Peacock  ECM  1970   
Paul Bley  Mr. Joy   Favoriting Turning Point  Improvising Artists Inc.  1975  John Gilmore (!) + Bley/Peacock/Motian 
Keith Jarrett  Angles (Without Edges)   Favoriting Treasure Island  Impulse  1974   
Paul Motian Quintet  White Magic   Favoriting [1983.11.17 - Bremen]    1983  [boot] - Bill Frisell, Joe Lovano, Jim Pepper, Ed Schuller, Motian. 

Music behind DJ:
Reichel/Knispel Duo 

Gemurmel und Geknispel   Favoriting

Erdmännchen 

FMP 

1977 

 
Paul Motian Trio  Duke Ellington's Sound of Love   Favoriting Sound of Love  Winter & Winter  1997   
Paul Motian  Body and Soul   Favoriting [2010.08.28 - early set, Village Vanguard, NYC]    2010  [boot] - Mark Turner, Tony Malaby, Frisell, Motian. 
Paul Motian Trio  Epistrophy   Favoriting Sound of Love  Winter & Winter  1997   
Paul Motian Quintet  Five Miles to Wrentham   Favoriting [1983.11.17 - Bremen]    1983   

Music behind DJ:
Reichel/Knispel Duo 

Rainy Day Waltz   Favoriting

Erdmännchen 

FMP 

1977 

 
Paul Motian  Ruby, My Dear/Olivia's Dream   Favoriting [2010.08.28 - late set - Village Vanguard, NYC]    2010   
Paul Motian  Crepuscule with Nellie   Favoriting Monk in Motian  JMT  1988   
Paul Motian  Justice (Evidence)   Favoriting Monk in Motian  JMT  1988   
Paul Bley  Monk's Dream   Favoriting Memoirs  Soul Note  1989  Bley, Haden, Motian 

Music behind DJ:
Reichel/Knispel Duo 

Yeti   Favoriting

Erdmännchen 

FMP 

1977 

 
Bill Evans  Come Rain or Come Shine   Favoriting Portrait in Jazz  Riverside  1959  Evans, LaFaro, Motian 
Paul Motian Trio 2000 + Two  Olivia's Dream   Favoriting Live at the Village Vanguard, Vol 1.  Winter & Winter  2010  Greg Osby, Chris Potter, Masabumi Kikuchi, Larry Grenadier, Motian. 
Paul Motian Quintet  The Story of Maryam   Favoriting The Story of Maryam  Soul Note  1984   
Marilyn Crispell  Touching   Favoriting Nothing Ever Was, Anyway  ECM  1997  Crispell, Peacock, Motian do the music of Annette Peacock 

Music behind DJ:
Joel Harrison 

Conception Vessel   Favoriting

The Music of Paul Motian 

Sunnyside 

2011 

 
Miles Davis  He Loved Him Madly   Favoriting Get Up with It  Columbia  1974   


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Listener comments!

  12:01pm
Richard from Venezuela:

Greetings Jeffs.
  12:01pm
listener james from westwood:

good morning all! i've had this date marked on my calendar.
  12:02pm
Alf from Upstate:

Welcome back Destination Outers!
  12:03pm
Doug S.:

I've got my hankies handy.
  12:03pm
Jeff G:

Helloooooo!
  12:04pm
Jeff G:

Geez, listener james...no pressure!
  12:05pm
ASNB:

Hello. Have a good show.
  12:07pm
listener james from westwood:

believe me, non-wfmu new york radio (esp. after it's switched over to xmas music) will have one doing such things.
  12:07pm
Jeff G:

Thanks, ASNB. Good to have you here.
  12:10pm
jill:

hello kids. Can't seem to get y'all tuned in...the link that Mr. Drummer sent is broken for me, Any suggestions?
  12:10pm
seang:

is this a first? Irene just finished playing Yahllah
  12:10pm
miketp:

wonderful idea this music should be heard. the library is deeper than we think. entertain away the goombah of soul
  12:12pm
Richard from Venezuela:

@jill: http://wfmu.org/wfmu_drummer.pls . Through winamp works fine.
  12:15pm
jill:

Thanks, sounding great!
  12:15pm
Richard from Venezuela:

This bootleg sounds awesome.
  12:20pm
Doug S.:

Sorry Jill. You just can get good help these days. As if my famous hands-on management style isn't payment enough!
  12:23pm
jill:

forgiven, Drummer. Now get that intern to pick up some Trams for you and make them get extra spring rolls for Lincoln.
  12:25pm
Jeff G:

Coulda sworn Gilmore was on this track...Hrm.
  12:41pm
Jeff G:

Ack! Editing SNAFU!
  12:42pm
Jeff G:

Ah well. Let's all enjoy some Hans Reichel.
  12:58pm
Dervish:

Hans Reichel and Paul Motian are playing a wicked game of mumbledy-peg on a cloud somewhere.
  1:10pm
Alf from Upstate:

Winter & Winter is such a great label.
  1:11pm
Jeff G:

Yes, the W&W catalog is lousy with gems.
  1:19pm
Doug S.:

I love Ernst Reijseger's releases on W&W, especially. Schoolboy-crush kind of love.
  2:07pm
Felicia:

Evans, LaFaro, Motian = bliss.
  2:11pm
Jeff G:

Yup. Hard to top that combo.
  2:12pm
Brian in UK:

Hello brace of Jeffs. Good work. Going to see Pharoah next week. Did he ever play with Mr. Motian?
  2:15pm
Doug S.:

Brian, it's a gaggle of Jeffs.
  2:16pm
Listener 111821:

Sounds great over here in the Netherlands.
  2:16pm
Brian in UK:

Only three programmes in and you seem to have a significant appreciation of your audience. Tributes notwithstanding.
A giggle of Jeffs I would hope Sir Doug.
  2:16pm
Jeff G:

I think the zoologically correct term is actually a "mess."
  2:17pm
Jeff G:

Pharoah w Motian seems unlikely...not 100% sure.
  2:20pm
Doug S.:

From PM's bio at Drum Magazine:

"Motian’s schedule seemed only to grow busier through work with such leaders as Coleman Hawkins, Oscar Pettiford, Charles Lloyd, PHAROAH SANDERS, Charles Lloyd, Mose Allison. He even made an unusual appearance at the Woodstock festival backing up Arlo Guthrie, and famously turned down John Coltrane’s offer to become the second drummer in the saxophonist’s group – a decision he would later admit regretting."
  2:21pm
Jeff G:

All the Soul Note/Black Saint albums have been remastered and are available in a very affordable little box, btw: http://www.amazon.com/Complete-Remastered-Recordings-Paul-Motian/dp/B003PCL1AS/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1322508021&sr=8-2
  2:23pm
Brian in UK:

Thanks Doug. It is an inbred family this jazz circle.
How's about 'A Messian of Jeffs'.
  2:24pm
Jeff G:

Thanks, Doug S!

Also, some kind soul at Amazon has compiled, via their "listmania" thingy, a handy 7-part Motian discography. Part 1 is here: http://www.amazon.com/Paul-Motian-Discography-Part-1-1955-1963/lm/R1G6EYE27IUPRO/ref=cm_lm_byauthor_title_full
  2:28pm
Brian in UK:

PS Doug, Meg Baird next Monday at Cafe Oto where I saw Mike Cooper play a cupla years ago with Lol Coxhill. The drummer was tops though. All creativity.
Sorry Jeffs to cross talk.
  2:29pm
Doug S.:

Brain, cross talk is something one hears in church. Then again, with Destination Out...

Let us pray.
  2:35pm
Brian in UK:

Amen to that your holiness.
Am I getting older or are more people I know & love passing on these days?
  2:40pm
Jeff G:

@Brian: NO ONE DIES BETWEEN NOW AND THE END OF THE YEAR, please.
  2:45pm
Dankworth:

This era of Miles is so under-appreciated. Columbia record a bunch of this stuff and never released it till much later.
  2:52pm
pgw in mntclr:

had never heard this Miles tune before and now it is blowing my mind.
  2:55pm
listener james from westwood:

many thanks for the fine show. it'll be a long wait until boxing day.
  2:58pm
Jeff G:

Ahhh! Thanks listener james!

@pgw: the shortest 30-minute track we know. All/most of GET UP WITH IT's 2 CDs is pretty awesome.
  2:58pm
earwax:

Wonderful show!!!!
  2:59pm
Jeff G:

Teo Macero was into some weird weird shizz.
  3:00pm
Jeff G:

Thanks @earwax!
  3:02pm
Martha:

Enjoyed it immensely!
  3:03pm
Jeff G:

So happy to hear it, Martha! Thanks!
  5:36pm
dizzy101:

<3 Destination Out!
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