Favoriting The Long Rally with Scott McDowell: Playlist from December 7, 2012 Favoriting

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Drawing an endless knot. Improvised, international, American, old, abstract, other.

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Favoriting December 7, 2012

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Grachan Moncur III  Hipnosis   Favoriting Mosaic Select #1  Mosaic    0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Jack Rose  Levee   Favoriting Jack Rose  Tequila Sunrise    0:11:00 (Pop-up)
Jack Rose  Black Pearls   Favoriting Opium Musick  Eclipse    0:13:46 (Pop-up)
Jack Rose  Blessed be the Name of the Lord   Favoriting Raag Manifestos  Eclipse    0:21:01 (Pop-up)
Jack Rose  Calais to Dover   Favoriting Kensington Blues  Tequila Sunrise    0:28:01 (Pop-up)
Jack Rose  Blues for Percy Danforth   Favoriting Luck in the Valley  Thrill Jockey    0:43:06 (Pop-up)
Jack Rose  Hart Crane's Old Boyfriends   Favoriting Raag Manifestos  Eclipse    0:50:17 (Pop-up)
Jack Rose  Cross the North Fork   Favoriting The Black Dirt Sessions  Three Lobed Recordings    1:00:46 (Pop-up)
Thelonious Monk  Black and Tan Fantasy   Favoriting Thelonious Monk Plays Duke Ellington  OJC    1:14:28 (Pop-up)
Cecil Taylor Trio  Love for Sale   Favoriting Love for Sale  Blue Note    1:17:45 (Pop-up)
Eric Lanham  Handling Noise   Favoriting The Sincere Interruption  Spectrum Spools    1:25:59 (Pop-up)
Tony Caro & John  Sally Free and Easy   Favoriting Blue Clouds  Drag City    1:27:11 (Pop-up)
Dylan Shearer  Already, Alright   Favoriting Porch Puddles  Empty Cellar    1:31:07 (Pop-up)
John Coltrane  To Be   Favoriting Expression  Impulse!    1:43:20 (Pop-up)
Guy Reibel  Granulation 1   Favoriting Granulations-Silages / Franges du Signe  Recollections GRM    1:58:00 (Pop-up)
Oneida  A List of the Burning Mountains I   Favoriting A List of the Burning Mountains  Jagjaguwar / Brah    1:58:10 (Pop-up)
Decimus  Decimus 5 [Side A excerpt]   Favoriting Decimus 5      2:23:47 (Pop-up)
Source of Yellow Live on WFMU!
Source of Yellow  The Said   Favoriting Live on WFMU    Engineered by Ernie Inradat  2:24:25 (Pop-up)
Source of Yellow  So Long to Folk Dance Again   Favoriting Live on WFMU    Source of Yellow is Nawi Avila, Nick Hasty, and Peter Kerlin  2:29:52 (Pop-up)
Source of Yellow  The Metronome Freaks the Hearts of All Believers   Favoriting Live on WFMU      2:41:35 (Pop-up)
Source of Yellow  Maybe!   Favoriting Live on WFMU      2:43:06 (Pop-up)
Oneida  A List of the Burning Mountains (b)   Favoriting A List of the Burning Mountains  Jagjaguwar / Brah    3:00:08 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

  9:03am pierre:

Bonjour Scott and listeners.
  9:08am DCE:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:10am scott:

gooooood morning
  9:37am DCE:

go Jack!!
  9:40am Cecile:

good morning all!
RIP Jack. A life well lived.
  9:43am Chinchilla:

oh man what a way to wake up! Thanks Scott!
  9:44am Chinchilla:

and RIP J.R., definitely provided a lot of inspired nights for me
  9:53am Chinchilla:

Off to class and errands so I'll have to rewind the archive later.. Have a good morning everyone
  10:00am tim from champaign:

Cecile, have you been following the "right to work" hornswoggling going on in the Michigan legislature?
  10:23am Cecile:

no, but it's been on the table a whole lot.
I think it's a terrible idea.
Michigan's problems aren't because workers have good protections under the law.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:25am Ken:

Hi everybody~!
  10:27am DCE:

@ Cecile--I'll be thrilled if we don't end up under the feudal system again...seems like that's the way it's headed
  10:27am Cecile:

It's a lack of vision that started in the 60s with unions, management and government. They thought the auto golden goose was never gonna die, and boy were they wrong. And there was no plan B.
  10:28am Cecile:

I wish there was no need for unions. But there is.
I find it interesting that Wal-Mart and fast food are asking for representation.
  10:30am Cecile:

I have my issues with Minnesota, but there is a difference between a mining/colonizing mentality (Michigan) and a farming one (MInnesota). Michigan started as a farm state, but then they found timber and copper and iron and when that was gone, the companies left. The farmers may save Michigan in the end.
  10:31am Chris from DC:

Great version of "Sally" here.
  10:31am Cecile:

and the brewers!
  10:33am βrian:

How about playing Michigan, My Michigan at 25% speed? It's a dirge, these days.
  10:34am listener gary:

I moved to the West Village in 66 almost straight out of Kansas and I went right out and bought a T Monk recording so that I could get hip right away. Frankly I didn't know what to make of it. But I stayed with it and now 50 years later his work can make me stop everything I'm doing and just LISTEN to it. Great stuff! Thank you!
  10:34am tim from champaign:

Basically, a "right to work" initiative was passed through the house and senate in quick succession yesterday somewhat out of the blue. A good number of union protestors showed up at the capitol building and got booted out by police. I can't help but feel it's a good number of West Michigan weenie politicians giving the finger and the shaft to Detroit.
  10:38am tim from champaign:

Yeah, brewing is the only legit growth industry in Michigan. That's awesome. You can't go 3 feet in Michigan without tripping over a new Michigan brew. My friends started a 15,000 plant hop farm this year located between K-zoo and GR and it went swimmingly for them.
  10:39am Cecile:

Yeah, probably West Michigan and also the UP, too. It'll come back to bite them, though.
  10:40am Cecile:

listener gary, we have a MOR jazz station on our DirectTV, and we usually half listen, but when Monk or Mingus come on, they sound as fresh as ever, and we have to stop and listen.
  10:42am Cecile:

tim, that sounds great - hops are definitely a huge growth (no pun intended) industry. I remember Europe having a blight a few years back and hopsp rices going through the roof. Some home brewers I know started growing them in their backyard.
  10:43am βrian:

I have the sense that west Michigan is slowly coming of age. This ad, remarkably, didn't go over well even there: http://youtu.be/fh8yWcmUB1I
  10:45am βrian:

Hops will come back to bite you. Little love-bites in your ale.
  10:48am benk:

man this is flute is out
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:48am scott:

  10:54am benk:

honestly can't decide is this is good and free or just bad playing
  10:56am quinn:

  10:57am Happy:

Great setlist looking forward to the live performance
  10:58am pierre:

can't wait to discover (the) Source of Yellow !
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:01am Ken:

Tim - Dont forget medical weed growing - also an up and coming Michigan industry, along with brewing! Headed out to Mich for the Holidays.. gonna visit WCBN I hope.
  11:04am DCE:

nice Oneida. they do a little bit of everything.
  11:11am Cecile:

nice, Ken!
Let us know if youi do a show on 'CBN - I can actually catch it this year.
  11:11am βrian:

Is WCBN still buried in the basement of the SAB? Not very accommodating to the claustrophobic!
  11:12am DCE:

I can work all day to this.
  11:12am Cecile:

I loved it down there. It was my cave.
  11:15am βrian:

Cecile, did you cross paths with Lee W when you were there? Or Jim R? This was some time ago ...
  11:16am Mike East:

That Jack Rose that you played earlier was excellent. what I caught of it, anyway. I certainly must check out his catalogue.
  11:16am G:

I have relatives by marriage working in medical marij. on the west coast. The feds still harrass them. I guess the ultimate fix is that voters have to figure out how to start voting for actual freedom, not for image.
  11:17am listener gary:

just thought I'd let you know...I never miss this program. Nice!!
  11:18am G:

For the uninitiated, "SAB" means the Student Activites Building on the main drag at U of Michigan. I remember it all too well!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:19am Ken:

Ah yes, I too have fond memories of that dank little CBN complex at the SAB.
  11:19am Cecile:

I don't think so. I left Ann Arbor and WCBN in 1987
  11:20am βrian:

Just off the main drag, actually. Behind the "Salmon Loaf."
  11:21am G:

it was definitely in dragsville !

i loved the view from the windows.
  11:22am βrian:

1982-83 is what I'm thinking of. Friday Night Fish Fry. Can't remember the others, except for Arwulf's show.
  11:24am pierre:

(there it starts…)
  11:24am G:

now we're getting it straight from the Source
  11:25am Cecile:

Oh, OK. I remember that. I think they went and I came in. I listened for a couple of years before I started.
  11:28am Kiefer:

Source of Yellow sounding awesome right now.
  11:29am Manolo:

My God! this song is amazing! (the said)
  11:31am paula pc:

sounds really really wonderful -- like a huge lily pond with a lot of bass
  11:36am Kiefer:

Oh, man, I love the weird accents on this tune.
  11:39am Nathan:

These guys sound a lot like Gnod which is a very good thing.
  11:40am quinn:

SO SAXUAL!!!!!!!!!
  11:40am pierre:

I'm agreeing massively with all that is said on the Source of Yellow right now !!

GO !
  11:44am DCE:

agree agree agree, Source of Yellow may be my new favorite band!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:46am scott:

SAXUAL again just fyi.
  11:57am DCE:

have a good one, Scott. great show today!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:59am scott:

Thanks DCE as always!
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