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Favoriting December 15, 2014: We Go to Soweto.

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments
Roscoe Mitchell  Tatas-Matoes   Favoriting Congliptious  Nessa  1968   

Music behind DJ:
Sun Ra 

The Perfect Man   Favoriting

The Singles 

Evidence 

1974/1998 

 
Cannonball Adderly  The Chocolate Nuisance   Favoriting Black Messiah  Capitol  1971   
Chris McGregor's Brotherhood of Breath  The Bride   Favoriting Brotherhood of Breath  Neon  1970   
Dyani / Temiz / Feza  Dear Africa   Favoriting Music for Xaba, Volume 2  Sonet  1979  recorded 1972 
Chris McGregor Septet  Up to Earth   Favoriting Up to Earth  Fledg'ling Records  2008  recorded 1969 
Dollar Brand  Tintiyana, First Part   Favoriting African Space Program  Enja  1974   
Dudu Pukwana  Blue Nick   Favoriting Black Horse  1201  2012  from "Black Lion vaults, early 1970s" 

Music behind DJ:
New Zion Trio 

Ina Sade Dub (Christian Castagno Dub)   Favoriting

 

 

 

 
Joe Malinga's Mandala  Umdrah   Favoriting Tears for the Children of Soweto  Canova  1980   
Joe Malinga's Mandala  African Mood   Favoriting Tears for the Children of Soweto  Canova  1980   
Joe Malinga's Mandala  Tears   Favoriting Tears for the Children of Soweto  Canova  1980   

Music behind DJ:
Booker T. & The MGs 

Melting Pot   Favoriting

 

 

 

 
Ran Blake  Vanguard   Favoriting Plays Solo Piano  ESP-Disk'  1965   
Ran Blake  Lost Highway   Favoriting Driftwoods  Tompkins Square  2009   
Ran Blake  Short Life of Barbara Monk   Favoriting Short Life of Barbara Monk  Black Saint  1987   
Thelonious Monk  Ruby, My Dear   Favoriting Thelonious Alone in San Francisco  Riverside  1959   
Ran Blake  Birmingham, U.S.A.   Favoriting Plays Solo Piano  ESP-Disk'  1965   
Ran Blake  Cancao do Sol   Favoriting Driftwoods  Tompkins Square  2009   
Thelonious Monk  Just A Gigolo   Favoriting Monk's Dream  Columbia  1963   
Ran Blake  Maple Leaf Rag   Favoriting Painted Rhythms: The Compleat Ran Blake, vol. 1  GM  1985   
Ran Blake  Sleepy Time Gal   Favoriting Plays Solo Piano  ESP-Disk'  1965   

Music behind DJ:
Dudu Pukwana & Spear 

Flute Music   Favoriting

Flute Music 

Caroline 

1975 

 


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Listener comments!

Avatar 11:58am
βrian:

Boo from Wisconsin.
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listener james from westwood:

Happy Monday morning or what-have-you to Jeff, Jeff, and all!
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Doug Schulkind:

For the record, this lovely David Murray track now playing is merely the pre-show intro to D:O! (The stream's DJTron 3000 knows exactly what it's doing!)
Avatar 12:03pm
βrian:

@James: How goes the wordsmithing?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:05pm
Jeff Golick:

We rolling! Hi hi hi!
Avatar 🦀 Swag For Life Member 12:08pm
listener james from westwood:

βrian: Starting a new editing project today, so still aligning my molecules to those of the authors to see the text through their eyes; thanks for asking!
Avatar 12:13pm
βrian:

Well, may the authors not be corporate or military types. I find their use of language graceless in the extreme.
Avatar 🦀 Swag For Life Member 12:17pm
listener james from westwood:

They're corporate. Lots of passive voice in need of a stern dose of adrenaline to make it active.
Avatar 🦀 Swag For Life Member 12:22pm
listener james from westwood:

They may also be Tolkien fans. While the professor used "dwarves" as a plural for his race of doughty hill and mountain folk, Walt Disney—the person being discussed in this section of the book—spelled it "dwarfs" in the title of "Snow White."
Avatar 12:27pm
Jeff J:

Hey Brian, Listener James, Doug - plus any dwarfs, dwarves, and what-have-you!
  12:27pm
Doug Schulkind:

That BoB record is one of my all-time most very favorite. (I know I sound like a broken record.)

GACK! Sorry I mentioned a broken record!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:30pm
the Canterbury wood-elf:

I think this is the first time I've heard Mongezi Feza outside the context of Robert Wyatt's "Rock Bottom". Great set so far, Jeff.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:33pm
Jeff Golick:

Great, @Canterbury wood-elf! You're getting more than your fill of Feza this set -- he's been on every cut except the first one.
Avatar 🦀 Swag For Life Member 12:34pm
listener james from westwood:

The authors also like "impact" as a verb. I predict this book will have more impacts than the surface of the Moon.

The former D&D player in me is happy that this thread now includes wood elves and dwarves. Bring on the hobbits!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:35pm
Jeff Golick:

@ljfw: my head would explode trying to edit something like that. Bless you and your forbearance.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:36pm
the Canterbury wood-elf:

I was always a druid back in my D&D days. No one else was ever a druid, and i can no longer recall my motives.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:37pm
Doug Schulkind:

My heart bursts with love and breaks with sorrow in the presence of dear Mongs' music.
Avatar 12:37pm
βrian:

One thing that rubs me the wrong way is the use of "reference" in place of "to refer to." To me they're distinct, but more important, it's inexplicably ugly.
Avatar 12:38pm
βrian:

Sounds like that music impacted you, Doug.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:38pm
Jeff Golick:

Recently watched a D&D-themed ep of the sitcom Community. Sweet, funny, and well-done, I thought.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:39pm
Jeff Golick:

I once wrote on the Destination: OUT site that if I could only listen to one kind of music for the rest of my life, I would be ok with South African jazz.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:40pm
the Canterbury wood-elf:

Chaotic neutral! (I think...)
  12:44pm
Dean:

The music referenced in these comments has been impacted by apartheid. Call that the passive aggressive voice.
Avatar 🦀 Swag For Life Member 12:44pm
listener james from westwood:

@Jeff: Yes indeed. Whenever folks still try to stigmatize roleplaying games as some fringe interest, I point them at that episode. (And I'm alarmingly inured to such corporate-ese. Like a grizzled navy corpsman popping a dislocated shoulder into place.)
@Canterbury: A well-played druid was always a joy in a gaming session.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:45pm
Jeff Golick:

@ljfw: "Cones of Dunshire" is another good reference point.
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Jeff Golick:

...to refer to.
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listener james from westwood:

OMG that "Parks" segment had me on damn floor. They actually attempted to make a real-life version of this batshit game at the big annual roleplaying & boardgaming convention this year: www.vulture.com...
Avatar 🦀 Swag For Life Member 12:49pm
listener james from westwood:

@Dean: Not to be confused with the past exonerative, which William Safire coined w/r/t the phrase, "Mistakes were made."
Avatar 12:50pm
βrian:

Hah. I was just thinking of that the other day. Torture somehow occurred.
Avatar 🦀 Swag For Life Member 12:52pm
listener james from westwood:

Procedures were vetted by Justice Department officials. (No self-dealing possible in that arrangement. Nope.)
Avatar 12:59pm
Jesse K:

afternoon Jeffs et all!
  1:01pm
Dean:

I have on my desk a worn, tattered slip of note paper on which is written, inter alia, "Cannonball Adderly Black Messiah." It's a record want list from about six months ago. Most of the material derives from WFMU programming. There's Bernie Worrell's Elevation, which I have yet to find. Also Flowers Corsano duo. I wonder if I should send this slip of paper to the North Pole.
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listener james from westwood:

How do, Jesse!
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Jeff Golick:

Heya, @Dean!
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Jeff Golick:

Jesseeeeeee!
Avatar 1:03pm
Jesse K:

Howdy James!
Avatar 1:05pm
βrian:

I must take that tuba line as my personal bed music. It will play for the rest of the day, from over my left shoulder, gently perplexing all who encounter me.
Avatar 1:07pm
Jesse K:

@Jeff, I was having a hard enough time focusing my energy on work tasks this morning, now trying to juggle thinking about vaults full of rare South African jazz is sending me over the edge. These flutes are lovely!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:09pm
Jeff Golick:

Pianist here listed as Johnny "Manhatten" Taylor, btw.
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Jeff Golick:

Leader Malinga plays alto & flute, and arranged, and sings.
Avatar 1:11pm
βrian:

My wife will be deeply jealous when I tell her I went to South Africa today.
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listener james from westwood:

Dean, I have a similar list, full of artists and song titles I heard on FMU in the pre-playlist-fave days, scrawled on a small Post-it that I really should scan or otherwise make more enduring.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:14pm
Doug Schulkind:

I have to run out. (Dammit.) Will devour the rest in archives. Thank you, Jeffs!
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Jeff Golick:

Doug Ran. And will miss Ran.
  1:17pm
Dean:

James, Yep. It'd be so much easier 1) to buy this stuff online, or 2) to create multiple synch'd digital copies of the list on some portable device to ease the burden of shopping in bricks 'n' mortar meat space. I see I have crossed out one title, a compilation of the recordings of Kippington Lodge. I used to keep a mostly classical recording want list in a notebook with v-e-r-y t-i-n-y lines, hundreds, if not thousands, of recordings culled from reviews in Fanfare magazine. It served its purpose well.
Avatar 1:19pm
Malcolm:

just tuned in... excited to see the SA jazz you've been playing. I'll have to listen back to the show. I've seen Louis Moholo Moholo play in London a few times over the past few years and have been blown away each time.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:31pm
Jeff Golick:

Howdy, @Malcolm! We left some Moholo-Moholo on the cutting room floor this time, alas. You see him with Alexander Hawkins?
Avatar 1:37pm
βrian:

This has a kind of noir fiction tinge to it.
Avatar 1:37pm
Malcolm:

It was great to hear the Malinga stuff... I'll have to track down the record. I missed him playing with Alexander Hawkins but I saw the Louis Moholo Moholo Octet at the vortex on two occasions, and recently saw him performing as part of the Dedication Orchestra during the London Jazz festival.
Avatar 🦀 Swag For Life Member 1:39pm
listener james from westwood:

For those keeping score, this book also has some comprise/compose issues. Though I admit I often need to double-check that one for my own writing.
  1:41pm
dave from toronto:

that monk is f'ing gorgeous!
  1:43pm
Dean:

And consist.
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Jeff Golick:

Heya, @dave from toronto! No argument here.
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listener james from westwood:

Aw, that ending theme is extra-cruel today for this program being so good. Smashing show, gents!
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Jeff Golick:

@ljfw: thanks, as ever, james!
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