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Favoriting January 8, 2017: Favorites of 2016, part one

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments Approx. start time
The Roscoe Mitchell Art Ensemble  Tatas-Matoes   Favoriting Congliptious  Nessa  1968     

Music behind DJ:
Sun Ra 

The Perfect Man   Favoriting

My Brother the Wind, Vol. I 

Saturn Research 

1970 

 

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Syrinx  Ibistix   Favoriting Tumblers From The Vault (1970-1972)  RVNG Intl  1970/2016    0:06:28 (Pop-up)
Anna Homler and Steve Moshier  Ŏŏ Nu Dah   Favoriting Breadwoman & Other Tales  RVNG Intl  1985/2016    0:14:04 (Pop-up)
Oren Ambarchi  Hubris (Part 2)   Favoriting Hubris  Editions Mego  2016    0:19:33 (Pop-up)
Andrew Cyrille Quartet  Song for Andrew No. 1   Favoriting The Declaration of Musical Independence  ECM  2016    0:22:09 (Pop-up)
Jeff Parker  Super Rick Kids   Favoriting Slight Freedom  eremite  2016    0:26:43 (Pop-up)
Bert Jansch & Martin Jenkins  Gold Finch   Favoriting Avocet  Earth  1978/2016    0:31:36 (Pop-up)
Rhys Chatham  Part Two   Favoriting Pythagorean Dream  Northern Spy  2016    0:34:26 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Booker T & the MG's 

Melting Pot   Favoriting

 

 

 

 

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Chris McGregor & The Castle Lager Big Band  Switch   Favoriting Jazz/The African Sound  Jazzman  1963/2016    0:57:43 (Pop-up)
Trevor Watts String Ensemble  Another Time   Favoriting Cynosure  Ogun  1978/2016  RE by Hi 4 Head Records  1:03:16 (Pop-up)
75 Dollar Bill  Cummins Falls   Favoriting Wood/Metal/Plastic Pattern/Rhythm/Rock  Thin Wrist Recordings  2016    1:15:42 (Pop-up)
Vivien Goldman  Her Story   Favoriting Resolutionary (Songs 1979-1982)  staubgold  1979/2016  w/ The Flying Lizards  1:20:18 (Pop-up)
Stirrup  Six Minutes to Montrose   Favoriting Cut  Clean Feed  2016    1:24:52 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Chaz Jankel 

To Woo Lady Kong   Favoriting

 

 

 

 

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Fire!  She Bid a Meaningless Farewell   Favoriting She Sleeps, She Sleeps  Rune Grammofon  2016    1:36:15 (Pop-up)
Colin Stetson  Sorrow II   Favoriting Sorrow: A Reimagining of Gorecki's 3rd Symphony  52Hz  2016    1:39:47 (Pop-up)
Defibrillator & Peter Brötzmann  Anthropozoophilia   Favoriting Conversations About Not Eating Meat  Border of Silence  2016    1:49:57 (Pop-up)
Battle Trance  Blade of Love I   Favoriting Blade of Love  NNA Tapes  2016    1:56:06 (Pop-up)
Nonoka Yoshida  Desert Island   Favoriting Lotus  Nonoya  2015  (* 2015, but in on a technicality)  2:10:58 (Pop-up)
The Westerlies  Songs My Mother Taught Me   Favoriting The Westerlies  Songlines  2016    2:18:24 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Mouse on Mars 

Fantastic Analysis   Favoriting

 

 

 

 

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Betty Harris  There's a Break in the Road   Favoriting Betty Harris: The Lost Queen of New Orleans Soul  Soul Jazz Records  2016    2:27:14 (Pop-up)
A Tribe Called Quest  Whateva Will Be   Favoriting We Got It from Here... Thank You 4 Your Service  Epic  2016    2:29:34 (Pop-up)
Yabby-U & The Prophets  Beware   Favoriting Beware Dub  Pressure Sounds  1978/2016    2:33:18 (Pop-up)
Woods  Sun City Creeps   Favoriting City Sun Eater in the River of Light  Woodsist  2016    2:36:03 (Pop-up)
Nicolas Jaar  No   Favoriting Sirens  Other People  2016    2:42:06 (Pop-up)
Beyoncé  Hold Up   Favoriting Lemonade  Parkwood/Columbia  2016    2:48:26 (Pop-up)
A Giant Dog  King Queen   Favoriting Pile  Merge  2016    2:52:03 (Pop-up)
Elza Soares  Luz Vermelha   Favoriting A Mulher Do Fim Do Mundo (The Woman at the End of the World)  Mais um Discos  2016    2:54:07 (Pop-up)
Širom  Vsak dan je jutri nov dan   Favoriting I.  Zarš  2016    2:58:37 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Dudu Pukwana & Spear 

Flute Music   Favoriting

Flute Music 

Caroline 

1975 

 

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Listener comments!

Avatar 8:24am
annie:

grateful for the email reminders, my radio listening habits are changing due to changing schedules. i'm here.!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:26am
Jeff Golick:

Aw, beautiful, @annie! I feel the same way about those emails...
Avatar 8:34am
annie:

i loved the movie, btw, "Sex and Broadcasting"... i felt iwas watching old friends (which you all are).
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:51am
Jeff Golick:

Oh yeah, that movie was great. I spotted Doug once or twice!!
Avatar 8:55am
annie:

i tried to mentally tag them all... love seeing the faces with the names. i did not see doug..
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:55am
Jeff Golick:

(non-speaking role)
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duke:

Good morning D:Oers.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:58am
Jeff Golick:

@duke! Good morning, sir.
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annie:

hey duke
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:03am
guy mauve:

Good shivery morning Outliers from West Toronto.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:08am
Jeff Golick:

Good morning, @guy mauve!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...I'm in w/ the OUT crowd, baby!...
  9:10am
Doug Schulkind:

Greetings from Triscuitville!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:11am
Jeff Golick:

Greetings, @Revolution Rabbit Nov63 & @Doug Schulkind!
  9:12am
Doug Schulkind:

I appeared exclusively in the archival footage of the oldtimers.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:13am
Jeff Golick:

It's great that all of that old footage survived.
  9:20am
Doug Schulkind:

It's great that many of the oldtimers have survived.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:21am
Jeff Golick:

Yes, that, too.
Avatar 🦀 9:27am
duke:

Andrew Cyrille: never saw another drummer who could produce such sounds with such little apparent movement. The guy is amazing.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:27am
Jeff Golick:

Was just thinking something similar, @duke. Really one of the great living musicians, period.
  9:28am
Doug Schulkind:

Gotta git back to twerk. Happy D:Oing!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:28am
Jeff Golick:

Not gonna get to it today, but Cyrille's duo with Bill McHenry from last year is also really good.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:29am
Jeff Golick:

Keep poppin', @Doug. Thanks for checking in/OUT!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:40am
doctorjazz:

hi all... Good music to stay warm under the covers to.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:41am
Jeff Golick:

Mornin', @doctorjazz!
Avatar 🦀 Swag For Life Member 9:42am
Brian in UK:

Hello Jeff & jazzers.

Just watched this, hope you can pick it up. Very moving. One year come Tuesday.
www.bbc.co.uk...
Avatar 🦀 Swag For Life Member 9:44am
Brian in UK:

Sex & Broadcasting. Alright for those in Region 1!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:45am
Jeff Golick:

Hello, and thanks, @Brian. I believe I can use my "Beeb" Chrome extension to watch that - thanks for the link. (I think Bowie will be in part two...)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:49am
doctorjazz:

Doesn't work on a phone, I'll try PC/Chrome later, thanks @Brian
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:03am
Jeff Golick:

Sort of a proto "Mra" on this McGregor...
Avatar 🦀 Swag For Life Member 10:10am
Andrew Waterloo:

good morning :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:12am
Jeff Golick:

Howdy, @Andrew Waterloo!
Avatar 10:21am
glenn:

it IS chilly in west toronto.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:22am
Jeff Golick:

Warm greetings, @glenn!
Avatar 🦀 Swag For Life Member 10:30am
Andrew Waterloo:

Yah.. It's sunny though. I do have to make a point of going somewhere.
Avatar 10:33am
annie:

king crimson fans: there will be a 2017 tour starting on the west coast and moving east; no schedule yet
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:39am
Jeff Golick:

Thanks for that, @annie. Whereabouts are you? NC?
Avatar 🦀 Swag For Life Member 10:40am
Andrew Waterloo:

wouldn't mind seeing KC again.
Avatar 10:42am
annie:

yeah, asheville. ramping the temps up 10 whopping degrees today to a blistering 20!
Avatar 10:43am
annie:

here is a link to the announcement: ultimateclassicrock.com...
Avatar 10:44am
doca:

Hey, Jeff G. and fellow listeners. Greetings from the sunny and warm Brazil
Avatar 10:44am
glenn:

the fountains in rome are freezing, apparently.
Avatar 10:44am
annie:

this piece of music is one of the most haunting and beautiful things i've ever heard.
Avatar 10:45am
annie:

just don't tell anyone what inspired it. the conversation drops to silence.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:47am
Jeff Golick:

Hello, @doca! Great to see you! Please keep discussions of warmth to a minimum, though.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:47am
Jeff Golick:

@annie: 20 in Ashville has got to be considered downright frigid?
Avatar 10:49am
doca:

@Jeff G: Haha yeah, I understand. Actually, I'm constantly googling "polar air mass" or looking the weather on Northern latitudes just to try to refresh myself.
Avatar 10:49am
annie:

yeah, jeff, rare, but it does happen. i imagine climate change might put an end to our mild winters for a while.
Avatar 🦀 Swag For Life Member 10:50am
Andrew Waterloo:

I just stopped looking at the weather. I use it enough to determine which jacket to wear.
Avatar 10:51am
annie:

i use the weather rock..
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:53am
Jeff Golick:

Googled around for more on Górecki's symphony. Whoa. I love the fervent responses from the classical community.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:55am
Jeff Golick:

"Heinz Koch, writing for Musica, said that the symphony 'drags through three old folk melodies (and nothing else) for an endless 55 minutes.' Górecki himself recalled that, at the premiere, he sat next to a "prominent French musician" (Górecki did not name names, though it was probably Pierre Boulez), who, after hearing the twenty-one repetitions of an A-major chord at the end of the symphony, loudly exclaimed 'Merde!'"
Avatar 10:56am
annie:

jeff, it is a piece you will never forget. when i first heard it i had the luck to catch it from the very beginning.. by the end i was close to tears. i had to look it up, and when i did i was ravaged with emotion, so intense
  11:06am
Dean:

I remember when Nonesuch released the CD in '92 that brought the piece to our attention. Yes. there was a lot of nose upturning at the time. I myself have been slow to appreciate it, but then when the Stetson piece started I thought, "Aaron Copland"? That opening phrase feels right out of Copland's score for "Our Town." I suspect some die-hard classical listeners poo-poo Copland, too, for his sometimes schmaltzy, programmatic, Hollywood-ized work. But I love it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:09am
Jeff Golick:

Hello, @Dean!

Some people, I suspect, like classical music for it's *lack* of emotion (as they experience it), and the faintest whiff of sentiment gives them the vapors.

Or maybe that was just a New Yorker cartoon I 'm mis-remembering.
Avatar 11:10am
annie:

wow, dean, '92!?? so long ago.. i played it in the store a lot, and i never tire of it. now it's wonderful to hear snippets.
  11:12am
Dean:

Well, the avant-garde crowd (Boulez being the icon) eschew emotion. (Just last night I was able to use "eschew" on a comment board, and now again. It has been a good weekend.) But I suspect it's the wrong kind of emotion, not manly enough. See Beethoven.
Avatar 11:14am
annie:

interesting you say that jeff, i find so much sentiment in most music. each piece is created from some deep thing. discovering that "source" through someone else's experience is deep and a compliment to the creator. i work hard to appreciate all music, some is easier than others.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:15am
Jeff Golick:

Well, you're clearly an exemplary listener, @annie. (As is anyone reading this comment, naturally.)
Avatar 🦀 Swag For Life Member 11:16am
Andrew Waterloo:

So, not schmaltzy sentimental emotion.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:16am
Jeff Golick:

This "Desert Island" is one woman, multi-tracked, btw.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:17am
Dave in Vermont:

It's lovely.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:17am
Jeff Golick:

@Andrew: yeah, that's a lot to parse.

@Dave in Vermont: hi! Yeah!
Avatar 11:18am
glenn:

hey, if i want schmaltzy, sentimental emotion, i'll listen to george jones. which i do.
  11:19am
Dean:

It's a pity Copland never worked with George Jones, that's for sure.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:20am
Jeff Golick:

...and now I just want to go eat at Sammy's Romanian.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:21am
Jeff Golick:

(sorry: Roumanian. Apparently.)
Avatar 11:23am
glenn:

we're all marie of roumania.
Avatar 🦀 Swag For Life Member 11:26am
Andrew Waterloo:

I saw them live a couple years go.
  11:26am
Dean:

Apologies for an excursus on Copland, but I just checked Jan Swafford's marvelous Vintage Guide to Classical Music on him. Lots of interesting points/coincidences. Copland was born in 1900 in...Brooklyn! Early in his career he incorporated jazz elements into his music. But, per Swafford, "By the 1930s Copland had established a solid reputation among the relatively few people who followed avant-garde music. But he began to be unhappy with his isolation from the mainstream. Stimulated by left-wing ideas that proliferated in America during the Deptression, he began to look for a style that would be closer to the people." And "Copland's most ambitious work for orchestra" was his...Third Symphony.
Avatar 🦀 Swag For Life Member 11:29am
Andrew Waterloo:

Wow, Betty Harris, wow.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:32am
Jeff Golick:

@Andrew: I know, right? That's the FIRST SONG on the comp.; how are we supposed to keep going after that?
Avatar 11:41am
northguineahills:

Dangit, missed Yabby You....
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:41am
Jeff Golick:

Sorry, @ngh! But hi all the same, @ngh!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:46am
Jeff Golick:

Here's your Beyonce trigger warning.
  11:48am
Dean:

Was thinking yesterday it'd be cool if a metal band covered "All the Single Ladies."
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:50am
Jeff Golick:

That would be cool.
Avatar 11:51am
glenn:

say, this beyonce dame ain't bad.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:51am
Jeff Golick:

The production on this record is absurdly good.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:52am
Jeff Golick:

And yeah, she's a talent.
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annie:

it was the first vocal i've ever heard of hers. a rose by any other name, i guess. if there are no labels, maybe we'll love more stuff, huh?
Avatar 11:57am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...an Andy Williams sample - & some young woman universally desired reciting easy rhymes about her romantic troubles...it hasn't hit me yet - but it's on the Best Of lists of everyone in existence - so I guess it likely will...
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glenn:

love a giant dog. bigly.
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glenn:

thanx, j.g. good schtuff.
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Jeff Golick:

Thanks, @glenn. And farewell to labels is my resolution for 2017, @annie.

Take care and thanks for being here, all!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:07pm
Jeff Golick:

Oh, also? RIP Nat Hentoff.
Avatar 🦀 Swag For Life Member 12:20pm
Brian in UK:

I got a copy of Lemonade out of the library (it was filed under L).
Good, but fifty eight writers for every song?

Nat Hentoff has been in my awareness since I can remember.
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