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Favoriting April 9, 2017: Spring Is Flourishing

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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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James Ilgenfritz  Four Moons of Pluto   Favoriting Origami Cosmos  Infrequent Seams  2017  (comp. Miya Masaoka)  0:05:33 (Pop-up)
Julius Hemphill  Dogon A.D.   Favoriting Dogon A.D.  Mbari  1972    0:18:06 (Pop-up)
Sarah Hennies  Flourish   Favoriting Flourish  Consumer Waste  2013  RE: 2017, via bandcamp  0:32:13 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Booker T. & The MGs 

Melting Pot   Favoriting

 

 

 

 

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Frank Sinatra  Spring Is Here   Favoriting Sings for Only the Lonely  Capitol  1958    0:55:46 (Pop-up)
Bill Evans  Spring Is Here   Favoriting Portrait in Jazz  Riverside  1959    0:59:52 (Pop-up)
Don Friedman  Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most   Favoriting Nite Lites  Fresh Sound  2015    1:04:56 (Pop-up)
Michael Bisio | Kirk Knuffke  I Want to Do to You What Spring Does to Cherry Trees   Favoriting Row for William O.  Relative Pitch  2016    1:12:03 (Pop-up)
Miles Davis & Gil Evans  Springsville   Favoriting Miles Ahead  Columbia  1957    1:18:21 (Pop-up)
Blossom Dearie  A Fine Spring Morning   Favoriting Blossom Dearie  Verve  1957    1:21:56 (Pop-up)
Joachim Badenhorst & Dan Peck  Springtime   Favoriting The Salt of Deformation  KLEIN  2015    1:24:53 (Pop-up)
Sun Ra  Opus in Springtime   Favoriting Sun Ra And His Arkestra At Inter-Media Arts April 1991  Modern Harmonic  2016    1:26:08 (Pop-up)
Mongo Santamaria  Spring Song   Favoriting Sofrito  Vaya  1976    1:30:47 (Pop-up)
The Go-Betweens  Spring Rain   Favoriting Liberty Belle and the Black Diamond Express  Big Time  1986    1:37:51 (Pop-up)
Jackie Mittoo  Spring Time   Favoriting Keep on Dancing  Coxsone  1969    1:40:52 (Pop-up)
Joe Giardullo 4tet  Spring Theory   Favoriting Now Is  Drimalla  2003    1:44:33 (Pop-up)
The Kinks  Where Did My Spring Go?   Favoriting         1:50:13 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Chaz Jankel 

To Woo Lady Kong   Favoriting

 

 

 

 

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Stax of Brax: A Weekly Celebration of Anthony Braxton
Anthony Braxton with Northwest Creative Orchestra  Composition No. 134   Favoriting Eugene (1989)  Black Saint  1991    1:59:53 (Pop-up)
Anthony Braxton & Georg Gräwe  Duet III   Favoriting Duo (Amsterdam) 1991  Okka Disk  1997    2:09:13 (Pop-up)
Anthony Braxton & John Lindberg  Composition No. 6A   Favoriting Six Duets (1982)  CECMA  1982    2:13:36 (Pop-up)
Anthony Braxton  Composition No. 24   Favoriting Two Compositions (Orchestra) 2005  New Braxton House  2013    2:20:11 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Mouse on Mars 

Fantastic Analysis   Favoriting

 

 

 

 

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The Microscopic Septet  Dark Blue   Favoriting Been Up So Long It Looks Like Down To Me: The Micros Play The Blues  Cuneiform Records  2017    2:40:10 (Pop-up)
The Lounge Lizards  Hair Street   Favoriting Big Heart - Live in Tokyo  Island  1986    2:46:18 (Pop-up)
Aretha Franklin  Today I Sing the Blues   Favoriting Soul '69  Atlantic  1969    2:51:25 (Pop-up)
Muddy Waters  Find Yourself Another Fool   Favoriting They Call Me Muddy Waters  Chess  1971    2:55:58 (Pop-up)
Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell  That's How it Is (Since You've Been Gone)   Favoriting You're All I Need  Tamla  1968    2:58:25 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Dudu Pukwana & Spear 

Flute Music   Favoriting

Flute Music 

Caroline 

1975 

 

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Listener comments!

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Scraps:

h'lo hey hey h'lo.
lying down, waiting,
anticipating. cheers.
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annie:

logged in and not loaded
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Jeff Golick:

Hi, @Scraps! Hello, @annie!
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Jeff Golick:

...scrambling this morning to get this thing off the ground...
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duke:

Hola D:O
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Jeff Golick:

Yo, @duke!
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Scraps:

here we go!
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fred:

Hello Jeff and people staying in to listen to D:O
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Jeff Golick:

Greetings, @fred!
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listener james from westwood:

Excellent Sunday to you all! I'm a zombie but I'm happy to lurch along to the beat this morning.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

D'oh! It's d:O !
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fred:

And belated but heartfelt thanks to @from Quebec for letting me know about the Horse Lords gig in Paris
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:07am
Jeff Golick:

Just follow Lurch, @listener james. He knows all the steps. Hiya.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:07am
Jeff Golick:

Hell:o, @Revolution Rabbit Nov63!
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Andrew Waterloo:

good morning
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Jeff Golick:

Oh, you went to that show, @fred?! How was?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:08am
Jeff Golick:

'mornin', @Andrew Waterloo! Also: moanin'.
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northguineahills:

That's a really tall desk you have, Jeff!
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Jeff Golick:

Ha, @ngh. The way I said that was pretty stilted.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:11am
fred:

@Jeff: pretty good, despite the subpar conditions. These guys are great. I'm lobbying my fave venue to have them, and told one of the band members who they should contact there
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

So knew right off this was a pretty recent track, cause we didn't always know... :
'The dwarf planet Pluto has five moons down to a detection limit of about 1 km in diameter. In order of distance from Pluto, they are Charon, Styx, Nix, Kerberos, and Hydra. Charon, the largest of the five moons, is mutually tidally locked with Pluto, and is massive enough that Pluto–Charon is sometimes considered a double dwarf planet.'
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Jeff Golick:

Way to build those bridges, @fred!
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doctorjazz:

Hey Jeff and Outboarders!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:15am
Jeff Golick:

Looks like John Allen played this song as performed by the composer herself on his show last year: wfmu.org...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:16am
Jeff Golick:

Hey hey: the @doctorjazz is in!
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fred:

@doctorjazz: welcome!
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Brian in UK:

Hello Jeff. Sunshine, Lollipops and Rainbows over here.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:20am
Jeff Golick:

Hello, Sunshine (aka @Brian in UK)!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:25am
JtotheK:

hi JeffG, hi everyone.
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doctorjazz:

Love this Hemphill (and Hemphill in general).
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:26am
Jeff Golick:

Hi there, @JtotheK!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:26am
fred:

Something I just read struck a chord with me: theawl.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:26am
JtotheK:

I'd heard of Hemphill and Dogon AD, but never actually /heard/ it. Enjoying - thanks for playing it!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:26am
Jeff Golick:

I could play this Hemphill every week, @doctorjazz. Was surprised it's been about three years.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Happy B-Day is circuitous for PhilSchaap... : m.facebook.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:30am
Jeff Golick:

My immense pleasure, @JtotheK. This record got a very nice CD reissue a few years back. Highly recommended. www.discogs.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:31am
Jeff Golick:

How could it be any other way, @Rev?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:32am
Jeff Golick:

@fred: thanks for the link. I tend not to read that feature, but that was good.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:32am
doctorjazz:

Happy Birthday Phil,. He's a bit long winded and hard to listen to these days, but I learned a lot about about Jazz from his trap shows.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...like a metrically minimalist PostRawk Mingus - w/ some Ornette in there...Man - Thx for all these flavors I'd simply never know otherwise...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:34am
Jeff Golick:

The Dogon A.D. record changed Tim Berne's life. He's spoken of its importance to him, and went on to study with Hemphill.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:35am
Jeff Golick:

You're gonna want to get comfy for this one (Hennies).
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fred:

This Sarsh Hennies piece is great so far, would make me comfy even at work
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...amazing how good the timbre even thru these computer speakers (they're a little better than average)...
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Dave in Vermont:

thanks for the read, @fred
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melinda:

hi folks
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doctorjazz:

@Fred, the other Birthday Boy! Glad you enjoyed the show. I think you have inspired me to get off my rump to get to some shows. Caught the Microscopic Septet last week (great show, Love those guys. Have a new album based on The Blues that I also really like). Last night, at the local Paper Mill Theater saw The Million Dollar Quartet, which was actually a lot of fun. And Friday plan to catch Dave Douglas in Philly. Maybe squeeze something else in there (but we're having a big family gathering on Tuesday for the Jewish holiday, which will keep me busy with preparations and stuff)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:42am
Jeff Golick:

Hi there, @melinda!

And I see @Dave in Vermont has chimed in! Hiya!
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Scraps:

This is vibraphone? Wow
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doctorjazz:

You can really great Hemphill in Berne's tone, and also in his comparing/arranging. Not at all a bad thing.
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northguineahills:

Sarah Hennies, new to me, and really vibes w/ me...
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northguineahills:

oh, happy bday lads!
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doctorjazz:

That is amazing, this is one most unpercussive percussion instrument playing I think I have heard.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:46am
melinda:

This sounds like Star Trek but more subtle.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:47am
Jeff Golick:

It's two vibraphones.
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listener james from westwood:

works swimmingly with proofreading!
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Jeff Golick:

Goes with the Reich piece @fred posted up at 9:26, too.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:49am
doctorjazz:

It does still have that vibes "shimmer",and the tonality...
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Scraps:

It's hard for me to concentrate on this, as most lowercase stuff. ADHD. But I'm trying!
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Dave in Vermont:

Jeff, you are now known as 'the dog guy' in my house.
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Scraps:

Flourish is a weird title, to me. Doesn't have flourishes! (That's a very mild criticism.)
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Scraps:

Oh, dear....
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doctorjazz:

I have Dogon AD on LP a an Arista Freedom 1028. nice that is available on CD now, it was hard to find for a while.
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Scraps:

Back to lying down, and very much listening. Cheers!
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doctorjazz:

With Discogs and digital sources, though, I suppose you can find most stuff now...
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Jeff Golick:

@Dave: ha. This dog will either kill me or improve my life immeasurably. It's made me very emotional.
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Jeff Golick:

I'll try to play music for horizontal listening, @Scraps.
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fred:

I wear a battered leather jacket and cowboy boots to noise shows, and I love Sinatra
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Brian in UK:

Bought this LP recently. Goes well with Cottage for Sale & In the Wee Small Hours.
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Jeff Golick:

I am a huge fan of the mid-to-late 1950s Sinatra run on Capitol.
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doctorjazz:

Back to plug... Been Up So Long Seems Like Down To Me, the new Microscopic Septet album, is much fun to listen to.
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doctorjazz:

Never quite "got" Sinatra, oh well. The Evans is great, though, he had chips in reserve he doesn't often show...
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doctorjazz:

Chops in reserve, that is...
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fred:

@doctojazz: Any clue about when Microscopic Septet might be playing in/near Paris? I'd go on your recommendation alone (unless it's as expensive as jazz tends to be over here)
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Jeff Golick:

I was aided in my Sinatra education by the WNYC dj Jonathan Schwartz, and also my wife.
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Brian in UK:

@doc never seen a pianist get his noddle so close to the keys as Bill Evans.
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Brian in UK:

Frank S had some great songs to pick from.
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Brian in UK:

S'funny the eighteen year old me is going 'Jeez you writing about Frank Sinatra'. Mind when I was growing up it was the toupee and cheesy gigs.
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doctorjazz:

My wife likes to listen to Jonathan as well, but all that Sinatra he plays has just gotten him to OK, but don't get why he's musically a big deal (Schwartz!s talking is also getting longer and longer, and the music he plays slower and slower)
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Jeff Golick:

Yes, @Brian, one has to be able to see past what Sinatra became.
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Brian in UK:

You have a band of Bill Evanss'. Idris Mohammed. Yusef Lateef (I know surname change soon after birth)
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from Quebec:

@fred @9:06 you're welcome! Glad to hear it was a good set; will try to catch them in Montreal in June.
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fred:

I guess I was lucky enough to grow up without Sinatra, so when I first heard him I didn't have the negative I would have got from endless play in vacation car trips
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Jeff Golick:

Hi there, @from Quebec.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...of a certain age that Frankie was the Enemy - a vocal Rawk Hater & the Vegas Culture & al this...got Hipper - said why not African-Americans getting all that cred & cash??...then we get more PostMod - & I read Miles learned from him (tho' Miles of course said many things...) - & then I heard some...Realized I always made fun of Crooners - because I like them - came to laff stayed to pray, as happens...Of course he's one of those you have to pick & choose the right period & stuff - not all his long output is equal...
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...& - farrrr from the sweety TonyBennett is, of course...
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Brian in UK:

As Jeff wrote the mid-Fifties with Riddle & Jenkins (Realtors) were tops. As someone once said at a gig 'If you are waiting for the happy songs, you better leave now'.
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doctorjazz:

As far as seeing the Micros, I don't think it's really possible these days, they don't do regular tours or gigs. They used to play regularly in the 80s and 90s, and I saw them many times then. One of the leaders/composers of the band Philip Johnston, moved to Australia, and the band broke up and didn't record or perform for many years. In the last few years, Johnston had been visiting the NY area once or twice a year, and they put on reunion concerts and record sometimes. Their first 3 albums are just fabulous (available as a CD box set "Seven Men in Neckties ", which is great stuff)
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fred:

@RRN63: Dedicated rebels learn from the established powers, and professional squares learn from the rebels
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Jeff Golick:

this Miles is 60! years old...
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Scraps:

Blossom Dearie!
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doctorjazz:

One dinner I did learn to appreciate from Jonathan Schwartz is Mel Torme... Hated him at one point, and he does some shtick I don't love, but he really had a jazz players chips and approach.
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doctorjazz:

Love Blossom Deary...
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doctorjazz:

Damn spell check... Singer is the word above, of course...
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Scraps:

Neckties is the first four Micro albums. It's awesome, yes!
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fred:

@doctorjazz: I'll have to listen to these records. It could be a fit for a Sonic Protest appearance if their stuff is weird enough. My influence is minimal though
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Definitive isn't she?
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doctorjazz:

cuneiformrecords.bandcamp.com...

Micros available as a digital download..
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Scraps:

I haven't been in New York in five + years, but Joel Forrester does a lot of playing, both with his quartet and piano solo. He's really good, really individual, and why he's hasn't got more famous I really don't know.
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doctorjazz:

Amazing how you can find some Sun Ra that fits almost any set...
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fred:

@doctorjazz: Thanks for the link. I'll try to drop the name, but really the coin of this land is live shows, so I don't think it will get anywhere
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doctorjazz:

@scraps, I agree on Forrester, got a recent album of his, "Furtive Sex"along with the new Micros album, haven't listened to it a ton but sounds really good.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Mongo S's 100th just passed...
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Jeff Golick:

This Mongo is veering a leeeetle too close to easy listening here...
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...wull - Lounge is this side of it...
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doctorjazz:

It's not easy being "out", To paraphrase Kermit...
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doctorjazz:

Speaking of being out, It's Ozzie Time!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:37am
Jeff Golick:

Get it, Ozzie!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...I wish there was a lot more good LoungeJazz in this world honestly - instead of crap music & sports screens...
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fred:

I haven't seen Joe McPhee in over a year. This is very wrong
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

SirRay.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:07am
doctorjazz:

Great track, this Braxton. Got the book (but haven't gotten to read it yet... Seems a bit intimidating)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:09am
Jeff Golick:

Which book?
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doctorjazz:

Forces in Motion.
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fred:

I love this Braxton secgment
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Jeff Golick:

FORCES IN MOTION - one of my favorite books of any kind. I too feared it on some level; this was completely misguided. IT IS DELIGHTFUL! And deep. Am actually trying to bring it back into print via my day job.
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Jeff Golick:

Thanks for that, @fred. I had been thinking it was something I've been sort of inflicting on people.
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Scraps:

fred: there is a april 2017 Joe McPhee album called "Seattle Symphony". That's all I know, but I'm excited!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:22am
Jeff Golick:

I too am now excited, @Scraps!
  11:22am
Dean:

"sort of inflicting on people": destination:Ouch
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:23am
Jeff Golick:

Exactly, @Dean. Hiya.
  11:24am
Dean:

But it's a good kind of pain.
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Jeff Golick:

McPhee is appearing at this year's Vision Festival, on Friday night, as part of his Dream Book project, in honor of Ornette and Dominic Duval.
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Brian in UK:

Jeff. Got to cut out, good week everyone.
Best with Mutley.
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doctorjazz:

Another vote in. Favor of the Braxton segment.
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Jeff Golick:

Thanks, @Brian, and same to you!
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Jeff Golick:

Thanks, @doctorjazz.
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fred:

Jeff, I liked his music but getting to dive deeper the way you do is priceless. I'm so grateful
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Scraps:

this is great
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Jeff Golick:

Oh, good. There is of course of selfish motive: how else am I going to be able to listen to much of his stuff, and so closely?
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Why not? What other Out stuff (which is after all what the Sign on the Door says) would you play ? How would this not be good enuff?
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doctorjazz:

True dat, it's just truth in advertising. And, while I also have some of this stuff in the record racks it's nice to focus on on it in depth (amazing how this stuff becomes less jarring over time...)
  11:39am
Dean:

It would be fun to hear multiple performances of the same composition from different times, different ensembles/performers. I wonder if I'd even recognize them as "same."
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doctorjazz:

Ahhh....
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Jeff Golick:

Yeah, I feel similarly, @Dean. I think that "6A" has been around a long while, could probably round up many perfs. The compositions often just provide the framework, rather then a set theme or head. I think. Probably not always.
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doctorjazz:

True, those symbols Braxton uses sometimes I think are a abstract guide, without much else in the music written out.
  11:47am
Dean:

The Ghost Trance Music at least invokes a recognizable style of sorts.
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fred:

No jazz act in my near future, but I'm going to see Gnod at last. I'll miss next week's show though, pretending to be a responsible uncle
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doctorjazz:

Thanks for the Micros, Jeff! (was I annoying enough?)
I was really a groupie of this band for a while-saw many of their performances in lower Manhattan, including one at Under Acme on a Sunday when a blizzard started. I was there with a friend, and 4 other folks (family, I expect), who left for the second set. I have a tendency to bop to the music at shows, and at one point the whole band was copying me from the bandstand. I've talked to them between sets since then, and they still remember me from that show...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:50am
doctorjazz:

Play dos bluze, Jeff G!
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doctorjazz:

Blues Forever, maybe?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:52am
Jeff Golick:

I thought of the Muhal, but fear I've played it too recently to re-up.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:53am
doctorjazz:

True, but it's great, OK with me if you put it on rotation in a while from now...
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...sing a bit, does she...
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doctorjazz:

And, who can complain if Aretha is next?
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doctorjazz:

Almost that time, great show, Jeff, have a nice week all!
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fred:

@doctorjazz: I had fun times with Schwervon that way
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:57am
doctorjazz:

A good show week to you, @Fred!
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Scraps:

I bop my head live, too. can't help it. i do it silently, at least.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:58am
doctorjazz:

(I had to Google Schwervon, check them out on Bandcamp...)
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Scraps:

oh, i missed the go-betweens. one of my ten fave rock bands, period
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Jeff Golick:

Kind of veered into end-of-Doug's-show territory here...
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doctorjazz:

I can't sit still if I love the music and it has rhythmic thurst, happens even at classical concerts (I annoy folks at times, not deliberately)
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fred:

@doctorjazz: sorry, probably not your thing
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doctorjazz:

Not quite the Soul set, @Jeff, it's fine.
@Fred-lots of stuff is my thing, I'll check it out.
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doctorjazz:

Any recommendations?
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listener james from westwood:

That's good territory to be in, Jeff. Thanks for all three hours!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- even these are unfamiliar trax ('cept the Muddy) - just great. Thx again JeffG !
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Scraps:

thank you jeff!
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Jeff Golick:

Thanks, one and all, for helping me through this! Bye!
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duke:

A little late with the comment, but I really enjoyed the show.
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