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Three hours of adventurous jazz drawing on the Destination: Out archives and other planes of there.

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments Images
The Roscoe Mitchell Art Ensemble  Tatas-Matoes   Favoriting Congliptious  Nessa  1968   
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Music behind DJ:
Sun Ra 

The Perfect Man   Favoriting

My Brother The Wind, Vol. I 

Saturn Research 

1970 

 

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John Coltrane  Body and Soul   Favoriting Coltrane's Sound  Atlantic  1960/1964   
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John Coltrane  Lonnie's Lament   Favoriting Crescent  Impulse!  1964     
John Coltrane  The Father and the Son and the Holy Ghost   Favoriting Meditations  Impulse!  1965   
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John Coltrane  Naima   Favoriting Offering: Live at Temple University  Impulse!  1967/2014   
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John Coltrane  Expression   Favoriting Expression  Impluse!  1967   
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Music behind DJ:
Natural Food 

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William Parker  Sunrise in East Harlem   Favoriting Meditation / Resurrection  AUM Fidelity  2017   
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Susie Ibarra  Fractal 3   Favoriting Flower After Flower  Tzadik  2000  Cooper Moore, piano. 
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Ned Rothenberg & Hamid Drake  Amazing Grace   Favoriting Full Circle: Live in Łódź 2016  Fundacja Słuchaj!  2017   
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Kevin Norton  Staten Island   Favoriting Breakfast of Champignon(s)  [self released]  2017   
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Steve Beresford  A Unique Haircut   Favoriting Hesistantly Pleasant  Iluso  2017   
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Lean Left  Cardiac Impression   Favoriting I Forgot to Breathe  Trost  2017   
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Fred Van Hove & Cel Overberghe  6 x 1   Favoriting WIth Strings – Met Strijkers - Avec Cordes  Kamikaze  1977   
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Music behind DJ:
Booker T. & the MGs 

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Teenage Fanclub  Eternal Light   Favoriting A Catholic Education  Matador  1990   
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Lyres  Not Looking Back   Favoriting Lyres Lyres  Ace of Hearts  1986   
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Creedence Clearwater Revival  Ninety-Nine and a Half   Favoriting Creedence Clearwater Revival  Fantasy  1968   
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Scruffy the Cat  Mybabyshe'salright   Favoriting Tiny Days  Relativity  1987   
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Roxy Music  Mother of Pearl   Favoriting Stranded  Island  1973   
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Lee Morgan  The Rumproller   Favoriting The Rumproller  Blue Note  1965   
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Patti Smith  Redondo Beach   Favoriting Horses  Arista  1975   
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Sleater Kinney  Off with Your Head   Favoriting Off With Your Head b/w Lions and Tigers  Kill Rock Stars  2002   
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Superchunk  Slack Motherfucker   Favoriting Slack Motherfucker 7"  Merge  1990   
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Sloan  Losing California   Favoriting Between the Bridges  Murderecords  1999   
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Frank Wright / Georges Arvanitas  Reverend Blues   Favoriting Shouting the Blues  Sun  1977   
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Pharoah Sanders  Memories of Lee Morgan   Favoriting Village of the Pharoahs  Impulse!  1972   
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Frank Wright Sextet  Export   Favoriting Stove Man, Love Is the Word  Sandra Music Productions  1979   
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Music behind DJ:
Dudu Pukwana & Spear 

Flute Music   Favoriting

Flute Music 

Carolilne 

1975 

 

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Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:02am
fred:

Good morning Jeff and listeners
Avatar 🦀 Swag For Life Member 9:02am
listener james from westwood:

Happy Sunday, Jeff and all!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:03am
Jeff Golick:

Good morning (afternoon?) to you, @fred, and happy Sunday to you, @listener james!
Avatar 9:08am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Home is where the Coltrane is.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:10am
Jeff Golick:

If we're lucky, @Revolution Rabbit! Welcome.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:11am
Stanley:

Hi Jeff and friends.
We trust each other, like family
I love my WFMU family and on the Drummer Stream it feels like close family.
Is there a blood type FMU+?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:12am
Jeff Golick:

Lovely, @Stanley. I do believe we are all suitable donors.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:14am
Stanley:

This Coltrane is perfect on this warm, peaceful Sunday afternoon
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:17am
Jeff Golick:

McCoy Tyner just played a festival up the Hudson River from NYC...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:22am
Stanley:

From the Coltrane doc, I gather that a lot took place in Philadelphia. If I ever get over to the US, would it be worth a visit for this reason?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:25am
Jeff Golick:

Hmm...I really don't know the answer to that question. I know they've been working to turn his home into a museum, but not sure where they are with it: www.johncoltranehouse.org
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:29am
fred:

@Stanley: doctorjazz, who's often on the comment boards, should be able to give you tips
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:32am
Stanley:

Thanks Fred and Jeff. Good idea.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:34am
Stanley:

Digging what must be the Holy Ghost bit.
It's pretty far out, to say the least.
Avatar 🦀 Swag For Life Member 9:34am
Uncle Michael:

We're getting closer to our Destination.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:35am
Jeff Golick:

Juuuuuuuuuust about there, yes. Hello, @Uncle Michael. If this is Sunday, you must be in...?
Avatar 9:36am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

That's an interesting thing. Trane came out of Philly, which was deffo a scene - I think as a kind of halfway point between the South & North for many? He was born in NorthCarolina I believe - from a long line of Preachers & such. Was in the Navy in Hawaii I think... But like Hendrix, not an Artist I associate w/ a single specific locale, really - out of my ignorance or otherwise. Hm. NYC for everybody I guess...
Avatar 🦀 Swag For Life Member 9:37am
Uncle Michael:

...Omaha.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:38am
Jeff Golick:

Oh! Maha! Nice.

Nice?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:40am
Jeff Golick:

Are there artists (in any genre) who changed their overall conception as much as Trane (and I guess Miles) over the course of a career? To the point of alienating earlier fans? I guess Picasso...Dylan...
Avatar 🦀 9:41am
duke:

Hello D:O
  9:41am
Dean:

Scott Walker?
  9:43am
Dean:

Ezra Pound? (Some alienation due to reasons outside the purely literary.)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:43am
Jeff Golick:

Yeah, that's a good one, @Dean. Hi, @Dean!

Greetings, @duke!
Avatar 9:47am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Maybe that was an era when people got around much more & distinct cities & coasts began to lose their distinct & even opposed natures...
TheBeatles & Lennon embodied restless evolution - but were of course the most popular thing ever also...Trane prefigured PsychedelicRawk pretty directly - a straight line to the bYRdS & then everyone, for instance...the connection to RaviShankar is almost circular amongst those - & then Olatunji - prefigures 'World Music' directly... Anyhow - yes, those are the Artists who represent that, I think. I sometimes compare Lennon & Malcolm X in political/spiritual/public evolution... John Coltrane was distinctly on a Quest, & determined to Manifest what he found in his actual life & work...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:47am
fred:

Metallica? Though I guess you mean changed in a good way...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:48am
coelacanth∅:

good morning Jeff and OUTies
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:49am
Jeff Golick:

Ha, "good way" is totally subjective, I guess, @fred.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:50am
Jeff Golick:

Hiya, @coelacanth∅!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:51am
Jeff Golick:

And, yeah, @RRN63, I guess the Beatles are in some way Exhibit A, although they somehow brought everyone along for the ride.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...Dylan became widely known 1st as a 'protest singer' - & Coltrane stood firmly @ the crossroads of Jazz's changes from the start ('will he find himself', 'where is he going??') - & the Critics there were having a field day being Critics about all that...Does anyone bother to Critique Jazz anymore?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:55am
Jeff Golick:

Do people quest anymore?
Avatar 🦀 9:55am
duke:

Expression was the first Trane record I bought. It totally blew my poor teenage mind.
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glenn:

what like, destinators?
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Right. Maybe now on DMT.
Trane made it explicit he was out to musically explore to the max & find himself.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:57am
Jeff Golick:

@duke: that's a tough entry point!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:57am
fred:

I think Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker's move away from a mostly female company where dancers personalities were a big part of her work qualifies.
I don't know if it's eligible as art, but Wittgenstein moving from the Tractatus to Philosophical Investigations is jarring though I think it's more coherent than what the hype says
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:58am
Jeff Golick:

Likin' that you're here, @glenn. Howdy.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

There were Existentialists & Beats & Expressionists...& then - the 60s.
  10:00am
Doug Schulkind:

50 years without Coltrane. 50 million years with Coltrane.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...but it wasn't PostModernism yet. People still thot it Mattered.
  10:01am
Dean:

Cage, but perhaps he alienated everybody from the get-go. Wittgenstein is a great example, @fred.

Zorn?
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Like losing Hendrix for Rawk. Where the hell do we go now - ?!
  10:06am
Dean:

Dennis Miller? Bill Maher? Real questers, those guys.
  10:07am
Dean:

And of course Dr. Seuss.
Avatar 🦀 Swag For Life Member 10:07am
Uncle Michael:

Omaha is nice. Humid. Fun, family reunion.
  10:09am
Dean:

Repetition, too, is a quest. See, e.g., Mark E Smith.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:09am
doctorjazz:

Slept in, just getting on the Trane, hi all! Off with Ozzie...
  10:12am
Dean:

Bach's ouevre exhibits quest-like ambitions, albeit not along a chronological trajectory.

That sentence is either exactly right or complete bullshit.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

MEs influenced by Iggy, who asserted, 'our tastes were sophisticated - & our skills primitive.' As John Peel said: 'TheFall - always different - always the same.'
  10:14am
Dean:

Bartok's and Beethoven's string quartets...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:14am
Jeff Golick:

Hi, @doctorjazz. There was a Philly question for you up the thread a ways, if you get a mo...
  10:16am
Dean:

Virginia Woolf
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:16am
Jeff Golick:

Wait! @Doug! Forgot to say hi to @Doug!

Hi, @Doug. Hope you are doing ok.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:17am
Jeff Golick:

Woolf makes me think of James Joyce. Is it a modernism thing?
Avatar 10:18am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

I've heard Bach was actually considered a tad old-fashioned in his own time - tho' his skill & productivity had to have been respected...maybe his writing for all instruments & ensembles is an example - tho' I'm punching far above my weight now... Beethoven said to be transitional from old-stylee Patronage to Moderne 'pay me I'm a famous Artiste' era - w/ new approaches to Tonality. Ignorant of how much transition is in evidence over his output... Kerouac going from aping TomWolfe to writing one long uninterrupted Road of scrolled paper spontaneously on a speed jag in a comparable era...& really Joyce is before him.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:20am
fred:

I have a hard time putting Woolf and Joyce in a same category, though I love both
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:20am
Stanley:

Lovely piece, this.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Yes it is.
...& Kerouac had no one to alienate yet...tho' the relation to Jazz couldn't be more overt.
  10:23am
Dean:

That seems right, @Jeff G., but I am of the mind that we have always been modernist., contra Latour (whose work on the topic I have not read, but why should that stop me from spouting an opinion?).

You can hear in Bach that he wrote music for a living, no question. But then in addition to a cantata or two every week there are these sublimely tiny works he compiled for exercises and the cornucopia that is (are?) the Goldberg Variations.
Avatar 10:24am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Bach wrote for a Living - & for Gawd - just like Coltrane or BrianWilson.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:25am
fred:

I'm a bit puzzled by the current trend to bash David Foster Wallace as a symbol of out-of-touch elites at best, trumpism at worst. That's kind of a big switch too
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:27am
Jeff Golick:

Now that's something I haven't seen/heard yet, @fred. Where have you spotted this?
  10:28am
Dean:

Maybe a stretch, but Sondheim?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:28am
doctorjazz:

Love this ibarra piece (still catching up on comments... Reading while walking ozzie... Lots of comments today, mostly above my cultural pay grade...). Post more soon...
Avatar 🦀 Swag For Life Member 10:31am
Uncle Michael:

Heading out. Everyone have a great day. Thanks for the music, Jeff.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:33am
fred:

Several times in places like The Baffler, most recently about the now infamous Brooks "sandwich" piece ("To feel at home in opportunity-rich areas, you’ve got to [...] possess the right attitudes about David Foster Wallace") and the Outline ("Applebee’s America, or whatever we’re calling it now, is entirely content to remain unfamiliar with artisanal bistros and David Foster Wallace"). This makes no sense to me
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:34am
Jeff Golick:

Thanks for checking in, @UM! Have a blast with the extended fam.
  10:35am
Dean:

Brooks is a dimwit. If anybody spends his piddling career purveying "right attitudes," it's Brooks.
Avatar 🦀 Swag For Life Member 10:35am
listener james from westwood:

The inherent risk is in using David Brooks as a lens for reality, or indeed for anything other than being an outwardly genteel wielder of many dog whistles.
  10:37am
Dean:

Yeah, what @ljfw said!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:37am
Jeff Golick:

(What @Dean and @lfjw said.)
Avatar 🦀 Swag For Life Member 10:37am
listener james from westwood:

It's hilarious when they have Brooks and E.J. Dionne on together on NPR. Dionne you can imagine actually living in the real world that Brooks only carefully probes with tongs and a wince.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:37am
fred:

Well put, James, but how the fuck did DFW turn into a dog whistle?
Avatar 10:38am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Oh Gawsh - there's a Capitalist Oligarchy that has systematically dismantled all Human Value? & people are reacting to it? I hadn't noticed...
  10:39am
Dean:

Infinite Jest runs more than 1000 pages, that's how.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...because the Free Market enabled my three-piece suit...
Avatar 🦀 Swag For Life Member 10:41am
listener james from westwood:

Some folks use DFW as an easy trope for something that makes them uncomfortable, is the closest I can guess. One could likely swap a lot of things in for DFW depending on who's looking to turn the crank on the outrage siren.

But there I go summing up social media again.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:41am
Jeff Golick:

If anything, @fred, I can surmise that Brooks is making DFW out to be a dog whistle for the Left ("Left"), in that, if you don't have the "right attitude" about his work (i.e., that it's genius, I guess), you are an outcast. But that's just a wildly uniformed guess.
Avatar 10:41am
glenn:

i'm all for people making a profit, the question is - how much? i hate the unabashed greed of pretty much every right wing dickwad on the planet.
Avatar 🦀 Swag For Life Member 10:41am
listener james from westwood:

(Okay, I overstate on the social media count. I see some people there I know and trust more often than some folks I know IRL. But you get my drift.)
Avatar 🦀 Swag For Life Member 10:44am
listener james from westwood:

Greed, or generally, self-interest expressed maliciously, is not a trait exclusive to the declared or presumed right wing, is where I'd start.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

I'd like to admire Brooks as a thotful person who knows some facts & history - but how can you & be that blind...not that I didn't believe every poll in the universe myself on election day...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:45am
Jeff Golick:

It's the greed, married with an unshakable conviction that the money is almost morally deserved, that really gets to me.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:45am
fred:

@Dean: but Infinite Jest doesn't require a lit degree to read, if anything, getting through it should grant you one, but doesn't
  10:45am
Dean:

Right wing dickwads gotta pay bills, too. (File Right Wing Dickwads under possible band names.)

I'm not even sure I understand what self-interest means. Short term? Long term? Taking account of externalities?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:47am
fred:

To sycophants, self-interest isn't even selfish, it's their best bet as to what their lords will enjoy
  10:48am
Dean:

I don't imagine any great literature requires a degree to read, @fred. As you point out, it should work in the opposite direction.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

You give Money free reign - & Democracy & Freedom go the highest bidder. & have. Chomsky's right - consent is manufactured.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:50am
Jeff Golick:

Can someone please make a fart joke or something?
Avatar 🦀 Swag For Life Member 10:51am
listener james from westwood:

Q. Where do dental professionals go to find a date?
A. OK Cuspid.
  10:51am
Dean:

Invoking David Brooks *is* a fart joke.
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glenn:

if a capitalist farts in a room...
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glenn:

and john kenneth galbraith said it best, in my opinion - The modern conservative is engaged in one of man's oldest exercises in moral philosophy; that is, the search for a superior moral justification for selfishness.
Read more at: www.brainyquote.com...
  10:54am
Dean:

Gross domestic product?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:55am
fred:

Looks like soundcloud is close to folding: techcrunch.com...
Get your stuff out of there while you can
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...but we can Monetize farts...install methane meters & make it just another Company policy...do you want this job or not?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:02am
fred:

@RevRab: as long as I don't have to personally estimate the sulfur content, it's a job, so why not take it? You know, I have a station to contribute to
  11:02am
Dean:

Farts want to be free.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:04am
fred:

Looks like we got into the freeform Jeff section. My favorite part of the show
  11:04am
Dean:

I think Queens of the Stone Age copped a riff from this song.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:07am
fred:

And that's because I have no idea what's coming next, except that it will be good
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:08am
Jeff Golick:

You and me both, @fred.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:09am
doctorjazz:

As for Philly, I like going there occasionally to hear music with a friend who lives there, Less expensive than NYC, pressed hassle, but there's nowhere near as much there in Jazz or 'new music- as they're is in NYC, and I haven't gone to Trane's house, but it seems it would be a short distraction, then what (haven't been to Satch-s house either, seems more of interest goes on there). They're are some people bringing new music back to Philly, Ars Nova, the club Johnny Brenda's, but I think more goes on in -Hip Brooklyn-in a week than goes on all year in Philly. As per David Weinstein's Wednesday show. If one is around t this October, though, there is a festival, The October Revolution in Philly, that I hope I can get to, great line up.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:10am
doctorjazz:

(that was a lot to post on a phone, Ozzie is being very patient)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:11am
doctorjazz:

Fun set, rifftastic!
Avatar 🦀 Swag For Life Member 11:12am
listener james from westwood:

Pertinent to DFW and to Federer just winning Wimbledon: DFW on RF. mobile.nytimes.com...
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glenn:

monetizing farts, huh? www.youtube.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:14am
Jeff Golick:

Go, Fed. Was pulling for Venus yesterday...
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Stanley:

Life's inner meaning...and my latest fling.
Brilliant.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

I am not as fluent in early Roxy as should be.
  11:17am
Dean:

DFW on RF deploys the facile analogy I will never get and, therefore, will always deny: "Beauty is not the goal of competitive sports, but high-level sports are a prime venue for the expression of human beauty."
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Geez. LeeMorgan. Is this one of those BlueNotes played Live to like two microphones w/ basically no mixing?
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fred:

This Lee Morgan is something
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...I'm sure not really that spartan - just - Geez.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:26am
Jeff Golick:

Sounding thin, you mean, @RRN63?
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

No! Sounding definitive w/ only basic means.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:28am
doctorjazz:

I do think that was the way jazz (and much other recording) was done in the early 60's. I think it sounds GREAT!
  11:28am
Dean:

And still today c/o Marc Rusch at CIMP.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:30am
fred:

Patti!
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coelacanth∅:

well, you made me get up - to crank this up!
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northguineahills:

A little late to the party, but does anyone knows what happened to Susie Ibarra? She was one of the most amazing percussionists, and then she dropped off the radar. The last I heard, she was in Houston.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:33am
fred:

SK!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:34am
doctorjazz:

OK, concert links:
fringearts.com...
(look at that line up, WOW)
In NYC, coming soon....

www.citywinery.com...
(love anything Bernstein is involved with, great additions, been getting much into Nels Cline recently).

And, for a not too expensive headphone (the audiophile geek in me coming out).
www.massdrop.com...

just used these for dog walk, nice wood outside, nice sounding inside, list for about $200 but have seen them in the $125-150 range).
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:35am
coelacanth∅:

and This!

ngh, i didn't know; i figured i just wasn't paying attention.
i especially love her work with David Ware.
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northguineahills:

Haven't heard that Sleater Kinney in ages!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:36am
fred:

I'm actually wearing a SK T-shirt with a cat in front and the band name in the back
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:36am
doctorjazz:

OK, gotta get ready for family barbecue in Long Island (the drive, yuck), thanks for the fine tunes, great week all!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Thx fpr headphone tip (tho' won't open on my old Mac).
- Fun stuff!
  11:38am
Dean:

Can't resist the audiophile bait. A buddy of mine finally acquired a pair of speakers after a few years without, during which he listened exclusively through 'phones and 'buds. He spent the first few days listening to a couple dozen records through the speakers, and then admitted that he has been "irresponsible" to the music these past few years.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:38am
Jeff Golick:

Bye, @doctorjazz! Thanks for the links and comments!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:42am
doctorjazz:

Have a good speaker based system, Audiiophile approved, but it's in the living room need to move stuff, my music choices disturb my family, use headphones much more these days...
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Always headphones for walking anywhere. Important!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:44am
doctorjazz:

That link was for the Thinksound On2, which happens to be on sale at Massdrop right now, but they do go on sale periodically
  11:44am
Dean:

Your problem, @doctorjazz, is the concept of "choices." Eliminate it and your family will relent.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:44am
doctorjazz:

Eliminated my family?...
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northguineahills:

Thanks for the Superchunk and Sloan!

Once I move into my new place, I can finally listen to music on a proper hi-fi soundsystem.

I never walk w/ hedfons, I have music playing in my head anyways (and I'm so absent-minded, I'd be liable to walk in front of a ca).
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:45am
doctorjazz:

(looked like the kids were doing that, but they keep coming back...)
  11:45am
Dean:

They'll soon recognize that the music over the system is an unavoidable cost of living, like utility bills.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Probab. more rural here - but ya gotta pay attention.
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doctorjazz:

Who do you think is covering the utility bills...?
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northguineahills:

I signed my lease, and I can bike to work in the winter, it's only a little over 5km. (I'd need a shower in the summer, it usually 34 C by 9am.)
  11:47am
Dean:

The person who should call the tune?
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coelacanth∅:

sometimes it's as important to me to feel the music. if i turned headphones up enough to do that i'd have a constant headache!
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doctorjazz:

I'm a wimp, what can I tell you. And, I actually do like using cans...
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fred:

@NGH: So this is real for real?
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Jeff Golick:

Hi, @ngh! Congrats on the lease-signing. That's a big day.
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Dean:

I'm not entirely paternalistic/patriarchal, but having become a family man late-ish in life, I'm habituated to a playlist of my own devising. It's one of the few sacrifices I can't or won't make. I get the attraction to 'phones, but I've never found them comfortable, and the reorientation of the source of the music from outside the skull to inside disturbs me.
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coelacanth∅:

for me it's also that i'm usually doing other things while i listen to music, so i just want to fill the apartment with sound.
...it's enough of a priority to me that i've stated this in my craigslist ad for a housemate - that they need to be down with that.
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northguineahills:

@Fred: Yes, I move in Aug 5th, and start work Aug 8th.
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northguineahills:

I somehow never picked up Village of the Pharoahs.
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coelacanth∅:

congratulations ngh!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Hell - I listen w/ phones @ Werk - already a loud environment these days.
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doctorjazz:

Congrate NGH!
(@Dean-there's an audiophile subculture centered around headphones, lots of great stuff out there...)
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fred:

This Frank Wright track is worth turning the volume up some
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northguineahills:

The day before I left NYC, I sat on my turtle shell headphones. They still work, I just need to piece them together. Good pair, they have 4m of cord, so, at work, I almost never need to take them off. (although I have cordless headphones i got as a gift, but the sound quality isn't the same).
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doctorjazz:

(gonna be late to my sister's house, oh well...)
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Stanley:

Stove Man, Love is the Word.
Word.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...& there's so much to listen to now w/ podcasts &tc. ...
The structure always falls apart before the speaker part of the phones...
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listener james from westwood:

many thanks, Jeff!
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northguineahills:

Thanks Jeff, and thanks again for the album covers.
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fred:

Thanks Jeff, I enjoyed this show, a lot
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doctorjazz:

(lots of clicky stars this show...)
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Stanley:

Wow, what a way to end.
Terrific three hours entertainment, Jeff.
Many thanks.
Take care all.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Yes T Y !
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coelacanth∅:

i didn't clickystar anything...oh, except the whole episode! (i kept wanting to click things too)
Thanks Jeff!
later on y'all
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Jeff Golick:

Bye you're all fantastic. Thanks to you!
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Jeff Golick:

Hi. Looks like, due to a computer glitch at the mothership, this ep was not preserved. So there is unfortunately no archived show; sorry about that!
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