Favoriting Circle Time with Mark R.: Playlist from September 4, 2017 Favoriting

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Favoriting September 4, 2017: "Just call me Gabby Hayes, then."

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments New Approx. start time
The Who  I Am the Sea   Favoriting Quadrophenia  Geffen  1973  "Quadrophenia" featuring Pete Townsend, Billy Idol and Alfie Boy at the Metropolitan Opera House Saturday 9/9 and Sunday 9/10    0:00:00 (Pop-up)
The Who  The Real Me   Favoriting Quadrophenia  Geffen  1973       
Santana  Mother's Daughter   Favoriting Abraxas  Columbia  1970  David Brown (bass) d. 9/4/2000    0:08:19 (Pop-up)
Pretenders  Tattooed Love Boys   Favoriting Pretenders  Sire  1980  Martin Chambers (drums) b. 9/4/51    0:13:10 (Pop-up)
Rolling Stones  Time Is on My Side   Favoriting Singles Collecton--The London Years  London    Jerry Ragavoy (composer) b. 9/4/30 (Written under the pseudonym "Norman Meade")    0:15:13 (Pop-up)
Shelly Berman  Kids & Telephones   Favoriting Inside Shelly Berman  Verve    R.I.P. d/ 9/1/17    0:18:07 (Pop-up)
Danny Gatton  Fandingus   Favoriting 88 Elmira St.  Elektra  1991  b. 9/4/45    0:21:40 (Pop-up)
Meade "Lux" Lewis  The Boogie Tidal   Favoriting 1941-1944: Piano, Celeste and Harpsichord Solos  Classics Records    b. 9/4/1905    0:24:45 (Pop-up)
Bascom Lamar Lunsford  Dry Bones   Favoriting v/a Harry Smith's Anthology of American Folk Music  Folkways    d. 9/4/73    0:27:50 (Pop-up)
Super Furry Animals  It's Not the End of the World?   Favoriting Songbook/The Singles      Guto Pryce (bass) b. 9/4/72    0:30:20 (Pop-up)
Trupa Trupa  To Me   Favoriting Jolly New Songs  Ici,D'ailleurs/Blue Tapes/X-Ray      *   0:44:13 (Pop-up)
Lyle Lovett  Sleepwalking   Favoriting Step Inside This House  MCA  1998      0:47:22 (Pop-up)
Artur Rubinstein, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, cond.  Grieg: March of the Dwarfs, Op. 54, No. 3   Favoriting Grieg Piano Concerto Op. 16  RCA Red Seal    Edvard Grieg d. 9/4/1907    0:50:46 (Pop-up)
Steely Dan  Midnite Cruiser   Favoriting Can't Buy a Thrill  ABC  1972  R.I.P. Walter Becker (bass, backing vocals, co-composer) d. 9/3/17    0:53:36 (Pop-up)
Sneaks  Inside Edition   Favoriting Not My Myth  Merge  2017      0:59:17 (Pop-up)
Tacocat  Men Explain Things to Me   Favoriting Lost Time  Hardly Art  2016      1:00:43 (Pop-up)
Lost Balloons  Hey Summer   Favoriting Hey Summer  Dirtnap    On Todd-o-phonic Todd's Show Saturday!  *   1:02:29 (Pop-up)
A Giant Dog  Bendover   Favoriting Toy  Merge    At Montgomery Hall Friday!  *   1:06:03 (Pop-up)
Roky Erickson  Two-Headed Dog   Favoriting Great American Music Hall 3/1/07  wolfgangs.com    At Rough Trade Tuesday 9/5 & Wednesday 9/6, at White Eagle Hall in Jersey City Friday 9/8    1:09:05 (Pop-up)
The Shivas  I Hear You Screaming   Favoriting Turn Me On (EP)  Annibale    On Todd-o-phonic Todd's show Saturday!  *   1:13:02 (Pop-up)
Doug Tuttle  Bait the Sun   Favoriting Peace Potato      ALSO on Todd's show Saturday!  *   1:15:35 (Pop-up)
Claude Helffer, piano; Orchestre National de France  Ballade pour Piano et Orchestre   Favoriting Milhaud: Le Carnaval D'Aix, Concertos pour Piano      Darius Milhaud b. 9/4/1892    1:23:22 (Pop-up)
Jon Spencer Blues Explosion  Bellbottoms   Favoriting v/a Baby Driver--Music from the Motion Picture  Columbia      *   1:32:16 (Pop-up)
Queens of the Stone Age  Un-Born Again   Favoriting Villains  Matador      *   1:35:48 (Pop-up)
Derek & the Dominos  Got to Get Better in a Little While   Favoriting In Concert  RSO  1973  Eric Clapton at Madison Square Garden Thursday 9/7 & Friday 9/8    1:42:23 (Pop-up)
Golden Retriever  A Kind of Leaving   Favoriting Rotations  Thrlll Jockey      *   2:04:26 (Pop-up)
Vijay Iyer Sextet  Nope   Favoriting Far from Over  ECM      *   2:06:06 (Pop-up)
Nick Drake  Things Behind the Sun   Favoriting Pink Moon  Island  1970      2:14:35 (Pop-up)
Joan Baez  Joe Hill   Favoriting v/a Woodstock  Cotillion  1970      2:15:35 (Pop-up)
Miles Davis  He Loved Him Madly   Favoriting Get Up With It  Columbia  1974  Dave Liebman (sax & flute) b. 9/4/46    2:28:31 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

mark Flynn:

I forgot how good that song was.
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Bascom Lamar Lunsford was a lawyer from Asheville NC . He taught Pete Seeger banjo.
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I got to see Danny Gatton in. small dive bar in Baltimore in 1988 Genius.

WFMU--where the listeners know more about the music we play than we do. (That's too long for the billboard, dammit!)
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He signed My copy of Unfinished Buissnes. On his mother's lable NRG. FOR Norma Gatton before his Electra deal.
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Great set, Something for Walter Becker?
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I hope Shelly got on the new season of Curb a bit befor he passed.
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Vincent Nifigance:

Happy Labor Day, Mark, you're a grafter and no mistake.

That's good, right?
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Vincent Nifigance:

Of course!
al (shire):

ain't heard, the johnspencer....... BLUUUUUUUES EX-plosION. in years. nice

The "Baby Driver" soundtrack is a monster, Al. A lot of great tracks, across all genres. There's even a Dave Brubeck tune on here.
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Vincent Nifigance:

Oh, Mark, you should have played 'The Evil Has Landed'. What a 6 and a half minutes that it.
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Vincent Nifigance:

(...that is)

I know, but I wanted to play something off their new album, it's so good!
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Vincent Nifigance:

Yep it's the second to last track. Great album, I gather there's some crying about the fact it's produced by Mark Ronson - it's thin, different, but it sounds great.

Oh, I didn't even notice! I just discovered this album in the library today--was tracking through it, and when I got to "Un-Born Again" I said, "Yep, that's the one I'm gonna play!" Didn't even listen to the rest of the tracks. Thanks for the heads-up, maybe I'll play "The Evil Has Landed" next week.
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Vincent Nifigance:

You are in for a treat. Might be a good closer.

Oops Vijay Iyer is next--this is Golden Retriever!
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Ken From Hyde Park:

Good morning, Mark R and all. Hard to imagine how ground-breaking this must have been in 1974. Still sounds fresh and modern today.

I think the reception was "mixed," shall we say. Most of those who really loved it were not a typical "jazz" audience, a lot of them were fans of experimental rock like King Crimson. As with most things Miles, history has been kinder to this work than many people, especially the so-called "experts," were at the time.
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