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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments
The Roscoe Mitchell Art Ensemble  Tatas-Matoes   Options Congliptious  Nessa  1968   

Music behind DJ:
Sun Ra 

The Perfect Man   Options

My Brother The Wind, Vol. I 

Saturn Research 


Bruce Langhorne  Opening   Options Peter Fonda's The Hired Hand Score  Blast First Petite  2004   
Brian Eno  From the Beginninng   Options Opera OST  Cinevox  1988   
Art Ensemble of Chicago   Variations sur un Thème de Monteverdi (i)   Options Les Stances à Sophie  Pathé  1970   
Tomeka Reid  Imagist Theme (Revised)   Options Soundtrack to Hairy Who and the Chicago Imagists  Corbett vs. Dempsey  2014   
Popul Vuh  Hand in Hand in Hand (Agape guitar version)   Options Cœur De Verre  Brain  1977   
Bill Frisell  Juliet of the Spirits   Options Amarcord Nino Rota  Hannibal Records   1981   
Orchestra improvista  Guilietta bianco spiriti   Options Nino Rota...Fellini [Gouirand/Pansanel]  Harmonia Mundi  1995   
Suzanne Vega, Bill Frisell, Wayne Horvitz & Syd Straw  Medley Two (The Darkness Sheds its Veil)   Options Stay Awake: Various Interpretations Of Music From Vintage Disney Films  A&M Records  1988   
Tom Waits  Jockey Full of Bourbon   Options Rain Dogs  Island Records  1985  (Down by Law) 
Marc Ribot  Somewhere   Options Saints  Atlantic  2001  (West Side Story) 
John Zorn  Poverty   Options The Big Gundown: John Zorn Plays the Music of Ennio Morricone  Nonesuch  1986  (Once Upon a Time in America) 
Julia Hülsmann Quartet  This Is Not America   Options Not Far from Here  ECM  2019  (The Falcon and the Snowman) 

Music behind DJ:
Dorothy Ashby 

Theme from Valley of the Dolls   Options




Ornette Coleman  Part II   Options Chappaqua Suite  CBS  1966   
Rahsaan Roland Kirk  Moon River   Options Quincy Jones Explores The Music of Henry Mancini  Mercury Records  1964   
Maria Schneider Jazz Orchestra  Love Theme from "Spartacus"   Options Coming About  enja  1996   
Jean-Claude Vannier  Chasser la Bête Noire   Options Le Bête Noire  Finders Keepers Records   1982/2019   
Herbie Hancock  The Spook Who Sat by the Door (reprise)   Options The Spook Who Sat by the Door  United Artists  1973?   
Steve Potts  Rock (La Défense)   Options Musique Pour Le Film d'un Ami  Un-Deux-Trois  1975   
Ushio Sakai  Mrs. Robinson   Options Jam in Yokota  Elec Records  1973   
Ahmed Malek  La Ville   Options Musique Originale de Films  Ministère De L'information Et De La Culture   1978  RE: Habbibi Funk 
The Hippy Boys  Death Rides a Horse   Options b-side of "Melting Pot"  Unity  1970   
Granville Williams Orchestra  The Third Man Theme   Options b/w "Old MacDonald"  G.W.O.  1965   
Terry Adams & Marshall Allen  Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head   Options Ten by Two  Edisun  2005   
John Coltrane Quartet  Blue World   Options Blue World  Impulse!  1964/2019   

Music behind DJ:
Gabor Szabo 

Theme from Valley of the Dolls   Options




Michael Naura / Wolfgang Schlüter  Rosemary's Baby   Options Country Children  ECM  1980   
Carla Marciano  Theme from Vertigo (Prelude)   Options Psychosis: Homage to Bernard Hermann  Challenge  2019   
Ron Miles / Greg Saunier / Mary Halvorson  Luke and Leia (from Return of the Jedi)   Options New American Songbooks, Vol. 1  Sound American  2017   
The Young Mothers  Theme from Fanny & Alexander   Options A Mothers Work Is Never Done  Tektite Records  2014   
Archie Shepp & Dollar Brand  Theme from "Proof of the Man"   Options Duet  Denon  1978   
Ran Blake  Eve   Options Film Noir  Arista Novus  1980  (All About Eve) 
John Zorn  A Shot in the Dark   Options Naked City  Elektra Nonesuch  1990   
Yo La Tengo  Somebody's Baby   Options Human Music  Homestead  1988   

Music behind DJ:
Robin Kenyatta 

Last Tango In Paris   Options

Gypsy Man 




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Listener comments!

  8:59am Listener Gregory:

I am suffering from a severe congliptiousness deficit. Need an infusion—stat!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:01am Jeff Golick:

Highly contagious, is congliptiousness, so you're in luck, @Listener Gregory. Hello!
  9:09am Listener Gregory:

This would seem to set the stage for the music of an obscure independent Quebec film of the 60s.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:10am Jeff Golick:

It rather does, @LG.
Avatar 9:10am hyde:

gooooood morning! i love this Langhorne soundtrack, i have the LP
  9:11am Dean:

Bill Evans' "Love Theme from Spartacus," particularly solo, is the lodestar when it comes to jazz appropriation of movie soundtrack music.
Avatar 9:12am duke:

Hello Jeff and do:ers
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:12am Uncle Michael:

Good morning...cooking breakfast with earbuds in so I don't have to hear CBS Sunday Morning.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:12am Jeff Golick:

Good morning, @hyde! Why am I not surprised?

@Dean: good early morning to you! You have power at home? I have a version of that cued, but not Evans'.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:13am Jeff Golick:

Hiya, @duke!

What's for breakky, @UM?
  9:13am Doug Schulkind:

N:O yoga for me today. Ready to give my ears a nice shavasana.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:14am Uncle Michael:

Dutch Baby with Bananas Foster topping and thik cut bacon. Health food....
  9:15am Dean:

Never lost power, as we're just west of the border PG&E fixed. However, my employer was out for days, so...no work! At least, no work *at* work. Such a fiasco, PG&E.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:15am Jeff Golick:

@Doug! Is it because it's Indigenous People's weekend or something?
Avatar 9:15am Brian in UK:

Hello Jeff. Every time I see the English National Opera abbreviated I think of ENO, B.

Why is abbreviated such a long word?
  9:16am Doug Schulkind:

Indignant Peoples, yes.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:16am Jeff Golick:

Glad to hear it, @Dean. There was a beautifully understated NYT headline about it all this morning. What a shitshow.
  9:19am Dean:

@Brian in UK: Ask Blaise Pascal.
  9:19am listener james from westwood:

In since the git-go but on mobile. Happy to hear this special-event program!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:21am Jeff Golick:

UM: I stare forlornly at my bagel.

@Brian in UK: Welcome. ENO, R is also on that soundtrack. The fogotten Eno.
  9:22am Dean:

R. Eno has an album called The Music of Neglected English Composers.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:22am WRfromElmhurst:

Is it really Sunday morning again.... hello to all the D:O fellow travelers
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:23am Uncle Michael:

There are no forlorn New York bagels.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:23am Jeff Golick:

@listener james! Happy to have you here!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:26am Jeff Golick:

I hope so, @WRfromElmhurst, or I've really messed up the schedule. Hi there!
Avatar 9:28am Brian in UK:

Dean, I tried but his Ouija is engaged or was that engorged.
  9:30am Dean:

My kids were looking for our Ouija board last night. Couldn't find it. Somebody needs to investigate this rash of missing Ouija boards.
  9:30am Listener Gregory:

@Uncle Michael, check out the bagels in a 7-11 refrigerated case, and you will see forlorn all right.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:32am Uncle Michael:

@LG: I think they truck those in from Delaware.
  9:33am Listener Gregory:

@UM, yes, and they bake them on Sundays and serve them all week.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:41am Uncle Michael:


Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:41am Jeff Golick:

Oh my word.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:42am Jeff Golick:

@Dean: thanks so much for that pledge!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:44am Uncle Michael:

I once heard Diana Krall just nail this song. Not kidding.
  9:44am Listener Gregory:

Jeff, do you recall the John Zorn Filmworks series? There was some good music there, for films that one has never heard of before or since.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:45am Jeff Golick:

I do, a little, @LG. He had music from some Japanese animated series in there, iirc.
  9:46am Dean:

You're welcome.

The oldest record store in California closed yesterday after 75 years, a gospel record store with a stock of books, Bibles, study aids, choir robes, and assorted paraphernalia.
  9:47am Listener Gregory:

Yes, and some low-budget European films as well.
  9:49am Doug Schulkind:

The thing that revolts me about Ken Burns’ work is that it feels the necessity to present each of its subjects, individual sources and broad themes alike, through the rose-colored lens of absolute positivity. As if showing history in all its messy complexity wouldn’t be compelling or, dare I say entertaining, enough.

A random thought inspired by the proceedings.
  9:49am Dave in St Albans UK:

Today's show is going down well with me. Had a rough night after my flu vaccine yesterday. The music has lifted me out of my mood of self pity. Thanks.
  9:50am Listener Gregory:

A search of the Downtown Music Gallery website suggests that there are at least XXV Zorn filmworks CDs.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:51am Jeff Golick:

@Dave in St Albans UK: thanks so much for being here, and sharing the comment! That lifts my mood, too.
  9:53am Dean:

@Doug, Maybe the poor guy, who has had to make his way through life with that last name, is determined to accentuate the positive?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:55am Jeff Golick:

@Doug: your comment reminds me that I forgot to keep watching the KB Country series...
Avatar 9:59am Brian in UK:

Devon E Levins?
  10:00am Listener Gregory:

The Falcon and the Snowman (I almost repeated your typo) music was written by Pat Metheny and Lyle Mays. Wikipedia informs me that Lyle Mays is currently working as a "software manager." What??
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:01am doctorjazz:

Hi folks! Lovethis Waits! And the Ribot! Very cool (definitely a place for it).
Avatar 10:03am Sem:

Good morning, Jeff, and hello, outies and innies, and those messing with the inbetweenies.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:05am Jeff Golick:

Oh shoot -- @Brian, yes, thank you, Devon!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:06am Jeff Golick:

Hi, @doctorjazz!
Greetings, @Sem!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:06am doctorjazz:

Speaking of things ending, I understand John Schaefer is being canceled at WNYC. Almost makes me want to cancel my membership. Listen to him, at least the Gig Alert, almost every day (could FMU, the main station or the Drummer Stream, possibly give him air time? Just a thought...)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:06am Jeff Golick:

(@LG: thanks for that gentle editing tip.)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:06am doctorjazz:

Great set, btw!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:08am Jeff Golick:

Thanks, @doc. Yeah, that Schaefer/New Sounds news is a big fat bummer for NYC radio. More here: www.nytimes.com...
  10:08am Listener Gregory:

@doctorjazz... John Schaefer canceled???!!! They got rid of all the live djs at Newsounds, their contemporary classical stream. Some of them were very good, like Phil Kline and Nadia Sarota. Now this?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:08am WRfromElmhurst:

But you do know Coleman's music was not used in the movie. The movie guys decided it was too intense or whatever and got music from Ravi Shankar instead. Not that I am complaining, just spewing random trivia that may or may not matter.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:11am Jeff Golick:

Ah, right, @WRfromElmhurt! I think I once knew that but had forgotten. I guess it's still "film music" in inpiriation, so I think we can allow it on a technicality. If not also basic musical grounds.
  10:12am Listener Gregory:

Public radio has consistently reduced its commitment to music and moved to a (more popular) all-news/talk format over the past 20 years. It used to be that you could listen to music in the afternoon and then hear All Things Considered. Now the entire afternoon and evening are filled with rehashing the news. But if they play Ornette Coleman, some listeners might turn off the radio, so instead we hear pundits. This is really awful.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:14am doctorjazz:

Seems there's not enough talk at WNYC...they got a new station manager, and they're reclaiming that 11-midnight hour. (Some years back he had a great afternoon show, Soundcheck, an hour long, that featured a live set by a musician in the studio. Don't know the circumstances of that cancellation, though).
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:15am Jeff Golick:

Loved Soundcheck. Schaefer was --is!-- such a wonderfully friendly guide to wild and wooly and NEW sounds.
  10:16am Dean:

That NYT article reminds me of the shittier days of LA's Pacifica radio station, KPFK, when Mark Schubb was GM, cutting and canceling shows left and right due to some imagined ideal listener's preferences. Cynical bullshit.
  10:17am Listener Gregory:

Public radio is supposed to preserve our culture and provide services that AREN'T popular (which is why they aren't on commercial radio). They have drifted far away from that.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:17am doctorjazz:

Maybe he'd do something on FMU? (Just hoping, could be a good fit)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:18am Jeff Golick:

The underwriting announcements at the top of every hour also suggests a drift away from being fully "non-commercial."
Avatar 10:19am hyde:

i think similar things have happened at WGBH, the Boston public radio station. they used to have jazz all night long every night, but i think Eric in the Evening is now just 3 nights a week for 3 hours. Though honestly I don't ever listen to public radio anymore here, what with WMBR and WHRB filling most of my non-WFMU listening.
Avatar 10:19am holland oats:

yo d:o! peeps!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:19am Jeff Golick:

In other NYC radio news (related to Pacifica), WBAI is currently undergoing all kinds of craziness.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:20am Jeff Golick:

Hey-o, @holland oats!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:20am doctorjazz:

In the end, they are commercial in their well. They have commercials (though they don't call them that). They probably keep an eye on ratings, who generates the most donations, etc. It IS expensive to do something like this in places like NYC, I'm sure, but still...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:21am Uncle Michael:

Jeff, what was the piece in the last set that sounded like Nature Boy?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:21am WRfromElmhurst:

At least Ornette got a budget to have some strings and a couple of days in a good studio. And the music is lovely.
Avatar 10:22am holland oats:

On that tip, Shirley Clarke's "Ornette: Made in America" is now streaming on Criterion Channel.
Avatar 10:23am Brian in UK:

Well Orrnette has brought the sun out over here.
  10:23am Dean:

Pacifica has been in dire trouble for years. Berkeley's KPFA recently had to be bailed out. Some of the trouble is financial, some of it's politics.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:24am doctorjazz:

On a different, ahem, note, saw Wilco last night. Man, I really like that band (and Nels Cline alone is worth the price of admission, though that price is getting quite hefty these days).
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:24am Jeff Golick:

@UM: Gee, I'm not sure. What was the instrumentation like?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:25am Uncle Michael:

It's hard to say...it was probably the Ribot or the Zorn. I'll re-listen on the archive.
  10:26am Listener Gregory:

@UM... "Somewhere" does sound a bit like Nature Boy.
  10:28am Doug Schulkind:

When I first arrived in NYC in ‘83, I was blown away by the record stores. I had haunted some good shops in DC, and I regarded the annual catalog of the New Music Distribution Service as a record store-by-mail (and treated it virtually like a porno mag). But the variety, abundance and accessibility of vinyl in New York was breathtaking. That said, I was on a very tight budget, so I did a lot of record-bin flicking and liner note scanning, and only occasional purchasing. Some record shops had their most desirable and rare offerings mounted in plastic sleeves on the walls, and I experienced these places like museums. I liked to just go and be in the presence of the wonderments. One such place was Bleecker Street Jazz (am I remembering them name right?), which for at least a decade had a copy of Chappaqua Suite on the wall bearing the absurd price tag of $75. I gazed up at that object for years and years. When the record was finally reissued by some Italian outfit, I spent $20 and snarfed it up. For a while, the music kind of let me down, impossible to meet my outrageous expectations. But over the years that disappointment has melted away and now I just adore every moment.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:30am doctorjazz:

WNYC pretty much gutted music programming with 9/11. New Sounds, and Jonathan Schwartz's Saturday sands Sunday shows (which were taken over by someone else in a blander version) were all that remained of music... And, from the Times article, they will cut the Sunday show, but the Saturday night one will stay.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:31am Jeff Golick:

I have never, ever purchased a record from a record shop wall.
  10:33am Listener Gregory:

@Doug, Bleecker Street Bob's?
Avatar 10:34am hyde:

i'm pretty sure that i bought that Bruce Langhorne Hired Hand soundtrack from a record shop wall
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:35am WRfromElmhurst:

Well stated @DougS
  10:36am Doug Schulkind:

@Listener Gregory: Nope, definitely not Bleecker Bob’s. Different place.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:37am Linda Lee:

we had absolutely fantastic record stores when i lived in ny, 1970 - 1994. absolutely fabulous.
the Soho Music Gallery on Wooster near Canal was amazing. an old industrial space just filled with light & music. superb.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:37am WRfromElmhurst:

I watched a 2014 documentary on Rahsaan last night. Very nice but made me hungry for seeing the full concert footage
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:38am doctorjazz:

I'd guess that $75 album sells for a good bit more now (hell, vinyl reissues go from $30-50; some,like the Hendrix "Limited Edition Audiophile Remastered" Axis Bold As Love, sold at $100... And sold out quickly)
  10:39am Listener Gregory:

'83 is before my time. When I took my job in NYC in 2001, my office was across the street from Tower Records and a block away from New Music. Downtown Music Gallery was then a few blocks' walk. When I left this year, the only place one could buy new music nearby was at the Barnes & Noble at Union Square. Kind of light on the Ornette Coleman there.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:42am doctorjazz:

I used to go to three Jazz Record Center on 26th Street, up an elevator, would leave weighted down. (They moved there from another site,but I don't recall the address of that one).
  10:42am chresti @griffith Park:

Morning Out!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:43am Doug Schulkind:

@Linda Lee: I wrote a short piece about the SoHo Music Gallery for WFMU's blog a few years back: blog.wfmu.org...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:43am Linda Lee:

really! i'll have a look! :-)
  10:44am Listener Gregory:

@WR, there is a Rahsaan DVD in the Jazz Icons series that should be available.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:44am Jeff Golick:

Having a bit of trouble keeping up with comments! Hellos to @Linda Lee, and @chresti @griffith Park!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:44am doctorjazz:

WRfromElmherst-that makes me crazy watching most music docs, the little snippets of performances.
Avatar 10:45am hyde:

@doc ditto
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:47am WRfromElmhurst:

I have the Rahsaan jazz icons DVD. Actually I should look on youboob, some are probably there.
  10:49am Listener Gregory:

@Jeff, have you used Mrs. Robinson as talk-over background? It seems familiar.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:50am Jeff Golick:

No, but I was similarly thinking that it has "talk-over" music vibes. I use Booker T. a lot, so there may be shades of that here, too.
  10:51am Listener Gregory:

Yes, maybe it's the organ.
Avatar 10:52am hyde:

i've heard Dave the Spazz use the Louis Prima "Mrs Robinson" for his intro music
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:52am doctorjazz:

Doug, nice article (and appreciate the chance to download the Cage/Sun Ra album from a link there)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:52am Linda Lee:

knew Yale Evalev intimately (as they say) when he managed the place. his knowledge of music was phenomenal & he loved sharing what he knew. opened my eyes & ears for sure.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:53am Linda Lee:

love the post, Doug! :-)
Avatar 10:53am holland oats:

salty ending
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:54am Doug Schulkind:

Yale Evelev's niece (I think that is the relation) Paula Gordon was an FMU DJ for a while. She and I were roommates in the earlyish '90s.
  10:55am Dean:

Internet service here is just fucking awful. If you receive this comment, it arrived via postcard.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:56am Linda Lee:

these little circles.. amazing :-D
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:57am Doug Schulkind:

@doctorjazz: The folks at Modern Harmonic have commercially released a DVD of the entire Sun Ra/John Cage show at Coney Island. I watched with me mouth agape for the entire thing: www.modernharmonic.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:59am Uncle Michael:

groovy third man!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:01am Linda Lee:

brilliant! must check that out!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:02am Linda Lee:

happy to say i did see the Arkestra perform in the late 70s ~ thanks to Yale, again, for turning me on to Sun Ra ~ & Cage is my top hero.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:02am doctorjazz:

And, they have it on a clear vinyl, 2 LP set as well, I see. (Cent remember the last time I played a DVD)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:03am doctorjazz:

Absolutely love this Raindrops!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:07am WRfromElmhurst:

Doug. Super wonderful that you were there for the Cage / Sun Ra performance. Got that release recently. So bizarre and lovely in so many different aspects. I gotta jump. Thank you Jeff and all for the sounds and thoughts. Fuel for keeping on.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:07am doctorjazz:

New Trane, becoming a regular thing...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:08am Jeff Golick:

Take care, @WR! Thanks so much for being here and checking in.
  11:10am Listener Gregory:

Should note that "Blue World" is based on "Out of This World," which originates from the movie of that name. So, two film connections there.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:11am Linda Lee:

what an amazing, amazing show, Jeff. fabulous!! will have to return to the archive as i have no sense of scheduling.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:14am doctorjazz:

About to help move my older daughter to a Manhattan apartment, weird...
Avatar 11:15am hyde:

fun fact: Ivan Dixon (Kinch from Hogan's Heroes) directed the Spook Who Sat by the Door
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:18am Doug Schulkind:

Ivan Dixon starred with Abbey Lincoln in the groundbreaking film Nothing But a Man.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:19am coelacanth∅:

'morning Jeff and all
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:22am Jeff Golick:

@LG: thanks for that! Great point.

@Linda Lee: awesome to hear! Dig your (new?) avi, btw.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:22am Jeff Golick:

Greetings, @coelacanth∅!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:23am Jeff Golick:

Y'all know a LOT of fun facts.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:23am Doug Schulkind:

Krzysztof Komeda's score for Rosemary's Baby is one of my favorite soundtracks of all time. Maybe my favorite.

Also, this fun fact: this episode of D:O Radio is program #88,888 in WFMU's show database (dating back to the year 2000 or so).
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:25am Jeff Golick:

I saw the show's URL with all the eights and my eyes definitely goggled.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:27am fleep:

Crazy 8s greetings.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:28am Jeff Golick:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:30am Linda Lee:

thanks Jeff. my wallpaper face. :-D
  11:30am Listener Gregory:

The bible says that 88888 is the number of the best, so very propitious.
  11:33am Dean:

Enrico Pieranunzi has a great record of tunes from Fellini movies, Nino Rota, featuring Charlie Haden, Kenny Wheeler, Chris Potter, and Paul Motian.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:34am Jeff Golick:

That sounds pretty sweet, @Dean. Don't know it!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:35am Linda Lee:

it does!
  11:35am Listener Gregory:

This Ron Miles et al. sounds super-familiar, but I don't recognize it as a Star Wars theme.
  11:35am Dean:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:37am Jeff Golick:

That said, @Dean, the album's title, "Fellini Jazz," does not fill one with confidence. (I am very shallow.)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:40am Jeff Golick:

Only just getting started here on the Drummer stream! Up in about 20 min, it's The Stork Club, over here: wfmu.org...
Paying tribute to John Giorno today, inter alia.
  11:40am Listener Gregory:

This Shepp/Brand album is one of my all-time favorites, esp for late-night listening.
  11:41am Dean:

It's the rare non-florid title for EP.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:43am doctorjazz:

Thanks, Jeff, great show!
Avatar 11:44am Hams:

always nice to wake up to your show, jeff.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:46am Jeff Golick:

Thanks, @Hams! Great to see you.

@doc: thanks, and good luck with that move!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:46am doctorjazz:

Shepp, Abdullah, nice...
  11:50am Listener Gregory:

Is "Eve" actually from a film? All About Eve? Or Blake's own imagination?
  11:50am Dean:

John Giorno, not to be confused with Jean Giono.
  11:52am Listener Gregory:

Surf Mancini.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:52am Jeff Golick:

I believe it's from "All about Eve," yes.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:53am Jeff Golick:

(comp. by Alfred Newman)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:53am Linda Lee:

Naked City! :-)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:54am Linda Lee:

were there still dark places made for noir cinema in nyc in '90? yes, there were! now..?
Avatar 11:55am northguineahills:

Thanks, Jeff!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:56am Jeff Golick:

Hey, @northguineahills! My pleasure!
Avatar 11:57am Sem:

Thanks, Jeff, always so good.
Avatar 11:58am hyde:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:58am Linda Lee:

i love soundtrack work. just love it. thanks Jeff!
  11:58am Listener Gregory:

Exit Music (for a film)

Great show, Jeff. Thanks.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:00pm coelacanth∅:

Thanks Jeff
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:00pm fleep:

Thanks, Jeff. On to Storkitude
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:01pm Doug Schulkind:

Spectacular show, Jeff!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:02pm Doug Schulkind:

Stork is here: wfmu.org...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:05pm Jeff Golick:

My absolute and total pleasure. Thanks for being here with me, @Sem, @hyde, @Linda Lee, @Listener Gregory, @coel, @fleep, @Doug and all!
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