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With billows and blasts from choirs and orchesters
Buskers and talkers
Big bands and squawkers,
the Stork Club has retained its qualities of decaying elegance and dwindling significance since the late 1950s.

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Options April 19, 2020: Your destination for a good carouse

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Sea Captains Carousing in Surinam - oil painting by John Greenwood, circa 1752-1758. A humorous scene in a tavern in Surinam, with merchants and sea captains from Rhode Island enjoying themselves. Described as first genre painting in American art history
Sea Captains Carousing in Surinam - oil painting by John Greenwood, circa 1752-1758. A humorous scene in a tavern in Surinam, with merchants and sea captains from Rhode Island enjoying themselves. Described as first genre painting in American art history
Sea Captains Carousing in Surinam - oil painting by John Greenwood, circa 1752-1758. A humorous scene in a tavern in Surinam, with merchants and sea captains from Rhode Island enjoying themselves. Described as first genre painting in American art history

Artist Track Album Comments Approx. start time
World Saxophone Quartet  Seven Steps to Heaven   Options Selim Sivad: A Tribute to Miles Davis  Alto Saxophone, Flute – Oliver Lake Baritone Saxophone, Contra-Alto Clarinet, Producer – Hamiet Bluiett Drums [African] – Chief Bey Drums [African], Percussion, Kalimba – Okyerema Asante Drums [African], Percussion, Kalimba, Voice – Titos Sompa Drums, Piano – Jack DeJohnette Saxello, Alto Flute – John Purcell Tenor Saxophone, Bass Clarinet, Producer – David Murray Notes Recorded March 2nd and 3rd, 1998 at Sound On Sound Studios, New York. Mixed March 6th, 1998 at River Sound Studios, New York.  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
The Hot 8 Brass Band  We Shall Walk Through the Streets of the City   Options Vicennial - 20 Years of the Hot 8 Brass Band    0:06:30 (Pop‑up)
Mark Gross  Valley of the Dry Bones   Options Riddle of the Sphinx  MARK GROSS  alto & soprano sax MULGREW MILLER  piano BRIAN BLADE  drums DARRYL HALL  bass JOE LOCKE  vibes, marimba KHALIL KWAME BELL  percusiion JOHN LA BARBARA  oud Recorded at Sear Sound April 19 & 20, 1999  0:10:20 (Pop‑up)
DJ Daffy dilates         0:19:14 (Pop‑up)
Sofiane Saidi & Mazalda  Bourkan   Options El Ndjoum  The band: – Adrian' Bourget*, Julien Lamaze, Lotfi Attar, Mazalda*, Sofiane Saidi 2020  0:25:08 (Pop‑up)
Aisha Kandisha's Jarring Effects  A Muey a Muey [Mamma Mamma]   Options Shabeesation  A Muey A Muey Producer, Bass, Loops – Bill Laswell Bass – Cheb Qchatar Goblet Drum [Darbuka], Percussion – MY. Mansour, Omar Jar Guitar – Cheb Qchatar, El Habib El Malak, Jabbar El Shaheed* Lead Vocals – MY. Cheb Ahmed Synthesizer, Sampler, Noises – Jabbar El Shaheed* Violin, Mandolin, Flute – S'Mohamed Kbirr Vocals – Cheb Qchatar, El Habib El Malak, MY. Mansour, Omar Jar, S'Mohamed Kbirr 1993  0:29:52 (Pop‑up)
Dumma & Kechou  Leaving Prison   Options Buffering Juju  Dumama + Kechou - Buffering Juju buffering juju is the debut album from dumama + kechou, a duo from Capetown, South Africa who describe their sound as Nomadic Future Folk.  0:34:52 (Pop‑up)
Wire  Shadows   Options Mind-Hive  Bass – Graham Lewis; Drums – Robert Grey; Electric Guitar – Matthew Simms; Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Keyboards – Colin Newman 2020  0:36:56 (Pop‑up)
Agitation Free  Ala Tul   Options   Bass, Tape [Live-Tapes] – Michael Günther Drums, Percussion, Marimba, Vocals – Burghard Rausch Guitar – Jörg Schwenke Guitar, Zither, Keyboards – Lutz Ulbrich Organ – Peter Michael Hamel Percussion – Uli Popp Synthesizer, Keyboards, Steel Guitar – Michael Hoenig Originally released in 1972.  0:39:44 (Pop‑up)
Bobby Conn  Recovery   Options Recovery  Bass Guitar, Synth [Bass Synth] – Jim Cooper (7) Drums, Percussion – Josh Johannpeter Guitar – Devin Davis (3) Piano [Fender Rhodes Piano], Organ, Keyboards, Violin – Billie Howard Vocals, Guitar, Synth, Written-By, Recorded By – Bobby Conn Vocals, Violin – Monica BouBou 2020  0:44:27 (Pop‑up)
Can  One More Night   Options Ege Bamyasi  Holger Czukay Bass, Engineer, Editing, Remastering Assistant Michael Karoli Guitar, Violin Jaki Liebezeit Drums Irmin SchmidtKeyboards, Vocals, Remastering Assistant David StubbsLiner Notes Damo Suzuki Vocals 1972  0:48:37 (Pop‑up)
DJ Wrongfellow punches back in        0:54:10 (Pop‑up)
Black Lips  Get it On Time   Options Sing In A World That's Falling Apart  Vocals: Zumi Rosow, an actress and Gucci model who joined Black Lips in 2013.  1:01:12 (Pop‑up)
Lucinda Williams  Doors of Heaven   Options The Ghosts of Highway 20  Bass – David Sutton Drums, Percussion – Butch Norton Electric Guitar [Left] – Greg Leisz Electric Guitar [Right] – Bill Frisell Written By, Vocals, Rhythm Guitar [Electric] – Lucinda Williams 2016  1:04:07 (Pop‑up)
Bob Dylan  Moonshiner   Options The Bootleg Series Vol. 1    1:09:37 (Pop‑up)
Bruce Langhorne  Arch Leaves   Options The Hired Hand (Soundtrack)    1:14:42 (Pop‑up)
Loving  Only She Knows   Options If I Am Only My Thoughts  Jesse Henderson vocals, acoustic guitar, piano, organ, wurlitzer David Parry acoustic / electric / slide / bass guitar, drums, piano, organ, wurlitzer, synths, percussion, mellotron, melodian Lucas Henderson flute  1:16:57 (Pop‑up)
Trupa Trupa  Invisible Door   Options I'll Find EP  Bass – Wojciech Juchniewicz Drums – Tomek Pawluczuk Guitar – Grzegorz Kwiatkowski (2), Rafał Wojczal, Wojciech Juchniewicz Keyboards – Rafał Wojczal Vocals – Grzegorz Kwiatkowski (2), Wojciech Juchniewicz 2020  1:19:52 (Pop‑up)
DJ Redux        1:22:06 (Pop‑up)
Houston Outlaws  Ain't No Tellin'   Options Kent Records ‎– TOWN 125  Split 7" A – Unique Blend Yes I'm In Love Written-By – Charles Holman, Howard Kennebrew, Melvin Harrison B – Houston Outlaws Ain't No Telling Written-By – John Chenevert, Rudolph Smith  1:29:20 (Pop‑up)
Dennis Coffey  Calling Planet Earth   Options Westbound Records 7" 1978  Vinyl, 12", Single, 45 RPM 1978  1:32:36 (Pop‑up)
Ohio Players  Funky Worm   Options Westbound Records 7" 1973 A side  1973  1:35:58 (Pop‑up)
Symphonic Four  Who Do You Think You're Foolin'   Options Lovin' on the Flipside    1:38:36 (Pop‑up)
Gary Wilson  I Wanna Lose Control   Options You Think You Really Know Me  1977  1:41:27 (Pop‑up)
Warren Zevon  Nighttime In the Switching Yard   Options Excitable Boy  Bells – Greg Ladanyi Drums – Jeff Porcaro Guitar [Left] – Danny Kortchmar Guitar [Right], Lead Guitar, Synthesizer – Waddy Wachtel Percussion – Jeff Porcaro Synthesizer – Warren Zevon 1978  1:43:45 (Pop‑up)
Shopping  About You   Options All Or Nothing  Andrew Milk, Billy Easter, Rachel Aggs (Fat Cat 2020)  1:47:54 (Pop‑up)
The Stick Men  Action Man   Options Insatiable  Bass – Bill Bradfield Drums, Percussion, Reissue Producer – Jim Meneses Organ [Acetone], Clavinet, Trumpet, Vocals – B.A.L. Stack The Stick Men (tracks: 5, 6, 13 to 15) Trumpet, Saxophone, Electronics, Vocals – Chuck Mattern Vocals, Guitar – Peter L. Baker  1:51:38 (Pop‑up)
DJ Cowbellphile        1:53:19 (Pop‑up)
Charlie Haden & Don Cherry  Out of Focus   Options The Golden Number  CHARLIE HADEN  bass DON CHERRY  trumpet, flute 1977  2:02:03 (Pop‑up)
Joe Henderson  Current Events   Options Black Is The Color  Bass – Dave Holland Drums – Jack DeJohnette Electric Bass – Ron Carter Electric Piano – George Cables (tracks: 1 to 3, 5) Flute – Joe Henderson (tracks: 1, 4) Guitar – Georg Wadenius (tracks: 1, 3 to 5) Percussion - Ralph MacDonald Piano – George Cables (tracks: 4) Soprano Saxophone – Joe Henderson (tracks: 3, 4) Synthesizer – David Horowitz (tracks: 1, 3, 5) Tenor Saxophone – Joe Henderson Producer – Orrin Keepnews Recorded and mixed at Mecury Sound Studios (New York) March and April 1972  2:09:28 (Pop‑up)
Milt Jackson  Enchanted Lady   Options   From: Peter Kruder - Private Collection some electronic hoodwinkery going on here. Originally from: Milt Jackson With The Ray Brown Big Band ‎– Memphis Jackson Recorded 10 October, 1969, at Annex Recording Studios, Los Angeles. TRACK 8 Arranged By – Ray Brown Bass – Ray Brown, Wilton Felder Drums – Paul Humphries Electric Piano – Joe Sample Guitar – Fred Robinson*, Howard Roberts Percussion – Victor Feldman Tenor Saxophone –Teddy Edwards Trumpet – Al Aarons Vibraphone – Milt Jackson  2:14:58 (Pop‑up)
George Braith  Let Me Do It   Options Laughing Soul  Bass – Victor Sproles Congas – Richard Landrum Drums – Ben Dixon Guitar – Grant Green Organ – John Patton Rhythm Guitar – Eddie Diehl Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – George Braith 1966  2:20:03 (Pop‑up)
Gary McFarland  Over Easy   Options The In Sound  Bass – Bob Bushnell Bongos, Congas – Candido Cover, Design – Win Bruder Drums – Grady Tate, Sol Gubin Flute, Flute [Alto] – Spencer Sinatra Guitar – Gabor Szabo, Kenny Burrell Percussion – Joe Venuto, Willie Rodriguez Tenor Saxophone, Flute – Sadao Watanabe Trombone – Bob Brookmeyer Vibraphone – Gary McFarland Producer – Creed Taylor Recording Date: August 2 and 31, 1965 at Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey.  2:23:01 (Pop‑up)
Gerald Wilson  Blue Latinese   Options The Golden Sword  Arranged By – Gerald Wilson Bass – Buddy Woodson Congas – Max Garduno Drums – Mel Lee Flute, Piccolo Flute – William Green Guitar – Laurindo Almeida Piano – Jack Wilson Saxophone – Harold Land, Jack Nimitz, Jimmy Woods, Teddy Edwards Saxophone, Flute – Anthony Ortega Trombone – Ernie Tack, John Ewing, Lester Robertson Trumpet – Al Porcino, Conte Candoli, Freddie Hill, Jimmy Owens, Jules Chaikin, Mel Moore*, Mike Barone, Nat Meeks* Vibraphone – Roy Ayers, Victor Feldman 1966  2:25:56 (Pop‑up)
DJ RickeyTickeyTickey II        2:30:29 (Pop‑up)
A Girl Called Eddy  Jody   Options Been Around  2020  2:38:06 (Pop‑up)
Aluminum Group  Rose Selavy's Valise   Options Pedals  Acoustic Guitar – John Ridenour Backing Vocals – Amy Warren, Edith Frost, Frank Navin, Jim O'Rourke, John Navin, John Ridenour, Sally Timms Banjo – Sean O'Hagan Cello – Alison Chesley Cornet – Rob Mazurek Double Bass – Eddie Carlson Drums [Acoustic, Electric] – John Blaha Electric Bass – Eddie Carlson Electric Bass [6 String] – Doug McCombs* Electric Guitar – Jim O'Rourke, John Navin, John Ridenour Electric Piano [Rhodes] – Liz Conant Flute – Paul Mertens Harpsichord – Liz Conant Keyboards – Frank Navin, Liz Conant Lead Vocals – Amy Warren, Frank Navin, John Navin Mastered By – Roger Seibel Organ [Farfisa] – Frank Navin Piano – Frank Navin, Jim O'Rourke, Liz Conant Saxophone – Paul Mertens Synthesizer – Jim O'Rourke Synthesizer [Moog] – Liz Conant Trombone – Jeb Bishop Viola – Shelley Weiss Violin – Inger Clark, Susan Voelz Written-By – Frank Navin, John Navin 1999  2:43:39 (Pop‑up)
Colin Blunstone   Say You Don't Mind   Options One Year    2:52:56 (Pop‑up)
DJ Gowayaway      Over Johnny Smith: "The Inchworm" FOLLOWED IMMEDIATELY BY IRENE TRUDEL, FER GODSAKES!!  2:56:12 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:00pm listener james from westwood:

Happy Sunday, Stork!
Avatar 12:00pm Wolfgang von Storkenputzer:

Proudly following Jeff and D-O Radio and proudly opening for Irene Trudel today! Keep it here forever.
Avatar 12:01pm Wolfgang von Storkenputzer:

Westwood Ho!
Avatar 12:01pm StringOFperils:

TIme to embark
  12:02pm Dean:

The response to Miles' Tetrauq Enohpoxas Dlrow?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:02pm fred:

Hello Stork and smartly dressed club goers
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:03pm coelacanth∅:

greetings Stork and all
Avatar 12:04pm northguineahills:

Ok, how did I not know Oliver Lake was in the WSQ?
Avatar 12:04pm Listener Gregory:

@ngh, you did know.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:04pm doctorjazz:

Don't have this WSQ (and I have many), WOW!
Hi Stork and clubbers!
  12:05pm rw:

Good morning! ngh, you knew. You just forgot.
  12:05pm Dean:

Yes, he was, ngh. And your comment reminds me that I heard Lake at Phil Gelb's flat in Oakland years ago.
Avatar 12:05pm Wolfgang von Storkenputzer:

FredCoelDocJazzGregNGHillsDean - a many headed creature that gives me delight!!
Avatar 12:06pm Listener Gregory:

If you cut one of our heads off, two others will spring up.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:07pm chresti:

Hi Wolfgang and der clubbers!
Avatar 12:08pm northguineahills:

I never heard Oliver Lake live, a big regret, not sure how that happened.
Avatar 12:09pm Sem:

Hello, the Stork, and all who fly w/ him.
Avatar 12:09pm Wolfgang von Storkenputzer:

North G Hills: Oliver is still with us - so there's hope. I hope.
Avatar 12:10pm Wolfgang von Storkenputzer:

Hello, The Sem!!
Avatar 12:10pm Wolfgang von Storkenputzer:

Our Chresti ist da!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:11pm Doug Schulkind:

Love love love the Hot 8. The band had a prominent presence on that HBO show The Tremé.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:12pm doctorjazz:

I saw some of these posts, got nervous Lake had passed (no, all least Google didn't note it).
He lives in Montclair, NJ, seem him in a Jazz club there (and many times in WSQ and other dates).
Avatar 12:12pm northguineahills:

thanks Wolfgang, I needed some not negative news.

Today is a good day to day drink, b/c I'm outta fucks to give.
Avatar 12:12pm Wolfgang von Storkenputzer:

i cant find much info on them, Dougie. Mebbe you know sump'n?
Avatar 12:13pm Wolfgang von Storkenputzer:

We hear ya, NGH. Love yer Avatar!
Avatar 12:21pm northguineahills:

back atcha Wolfgang!
Avatar 12:23pm Listener Gregory:

I believe "Seven Steps to Heaven" is a Victor Feldman composition.
  12:28pm Dean:

Come to think of it, I also saw David Murray at Phil's place.

What's the illustration? Artist?
  12:32pm fleep on app:

Outdoor greetings
Avatar 12:33pm Wolfgang von Storkenputzer:

@Dean - I don't know the artist, unfortunately, but the caption is: Sea Captains Carousing in Surinam (ca. 1755)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:33pm chresti:

Avatar 12:34pm Wolfgang von Storkenputzer:

Fleep on app is on fleek*
*I am too advanced in age to know what I mean by fleek.
Avatar 12:36pm Wolfgang von Storkenputzer:

A greeting card?!?! Cool! The opium is beautiful - wish you were here!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:36pm doctorjazz:

Haven't trimmed my beard since started furlough, working on a full Sewelson.
Avatar 12:37pm northguineahills:

Don't hear too many songs in !Xhosa!

(the exclamation point denotes a tongue click, in front or in the middle of a word.)
Avatar 12:38pm northguineahills:

@dr jazz: My beard is the grizzilest it's been in in four years...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:38pm fleep:

Sun was out for ten whole minutes, dark and cold again. Time for indoor sports.
  12:39pm Dean:

Thanks, WvS and chresti. So it's John Greenwood, 1730-1803...but in fact he's the collector/dealer.

"Sold by Auction by Mr. Christie."
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:40pm doctorjazz:

@LG, Seven Steps to Heaven is credited to Miles and Victor Feldman (which likely means it really was written by Feldman...)
Avatar 12:40pm TDK60:

Hello, just tuning in, haven't heard this new Wire album yet..
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:40pm fred:

@doctorjazz: I hope this is over before you get to a full Sewelson. Come to think of it, by then the "full Sewelson" would be even longer, you'll never catch up
  12:41pm Dean:

Or perhaps another Greenwood, 1727-1792...
Avatar 12:41pm Wolfgang von Storkenputzer:

TDK60: It's not a huge departure from their last few albums, but it's pretty great methinks.
Avatar 12:42pm Wolfgang von Storkenputzer:

Got a track with Victor Feldman on it planned for later.
Avatar 12:43pm TDK60:

Hi Wolfgang. I'm a fan of their recent stuff. A great English rock outfit.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:46pm chresti:

So we don't know the artist @Dean
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:47pm doctorjazz:

@Fred, I hope it is all over soon as well, but I don't see how (I think we're talking a year or 2 minimum, not weeks or months)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:50pm fleep:

Go for the full ZZ Top
Avatar 12:51pm Sem:

A sizzling soundtack to a glorious sunny day here, on the deck slathered in SPF -25 (cold pressed extra virgin olive oil.)
  12:52pm rw:

I'm pretty sure John Greenwood is the guy at the lower right.
Avatar 12:53pm Wolfgang von Storkenputzer:

Where are you, Sem?
  12:53pm rw:

Sem, I can smell that SPF-25 from here
Avatar 12:54pm Sem:

On the sunny shores of the mighty Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia.
  12:55pm Dean:

It is the earlier Greenwood, painted when he was 25. Most of his work was portraiture devoted to a single subject. This one was unusual.

According to biographer Alan Burroughs the guy at lower right is traditionally identified as Capt. Ambrose Page.

Sem: Are you anywhere near where the loony-tune opened fire and killed a bunch of people?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:56pm chresti:

Fun day on the shores of Fundy.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:56pm doctorjazz:

The Sunday NY Times still had a sports section, 4 pages long, featuring an equestrian recovering from a paralytic fall, a baseball player talking about how he's working at not getting rusty, and a women's soccer game with no fans. Sheesh!
  12:57pm Dean:

Artist David Amico, brother of a friend of mine, roomed with Michael Hoenig in LA back in the '70s/'80s, around the time of Departure from the Northern Wasteland.
Avatar 12:58pm Sem:

Geez, Dean, I don't get out much lately but I haven't heard of anything horrible like that recently.
  1:00pm Dean:


Man, the NYT site is so lame.
Avatar 1:01pm Sem:

So I checked, and yes, we had something like that happen yesterday:www.cbc.ca...
  1:01pm Dean:

Now in custody. Good.
Avatar 1:02pm Wolfgang von Storkenputzer:

Did I just say 1983 for Aisha Kandisha? It was '93 for Coltrane's sake!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:03pm Franco Twinkie:

Dean, I know of David Amico. Back in the day, he was young tornado with a paint brush.
Avatar 1:03pm Sem:

...and for map fans, of which I am one, the locality:goo.gl...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:04pm chresti:

Sem, we have to look out for one another, glad you're safe.
Avatar 1:06pm Sem:

Thanks, chresti, for the thought.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:08pm chresti:

Thanks, Sem, for the map.
  1:08pm Dean:

For a second I thought maybe David did the cover of Departure, but can't confirm.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:09pm doctorjazz:

Also a Special section on Pandemic Parenting.
  1:09pm Dean:

He's still at CGU: https://www.cgu.edu/people/david-amico/
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:11pm doctorjazz:

Hey, Sem, went biking in Prince Edwards Island many years back, pretty, very flat, LOTS of cows. Liked it up there.
  1:12pm Dean:

Damn. Never been to Nova Scotia, but my legal history professor had a place there, did some serious local history work about parts of it. I love the work of Alistair MacLeod, too. When I buy that one-way ticket from the USA, it'll be either to Cyprus (never been there, either) or Nova Scotia.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:12pm Granny Spicy Tuna (e/em):

Greetings, Stork and Clubbers!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:14pm Franco Twinkie:

Clairmont was where young artists who liked to paint went, I hear.
Avatar 1:14pm Wolfgang von Storkenputzer:

Groovy greets, Granny!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:14pm Jeff Golick:

I biked around Nova Scotia in my earlier days, and did NOT find it flat. Camped out and it rained every night, like clockwork. We were a sight. Developed a taste for some kind of soup or stew whose Francophone name I can't recall. Was desperate to see a moose, but never did. Just some moose tracks. Hi, @Stork and Storkettes.
Avatar 1:15pm TDK60:

If I could move to another country I'd check first to see if they have a health care system or a "free enterprise" health care system.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:16pm chresti:

Old artists, too, it's a great place for painters, Clairmont.
  1:18pm Dean:

My former prof: https://news.berkeley.edu/2010/04/02/thomas-barnes/

Claremont has a kick-ass folk music store. The colleges used to host kick-ass early music festival, too.

We'd drive to Claremont on weekends for coffee at a joint run by a Italian cyclist, then we'd browse the shelves at the Huntley bookstore.
Avatar 1:18pm northguineahills:

I have a crazy party story about the Black Lips circa 2006.
Avatar 1:19pm Wolfgang von Storkenputzer:

NGH: Spill. We need this.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:19pm doctorjazz:

Never got to Nova Scotia, Jeff, but PEI is really flat, you could bike forever, just occasional hills here and there. We did hey rainedon a lot, though.
  1:20pm Filip:

I was ready for more of the Bruce Langhorne great music for an amazing film! Thanks for playing it anyway! It revived some memories...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:21pm Jeff Golick:

We were up mostly by Cape Breton, @doc.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:22pm Franco Twinkie:

Dean, Clairmont also has KSPC, a great on campus radio station. When we lived in Pasadena, and the weather conditions were right, I could pick it up loud and clear.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:22pm chresti:

Nova Scotia sounds like a fine place, I've been to Quebec, and liked it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:22pm ParUbi:

That Trupa Trupa was really something
  1:23pm Dean:

It was a fun town, at least for nerd types like us.

By all means, folks, read MacLeod's stories and novel. (I believe that travel is a weak substitute for reading.)
  1:24pm Dean:

These days I have climate change and coronavirus on my side!
Avatar 1:24pm northguineahills:

@Wolfgang: A certain member of the band was friends w/ my neighbors. Some powder may have been involved. Their tour continued from NYC to NE, and on the way back, he bought a shit ton. Well, on the tour back down to the Mid-Atlantic, he decided to drive the van the whole way (I only heard this after the fact), he dumped everything before he got to DC as he was so paranoid from two day w/o sleep he thought the cops were on to him. He swore off said substance afterwards (nice lad).
Avatar 1:24pm TDK60:

Langhorne was part of so many incredible recording sessions.
Avatar 1:25pm northguineahills:

trupa trupa, not be confused w/ a koopa troupa....
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:25pm Franco Twinkie:

Oh yeah,a pretty place with lots of nice diversions.
Avatar 1:27pm Listener Gregory:

@doctorjazz at 12:40—exactly.
I took a break to eat lunch.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:28pm Franco Twinkie:

The Velvet Nuts! That was your band when you were an under graduate, right Dean?
  1:29pm Dean:

Jammed with them once, Franco. No, my band at that time was Goddamn Tractor.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:30pm Granny Spicy Tuna (e/em):

Oh man, i found a Velvet Nuts rehearsal cassette at a yard sale! Dean, you rock!
  1:31pm Doug Schulkind:

Oh baby baby, what a killer number!
  1:32pm Dean:

GT played precisely one show. Rather, part of a show, 'cuz the cops shut us down. We did a cover of Magazine's "Motorcade" and an original tune based on lyrics cribbed from Sartre's Les Mots.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:34pm Franco Twinkie:

Okay then, I was mistaken. But I did see Goddamn Tractor play there one and only show on the back of a flatbed truck in the parking lot of The Shopping Bag in La Mirada. I had a free chili dog and got sick on the way home.
Avatar 1:35pm Wolfgang von Storkenputzer:

Great yarn, NGH!! Thanks
  1:35pm Dean:

That was the other GT. We played a house in uptown Whittier.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:37pm Franco Twinkie:

Ah hell, I'm going back to bed now.
  1:38pm Dean:

Another band around that time was Elephants Dupree. Then there was Sweet Puddinheads. And Hula. Lotsa one-niter groups. Had to keep changing identity, for various reasons.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:39pm doctorjazz:

Be sending out a bunch of Threadgill later, anyone interested? Message me thorough FMU.
Gonna go bike about 2:30, beautiful here in Joisey!
Live Richard Thompson stream later today (too much good stuff for is shut ins). It's on Facebook.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:43pm Jeff Golick:

This set is doing it for me.
Avatar 1:45pm Wolfgang von Storkenputzer:

Yass JG
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:45pm Dave in Vermont:

missed a lot of this set - was outside reading to my daughter about microdosing- a reasonable sacrifice perhaps
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:46pm Franco Twinkie:

We did live in garage band heaven back then, Dean. So many local bands trying for the brass ring.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:47pm doctorjazz:

More bad news...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:47pm Granny Spicy Tuna (e/em):

well this is mighty peppy!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:47pm doctorjazz:

And, more music to distract us...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:49pm doctorjazz:

And, I see there are new episodes of Fauda (really liked the first seasons).
  1:50pm Dean:

If you enjoy opera, or even if you're just opera-curious, this is free: https://operavision.eu/en

The Xerxes was a lot of fun.
Avatar 1:52pm TDK60:

Darn, missed the Warren Z, taking out the recycling.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:52pm Your Ace From Exchange Place:

Stick Men!
Holy Moly!
  1:55pm Dean:

Anderson is the Sun Ra discographer, yes?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:56pm doctorjazz:

A "bargain" for vinyl jazz freaks (on sale)...
Avatar 1:58pm northguineahills:

if you go to a hiphop set, we can go into some Grand Punba puns...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:59pm Franco Twinkie:

I saw Warren Zevon at The Roxy in 1978. He was,how can I say this? a bit wound up. Don Snowden, the music writer came and sat at our table, and affected I've seen this all before pose. Yes, Waddy was prancing around like it was HIS show.
Avatar 2:00pm northguineahills:

@Dean: I have so many opera records, I can't count. I even used one for one of my flyers, back in my dj/noise days.
Avatar 2:00pm TDK60:

Good show, Franco T.?
  2:02pm Dean:

That Ella record made me think of Analog Room near San Jose: http://www.theanalogroom.net/ He's retiring! No! (Actually, he retired once before from his architecture practice.) Analog Room was one of a kind. I bet Brian had a copy of that Ella record for sale. I kept delaying the inevitable turntable maintenance I wanted Brian to perform on my 'table. Damn.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:02pm doctorjazz:

Sorry I never got to see Zevon.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:03pm fred:

Missed the past hour or so, a friend was doing a live set online
Avatar 2:04pm northguineahills:

I have never heard this Cherry/Haden!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:05pm doctorjazz:

Reminds me of when I saw Cherry and Blackwell doing a duet in a dive bar on 3rd Ave in NYC East Village, was great to see (hardly a soul in the bar was paying the least bit of attention).
Avatar 2:05pm Wolfgang von Storkenputzer:

Mr. Zevon was somewhat naughty, it's known.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:05pm Franco Twinkie:

TDK, on that night he was very good. Warren was having a good stretch,which wasn't always the case.
  2:05pm Dean:

ngh: Opera affords quality opportunity to kill time. I have a bunch, but I almost never play any, because I can't devote the two, three hours or so. Lately, however, I've played Falstaff, Betrothal in a Monastery, Pelleas, and that Xerxes.
Avatar 2:06pm Wolfgang von Storkenputzer:

There's a place I'd like to beam over to, DocJ
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:06pm doctorjazz:

(typo in the song listing, Bill Haden instead of Charlie Haden)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:08pm doctorjazz:

Boy, did Haden have a BIG sound!
Avatar 2:11pm Wolfgang von Storkenputzer:

@DrJ - omg, that's funny! I will explain the reason for that goof a little later.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:11pm doctorjazz:

I saw Haden with his Liberation Music Orchestra-Haden was behind a fiberglass "wall", to protect his ears (he was suffering from tinnitus and hyperacusis, pain from loud noise).
Avatar 2:11pm northguineahills:

ok, never heard this Joe Henderson either, and the lineup!
Avatar 2:12pm Wolfgang von Storkenputzer:

That was one of the most extroverted - or maybe declarative is a better word - that I've ever heard Haden.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:12pm Granny Spicy Tuna (e/em):

yeah, i am liking these sounds!
Avatar 2:13pm Wolfgang von Storkenputzer:

NGH - totally wild project, this one.
  2:13pm Dean:

Saw one of those LMO shows, too, doctorjazz. Alan Broadbent, one of my faves, sat in on piano.
  2:13pm Jeff g. via app:

When Joe went Out.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:16pm doctorjazz:

Big Broadbent fan as well, Dean, love the Quartet West and other recordings he's on.
Avatar 2:17pm Wolfgang von Storkenputzer:

The promised track with Victor Feldman.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:18pm Wendy del Formaggio:

Hi Stork! I'm over here listening for a little while. Sounds great, which is no surprise.
  2:18pm Dean:

He's doing a lot of solo, ensemble, and orchestral stuff under his own name these days, along with the ongoing accompaniments.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:19pm Uncle Michael:

Avatar 2:22pm northguineahills:

UM, mi tio favorito!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:22pm doctorjazz:

Don't know George Braith, but butt he band is impressive, cool track.
Avatar 2:23pm Wolfgang von Storkenputzer:

Wendy! Uncle M.!! Mein Gott!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:29pm doctorjazz:

Terrific set, Stork! Sitting listening on stereo, loving it (will go biking soon, though, when wife comes back from dog walk). Nicest day here in Joisey in a while.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:30pm doctorjazz:

Jazz + Latin percussion.
  2:32pm rw:

I could be wrong but I thought I heard Bill Frisell
  2:32pm Dean:

Oooh, Anthony Ortega was on that last one. Have been meaning to get down toward Del Mar near San Diego where Ortega plays a regular Sunday night at a club. Or at least he did half a dozen years ago.
Avatar 2:35pm TDK60:

Just saw the news: Fairport Convention's annual festival in Oxfordshire is canceled, till 2021.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:38pm doctorjazz:

Alwayswanted to get to the Fairport Convention, heard great things about it, oh well...
Thompson live streaming later today (link above)
Avatar 2:39pm Sem:

Caroused and sated. Thank you, the Stork. Hope to see you and everyone a little farther along that road paved with good intentions. Be well.
Avatar 2:40pm Wolfgang von Storkenputzer:

Ride safe. Be well, lieber Doktor!
@Dean: very neato.
Avatar 2:41pm Wolfgang von Storkenputzer:

Dear Sem, mind how you go. Be well. Be back.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:41pm doctorjazz:

@Dean, so you have Broadbent's Live at Mayhem Hall (v 14, Concord)? Great solo recording. I have it, and a few other Concord albums of his, let me know if you're interested.
  2:42pm Dean:

Maybeck, yes, indeed. I think I have all of his Concord records. One of my favorite tracks of his, "Consolation," appears on one of them. He wrote it when he was 16. When I hired his trio to play an event, I requested that tune. He played it!
Avatar 2:42pm TDK60:

docjazz: I went to the 2018 fest.
Avatar 2:43pm northguineahills:

If my brain doesn't return, thanks, Wolfgang!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:43pm doctorjazz:

TDK60, jealous!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:47pm doctorjazz:

@Dean, that's the first track on Personal Standards. I figured you likely did have them, but checked in case.
Stork, great show, much fun, thanks!
  2:48pm Dean:

Thanks, doc.
Avatar 2:50pm Wolfgang von Storkenputzer:

Thanks, Doc!
Avatar 2:52pm Wolfgang von Storkenputzer:

Hey all y'all sweeties: remember Irene Trudel(!!!) is coming up right after the Stork Club for a special GTDR trubute to Lee Konitz. Lucky us!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:53pm doctorjazz:

Another streaming music announcement, from Birdland in NYC (worth going to if you're in NYC, especially the downstairs area that features newer artists (and it's less expensive)...

Hello Friends,
Birdland is pleased to co-host the following streaming events from our great resident artists. We hope you'll join us!
Sunday April 19 @ 8:30pm:
Arturo O'Farrill and The Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra "Virtual Birdland"
Monday April 20 @ 7:30pm:
The Emmet Cohen Trio "Live From Emmet's Place"
Monday April 20 @ 8pm:
Jim Caruso's Pajama Cast Party
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:55pm Franco Twinkie:

I've got my Sunday Boogie on now! Thanks Storkie.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:55pm Irene Trudel:

Thanks doctorjazz! Good stuff.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:56pm Irene Trudel:

Yep! I'm all set to go! Very excited to host a show in tribute to Lee Konitz today. Peter Keepnews will also join us.
Avatar 2:56pm TDK60:

Thanks herr von Storkenputzer.
  2:57pm rw:

Are we done? That was fast! Thank you Mr. von Storkenputzer!

Looking forward to the Lee Konitz tribute.
  2:58pm Dean:

Speaking of Broadbent, he has at least a couple disks with Lee Konitz.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:58pm doctorjazz:

Hi, Irene...you won't remember, but I met you once at a club (think it was The City Winery, was there with my friend Jim...maybe Jim Kweskin, but less sure about that).
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:58pm Doug Schulkind:

Irene's playlist page is here: wfmu.org...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:58pm fred:

Thank Stork!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:58pm fleep:

Thanks, Stork!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:59pm listener james from westwood:

Thanks, Stork!
  2:59pm Dean:

And thanks, John Greenwood.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:00pm chresti:

Thanks der Wolfenhopper!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:00pm Granny Spicy Tuna (e/em):

Avatar 3:03pm Wolfgang von Storkenputzer:

Thanks, Granny, Dean, chresti, Dougie of course. Keep it here! Irene is off to a beautiful start!!
Avatar 3:03pm StringOFperils:

Thanks Stork .
Avatar 3:04pm Wolfgang von Storkenputzer:

StringOhh! net week again!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:17pm WR:

Playlist looks good. Hard work conference call going so will have to come back and listen later.
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