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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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Portland Cello Project  Danza Del Fuego   Favoriting Portland Cello Project  Written by Manuel de Falla  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Pascal Comelade  Chanson De Charme Pour Faux-Nez   Favoriting El Cabaret Galactic  English Horn – Ronald Kornblow; Instruments – Pascal Comelade; Saxophone – Peter Minuit;; Tuba – Otis Criblecoblis ———————————1995  0:04:08 (Pop-up)
Cliff Martinez  Neon Demon   Favoriting The Neon Demon (Soundtrack)  Milan ‎– M2-36785 2016  0:06:40 (Pop-up)
Pet Shop Boys  It's a Sin   Favoriting Actually  1987  0:09:55 (Pop-up)
Harmonia & Eno '76  Vamos Companeros   Favoriting Tracks & Traces  Written-By – Brian Eno, Dieter Moebius, Hans-Joachim Roedelius, Michael Rother Previously unreleased works from the first meeting of Harmonia and Brian Eno in 1976.  0:14:48 (Pop-up)
The Magnetic Fields  Sugar World (Listen: Pop-up)   Favoriting Holiday  1994 Claudia Gonson - keybs John Woo - guitar Sam Davol - cello  0:19:20 (Pop-up)
Childish Gambino  California   Favoriting Awaken, My Love!  Drums, Percussion – Chris Hartz Guitar – Ray Suen Mixed By [Additional Mixing By], Bass, Guitar, Electric Piano [Wurlitzer], Percussion [Bottles], Organ [B3 Organ], Percussion – Ludwig Goransson* Vocals, Percussion, Percussion [Bottles] – Donald Glover Written-By – Donald Glover, Ludwig Goransson  0:22:41 (Pop-up)
Dumama + Kechou  05 Uveni feat. Angel Bat Dawid Dylan Greene   Favoriting 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.  0:25:19 (Pop-up)
John Jacob Niles  The Black Dress   Favoriting An Evening With John Jacob Niles  Folkways - 1959  0:29:04 (Pop-up)
DJ Falalalalala turns about like a dervish        0:31:47 (Pop-up)
The Chambers Brothers  I Wish It Would Rain   Favoriting A New Time - A New Day  Brian Keenan, George Chambers, Joseph Chambers, Lester Chambers, Willie Chambers - 1968  0:41:02 (Pop-up)
Ann Peebles  99 Pounds   Favoriting Straight From The Heart  1971 Backing Vocals – Rhodes, Chalmers And Rhodes; Bass – Leroy Hodges; Bass Saxophone – James Mitchell; Drums – Howard Grimes; Guitar – Teenie Hodges; Organ, Piano – Charles Hodges; Tenor Saxophone – Andrew Love, Ed Logan; Trombone – Jack Hale; Trumpet – Wayne Jackson Producer – Willie Mitchell  0:44:15 (Pop-up)
Tony Joe White  I Want You   Favoriting Continued  Tony Joe White Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals; Tommy McClure Bass; Mike Utley Organ; Sammy Creason Drums; James Milhart Drums — Produced by Billy Swan; Recorded at Monument Studios, Nashville / Lyn-Lou Studios, Memphis 1969  0:46:27 (Pop-up)
Johnny Robinson  Funky Feet   Favoriting Memphis High  1970 - anybody go info on this guy?  0:51:45 (Pop-up)
The Staple Singers  We The People   Favoriting Be Altitude : Respect Yourself  Bass – David Hood; Drums – Roger Hawkins; Guitar, Vocals – Roebuck "Pops" Staples; Keyboards – Barry Beckett; Lead Guitar – Eddie Hinton; Rhythm Guitar – Jimmy Johnson; Vocals – Cleotha Staples, Mavis Staples, Yvonne Staples. —— 1972 Rhythm recorded at Muscle Shoals Sound Studios  0:54:29 (Pop-up)
The Afro Blues Quintet Plus One  Liberation   Favoriting Mira Records ‎– 224, 7", 45 RPM    0:58:09 (Pop-up)
The Hideaways  Hide Out   Favoriting Mirwood 7" 45 - 1966    1:02:41 (Pop-up)
Sahib Shihab  Swiss Movement   Favoriting Complete Sextets Sessions 1956-1957  Baritone Saxophone – Sahib Shihab; Double Bass – Mort Herbert ; Drums – Kenny Clarke ; Piano – Ronnie Ball ; Tenor Saxophone – Mike Cuozzo ; Trumpet – Don Stratton —recorded in Hackensack, New Jersey, March 12, 1956;  1:04:42 (Pop-up)
Johnny Griffin And Eddie 'Lockjaw' Davis  Tickle Toe   Favoriting Ow_ Live At The Penthouse  Bass – Buddy Catlett; Drums – Art Taylor; Piano – Horace Parlan; Tenor Saxophone – Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, Johnny Griffin ——recorded live at the Penthouse in Seattle, Washington - June 6, 1962  1:09:21 (Pop-up)
DJ LazyHazyCrazy with ya!        1:15:53 (Pop-up)
Dave Liebman  Sam's Float   Favoriting Lookout Farm  Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar – John Abercrombie; Congas, Bongos – Don Alias; Drums – Jeff Williams; Electric Bass, Acoustic Bass – Frank Tusa; Electric Piano, Piano [Acoustic Piano] – Richard Beirach; Percussion – Armen Halburian; Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Flute [Alto C Flute],; Tabla – Badal Roy; Tambourine, Cowbell – Steve Sattan; 1974  1:26:28 (Pop-up)
Mal Waldron  The Call   Favoriting The Call  MAL WALDRON  electric piano; FRED BRACEFUL  drums; JIMMY JACKSON  organ; EBERHARD WEBER  electric bass — Music composed by Mal Waldron Recorded on February 1, 1971  1:35:07 (Pop-up)
Alice Coltrane  Lord Of Lords   Favoriting Lord Of Lords  Charlie Haden : bass Ben Riley : drums, percussion STRING ORCHESTRA - Murray Adler (concertmaster), Nathan Kaproff, Lou Klass, William Henderson, Ronald Folsom, Leonard Malarsky, Gordon Marron, Janice Gower, Gerald Vinci, Sidney Sharp, James Getzoff and Bernard Kundell : violins; Myra Kestenbaum, Rollice Dale, Leonard Selic, David Schwartz, Samuel Boghosian and Marilyn Baker : violas; Jesse Ehrlich, Jerry Kessler, Jan Kelly, Anne Goodman, Edgar Lustgarten, Ray Kelley and Raphael Kramer : cellos. Recorded (July 5-13, 1972) and mixed at The Village Recorder  1:53:51 (Pop-up)
DeeJay Swizzle wil stir you all up now        2:05:02 (Pop-up)
Henry Threadgill  Black Hands Bejewelled   Favoriting Easily Slip Into Another World  Henry Threadgill - alto & tenor sax, clarinet; Rasul Siddik - trumpet; Frank Lacy - trombone, French horn, flugelhorn; Diedre Murray - cello; Fred Hopkins - bass; Pheeroan AkLaff - drums; Reggie Nicholson - drums; Aisha Pulti - vocal. —— Recorded on 20 September 1987 at Mediasound Studio, NYC  2:12:38 (Pop-up)
Dollar Brand  Gwidza (In Memory Of Campbel Gwidza)   Favoriting Underground In Africa  Dollar Brand – piano, flute; Robbie Jansen – alto saxophone; Basil Coetzee – tenor saxophone [1st], flute; Arthur Jacobs – tenor saxophone [2nd]; [unknown] Special Purpose Artist – marimba; Lionel Beukes – bass [Fender]; Nazier Kapdi – drums, percussion — Recorded at Gallo Studios in Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa, March, 1974  2:19:43 (Pop-up)
Hugh Masekela  In the Market Place   Favoriting I Am Not Afraid  Backing band – Hedzoleh Soundz; • Cabasa (calabash), bells, drums (bass) – Acheampong Welbeck; • Congas – James Kwaku Morton; • Congas, flute, vocals – Nat "Leepuma" Hammond; • Design, photography – Tom Wilkes; • Talking drums, percussion, vocals – Isaac Asante; • Drums (uncredited) – Stix Hooper; • Electric bass, vocals – Stanley Kwesi Todd; • Electric piano (uncredited) – Joe Sample; • Engineer – Rik Pekkonen; • Guitar – Richard Neesai "Jagger" Botchway; • Shekere, vocals – Samuel Nortey; • Trumpet (uncredited), flugelhorn vocals – Hugh Masekela —— recorded at Wally Heider Studios, Los Angeles, Calif. March, 1974  2:24:20 (Pop-up)
Sonny Rollins  I'm An Old Cowhand   Favoriting Way Out West  Bass – Ray Brown; Drums – Shelly Manne; Engineer [Sound] – Roy DuNann; Tenor Saxophone – Sonny Rollins — Recorded at Contemporary's studio in Los Angeles March 7, 1957  2:29:25 (Pop-up)
Hal Singer and Jef Gilson  Fable Of Gutenberg (Bonus Track)   Favoriting Soul Of Africa  Bass - Jacky Samson ; Drums - Frank Raholison ; Percussion - Del Rabenja , Gerard Rakotoarivony ; Piano - Jef Gilson ; Saxophone [Tenor] - Hal Singer ; Vibraphone - Bernard Lubat ; Lloyd Miller - keybd. --- 1974  2:35:06 (Pop-up)
Gétatchèw Mèkurya & The Ex & Guests  Tezalegn Yetentu   Favoriting Moa Anbessa  Gétatchèw Mèkurya - alto sax; TERRIE EX guitar, baritone guitar / G.W. SOK vocals ANDY MOOR guitar, baritone guitar / KATHERINA EX drums, vocals  2:39:59 (Pop-up)
DJ Klugscheiße grüßt Euch!        2:45:59 (Pop-up)
Art Pepper  Winter Moon   Favoriting Winter Moon  Art Pepper (alto sax); Howard Roberts (guitar); Stanley Cowell (piano); Cecil McBee (bass); Carl Burnett (drums) —— Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, California September 3-4, 1980  2:53:56 (Pop-up)
Chet Baker  What'll I Do   Favoriting She Was Too Good To Me  Alto Flute, Oboe d'Amore – George Marge Arranged By, Conductor – Don Sebesky Bass – Ron Carter Cello – George Ricci, Jesse Levy, Warren Lash Clarinet, Flute – Romeo Penque Design – Bob Ciano Drums – Jack DeJohnette; Electric Piano – Bob James; Flute, Alto Flute – Hubert Laws; Saxophone [Alt] – Paul Desmond; Trumpet, Vocals – Chet Baker; Vibraphone – Dave Friedman; Violin – Barry Finclair, David Nadien, Emanuel Green, Harold Kohon, Harry Glickman, Herbert Sorkin, Lewis Eley, Max Ellen, Paul Gershman — Recorded July, October, November 1974. Producer – Creed Taylor Recorded By, Engineer, Mastered By – Rudy Van Gelder  2:59:31 (Pop-up)
Frank Sinatra  Fools Rush In   Favoriting Nice 'n' Easy  Composed By – Rube Bloom; Written-By – Johnny Mercer; Arranged By, Conductor – Nelson Riddle; Liner Notes – Pete Welding; Producer – Dave Cavanaugh  3:03:11 (Pop-up)
Jimmy Scott  Unchained Melody   Favoriting The Source    3:06:36 (Pop-up)
Barney Kessel Trio  The Shadow of Your Smile   Favoriting Live in Los Angeles at PJ's Club  Bass – Jerry Scheff; Drums – Frankie Capp; Guitar – Barney Kessel; Barney's first live night club recording, recorded 1965 at PJ's in Los Angeles, CA.  3:12:16 (Pop-up)
Dorothy Collins  Losing My Mind   Favoriting Follies sdtrk.    3:15:40 (Pop-up)
Mabel Mercer  Over The Weekend   Favoriting The Art Of Mabel Mercer  Piano – Cy Walter ; 1959 - originally from the album: I've Had A Love Of My Own  3:20:00 (Pop-up)
DJ once again imposes on you for more of your time  One mini-set to ome!   Favoriting     3:21:59 (Pop-up)
Buffy Sainte-Marie (With Ry Cooder)  The Hashishin   Favoriting Performance: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (Explicit)  Dulcimer – Ry Cooder Strings [Mouth Bow] – Buffy Sainte-Marie --- 1968  3:29:11 (Pop-up)
John Cale  King Harry   Favoriting The Academy In Peril  1972  3:32:50 (Pop-up)
Santana  Singing Winds, Crying Beasts   Favoriting Abraxas  Bass Guitar – Dave Brown; Congas – Mike Carabello; Drums – Mike Shrieve; Keyboards, Vocals – Gregg Rolie; Lead Guitar,– Carlos Santana; Timbales, Congas – Jose Areas— 1970  3:36:49 (Pop-up)
DJ Gone Again        3:41:37 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

Avatar 🥁 11:17am

The hands beckon!! Come into my lair, and try not to stare.
Avatar 🥁 Swag For Life Member 11:59am

Hi Stork, I'm wearing shades.
Avatar 🥁 Swag For Life Member 12:01pm

Happy Sunday all :)
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Jeff Golick:

Take it away, maestro!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:02pm

I'm always (figureatively) dancing in the fire...
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

You say Goodbye
& I say Cello
Avatar 🥁 Swag For Life Member 12:06pm

Play something to calm an adjunct preparing for fall courses ;)
Avatar 🥁 12:07pm

chresti - no fair! But life isn't fair so lurk away behind those Foster-Grants. redkayak, Jeff and RevRabb - hey hey HEY!!
Avatar 🥁 Swag For Life Member 12:09pm

@wolfgang - Ahoy captain!
Listener Robert:

Lightning arrestors?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:10pm

@redkayak: You're braver then I, in normal times, I only lasted 3 years before I couldn't take the poverty (in NYC), and actually got a job related to my degree)
Avatar 🥁 12:10pm

How's this workin' on yer nerves, Red K?
Avatar 🥁 12:12pm

northguineahills! I greet you!
Avatar 🥁 Swag For Life Member 12:12pm

@NGH - I teach part time, and I like it. It relates to the work I have been doing all my life (horticulture). The addition of COVID adds new dimensions to the experience, for sure...
Avatar 🥁 Swag For Life Member 12:13pm

@Wolfgang - You're the man. Keep 'em rolling!
Avatar 🥁 12:14pm

Up With Teachers!!!!!!
Avatar 🥁 Swag For Life Member 12:15pm

@NGH - That said, it's not something that really pays the bills, but it all helps supplement my "real" work...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:16pm
Doug Schulkind:

Howdy, Stork and Clubsters!
Avatar 🥁 Swag For Life Member 12:16pm

@wolfgang - Aye. My heart goes out to the full timers. (i.e. HS, elementary, etc) They're truly earning their keep these days....
Avatar 🥁 Swag For Life Member 12:19pm

@Doug - Hello sir :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:25pm

@redkayak: I taught Weather and Climate, form 2000-2003. I saw, $53/ awesome. What they didn't tell me was that for every hour I spent in the classroom, I spent 8 outside, b/tn office hours, formulating lesson plans, and grading papers. (I was often found in b/tn dj sets at clubs grading papers by a book light) (my other side hustle at the time).
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preview is your friend...
Avatar 🥁 Swag For Life Member 12:26pm

@NGH - hahaha. Boy,can I relate.
Avatar 🥁 12:27pm

Dougie, my world...
Avatar 🥁 Swag For Life Member 12:28pm

The practice of horticulture (in higher ed) is fading away. Env. science is the jazzier option these days....

I was (still am) one of those who loves being outside...
Avatar 🥁 12:29pm

I would spend more time outside, but I'm a whore to culture
Avatar 🥁 Swag For Life Member 12:29pm

@NGH - Weather & Climate sounds really cool. I'm teaching entomology this fall. It's actually a terribly interesting time to learn about insects.... Lots going on....
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

put the lime in the Covid hut
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...shut 'em all up...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:34pm

I haven't done horticulture, but I worked for a startup doing geographic monitoring of aquatic ecosystems of the everglades, which was mostly focused on the aquatic plant life (water and zoological chemical composition as well, for pollutants). But, FL elected an even more boneheaded governor then the last one, and he slashed the bugget, so, I've been underemployed since then.
Avatar 🥁 Swag For Life Member 12:37pm

Whoa! Do it again!
Avatar 🥁 Swag For Life Member 12:38pm

@RR63 - good one, lol....
Avatar 🥁 Swag For Life Member 12:40pm

@NGH - Wow. good stuff there. Have you heard of:


They have a job board for that sort of thing....
Avatar 🥁 Swag For Life Member 12:40pm

I'd like to see the Everglades one day.....Must be amazing...
Avatar 🥁 12:43pm

It just started raining like crazy outside! Hail expected!! Summer storms in Germany are terrifying and beautiful. It smells great with the window wide open.
Little Fyodor:

this version does not show on the Wikipedia entry for the song!
Avatar 🥁 Swag For Life Member 12:44pm

Okay folks, I gotta get to work here.....
Be well!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

I'ma pull all the stops out my organ & gitcha.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...by the shores of gitcha gofundme...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:53pm

I haven't been to the Everglades since 1998. My job, everything was done remotely or via field scientists. Unfortunately, I can't afford the application fee for ser. I've had a Rube Goldberg of Murphy's Law hit me lately...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:55pm

Another huzzah for teachers!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:56pm

...and my academic background was more focused on GIS, then ecology, But I taught myself on the job. I also worked for the NYC DEP.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

A Rube Goldberg of Murphy's Law
sums Now up better than anything I've heard so far...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:04pm

Ok, I gotta get back to work. Be back in 45 minutes or so....
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Doug Schulkind:

I always hated that "he's the fasted tenor player alive" bullspit about Johnny Griffin. Shut the heck up and listen to the man make music!
Avatar 🥁 1:13pm

@Doug: Agreed. But he can burn.
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Doug Schulkind:

No question.
Avatar 🥁 Swag For Life Member 1:37pm

Send some of your terrifying storms over here, please.
Avatar 🥁 1:39pm

Where are you chresti, and is it not a juicy summer?
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Linda Lee:

hello dear friends! nice Mal Waldron here!
Avatar 🥁 1:40pm

Hi Linda Hi Lee!!

Groovy ass stuff this.
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Linda Lee:

hi!! good seeing you! (see my smile?)
Avatar 🥁 Swag For Life Member 1:42pm

San Gabriel, CA. Dry and warm as ever, Wolfgang.
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Linda Lee:

good music + forest mint/dark chocolate candy bar = 1 happy worker.
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Linda Lee:

dry & warm sounds good, chresti! here in the catskills too!
Avatar 🥁 Swag For Life Member 1:43pm

Hi Linda Lee!
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This is one of the hippiest-est albums Mal ever made - though he could also go out with the best.
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Linda Lee:

hope you're not parched. we do need balance weather wise.
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Linda Lee:

am i reading right? 'hippiest-est'?
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Then I wish you great, pregnant clouds - unleashing their sweet water upon yuz, chresti...
Avatar 🥁 Swag For Life Member 1:46pm

i can't complain at all about the weather here this year. pretty much a perfect mix of sun and rain. only one major storm so far.
...sorry chresti.
i'd still rather be there than here.
Avatar 🥁 1:47pm

hey coel!! yeah, chresti - it's Eberhard Weber's playing that gives it the prog.
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Linda ee - that's right - it's my new superlative-superlative form.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:49pm

Somehow have never heard this Mal Waldron...
Avatar 🥁 Swag For Life Member 1:49pm

hi Wolfie & clubbers. yes you locked me out but i got in via the underground railroad.
i guess you didn't know i knew about it but
i helped dig it.
Avatar 🥁 1:51pm

Side B of this LP is also great, ngh.
Avatar 🥁 Swag For Life Member 1:52pm

Hi coel. If you don't mind heat and scorching sun, then you'd like it here.
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Linda Lee:

i'm thinkin i really would like heat & sun if it doesn't disappear into frosty, icy subzero snow dumps every year the way it does here. i'm done, children.
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Linda Lee:

i'm off to clean out this cabin for a closing on Friday. you have my ears. cheers!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:56pm

Anothher pre-clickied track (a fave Alice album of mine, whom am I kidding, they all are!).

LL! adios!
Avatar 🥁 Swag For Life Member 1:57pm

Have a good cleaning (what is that?), LL!
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Good luck, Linda Lee!! See you again soon!!
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I hear Alice calling The Lord. Magnificent.
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LL, you might dig Joshua Tree.
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Linda Lee:

thank you chresti! first things first. time to complete a 35 year relationship with a beautiful valley.
thanks Wolfgang! keep it coming!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

I just Shared a photo of the Andromeda galaxy yesterday
...notated - the nearest galaxy outside our own milky way
...it takes light 2.5 million years from there to reach us.
Avatar 2:11pm

Hello Storck and clubgoers. Just up from a nap.
Avatar 🥁 2:16pm

Howdy, TDK6-OH! I'll see what I can do to knock you back out.
Avatar 🥁 Swag For Life Member 2:17pm

Hi!listening off and on while driving. This track is one of my favorites; the band one of the best of the 80:s
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DrJ! Jeff G floated the question just last week about one of the Threadgill bands - can't remember which: best band of the 80's?
Avatar 🥁 Swag For Life Member 2:21pm

The Sextette was the one...and Abdullah Ibrahim, two of the artists I spent much time listening to and going to their concerts at that time.
Avatar 🥁 2:25pm

Dollar Brand's very last chord there - wowzer.
Avatar 🥁 Swag For Life Member 2:25pm

This was Ibrahim's style at the time, the band would stop, he'd get an insane ostinato going in his left hand, and improvise with his right, often seeming like they were totally independent!
Avatar 🥁 2:26pm

Hi Stork and clubgoers. I just got off a long Zoom meeting. How come Zoom meetings don't really zoom?
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Hugh. Got to see him once, luckily.
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swingingest cowboy ever?
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Saw Sonny Rollins once too! At an outdoor concert in Pittsburgh, sitting in a park. A very staid crowd. About 10 of us got up, moved to front of stage, to dance! Some audience members smirked at us for dancing. The band loved it.
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Re: Rollins: I walked past him one time in Tribeca. That's my claim to fame.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:49pm

Damn! I missed Getachew Mejuryu and the Ex! (I saw them together live at the lincoln center in 2010....)
Avatar 🥁 Swag For Life Member 2:56pm

Good on you for dancing, TDK60!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:56pm

Holy zarathustra, I only have two Art Pepper LPs, and this is one.
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Linda Lee:

baby, i love you for playing this art pepper.
when was the last time *you* fell in love with a dj? i ask you all.
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LL, every day!
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Linda Lee:

my day is made. i may be ready to move to a tent like a darn Bedouin, but it's made! :-)
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Linda Lee:

haha! hear you there chresti!
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Gracias Chresti. Maybe they thought I couldn't dance. Hee. the 90s were weird.
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Linda Lee:

oh my. then he follows with chet. heaverns me.
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Linda Lee makes my week once again! This is Purty Pepper, no matter what.
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Linda Lee:

hey! happy to! :-D
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Linda Lee:

oh my. :-) keep it comin love! i'm cleanin out this barn attic! (romantically.)
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Mx. Granny (e/em):

i made it out of the stately pleasure dome!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Some are so great & impactful it's a cliche. Here's a reminder of why that can happen in the 1st place...
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Mx. Granny (e/em):

Linda Lee: i fell in love with a KJ last year <3
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Granny!! Hiyahi
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Mx. Granny (e/em):

Wolfgang?! Is that you? Where am i?
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

& Jimmy up to following him.
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Tis I dear Granny. Alas.
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konichiwa, Granny.

back to work, friends...
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Unchained, what a tune.
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Mx. Granny (e/em):

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Mx. Granny (e/em):

northguineahills: hi! bye!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Singer - Writer - Arranger - Musicians coming together - a minor miracle.
Avatar 3:14pm

Hello Revrab, Granny, Linda, Ngh, anyone..
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ngh- thanks for your mojo for yet another week - see ya back!
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See ya ngh!
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Are we going over? Righteous!
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Yup. A little taste to come,, chresti.
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Linda Lee:

a very dear friend of mine was in those crowds for mabel mercer. her favorite piece of ms mercer's was 'down in the dumps on the 9oth floor'.
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Linda Lee:

had to pipe up with that one. back to work!
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Doug Schulkind:

Yusef Lateef appears on that Jimmy Scott record under the pseudonym "Joe Gentle."
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Linda Lee:

oh Wolfgang! a piece from my favorite film of all time! love you!! :-D
Avatar 3:31pm

..love Buffy. Never seen Performance.
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Linda Lee:

absolutely fabulous, visionary Nic Roeg/Donald Cammell film. see it sometime!
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OOh, good catch, Dougsie. I actually learned that when I went to research Jimmy ath the Jazz Institute in Newark (the internet was in its nawscent stage at the time) and I was allowed to make a cassette of The Source record to air on the radio. Those were the days.
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Performance is a fascinating film - totally crazy but compelling as hell.
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Linda Lee:

it really is ~ with its own special logic. the story is there; it's just not a conventional story. ;-)
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Doug Schulkind:

Yusef has his 100th anniversary coming up in October. I call that birthday tribute, Stork! (Charlie Parker's 100th is coming up later this month!)
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Uh, oh Doug! Is that an impending Yusef marathon we smell?
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Doug Schulkind:

It won't be anything like the 15-hour memorial tribute I did, but yes absolutely. Lookie for it in early October.

Is Charlie Parker 100? He's looking pretty good.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

The Santana album that *really* matters.
WKCR is doing like 120 hours for the Bird Centennial...
Mark R:

"Abraxas" is still my favorite Santana album.
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Küsschen und tschüß!!
Mark R:

Carlos said Miles Davis was recording in the studio next door and would stop in and listen and give encouragement.
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Linda Lee:

who can forget the Marti Klarwein cover for Abraxas? beautiful record all around.
thank you dear!
Listener Robert:

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Danke Wolfgang. Till next again.
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Thanks Wolfgang!
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Herr Stork thank you for the music. All the rest of you, thank you for sharing your time and thoughts here. Bye for now.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

* TY ! *
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Thanks Wolfgang! take care
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