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Options October 11, 2020: Covering the gamut, from A to B

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The Roscoe Mitchell Art Ensemble  Tatas-Matoes   Options Congliptious  Nessa  1968 
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Sun Ra 

The Perfect Man   Options

My Brother The Wind, Vol. I 

Saturn Research 

1970 

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Alabaster DePlume  Not Now Jesus   Options To Cy & Lee: Instrumentals Vol. 1  International Anthem  2020 
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Billy Gault  Aisha   Options When Destiny Calls  SteepleChase  1974 
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Calvin Keys  Shawn-Neeq   Options Shawn-Neeq  Black Jazz Records  1971 
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David Bond Trio  Anthem   Options Odyssey  Vineyard Record Co.  1980 
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Esko Linnavalli Sextet  There's My Sweetheart   Options Finnish Design  RCA Victor  1972 
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Francesco Cusa Trio Meets Carlo Atti  Keynes and the Macro-Theory of the Structural Implosion of the Standard   Options From Sun Ra to Donald Trump  Clean Feed  2017 
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Griot Galaxy  Spectrum   Options Live at the D.I.A.  Entropy Stereo Recordings  1983/2003 
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Henry Cow  Morning Star   Options In Praise of Learning  Virgin  1975 
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Illegal Crowns  Louise Knows   Options The No-Nosed Puppet  RogueArt  2019 
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João Lencastre's Communion 3  The Last Walk   Options Song(s) of Hope  Clean Feed  2019 
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Booker T. & The MGs 

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Karel Velebny  Andulko Šafářová   Options SHQ  ESP-Disk'  1967 
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Lisbon String Trio & Karoline Leblanc  Untitled 2   Options Liames  Creative Sources  2017 
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Manfred Schoof  Virtue   Options Manfred Schoof Sextett  Wergo  1967 
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Northwoods Improvisers  Blue Star   Options Star Garden  Entropy Stereo Recordings  2000 
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Ochion Jewell Quartet  Black Is the Colour (of My True Love's Hair)   Options Volk  Ochion Jewell  2015 
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Pachora  Silencio   Options Astereotypical  Winter & Winter  2003 
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Quintopus  Hooch & Eats   Options The Adjacent Possible  eyes & ears  2020 
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Ray Anderson  My Children Are the Reason Why I Need to Own My Publishing   Options Cheer Up  hat HUT  1995 
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Sam Newsome  Blue Monk   Options This Masquerade  SteepleChase  2001 
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Thomas Chapin  Ugly Beauty   Options Never Let Me Go: Quartets '95 & '96  Playscape  1995/2012 
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Urs Voerkel  Heiweh   Options s'Gschänk  FMP  1976 
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Vinko Globokar  Discours II pour cinq trombones   Options Discours II / Sequenza V / Solo Für Melodie-Instrument Mit Rückkopplung / Consecuenza  Deutsche Grammophon  1970 
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Wacław Zimpel To Tu Orchestra  Winter Walk   Options Nature Moves  For Tune  2013 
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Natural Food 

Fair Breeze on Buzzard's Bay   Options

 

 

 

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Winston Mankunku  Doodlin'   Options Yakhal' Inkomo  World Record Co.  1968 
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Xero Slingsby and The Works  Shove It   Options Shove It  paan  1985 
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Yoni Kretzmer 2Bass Quartet  Ballad   Options Book II  OutNow Recordings  2015 
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Zach Clarke  Celebrate Unity   Options Random Acts of Order  Clean Feed  2017 
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Zeit  Sintesi   Options Un Giorno in Una Piazza del Mediterraneo  Materiali Sonori  1979 
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Zeit  Kalimba   Options Il Cerchio Degil Antichi Colori  Materiali Sonori  1981 
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Mouse on Mars 

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Active Ingredients  Absence   Options Titration  Delmark  2002 
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Bob Ackerman Trio  Ode to Johnny Hodges and Benny Carter   Options Old & New Magic  Silkheart  1993 
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Dudu Pukwana & Spear 

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Flute Music 

Caroline 

1975 

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Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:59am listener james from westwood:

Happy autumn Sunday, Jeff and all!
  9:00am DJpeterDE:

G’morning
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:00am Jeff Golick:

Thanks, @listener james from westwood! And to you. How goes?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:01am Jeff Golick:

Welcome and hellooo, @DJpeterDE!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:01am WR:

Hello Jeff G and all.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:02am fred:

Good morning Jeff and listeners. I went to a gig for the first time in over 6 months this week!
Avatar 9:06am hyde:

hello!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:07am Jeff Golick:

Hi there, @WR! @fred! @hyde!

Hey, @fred! THANK YOU SO MUCH!
  9:08am Listener Gregory:

"Not now, Jesus" is what I said at 9 am when God told me to turn on the radio. But I finally heard the Word. Hallelujah! Morning, all.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:08am Jeff Golick:

What gig, @fred?
Avatar 9:08am Stork here:

Now I'll learn my ABC's!! Hi, all! A is for all!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:08am Jeff Golick:

Amen, @Listener Gregory! Glad you caught the spirit.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:10am listener james from westwood:

@Jeff I'm wrapping a giant copyediting job (yes, today) for a first-time client and trying to fight down the sneaking feeling I've forgotten something huge.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:12am Jeff Golick:

@Stork! Wassup! It's as easy as 1,2,3!

@ljfw: Well, congrats on the finishing part. Just don't forget to bill 'em.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:14am fred:

First set was on central France bagpipe, really good, one drone piece and one more rhythmic. Second set featured custom made instruments, and a little too long for me, I thought they tended to get lost sometimes in exploring the sounds. That should get better eventually as they get used to them. Interesting though. And so good to hear live music again
Avatar 9:14am Stork here:

Wow, Jeff! Great stuff!! I've been looking for Gault's music for a while now. Really fascinating.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:15am Rock Ridge Chess Club:

Anyone know if there is a way to "Credit my pledge to..." for shows on Give The Drummer stream? I see no destination:Out, d:O Radio, ... I find myself over here more and more these days and would like to give credit where credit is due.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:17am Jeff Golick:

Hi, @Rock Ridge Chess Club! And thanks, yeah! A direct route for this show is pledge.wfmu.org... -- otherwise, I think all of the alt stream shows are at the bottom of a long scroll on the pledge page.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:18am Rock Ridge Chess Club:

Right on. Thanks
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:18am fred:

@Rock Ridge Chess Club: I just did so, you just have to remove the default show (click on the X) then scroll way down the list on shows and you can select D:O there
  9:18am Listener Gregory:

@listener james, what is your policy on quotation marks and period?
Avatar 9:19am Stork here:

Loving the "C" entry a lot.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:20am Rock Ridge Chess Club:

Dammit! Clear as mud. Sorry, I slept late and just getting into my first cup of coffee.
Thanks to you too @fred
And Cheers everyone else.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:20am WR:

@Stork, I think I first heard of Gault on your Jackie McLean feature show.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:21am Jeff Golick:

Perhaps the easiest route is to click on the widget at the top of each show's playlist page, where it says PLEDGE NOW.
  9:22am Listener Gregory:

Jeff, I missed your opener (before I became enlightened). Why are you alphabetizing by first name? Following the lead of iTunes?
Avatar 9:22am Stork here:

Yeah, WR! And I only found out about Gault while researching for that show. Finds like that keep me going.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:24am Jeff Golick:

@LG: yeah, basically. Following the lead of digital file sorting everywhere (and especially on my own system).
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:25am fred:

@Listener Gregory: He's going with the way his folders are named on his computer, so first name letter
Avatar 9:26am Stork here:

First names are workin' great for this show!
  9:27am Listener Gregory:

Makes sense. When I was a kid, for a while I numbered all the LPs I bought. At some point (in the 30s, I think), I realized that this would be no help whatsoever in finding them. Of course, when I only had 15, that was not really an issue.
Avatar 9:28am hyde:

i'm not sure that i understand the cover for Finnish Design
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:29am fred:

I guess there won't be any Chinese musicians in this show, or do you go with sometimes unsteady transliteration?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:30am Jeff Golick:

Well, are you Finnish, @hyde?

I think I saw this group referred to as one of the best Finnish avant garde jazz groups of all time and who I am to argue.
  9:31am Listener Gregory:

@hyde, it's pretty obvious... the bass drum is in fact a can of spackle. Get it?
(Joke only works in Finnish.)
Avatar 9:32am hyde:

i obviously need to brush up on my Finnish. i'll start with Alvar Aalto
  9:33am Listener Gregory:

Åalto?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:33am Jeff Golick:

@fred: yes, the line-up is pretty much anglo-centric.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:34am fred:

Speaking of covers, the Francesco Cusa one is quite arresting
  9:35am Listener Gregory:

Remember your Finnish mnemonic: å before a except when it's ä.
(I have a Finnish friend who has an ä in her name; she claims it is NOT an umlaut.)
  9:36am DJpeterDE:

My guess was that last tenor was Gary Thomas but we were only up to F
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:37am fred:

@Listener Gregory: Not even a metal one?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:40am Jeff Golick:

@DJpeterDE: I don't know Gary Thomas. Horn player was the Italian, Carlo Atti. Group is the drummer's, tho -- Francesco Cusa.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:44am fred:

Weird that you never played Henry Cow before
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:45am Artie:

A gathering of the outré, a little coffee, and the occasional gong. A good morning for all.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:46am Jeff Golick:

I thought so, too, @fred. The whole research process was very humbling.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:46am Jeff Golick:

Strike that gong, for @Artie is here!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:48am WR:

I thought X would be Asian, not that I know how to pronounce a name starting with X, and I guess there could be a (an?) Xenakis or Xerxes that you have not played.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:53am fred:

@WR: X could also go to Xavier Charles, who has many bands but seldom records under his own name
  9:54am mic_a:

Materializing out of the no-comment plane to strongly recommend Benjamin Piekut's Henry Cow book, "The World Is A Problem". It does the complicated job of thoroughly documenting a complicated ensemble.
Avatar 9:54am Stork here:

The occasional gong and a frequent bong, I always say, Artie.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:56am Jeff Golick:

@mic_a! Glad to see you and glad for the book rec (always).
  9:57am Listener Gregory:

Mnemonic update: å before a except when it's ä or in a nãborly wãy.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:58am fred:

Yep, within walking distance of Paris
  10:03am DJpeterDE:

Not asking as a gotcha but because I want to know: is that how Benoît is pronounced?
  10:04am Listener Gregory:

Velebny album cover is novel.
Avatar 10:06am Stork here:

Never heard of Velebny. Most great!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:06am Jeff Golick:

@DJpeterDE: listener @fred would know, I'm guessing. From what I can recall from my rudimentary high school French, each vowel gets a mention, and the circumflex accent gets its time to shine. But I might be 100% wrong.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:08am Jeff Golick:

@LG: yes, it's a real grabber.
  10:08am Listener Gregory:

Bonus Ls! Lisbon, Leblanc, Liames!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:10am fred:

The circumflex accent usually has no bearing on how to pronounce a word. It's just a class marker
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:12am Jeff Golick:

Fascinating, @fred. So, is it BEN-OH-EET? Or BEN-OYT?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:12am Jeff Golick:

Meanwhile, I'm still looking for verification on Helias.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:14am fred:

More like BEN-OYT (two syllables), but probably more like BEN-WHA
  10:15am DJpeterDE:

Jeff: is your physical collection also organized by initial letter?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:17am Jeff Golick:

Aha, thanks, @fred.

@DJpeterDE: when I had it out and accessible, it was by last name or group name. Now it is randomly shoved into boxes, in storage.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:18am doctorjazz:

Hey, D.O. folks, hi!
  10:19am DJpeterDE:

@jeff Truth
  10:20am DJpeterDE:

The advantage of living out in the burbs is you can have your collection in shelves
  10:21am Listener Gregory:

I probably have less than 5% of my collection digitized, so if I didn't use the alphabet, I would be completely lost. The circumflex really challenges my alphabetization rules, though.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:22am fred:

@DJpeterDE: I think doc agrees with you
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:22am Jeff Golick:

Greetings, @doctorjazz!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:23am doctorjazz:

Aha, got the show organization.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:25am doctorjazz:

Happy Abdullah Ibrahim birthday, all (actually 10/9)!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:26am fred:

@doctorjazz: which way do you go? First name or last name, and how do band names fit in?
  10:26am Listener Gregory:

Pachora! That group was revelatory when I first encountered it. And then I followed most of the group's members for years since. I think they started out as more of a Balkan-free jazz group originally. You hear a tiny bit of that here, in the guitar (mandolin?).
Avatar 10:26am Stork here:

Excellent band. They did a live set back in WFMU East Orange days. Brad Shepik is anexcellent writer, and Speed and Black were some of the best downtown player around back then.
  10:27am DJpeterDE:

And Monk on the 10th
  10:28am DJpeterDE:

Here’s the real question: how do you shelve someone like Howlin’ Wolf or Sun Ra?
  10:29am DJpeterDE:

Or John Zorn’s Book of Angels — together by volume number? By artist?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:33am Jeff Golick:

In re storage: when we last moved about three years ago, we took a "short-term" storage unit, in order to manage all of the crap we'd accumulated in 20 years at the old place. Well, cut to three years later and we've given up and surrendered to the idea that we need to keep this (expensive) unit, for our sanity. Brought some stuff over yesterday. Wife Kate pointed to a box of random CDs...and then just looked at me, blankly.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:33am fred:

@DJpeterDE: I order my records first in two stacks: seen live or not. Then each stack in ordered by color or whatever strikes my mind. I do that every year or so (though not this one). The point is that when I look for a record, I'll find another one I hadn't thought about. I organize for confusion
  10:34am Listener Gregory:

@DJpeterDE, I have my Book of Angels in its own pile on a shelf, ordered by number. I have no memory of who did them anyway, so I just leaf through them if I'm trying to find one to play.
  10:36am DJpeterDE:

Jeff again with storage unit #Truth
  10:36am Listener Gregory:

@Jeff, my sisters took a temporary storage unit back in... oh, 2005 maybe? And it is still there, racking up the monthly fees. If they had just given all the stuff away, they could have bought new items with the money saved from storage fees (given that most of it was not ever needed).
That said, getting rid of boxes of CDs is madness!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:38am Andrew Waterloo:

Ah.. Sam... one of my favourite performers
  10:38am Dean:

I just put down a deposit for a studio to be built in the backyard to house the records. Seriously considered getting rid of the records altogether.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:39am Jeff Golick:

Hey howdy, @Andrew Waterloo and @Dean!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:40am Jeff Golick:

@Andrew Waterloo: I saw Sam Newsome play a few years back and was incredibly impressed, but I haven't found that his records really do his playing justice?
Avatar 10:43am Stork here:

Such a fine show! Hard to believe you've never played ANY of these artists before, Jeff. Or is it any of these records? If this is just what's fallen through the cracks up till now... pretty friggin impressive.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:44am Jeff Golick:

Thanks, @Stork! These artists may have appeared here and there, but I have never typed any of these names in the "Artist" box before.
  10:44am DJpeterDE:

I swear by Bags Unlimited: all my single CDs are in polythene gatefold (booklet on one side, tray and disk on other, folds flat. Jewel box is 3 times too bulky. Of course something like hat art stays in the cardboard sleeve. Love that design! Blue note seems to have switched over to slim cardboard too.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:45am doctorjazz:

Really liked Quintopolous, a and Ray Anderson is a long timelove!

@Fred-pretty much the same way for physical media, last name or band name, though I ran out of shelf space at one point, so stuff after that is just "newer arrivals" (got more shelving, about full, extending out to other rooms). Digital is a mish mash-the computer generally does First name, so mostly it's that way, but some come "Last name, first name", and in slowly changing it to that format (maybe get to this when I retire, or, as my old Rabbis used to say, "When the Messiah comes".
  10:46am Listener Gregory:

@DJpeter, I use plastic sleeves made specifically for CDs, which I put into a CD shelf/drawer of some kind. The jewel boxes are truly ridiculous in their use of space.
  10:47am Listener Gregory:

@doctorj, the Messiah is having a lot of trouble keeping up with changes in technology, in my experience.
Avatar 10:49am hyde:

i have a big problem in my digital music organization where i'm always supposed to remove the "the" from folder names but often forget
  10:51am DJpeterDE:

You guys... this conversation about organizing collections... I feel seen.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:52am doctorjazz:

I also have things like Zorn projects by just filling them under Zorn, multi artist tribute albums can go in a Various area, as do things like Blues Mamas from the 20:s. And, no, it's not easy to find things often.
  10:53am Listener Gregory:

You are reaching some pretty obscure corners of the recorded world here, Jeff.
  10:54am Dean:

I'd file this Globokar record under G for the performing artist, the name of the composer whose track occupied the majority of the playing time, or V for Various.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:54am Jeff Golick:

I had several "Urs" to choose from, which surprised me, @LG.
Avatar 10:55am hyde:

my biggest organization of LPs mistake was interfiling my compilations alphabetically by name and then i can never remember the names of the compilations. should have created a seperate comps section!
  10:55am Dean:

https://libguides.ala.org/filing-rules/publications
Avatar 10:57am hyde:

@Dean the irony is that i have an MLS
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:57am doctorjazz:

As I've had 2 move CDs into other rooms, I just alphabetized from scratch in the second room, others still random.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:57am Jeff Golick:

Surprisingly, I may have overestimated how much time I'd need, so to compensate, we're getting two Ws!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:58am doctorjazz:

Classical is generally by composer, though a big pile is in a "no more room"area of the basement.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:00am doctorjazz:

(Actually, it's by label, Mercury, etc, for Audiophile stuff, some alphabetic for others)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:00am Jeff Golick:

Hey, @Stork's got a special one lined up for ye, in one hour: wfmu.org...

Double dose of birthday love for Art Blakey and Curtis Amy!
  11:00am Listener Gregory:

Berio is an interesting figure, who started out doing atonal composition like this and then began to explore traditional Italian folk songs and other less formal compositions. His ECM album Voci, with Kim Kashkashian, is a favorite of mine.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:02am fred:

@doctorjazz: I think your wife could help: the trash section would narrow down your collection quickly. Argue for what should be kept
  11:03am Dean:

Missing from the above @10:55, however, is specification of the element used to file, i.e., the "main entry" for the catalog record. Author/performer? Title of the piece? Composer?

As do I, @hyde. Lacking a card catalog or database to support discovery of syndetic relationships and alternative access points among the artists and works, I have to rely on a faltering memory.
Avatar 11:04am hyde:

@Dean haha, yep
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:05am doctorjazz:

@Fred, if we weren't isolated geographically and "Socially", my wife would give you a big kiss, : )
  11:09am Dean:

The problem for me with audiophile-versus-other storage is twofold: first, it exposes the obsession with recording sound quality abstracted from the musical performance itself; and second, some absolutely amazing recordings are not deemed audiophile, e.g., a lot of the work Marc Aubort and Joanna Nickrenz did for Nonesuch. I guess a third concern is that some badly made recordings are nevertheless supreme performances.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:09am doctorjazz:

(She's constantly organizing and getting rid of things, and me, well you know what I do.
(Bit like the Sisyphus story...)
  11:10am DJpeterDE:

Organizing classical is a pain. You really need a database
  11:11am DJpeterDE:

I guess you could use Discogs as a searchable database of your collection and then file classical by catalog number
  11:12am Listener Gregory:

@Dean, yes, like the days when I used to go to stereo stores, and they would put on a recording to demonstrate speakers (or whatever). The music would often be incredibly mediocre, but you would have to admit, "Boy, you really hear each string of that guitar! Gee, dig that stereo separation!"
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:12am fred:

@doctorjazz: She knew what she signed up for, though
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:14am doctorjazz:

Dean @11:09, I absolutely agree with you. It came about that way because I had a good friend, an Audiophile, who bought up collections, kept the better copy, and gave me the leftovers organized that way (sadly, at some point he just sold them on eBay).
  11:17am Dean:

The stereo store I frequented in the '80s at least played good stuff, too, including "badly made recordings" that "are nevertheless supreme performances," e.g., Furtwangler's Bruckner 5 from DG's Dokumente series. But they also played great recordings of great performances, e.g., Marianne Schroeder's early Feldman recital on hatHut, Piano. Rarely had to endure yet another spin of Famous Blue Raincoat.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:18am doctorjazz:

@Fred, she sort of knew that she was being nice and giving me the living room for the stereo and records. But I think she hadn't thought ahead that it wasn't a closed system...she did figure that out at some point, and i guess had made peace with it.
  11:18am DJpeterDE:

The word you are looking for is either double-double-you or quadruple-you
  11:19am Listener Gregory:

@Jeff, it is a true sign of faith for a jazz artist to think that his or her children will benefit from royalties of compositions.
  11:20am Listener Gregory:

Horace Silver's kids are probably getting the occasional royalty check.
Avatar 11:20am Stork here:

Thanks for the Stork Club comersh, Jeff. Can't wait! C'mon The Stork Club. It's just down the street. Can't wait!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:22am doctorjazz:

Used to go to High End Shows, and Graceland or Famous Blue Raincoat was all you heard.
The Brooklyn store I liked, which is now in Manhattan, had a salesman with terrific taste, Wes Phillips, and I had great fun bringing stuff and listening with him. (He later became a writer at Stereophile, then passed away at a young age)
  11:23am Listener Gregory:

There is an old ECM album, "Double Me, Double You," isn't there?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:24am fred:

@doctorjazz: Nice story. Does she listen to some shows on WFMU? I'd love to hear her take
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:25am doctorjazz:

She listens to two shows, Someday Matinee, and Acid Jazz Hands (Show music is her love).
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:26am doctorjazz:

The rest is annoying much of the time, tolerable others.
  11:26am DJpeterDE:

@LG yes, Kenny Wheeler. Inveterate punster
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:27am doctorjazz:

But the house is big enough for the two of us (and there's always headphones)
  11:27am Listener Gregory:

Kenny Wheeler, "Double, Double You" ECM 1262.
Thanks, @DJp!
  11:27am DJpeterDE:

It’s funny how there are certain adjectives like “inveterate” that are permanently attached to certain nouns
  11:27am Dean:

There's a Van der Graaf Generator tune, "W." Hamill puns off it.

I could never bring myself to attend a high end audio show. I much preferred establishing relationships with boutique retailers, e.g., Havens & Hardesty in OC. Bill Mohline, now an architect, was a knowledgeable salesman there. He designed some covers for Okka Disk during the '90s.
  11:31am Dean:

On a trip to NYC I made a pilgrimage to Sound by Singer, just 'cause. I walked in and confessed I had no intention of buying, but just wanted to see the gear on display. The salesperson was completely accommodating. Sat me down in front of a pair of Krell monoblocks the size of coffee tables (or so my memory exaggerates). Never been a fan of Krell, but the sheer monumentality was impressive.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:33am fred:

@doctorjazz: I haven't listened to Acid Jazz Hands, but I love Bronwyn's voice. She brought me to stuff I dismissed before, and I'm indebted to her for that
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:33am chresti:

Morning Jeff and OUTies!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:33am doctorjazz:

It was nice to meet some equipment designers at the shows, and some would play music you brought, or picked out of what they brought at the shows. But, by the end of the day, stuff just started sounding the same (I u used to review jazz for an Audiophile magazine, The Audiophile Voice, occasionally, so it let me meet some folks, and didn't cost me anything).
Avatar 11:35am hyde:

i'm going to nominate "annoying much of the time, tolerable others" as the new WFMU slogan
  11:36am Listener Gregory:

@hyde, you find it tolerable??? They are doing something wrong.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:36am doctorjazz:

@ Fred, Bronwyn does a really fine show music show (in WFMU style, she finds stuff so obscure that my very knowledgeable wife and older daughter spend much of the show with quizzical looks on their faces, but enjoying it).
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:38am fred:

@hyde: Get some visual on it and here's the next marathon T-shirt
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:38am doctorjazz:

: )
  11:38am Dean:

I think you nailed it, @doctorjazz. The prospect of eight hours of high-calorie audio doesn't seem all that appetizing. I once strolled into H&H and had a weird sense that something had changed sonically. Indeed, they had just introduced a new pair of amplifiers. I felt vindicated, and yet I also know that my ability to listen critically is compromised by a host of factors for which no double-blind testing can control.
  11:39am DJpeterDE:

Sintesi was so pretty that I had to take it outside with me when taking out the garbage
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:39am Jeff Golick:

@chresti! I see you!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:41am doctorjazz:

Great programming, Jeff!
  11:42am Listener Gregory:

I haven't heard any of this music before, so this is all good. However, my feelings are a bit hurt that it never occurred to Jeff to play a second G cut with the extra time.
  11:44am Dean:

Go with numerals.
Avatar 11:46am Stork here:

Doubling our pleasure! Wonderful show, Jeff!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:47am Jeff Golick:

@Dean, where were you six minutes ago.
  11:48am Listener Gregory:

No way we're going to get to G by noon...
Avatar 11:48am DJpeterDE:

AArdvark. BBKing. CCRider. DDBridgewater.
  11:48am Dean:

e.e. cummings
Avatar 11:49am hyde:

FFS
  11:49am Dean:

GG Allin
Avatar 11:51am hyde:

i can only think of HH Richardson
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:52am Jeff Golick:

I could play the audiobook of HHhH: www.amazon.com...

Y'all are wonderful. Please tell me what I should do for the singles going steady week.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:52am fred:

Ran out of letters like a hurricane. But I guess going greek wasn't an option
  11:53am Dean:

Play only flexi-discs or cereal box singles?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:53am doctorjazz:

Sun Ra singles are a start...lots of Blue Note tracks released on 45's
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:54am Jeff Golick:

Greek would be tough (for me). Shoulda done numbers...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:55am Ike:

Morning!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:55am Jeff Golick:

HEY BIG THANKS TO @DJpeterDE for the pledge that got the show to the 60% mark!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:55am Jeff Golick:

Yo, @Ike!
Avatar 11:55am hyde:

music only by unmarried people
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:55am doctorjazz:

Mosaic out out 3 volumes Commodore, all 78s, but should count.
  11:56am rw:

Good morning! Have I sent in a pledge to D:O yet??
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:56am Jeff Golick:

@rw - you did! Last week! Thanks!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:56am fred:

Speaking of Greek, did your son join a frat? How's the covid situation at his college?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:57am Jeff Golick:

No Greek life at his school. All good so far!
Avatar 11:57am hyde:

thanks!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:58am doctorjazz:

There a Keynote collection (have these on vinyl). 3 volumes of. Stax singles.
Thanks, Jeff! Fun show!
  11:59am rw:

Whew. Thanks JG!! D:O is always a great start to Sundays. Just wish I could wake up a little earlier!!
  11:59am Listener Gregory:

Very creative show, Jeff, even though certain important letters in the alphabet did not get all the attention they might have deserved. I guess you covered everything from A to B in the end.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:01pm chresti:

Thanks Jeff!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:01pm Jeff Golick:

Thanks to you, @hyde, @doctorjazz, @rw, @LG (more Gs next time, I promise), @fred, @chresti, and all who stopped by!
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