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Saturday, February 20, 2016

Playlist for the Unpopular Music webcast for February 20, 2016

Kind of a scatterbrained show this week. Some jazz, some electronics. A jump from the 14th century to some arty punk rock. Last minute set changes, happy and unhappy accidents. Technical problems leading into music that sounds like technical problems. Something for everyone!

See the playlist after the break...

artist song album comment label / date
Katie Lee Real Sick Sounds Songs of Couch and Consultation 1st part of theme Commentary Records
Naked City Inside Straight Naked City 2nd part of theme Nonesuch
Milt Jackson Sextet Conglomeration Kenny Dorham - Blues in Bebop Kenny Dorham (trp) Julius Watkins (hrn) Billy Mitchell (ts) Milt Jackson (vbs) Curley Russell (b) Kenny Clarke (d) Savoy Jazz
John Zorn / George Lewis / Bill Frisell This I Dig of You News for Lulu John Zorn (as) George Lewis (tbn) Bill Frisell (g)
tune by Hank Mobley
Hat Hut Records
Gary McFarland Last Rites for the Promised Land America the Beautiful, an Account of Its Disappearance
Bernie Glow, Ernie Royal,, Snooky Young, Marvin Stamm (trp)
Garnett Brown (tbn) Jim Buffington (hrn) Harvey Phillips (tba) Hubert Laws, Jerome Richardson, Ray Beckenstein, Romeo Penque, Wally Caine (reeds) Aaron Rosand, David Nadien (vln) Al Brown (vla) George Ricci (vc) Warren Bernhardt (p) Eric Gayle (g) Chuck Rainey (b) Bernard Purdie (d) Warren Smith (prc)
DCC Jazz
Ran Blake / Jaki Byard On Green Dolphin Street Improvisations song by Bronislaw Kaper and Ned Washington Soul Note
Wayne Horvitz This New Generation This New Generation music behind DJ Nonesuch
Ashanti Afrika-Jah Man Must Enjoy Pray to God song by Allan Parker, Kofi Soja, and Kuuku Andon Nigerphone
Fred Anderson Quintet Dark Day Another Place Fred Anderson (ts) George Lewis (tbn) Billy Brimfield (trp) Brian Smith (b) Hank Drake (d, prc)
misidentified on the sleeve as “The Bull”
Recorded Live at 7th International New Jazz Festival, 1978, Moers.
Moers Music
The Orlando Consort Dis et Sept, Cinq Songs from Le Voir Dit Matthew Venner (ctn) Angus Smith, Mark Dobel (ten) Donald Grieg (bar)
composed by Guillaume de Machaut
The Ex Weapons for El Salvador Singles. Period. (The Vinyl Years 1980-1990) of songs containing the phrase “war is over, if you want it”, the one I prefer Touch and Go Records
Battles featuring Matias Aguayo Ice Cream Gloss Drop Dave Konopka (b, g, effects) John Stanier (d) Ian Williams (g, keys) Matias Aguayo, Gary Numan, Kazu Makino, Yamantaka Eye (voc) Warp
Spaceheads Trip To The Moon Trip To The Moon EP music behind DJ Electric Brass
Can Spoon Ege Bamyasi Holger Czukay (b) Michael Karoli (g) Jaki Liebezeit (d) Irmin Schmidt (keys) Damo Suzuki (voc) Mute
The Police The Other Way of Stopping Zenyatta Mondatta music behind DJ A&M
Tyondai Braxton Outpost HIVE1 Tyondai Braxton (syn) Chris Thompson, Matthew Smallcomb, Yuri Yamashita (prc) Nonesuch
Vladimir Ussachevsky Suite from No Exit - Part 3 Film Music

New World Records
Anonymous 4 Love Fail – No. 8: Forbidden Subjects Love Fail Ruth Cunningham, Marsha Genensky, Susan Hellauer, Jacqueling Horner-Kwiatek
composed by David Lang
Laurie Anderson Born, Never Asked Big Science Laurie Anderson (voc, vln, handclaps) David Van Tieghem (prc) Roma Baran, Perry Hoberman (handclaps) Warner Bros.
Pere Ubu A Day Such As This Song of the Bailing Man Pere Ubu (v.4.1): David Thomas (voc) Mayo Thompson (g) Allen Ravenstine (syn) Tony Maimone (b)
Anton Fier (d, p, prc) Eddie "Tan Tan" Thornton (trp)
Nels Cline; Sō Percussion Terminals 3 Terminals Nels Cline (g) Eric Cha-Beach, Josh Quillen, Adam Sliwinski, Jason Treuting (prc)
music by Bobby Previte
Tom Zé A Noite do Meu Bem Todos os Olhos featuring Grupo Capote Continental
Miles Davis Directions II The Complete “In A Silent Way” Sessions Miles Davis (tpt) Wayne Shorter (ss) Chick Corea (el-p) Josef Zawinul (el-p, org) Dave Holland (b) Jack De Johnette (d, prc) Teo Macero (prc) Sony
Herbie Hancock Earth Beat Future Shock music behind DJ Columbia

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