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Saturday, April 16, 2016

Playlist for the Unpopular Music webcast for April 16, 2016

A sleepy (for me, hopefully not for you) program. The jazz is frontloaded in the first hour, which is a bit more rockin' than usual. A classical/jazz mix for hour two, with some afropop in both halves. Also, a tribute to 90's-era end of CD hidden tracks.

See the playlist after the break...

artist song album comment label / date
World Saxophone Quartet Take the "A" Train Plays Duke Ellington opening fanfare
tune by Billy Strayhorn
Julius Hemphill (as, arr.) Oliver Lake (as) David Murray (ts) Hamiet Bluiett (bs)
Naked City Inside Straight Naked City 2nd part of theme Nonesuch
Don Byron SNIBOR Bug Music: Music of the Raymond Scott Quintette, John Kirby & His Orchestra, and the Duke Ellington Orchestra Don Byron (clt, arr.) David Gilmore (g) Uri Caine (p) Kenny Davis (b) Billy Hart (d) Nonesuch
Hank Jones Oh! Look at me now! Kids - live at Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola song by Joe Bushkin and John DeVries Blue Note
Cannonball Adderley with Bill Evans Waltz for Debby Know What I Mean? Cannonball Adderley (as) Bill Evans (p, tune) Percy Heath (b) Connie Kay (d) Riverside
Wayne Horvitz This New Generation This New Generation music behind DJ Nonesuch
Khaira Arby Waidio Timbuktu Tarab “A song about the anguish of women. Happiness for women is gone. In these times we cannot speak of happiness and light. Why in a country of beautiful women do men go to war?” more here Clermont Music ‎ 2010
Bill Frisell Hard Plains Drifter, or: as I take my last breath and the noose grows tight, the incredible events of the past three days flash before my eyes Before We Were Born Bill Frisell (g) Hank Roberts (vc) Kermit Driscoll (b) Joey Baron (d)
arr. John Zorn
Elektra Musician
Bernie Worrell Beware of Dog Funk of Ages Bernie Worrell (keys) Maceo Parker (as) Vernon Ried (g) Jimmy Hawes (b) Doug Bowne (d) Gramavision
Dymaxion Cat Periscope Dymaxion x 4+3=39:21 I have the Japanese import, so I can't tell you anything Trattoria Menu
Spaceheads Trip to the Moon Trip to the Moon EP music behind DJ Electric Brass
Pere Ubu Heart of Darkness Datapanik in the Year Zero [Box] credits from the original single sleeve:
Crocus Behemoth - lead vocals, radio, cpt. of palcontents
Peter Laughner - guitar, cat piano, bass guitar, whisper
Thom Herman - guitar, spinal guitar, bass guitar, whisper
Tim Wright - phynancial guitar, bass guitar, whisper
Scott Krauss - drums
Allen Ravenstine - synthesizer, modulation
more here

Yo La Tengo Georgia vs. Yo La Tengo Summer Sun music behind DJ Matador
Lee Konitz Cork 'n Bib Lee Konitz Meets Jimmy Giuffre Lee Konitz (as), Jimmy Giuffre (bar, arr), Hal McKusick (as), Ted Brown, Warne Marsh (ts), Bill Evans (p), Buddy Clark (b), Ronnie Free (dr) Verve

Frank Strobel; Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin Glass Harmonica - le musicien, le réveil Alfred Schnittke: Film Music Edition music by Alfred Schnittke for the film by Andrey Khrzhanovskiy Capriccio
Steven Isserlis; Pascal Devoyon Sonata No. 1, Op. 109 in d minor - I: Allegro Faure - Complete Works for Cello music by Gabriel Fauré RCA
HK Gruber / Ensemble Modern Öl-Musik (Oil Music), suite for voice & wind ensemble
1. Nachtszene (Night-scene)
2. Arbeitsrhythmus 1 (Work-rhythm 1)
3. Arbeiterlied 1 (Workers' Song 1)
4. Arbeitsrhythmus 2 (Work-rhythm 2)
5. Arbeiterlied 2 (Workers' Song 2)
6. Finale--Die Muschel von Margate (The Mussel of Margate)
Weill: Berlin im Licht arranged by David Drew from the incidental music for Konjunktur text by Felix Gasbarra Largo
Henry Threadgill Ensemble Double Up Old Locks and Irregular Verbs – Part 3 Old Locks and Irregular Verbs Jason Moran, David Virelles (p) Roman Filiu, Curtis MacDonald (as) Christopher Hoffman (vc) Jose Davila (tba) Craig Weinrib (d) Pi Recordings
Kenny Barron Melancholia Wanton Spirit tune by Duke Ellington Verve
Benoît Delbecq Trio Yompa The Sixth Jump Benoît Delbecq (p) Jean-Jacques Avenel (b) Emile Biayenda (d, prc) Songlines
Aphex Twin hat5c 0001 rec-4 Computer Controlled Acoustic Instruments pt2 EP music behind DJ Warp
Rachid and Fehti Ana Ghrib 1970's Algerian Folk and Pop

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