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Saturday, April 23, 2016

Playlist for the Unpopular Music webcast for April 23, 2016

A good day for sitting inside and listening to the internet (not that anyone listened to this show). We also learn a couple of interesting scientific tidbits.

See the playlist after the break...

artist song album comment label / date
Nick Drake Pink Moon Way to Blue, an introduction to Nick Drake special guest 1st part of theme
originally from Pink Moon
Hannibal Records
Naked City Inside Straight Naked City 2nd part of theme Nonesuch
Kris Davis / Ingrid Laubrock / Tyshawn Sorey Ghost Machine Paradoxical Frog Kris Davis (p, composer) Ingrid Laubrock (ts) Tyshawn Sorey (d) Clean Feed Records
Gordon Grdina Cluster No Difference Gordon Grdina (oud, bowed g) Mark Helias (b) Songlines
John Lee Hooker Roll and Tumble I Feel Good! John Lee Hooker (voc, g) Lowell Fulson (g) SP Leary (d) Get Back Records
Lisa Germano Phantom Love Geek The Girl music behind DJ 4AD
Nana Vasconcelos Abôios Africadeus Nana Vasconcelos (prc, voc) Saravah
Henry Threadgill Zooid Dosepic (for cello) In for a penny, in for a pound Henry Threadgill (as, flt, b flt) Jose Davila (tba) Liberty Ellman (g) Christopher Hoffman (vc) Elliot Humberto Kavee (d, prc)
from the winner of the 2015 Pulitzer Prize for music
Pi Recordings
Getatchew Mekurya Shellèla Ethiopiques, Vol. 14: Negus of Ethiopian Sax Getatchew Mekurya (ts, RIP) Girma Beyene, Getatchew Degefu (p, org)Bogale Welde-Hanna (sax, prc) Mekonnen Mersha (trp) Abbebe Haylou, Alemayehu Eshete (b) Eshetu Hayle (d) Buda Musique circa 1972
Wayne Horvitz This New Generation This New Generation music behind DJ Nonesuch
LOK 03+1 Signals Signals Alexander von Schlippenbach, Aki Takase (p) Paul Lovens (d) DJ Illvibe (turntables, faderboard) Trost Records
Casiokids En Vill Hest (Prins Thomas Remix) [edit] Topp stemning på lokal bar music behind DJ Polyvinyl
Don Byron SEX/WORK (Clarence/Anita) Music for Six Musicians Don Byron (clt) Edsel Gomez (p) Graham Haynes (crnt) Kenny Davis (b) Jerry Gonzalez (cng) Ben Wittman (d) Nonesuch
Ensemble Ambrosius Alien Orifice The Zappa Album Olli Virtaperko (vc) Jani Sunnarborg (bsn) Ere Lievonen (hpd) Tuukka Terho (lte, mnd) Jasu Moisio (obe) Jonte Knif (org, mldca)
music by Frank Zappa arr. Olli Virtaperko
Joel Cohen, Boston Camerata, Ensemble Project Ars Nova Doce dame debonnaire Le Roman de Fauvel Cheryl Ann Fulton (hrp) Erato
Boston Early Music Festival Chamber Ensemble, Paul O'Dette, Stephen Stubbs Actéon, H. 481 - Scene IV, No. 12: Plainte Actéon music by Marc-Antoine Charpentier CPO
Continuum Elegie A Continuum Portrait 2 Cheryl Seltzer (p)
music by Henry Cowell
Nina Simone You'll Never Walk Alone Little Girl Blue Nina Simone (p) Jimmy Bond (b) Albert "Tootie" Heath (d)
song by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II
Van Morrison Beside You Astral Weeks Van Morrison (voc, g) Jay Berliner (g) Warren Smith, Jr. (vbs) Richard Davis (b) unknown (flt) Warner Bros.
Jack DeJohnette's Special Edition Herbie's Hand Cocked Irresistible Forces Jack DeJohnette (d, prc, keys) Gary Thomas (ts) Greg Osby (as) Lonnie Plaxico (b) Mick Goodrick (g) Naná Vasconcelos (prc, voc) Impulse!
Robert Ashley Tarzan Improvement: An Opera for Television from the album notes - Singers on “Tarzan” are from the Sanuma and Ye-kuana tribes of Venezuela (verses 1, 5); from the Dominican Republic (verse 2); and from Haiti (verses 3, 4). The Sanuma singer, "Alehandro" (his Spanish name), is a master singer in his village. The Ye-kuana singer Matias
Fortunado helped in directing the Sanuma and Ye-kuana singers.
Paul Motian & the E.B.B.B. Rootie Tootie Play Monk and Powell Chris Cheek, Chris Potter (ts) Steve Cardenas, Kurt Rosenwinkel (g) Steve Swallow (b) Paul Motian (d)
tune by Thelonious Monk
Winter and Winter
Michael Gordon My Frig Light Is Calling music behind DJ Nonesuch
Yo La Tengo Here to Fall Popular Songs Georgia Hubley (d) Ira Kaplan (voc, g, el p) James McNew (b) string arrangements by Richard Evans
Ira and James pay tribute to Richard Evans here

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