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Saturday, April 29, 2017

Playlist for the Unpopular Music Webcast for April 29, 2017

In which your host is not quite as over the flu as he thought when he left the house, but I think not a bad show for being thrown together at the last minute, mostly things I heard in the past week. A mix of jazz, classical (old and new), blues, pop, and other.

Oh, and remember, just because the music is being played by an orchestra, it doesn't mean you can't crank it up.

There are also a couple of my all-time favorites in here, which I'm surprised I hadn't played before (the Zorn and Putnam's Camp)

See the playlist after the break...





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
Eric Dolphy Gazzelloni Out to Lunch Eric Dolphy (flt) Freddie Hubbard (trp)Bobby Hutcherson (vbs) Richard Davis (b) Tony Williams (d)
Blue Note
Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra Blue Goose The Blanton-Webster Band Rex Stewart (crnt) Wallace Jones, Cootie Williams (trp) Lawrence Brown, Joe Nanton (tbn) Juan Tizol (vlv tbn) Barney Bigard (clt) Johnny Hodges (ss) Otto Hardwick (as, clt) Ben Webster (ts) Harry Carney (bs, cl, as) Duke Ellington (p) Fred Guy (g) Jimmie Blanton (b) Sonny Greer (d)
The Ex & Brass Unbound Bicycle Illusion Enormous Door Brass Unbound - Mats Gustafsson, Ken Vandermark (sax), Roy Paci (trpt) Wolter Wierbos (tbn) 2012
Wayne Horvitz This New Generation This New Generation music behind DJ
Tembembe Ensamble Continuo / Hesperion XXI / Jordi Savall Danza de Moctezuma El Nuevo Mundo - Folias Criollas Andrew Lawrence-King (hrp) Enrique Barona (prc)
Alia Vox

Bang On A Can All-Stars sunray Big Beautiful Dark and Scary
Ashley Bathgate (vc) Robert Black (b)Vicky Chow (p) David Cossin (prc) Mark Stewart (g) Evan Ziporyn (clt)
music by David Lang
download it here
Cantaloupe Music
Donald Berman and Steve Drury Quarter-Tone Pieces (3), for 2 pianos, S. 128 (K. 3C3) - III: Chorale The Unknown Ives, Vol. 2
Donald Berman, Steve Drury (p)
one piano is tuned a quarter-tone higher than the other
New World Records
Frank Zappa Put a motor in yourself Civilization Phaze III Frank Zappa at the Synclavier
Barking Pumpkin
Spaceheads Trip to the Moon Trip to the Moon EP music behind DJ
Electric Brass
Harold Land Blue Nellie Take Aim Harold Land (ts) Martin Banks (trp, tune) Amos Trice (p) Clarence Jones (b) Leon Pettis (d)
Blue Note
Yo La Tengo Georgia vs. Yo La Tengo Summer Sun music behind DJ
Joe Jackson The In Crowd / Down to London Summer in the City: Live in New York
Joe Jackson (p, voc) Graham Maby (b, voc) Gary Burke (d)
In Crowd by Billy Page, London by Joe Jackson
Zentripetal Duo Melodies Alone Can Proudly Carry Their Own Death Melodies Alone Can Proudly Carry Their Own Death - The Chamber Music of Gene Pritsker
Lynn Bechtold - violin, Jennifer DeVore – cello
music by Gene Pritsker
Artist Concordance
Kent Nagano; Deutches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin Symphony No. 3 "Wagner Symphony" in d minor - III: Scherzo - Ziemlich Schnell Bruckner - Symphony Nr. 3
music by Anton Bruckner
Original Version "Originalfassung"
Harmonia Mundi
John Zorn The Big Gundown The Big Gundown: John Zorn Plays the Music the Music of Ennio Morricone Music by Ennio Morricone, arr. John Zorn
Howard Hanson; Eastman-Rochester Orchestra Three Places in New England - II: Putnam's Camp, Redding, Connecticut Hanson conducts Ives, Schuman, Mennin music by Charles Ives
Mercury Living Presence
Pink Floyd Astronomie Domine The Piper at the Gates of Dawn Syd Barrett (voc, g) Richard Wright (org) Roger Waters (b) Nick Mason (d) 1967
John Lee Hooker Looking Back Over My Day I Feel Good! John Lee Hooker (voc, g) Lowell Fulson (g) SP Leary (d) 1969
Harry Nilsson Fairfax Rag Harry song by Bill Martin
Michael Gordon My Frig Light Is Calling music behind DJ
Paul Motian Band Boomerang Psalm Paul Motian (d) Bill Frisell (g) Ed Schuller (b) Joe Lovano (ts) Billy Drewes

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