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Options January 19, 2011: Sing Baby Sing (with special guests William Parker and Leena Conquest)

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments
The Stylistics  Sing Baby Sing   Options   Avco  1975  45   
Gene Harris  Listen Here   Options   Concord Jazz  1989  CD   
Miles Davis  So What   Options Kind of Blue  Sony  2008  CD  Originally released in 1959 
Wes Montgomery   Goin' Out of My Head   Options Talkin' Verve: Groovy!  Verve  1998  CD  Originally released in 1966 
 
Nina Simone  Save Me   Options To Be Free  Sony/Legacy  2008  CD   
Freddie Hubbard  Red Clay   Options Red Clay  Sony   2010  CD  Originally released in 1970. 
Rahsaan Roland Kirk  What's Going On / Mercy Mercy Me   Options Blacknuss  32 Jazz  1999  CD  Originally released in 1972 
Esther Phillips  Home Is Where the Hatred Is   Options Set Me Free  Sony  2010  CD  Originally released in 1970 
 
Stanley Turrnetine  Sure As You're Born   Options Let it Go  Impulse  1991  CD  Originally released in 1966, theme song from the movie "Harper" 
Shirley Scott  Cute   Options Queen of the Organ  Impulse  1993  CD  Originally released in 1964 
 
William Parker Organ Quartet  Let's Go Down to the River   Options Uncle Joe's Spirit House  AUM Fidelity  2010  CD   
Dok Wallach  Meditations on Integration   Options Live in Lisbon  Jazzwerkstatt  2009  CD   
 
Jon Irabagon  Foxy (Radio Edit)   Options Foxy  Hot Cup  2010  CD   
ICE Ensemble  Soul Bossa Nova   Options I Dig  Innova  2001  CD   
Mr. Ho's Orchestrotica  The Boulevard Of Broken Dreams   Options The Unforgettable Sounds of Esquivel  Orchestrotica  2010  CD   
Fontella Bass  Rescue Me   Options Classic R&B Oldies from the 60's, volume 1  MCA  1994  CD  Originally released in 1965 
 
Lester Bowie Brass Fantasy  Remember the Time   Options The Fire This Time  In & Out  1992  CD   
Curtis Mayfield & the Impressions  Keep On Pushing   Options The Anthology: 1961-1977  MCA  1992  CD   
William Parker  This Is My Country   Options I Plan To Stay A Believer: The Inside Songs of Curtis Mayfield  AUM Fidelity  2010  CD   
 
William Parker  improvisation   Options Live at WFMU right now         
William Parker  interview   Options          
George Clinton   Gypsy Woman   Options George Clinton an dhis Gangsters of Love  Shanachie  2008  CD   
0(+>  La, La, La Means <o> Love U   Options Emancipation  NPG Records  1996  CD   
Mayte  House of Brick (Brick House)   Options Child of the Sun  NPG Records  1995  CD   
World Saxophone Quartet  For the Love of Money   Options Rhythm and Blues  Elektra/Nonesuch  1989  CD   
Marianne Faithfull  Ooh Baby Baby   Options Easy Come Easy Go  Verve  2008  CD   
 
Petula Clark  The Show is Over   Options Beautiful Sounds: The Petula Clark Songbook  Castle  2000  CD   

Listener comments!

  Wed. 1/19/11 12:02pm annie:

:)
  Wed. 1/19/11 12:02pm Cecile:

Love this. Such a pure voice. You know he sang doo-wop as a wee tad.
  Wed. 1/19/11 12:02pm Listener Bill:

William Parker! Wow!!
  Wed. 1/19/11 12:11pm frenchee:

Back in the 80s, I worked at a restaurant in a college town. They went through a jazz phase. At some point THE ONLY CD we were allowed to play was "Kind of Blue."
  Wed. 1/19/11 12:15pm annie:

wow frenchee, how restrictive for the diners. our best cafe here in town knows who's tending bar by the music they play. they reign over the cd player.
  Wed. 1/19/11 12:15pm frenchee:

when Miles Davis died and WKCR played 48 hours of Miles in tribute, I had a new job, installing art at a Queens art gallery. We were painting the floors battleship gray and listening to every outtake and version of "Kind of Blue" ever set to acetate.
  Wed. 1/19/11 12:16pm annie:

although, this is my fave piece. i do admit that
  Wed. 1/19/11 12:17pm frenchee:

Annie, eventually the owners capitulated and we could play about six other CDs.
  Wed. 1/19/11 12:18pm frenchee:

Oh, and Iwent to grade school with Wes Montgomery's daughter. She was a mean girl.
  Wed. 1/19/11 12:20pm annie:

hehe, how nice.. there was another breakfast spot cafe here, you could tell what time it was by the music on the player. they just pushed play on the cd rack.never changed the cds. a great way to turn someone off a piece of music.
  Wed. 1/19/11 12:22pm annie:

i can tell this is gonna be a great show
  Wed. 1/19/11 12:24pm ╬▓rian:

Say, I like this courier font.
  Wed. 1/19/11 12:27pm frenchee:

Annie, I love your chrono-cafe stories!
  Wed. 1/19/11 12:30pm annie:

oh, and we have cafes... they just aren't run by deejays. when i had my little cafe, i made sure the music was shakin! satisfied my retired deejay mentality. one write-up said i had the best music in town
  Wed. 1/19/11 12:31pm annie:

...i stay out of places that play the local commercial radio station or npr.
  Wed. 1/19/11 12:39pm DJ KG:

hi everyone! thanks for tuning in!
  Wed. 1/19/11 12:39pm Cecile:

I LOVE Blacknuss. The best soul jazz album EVAH.
  Wed. 1/19/11 12:40pm Carmichael:

Man, I missed Nina Simone. Great show though, Kurt.

I know you're in a horn mode, but some Monk would do wonderful things for my morale.
  Wed. 1/19/11 12:49pm Dog-Faced Boy:

I'm in a horn mood, too. How about a little trip to Naked City with our friend John Zorn?
  Wed. 1/19/11 12:59pm listener 108365:

can some Blues and the Absract Truth be far behind? great selections
  Wed. 1/19/11 1:00pm glenn:

stream/playlist?
  Wed. 1/19/11 1:01pm glenn:

never mind. it's back.
  Wed. 1/19/11 1:03pm frenchee:

Shirley! alllllllllll right!
  Wed. 1/19/11 1:17pm emmagineering:

i've got some Verve anthology wes montgomery cued up in my to listen stack. cool how his guitar sound was so unique. oh and niiiice impulse! jazz!!!

these minotaurs get around!
  Wed. 1/19/11 1:21pm DJ KG:

wes is boss!
  Wed. 1/19/11 1:28pm coelacanth:

This bites....i've got to leave. Kurt, will this be archived? (i know special events sometimes are not)
  Wed. 1/19/11 1:30pm Cecile:

Ha! I remembered Jon Irabegon from something. It was those Phil Mosberg Quartet records.
  Wed. 1/19/11 1:31pm emmagineering:

when i used to play "Movin' Wes" by wes montgomery for my coworkers, they always said "emma's playing that austin powers music again." hahaha...
  Wed. 1/19/11 1:32pm DJ KG:

sorry you have to go, coel. yeah, the show will be archived
  Wed. 1/19/11 1:33pm DJ KG:

heh heh - like that woody allen music, emmab!
  Wed. 1/19/11 1:41pm roscoe sugarfield:

GOTTSCHALK IS KILLIN ITTTTTTTT
  Wed. 1/19/11 1:42pm frenchee:

yes, roscoe, he is.
  Wed. 1/19/11 1:47pm Parq:

What Roscoe and Frenchie said -- great show, even by your own high standards.
  Wed. 1/19/11 1:51pm coelacanth:

whew! close one. Thank you Kurt. Thank you William. (been a fan since the early days of David Ware's 3rd ear recitation.) i especially like your arco bits. 'Psyched for the archives! ..Peace. .....awww,i'm leaving during Curtis?
  Wed. 1/19/11 1:51pm Looms:

Beautiful selection of jazz and soul numbers, thanks.
  Wed. 1/19/11 1:52pm maja NL:

These Wednesdays!!!! They start with John Allen and it just does't stop! Great show Kurt. And Irwin to go, later.. So happy!
  Wed. 1/19/11 1:53pm roscoe sugarfield:

yessss yes yes yes yesss WOOO-o -oooo
  Wed. 1/19/11 1:58pm annie:

great show, yeah!!
  Wed. 1/19/11 2:33pm Looms:

Are there any plans for William Parker and friends to some to Europe?
  Wed. 1/19/11 2:34pm Looms:

To Come to Europe. Damned keyboard!!!
  Wed. 1/19/11 2:39pm CheriPi:

Love the Impressions diaspora!
  Wed. 1/19/11 2:41pm Looms:

Yes, they're coming!
  Wed. 1/19/11 2:58pm Carmichael:

The voices went from very high to very low in that set.
  Tue. 1/25/11 9:58pm Babybro:

Wow! this is the first time checkin out this show online. by the title i ASSumed it was a metal show (not really my thing) i have most of these songs in my own collection-very Cool Jazz!
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