Bob Brainen's playlist August 13, 2011 E-mail Bob Brainen
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Artist Track Album / Format Year Comments Approx. start time Hank Levine w/ Timothy Leary Image, Part One / The Psychedelic Experience (CD-R) 1961 / 1966 0:00:00 ) Love The Castle Da Capo (LP) 1967 0:02:04 ) Peter Lewis Fate Full of Shadow Peter Lewis (CD) 1995 A founder member of Moby Grape 0:05:03 ) Stanley Cowell Abscretions Musa: Ancestral Streams (LP) 1974 Strata East label 0:08:52 ) Max Roach Effi Members, Don't Git Weary (LP) 1968 Stanley Cowell composition 0:13:52 ) Jackie Wilson Whispers (Gettin' Louder) Whispers (LP) 1966 0:20:05 ) Isley Brothers This Old Heart of Mine (Is Weak for You) (45) 1966 0:22:56 ) Kaleidoscope Egyptian Candy Egyptian Candy (A Collection) (CD) 1991 0:25:14 ) Music behind DJ:
Soul Pride: The Instrumentals 1960-1969 0:28:24 ) Kaleidoscope Love Games Egyptian Candy (A Collection) (CD) 1991 0:38:36 ) Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orchestra Toby Jammin' For The Jackpot - Big Bands And Territory Bands Of The 30s (LP) 1932 / 1977 0:41:32 ) Terry Adams & Steve Ferguson South of The Orient Louisville Sluggers (CD) 2006 0:46:37 ) Ivy League Tossin' & Turnin' Cameo-Parkway Box 1957-1967 (Boxed set) 1965 / 2005 0:48:17 ) Freedom Highway The Waltz for Prime Tunas Made In 1968 (CD) 1968 / 2002 0:50:47 ) Gary Burton Quartet Ballet Duster (LP) 1967 0:55:20 ) Music behind DJ:
Gary Burton Quartet
Duster 0:55:58 ) Thelonious Monk Abide With Me [Takes 1 & 2] The Complete Riverside Recordings (Boxed set) 1957 / 2005 Played by the horns only 1:11:21 ) Thelonious Monk This is my Story, This is my Song Always Know (LP box set) 1967 / 1979 aka Blessed Assurance
Prev. unreleased material unearthed by Terry Adams
1:13:21 ) Thelonious Monk Jackie-ing 5 By Monk By 5 (LP) 1959 1:16:33 ) Albert Ayler When the Saints Go Marching In Swing Low Sweet Chariot (LP) 1964 / 1982 1:22:27 ) Hampton Hawes Joshua Fit De Battle of Jericho The Sermon (LP) 1958 / 1987 Thanks to listener/commenter Taavi. 1:27:01 ) Music behind DJ:
"Bob Brainen's Soul 'n RnB Instro cassette" 1:31:29 ) The Descendents of Mike and Phoebe Attica A Spirit Speaks (LP) 1974 The Lee Family...as in Spike
Strata East label
1:44:46 ) Little Feat Truck Stop Girl Little Feat (CD) 1971 Great debut album 1:46:56 ) Lou Courtney Skate Now (45) 1966 1:49:25 ) Herbie Nichols Love, Gloom, Cash, Love The Bethlehem Years (CD) 1957 / 1976 1:51:44 ) Music behind DJ:
"Bob Brainen's Soul 'n RnB Instro cassette" 1:53:46 )
( The marked selections are from the Brainen Archive.)
Sat. 8/13/11 9:09am Jack:
wow. I didn't realize Peter Lewis had made a solo album.
Sat. 8/13/11 9:25am David:
For some reason I've always thought Boz Scaggs should have covered this song.
Sat. 8/13/11 9:27am mike tp:
good morning bob. heard a great piece by roswell rudd yesterday called maine
Sat. 8/13/11 9:30am RHenderson:
Ahhh, my favorite Isley Bros. track, now enhanced with bichen vinyl artifact. Thanks, Bob. Great start to what will no doubt be another classic show.
Sat. 8/13/11 9:34am Majella Maltempi:
Good Morning Bob
Sat. 8/13/11 9:44am Jay/ London:
good morning bob just put your show on and what a great mucic that i meet love this band
Sat. 8/13/11 10:13am Mike Sin:
I'm enjoying the sounds on this bright morning, Bob. Nice!
Sat. 8/13/11 10:17am Taavi:
You probably know about Hampton Hawes's album of spirtuals. And of course the Shepp duo record wtih.... ah.. Horace Parlan.
Sat. 8/13/11 10:20am Peter K.:
"Jackie-ing" changes = "When the Saints Go Marching In"? Sorry, I'm just not hearing it. But that may just be my harmonic ignorance showing. Anyway, great show as always!
Sat. 8/13/11 10:23am tomB:
I hear it -- Saints is in Monk's line, but only reflected in the Horns and at a different speed than Monk is playing. But I would not have heard it w/o the tip.
Sat. 8/13/11 10:39am Peter K.:
@tomB: Then it's not based on the *chords* of "Saints," right? Maybe Bob didn't say that, but that's what I always assume is meant when a jazz piece is said to be "based on" a standard tune. Whatever. Good tune, in any case.
Sat. 8/13/11 11:01am Peter K.:
"Skate Now" was released two years after Riverside went bankrupt. The label got taken over by a bank and didn't do much more than reissue old titles and put out some stuff that had been recorded but not released under the old regime. This single was a one-shot as far as I know. Did Lou Courtney ever release anything else?