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Options December 26, 2011: Favorites from the 2011 bin...

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments
Roscoe Mitchell  Tatas-Matoes   Options Congliptious  Nessa  1968   
Travis LaPlante  Heart Protector   Options Heart Protector  Skirl  2011   
Thomas Heberer's Clarino  Torn   Options Klippe  Clean Feed  2011  umlaut over the o, btw, for you diacritical sticklers out there. 
Berne, Black & Cline  The Song of the Lawn   Options The Veil  Cryptogramophone  2011   
Tyshawn Sorey  Seventeen   Options oblique - I  Pi  2011  Loren Stillman, alto; Todd Neufeld, acoutic guitar; Chris Tordini, bass; Sorey, drums. 
Music behind DJ:
John Zorn/Dreamers 
Snowfall   Options A Dreamers Christmas  Tzadik  2011   
Wadada Leo Smith's Organic  The Well: From Bitter to Fresh Sweet Water, Part I   Options Heart's Reflections  Cuneiform  2011   
Miles Davis  Spanish Key   Options Bitches Brew Live  Columbia  1970/2011  Isle of Wight, 1970 
The Four Bags  Sweet Home California   Options Forth  NCM East  2011   
My Silence  The Secret Dreams of Mothers to Be   Options It Only Happens at Night  482 Music  2011   
Music behind DJ:
John Zorn/Dreamers 
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas   Options A Dreamers Christmas  Tzadik  2011   
Jenny Scheinman's Mischief & Mayhem  A Ride with Polly Jean   Options Mischief & Mayhem    2011   
Two Bands and a Legend  Who The Fuck?   Options Two Bands and a Legend  Smalltown Superjazz  2007  Legend = Joe McPhee 
Weasel Walter / Mary Halvorson/ Peter Evans  Mangosteen 3000 AD   Options Electric Fruit  Thirsty Ear  2011   
Dawn of Midi  Gravity and Consent   Options Live  (self released)  2011  http://www.dawnofmidi.com/music/ 
Music behind DJ:
John Zorn/Dreamers 
Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow   Options A Dreamers Christmas  Tzadik  2011   
Darius Jones Trio  A Train   Options Big Gurl (Smell My Dream)  AUM Fidelity  2011   
Matthew Shipp  Take the A Train   Options Art of the Improviser  Thirsty Ear  2011   
Darren Johnston's Gone to Chicago  Love Call   Options The Big Lift  Porto Franco  2011   
Albatrosh  Albony & Ivory   Options Yonkers  Rune Grammofon  2011  living in perfect harmony 
Muhal Richard Abrams  SoundDance Part 3   Options SoundDance  Pi Recordings  2011  w George Lewis 
Music behind DJ:
John Zorn/Dreamers 
The Christmas Song   Options A Dreamers Christmas  Tzadik  2011   
Kidd Jordan  Harrison Carries the Coffin Out   Options On Fire  Engine   2011   
Harris Eisenstadt's Canada Day  Judo with Tokyo Joe (for John Zorn)   Options Canada Day II  Songlines  2011   
Steven Lugerner  These Are the Words   Options These Are the Words  (self released)  2011   
New Zion Trio  Ina Sade Dub   Options Fight Against Babylon  Veal  2011   
Chris Dingman  Waking Dreams   Options Nocturnal  Between Worlds Music  2011   
São Paulo Undergound  Just Lovin'   Options Tres Cabecas Loucuras  Cuneiform  2011   
Esmerine  A Dog River   Options La Lechuza  Constellation  2011   
Music behind DJ:
John Zorn/Dreamers 
Christmas Time Is Here   Options A Dreamers Christmas  Tzadik  2011   
Matana Roberts  Lulla/Bye   Options Coin Coin Chapter One: Gens De Couleur Libres  Constellation  2011   
Michael Bates  Yurodivy   Options Acrobat: Music for, and by, Dimitri Shostkovich  Sunnyside  2011   
Amir El Saffar Two Rivers Ensemble  Inana's Dance (IV)   Options Inana  Pi Recordings  2011   
Endangered Blood  Elvin Lisbon   Options Endangered Blood  Skirl  2011   
Guillermo Klein  Burrito   Options Bienestan  Sunnyside  2011   
Music behind DJ:
John Zorn/Dreamers 
Winter Wonderland   Options A Dreamers Christmas  Tzadik  2011   

Listener comments!

  Mon. 12/26/11 12:02pm Alf From Upstate:

Welcome back Destination Out!
  Mon. 12/26/11 12:02pm Richard from Venezuela:

Greetings guys. Merry Christmas.
  Mon. 12/26/11 12:05pm oh, no!!!:

  Mon. 12/26/11 12:06pm Jeff G.:

Hello all! Hope yours was merry and bright.
  Mon. 12/26/11 12:08pm Doug S.:

Greetings Jeff and Jeff (or is the other way around?).

{Remember to set playlist status to LIVE.}
  Mon. 12/26/11 12:09pm Jeff G.:

Zoinks. Thanks Doug! And Doug!
  Mon. 12/26/11 12:10pm Jeff G.:

Doing this remotely, from the bedroom I occupied as a pimply teen, so this is all a little off kilter.
  Mon. 12/26/11 12:11pm Dervish:

Glad you're back on! Wish we could hear you more often.
  Mon. 12/26/11 12:14pm Jeff G.:

Thanks, Dervish. That might actually be in the cards in 2012.
  Mon. 12/26/11 12:14pm Dervish:

  Mon. 12/26/11 12:19pm Dan in Seattle:

Nice to hear you on the stream.
  Mon. 12/26/11 12:20pm Parq:

Thanks for the FB reminder, Doug - a rare chance to listen to one of your shows live.
  Mon. 12/26/11 12:22pm Jeff G.:

Thanks, Dan in Seattle! Up early on this holiday Monday?
  Mon. 12/26/11 12:26pm Doug S.:

Greetings Brother Parq! You picked a good'n to hear. Cheers to all the two- and four-footed creatures at your house.
  Mon. 12/26/11 12:41pm Jeff G.:

  Mon. 12/26/11 12:50pm Martha:

Who is this Four Bags? Never heard of them.
  Mon. 12/26/11 12:54pm Jeff G.:

Don't really know that much about 'em, Martha. They dig anagrams, that much I recall.
  Mon. 12/26/11 12:56pm Martha:

Who doesn't like anagrams?
  Mon. 12/26/11 12:58pm Doug S.:

Are you kidding. Jeff? Twit-bombs away!
  Mon. 12/26/11 12:59pm Jeff G.:

@Martha: good question. No one I know, certainly. Signed, A LASAGNA HOG.
  Mon. 12/26/11 1:06pm Jeff G.:

...and now for another holiday classic...
  Mon. 12/26/11 1:08pm Doug S.:

Here's a fine LP released on the Anagram label: http://bit.ly/esHjLI
  Mon. 12/26/11 1:11pm Jeff G.:

Thanks, Doug. Torbjorn Hultkrantz is especially good on that one.
  Mon. 12/26/11 1:11pm Jeff G.:

(Actually have no idea who Torbjorn Hultkrantz is.)
  Mon. 12/26/11 1:12pm Richard from Venezuela:

Weasel Walter rocks. The Flying Luttenbachers is classic.
  Mon. 12/26/11 1:13pm Doug S.:

According to this site: http://matsgus.com/archives/1481 he played with Ayler in Stockholm in '62.
  Mon. 12/26/11 1:14pm Jeff G.:

Know it all.
  Mon. 12/26/11 1:15pm Doug S.:

Oh, and that should be Torbjörn. Your intern in charge of umlauts must be on a cigarette break.
  Mon. 12/26/11 1:16pm Jeff G.:

She quit after an extended Brotzmann set one day.
  Mon. 12/26/11 1:22pm Dervish:

Øh nø!
  Mon. 12/26/11 1:23pm Richard from Venezuela:

Like this Dawn of Midi's track. Downloading the free live EP.
  Mon. 12/26/11 1:27pm Jeff G.:

@Richard: o good. It's quite fine. Their debut on Accretions, "First," is also really great. And they did a live set on Scott McDowell's FMU show last year I think. Looking for the link now...
  Mon. 12/26/11 1:28pm Jeff G.:

Yeah, here's the Dawn of Midi set on The Long Rally, also downloadable! - http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Dawn_of_MIDI/
  Mon. 12/26/11 1:31pm Richard from Venezuela:

Awesome. I never heard this trio before. I'll looking forward on their music. Thanks Jeff.
  Mon. 12/26/11 1:50pm Jeff G.:

My mom just stopped by to tell me, "This isn't really music you just listen to, right? It's more like...background music, yeah?"

Feels like old times.
  Mon. 12/26/11 1:52pm Carl F.:

I was just saying to my wife the other day that "Ebony and Ivory" has got to be the single worst song ever recorded. The nadir of Jackson and McCartney's careers in one fell swoop, which isn't easy to do. I like Albatrosh more better.
  Mon. 12/26/11 1:56pm Jeff G.:

@Carl F.: the lyrics to "Ebony and Ivory" -- so cringe-inducing. "The Girl Is Mine" is practically Randy Newman by comparison.
  Mon. 12/26/11 1:59pm Doug S.:

Back when I was in college, my parents came to visit during a time that I was on the air at my campus radio station. I had played an extended nadaswaram piece from India during that show, and when I got back to my dorm, my mother made a disparaging comment about it. Not sure that she's heard me on the air since, and that was over 30 years ago.
  Mon. 12/26/11 2:01pm Jeff G.:

Doug, that sounds about right.

"Why don't you play some Sinatra like your brother!!"
  Mon. 12/26/11 2:02pm Doug S.:

I played some Sinatra on my show a couple of weeks ago and the listeners (well, some of the commenters) let me have it! Made me wanna play more.
  Mon. 12/26/11 2:09pm Jeff G.:

We are very pro-Sinatra here at D:O.
  Mon. 12/26/11 2:17pm Jeff G.:

We're also pro-The Sinatra Group: http://www.hulu.com/watch/3531/saturday-night-live-the-sinatra-group
  Mon. 12/26/11 2:21pm Dervish:

Either your intern came back, or you have another one handling tildes.
  Mon. 12/26/11 2:25pm Jeff G.:

She taught us tildes before she left. There's a missing cedilla on that SPU album title, though.

Britta, come back! All is forgiven!
  Mon. 12/26/11 2:29pm Alf From Upstate:

Extra credit for even knowing the term cedilla.
  Mon. 12/26/11 2:31pm earwax:

Yes. More than once a month, please.
  Mon. 12/26/11 2:32pm Jeff G.:

earwax! Thanks! Feared the Xmas music might have scared you off (per a comment from Doug's Friday show). Glad you are here!
  Mon. 12/26/11 2:32pm Mitten John:

I second the more than once a month.
  Mon. 12/26/11 2:34pm earwax:

it takes more than a little Xmas music to keep me away.
  Mon. 12/26/11 2:35pm Doug S.:

If I may steal from trombonist Craig Harris: I think you should do a show 24 days an hour.
  Mon. 12/26/11 2:39pm Jeff G.:

Excellent. Though with more shows per month, we do foresee an increase in the number of 30+ minute tracks.
  Mon. 12/26/11 2:41pm Dan in Seattle:

Love long tracks.
  Mon. 12/26/11 2:43pm Mitten John:

I lengthen the long tracks love.
  Mon. 12/26/11 2:44pm Jeff G.:

Gotcha. That squares: figured y'all for a "less talk, more rawk" kind of crowd.
  Mon. 12/26/11 2:49pm Martha:

Long short whatever. Just keep playing this great music.
  Mon. 12/26/11 2:53pm Jeff G.:

We will try!

Here's wishing everyone a happy, healthy, and hopeful new year. Looking forward to chatting again in 2012!
  Mon. 12/26/11 2:54pm earwax:

Great show!
  Mon. 12/26/11 2:56pm Jeff G.:

  Mon. 12/26/11 2:57pm Martha:

  Mon. 12/26/11 5:35pm Brian in UK:

Damn catch you on the rebop.

In the wee small hours of the morning. Oh Frank. A cottage for sale, how much is the deposit?
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