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The lazy calm at the week's start. A few live performances included, but mainly music with an ear tilted toward string-driven things. (Visit homepage.)

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Options September 17, 2012: Songs of heartbreaking beauty, with Janine Nichols and Semi-Free

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Artist Track Album Label Format Approx. start time
Johnny Cash  Highway Patrolman   Options       0:00:00 ()
Jeff Buckley  Satisfied Mind   Options live on WFMU's Music Faucet      0:03:55 ()
Linda Perhacs  Morning Colors   Options Parallelograms      0:09:26 ()
Billy Bragg  Tank Park Salute   Options Don't Try This at Home      0:14:09 ()
Luka Bloom  Dreams in America   Options Riverside      0:17:36 ()
 
The Andy Statman Quartet  Maggid   Options Between Heaven & Earth: Music of the Jewish Mystics  Schanachie    0:32:29 ()
Marianne Faithfull  Children of Stone   Options       0:42:07 ()
Efterklang  Falling Horses   Options       0:50:11 ()
 
 


Live performance by Janine Nichols & Semi-Free (L to R: Doug Wieselman: bass clarinet; Brandon Ross: lead guitar; Janine Nichols: vocals, guitar)
  As she likes to describe it, Janine Nichols enjoys "Music as slow motion thrill ride." The singer/writer/rhythm guitarist fronts the band Semi-Free, creating atmospheric songs and renditions of others' tunes in a gentler mode of music. Janine Nichols & Semi-Free joined Irene for a live set in WFMU's "love" room.
Janine Nichols & Semi-Free  Needle & Thread   Options First Ones    CD  1:09:15 ()
 
Janine Nichols & Semi-Free  Sigh of Relief   Options       1:15:02 ()
 
Janine Nichols & Semi-Free  Break Glass Ring Bell   Options       1:27:51 ()
 
Janine Nichols & Semi-Free  If I Fall   Options       1:46:01 ()
 
Janine Nichols & Semi-Free  This Land Is Your Land   Options       2:06:24 ()
 
Janine Nichols & Semi-Free  Darling Be Home Soon   Options First Ones  (self released)  CD  2:16:46 ()
Timothy Hill  Sacred Ground   Options For New Orleans  Sugarfoot Music    2:18:51 ()
Jaggery  End Song   Options Private Violence  (self released)    2:26:38 ()
Jelloslave  Luna   Options For New Orleans  Sugarfoot Music    2:30:35 ()
Brandon Ross  Twelve Gates To The City   Options For New Orleans  Sugarfoot Music    2:37:27 ()
 
Kat Edmonson  I Just Wasn't Made For These Times   Options Way Down Low  Spinnerette Records    2:47:40 ()
Brad Mehldau   Where Do you Start?   Options Where Do You Start?  Nonesuch    2:54:40 ()

Listener comments!

  Mon. 9/17/12 12:00pm Sean in Bristol, UK:

Hi Irene, hello one and all
  Mon. 9/17/12 12:02pm Rich in Bristol UK:

Loving the Irene Trudels show with my good friend Sean
  Mon. 9/17/12 12:03pm DCE:

good day Irene!
  Mon. 9/17/12 12:03pm Van in DC:

Greetings Irene and folks
  Mon. 9/17/12 12:04pm Sean in Bristol, UK:

Hey with Nicki we are getting an Irene fan club going in Bristol
  Mon. 9/17/12 12:04pm Sean in Bristol, UK:

Hey Van and DCE
  Mon. 9/17/12 12:05pm Van in DC:

Hi Sean
  Mon. 9/17/12 12:06pm kat330:

Hello, Irene, and TY very much for this Buckley!
  Mon. 9/17/12 12:07pm DCE:

acchh, somebody put cheese on the hummus pita. why would you do such a thing?
  Mon. 9/17/12 12:09pm Bob from Miami:

Greetings Irene and fans around the world. "How i love blue monday"
  Mon. 9/17/12 12:12pm DCE:

ooh, Linda Perhacs is delightful!
  Mon. 9/17/12 12:13pm Bob from Miami:

Way cool Irene,i love Linda's LP and recently found an original copy on Kapp at a thrift shop in Portland Me. "Beautiful"
  Mon. 9/17/12 12:18pm Mike East:

Thanks for the Billy Bragg! I don't own enough of his material. Seems like there's a lot, though.
  Mon. 9/17/12 12:21pm Mike East:

"Everywhere" from that same album is my favorite track of his.
  Mon. 9/17/12 12:21pm pete:

Irene! Nice to hear you in real time! Sounding great as always.
  Mon. 9/17/12 12:26pm Irene:

Hi Folks!

I'm setting up for Janine Nichols and Semi-Free, so just glancing the playlist now. Bob, that's a real find-- Linda Perhacs album on Kapp most likely was not actually released. One of my top 5 albums. And Sean-- Irene fan club? I'm flattered!
  Mon. 9/17/12 12:33pm kat330:

Irene: Cleaning out an estate, I can commiserate. I was doing what you're now doing last summer. It resulted in a lot of scanned photos and dredged up memories.
  Mon. 9/17/12 12:34pm 12539:

Linda Perhacs has been working lately with Julia Holter:
http://tinyurl.com/9etlrxy
  Mon. 9/17/12 12:41pm kat330:

[Behind while I was in the kitchen] Also wanted to agree about Luka Bloom. He got a reasonable amount of airplay locally on WFPK, but haven't heard anything of him in many years now.
  Mon. 9/17/12 1:03pm Looms:

Ready for chill-out moments, hi!
  Mon. 9/17/12 1:19pm Van in DC:

Enjoying the show Irene. Janine & the band sounding good so far.
  Mon. 9/17/12 1:27pm Sean in Bristol, UK:

Agree, Van, great stuff from Janine
  Mon. 9/17/12 1:29pm Bob from Miami:

Ohhh please Janine do Darlin be home soon. I'll be your best freind. Love the show!!!
  Mon. 9/17/12 1:32pm Jay/ London:

good evening all checking in
  Mon. 9/17/12 1:34pm kat330:

I'll second Bob's request.
  Mon. 9/17/12 2:04pm kat330:

The Buster Keaton mention reminded of a wonderful old film we watched this weekend: Jean Vigo's "l'Atalante."
  Mon. 9/17/12 2:12pm kat330:

This is a novel arrangement.
  Mon. 9/17/12 2:15pm Looms:

Beautiful live set, thanks!
  Mon. 9/17/12 2:16pm kat330:

As is this -- a Darlin' arrangement! Great interview, Irene! TY so much, Janine & Semi-Free!
  Mon. 9/17/12 2:18pm Van in DC:

Thanks again to Janine and Semi-Free for stopping in - loved it!
  Mon. 9/17/12 2:27pm Cheri Pi:

Very Husker Duey
  Mon. 9/17/12 2:29pm dcp:

I was thinking Van Morrisony
  Mon. 9/17/12 2:34pm kat330:

I could be a slave to this sound. Nice!
  Mon. 9/17/12 2:37pm Looms:

@Kat: nice to know L'Atalante is still being watched in the US. Have you seen Zero De Conduite by the same director, Jean Vigo? It's an important movie over here.
  Mon. 9/17/12 2:40pm kat330:

@Looms: I spent a few moments trying to locate the box set of Vigo I gave Philo, but didn't find it yet. If that is part of the Criterion collection, we have it but not yet seen it.
  Mon. 9/17/12 2:44pm kat330:

An online search indicates it is in the set. As for l'Atalante, Michel Simon is a joy! And all those cats!! :)
  Mon. 9/17/12 2:45pm Looms:

Hope you'll like it :)
  Mon. 9/17/12 2:53pm kat330:

This is not an insult: She sounds a bit like David Sedaris' imitation of Billie Holiday.
  Mon. 9/17/12 2:57pm Mike East:

@kat330 - you are absolutely right. My Baloney has a first name...
Avatar Mon. 9/17/12 2:58pm Irene:

You know, Kat, you're absolutely right. At least on this track she sounds totally like Sedaris. But I think Kat's a really inventive interpreter, at least on the other songs.
  Mon. 9/17/12 2:59pm Van in DC:

Beautiful show today Irene, many thanks!
  Mon. 9/17/12 2:59pm kat330:

Whew, for a moment there I thought my commenting rights might be revoked. ;)
  Mon. 9/17/12 3:00pm kat330:

Lovely, lovely show indeed! Many thanks, Irene, and best of luck with your major undertaking.
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