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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 November 5, 2012: Guitars ward off the storm, with Kevin Kastning & Mark Wingfield

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Artist Track Album Label Format Approx. start time
Pat Metheny Group  Dismantling Utopia   Options Quartet  Nonesuch    0:00:00 ()
Ben Monder  Mistral   Options Excavation  Arabesque    0:06:22 ()
Kenny Burell  Lotus Land   Options Guitar Forms      0:15:43 ()
Rez Abbassi  Rivalry   Options Continuous Beat  Enja Records    0:25:01 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Loren Mazzacane Connors 
(untitled 3, 4, 5, 6)   Options Airs      0:34:45 ()
Suzanne Langille and Loren Mazzacane Connors  Amazing Grace   Options 1987-1989      0:42:45 ()
 
Larry Coryell / Badi Assad / John Abercrombie  Timeless   Options Three Guitars  Chesky Records    0:52:54 ()
Bill Frisell  Across the Universe   Options all we are saying...      1:00:02 ()
Jefferson Pitcher  Maria and the Sea   Options I am Not in Spain      1:07:56 ()
Monkeyworks  The Chilton Street Caper   Options Seeking      1:12:50 ()
 
 


Live performance by Mark Wingfield and Kevin Kastning
 
In 2011 American guitarist Kevin Kastning with British jazz guiatrist Mark Wingfield collaborated on an ethereal album of sonic soundscapes called, "I Walked Into the Silver Darkness." Kevin and Mark then collaborated on a 2nd disc in 2012 called "An Illustrated Silence." A planned NYC gig was cancelled due to Hurricane Sandy but that didn't stop Wingfield from visiting the WFMU studios with Kastning, playing several improvisational pieces live.
 
Mark Wingfield and Kevin Kastning  (Untitled No.1)   Options       1:26:56 ()
Mark Wingfield / Kevin Kastning  Tramontane I   Options An Illustrated Silence  greydisc  CD  1:38:12 ()
 
Mark Wingfield and Kevin Kastning  (Untitled No.2)   Options       1:46:23 ()
 
Mark Wingfield and Kevin Kastning  (Untitled No.3)   Options       1:55:44 ()
 
Mark Wingfield and Kevin Kastning  (Untitled No.4)   Options       2:09:34 ()
 
Mark Wingfield / Kevin Kastning  Sonata in November   Options An Illustrated Silence  greydisc  CD  2:18:05 ()
Rene Von Grunig & Mark Wingfield  Night   Options       2:22:26 ()
 
Jack DeJohnette  Free Above Sea   Options Oneness      2:36:35 ()
Robin Williamson  Sir Patrick Spens   Options The Iron Stone  ECM    2:45:27 ()
Mecca Bodega  The Caravansarei   Options Raise the Tent  (self released)    2:52:11 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Loren Mazzacane Connors 
(untitled 4, 5, 6, 7)   Options Airs  Road Cone    2:57:44 ()

Listener comments!

  Mon. 11/5/12 12:02pm Van in DC:

Appropriate opening track :) Hello Irene!
  Mon. 11/5/12 12:02pm Sean in Bristol, UK:

Yay Irene, great to have you back, hello to one and all
  Mon. 11/5/12 12:02pm v k:

so very happy to be able to listen to your fine program today, Irene; anything that feels normal is most appreciated; thanks for finding your way to the station
  Mon. 11/5/12 12:07pm Peter K:

You made it on time! Yay!
Avatar Mon. 11/5/12 12:08pm Irene:

Good to be back everybody! I fared just fine in the storm. Many others, including WFMU, were not so lucky. I'd love to hear your stories. Also, WFMU is in dire need of funds, so I'll be asking for your support later on. And I'll have a live performance from Kevin Kastning & Mark Wingfield at about 1pm.
  Mon. 11/5/12 12:09pm Sean in Bristol, UK:

Bonfire night here in the UK, having a roast dinner and I'm using sweet potatoes for the first time, any tips from my pals across "The Pond" on how to cook them
  Mon. 11/5/12 12:12pm clueless in Mi:

sean, you can mash them, deep fry them, (don't forget to peel them first), bake em in the oven, pan-fry them...all good.
  Mon. 11/5/12 12:13pm Dan Quayle:

You can wrap those potatoes and throw 'em right in the fire.
  Mon. 11/5/12 12:17pm KP:

On train and listening to Irene. Yay!
  Mon. 11/5/12 12:18pm Sean in Bristol, UK:

What a lovely track, perfect for the now dark evenings
  Mon. 11/5/12 12:28pm Andrew:

Roast them just like normal potatoes. They don't take quite as long, and they don't need par boiling first.
  Mon. 11/5/12 12:40pm Van in DC:

3 light flickers, but no power loss. No cable loss. No internet loss. No flooding (6th floor apt). Highlight was the Apt. fire alarm going off during the storm and having to go stand out in a hurricane ;)
  Mon. 11/5/12 12:41pm dcp:

Sandy totally knocked over a stack of kids chairs on my deck. Other than that, nothing.
  Mon. 11/5/12 12:41pm dcp:

Sean: after roasting, butter, salt and pepper. That's all you need.
  Mon. 11/5/12 12:42pm Listening Out There:

...I think the silent fundraiser should be bylined "Silent and Loud"...
  Mon. 11/5/12 12:46pm Sean in Bristol, UK:

Thanks for the tip, Folks. My problems with my sweet potatoe just is so insignificant to what has been happening on the East Coast. The photos on the NY Times is just aweful, my thoughts and prayers goes out to all affected
  Mon. 11/5/12 12:52pm terry:

Not getting any signal in North Jersey but can still stream, yay!
  Mon. 11/5/12 12:58pm Van in DC:

Enjoying this...really nice.
  Mon. 11/5/12 1:01pm Brian in UK:

Hello Irene. Sean the thing to do in true Blackadder style is to stick it up your nose & say wibble.
I think the place to be tonight is Lewes, they take their fireworks seriously.
https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=lewes+bonfire&hl=en&prmd=imvnsu&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=J_6XUJLVKKPS0QXJmYCQCQ&ved=0CDwQsAQ&biw=1024&bih=625
  Mon. 11/5/12 1:04pm DCE:

this Bill Frisell interpretation is divine!
  Mon. 11/5/12 1:04pm Sean in Bristol, UK:

@Brian, I have one left over and I have stuck one up my left nostril and am saying "Wibble"!
  Mon. 11/5/12 1:08pm Brian in UK:

Well done Sean, enjoy the roast just the job for a cold night.
  Mon. 11/5/12 1:12pm BDR:

Peter Hammill is 64 today. HINT!
  Mon. 11/5/12 1:30pm TDK60:

Frisell's All We Are Saying has not-so-jazzy renditions of Lennon. The versions seem to capture the overall sound--instruments, vocal melodies & harmonies--of the originals.
  Mon. 11/5/12 1:42pm ?:

nice. hearing segovia and john mclaughlin
  Mon. 11/5/12 1:46pm wiki:

Tramontane is a classical name for a northern wind. It also means "lying on or coming from the other side of a mountain range" or broadly, "foreigner."
  Mon. 11/5/12 1:53pm Andrew (in Fairfax):

So tramontane is more or less the same as transalpine, except for the aeolian (wind) connotation. Is the piece in aeolian mode?
  Mon. 11/5/12 2:18pm Van in DC:

Thanks to Kevin & Mark for stopping in to play for us!
  Mon. 11/5/12 2:31pm Stanley:

@ Brian. Hi Brian. Great link you put up there. Lewes seems to have made Guy Fawkes night its own Judging by the photos, it looks like almost anything goes - Halloween, Goth action, Mardi Gras, some kind of mad Spanish religious thing and even some creepy Southern American cross burning action.
  Mon. 11/5/12 2:58pm Van in DC:

Wonderful show, lovely tunes, thanks as always Irene, have a wonderful week,
Avatar Mon. 11/5/12 3:02pm Irene:

Thanks everybody!
  Mon. 11/5/12 3:02pm Listening Out There:

Thx!
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