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Options May 27, 2013: We can see, for Miles.

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments
Roscoe Mitchell  Tatas-Matoes   Options Congliptious  Nessa  1968   
 
Music behind DJ:
Sun Ra 
The Perfect Man   Options The Singles  Evidence  1974/1996   
Curtis Hasselbring  The Infinite Infiniteness of Infinity   Options The New Mellow Edwards  Skirl  2006   
Endangered Blood  Blues in C Flat Minor   Options Work Your Magic  Skirl  2013   
New York Art Quartet  For Eric: Memento Mori   Options Call it art [IV]  Triple Point  2013  rec. Halloween 1964, in Marzette Watts' loft, NYC. 
John Tchicai  Caruselle   Options John Tchicai & Strange Brothers  FMP  1978   
 
Music behind DJ:
Bill Laswell 
In a Silent Way/Shhh/Peaceful/It's About that Time   Options Panthalassa: The Music of Miles Davis 1969-74  Columbia  1998   
Miles Davis  Florence sur les Champs-Elysees   Options Ascenceur Pour L'Echafaud  Fontana  1958   
Miles Davis  It Ain't Necessarily So   Options Porgy & Bess  Columbia  1959   
Miles Davis  Seven Steps to Heaven   Options "Four" and More: Recorded Live in Concert  Columbia  1966  rec. 1964 
Miles Davis  Masquelero   Options Sorcerer  Columbia  1967   
Miles Davis  Mademoiselle Mabry   Options Filles de Kilimanjaro  Columbia  1968   
Miles Davis  Dual Mr. Anthony Tillman Williams Process   Options Water Babies  Columbia  1976  rec. 1968 
 
Music behind DJ:
Bill Laswell 
Black Satin/What If/Agharta Prelude Dub   Options Panthalassa: The Music of Miles Davis 1969-74  Columbia  1998   
Miles Davis  Masquelero   Options Live in Europe 1969: The Bootleg Series, vol. 2  Columbia  2012  rec. 1969 
Miles Davis  It's About that Time/The Theme   Options Bitches Brew Live  Columbia  2011  rec. 1969 
Miles Davis  Go Ahead John (Part One)   Options The Complete Jack Johnson Sessions  Columbia  2003  rec. 1970 
 
Music behind DJ:
Bill Laswell 
Rated X/Billy Preston   Options Panthalassa: The Music of Miles Davis 1969-74  Columbia  1998   
Miles Davis  Honky Tonk   Options Get Up with It  Columbia  1974  rec. 1970 
Miles Davis  Honky Tonk   Options The Cellar Door Sessions 1970  Columbia  2005  MD, Gary Bartz, Keith Jarrett, Michael Henderson, Jack DeJohnette, Airto Moreira. 
Miles Davis  Rated X   Options Get Up with It  Columbia  1974  rec. 1972 
 
Music behind DJ:
Bill Laswell 
He Loved Him Madly   Options Panthalassa: The Music of Miles Davis 1969-74  Columbia  1998   
Miles Davis  Orbits   Options Miles Smiles  Columbia  1967   
Wayne Shorter  Orbits   Options Without a Net  Blue Note  2013   
 
Music behind DJ:
Dudu Pukwana & Spear 
Flute Music   Options Flute Music  Caroline  1975   

Listener comments!

Avatar    Mon. 5/27/13 11:56am listener james from westwood:

howdy, folks! working today but happy to be listening!
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 11:59am Jeff Golick:

Hey, there he is! Hi-ho, LJfW. I'm working today, too. Sorta.
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 12:00pm Doug Schulkind:

Not working! Hello gents!
Avatar    Mon. 5/27/13 12:02pm duke:

Miles thinking "Who is this guy and why is he here?"
Avatar    Mon. 5/27/13 12:03pm listener james from westwood:

advantage: no emails pinging in midstream to take me off task while i'm writing. just fine music and a refreshing dip in the chat pool now and again.
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 12:08pm Jeff Golick:

Hi, duke! Hay, Doug!

If you mouse over the photo you can see what I figured Miles was thinking.
Avatar    Mon. 5/27/13 12:08pm Brian in UK:

"Can you guess what's wriiten on the palm of my hand"
Avatar    Mon. 5/27/13 12:10pm Uncle Michael:

Oh...crap. It's Monday!
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 12:10pm Jeff Golick:

Hi, Brian in UK!
Happy Memorial Day, UM!
Great to see you lads here...
Avatar    Mon. 5/27/13 12:11pm Uncle Michael:

Miles has no one to blame for that haircut but himself. No wonder Kenny's feeling proud.
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 12:12pm Doug Schulkind:

@Jeff
I've always wanted to know how to do that tagging of a jpg. I am looking at the coding you entered, but how did you get the text positioned within the frame of the image?
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 12:12pm Jeff Golick:

The (hair) likeness IS striking, come to think of it. Hadn't really dug that deep.
Avatar    Mon. 5/27/13 12:13pm Uncle Michael:

It's been raining like a bull pissing on a flat rock for the last three hours.
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 12:13pm Jeff Golick:

@Doug: do as I do and the rest takes care of itself. It's magic! Or HTML, or CSS, or something...
Avatar    Mon. 5/27/13 12:14pm Uncle Michael:

<img src="(whatever)" alt="(whatever)"> the text of tha alt tag will be wherever you hover your mouse.
Avatar    Mon. 5/27/13 12:15pm Uncle Michael:

I asked my wife..."remember the last time it rained like this?"

"No."

"Me either!"
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 12:16pm Doug Schulkind:

@JG
Oh, I see. I thought that the tag was appearing only when mousing over Miles. Didn't realize it worked anywhere on the image. (You are still a genius, just down a peg from the previous lofty pedestal.)
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 12:18pm Jeff Golick:

@UM: that is an impressively depressing image. Hot!

@Doug: there's doubtless a way to be that precise, but that's way beyond my pay grade.
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 12:19pm Jeff Golick:

"pay grade" = "mental abilities"
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 12:21pm Doug Schulkind:

Mental abilities = </whatever>
Avatar    Mon. 5/27/13 12:21pm Uncle Michael:

"This whole conversation is way above my gay pride.
Avatar    Mon. 5/27/13 12:22pm Uncle Michael:

close quote
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 12:24pm Doug Schulkind:

We are a year and a month away from the 50th anniversary of Eric's passing.
Avatar    Mon. 5/27/13 12:27pm Uncle Michael:

The day after my brother was born, in fact.
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 12:37pm Doug Schulkind:

Did you just call me streamhead? Not a pretty image.
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 12:48pm Jeff Golick:

Harkens back to UM's comment re the rain? Sorry, bwana.
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 12:50pm Jeff Golick:

Happy early birthday?
Avatar    Mon. 5/27/13 12:52pm duke:

Maybe streamhead is like riverhead - the place where the river starts. stramhead - the source of the stream
Avatar    Mon. 5/27/13 12:53pm Uncle Michael:

I'm not making any source of the stream jokes this weekend. Nossir.
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 12:53pm Jeff Golick:

^^^^^^^^^
Avatar    Mon. 5/27/13 12:56pm Uncle Michael:

Maybe my yard is the source of the stream. sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net...
Avatar    Mon. 5/27/13 12:59pm duke:

@UM my yard looks about like that also
Avatar    Mon. 5/27/13 1:00pm Uncle Michael:

I just released a dove.
Avatar    Mon. 5/27/13 1:01pm listener james from westwood:

northern nj was slowly becoming an inland sea up until saturday. add to that a sprinkler head outside my window that had been a geyser instead of a shpritz before they repaired it, and i was ready to see dinosaurs mucking about the swamps.
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 1:04pm Doug Schulkind:

@duke
If you say anything about the wide, gaping mouth of the stream, I'm gone belt ya.

@JG
Either early or, more likely, extremely late.
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 1:12pm Doug Schulkind:

@JG
You are competing on the airwaves with Mr. Kaminsky Kamoutsky. He is back on his old station, WMBR in Cambridge, for a visit.
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 1:15pm Jeff Golick:

Don't care for that kind of internecine happenstance, Doug.
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 1:16pm Jeff Golick:

Just read on Wikipedia that this tune, Mademoiselle Mabry, is a Gil Evans reworking of Jimi's "And the Wind Cried Mary," which I totally hear.

Not sure if it's true or anything.
Avatar    Mon. 5/27/13 1:17pm duke:

You can definitely hear the Hendrix tune in it.
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 1:21pm Jeff Golick:

I will come back on mic at some point. Just enjoying the music too much...
Avatar    Mon. 5/27/13 1:25pm listener james from westwood:

the enjoyment is mutual!
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 1:26pm Doug Schulkind:

Right now, Jeff, your show is competing with "How to Fix Your Leaky Bathtub Faucet" videos on Youtube.
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 1:28pm Jeff Golick:

My answer video to that one, Doug, would be 45 seconds of me leaving a message on the super's voicemail.
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 1:28pm Jeff Golick:

This was pretty much Chick's heyday.
Avatar    Mon. 5/27/13 1:28pm duke:

Also with 10 billion cat videos
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 1:28pm northguineahills:

Thanks for the Miles set!
Avatar    Mon. 5/27/13 1:29pm Uncle Michael:

Jeff, in a head to head competition with roast chicken and corn on the cob...you were down...but not out.
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 1:31pm Jeff Golick:

Oh yr welcome ngh (and hi!) but it's not just one set...
Avatar    Mon. 5/27/13 1:32pm fleep:

Great Miles Davis set, thank you.
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 1:41pm DARK STAR MAN:

Hi Jeff,
any news on my update questions last week re
1. Steve Tibbetts post YR?
2. Nicky Skopolitis post Bill Laswell projects?
3.What Coleman Hawkins did after 'With Strings' and was it as cool?
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 1:44pm Jeff Golick:

Hey, fleep, you are entirely welcome. Hope you're ready for more Miles...
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 1:51pm Jeff Golick:

Hey, DARK STAR MAN:
Lessee...
1. I do not know nearly enough about Tibbetts' work to comment knowledgeably. I have to pass this question on to the assembled throngs commenting hereabouts...
2. As for Skopelitis, same deal, pretty much, though pre-Laswell, there's the great Curlew reissue that DMG put out a few years ago, if you don't already have it?
3. I thought Doug's response last week re Hawkins was right on, but when was "With Strings" released?
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 1:54pm DARK STAR MAN:

sorry, my mistake I meant
Ben Webster with strings.
An album I used to listen to incessantly together with John Coltrane's Ballads album and thought they were the greatest albums of all time!
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 1:57pm Doug Schulkind:

In the early '90s, I was an editor at Prentice Hall Press. In the spring of I think 1991, we published a coffee table book of Miles Davis's paintings and drawings. It was absurdly called "The Art of Miles Davis." There was a book launch party at a gallery in Soho and I went with all my colleagues to wait for the arrival of the honored author. I waited and waited and waited and waited and waited and gave up and went home.
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 1:59pm DARK STAR MAN:

Doug,
IT WAS ABOUT THAT TIME THAT HE ARRIVED!
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 2:00pm Doug Schulkind:

I think he ended getting to the party two and half hours late.
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 2:01pm DARK STAR MAN:

Jeff/Doug,
did you like his Doo Bop album? or did you think it was out of place pandering to the hip hop fraternity(Guru, Gang Starr, Premier etc)
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 2:02pm Jeff Golick:

@DARK STAR MAN: Well, re Webster, do you know the Webster Meets Coleman Hawkins Verve record? A wonderful pairing of giants. (Might also be Hawkins Meets Webster. Can't recall whose date it was.)
Avatar    Mon. 5/27/13 2:03pm Uncle Michael:

I'm enjoying this piece as much as any Miles I've ever heard. Is John, John Scofield?
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 2:04pm DARK STAR MAN:

thanks Jeff,
I will look up both the Webster suggestion and Skopilits disc you recommended.
Avatar    Mon. 5/27/13 2:05pm Uncle Michael:

Oh, not from 1970, it's not Scofield.
Avatar    Mon. 5/27/13 2:07pm Uncle Michael:

That's Sharrock? Wow.
Avatar    Mon. 5/27/13 2:07pm fleep:

Squadron of WWII fighter planes just flew over the house in Missing Man formation.
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 2:08pm Jeff Golick:

@fleep: wha?

@UM: it's the Brit John McLaughlin, later of Mahavishnu Orchestra.
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 2:09pm Jeff Golick:

Say one thing for Columbia and Teo Marcero: they left the tape rolling.
Avatar    Mon. 5/27/13 2:10pm fleep:

@Jeff Memorial Day. It's a club of pilots with antique planes based at Van Nuys airport. They do this every year. Low and loud, remarkable sound.
Avatar    Mon. 5/27/13 2:10pm listener james from westwood:

fleep, that is pretty darn cool. i've seen that sort of thing before but only w/ contempo aircraft.
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 2:12pm Doug Schulkind:

I only listened to the Du-Bop LP once. That pretty much says it.
Avatar    Mon. 5/27/13 2:13pm Uncle Michael:

Ah...I only have Shakti stuff in my McLaughlin library.
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 2:20pm Jeff Golick:

@fleep: Oh, of course. Very cool. Must be rather moving to see/hear/feel.

@Doug/DARK STAR MAN: I have assiduously avoided Miles' post-1980 output. In part for deniability, in part to avoid disappointment, in large part because I never tire of swimming in the music he made from, say, 1959-1975. An inexhaustible wellspring.
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 2:21pm Doug Schulkind:

I admit to having a mild affection for Miles's cover of that Cyndi Lauper song.
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 2:23pm Jeff Golick:

That song is un-mess-up-able.
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 2:31pm Jeff Golick:

This was recorded at, duh, Washington DC's The Cellar Door. A club that maybe held...200?
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 2:34pm Doug Schulkind:

From this era, I adore the Miles numbers "Roberto Duran" and "Willie Nelson."
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 2:37pm Jeff Golick:

Guinevere would like a word with you. As would Archie Moore.
  Mon. 5/27/13 2:37pm All Soul, No Borders:

I can't stop listening. This is the day I finally try to get my CD collection from burying me. Great soundtrack to the brawl.
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 2:38pm Jeff Golick:

Hey, ASNNB! Great to hear from you, and good luck with the struggle. Never surrender.
  Mon. 5/27/13 2:42pm All Soul, No Borders:

You are winning. I could listen to any CD I own and I choose D:O. I am winning. We are winning. We are all winners!
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 2:46pm Jeff Golick:

[[blushing]]

Fellow listeners should note that All Soul, No Borders is the name of a radio show you should most definitely check out if you dig D:O -- kdhx.org...
  Mon. 5/27/13 2:47pm Alf from Upstate:

Oh boy are we winners. Thanks D:O!
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 2:49pm Jeff Golick:

You say the nicest things, Alf from Upstate.
Avatar    Mon. 5/27/13 2:53pm Uncle Michael:

Everyone's a winner baby. That's no lie.
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 2:58pm northguineahills:

Man, this has killed, Thanks Jeff!!!
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 2:59pm Jeff Golick:

Thanks, @ngh!

Sound like a good line, UM! Always great to have you aboard (boat reference intended).
Avatar    Mon. 5/27/13 2:59pm Uncle Michael:

Terrific stuff, Jeff.
Avatar    Mon. 5/27/13 3:01pm duke:

Great show
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 3:01pm Dervish:

Loved every minute. Been working and lurking.
Avatar    Mon. 5/27/13 3:02pm listener james from westwood:

many thanks for the mighty show, jeff! now go out and enjoy some sun. be well, all!!
Avatar    Mon. 5/27/13 3:04pm Uncle Michael:

It's on my to be read pile.
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 3:05pm Doug Schulkind:

Perfect coda to an epic show.
  Mon. 5/27/13 3:07pm All Soul, No Borders:

where did that great quote come from?
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 3:07pm Jeff Golick:

@Dvervish!: !! Thanks !!

@LJfW: Great to hang with you, as usual.
Avatar Mon. 5/27/13 3:09pm Jeff Golick:

@AS/NB: Geoffrey O'Brien's SONATA FOR JUKEBOX.
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