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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   
Herbie Mann  Flying   Options Stone Flute       
Kyaw Kyaw Naing   Shwe Soan Nyo   Options White Elephants & Golden Ducks: Enchanting Music Treasures From Burma       
Watazumido-Shuso  Netori   Options The Mysterious Sounds Of The Japanese Bamboo Flute       
Dawn of Midi  Algol   Options Dysnomia  thirsty ear  2013   
Tod Dockstader  Pulse   Options Aerial #1  Sub Rosa  2005   
Roland P. Young  Row Land   Options Isophonic Boogie Woogie  Flow Chart  1980   
Susie Ibarra  Drum Sketch No. 10   Options Drum Sketches  Innova  2007   
William Winant  Song of Quetzalcoatl   Options Five American Percussion Pieces  Poon Village  2013   
George Cartwright & Anne Elias  Unweeded   Options Unweeded  self-released  2014  http://georgecartwright.bandcamp.com/album/unweeded-george-cartwright-and-anne-elias 
 
Music behind DJ:
John Cale & Terry Riley 
Church of Anthrax   Options Church of Anthrax       
Helen Merrill w/ Gary Peacock Trio  In a Sentimental Mood / Once Upon a Summertime   Options Sposin'  Storyville  1971   
Connie Crothers  I'm Getting Sentimental Over You   Options Solo  Jazz Records  1980   
Dollar Brand (Abdullah Ibrahim)  Kippy   Options African Piano  Spectator  1970   
Aki Takase  I Got It Bad and That Ain't Good   Options My Ellington  Intakt  2013   
Duke Ellington & John Coltrane  In a Sentimental Mood   Options Duke Ellington & John Coltrane  Impulse!  1963   
 
Music behind DJ:
Chaz Jankel 
To Woo Lady Kong   Options My Occupation: The Music of Chaz Jankel       
Loren Stillman & Bad Touch  Dream Therapy   Options Going Public  Fresh Sound New Talent  2014   
Steve Lehman Octet  Autumn Interlude   Options Mise en Abîme  PI Recordings  2014   
Lester Bowie's Brass Fantasy  I Only Have Eyes for You   Options I Only Have Eyes for You  ECM  1985   
Bill Dixon  In Search of a Sound   Options 17 Musicians in Search of a Sound: Darfur  AUM Fidelity  2008   
 
Music behind DJ:
Booker T. & The MGs 
Melting Pot   Options Melting Pot       
Charlie Haden's Liberation Music Orchestra  Silence   Options The Ballad of the Fallen  ECM  1983   
Anthony Braxton  Silence   Options Silence  Freedom  1975  rec. 1969 
Karen Dalton  In the Evening   Options Green Rocky Road  Megaphone  2008  rec. 1963 
 
Music behind DJ:
Boards of Canada 
Eagle in Your Mind   Options Music Has the Right to Children       
Frank Sinatra  I Wish I Were in Love Again   Options The Capitol Years  Capitol     
Chico Freeman  Don't Get Around Much Anymore   Options Spirit Sensitive  India Navigation  1979   
Fairport Convention  I'll Keep It with Mine   Options What We Did on Our Holidays  Island  1969   
Ernie Graham  The Girl that Turned the Lever   Options Ernie Graham  Liberty  1971   
David Murray Octet  Home   Options Home  Black Saint     
 
Music behind DJ:
Mouse on Mars 
Fantastic Analysis   Options Idiology       
Ethel  No Nickel Blues   Options Heavy  Innova  2012   
Jason Kao Hwang / Spontaneous River  Movement Nine   Options Symphony of Souls  Mulatta  2011   
Leroy Jenkins & James Emery  Ashiata   Options Creative Music Studio (Archive Selections, Vol. 1)  Innova  2014  rec. 1977 
 
Music behind DJ:
Dudu Pukwana & Spear 
Flute Music   Options Flute Music  Caroline  1975   

Listener comments!

Avatar    Mon. 5/5/14 11:58am pacific standard simon:

WHOOP! I have conquered my wife's craptastic tech puzzler -- wireless printer settings! Now I can listen to this show in peace for a couple hours before heading to work to train a new employee. Peace 'n' love!
Avatar    Mon. 5/5/14 12:01pm Carmichael:

Okee Dokee, here and ready on a Monday morning. Dat's one snazzy broad ...
Avatar    Mon. 5/5/14 12:02pm listener james from westwood:

Good Monday, Jeff, Jeff, and all!!
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 12:02pm Jeff Golick:

Pictured at left: my in-laws.
Avatar    Mon. 5/5/14 12:05pm listener james from westwood:

Terribly sorry to hear of your loss, Jeff. Hope the time w/ family has been healing. That is a wonderful picture.
Avatar    Mon. 5/5/14 12:06pm holland oats:

sorry jeff (lovely pic)
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 12:07pm Doug Schulkind:

Much love to all Steinberg-Golicks everywhere.
Avatar    Mon. 5/5/14 12:07pm pacific standard simon:

She sure had a sense of style, Jeff.
Avatar    Mon. 5/5/14 12:08pm Uncle Michael:

My condolences, Jeff.

I have never heard a cover of this "Beatles" track before.
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 12:08pm Jeff Golick:

Thanks, all! Great to have you with me today -- whoopin' @pss; ready @Carmichael; listenin' james; hollerin' @holland; davenin' Doug.
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 12:09pm Jeff Golick:

Thanks, @Uncle Michael. Why the quotes? Not canonical?
Avatar    Mon. 5/5/14 12:10pm Uncle Michael:

Because I think George Martin composed it. I could be wrong.
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 12:10pm Jeff Golick:

Mary was indeed stylin'. She also did not give a flying fig what anybody else thought, most of the time. Went her own way.
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 12:12pm Jeff Golick:

Ah; that makes sense, @UM.
Avatar    Mon. 5/5/14 12:13pm Uncle Michael:

Like I said, I could be wrong.
Avatar    Mon. 5/5/14 12:15pm Uncle Michael:

Going to be listening, mobile...until I settle in somewhere else.
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 12:16pm Jeff Golick:

Unsurprised to see that this is the second time this Burmese cut has been played at FMU...
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 12:16pm Jeff Golick:

Safe travels, UM.
  Mon. 5/5/14 12:19pm doca:

Hello, Jeffs and non-Jeffs
Avatar    Mon. 5/5/14 12:19pm ndbob:

afternoon Jeffs and everyone!
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 12:20pm Jeff Golick:

Hi hi, @doca and @ndbob.
  Mon. 5/5/14 12:24pm Dean:

Love this Dockstader. All three Aerials are gorgeous.
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 12:26pm Jeff Golick:

Howdy, Dean, and welcome. Yeah, huge sounds.
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 12:30pm northguineahills:

Nice Tod Dockstader.
  Mon. 5/5/14 12:32pm ?:

Howdy to all, really dig the isophonic boogie
Avatar    Mon. 5/5/14 12:32pm duke:

Hola Jeffs, Doug and listeners
Avatar    Mon. 5/5/14 12:33pm holland oats:

love this roland record
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 12:34pm Doug Schulkind:

Um, this is really fine. Never (cough, cough) heard it before.
Avatar    Mon. 5/5/14 12:34pm pacific standard simon:

Sounds like "Train Kept A-Rollin'"
Avatar    Mon. 5/5/14 12:34pm duke:

I'm glad I got here in time for Roland P Young
Avatar    Mon. 5/5/14 12:35pm listener james from westwood:

Stellar cuts thus far!!
Avatar    Mon. 5/5/14 12:37pm holland oats:

late as usual, schulkind
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 12:40pm Jeff Golick:

Not as late as you might think, @holland oats.
Avatar    Mon. 5/5/14 12:42pm holland oats:

surely i jest
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 12:44pm Shirley:

Gotcha.
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 12:45pm Doug Schulkind:

Embarrassing but kind of funny: Jeff asked if I had a copy of that Roland P. Young. Which I did and emailed to him along with a snarky comment about it "not being as good as it ought to be."

The egg on my face has been lightly scrambled with capers and scallions. Please, everyone, dig in.
Avatar    Mon. 5/5/14 12:48pm Brian in UK:

You are a fine looking woman, Shirley.
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 12:56pm Jeff Golick:

Hey, Brian, and thanks.

Here's the Helen Merrill link: inconstantsol.blogspot.com...
  Mon. 5/5/14 12:57pm doca:

Does anyone knows where Susie Ibarra is up these days? I think Drum Sketches is her latest album, isn't it?
  Mon. 5/5/14 12:57pm ?:

Thoughts on Roland Youngs' 2009 "Istet Serenade"... Almost 30 years after isophonic boogie, was that is second solo record?
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 1:00pm Jeff Golick:

Excellent question, @doca, but no answers here.

And @?, I have not heard that RPY record...anyone else?
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 1:05pm northguineahills:

Last I heard, Susie Ibarra moved back to Houston, but that was 7 years ago.
Avatar    Mon. 5/5/14 1:07pm Uncle Michael:

I gotta say, that Roland Young thing was freaking great.
  Mon. 5/5/14 1:08pm doca:

@ngh: Maybe that's why she's kinda silent the last few years
  Mon. 5/5/14 1:08pm Dean:

@ngh: Back to Houston? I thought she was from Anaheim. She's playing in NYC this month: http://www.susieibarra.com/susieibarra/news/
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 1:09pm Doug Schulkind:

I once saw at BAM a dance performance by Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane that was accompanied by the duet of Connie Crothers and Max Roach.
Avatar    Mon. 5/5/14 1:11pm Uncle Michael:

Jeff, that photograph of your in-laws looks to be, at the very least, professional portraiture and quite possibly, fashion photography. Was your mother-in-law given to fits of professional modeling?
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 1:17pm Jeff Golick:

UM: I don't think there was any pro modeling happening, though there are a few other great pro shots that we have.

One thing we've been talking about are all of the stories/arcane knowledge we've lost w/ her passing. Like, they vacationed in pre-Castro Cuba with Peter Falk. That's all I know about that trip. They lived in the Chelsea Hotel for a time when my wife was very young. Etc etc.
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 1:27pm northguineahills:

Yes, Susie is from SoCal. She married another musician (2nd marriage?) and they then went to Houston. I haven't heard anything since then. I suppose I could ask some of my friends thee next time I see them.
Avatar    Mon. 5/5/14 1:35pm ndbob:

excellent show Jeffs - i need to go - bye for now
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 1:35pm Jeff Golick:

Thanks, and you're welcome, and take care, @ndbob!
Avatar    Mon. 5/5/14 1:48pm pacific standard simon:

Me too -- buh-bye!
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 1:48pm Jeff Golick:

Same to you, too, @pss!
Avatar    Mon. 5/5/14 1:55pm listener james from westwood:

There's random a cappella performance of "I Only Have Eyes" in the movie "Pi," echoing through the spaces of a NYC subway station. Combined with the claustrophobic mood and, literally, the space in which it's delivered, it's more than faintly sinister in its context.
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 1:57pm Jeff Golick:

Huh - will have to go back to that, @ljfw. I have seen the movie but don't recall that perf. I do recall watching with white knuckles, however.
Avatar    Mon. 5/5/14 2:00pm listener james from westwood:

It's just a brief moment amid a movie with quite a number of weird moments, but hearing that song reminded me of it. IIRC the performer was Aronofsky's father or F-I-L.
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 2:04pm northguineahills:

I've never heard silence, I've only read about it.
  Mon. 5/5/14 2:05pm shorter wayne:

I love "I Sing The Body Electric"/Sweetnighter/Mysterious Traveler & more Weather Report!
Avatar    Mon. 5/5/14 2:05pm Carmichael:

I was about to ask if the stream was working. Then I saw the song title ...
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 2:08pm Doug Schulkind:

I love Anthony Braxton the way I love my left lung.
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 2:09pm Jeff Golick:

A good one for headphones -- you can hear their bodies shifting in space.
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 2:10pm Jeff Golick:

They = AB, Leo Smith, and Leroy Jenkins.
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 2:10pm Jeff Golick:

Hey, @shorter wayne. Welcome. You might dig the archived show from last week!
  Mon. 5/5/14 2:13pm doca:

Oh my...When I fell asleep it was playing Duke Ellington...
  Mon. 5/5/14 2:14pm shorter wayne:

Which Jeffrey doesn't care for Weather Report?
Avatar    Mon. 5/5/14 2:16pm listener james from westwood:

Karen Dalton!! With bonus studio chitchat.
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 2:16pm Jeff Golick:

I think that was Jeff J on last week's show. I am somewhat embarrassed to say that I really haven't spent any time listening to WR...
  Mon. 5/5/14 2:19pm Dean:

shorter wayne's identified records by WR are well worth spinning. Reminds me of a friend who, despite having very wide exposure to all kinds of music, had never gotten around to Mahavishnu Orchestra's Birds of Fire. Once he did he understood what all the shouting was about.
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 2:21pm Doug Schulkind:

I am an unashamed Weather Report underappreciator.
  Mon. 5/5/14 2:23pm doca:

Yeah, me too. Anything that resembles fusion is (un)fortunately alien to me, even some Miles electric period are harder for me to get.
Avatar    Mon. 5/5/14 2:27pm Carmichael:

Not me. I kinda dig most fusion stuff, although some can sound much more uhhh .. *commercial* than others.
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 2:29pm Jeff Golick:

Dean/Doug/doca/Carm: For me, it has been the free-floating "conventional wisdom" that WR is not worth checking out that has (shamefully) kept me from it. I wish that it weren't so. But we gotta make choices, I suppose...
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 2:31pm northguineahills:

Fairport! Sandy!
  Mon. 5/5/14 2:31pm shorter wayne:

Yeah Listen to "Bitches Brew"by Miles & go Electric like Howlin' Wolf!
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 2:32pm doca:

@Carm/Jeff: it's not the commercial thing that I don't like exactly, it is the idea of rock that comes with fusion. I like mixing jazz with everything, but the way it usually does in fusion I think is a poor understanding both of jazz and specially rock music. But then again, I say that knowing only too few of jazz fusion.
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 2:33pm Jeff Golick:

(And that's "conventional wisdom," non-commercial division.)
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 2:33pm doca:

"Mixing jazz" sounded like jazz was a beverage or something.
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 2:34pm Doug Schulkind:

And I don't like Mel Tormé, either. But I could see that self-imposed prohibition changing sooner than the WR one. Actually, I have found that the longer I keep moving forward, the more of my biases melt away. Maybe I will just love everything by the time I'm dead.
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 2:35pm Jeff Golick:

We should do a fusion show.
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 2:35pm doca:

@Doug: for me, that's the WFMU effect.
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 2:35pm Jeff Golick:

(Also: what Doug said.)
Avatar    Mon. 5/5/14 2:35pm Uncle Michael:

Doug, go listen to that last Mel Tormé I played and tell me what's not to love?
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 2:37pm Doug Schulkind:

I'm just dying to love me some Mel Tormé.
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 2:38pm Jeff Golick:

Is this song title, as Tracey Jordan would have it, a metaphor?
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 2:39pm northguineahills:

Awsome show! Gotta run. Thanks Jeff!
Avatar    Mon. 5/5/14 2:39pm Uncle Michael:

For something.
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 2:40pm Jeff Golick:

Bye, @ngh! Thanks, as ever!
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 2:41pm Jeff Golick:

You are all really glad I do not have the mic on right about now.
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 2:44pm Doug Schulkind:

If you had left the mic on, would we have been witness to a D:Orio Scenario?
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 2:45pm Jeff Golick:

Indeed. Minus the ability to sing.
  Mon. 5/5/14 2:46pm Dean:

Ernie Graham and Brinsley Schwarz! Love it.

"Birdland"-era WR got a little silly, but the earlier stuff holds up. Fusion takes a bad rap due to the excess and eccentricities of some (among whom I don't include Miles, but YMMV). Check out Gary Boyle's Isotope with Hugh Hopper. Perfectly tailored.
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 2:47pm Doug Schulkind:

I couldn't carry a tune if it had handles. Not like that Mel Tormé.
Avatar    Mon. 5/5/14 2:48pm Carmichael:

Good explanation, Dean. That's what I was getting at, but couldn't quite say.
  Mon. 5/5/14 2:50pm Dean:

"Lever"? Maybe she was a barista?
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 2:53pm Jeff Golick:

Thanks for the Isotope rec, Dean.
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 2:55pm earrie:

In 1971? I think the girl in question perhaps flipped a switch that had been previously stuck in a single-state.
Avatar    Mon. 5/5/14 2:56pm Uncle Michael:

Dean, thanks for that rec' on the Walt Dickerson/Sun Ra "visions" album. I'm in love.
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 2:56pm Jeff Golick:

Hey there, @earrie!
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 2:56pm earrie:

'Stuck' ? Maybe the word is 'lodged'.
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 2:56pm Jeff Golick:

Going a tad long today -- won't quite make up for last week, but it's something?
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 2:57pm Doug Schulkind:

This blog posting is from 2009, but the link still works: acasaderoderick.blogspot.com...
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 2:58pm earrie:

Hi. Thanks for the very excellent listening.
  Mon. 5/5/14 2:59pm Dean:

I hope you like them, Jeff. You're welcome, as are you, UM. Yes, I still have stars in my eyes from having first heard the Sun Ra/Dickerson record.

Yes, Doug, that's one of the Isotope records. Real nice stuff.
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 3:02pm doca:

Thanks for the great show, Jeff G., and sorry for your loss. I'm gonna switch over to Scott Williams right now. See ya all!
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 3:04pm Jeff Golick:

Thanks, and see you, @doca!
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 3:05pm Jeff Golick:

You're welcome, @earrie.
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 3:05pm Jeff Golick:

...and thanks for that link, Doug.
Avatar    Mon. 5/5/14 3:10pm Uncle Michael:

Thanks, Jeff!
Avatar    Mon. 5/5/14 3:10pm duke:

Thanks Jeff
Avatar    Mon. 5/5/14 3:11pm listener james from westwood:

Many thanks, Jeff, for the fine show. Hope the days going forward get easier and again, my sympathies.
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 3:12pm Jeff Golick:

Thanks, @ljfw! And to @duke and @UM, too! See y'all soon, I'm sure....
  Mon. 5/5/14 3:12pm Dean:

Nice words, ljfw. They echo my sentiments.
Avatar Mon. 5/5/14 3:13pm Jeff Golick:

Appreciate that, Dean. Off to check Isotope!
Avatar    Tue. 5/6/14 5:41pm Brian in UK:

Mr Golick, thought you might like to peruse this article.
Chin chin
www.independent.co.uk...
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