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Options June 23, 2014: The stylings of Silver. And then we hit the road.

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Artist Track Album Label Year
Roscoe Mitchell  Tatas-Matoes   Options Congliptious  Nessa  1968 
 
Music behind DJ:
Sun Ra 
The Perfect Man   Options The Singles  Evidence  1974 
Horace SIlver  Peace   Options Blowin' the Blues Away  Blue Note  1959 
Horace Silver  The Preacher   Options Horace Silver & the Jazz Messengers  Blue Note  1955 
Horace Silver  Doodlin'   Options Horace Silver & the Jazz Messengers  Blue Note  1955 
Horace Silver  The St. Vitus Dance   Options Blowin' the Blues Away  Blue Note  1959 
Horace Silver  Sister Sadie   Options Blowin' the Blues Away  Blue Note  1959 
Horace Silver  Lonely Woman   Options Song For My Father  Blue Note  1965 
Horace Silver  Calcutta Cutie   Options Song For My Father  Blue Note   1965 
Horace Silver  Mexican Hip Dance   Options The Jody Grind  Blue Note  1966 
 
Music behind DJ:
Booker T. & The MGs 
Melting Pot   Options Melting Pot    1971 
Archie Shepp   Peace   Options The Archie Shepp/Bill Dixon Quartet    1962 
Cecil Taylor  Rocks Sub Amba   Options Fly! Fly! Fly! Fly! Fly!    1980 
Gil Evans  Sister Sadie   Options Out of the Cool  Impulse!   1961 
Steely Dan  Rikki Don't Lose That Number   Options Pretzel Logic    1974 
Dusty Springfield   Doodlin'   Options Ev'rything's Coming up Dusty    1965 
Allman Brothers  The Preacher   Options Brothers of the Road    1982 
 
Music behind DJ:
Chaz Jankel 
To Woo Lady Kong   Options My Occupation: The Music of Chaz Jankel     
Modest Mouse  Dramamine   Options This Is A Long Drive For Someone With Nothing To Think About    1996 
Kraftwerk  Autobahn   Options Autobahn    1974 
The Modern Lovers  Roadrunner (alt)   Options The Modern Lovers     
The Clash  Brand New Cadillac   Options London Calling     
The Dictators  (I Live For) Cars and Girls   Options Go Girl Crazy!     
The Vibrators  Whips and Furs   Options Pure Mania     
Camper van Beethoven  Joe Stalin's Cadillac   Options Camper Van Beethoven     
The Flamin' Groovies  Headin' for the Texas Border   Options Flamingo     
The Swingin' Neckbreakers  I Wanna Be Your Driver   Options Shake Break!     
 
Music behind DJ:
John Cale 
Church of Anthrax   Options Church of Anthrax     
Bley-Peacock Synthesizer Show  A Loss of Consciousness   Options Revenge: The Bigger the Love, the Greater the Hate  Polydor  1969 
Bley-Peacock Synthesizer Show  The Cynic   Options Revenge: The Bigger the Love, the Greater the Hate  Polydor  1969 
Bley-Peacock Synthesizer Show  I Belong to a World That's Destroying Itself   Options Revenge: The Bigger the Love, the Greater the Hate  Polydor  1969 
Bley-Peacock Synthesizer Show  Climbing Aspirations   Options Revenge: The Bigger the Love, the Greater the Hate  Polydor  1969 
Bley-Peacock Synthesizer Show  I'm the One   Options Revenge: The Bigger the Love, the Greater the Hate  Polydor  1969 
 
Music behind DJ:
Dudu Pukwana 
Flute Music   Options Flute Music  Caroline  1975 

Listener comments!

Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 12:08pm pacific standard simon:

Stylish stylings. Good morning/afternoon.
  Mon. 6/23/14 12:10pm Jeff J:

Hello Pacific Standard Simon -- and all other listener OUT there!
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 12:10pm Doug Schulkind:

My all-time favorite Jazz Messengers lineup:

Lee Morgan
Hank Mobley
Bobby Timmons
Jymie Merrit
Art Blakey

with apologies to Horace.
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 12:12pm Jeff Golick:

zat the Night in Tunisia line-up, Doug?
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 12:13pm Doug Schulkind:

Night in Tunisia had Wayne Shorter on tenor.
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 12:14pm Doug Schulkind:

Shorter was in that configuration longer than Hank Mobley. Hank was in the group with Donald Byrd, Horace, Doug Watkins and Blakey longer. All of it is blow-your-head-right-off good.
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 12:14pm Jeff Golick:

I guess Wayne'd do fine in a pinch.
  Mon. 6/23/14 12:17pm Jeff J:

Jeff G - sent ya a bunch of emails. Let me know when you have a sec.
  Mon. 6/23/14 12:20pm Jeff Golick:

Yup -- just replied!
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 12:22pm Doug Schulkind:

This Blowin' the Blues Away LP has a tune that would be sadly appropriate for these times: "The Baghdad Blues"
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 12:27pm Brian in UK:

Hello Jeffs 'n Doug. Snappy dresser.
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 12:29pm Jeff J:

Hey Brian in UK! We've got a musical dress code for this set.
  Mon. 6/23/14 12:31pm Jeff Golick:

<foreshadowing>We're going to hear a killer cover of this tune in the next set.</foreshadowing>
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 12:33pm Doug Schulkind:

My money is on Not Buddy Rich:

SISTER SADIE Covers
1960: Hank Crawford – More Soul
1960: Gil Evans – Out of the Cool
1961: Ray Charles – Genius + Soul = Jazz
1961: Shirley Scott – Shirley Scott Plays Horace Silver
1961: James Moody – Cookin' the Blues (Argo)
1963: Woody Herman – Woody Herman–1963
1966: Buddy Rich – Swingin' New Big Band
1975: Ray Charles – My Kind of Jazz Part 3
1975: Rahsaan Roland Kirk – Dog Years in the Fourth Ring (released 1997)
1992: Joe Pass - In Hamburg

(via Wikipedia)
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 12:34pm listener james from westwood:

Oh man, style tags are all I see today. Just got back from a break after hours of applying XML style tags to a book MS. All text now appears naked without them. 13 more chapters to go in this half!
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 12:35pm Doug Schulkind:

I wonder if Horace's Sister Sadie was related to Yusef's Sister Mamie?
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 12:36pm Jeff J:

I'm thinking it takes some guts to title your song Lonely Woman in 1965. Or maybe it's a sort of homage to Ornette?
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 12:38pm Doug Schulkind:

The earliest cover of Ornette's "Lonely Woman," was recorded in 1964, by.....



The Modern Jazz Quartet
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 12:46pm Jeff J:

Hey Listener James! Hope the tunes are soothing the styling woes.
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 12:53pm Uncle Michael:

Loving the tribute to Horace, Jeff(s).
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 1:00pm listener james from westwood:

They always do, Jeff!
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 1:03pm Jeff J:

Thanks Uncle Michael!
  Mon. 6/23/14 1:10pm rogue oats:

yo d:o et al!
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 1:21pm pacific standard simon:

You can call me et al.
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 1:26pm Doug Schulkind:

Guitar solo here by "Skunk" Baxter.
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 1:29pm pacific standard simon:

I missed the "sharp turn" sign...
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 1:29pm Uncle Michael:

This song is amazing.
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 1:32pm Uncle Michael:

Dickey sure can pick.
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 1:32pm Uncle Michael:

Toler brothers era ABB gets short shrift.
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 1:33pm pacific standard simon:

I KNOW it isn't Uncle Michael's birthday.
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 1:36pm Jeff J:

Probably the last Allman Brothers track we'll showcase here for a while. Though we do like to program against our own tastes every now and again...
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 1:37pm Uncle Michael:

I'll take up the slack.
  Mon. 6/23/14 1:38pm rogue oats:

jeez i get no respect without i got my puppy icon and hearty thingie
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 1:39pm pacific standard simon:

Respect is an illusion, Oatie.
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 1:39pm Jeff J:

Yo Rogue Oats! We're a bit short handed today and got our head partially stuck under the hood of this program, so to speak. Good to see you.
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 1:40pm Jeff J:

Though truly, puppy icons and heart thingies never hurt.
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 1:44pm listener james from westwood:

Now is the time on D:O vhen ve dance! Or drive. Either way, Kraftwerk!
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 1:45pm pacific standard simon:

We're Fahrvergnügen.
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 1:46pm davex:

Did someone say Autobahn?
  Mon. 6/23/14 1:47pm rogue oats:

loving the transmission
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 1:48pm pacific standard simon:

Watch out for the Fahrtenmesser.
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 1:48pm Doug Schulkind:

Funny that you earlier played Horace Silver's "St. Vitus Dance." You see, tomorrow is the 640th anniversary of a sudden outbreak, in Aachen, Germany, of the similar "St. John's Dance," which caused "people in the streets to experience hallucinations and begin to jump and twitch uncontrollably until they collapse from exhaustion."

St. John's Dance and the related St. Vitus will be celebrated on tomorrow evening's episode of Give the Drummer Some. Tune in, 6-7pm (ET) here on the Drummer Stream.
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 1:51pm Jeff J:

Looking forward to that program, Doug. St. John's Dance - the very first dance craze to sweep the Continent. More contagious than the Froog... or so history books would have you believe.
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 1:53pm Doug Schulkind:

Oh no, Jeff J. The froog goes back to the Primordial Ooze!
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 1:55pm Rich in Washington:

I still wish I had my Quad 8-Track copy of Autobahn. I keep expecting the track to switch in the middle of Kometenmelodie
  Mon. 6/23/14 1:59pm Dean:

Somebody needs to do a mash-up of this with "Beat on the Brat."
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 1:59pm Jeff J:

Looking forward to the hardcover edition of THE COMPLETE LYRICS OF KRAFTWERK coming out this fall from St. Martin's.
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 2:02pm Jeff J:

Doug - Should've figured the froog went back so far. It's pure reptile brain!

Rich - Kraftwerk Quad 8 tracks, wow. You're blowing my mind. I love that existed and you were savvy enough to own a copy.

Dean - Great idea. Let it be so.
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 2:05pm Doug Schulkind:

I think Reptile Brain's version of The Froog is my favorite. The beat is so subtle, so... implied.
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 2:08pm Uncle Michael:

How long would it take to play all the Modern Lovers' studio versions of Roadrunner?
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 2:09pm Stevel:

Uncle Michael: I'm in for however long it takes.
  Mon. 6/23/14 2:14pm Dean:

What was that Ric Ocasek band?
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 2:17pm pacific standard simon:

When did you guys sneak in and steal my record collection?!
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 2:20pm pacific standard simon:

I'll settle for Hank Williams' Cadillac.
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 2:20pm Jeff Schulkind:

@pacific standard simon
We'll give it back, no worries. And hey, the Jack Daniels stains on the record jackets only add character!
  Mon. 6/23/14 2:21pm Dean:

Carl Perkins' Cadillac, too.
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 2:24pm pacific standard simon:

Some of the older ones have "incense" burns, instead.
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 2:31pm listener james from westwood:

w00t! Album side! Used to dig Sue P's whole-album plays on Solid Gold Hell, too.
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 2:33pm Doug Schulkind:

A half album obsession session!
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 2:40pm listener james from westwood:

And of course I should include Tony's Tape Hiss as another player of the full recording.
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 2:43pm Doug Schulkind:

GIVE THE DRUMMER RADIO PROGRAMMING ALERT:
Speaking of Tape Hiss, Tony Coulter's program tomorrow (12-3pm, ET) will feature rare, unheard cassettes from these fine purveyors of aesthetic excellence: Volkswhale, Glorious Moodmen, Kopf/Kurz, & Metabolist!.

Tape Hiss shows are not archived, so you must tune in during the broadcast to hear it!
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 2:47pm Jeff Schulkind:

Perry Robinson is playing something called an electric clarinet on this album. I wonder what that is, exactly.
  Mon. 6/23/14 2:51pm Dean:

Electric clarinet described here on p.184: http://books.google.com/books?id=G1eg3nnz9swC&lpg=PA184&ots=nJhBbTrSdQ&dq=perry%20robinson%20electric%20clarinet&pg=PA184#v=onepage&q=perry%20robinson%20electric%20clarinet&f=false
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 2:53pm pacific standard simon:

Bunk Gardner had a set up like that in the Mothers of Invention.
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 2:53pm Jeff Schulkind:

Thanks Dean!!
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 2:55pm Uncle Michael:

Great show today. I bow, deeply.
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 2:56pm listener james from westwood:

Thanks most kindly, Jeff!!
Avatar Mon. 6/23/14 2:59pm Jeff Schulkind:

I speak for all Jeffs when I say I LOVE HAVING EARS. And we love having this communal sonic shpritz to splash around in. See you all next week for another shpritz!
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