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Options August 18, 2014

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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   
Cecil Taylor  Port of Call (Take 3)   Options Air  Candid  1960   
Cecil Taylor  Enter, Evening (Soft Line Structure)   Options Unit Structures  Blue Note  1966   
Cecil Taylor  Lono   Options Solo  Trio  1973   
 
Music behind DJ:
Natural Food 
Fair Breeze on Buzzard's Bay   Options        
Cecil Taylor  Living - Dedicated to Julian Beck   Options For Olim  Soul Note  1987   
Cecil Taylor  Lena   Options Live at the Cafe Montmartre  Debut  1962  aka Nefertiti, the Beautiful One Has Come 
Cecil Taylor Segments II (Orchestra Of Two Continents)   Taht   Options Winged Serpent (Sliding Quadrants)  Soul Note  1985   
 
Music behind DJ:
Dick Khoza 
Lilongwe   Options        
Steve Lacy  The Uh Uh Uh   Options Dreams  Saravah  1975  Jean-Jacques Avenel, RIP 
Noah Howard  Fire March   Options Schizophrenic Blues  FMP  1978  J-JA, RIP 
Tristan Honsinger  Television / Pineapplesass   Options This, That, and the Other  ITM Records  1987  J-JA, RIP 
Steve Lacy  Virgin Jungle   Options The Door  Novus  1988  J-JA, RIP 
Kenny Wheeler  The Sweet Time Suite: Part 5 - Know Where You Are   Options Music for Large & Small Ensembles  ECM  1990  http://thebluemoment.com/2014/08/17/postscript-a-benefit-for-kenny-wheeler/ 
 
Music behind DJ:
Booker T. & The MGs 
Melting Pot   Options        
Colin Webster & Mark Holub  Big Paws on a Puppy   Options Viscera  New Atlantis  2014   
Pharoah & The Underground  Asasumamehn   Options Spiral Mercury  Clean Feed  2014   
 
Music behind DJ:
Chaz Jankel 
To Woo Lady Kong   Options        
Tony Conrad  Four Violins (1964)   Options Early Minimalism, Vol. 1  Table of the Elements  1964/1997   
 
Music behind DJ:
Hustlers Brass Band 
Sanford & Son Theme (Street Beater)   Options        
John Zorn | Wadada Leo Smith | George Lewis  The Culture of Gun Violence in the US   Options Sonic Rivers  Tzadik  2014   
Angles 9  Compartmentalization   Options Injuries  Clean Feed  2014   
Roswell Rudd  Trouble in Mind   Options Trombone for Lovers  Sunnyside  2013  (feat. Fay Victor) 
Haruna Miyake | Yuji Takahashi  Letters of Palestinian Children to God   Options Ichimen Nanohana  Alm  1983   
 
Music behind DJ:
Dudu Pukwana & Spear 
Flute Music   Options Flute Music  Caroline  1975   

Listener comments!

Avatar    Mon. 8/18/14 12:02pm listener james from westwood:

How do, Jeff, Jeff, and all other-Jeffs and non-Jeffs out there!
Avatar    Mon. 8/18/14 12:07pm Brian in UK:

Hello is this the no quibble, return within fourteen days freeform radio show?

Hi james.
Avatar    Mon. 8/18/14 12:08pm listener james from westwood:

Simply return unlistened portion for a full refund!
Avatar Mon. 8/18/14 12:11pm northguineahills:

yaye, Cecil!
Avatar Mon. 8/18/14 12:11pm glenn:

r.i.p., little white squirrel. www.blogto.com...
  Mon. 8/18/14 12:11pm Dean:

I do hope you play a track from the Victo show a few years ago. He had trouble at the border into Canada, so John Oswald and Paul Plimley, on a moment's notice, opened the show in lieu of Marilyn Crispell, who was set to close it. But Taylor showed up and did a full set. What a night.
Avatar    Mon. 8/18/14 12:12pm duke:

Hi Jeffs, Doug and all and sundry.
Avatar Mon. 8/18/14 12:13pm Jeff Golick:

Happy Monday, one and all, and thanks for coming by!
Avatar Mon. 8/18/14 12:14pm Jeff Golick:

@Brian/@ljfw: twice your money back if not satisfied!
Avatar Mon. 8/18/14 12:14pm Jeff Golick:

Sorry for your loss, @glenn.
Avatar Mon. 8/18/14 12:14pm glenn:

fanks.
Avatar Mon. 8/18/14 12:16pm Doug Schulkind:

Speaking of R.I.P., my wife lost her mom this past Saturday night. Natural causes, as they say, at 97. She was a pretty damn good mother-in-law. The only one who laughed unreservedly at all my jokes. The world is now and forever a much tougher room.
Avatar Mon. 8/18/14 12:17pm glenn:

my condolences to you and mrs. drummer.
Avatar Mon. 8/18/14 12:18pm Jeff Golick:

Ugh, so sorry to hear, Doug. Hugs to you and fam.
  Mon. 8/18/14 12:18pm Jeff J:

Hey all - thanks for dropping by!

Doug - So sorry to hear about your mother-in-law.
  Mon. 8/18/14 12:20pm Jeff J:

Dean - Has that Victo show been officially released? If so, it's one that slipped past us.
Avatar Mon. 8/18/14 12:21pm Jeff Golick:

On this Unit Structures cut, reeds are Jimmy Lyons and Ken McIntyre.
Avatar Mon. 8/18/14 12:23pm northguineahills:

darn, sorry for your loss, Doug.
Avatar Mon. 8/18/14 12:25pm Doug Schulkind:

Thanks, mates. No surprises on this end. The boulder was rolling apace down the mountain and there was no Sisyphus in sight. OK that was weird. Please tell me my dearest didn't just see me refer to her mother as a boulder.

Please.
  Mon. 8/18/14 12:25pm Dean:

Doug - Condolences to you and your wife, and bravo to a woman who hiked the trail beyond 95 years! Remarkable, but sad.

Jeff J - Yes, it's on the Victo label, three disks: http://jazztimes.com/articles/12910-complicite-paul-plimley-john-oswald-marilyn-crispell-cecil-taylor
  Mon. 8/18/14 12:31pm Dean:

And, lord, that was way back in 2000, not just "a few years ago"! I would stay in Victo at the B&B (just a house, really, with an extra bedroom) of a retired nurse who spoke zero English. My buddies and I bought her a ticket to the Taylor show. She knew Victo's festival through the newspaper accounts, but had never been to a show. She genuinely enjoyed the entire long show.
Avatar    Mon. 8/18/14 12:42pm duke:

Unit Structure, makeout music?
  Mon. 8/18/14 1:00pm Jeff J:

@Duke - I'm thinking Nefertiti is the real get busy slow jam.
  Mon. 8/18/14 1:01pm Jeff J:

Dean - I hear you how time flies! I've taken my dad to several Cecil shows - his idea of jazz is McCoy Tyner - and he loved them. Bowled over the energy and mastery that's unmistakble in a live context.
Avatar    Mon. 8/18/14 1:07pm Carmichael:

Good morning to Jeffs and others.
Avatar Mon. 8/18/14 1:08pm Doug Schulkind:

Just downloaded this the other day and LOVING it: differentperspectivesinmyroom.blogspot.com...
Avatar    Mon. 8/18/14 1:09pm Brian in UK:

Doug, Condolences to your good lady. No matter what age it still hits like train. Is it Chicago?
That Sisyphus job is no work for a grown up.
Avatar Mon. 8/18/14 1:10pm Doug Schulkind:

Thanks, B in UK. Jessie's mom was here in Pittsburgh, so we were able to spend much time with her.
Avatar    Mon. 8/18/14 1:14pm Brian in UK:

Doug, I remember reading this about forty years ago.
www.goodreads.com...
Avatar Mon. 8/18/14 1:18pm Jeff Golick:

Derek Bailey on funk guitar here...
  Mon. 8/18/14 1:18pm Dean:

Re: that Cecil Taylor/Gigi Grice record, I recently stumbled across a sampler of piano music on a label, Private Music, featuring solo performances by Eddie Jobson, Joachim Kuhn, etc. It looked/smelled distinctively New Age-y, so I didn't buy it. But Buell Neidlilnger produced at least one of the tracks.
  Mon. 8/18/14 1:20pm Dean:

Yow. No idea J-J A had passed on! What a joy it was watching him perform.
Avatar Mon. 8/18/14 1:21pm Jeff Golick:

Sadly never say him play live, Dean. Have heard similar from other commentors, though.
Avatar Mon. 8/18/14 1:21pm Jeff Golick:

Welcome, Carmichael!
Avatar    Mon. 8/18/14 1:24pm listener james from westwood:

Just back to the computer and terribly saddened to learn of your loss, Doug. Good to hear you and the family were able to see her so often. As expected as it may have been, you and Jessie have my sympathies. And I wish I'd had my grandparents until they were 97 as Lincoln did with her!! What a window into another world she must have been for her. Good thoughts to all of her family in the days ahead.
Avatar Mon. 8/18/14 1:32pm Doug Schulkind:

Thanks, James. Thanks.
Avatar Mon. 8/18/14 1:37pm Jeff Golick:

The great Sam Woodyard is playing drums on this Ellington/Strayhorn tune. (Joining Oliver Johnson, also on drums.)
Avatar Mon. 8/18/14 1:38pm Jeff Golick:

Woodyard would pass away about two months after this session.
Avatar Mon. 8/18/14 1:41pm Jeff Golick:

Kenny Wheeler and his wife are both ailing and in need of support. See link in the playlist for a post re a recent benefit held recently in their honor, in London. To contribute to the cause via PayPal, the email address is: friendsofkennywheeler@gmail.com
Avatar    Mon. 8/18/14 1:42pm duke:

Scrolling back through the comments. I'm sorry to hear about your loss Doug,
Avatar Mon. 8/18/14 2:02pm northguineahills:

I heard another track from Pharoah & the Underground last week, and it's very nice.
Avatar Mon. 8/18/14 2:07pm northguineahills:

ahhh, I still have the vinyl (and the box set version) of Four Violins.
  Mon. 8/18/14 2:07pm John in England:

Just when I thought nothing in the Kenny Wheeler discography could surprise me, I came across him playing with Joe Harriott in 1969 (part of a compilation CD called Trad Dads, Dirty Boppers and Free Fusioneers -- details on the forcedexposure website).
Avatar Mon. 8/18/14 2:10pm Jeff Golick:

John: that's the soundtrack to the book of the same name, yah? I recall Doug playing something from that a while back.
  Mon. 8/18/14 2:14pm John in England:

Loosely linked to the book, but independently produced and distributed. Looking it up before commenting, I discovered that Reel Recordings might have bitten the dust, which is a great shame.
Avatar    Mon. 8/18/14 2:17pm Carmichael:

Doug played some Joe Harriott just last week.
Avatar Mon. 8/18/14 2:17pm Jeff Golick:

Yes, it's true that Reel has thrown in the towel. I think that comp was their last project. Doug would know more...
Avatar Mon. 8/18/14 2:28pm northguineahills:

I never get tired of early Tony Conrad.
  Mon. 8/18/14 2:33pm John in England:

Re. J-J Avenel, there is is a Steve Lacy DVD (Lift The Bandstand) where you can see him playing the bass at a really strange angle, which must explain why he could be a very 'clicky' player. Mal Waldron's last recording (I think) was a trio with Steve Lacy and J-J Avenel -- One More Time.
Avatar Mon. 8/18/14 2:41pm northguineahills:

Off for eatings, thanks Jeffs! Thorough enjoyed this one!
Avatar    Mon. 8/18/14 2:41pm listener james from westwood:

Holy crow, 100 shows! Tempus fugit! Likely will be here listening and working. Will make the Labor Day labors all worth it.
Avatar Mon. 8/18/14 2:44pm Jeff Golick:

Thanks, @ngh. Happy fooding.
Avatar Mon. 8/18/14 2:44pm Jeff Golick:

Aw, thanks, @ljfw. We can't quite believe it ourselves.
Avatar Mon. 8/18/14 2:44pm Jeff Golick:

@John in England: thanks for the tip re that DVD; we'll have to seek it out.
Avatar    Mon. 8/18/14 3:02pm duke:

Thank you Jeffs!
Avatar Mon. 8/18/14 3:04pm Jeff Golick:

'welcome, duke! Thanks for hanging!
Avatar    Mon. 8/18/14 3:04pm listener james from westwood:

many thanks, lads!!
Avatar Mon. 8/18/14 3:08pm Jeff Golick:

Pleasure is ours, listener james!
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