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Three hours of adventurous jazz drawing on the Destination: Out archives and other planes of there.

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Options May 4, 2015: Duke to Plank to Guy to Kowald

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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  1974/1998   
Duke Ellington  Didjeridoo   Options The Afro-Eurasian Eclipse  Fantasy  1971/1975   
Duke Ellington  Apes and Peacocks   Options The Queen's Suite    1959   
Duke Ellington  Loco Madi   Options The Uwis Suite    1972   
Duke Ellington  Blood Count   Options ...And His Mother Called Him Bill  RCA  1968   
Duke Ellington  Something   Options The Goutelas Suite    1971   
Duke Ellington  Afro-Bossa   Options Afro-Bossa  Reprise  1963   
Duke Ellington  Tang   Options The Afro-Eurasian Eclipse  Fantasy  1971/1975   
Duke Ellington  Bonga   Options Afro-Bossa  Reprise  1963   
Duke Ellington  Afrique (take 2)   Options The Conny Plank Session  Grönland  1970/2015   
Music behind DJ:
Chaz Jankel 
To Woo Lady Kong   Options        
Globe Unity Orchestra  Bavarian Calypso [take 1]   Options Bavarian Calypso ... Plus  FMP  1975   
Harmonia  Notre Dame   Options Deluxe  Brain  1975   
Michael Rother  Karussell   Options Flammende Herzen  Sky  1977   
Moebius & Plank  Two Oldtimers   Options Rastakraut Pasta  Sky  1980   
Eno Moebius Roedelius  Broken Head   Options After the Heat  Sky  1978   
Roedelius  Mr. Livingstone I Suppose   Options Durch Die Wüste  Sky  1978   
Music behind DJ:
Booker T. & the MG's 
Melting Pot   Options        
Fred Frith & Barry Guy  Climbing the Ladder   Options Backscatter Bright Blue  Intakt  2015   
Barry Guy & the London Jazz Composers Orchestra  Part I: Introduction (The End)   Options Ode  Incus  1972   
Iskra 1903  Improvisation 5   Options Iskra 1903  Incus  1972  Guy, Paul Rutherford, & Derek Bailey 
Tony Oxley Quintet  Detonation   Options 1974.03.18 - BBC Studio, London  [boot]  1974  Dave Holdsworth, Paul Rutherford, Howard Riley, Guy & Oxley. 
Music behind DJ:
Natural Food 
Fair Breeze on Buzzard's Bay   Options        
Barry Guy & the London Jazz Composers Orchestra  Harmos   Options Harmos  Intakt  1989   
Music behind DJ:
Hailu Mergia 
Shemonmuanaye   Options Hailu Mergia & His Classical Instrument       
Peter Kowald  Trollymog   Options Duos: Europa America Japan  FMP  1991  w/ Peter Brötzmann 
Peter Kowald  Without the Fat of Sacrifice   Options Duos 2: Europa America Japan  FMP  2003  w/ Fred Frith 
Smith | Kowald | Sommer  Wind Song in a Dance of Unity   Options Touch the Earth  FMP  1980   
Music behind DJ:
Dudu Pukwana & Spear 
Flute Music   Options Flute Music  Caroline  1975   

Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 5/4/15 12:05pm fred:

Hello Jeffs and non-Jeffs
Avatar Mon. 5/4/15 12:05pm Jeff J:

Hey Fred! Thanks for joining us.
Avatar Mon. 5/4/15 12:07pm glenn:

je suis jeff.
  Mon. 5/4/15 12:08pm Dean:

Bummer. I can't make Wednesday mornings!
Avatar Mon. 5/4/15 12:11pm glenn:

in fact, i demand that the new baby princess be named jeff.
Avatar    Mon. 5/4/15 12:12pm duke:

Hello D:O
Avatar Mon. 5/4/15 12:13pm Jeff J:

Hey Glenn, Dean, and Duke! Great to see you all.

Dean - Hope you'll check out the shows in the archive. They're vacuum sealed for guaranteed freshness.
Avatar Mon. 5/4/15 12:14pm glenn:

jazz history question - did duke / orchestra do the original version of caravan?
Avatar Mon. 5/4/15 12:16pm the Canterbury wood-elf:

I loved the two hours of Duke on Irwin's show (DE's 116th birthday) the other day, but he missed out on this one. Innovating to the very end...
Avatar Mon. 5/4/15 12:16pm Jeff J:

Glenn - someone else got there first on Caravan, but Duke's version put the tune on the map.
  Mon. 5/4/15 12:17pm Santos L Halper:

Greetings Jeffs etc. Haven't heard this before. Duke been listening to some Ra...(and vice-versa of course)
Avatar Mon. 5/4/15 12:18pm Jeff J:

Hey CWE - Hopefully we'll have a number of tunes that Irwin missed. Wish I had caught that show! Yep, Duke was making remarkable music until the end, a lot of which critics have yet to catch up with.
Avatar Mon. 5/4/15 12:19pm Jeff Golick:

Hi, all! *This* is Loco Madi" -- jumped the gun a tad on the playlist...
Avatar Mon. 5/4/15 12:20pm Jeff J:

hey Santos! I'm sure Duke was aware of Ra. And they both had an interest in exotica -- we're showcasing some of that a bit later...
Avatar Mon. 5/4/15 12:24pm Jeff Golick:

Happy to say we have no overlap with Irwin's Duke bday show, which you should listen to after this show, if you haven't already heard it: wfmu.org...
  Mon. 5/4/15 12:38pm Dean:

@glenn: See Wikipedia on "Caravan (1937 song)." The Ellington-led recording appeared in 1937, but there was a 1936 recording by Barney Bigard and his Jazzopaters [sic] with Ellington in the band. I'm trying in vain to find an article that confirms this.
Avatar Mon. 5/4/15 12:48pm Doug Schulkind:

Take me 2 Afrique!
  Mon. 5/4/15 12:52pm Dean:

Did this scene get cut from "Annie Hall"?
  Mon. 5/4/15 12:53pm Santos L Halper:

McLuhan: Turning Japanese?
  Mon. 5/4/15 12:59pm Dean:

The drummer is giving some.
Avatar Mon. 5/4/15 1:00pm glenn:

the jazzopaters. i like it.
  Mon. 5/4/15 1:00pm Dean:

You're cutting out-and-in, Jeff G.
Avatar Mon. 5/4/15 1:04pm Jeff Golick:

Sorry for the banging here -- the crew just beneath my feet decided to start hammering nails into the ceiling below my desk as that set break started.
Avatar Mon. 5/4/15 1:04pm Jeff Golick:

The joint is jumping. The cat, too.
  Mon. 5/4/15 1:05pm Dean:

Oops. I meant Jeff J. Your voice was waning and warbling.
Avatar Mon. 5/4/15 1:06pm Jeff Golick:

@Dean: I think that was in large part due to the shaking machinery on my end.
Avatar Mon. 5/4/15 1:10pm Jeff Golick:

No one's drums sound like Jaki's.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Mon. 5/4/15 1:12pm Uncle Michael:

Avatar Mon. 5/4/15 1:13pm Jeff Golick:

...and accounted for! Welcome, UM!
Avatar Mon. 5/4/15 1:16pm Jeff Golick:

I fully expect to see someone's head pop up through my floor during this show. Jesus Christ.
Avatar Mon. 5/4/15 1:16pm Doug Schulkind:

Remember that ignorant spilge Adam Gopnik wrote about Ellington a few years ago? God that was ignorant spilge.
Avatar Mon. 5/4/15 1:17pm Jeff J:

Hey UM!

Doug - I remember that Gopnik piece well. It was so beyond stupid that it "wasn't even wrong." Some new territory of cluelessness.
Avatar Mon. 5/4/15 1:17pm Jeff Golick:

I do remember that I quickly forgot it, Doug.
Avatar Mon. 5/4/15 1:20pm Doug Schulkind:

@Jeff J
Criticizing a work of fiction is a whole different enterprise.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Mon. 5/4/15 1:23pm Uncle Michael:

I never criticize fiction. I just snarkily intone "pictures, or it didn't happen."
Avatar Mon. 5/4/15 1:23pm Doug Schulkind:

Gotta go stack the Triscuits. Have a killer 2nd 1/2 of the show, Jeffs!
Avatar Mon. 5/4/15 1:24pm Jeff Golick:

Thanks, Doug! Here's hoping Marshall McLuhan doesn't pop out to tell you that you know nothing about his work.
Avatar Mon. 5/4/15 1:25pm Jeff J:

@Doug - Ha! Too true about Gopnik's fiction. Good luck at work.
  Mon. 5/4/15 1:45pm Dean:

I just realized that Alison Gopnik is Adam's sister. She's an important psychologist at Berkeley, and she conducts work at the preschool where my kids attend(ed).
Avatar Mon. 5/4/15 1:46pm Jeff Golick:

Crazy, Dean.
Avatar Mon. 5/4/15 1:59pm Jeff J:

Quite something, this Tony Oxley boot.
Avatar Mon. 5/4/15 2:00pm Rich in Washington:

Say, this is swell.
Avatar Mon. 5/4/15 2:00pm Jeff Golick:

Agreed! Not really sure of its provenance. I presume it was for airing on BBC Radio, but not certain.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 5/4/15 2:00pm northguineahills:

Ok, still having my comments eaten before being posted. Cool, Iskra 1903, oh, and now Tony Oxley!
Avatar Mon. 5/4/15 2:02pm Jeff Golick:

Yay, @Rich in Washington! And oy/hi, @northguineahills!
  Mon. 5/4/15 2:04pm davidherskovits:

I just screeched into the listen and This is fantastic Reb Golick! Thank you for it.
Avatar    Mon. 5/4/15 2:08pm duke:

I'm glad the Magic Hour isn't going away
Avatar Mon. 5/4/15 2:10pm Jeff Golick:

Thanks, @duke!
Avatar Mon. 5/4/15 2:11pm Jeff Golick:

@davidherskovits! As I live and breathe. Glad to have you screeching in at any time!
Avatar Mon. 5/4/15 2:25pm Jeff Golick:

For personnel on Harmos, look here: www.discogs.com...
  Mon. 5/4/15 2:26pm Dean:

I thought I heard a Dunmall in there!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 5/4/15 2:29pm Ike:

Avatar Mon. 5/4/15 2:31pm Jeff Golick:

Hello, Ike!
Avatar    Mon. 5/4/15 3:03pm duke:

Thanks Jeffs
Avatar Mon. 5/4/15 3:05pm Jeff Golick:

Glad you could share the time, @duke.
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