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Options November 2, 2015: Nothing Less Than the Absolute Truth

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments
Cal Tjader   Money Penny Goes for Broke   Options Cal Tjader Sounds Out Burt Bacharach  Skye  1968   
Mtume Umoja Ensemble  Utamu   Options Alkebu-Lan: Land of The Blacks Live at the East  Strata East   1967   
Doug Hammond and Mo' Folks  Struttin' In (From The People's Suite)   Options We People  Idibib   1989   
Sonny Simmons   Resolutions   Options Music From the Spheres  ESP-Disk  1966   
 
Music behind DJ:
Igres 
Yellow Green   Options        
Doug Carn   Power and Glory   Options Revelations  Black Jazz   1973   
Sam Rivers with Hubbard, Hancock, Chambers & Carter   Mellifluous Cacaphony   Options Contours  Blue Note  1965   
Marcus Belgrave   Space Odyssey   Options Gemini II  Tribe   1974   
Sam Sanders   Inner City Player   Options Mirror, Mirror  Strata / 180 Proof  2013   
 
Music behind DJ:
Igres  
Yellow Green   Options        
Sphere   Alicia   Options Inside Ourselves  Strata   1974   
Archie Shepp   Blasé   Options Blasé  BYG  1969  Jeanne Lee on vocals 
Billy Harper   Sir Galahad   Options Capra Black  Strata-East Records  1973   
Art Ensemble of Chicago with Fontella Bass  Theme De Yo Yo   Options Les Stances A Sophie  Nessa   1970   
 
Music behind DJ:
Igres  
Yellow Green   Options        
Maurice McIntyre   Kach Ehmo   Options Humility in the Light of the Creator  Delmark      
Calvin Keys   B.E.   Options Shawn-Neeq  Black Jazz   1971   
Patty Waters   You Thrill Me   Options Sings  ESP-Disk  1966   
The Visitors: Earl and Carl Grubbs   Motherland   Options Motherland  Muse   1975   

Listener comments!

Avatar Mon. 11/2/15 7:02pm listener james from westwood:

Evening and welcome back, Kim!
Avatar Mon. 11/2/15 7:06pm KimSorise:

Hi James! Happy to return! Enjoy the show and thanks for tuning in!
Welcome All!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 11/2/15 7:14pm Satan's Li'l Helper:

Digging this. No connection to the Mtume who played w/Miles, etc i presume
Avatar Mon. 11/2/15 7:20pm KimSorise:

Yes, Satan - it is the same Mtume. This was his only foray into being a band leader. It's great stuff.
  Mon. 11/2/15 7:21pm Doug Schulkind:

Sonny swoon for woo!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 11/2/15 7:21pm northguineahills:

Nice start!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 11/2/15 7:29pm Santos L. Halper:

Ah, i was thrown by the '67 date (though it may actually have been from 71, released 74 per Discogs). Sounds great whenever, as this whole show likely will.
Avatar Mon. 11/2/15 7:33pm KimSorise:

Interesting - mine says copyright 1967 but recorded 71 - so yes, you are probably correct. all i know is I scored a fairly beat OG copy that sounds pretty good.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 11/2/15 7:46pm Santos L. Halper:

Also learned from wiki that Reggie Lucas from Miles' band was in the group Mtume (pre-Juicy Fruit), and that Mtume himself is Jimmy Heath's son (!)
Avatar Mon. 11/2/15 7:48pm KimSorise:

Yes the recording Kawaida has Jimmy, Myume and Toudie Heath - it's amazing
Avatar Mon. 11/2/15 7:49pm KimSorise:

Oops Mtume
  Mon. 11/2/15 7:50pm Doug Schulkind:

This is some fine shit you've been slinging, Greasemaster!
Avatar Mon. 11/2/15 7:57pm KimSorise:

Thank you kindly, Doug.
  Mon. 11/2/15 8:04pm P-90:

Very, very, nice Jazz-focused show this week! Kudos @DJ Kim
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Mon. 11/2/15 8:05pm Uncle Michael:

Good evening.
Avatar Mon. 11/2/15 8:07pm KimSorise:

Thank P-90. It is the music that I often connect with most. So thank you much.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 11/2/15 8:08pm Sam Segal:

Welcome back, Kim. Thanks for gracing the internet-waves with these wonderful musics.
Avatar Mon. 11/2/15 8:11pm KimSorise:

Good to be back and heard, Sam! Glad you are enjoying the jammage. Is the horse all hitched?
Avatar Mon. 11/2/15 8:14pm Doug Schulkind:

Melting.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 11/2/15 8:15pm Sam Segal:

Getting hitched up as we speak! My show's got a bit less jazz than usual, so I'm very glad you're covering the stream's quota for the day.
Avatar Mon. 11/2/15 8:15pm KimSorise:

Truly one of the sexiest tunes ever recorded.
Avatar Mon. 11/2/15 8:18pm Doug Schulkind:

Billie and Jeanne are my everything.
Avatar Mon. 11/2/15 8:21pm KimSorise:

It's a love thing!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Mon. 11/2/15 8:22pm Uncle Michael:

I'm going to need to take up smoking when this track ends.
Avatar Mon. 11/2/15 8:25pm Doug Schulkind:

Billy Harper now? Dear god, Kim. You are like some evil North Korean interrogator, finding my weakest points and forcing me to divulge. TELL ME WHAT YOU WANT TO KNOW!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Mon. 11/2/15 8:30pm Jeff:

This show is basically the best.

Sorry, Doug and Scott McD, you now have to up your games.
Avatar Mon. 11/2/15 8:31pm Doug Schulkind:

And she pulls out the dagger.
Avatar Mon. 11/2/15 8:31pm listener james from westwood:

Oooh, I know that bassline. :)
Avatar Mon. 11/2/15 8:31pm KimSorise:

I have always wanted to follow Blase with Sir Galahad -- same opening key. Glad I can oblige.
Avatar Mon. 11/2/15 8:33pm KimSorise:

The first time I ever heard Theme de YoYo - it brought me to tears and my damn knees. Never looked back.
Avatar Mon. 11/2/15 8:33pm Dervish:

Jazzgasm.
Avatar Mon. 11/2/15 8:37pm listener james from westwood:

I hear that, Kim. It had me riveted. One of those pieces that had me saying, "They can DO that?!!"

And where did I first hear it? WFMU.
Avatar Mon. 11/2/15 8:38pm KimSorise:

Nice
Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 11/2/15 8:38pm Santos L. Halper:

Was looking around for this AEC album, and the first reviewer on Amazon tells a story about a FMU DJ playing this very track on 9/11:

smile.amazon.com...
Avatar Mon. 11/2/15 8:39pm Doug Schulkind:

Only a fool would attempt to cover this jawdropping number.
Avatar Mon. 11/2/15 8:40pm listener james from westwood:

Why, he'd have to be off his bean!!
Avatar Mon. 11/2/15 8:43pm listener james from westwood:

@Santos, good find on that Amazon page! That was a Tuesday; wonder what the lineup was at that point, which DJ it could've been? It wasn't Trouble as it is now (she had a show on 9/14 of that week). Hmmmm...
Avatar Mon. 11/2/15 8:48pm Doug Schulkind:

Ken Freedman played Theme De Yo Yo on his September 12 (2001) show: wfmu.org...

DJ $mall ¢change was on the air the early morning of 9/11 and played a track from Archie Shepp's Blasé: wfmu.org...
Avatar Mon. 11/2/15 8:50pm listener james from westwood:

Hah, you beat me to it; I was diggin' thru my old LCDs for schedules to narrow it down!
Avatar Mon. 11/2/15 8:53pm Doug Schulkind:

GIVE THE DRUMMER RADIO PROGRAMMING ALERT...
Poor Sam Segal. There is simply no music left. Sam, please just mumble semi-coherently for the next three hours, 9-midnight (ET) here on the Drummer Stream.

IF YOU LOSE YOUR HORSE is next!

Playlist page: wfmu.org...
  Mon. 11/2/15 8:54pm Pete L:

Hip set Kim. Long time WFMU listener just discovered you today. I have or have had so much of this stuff esp love Archie Shepp and anything on Strata/East.
9/11 somebody on WFMU played John Coltrane's "A LOVE SUPREME" it its entirety the day after 9/11 and i needed that and I remember thinking: this is what makes America great and what a shame those people will never get a chance to know that. it was genius to play that. Thanks
Avatar Mon. 11/2/15 8:54pm KimSorise:

Thank you Jeff - that is nice of you to say, but I have a long way to go before I can measure up to these gentlemen. Doug - who would dare cover AEC's YoYo? Blasphemy
Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 11/2/15 8:57pm Sam Segal:

Luckily, that was the plan already, Doug. For a second there I was afraid Kim might leave a worthwhile song to play, but thankfully I can commence with the mumbling.
Avatar Mon. 11/2/15 8:58pm listener james from westwood:

Loved the jazziness, Kim! Many thanks!
  Mon. 11/2/15 8:59pm P-90:

Great show tonight. Fontana was really killin it!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Mon. 11/2/15 9:00pm Uncle Michael:

Thanks Kim!
Avatar Mon. 11/2/15 9:02pm KimSorise:

Thank you for your kind words. Off beat women who like soul & free jazz rarely get an audience, let alone one with such knowledge and stories to boot. It's been my pleasure.
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