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Drawing an endless knot. Improvised, international, American, old, abstract, other.

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Options August 7, 2009: Typical Girls

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Artist Track Album Label New Approx. start time
Grachan Moncur III  Hipnosis (Long Rally Theme)   Options       0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Prince Far I  Young Generation   Options Under Heavy Manners      0:11:06 (Pop‑up)
The Slits  Typical Girls (Brink Style Dub)   Options       0:15:13 (Pop‑up)
Barrington Levy  Murderer   Options       0:17:39 (Pop‑up)
Barrington Levy & Beenie Man  Murderer (Remix)   Options Reggae Gold      0:19:49 (Pop‑up)
Johnny & the Skatalites  Murderer version   Options       0:23:57 (Pop‑up)
Revolutionaries  Girl A Love You Version   Options Drum Sound      0:26:23 (Pop‑up)
Lone Ranger  Automatic   Options Studio One Classics  Soul Jazz    0:28:47 (Pop‑up)
Zola Jesus  Clay Bodies   Options The Spoils  Sacred Bones  *   0:36:00 (Pop‑up)
Moon Duo  E-Z Street Ext   Options Love on the Sea      0:40:29 (Pop‑up)
Julianna Barwick  Bode   Options Florine  no label  *   0:45:49 (Pop‑up)
Religious Knives  Everything Happening Twice   Options Resin  No Fun    0:49:43 (Pop‑up)
Gino Robair/Birgit Uhler  Five Eleven   Options Blips and Ifs  Rastascan    0:54:42 (Pop‑up)
Bert Jansch  Fresh as A Sweet Summer Day   Options L.A. Turnaround  Drag City  *   0:55:42 (Pop‑up)
Steve Lacy  Brilliant Corners   Options School Days      1:05:37 (Pop‑up)
Egil "Bop" Johansen  Palevise   Options Black Is The Color Of My True Love's Hair: Norwegian Folk Jazz 1971-1977  Plastic Strip  *   1:14:09 (Pop‑up)
Joe Morris/Petr Cancura/Luther Gray  Thicket   Options Wildlife  AUM Fidelity  *   1:18:30 (Pop‑up)
Yeh/Flaherty/Kelley  #2   Options New York Nuts & Boston Beans  Important  *   1:38:47 (Pop‑up)
Fenn O'Berg  Horst und Snail mit Markus   Options The Magic Sound & Return Of...  Editions Mego  *   1:40:56 (Pop‑up)
Blues Control  Tangier   Options Local Flavor      1:43:40 (Pop‑up)
Sleater-Kinney  Get Up   Options The Hot Rock  Kill Rock Stars    1:48:42 (Pop‑up)
Brilliant Colors  Over There   Options Brilliant Colors  Captured Tracks    1:51:57 (Pop‑up)
Little Claw  Modern Vampire   Options Human Taste  Ecstatic Peace  *   2:07:05 (Pop‑up)
Li Jianhong  Classic of the Seas   Options Classic of the Mountains and Seas  PSF  *   2:07:37 (Pop‑up)
Steve Lehman Octet  As Things Change (I Remain the Same)   Options Travail, Transformation and Flow  Pi  *   2:10:43 (Pop‑up)
Maher Shalal Hash Baz  1-8   Options C'est La Dernier Chanson  K  *   2:16:33 (Pop‑up)
Sandy Bull  Non Nomis Domine (William Byrd)   Options Fantasias for Guitar and Banjo  Sutro Park  *   2:19:13 (Pop‑up)
Alumbrados  The Psychology of Sulpher   Options Monochord  Important  *   2:23:14 (Pop‑up)
White Magic  New Egypt   Options New Egypt  Latitudes  *   2:42:08 (Pop‑up)
Oneida  O   Options Rated O  Brah  *   2:42:14 (Pop‑up)
Haboob  Morning Prayer   Options Haboob  Long Hair  *   2:52:41 (Pop‑up)
Edward Ruchalski  Akimovna   Options Water Train    *   2:57:58 (Pop‑up)
Joe Morris/Simon Fell/Alex Ward  Auront Improvisie   Options The Necessary and the Possible  Victo  *   3:06:15 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  9:04am annie:

ready for the next installment of great ear candy, SIR!!
  9:06am Scott:

  9:27am waconbacon:

this is just what I need right now...
  9:28am Joe:

Hey, Scott! Sounding great this mornin'.
  9:30am Scott:

thanks for stopping by!
  9:37am mb:

That was a killer dub set. Great start for a Friday. Cheers!
  9:37am Devin:

Good morning everyone. Looks like I missed a great reggae set,.. rats.
  9:38am BSI:

What is is!
....no seriously, what it is?
  9:42am Scott:

What is IS, man.
  9:43am waconbacon:

drunken organ jam-out, NOW!
  9:46am Liz B.:

Loving this set, Scott, good to hear you in this AM!
  9:49am BSI:

thanks man.
I think I've got it worked out now.

Shame to have missed the dubby earlier on.

What is WAS!
  9:56am Scott:

Hey thanks, Liz.
  10:04am Cecile:

Dude, I just walked in on Steve Lacy. Excellent.
  10:05am Lore:

Denis Charles!
  10:06am Scott:

And Roswell Rudd and Henry Grimes. Talk about a band!
  10:10am Cecile:

I saw Lacy with Rudd a while back. What a contrast in styles, and what good friends!
  10:12am BSI:

ashamed to admit I'm late in discovering Lacy, but found the LP he did with Don Cherry, & it's a mighty fine thing.
  10:12am eric / goner:

Great set... dub to echo to bop boogie! loving it!
  10:17am Cecile:

this is astonishing. It's like Gang of Four playing Norwegian jazz. Who's the guitarist?
  10:19am Scott:

Amazing, right? Terje Rypdal, total shred.
  10:20am Cecile:

WOW. I thought it might be him, but then went, nah. Good on ya, Terje!
  10:26am jess:

tgif, tgi long rally.
  10:49am Cecile:

Scott, got any Scrawl?
  10:51am postmanpaul:

scott - have been listening, not at the 'pute... quite extraordinary show! must dash, alas.
  10:52am Scott:

gracias, postman.
  10:55am dc pat:

I like Brilliant Corners--I mean Colors
  10:57am jess:

What's that playing under the back-announce?
  10:59am AL3X:

I love fill-ins, I always find new DJs to listen to. I second Jess's request as to the bed music, and the one you played on the last mic break, sounded kind of like ISAN.
  11:05am Scott:

It's aphex twin "nannou" from the Windowlicker single.
  11:07am erika:

<3 this song
  11:07am dc pat:

I don't see anything wrong with these here Brilliant Colors.
  11:20am doug from DC:

I just looked up that Steve Lehman album, and he talks about his interest in spectralism (including working with Tristan Murail at Columbia U), and ties Gratchan Moncur III's Evolution album into this. It's all really impressive, I'm getting a copy.
  11:22am Hugo:

Yeah, that Plastic Strip label is doing good digging into the archives and releasing 70s stuff. "Pale" is actually a fish and "vise" is a song. I have to look it up to find what "pale" is in English (or I could be totally mistaken, you never know).


The pic on the cd cover in the link is taken from the Kongsberg jazz festival in the early 70s, pairing a visiting american jazz player with some ... err ... locals.

Terje is doing fine. I saw his latest piece, being performed at the local jazz festival this summer. Well over an hour in length (with his regular band plus the Bergen Big Band), most of it was aired on public radio. But the buggers managed to cut it off after less than an hour. The straitjacket of programming, eh?
  11:24am Cecile:

Hugo, thanks for the update!
Dang, after all this, pulling the plug on Terje! Bastards.
  11:25am Chris:

Have to hear more of Terje, all I'm really familiar with is one old ECM trio recording the name of which escapes me.

Killer show BTW.
  11:28am Scott:

If you can find track it down, Terje plays with the Art Ensemble on the Baden Baden Free Jazz Orchestra album. A personal fave.
  11:29am dragonflyshards:

Hello Scott! Great to hear ya again ('listened last week,but wasn't near a computer) -One of my favorite DJs filling for one of my favorite DJs... 'Gotta tell you ALORS!!! is my favorite DJ premium yet...(no offense to Doug,or"Children of the Corn"-interesting!)..wish i understood more French,though....Thanks!
  11:29am doug from DC:

That album Eos that Rypdal did with cellist David Darling is an old favorite, and I like his work on Mantler's Hapless Child album. I have the first Rypdal album, it was very much under the influence of Miles' early electric albums.
  11:32am Cheri Pi:

Does anyone know if the upcominig Rhys Chatham event A Crimson Grail will be webcast anywhere?
  11:34am doug from DC:

I went up to NYC to see A Crimson Grail last year, when it got rained out. Now a friend wants me to drive up for the re-sched tomorrow. It isn't going to rain again, is it?
  11:35am Chris:

Only if you go, Doug.
  11:42am Hugo:

I have the Baden-Baden Free Jazz Meeting album which quite rightly has the Art Ensemble with many of the European free jazz players at the time (late 69), including Terje Rypdal.

"Alors" was a fine album by Michel Portal with the John Surman trio. I do have that one, too. Absolutely recommended!

By the way, "pale" is coalfish or possibly pollock. Does that make sense to you English speakers? Pale is a smaller type of coalfish (which can be quite large).
  11:44am Scott:

Indeed, Hugo, my DJ premium from last year was named after that Portal album!
  11:49am Hugo:

Scott, a proof of your impeccable taste!
  11:55am dragonflyshards:

...i was actually referring to Scott's premium CD, Hugo- (which has Michel P. on it)-and was ignorant of Michel's album,but Thank you...and now i'm sure i should check that out !
  12:05pm angrysaturday:

Nice to have you back, sir. I hope we can look forward to your program returning to the schedule sometime soon.
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