Options The Long Rally with Scott McDowell: Playlist from June 10, 2011 Options

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

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Options June 10, 2011: Crossing Points

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Grachan Moncur III  Hipnosis   Options       0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Albert Ayler  In Heart Only   Options Fondation Maeght Nights, Volume 1  Jazz View    0:11:32 (Pop‑up)
David S. Ware / Cooper Moore / William Parker / Muhammad Ali  Ancestry Supramental   Options Planetary Unknown  AUM Fidelity    0:15:54 (Pop‑up)
Sonny Rollins  A Night in Tunisia (evening take)   Options A Night at the Village Vanguard  Blue Note    0:30:29 (Pop‑up)
 
Sun Ra  Adventure-Equation   Options Cosmic Tones for Mental Therapy  Evidence    0:44:22 (Pop‑up)
Andrew Hill  Spectrum   Options Point of Departure  Blue Note    0:52:17 (Pop‑up)
Steve Lacy & Evan Parker  Twittering   Options Chirps  FMP    1:02:30 (Pop‑up)
Warren Smith  Dragon Dave   Options Dragon Dave Meets Prince Black Knight from the Darkside of the Moon  Porter    1:05:54 (Pop‑up)
Sun Ra  Velvet   Options Jazz in Silhouette  Evidence    1:10:57 (Pop‑up)
Joe McPhee & Chris Corsano  For Giuseppe Logan   Options Under a Double Moon  Roaratorio    1:14:26 (Pop‑up)
 
Rob Brown Trio  Temerity   Options Unknown Skies  Rogue Art    1:26:00 (Pop‑up)
Axis Trio  Whey It Out   Options Anthem  Accretions    1:30:47 (Pop‑up)
Rob Brown & Andrew Barker  Improvisation Three   Options Live in Chicago  Ruby Red Editora    1:36:12 (Pop‑up)
 
William Hooker Sextet  Mawu   Options Subconcious  Ecstatic Peace!  recorded live at WFMU's old studios in 1991 by Doug Schulkind & Irene Trudel  1:49:50 (Pop‑up)
William Hooker featuring Thomas Chapin  Addiction to Sound   Options Crossing Points  No Business    2:03:11 (Pop‑up)
 
Part Wild Horses Mane on Both Sides    Sixth Samovar  Rayon Records    2:32:53 (Pop‑up)
Khoury + Hall  untitled   Options Battlefield Medicine  Bug Incision    2:41:16 (Pop‑up)
Taylor Ho Bynum/Joe Morris/Sara Schoenbeck  Therefore (Three)   Options Next  Porter    2:50:36 (Pop‑up)
Darius Jones/Matthew Shipp  Motherboxxx   Options Cosmic Lieder  AUM Fidelity    2:55:09 (Pop‑up)


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Listener comments!

  9:10am Handsome Harry:

Sweet relief. Let the rallying begin. Onward!
  9:10am bruceleh:

Summer schedule:
http://wfmu.org/table?period=28
  9:11am Scott:

Morning, folks!
  9:13am eric:

Morning!
  9:18am BSI:

no fair. I had one of these "morning" things just yesterday.
  9:19am Scott:

It happens.
  9:41am Pat in Philadelphia:

Wow! Elvin Jones ripped on that!
  9:53am Cecile:

I like the later, whackadoo Albert Ayler, but what you played was just lovely.
  10:10am Cecile:

when is this Warren Smith from? It's like a mix of Mingus, Basie and Sun Ra.
  10:11am Drummer Some:

I LOVE Warren Smith! His brother used to be in an artists collective...with my mother.
  10:12am Dead Corporate Eyes:

TCM has been airing documentaries on Monk, Bird, Brubeck the last few days. Haven't watched 'em yet but DVR'd em for future video binging.
  10:12am Cecile:

aren't you supposed to be at work, Drummer? :D

DCE, gotta check that out.
  10:13am Drummer Some:

I gotta longish track playing. Love to stop by and see (if not hear) my ol' pal Scott.
  10:14am Cecile:

Good to see you!!! and digging the brainy swing this AM, Scott.
  10:16am Scott:

Nice to have you Doug! Thanks for swinging by.
  10:16am Cecile:

damn I missed Joe McPhee at Heliotrope 2 wks ago. I was really anti-social. Had to be to miss him.
  10:19am Dead Corporate Eyes:

there's just some nights where you can't stomach the thought of being around...people!
  10:23am Cecile:

Yeah. But I know James from Roaratorio busted his butt to get him there, and I felt slightly bad about copping out. But only slightly....:D
  10:23am Cecile:

I think someone could so a really rich series of forgotten 80s jazz. Because there was a lot of it.
  10:24am Dead Corporate Eyes:

it took awhile to figure out that sentence, Cecile.
  10:25am Michael:

Cecile...I saw Joe McPhee at the Heliotrope fest; it was really great!
  10:26am Cecile:

I'm so glad!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  10:27am Cecile:

I saw Paul Flaherty with Corsano and also Corsano with Carla Bozulich, he's pretty great. But missed those two together. But it was really better that I missed it.
  10:30am Scott:

@cecile I had to read this book on '80s jazz in college and I thought at the time it was so lame but now I realize how much amazing music came out of that time. Wow.
  10:31am Dead Corporate Eyes:

sounds like a pretty cool course, Scott
  10:32am Dead Corporate Eyes:

damn, this bagel must have some hot peppers in it or sumthin!
  10:33am Cecile:

Yeah. There was a lot bubbling under. And even sometimes stuff would slip out on major labels that you'd scratch your head about.
  10:34am Scott:

I thought it was so corny at the time! ha. Here's the book: http://www.amazon.com/Jazz-1980s-Resurgence-Stuart-Nicholson/dp/0306806126
  10:34am Cecile:

Tim Berne made a rather noisy record for Columbia, and Henry Threadgill was on RCA for a few albums, with good results. And there were US indies and Hat Hut.
  10:36am Cecile:

One of my very favorite jazz records, Henry Threadgill's "Just the Facts and Pass the Bucket" came out in '83. And that one is a classic.
  10:37am Dead Corporate Eyes:

hell, for $2, I'll buy a copy. I need some summer readin'
  10:39am Dead Corporate Eyes:

oh yeah, work blocks amazon signin page....sigh.
  11:05am Tom G:

Lovin the show this morning!
  11:09am Scott:

Happy to hear it Tom!
  11:30am 12539:

Has every song so far included a saxophone?
  11:35am Scott:

Hmmm good question. I think the Sun Ra was bass clarinet and oboe.
  11:36am Scott:

The 1st Sun Ra, that is. Also this hear track playing now doesn't have a sax.
  11:38am 12539:

In any event, thanks for all the woodwinds.
  11:39am 12539:

or maybe I mean reeds.
  11:40am Scott:

My pleasure!
  12:00pm Cecile:

great show, Scott.
  12:00pm Scott:

Thanks! See ya next time. :)
  12:00pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

enjoyed as always, Scott, have a wonderful weekender!
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