Options Circle Time with Mark R.: Playlist from September 28, 2019 Options

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Options September 28, 2019: Miles in the Sky

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments New
Miles Davis  Move   Options The Complete Birth of the Cool  Sony Music Entertainment    d. 9/28/91   
Marion Brown  La Sorella   Options Why Not?  ESP-Disk'  1966  Norris "Sirone" Jones (bass (b. 9/28/40   
Christian Lillinger  Aorta   Options Open Form for Society  Plaist      *  
Le Mans  Cancion de Todo Va Mal   Options Aqui Vivia Yo  Elefant Records  2004     
Vivian Girls  Sludge   Options Memory  Polyvinyl      *  
Indian Summer  I Think Your Train Is Leaving   Options Giving Birth to Thunder  Numero Group      *  
Rebuilding the Rights of Statues  TV Show (Hang the Police)   Options v/a Beijing Calling         
Cate Le Bon  Mother's Mother's Magazines   Options Reward  Mexican Summer  2019     
Brittany Howard  Short and Sweet   Options Jaime  ATO      *  
Mark Dresser Seven  Black Arthur's Bounce (In Memory of Arthur Blythe)   Options Ain't Nothing But a Cyber Coup & You  Clean Feed      *  
Jenny Hval  High Alice   Options The Practice of Love  Luaka Bop      *  
Jay Som  Nighttime Drive   Options Anak Ko  Polyvinyl      *  
Fantastic Shadows  The Time for Peace Is Now   Options v/a World Spirituality Classics Vol. 2--The Time for Peace Is Now: Gospel Music About Us  Luaka Bop       
Betty Carter  This Is Always   Options Inside Betty Carter  United Artists  1964     
Lana Del Rey  How to Disappear   Options Norman Fucking Rockwell!  Polydor/Interscope      *  
Grateful Dead  High Time   Options Workingman's Dead  Warner Bros.  1970  R.I.P. Robert Hunter (lyricist) d. 9/23/19   
Sun Ra  The Magic City   Options The Magic City  Saturn  1965  John Gilmore (tenor saxophone) b. 9/28/31   
Trupa Trupa  Dream About   Options Of the Sun  Lovitt Records      *  
Bleached  Heartbeat Away   Options Don't You Think You've Had Enough?  Dead Oceans      *  
Fly Pan Am  Distance Dealer   Options C'est ca  Constellation      *  
YACHT  California Dali   Options Chain Tripping  DFA Records      *  
Cup  Spinning Creature   Options Spinning Creature  Northern Spy      *  
Fruit Bats  Two Babies in Michigan   Options Gold Past Life  Merge      *  
Topdown Dialectic  A2   Options Volume 2  Peak Oil      *  
Plaid  Meds Fade   Options Polymer  Warp      *  
Miles Davis  Shhh/Peaceful   Options In a Silent Way  Columbia  1969     

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Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:02am coelacanth∅:

hello again!
  3:04am markr:

Hiya Coel!
Avatar 3:05am Scraps:

I like Birth of the Cool so much better than Kind of.... well, doesn’t matter. Love Birth of the Cool.
Avatar 3:07am Scraps:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:08am Ken From Hyde Park:

Greetings, Mark and non-squares.
Avatar 3:09am mauri:

good saturday markr and everyone.
  3:09am markr:

I love 'em both. And really almost anything Miles ever did.
  3:10am markr:

Welcome, Ken and Mauri--yes, we shall endeavor to avoid any sharp corners--squares, trapezoids, etc.
Avatar 3:11am Scraps:

Love Sirone, too. Forgot he was on this.
  3:13am markr:

Also the mighty Rashied Ali on drums, and Detroit's own Stanley Cowell on piano. They all truly shine. Marion was very generous with his groups, everybody always got a chance to whip it out.
Avatar 3:13am Scraps:

(I like Kind of Blue. I just don’t understand how that album particularly is the one jazz album that everyone knows.)
Avatar 3:14am Scraps:

Stanley Cowell is another one of my particular favorites.
  3:15am markr:

You know, sometimes albums just hit the zeitgeist, like "Sgt. Pepper" or even, God knows, "Saturday Night Fever."
Avatar 3:16am Scraps:

Frampton Comes Alive!
  3:17am markr:

Yep. Hey, I think Marion was rockin' some klezmer there for a minute!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:22am coelacanth∅:

i think kind of blue is both absolute Brilliance and also "accessible"
to the "casual" or new listener
  3:23am markr:

Yep, it's inoffensive if you want some background music or something, but really deep when you turn it up and concentrate. There's a lot more than meets the ear at first.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:25am coelacanth∅:

(whereas agharta or on the corner... etc etc etc... are just too -yeah, maybe "offensive".)
Avatar 3:27am Scraps:

Man, On the Corner is immediately accessible to me. And it’s one of my very favorites of Miles. Huh.
  3:28am markr:

Took me while (actually a LONG while) to appreciate "On the Corner," too, but once I got it, I really GOT it!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:28am coelacanth∅:

the vibe of all blues or freddie freeloader is so perfect, the arrangements and the execution flawless...just put one of those right after some crazy out there track and calm right the fuck down
  3:29am markr:

A lot of punk rockers dig Miles' heavy mid-70s electric period, I've noticed.
Avatar 3:30am Scraps:

It’s weird, though, that I’ve never been able to pick one favorite of Miles. Weird as in I can pick a favorite on any other musician I like...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:30am coelacanth∅:

on the corner was immediately accessible to me too, but that's because i never heard it 'till i'd already heard so much else of Miles'
(although - bitches brew was also immediately accessible to me, and i think that was the first Miles album i heard)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:33am coelacanth∅:

actually, now i think about it, it took me a long time to appreciate kind of blue.
....i guess we're all different!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:33am coelacanth∅:

(i don't have a favorite, but that's typical of me)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:35am VincentNifigance:

Hey Mark R, and old (Circle) timers.
Avatar 3:35am Scraps:

I’m a list-maker, and ranker.
  3:39am markr:

Hey there Vince!
Avatar 3:40am Scraps:

Was that.... emo?
  3:43am markr:

According to the "experts" at Pitchfork magazine, Indian Summer were indeed "emo".
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:44am coelacanth∅:

Scraps i was too, when i was little but at some point i realised i really don't have favorites of a lot of things. i like all the seasons about the same; i have no favorite color or favorite food or type of woman i prefer...
and when it comes to music it's just overwhelming! the only way i'm able to answer questions like "who's your favorite..." is by imagining it's life or death that i answer!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:44am Mike Sin:

I have trouble keeping up with all the bands named " Indian Summer"
Avatar 3:45am Scraps.:

I think that’s more healthy than me....
Avatar 3:45am Scraps.:

(for coelacanthØ)
  3:46am markr:

I shall shed a (little) bit of light on that topic Mike, and welcome-- you're up late!
Avatar 3:52am Scraps.:

That Rebuilding the Rights of Statues was interesting, so I looked them up. Chinese post-punk band, apparently! Now I’m very interested
Avatar 4:28am Scraps:

Love Betty Carter, thanks
  4:28am markr:

I love her, too.
  4:30am markr:

Oh that would have been such a nice segue!
Avatar 4:32am Scraps:

Avatar 4:34am Scraps:

I love “Black Peter” — my favorite Dead song — but I don’t know if it’s Hunter
Avatar 4:36am Scraps:

Ah. Well, now I know!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:06am Ken From Hyde Park:

9/28/19 - James Hetfield of Metallica enters rehab again.
  5:47am markr:

Thanks for tuning in tonight, those of you who are still left, or perhaps a few early birds waiting for "Shrunken Planet." I may be back soon-ish. We'll see.
Avatar 5:52am spamoni:

Great show markr,hope to see you again-ish
Avatar 5:55am Scraps:

always a pleasure, Mark R
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:24am coelacanth∅:

Thanks Mark!
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