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With billows and blasts from choirs and orchesters
Buskers and talkers
Big bands and squawkers,
the Stork Club has retained its qualities of decaying elegance and dwindling significance since the late 1950s.

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Artist Track Album Comments Approx. start time
Maria Rita  Cântico brasileiro No. 3 (Kamaiurá)   Options Outro tempo: Electronic and Contemporary Music From Brazil, 1978-1992  *Arranged By – Marco Antônio Guimarães *Panpipes – Elmo Sepulveda *Percussion – Uakti *Written-By – Maria Rita -- Label: Acorde ‎– 4.667/4.755 - 1988  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Quarteto Novo  Canta Maria   Options Quarteto Novo  Theo de Barros (bass and guitar); Heraldo do Monte (Viola caipira and guitar); Airto Moreira (percussion); Hermeto Pascoal (flute) -- São Paulo, Brazil, 1967  0:04:14 (Pop‑up)
Tom Zé  Se O Caso É Chorar   Options Se O Caso É Chorar  Bass – Gabriel # Guitar – Osn # Organ – Casal #i Percussion – Oswaldo# Performer – Tom Zé **1972  0:07:10 (Pop‑up)
Third Ear Band  The Hierophant   Options The Magus  *Bass Guitar, Liner Notes – Dave Tomlin *Drums – Glen Sweeney *Guitar [Guitars], Vocals – Mike Marchant *Oboe, Recorder [Recorders], Electric Organ [Hammond] – Paul Minns *Percussion, Piano [Doom Piano], Producer – Ron Kort *Synthesizer [Vcs3], Violin, Sitar, Piano, Liner Notes – Simon House *Words By, Music By – Mike Marchant recorded —1972  0:10:12 (Pop‑up)
Robert Wyatt  Cuckoo Madame   Options Cuckooland  *Bass Guitar – Jamie Johnson *Guitar – Paul Weller *Trombone – Annie Whitehead *Voice – Alfreda Benge *Voice, Cornet, Keyboards, Percussion – Robert Wyatt *Written-By – Alfreda Benge --- Recorded at Phil Manzanera's Gallery Studio, London, in summer 2002, and spring 2003; partly recorded by Robert Wyatt at home in Louth.  0:14:50 (Pop‑up)
Linda Thompson; Richard Thompson  Jet Plane In A Rocking Chair   Options Pour Down Like Silver  • Ian Whiteman – flute • Linda Thompson – vocals • Richard Thompson – guitar, vocals • John Kirkpatrick – accordion • Aly Bain – fiddle • Nic Jones – fiddle • Clare Lowther – cello. —— 1975  0:19:49 (Pop‑up)
Roy Harper  Broken Wing   Options Valentine  Roy Harper - Guitar, Vocal-- released: Feb. 14, 1974  0:22:38 (Pop‑up)
DJ Warped by Time, but still spinnin'        0:28:28 (Pop‑up)
Jimmy Heath Sextet  For Minors Only   Options The Thumper  • Jimmy Heath - tenor saxophone • Nat Adderley - cornet • Curtis Fuller - trombone • Wynton Kelly - piano • Paul Chambers - bass • Albert Heath - drums ---Rec. New York, November 27 & 30, December 7, 1959  0:42:50 (Pop‑up)
The Art Farmer Quintet  Whole Tone Stomp   Options From Vienna With Art  *Bass – Jimmy Woode *Drums – Erich Bachträgl* *Flugelhorn – Art Farmer *Piano – Fritz Pauer *Tenor Saxophone, – Jimmy Heath. — Recorded September 7th, 1970 at MPS-Studio Villingen / Germany  0:47:42 (Pop‑up)
The Art Farmer Quintet  The Day After   Options From Vienna With Art  *Bass – Jimmy Woode *Drums – Erich Bachträgl* *Flugelhorn – Art Farmer *Piano – Fritz Pauer * Flute – Jimmy Heath. — Recorded September 7th, 1970 at MPS-Studio Villingen / Germany  0:53:19 (Pop‑up)
Art Taylor  C.T.A.   Options Taylor's Wailers  *Drums – Arthur Taylor *Bass – Paul Chambers (3) *Piano – Red Garland. --- Recorded March 22, 1957 @RvG *Tenor Saxophone – John Coltrane. ---- Miles Davis hired Heath on tenor and recorded his enduring piece “C.T.A.” (for Connie Theresa Ang, Heath’s girlfriend) on the landmark 1953 Blue Note session Miles Davis Volume 1.  1:01:44 (Pop‑up)
Kenny Dorham  Osmosis   Options Kenny Dorham Quintet  *Bass – Percy Heath *Drums – Kenny Clarke *Piano – Walter Bishop *Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Jimmy Heath *Trumpet – Kenny Dorham. ---- Recorded December 15, 1953 in New York City.  1:06:24 (Pop‑up)
Chet Baker & Art Pepper  Resonant Emotions   Options Picture of Heath  Written-By – Jimmy Heath *Chet Baker - trumpet *Art Pepper - alto saxophone *Phil Urso - tenor saxophone *Carl Perkins - piano *Curtis Counce - bass *Larance Marable - drums According to Miles Davis, C.T.A. are the initials of Jimmy Heath's then-girlfriend Connie Theresa Ann. Recorded October 31, 1956 in Los Angeles  1:09:08 (Pop‑up)
Jimmy Heath  Picture of Heath   Options Picture of Heath  *Bass – Sam Jones *Drums – Billy Higgins *Piano – Barry Harris (2) *Tenor Saxophone – Jimmy Heath *Recorded September 22, 1975  1:14:46 (Pop‑up)
Jimmy Heath Sextet  Don't You Know I Care   Options The Thumper  • Jimmy Heath - tenor saxophone • Wynton Kelly - piano • Paul Chambers - bass • Albert Heath - drums Rec. New York, November 27 & 30, December 7, 1959  1:20:49 (Pop‑up)
Pat Metheny, The Heath Brothers  Move to the Groove   Options Move to the Groove (Live In Concert)  *Bass – Percy Heath *Drums – Albert Heath *Guitar – Pat Metheny *Saxophone – Jimmy Heath Composed By – Percy Heath. --- Recorded on 28th January 1983 at the MIDEM Festival, Palais Des Congres, Cannes, France  1:25:49 (Pop‑up)
Count DJla        1:34:04 (Pop‑up)
The Heath Brothers  Smilin' Billy Suite   Options Marchin' On!  *Bass [Baby Bass], Violin [Bass Violin] – Percy Heath *Drums – Albert Heath *Flute, Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Jimmy Heath *Piano [Acoustic], Mbira – Stanley Cowell. —— Engineer [Recording] – Jan Eric Kongshaug Recorded at Talent Studios, Oslo, Norway 10/22/75  1:43:45 (Pop‑up)
DJ Clearly out of ideas for new monikers        2:02:06 (Pop‑up)
Agitation Free  A Quiet Walk (Listening)   Options 2nd  *Bass – Michael Günther *Drums, Percussion [Assorted], Voice, Mellotron – Burghard Rausch *Guitar – Stefan Diez* *Guitar, Twelve-String Guitar, Bouzouki – Lutz Ulbrich *Synthesizer, Keyboards – Michael Hoenig — Recorded and mixed Studio 70, Munich, July 1973  2:06:07 (Pop‑up)
Devadip Carlos Santana  Love Theme From "Spartacus"   Options The Swing Of Delight  *Congas, Bongos, Percussion – Armando Peraza *Congas, Percussion, Vocals – Raul Rekow *Drums – Harvey Mason *Guitar, Vocals, Percussion – Devadip Carlos Santana *Keyboards – Herbie Hancock *Saxophone – Wayne Shorter *Timbales, Percussion, Vocals – Orestes Vilato — Recorded, mixed & mastered at The Automatt, San Francisco, 1980  2:15:22 (Pop‑up)
John Hicks, Buster Williams, Louis Hayes  Christina   Options On The Wings of Eagles  BUSTER WILLIAMS  bass — LOUIS HAYES  drums — JOHN HICKS  piano —** Recorded March 10, 2006 at St. Peter's Episcopal Church, New York City  2:22:09 (Pop‑up)
Beniamino Gigli  Bizet: Les Pecheurs De Perles - Act 1: Mi Par D'Udir Ancora   Options Historical Recordings    2:27:24 (Pop‑up)
Glenn Gould  Haydn: Piano Sonata #56 In D, H 16/42 - 1. Andante Con Espressione   Options Haydn: The Last 6 Piano Sonatas    2:31:14 (Pop‑up)
Glenn Gould  Haydn: Piano Sonata #62 In E Flat, H 16/52 - 3. Finale: Presto   Options Haydn: The Last 6 Piano Sonatas    2:40:01 (Pop‑up)
DJ Snuff 'n Hanky        2:43:49 (Pop‑up)
Lalo Schifrin  Mission: Accomplished   Options Mission: Anthology  Partial list: *Earl Palmer - Drums * Mike Melvoin - Piano *Bill Plummer - Sitar Lalo Schifrin - Arranger, Composer, Conductor, Harpsichord, Piano *Bud Shank- Sax (Alto), Saxophone *Stu Williamson - Trumpet  2:50:30 (Pop‑up)
David Axelrod  Jimmy T   Options David Axelrod  *Baritone Saxophone – Bob Efford *Organ [Hammond] – Joe Sample *Bass [Contra, Fretless Electric] – Jim Hughart *Cello – Nat Gershman* *Drums – Earl Palmer *Electric Bass – Carol Kaye *Electric Guitar – Howard Roberts *Horns – Gene Cipriano *Percussion – Gary Coleman *Piano – Don Randi *Vocals – Brenda Marie Eiger, Cynthia Bass, Esterlee Nicholson, Melanie Taylor *Vocals [Leader] – Anita Tolbert Nwede ---2001  2:53:08 (Pop‑up)
Julie London  Feeling Good   Options Feeling Good  *Jack Wilson - piano and organ *Teddy Edwards - sax *John Gray - guitar *Jimmy Bond - bass *Earl Palmer – drums. —  1965  2:56:16 (Pop‑up)
Frank Sinatra  Pick Yourself Up   Options Sinatra and Swinging Brass  Arranged by Neil Hefti; Earl Palmer - Drums  2:59:04 (Pop‑up)
Lalo Schifrin  Hawks Versus Doves   Options There's A Whole Lalo Schifrin Goin' On  • Lalo Schifrin - piano, synthesizer, arranger, conductor • Tony Terran, John Audino - trumpet • Lloyd Ulyate, Barrett O'Hara - trombone • John Johnson - tuba • Vincent DeRosa - horn • Bud Shank, Ronnie Lang, Sam Most - reeds • Arnold Kobentz - oboe, English horn • Ralph Grierson, Artie Kane, Roger Kellaway, Mike Lang - keyboards • Paul Beaver - keyboards, synthesizer, stereo harp • Carl Fortina - accordion • Howard Roberts, Dennis Budimer, Bill Pitman, Louis Morell - guitar • James Bond, Ray Brown - bass • Carol Kaye, Max Bennett - electric bass • Shelly Manne - drums, percussion • Earl Palmer, Ken Watson, Joe Porcaro, Emil Richards - percussion • Milt Holland - tabla • Bonnie Douglas, Sam Freed, Anatol Kaminsky, Nathan Kaproff, George Kast, Marvin Limonick, Erno Neufeld, Paul Shure - violin • Myra Kestenbaum, Allan Harshman, Robert Ostrowsky, Virginia Majewski - viola • Raphael Kramer, Edgar Lustgarten, Eleanor Slatkin - cello • Catherine Gotthoffer - harp • Robert Helfer - orchestra manager  3:01:38 (Pop‑up)
Tom Waits  Whistlin' Past the Graveyard   Options Blue Valentine  *Bass – Scott Edwards *Drums – Earl Palmer *Electric Guitar – Shine Robinson, Tom Waits *Piano – Harold Battiste *Tenor Saxophone – Herbert Hardesty --- 1978  3:04:03 (Pop‑up)
Ike & Tina Turner  A Fool In Love   Options River Deep - Mountain High  1966  3:07:06 (Pop‑up)
Big Joe Turner  Kick The Front Door In   Options Life Ain't Easy  *Bass – Ray Brown *Drums – Earl Palmer *Guitar – Thomas Gadson *Organ, Piano – Jimmy Robbins *Saxophone – Lee Allen *Trombone – Al Grey *Trumpet – Roy Eldridge *Vocals, Written-By – Joe Turner — Recorded June 3, 1974  3:10:16 (Pop‑up)
Elvis Costello  Eisenhower Blues   Options King of America  *Bass – Ray Brown *Drums – Earl Palmer *Guitar – T-Bone Burnett *Piano – Tom Canning *Guitar, Vocal - Elvis Costello --- 1986  3:16:22 (Pop‑up)
DJ GetzOut  THANK YOU ALL!!!!!!!!!!!!!   Options     3:20:04 (Pop‑up)


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Listener comments!

Avatar 11:39am Stork:

Yurp has done the Fall-Back thing with the clock, putting your show compere all out of sync. But never mind - you just sync into a comfy chair and let me pour for the next 3+ hours. You shall feel no pain!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:00pm chresti:

I did not know that Yurp fell back, looking forward to falling back.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:01pm chresti:

Hi Stork and storkees!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:01pm chresti:

Nice mops that lady has.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:02pm Brian in UK:

Hey Stork same over here.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:02pm coelacanth∅:

did she steal those from a street-cleaning vehicle?
Avatar 12:03pm Wolfgang:

chresti, Brian in the UK! Welcome! coel! HeeHaHo! Good one!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:03pm coelacanth∅:

'afternoon Wolfstork, members, crashers...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:03pm Doug Schulkind:

Greetings to you Stork, and the whole Wolf gang!
Avatar 12:04pm TDK60:

Hello Stork. Gotta leave the building in a moment but want to say howdy.
Avatar 12:04pm Wolfgang:

DOugie-Baby!!!!!
Avatar 12:06pm Wolfgang:

TDK60 - so nice to hijack your ears, if only momentarily - till the cops arrive.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:07pm doctorjazz:

Hi, Clubbers!
Avatar 12:09pm TDK60:

I've never been in Stuyvesant Park, tho I've passed by.
Avatar 12:10pm Sem:

Standing on one leg in honour of Stork, careful not to get legless before the end of the show.
Hello, Volfie, and the volf pack.
Avatar 12:10pm Oy, it's me again: Stork-eh-lah:

Doctor Jazz!!!
  12:11pm Dean:

There's a bassoon in there, whether the credits say so or not. Evidently the original release of this Ze album was merely eponymous and the credits featured a Grupo Capote as backing band.
Avatar 12:12pm Oy, it's me again: Stork-eh-lah:

Sem!! Dean!!
Avatar 12:13pm Oy, it's me again: Stork-eh-lah:

Yeah, I think there are at least two eponymous Tom Ze albums - and sometimes the info is scarce or wanting. And yes - definitely a bassoon in there. Third Ear Band also employed a bassoon frequently.
  12:14pm Dean:

Gonna repeat a recommendation I made during Jeff G.'s show. Do check out the interviews by my friend, a filmmaker, whose latest was set to premier at SXSW. The five interviews associated with the movie, Echoes of the Invisible, are the latest, but the early ones are good, too, e.g., Frith.
https://www.steveelkins.net/Interviews
Avatar 12:14pm TDK60:

Bassoons are groovy. I have an ongoing feud with a pal who doesn't like bassoons. His opinion is incorrect.
Avatar 12:15pm Oy, it's me again: Stork-eh-lah:

Wow, Dean. That goes bang onto my list for this week - thanks for that!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:16pm chresti:

I like bassoons.
Avatar 12:17pm TDK60:

That's a correct opinion, Chresti.
  12:17pm Dean:

Nobody should go through life without hearing Donald Erb's Red Hot Duets for two contrabassoons. Here's one of them: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2QFH6RJ8CpI
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:18pm chresti:

If your friend ever tried to play a bassoon, I would understand them not liking it.
Avatar 12:19pm Oy, it's me again: Stork-eh-lah:

OOh, Dean - i wanna do a show on Donald Erb someday, and i LOVE that piece.
  12:19pm Dean:

Here's the Erb album I know with all of the duets: https://www.discogs.com/Donald-Erb-Chamber-Music/release/9004702
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:21pm doctorjazz:

More R and L, love this tune!
Avatar 12:21pm Oy, it's me again: Stork-eh-lah:

drJ: :)
  12:22pm Irene:

Greetings Stork! Looking forward to a nice soundtrack for standing in line for early voting in NYC. It was supposed to be about 3 hours wait from where we got on line 20 minutes ago.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:22pm alanr:

Such a lovely flow today, which seems to perfectly fit a cool grey day here in Brooklyn, NYC.
Avatar 12:22pm TDK60:

It's bothersome but I must go to the Upper East Side. Danke, DJ Wolfgang.
  12:23pm Dean:

Erb would be a great subject for a show. Also, Donald Martino and Tobias Picker. The latter has a recent release of a recording of his The Encantadas, based on Melville's work. Picker himself provides the narration. It's gorgeous.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:23pm chresti:

See you later TDK60.
Avatar 12:24pm Sem:

Second Roy Harper I've heard on the Stream in less than 24 hours. Who says heaven is a place where nothing happens?
Avatar 12:25pm Oy, it's me again: Stork-eh-lah:

Irene!, Peter!! Good best of luck to you both!! Say who're ya votin' for!? Nice soundtrack coming up!
  12:26pm Irene:

One of my Roy Harper faves!
Avatar 12:26pm Oy, it's me again: Stork-eh-lah:

alanr in Brooklyn! Warmest welcome!!
Avatar 12:46pm Wolfgang:

Heath and Happiness to all!!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:53pm Ike:

Honk honk honk!
Avatar 12:55pm Wolfgang:

THANK YOU FOR YOUR PLEDGES, WR AND SEM!!!!! I WILL INSCRIBE YOUR NAMES ONTO THE STORK CLUB ACCOUTREMENT OF YOUR CHOICE!!!THANKS ALSO TO EVERY FLIPPIN' ONE A YOUZ! NOW SEE? I'M GONNA CRY, AND CONTINUE TO ANNOYINGLY TYPE IN ALL CAPS. Thanks for a stunningly successful and just downright fun-fun-funD like HELL-raiser!!!! Need I say Mwah?
Avatar 12:57pm Wolfgang:

Ike, over there!! What'll ya have?
Avatar 12:59pm Juurakkotukka:

I looove this smooth jazz! I am writing my thesis and listening to sweet tunes. <3
  1:03pm Dean:

A 1979 review of a Nat Adderley reissue:
The reissues here are from 1960, and team Nat with some of the most stimulating musicians of the time, in various settings. My favorite of the two sessions is That's Right!—presented here as sides 3 and 4 of the two-record set. The subtitle on the original LP was "Nat Adderley and the Big Sax Section," and it features tenor players Jimmy Heath (who also wrote most of the arrangements), Charlie Rouse, and Yusef Lateef, along with Cannonball on alto and Tate Houston on baritone. Nat's is the only brass instrument, and the lush, tightly arranged saxes seem to inspire him and he solos well throughout. All of the reed players are also strong soloists, and they are all provided with at least one opportunity to blow. Wynton Kelly is on piano, and his presence is an important factor. Sometimes the arrangements sound dated, as could be expected from an LP recorded 19 years ago—but most often they come off well, highlights being "You Leave Me Breathless" and "The Old Country."
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:03pm Ike:

I’ll have a Canned Peach Apocalypse, please! Shimmering, not stirred.
Avatar 1:04pm Wolfgang:

Hello and great gobs of greetings, Juurakkotukka. I couldn't
walk and chew gum, let alone listen to Jimmy Heath and write a thesis! Respect!
Avatar 1:08pm Juurakkotukka:

XD
Avatar 1:09pm Wolfgang:

Great stuff, Dean!!
When Jimmy came out of jail (and stayed clean for the rest of his 93 years), he was made house arranger at Riverside Records by Orrin Keepnews (Peter will leap in to contradict, if necessary, i hope)
Avatar 1:11pm Wolfgang:

Once again, my posting name keeps reverting to Wolfgang, folks. Not trying to be clever, but as the Wizard of Oz once said "I dunno how it works!" Anyway, call me what you will. I know you will.
Avatar 1:14pm Wolfgang:

This song (Resonant Emotions) makes we want to fly around.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:15pm doctorjazz:

Saw Jimmy Heath a few times with The Heath Brothers band, always a great show!
  1:18pm Dean:

That Picture of Heath by Baker & Pepper was originally issued as PLAYBOYS (like the magazine logo).
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:23pm doctorjazz:

Getting ready to pick up a pastrami sandwich, have been hankering for a food one for a while now...
Avatar 1:25pm Wolfgang:

Jealous, Doc. Happy for you. NO doubt. But just burning... first you tell me you've seen the Heath Bros live, now this. Just try getting a decent Pastrami sandwich in Germany.
Avatar 1:29pm Wolfgang:

I wish my two brothers and I could play like this.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:29pm doctorjazz:

Wolfie, it's not that easy inn the NY/NJ area these days either, an art that's being lost. Trying a new place (to me, it's been around) with good reviews.
  1:32pm Dean:

My favorite pastrami would offend most lovers of the sandwich. It's sliced thin, steamed, and served on French rolls with a slice of melted Swiss. The house mustard is insanely hot. Johnny's on Sepulveda in Los Angeles.
Avatar 1:32pm Wolfgang:

Then I wish you a favorable fat-to-lean pastrami ratio, Doc.
  1:33pm Dean:

There's an acclaimed joint here in Berkeley I haven't tried yet: https://augiesmontrealdeli.com/about-us/
  1:36pm rich:

wolfgang i would pay to see you and your two brothers play like that (but only after you refused to put me on the guest list)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:36pm doctorjazz:

Pastrami (and corned beef), in the style I'm talking about, is of European origin (Roumanian).
  1:36pm Irene:

Happy birthday Jimmy! Saw him many times in concert, and he's even been in our apartment. Such a sweet guy.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:37pm WR:

Hi all, have been listening all morning while shopping and sanitizing.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:37pm chresti:

Dean, that's how my dad made it, with hot mustard and cheese.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:38pm doctorjazz:

Now THERE'S something to be jealous of (Irene's 1:36 comment)...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:39pm doctorjazz:

(Hot mustard and cheese, OY!)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:39pm chresti:

^And thin slices, steamed.
  1:39pm Dean:

Might he have been to Johnny's, chresti? Johnny's also has massively garlicky pickles to be enjoyed as hors d'ouevres, not in the sandwich.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:41pm Michael 98145:

punkin power!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:42pm Michael 98145:

pickles, too
  1:43pm Irene:

doctorjazz, Peter can name many more jazz luminaries who have visited our apartment before I knew him. Such a cool history.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:43pm coelacanth∅:

rest in peace
Avatar 1:45pm Wolfgang:

That sounds deliciously acceptable, Dean.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:45pm Michael 98145:

indeed
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:46pm chresti:

He may of been, when he used to go out to lunch with my mom, if it was there in the 80s-90s, Dean. He made it that way when we were growing up.
Avatar 1:48pm Wolfgang:

Irene, I would have loved to have met him. I have friends who have hung out with him after shows. He was such a sweet person.
  1:48pm Dean:

There are two pastrami joints in LA named after a diminutive John. I mistakenly used the spelling of the *other* one, Johnny's, when the one I mean is Johnnie's. Been there since 1952. I was there most frequently during those decades, because we moved north in 2001. But whenever I fly into LAX, I grab a car and head north on Sepulveda.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:49pm Michael 98145:

we need more good people, not fewer
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:50pm Michael 98145:

and more pastrami. good pastrami.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:50pm chresti:

I think there was one on Wilshire, too.
  1:51pm Irene:

Absolutely, Stork! Often when we saw Jimmy at a show, he would exclaim, "Keepnewses!"
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:51pm coelacanth∅:

Sem @1224 Roy Harper was played on friday too, on GeogyGirl's show. maybe started a long-overdue wave of appreciation? that was a listener request, too, but i don't know which listener
Avatar 1:53pm Wolfgang:

Hey Michael 98145! Sit and be spun!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:54pm coelacanth∅:

first time i ever tasted a pastrami sandwhich i was maybe 12 and i guess my mother got some at a discount. i suddenly had a new favorite food!
that turned out to be my one and only pastrami experience.
Avatar 1:55pm Wolfgang:

Oh, right, you told me that, Irene! You guys lead a very cool life!!
Avatar 1:55pm Sem:

Hiya, coel. Yep, I was along for that portion of the show, a 2nd anniversary show w/ listener requests. More Roy would be welcome for sure.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:56pm doctorjazz:

OK, heading out to pick up sandwiches from Goodman's Deli, Berkeley Heights, Joisey, listen to the show on the way. (A side of kishka to bring on that heart attack a bit sooner).
Avatar 1:57pm Wolfgang:

Guten Appetit, Doc! If you have access to the Starship transporter, please beam a few over my way. We have mustard.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:58pm coelacanth∅:

had to look up kishka and sorry but that does not look good!
be careful doctor!
Avatar 1:58pm duke:

Hello Stork and Storklings
Avatar 1:58pm Wolfgang:

Your royal Dukeness!!
  1:59pm Dean:

The Wilshire location might have been the *other* one, which I don't know.

That Goodman's Deli looks fantastic!

Another good hot mustard: Philippe's, the French dip join in downtown LA. Mustard is out of this world.
  2:01pm Irene:

Loving this Smilin Billy Suite, btw. I didn't know it previously.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:02pm coelacanth∅:

i'd like to find an excellent "polynesian" style mustard. any recommendations? (in upstate ny)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:02pm doctorjazz:

LOVE kishka, will go light on it. Later!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:02pm coelacanth∅:

(...HOT mustard, that is)
  2:03pm Martinibomb:

Hey Stork! TDK, Doug! Coel, Chresti and other fellow listeners
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:03pm coelacanth∅:

(doc i'm a semi-vegetarian so forgive me. a lot of meat dishes are unappetizing for me)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:04pm coelacanth∅:

hey Martinibomb!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:06pm chresti:

Hi MB!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:07pm Michael 98145:

i do confess to like nearly every version of blood sausage.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:08pm Michael 98145:

must be my slavic side
  2:08pm Dean:

What makes a Polynesian style mustard Polynesian?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:08pm chresti:

I love Phillippe's mustard, always pick a jar up whenever we're there.
  2:10pm Dean:

For a time, Michael Hoenig shared an art space in Los Angeles with the brother, David Amico, of a friend of mine. I believe Franco and chresti know David.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:10pm chresti:

A little sweetness, maybe? Polynesian mustard.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:11pm coelacanth∅:

Dean i don't know. radish? horseradish? i had it years ago and don't remember the brand name. it was different somehow.
...i was hoping one of the connoisseurs here would know.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:11pm chresti:

I know who he is, Dean, Franco might know him better than I do.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:14pm coelacanth∅:

i see now there's a plant called "polynesian mustard". maybe they threw some of that into the mustard condiment?
(i doubt that's it actually)
. . . chresti's probably right. maybe it was just a not-very-sweet honey mustard with lots of heat.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:15pm chresti:

Amora is a favorite French Dijon style mustard, like Phillippe's.
  2:15pm Dean:

So it's the heat that you're after. Philippe's is hot, full of horseradish, and for sale by the squeeze bottle. Used to come in glass jars, though. Trader Joe's Dijon Mustard with White Wine (obvs not Polynesian per se) isn't super hot, but it has a little kick.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:16pm chresti:

If I can't get either, I use fresh horseradish.
  2:18pm Dean:

A musician/caterer in Oakland, Phil Gelb, is selling condiments, but not for shipping, I fear. His sweet mustard is wonderful, and I've been meaning to try the hot mustard. His Sichuan chili sauce is scrumptious. Phil used to have dinner concerts at his flat. Saw a bunch of people there: David Murray, Mark Dresser, Joelle Leandre, Oliver Lake, Satoko Fujii... Miss those shows.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:18pm coelacanth∅:

that tj's dijon is good,yes.
...it looks like i must try philippe's. hopefully i can find it here -and in a jar.
  2:19pm Martinibomb:

I gotta get some philippe's now.. wish I had a jar right now
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:21pm coelacanth∅:

^ haha... and YES!
  2:21pm Dean:

https://www.philippes.com/available-in-restaurant-online-philippes-hot-mustard.html
Avatar 2:21pm Wolfgang:

Hey Bombe de Martini!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:22pm fred:

@Dean: I think Joelle Leandre told me about that place. Not sure, but it fits the description. She was very happy about that gig
Avatar 2:23pm Wolfgang:

Hi fred!
  2:25pm Martinibomb:

Wolfgang! Fred!
  2:26pm Dean:

Phil has boundless energy and goodwill, even under present circumstances. He's also an improviser on shakuhachi, has a few records. The dinner concerts are so great, because there are about 20 people jammed into the flat who dine with the performers. Phil is a wonderful chef, all vegan.
  2:30pm Dean:

Joelle was due to appear again earlier this year. And Ken Vandermark was going to appear at a house in N. Berkeley.

There's another theme for a show, Herr Stork: historical opera recitals. Or just an entire show devoted to Conchita Supervia.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:31pm chresti:

Thanks Dean, 10 bucks for shipping, though...may as well just go there.
  2:33pm Dean:

Listened to Konstantin Lifschitz's first recording, 1994, of the Goldberg Variations a few days ago. Just sparkles. He wasn't 19 at the time.
Avatar 2:34pm Wolfgang:

More roads to travel, Dean. Thanks.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:39pm fred:

Because of the curfew, I'll miss a dance show with a solo by Annie Hanauer, a dancer I like a lot. Last time she was that prominent in a show, I missed it because of heart surgery. She's not a lucky charm for me, it seems
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:40pm adamdoesit:

Tuning in late today. Happy to hear Glenn Gould runnin' and Haydn.
Avatar 2:42pm Wolfgang:

adamdoesit - Sprawl thou upon a chair, and be merry! Strong drink for ye?
  2:44pm Dean:

After reading that crushing story in NYT about Keith Jarrett, I think a dose of his Handel keyboard suites might make things better.
  2:47pm Dean:

You're not the first to rip asunder Gould's recordings. As a matter of fact, he was.
  2:49pm Robert h:

Good joined the right stream:)
Avatar 2:52pm Wolfgang:

Robert h - make yerself at home.
  2:53pm Robert h:

Thanks Wolfgang
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:54pm adamdoesit:

@Wolfgang Sprawling, seltzing, and merry am I.
  2:55pm Mark R:

I'm going to assume this isn't the same David Axelrod who served as a campaign consultant to Barack Obama.
Avatar 2:58pm Wolfgang:

Correcto, Marc R - This is a far more entertaining figure.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:58pm BadBob:

Finally have a sunday off. Been missing the DO then stork lineup
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:59pm chresti:

I had a similar reaction, when I first saw Axelrod on the playlists, Mark R
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:02pm doctorjazz:

Saw that Times article, @Dean, sad. Won't ever get to see him, my bad. (Posted this before, but I went to see him at The Village Vanguard, solo, many years ago. Tourists used to go there, and talk through whole sets. Jarrett came out, played for a minute or so, stopped for silence, didn't speak. Started and stopped 2 more times, then got up, left the stage, that was it. Wouldn't see him, or listen to his recordings for years after that was so pissed. Oh well...)
Avatar 3:04pm Sem:

Still here, still standing on one leg, the IV bag filled with a litre of Drowsy Ninja still untouched.
Loving this show.
Avatar 3:06pm Wolfgang:

More i_aint-got-words thanks to: Only 9% away from the goooooooooal!!!!!!!!! Thanks to C. O'Brien of NYC, Badbob Lautz - pardon my french, but holy fickin goddamm shit fuk to Bob Lautz in Blairstown!! Fuckin-A, is all i'm sayin. thanks hugely, and identicaly to fred from Fontenay aux Roses
France. - i can smell the finish line - it's smelly-good!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:07pm chresti:

Yay!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:08pm doctorjazz:

Thanks, Wolfy, great show!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:08pm BadBob:

De nada
  3:08pm Dean:

It's hard to blame Jarrett, except for the fact that he valued the insult to himself above that to his cooperative paying customers.

I regret never seeing the trio. They've played Cal Performances at Berkeley a few times, I believe, during the twenty years I've been here.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:09pm fred:

@Wolfgang: you did reach that goal
I have a hard time separating Keith Jarrett from the DFW story
Avatar 3:09pm Wolfgang:

Rockin in OT. thanks for the huge support!!!! Jack in Westfield just brought us to the threshhold!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:11pm doctorjazz:

The paying customer part ticked me off. Someone could at least have tried to shush the audience. Her came off like a prima Donna.
  3:12pm Dean:

These Joe Turner Pablo records are so damn good.
Avatar 3:12pm Wolfgang:

OOOOO, just one little pledge and they cant tie me up and paddle the soles of my feet with barrel staves! well, not in good conscience, anyhoos
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:13pm doctorjazz:

Dr. Browns Cream Soda, deli mustard (the best mustard imo), in heaven!
Avatar 3:15pm Wolfgang:

So close to the goal. Dare i betray my greediness? One little bequaeth and my physical safety is guaranteed for another year!!!
Avatar 3:16pm Wolfgang:

I mant bequeath, of course.
  3:16pm Dean:

Don't know the DFW story, fred. Dallas/Fort Worth?

I think you made your goal. The dog is mooing and the cow is wagging its tail. The 91% is the station's total.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:18pm doctorjazz:

Pastrami, kishka, potato knish, pickles, comfort food.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:19pm chresti:

Thanks Wolfgang! Had a fine time, as always!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:20pm Michael 98145:

Indeed, thanks
Avatar 3:21pm Wolfgang:

PHEW! Thanks yooooz!!!! so very sweeet.
Avatar 3:22pm Sem:

Delicious, delightful, delovely. Later, Wolf, and the Pack.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:24pm coelacanth∅:

Thanks Wolfgang
take care Wolfgang gang
Avatar 3:24pm Wolfgang:

special thanks to all the folks who pledged and got us within retention status here in the tough climes of GTDR - see ya next i can't talk about it, but they beat you when you don't perform at fund-raising time. See y'all net Sunday for more more more.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:24pm fred:

@Dean: Girl With The Curious Hair, a DFW short story in the collection of the same name
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:25pm fred:

DFW=David Foster Wallace
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:26pm doctorjazz:

FYI, Jack from Westfield is me Stork.
  3:26pm Dean:

That went right over my head, fred!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:27pm chresti:

Rocco wants MORE yeah!
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