Thursday, April 30, 2009

Afternoon Classics - Thursday, April 30, 2009

Let it be recorded that the last day of April was a truly beautiful day. Clear skies, sunshine and warm temperatures - a perfect spring day! 
Corelli: Concerto grosso Op. 6, No. 1, Charles Medlam conducting the London Baroque players.
Mozart: Violin Concerto No. 1 in B flat, K207, Itzhak Perlman on violin, James Levine conducting the Vienna Philharmonic.
Herbert: Concerto No. 2 for cello and Orchestra, Georges Miquelle - cello; Howard Hanson conducting the Eastman Rochester Orchestra.
Mozart: Rondo in B flat, K269 & Rondo in C, K373, Itzhak Perlman and James Levine with Vienna Philharmonic.
Brahms: String Quartet in A minor, Op 52, the Alban Berg Quartet. 
Sibelius: Symphony No. 5 in E flat, Op. 82, Zvill Bailey - Cello; Martin West conducting the San Francisco Ballet Orchestra.
Thompson: The Plow that broke the Plains, Richard Kapp conducting the San Francisco Ballet Orchestra.
Milhaud: Concerto for Harp, Op. 323 (1953) Frederique Cambrelling on harp, Martin West conducting the San Francisco Ballet Orchestra.

Cafe Ole with Conrad for Thursday 4-30-09

Gloryoski Batmen...It is the last day of our April showers which gladly we have been free from for nearly a week... In like a lion as is said... Take 5 times 3 today and good morning to you..

Joe Jackson Breaking Us In Two
Freddie Hubbard Up Jumped Spring

James Taylor Oh! What A Beautiful Morning
Shania Twain I'm Gonna Getcha Good
Spyro Gyra Song for Lorraine
Randy Newman I Love L.A.

Pearl Django Cheek to Cheek
Dancing Fantasy - (Take 5 (4/4time))
Dave Brubeck - Take 5 (5/4 time)
Grover Washington Jr. - Take 5

Kinks Sunny Afternoon
Kenny Chesney Road and the Radio
Willie Nelson Louissana

Colors in Motion - Secrets
Tom Scott & LA Express - Smokin Section
Al Jarreau - We're In This Love Together

The Beatles - In My Life
Marvin Gaye - I want You
Brian Krinek _ Smooth Summer

Shimashai - Me Illumina

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Afternoon Classics - Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Well, let us all wish a Happy Birthday to Duke Ellington today. He is one of America's most prolific and most respected composers. We will play a few of his pieces at the end of the program.
To start with it is really spring so -----
Vivaldi: Spring from The Four Seasons, Op. 8 No. 1, Christina Day Martinson on the violin and Martin Perlman conducting the Boston Baroque.
Vaughan Williams:  Romance, Tommy Reilly on the Harmonica and Sir Neville Marriner conducting the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields.
Mahler: Symphony No. 6 in A minor, James Levine conducting the Boston Symphony Orchestra
Copland: Three Latin American Sketches, Paul Gambill conducting the Nashville Chamber Orchestra
Hindemith: Kammermusik No. 1, for 12 Solo Instruments, Op. 24, No. 1, Riccardo Chailly conducting the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra.
Brahms: Hungarian Dances, Book 1, Veri & Jamanis - Pianists.
Dvorak: Piano Quartet No. 2 in E-flat, Op. 87, Emmanuel Ax - piano, Isaac Stern - violin, Jaime Laredo - viola, Yo-Yo Ma - cello.
Ellington: 2 Dances from his Liberian Suite, and Suite Thursday written with Billy Strayhorn.

Wednesday Soundings 4-29-09 Jazz & Mie "Legs"

YES! Gorgeous sunnydays calling for skirts and shorts, so time to clear cut the undergrowth. Let's enjoy legs!

Bluegrass Tribute to ZZ Top-Legs
C.J. Chenier-Bow-Legged Woman
Joanna Connor-Big Girl Blues
Charlie Musslewhite-Mama Long Legs
George Thorogood-One Bourbon, One Scotch, & One Beer (O.K., not legs, but too good to pass up)
Johnny Winter-One Step Forward (Two Steps Back)
Marcia Ball-Shake a Leg
Freddy King-Big Legged Woman
Studebacker John-Boogie Walk
John Lee Hooker-Big Legs, Tight Skirt
Saffire-There's Lightning in These Thunder Thighs
James Cotton-Boot Knocking Boogie
Katie Webster-Zydeco Shoes & California Blues
Duke Robillard-Six Inch Heels
Coco Montoya-Put the Shoe on the Other Foot
Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown-Unchained Melody (Again not legs, but irresistable)
Charlie Musslewhite-Catwalk
Joe Kubek-Walk With You
Shemekia Copeland-Walk On
B.B. King-Walkin' & Cryin'
Luther Allison-You Can Run But You Can't Hide
Joe Kubek-Big legs
Nancy Sinatra-These Boots are Made for Walkin'

O.K. kids, get out and use those legs. Love Ya, Mie.

Cafe Ole with Conrad for Wednesday 4-29-2009

Its not easy being green, but all that moss we've been growing on our bodies for the past couple of seasons is being eradicated by all this great sunshine!!!! First Cruise Ship Day...Goodbye Downtown, see you in September.

Wynton & Ellis Marsallis Linus & Lucy
Kermit the Frog It's Not EZ Being Green
George Benson Valdez in the Country

Cat Stevens Morning Has Broken
Jeff Lorber Bombay Cafe
Dancing Fantasy Take Five

Pearl Django Under Paris Skies
Dee Daniels Song for My Father
Grover Washington Summer Chill
Earl Klugh Midnight in San Juan

Lee Ritenour Is It You
Randy Crawford Al Jarreau Your Precious Love

Paul Simon Mother & Child Reunion
Stevie Wonder As
Cheilli Minucci Sweet On You

Aviline Ava La Puer
Sade Smooth Operator
John Maher Your Body is a Wonderland

Quincy Jones Killer Joe
Mark Whitfield BB's Journey

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Afternoon Classics - Tuesday, April 28, 2009

A bright sunny day! and here are four hours of music to go with it.  
Boccherini:   String Quintet in A minor, Op. 25, No. 6, G300, Fabio Biondi and Europa Galante performing.
Beethoven: Violin Sonata No. 5 in F, Op. 25 "Spring", Itzhak Perlman - violin, Vladimir Ashkenazy - piano
" Piano Sonata No. 14 in C sharp mminor, "Moonlight" Andras Schiff on the piano.
Respighi: Suite in E major, Adriano conducting the Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra.
Honegger: Danse de la chévre, Emily Beynon - flute.
Salonen: Gambit, for orchestra, Esa-Pekka Salonen & the Los Angeles Philharmonic.
Daugherty:  Philadelphia Stories for Orchestra (2001), Marin Alsop conducting the Colorado Symphony Orchestra.
Prokofiev:    Overture on Hebrew Themes for Clarinet, String Quartet and Piano, Op. 34, Giora Fiedman - clarinet, the Juliet String Quartet and Yefim Bronfman - piano.

Sunny Day Tues. CC with Katie B. 4-28-09

Bob Marley
Three Little Birds
The Best of Bob Marley and the Wailers

Midnight in Ethiopia
Jamaica Reggae Homeland

Brian Wilson
That Lucky Old Sun
Morning Beat
Room with a View
Good Kind of Love
Forever She'll Be Surfer Girl
Venice Beach
Live Let Live/That Lucky Old Sun (reprise)
That Lucky Old Sun

The Beach Boys
God Only Knows
Good Vibrations
Beach Boys Greatest Hits
1999 Release

The Corrs
Summer Sunshine
NuMusic Traxx 142

The Mamas and the Papas
I Call Your Name
16 of Their Greatest Hits
1996 Release

The Monkees
That Was Then This is Now
Peter Tork and Mickey Dolenz
1995 Release

The Decembrists
The Crane Wife

Todd Rundgren
I Saw the Light in Your Eyes

Kate York
After Glow
Paste Sampler 51

Pressure Chief

Steve Miller Band
Encore Collection
Extended Versions
Space Cowboy

James Taylor
Knock on Wood
Other Covers

Jason Mraz
We Sing We Dance We Steal Things

Beautiful Day
All That You Can't Leave Behind

Dean Martin
On an Evening in Roma
The Best of Dean Martin
Ten Best Series
1990, 2002

Joni Mitchell
Joni Mitchell Hits
1996 Release

Willy Nelson
Blue Skies
The Essential Willy Nelson
2003 Release

Steve Miller Band
The Joker
Extended Versions
Encore Collection
Released 2003

Ray Charles and Van Morrison
Crazy Love
Ray Charles-Genius Loves Company

Ana Egge
Bully of New York
Paste Mag #51

Patsy Cline
I Love You Honey
2006 Release

Patsy Cline
Walkin After Midnight
12 Greatest Hits
1988 Release

Jeremy Messersmith
Paste #51

Michael Franti
Say Hi, I l Love You

Brian Wilson
Southern California
That Lucky Old Sun

Cafe Ole with Conrad for Tuesday 4-28-09

Good Morning Everyone....

Colors in Motion Gentle Journey
David Benoit Musicians With Attitude

Steely Dan Ricky Don't Lose That Number
YellowJackets New Rochelle
Dave Grusin Early AM Attitude

Sergio Mendez Roda
Special EFX Bella
E.W.&F. Can't Hide Love

Monday, April 27, 2009

Cafe' Ole' with Conrad for Monday April 27, 2009

Dido White Flag
Lee Ritenour Shades in the Shade
Allison Krause This Time the Dreams on Me
Chris Botti Miami Overnight
Tony Bennet I Wanna Be Around

Pablo Cruise A Place in The Sun
Bill Withers Aint No Sunshine

Marta Gomez La Ronda (Pan Y Canela)
Sergio Mendez Mas Que Nada
David Benoit El Camino Real
Al Stewart Time Passages

George Benson Breezin
Wycliffe Gordon Cheeky
Manhattan Xfer Smackwater Jack
Abba Money, Money, Money

Steely Dan Deacon Blue
Big Hands Dan Colvin Band The Beat Goes On

Maxx Bennett Band Latin Lovers
Brian Krinick Smooth Summer
Chase Sanborn I'm Through with Love

Sunday, April 26, 2009

We Like Kids _ Sunday April 26, 2009

Ready to Roll - The Doo-Dads - Make Fun Music
Down in the Backpack - Bill Harley - Down in the Backpack
Pizza Shake - Bill Harley - One More Time

Hop to the Rock - The Doo Dads - Play Fun Music
The Doo Dads - The Doo Dads - Play Fun Music
Fish - The Glacial Erratics - Ice Worm Wiggle
Fish Guts - Shel Silverstein - Underwater Land
Cuttlefish - Shel Silverstein - Underwater Land

Take Me With You - Peter Alsop - Take Me With You
Alicia and the Monster - Bill Harley - One More Time

New Shoes - Guy Davis - Kids, Cars and Campfires
I Love Pie - Marcy and Cathy - Scat Like That
La Bamba - Los Lobos - Papas Breath
Pig Latin Polka - Marcy and Cathy - Scat Like That

Saturday, April 25, 2009

Styx & Stones with Conrad for Sat. 4/25

Styx and Stones may break my bones, but this economic stimulus isn't very.... One Hundred days = One Trillion, Five hundred Billion, Seven Hundred Million, Four Hundred Thousand Dollars.... and volumes of reams of paper and tens of thousands of ink to print the money....

Emerson Lake & Palmer In the Beginning
Styx Fooling Yourself (Angry Young Man)
Rolling Stones Salt of the Earth

Procol Harem A Whiter Shade of Pale
Moody Blues Nights in White Satin
Radiohead Creep
Yes Owner of A Lonely Heart
Rolling Stones Not Fade Away

Santana Block Oye Como Va, Hold On, Spirit

Eurythmics Here Comes That Rain Again
Everything But the Girl Missing
Foreigner Waiting on A Girl Like You
Tom Petty The Waiting

Ram Jam Black Betty
Lynard Skynard Gimme 3 Steps
Allman Bros Aint Wastin Time No More
Greateful Dead Friend of the Devil

America Horse with no Name

Saturday Sunrise - 4/25/2009

Brazilian and Cuban music

Lalo Schiefrin - Latin Jazz Suite - Montuno
Toots Thielman - Choro Bandido, Edu Lobo vocal
Joao Gilberto & Antonio Carlos Jobim and Orchestra - Corcovado
Stan Getz and J. Gilberto with Antonio Carlos Jobim
Brazil: Forro, Music for maids and taxi drivers - Balanco da canoa
Sarah Vaughan - Cantador
Paquito D'Rivera - Mana de carnival/Gentle rain
Joao Gilberto - Wave
Babel Gilberto - Samba da Bencao
Jobim-Mortenbaum - Aqua de beber
Joanna - Diga Ai
Sarah Vaughan - Tete
Beth Carvalho - Enquanto a gente batuca
Stan KentonQuien sabe
Orquesta Aragon - Nico Rojas
Orquesta Aragon - Yo tengo una muneca
Outback - Dance the devil away
Ska Cubano - Tabu
La Barriada - Espuelas de gallo viejo
Tito Puente - Mambo king
Dizzy Gillespie - Pensativo
Ray Bareto - Oclupaca
Ibrahim Ferrer - Perfidia
Duo del Bodeguita del medio - Guantanemera

Ambient Groove -- April 25, 2009

Playlist for April 25, 2009

Set 1:

The Sound of Peace, John Fluker
Something You Dream Of, Denise Young
Meditation, Jamie Lawrence
Earthdream, Clifford Carter

Set 2:

Eva, Heights of Abraham
Simplicity, David Nichtern

Set 3:

At Ease, Steve Gorn
Reflections on the Highway, Briza
Lullabye, Cafe del Mar
Set 4:

Sleep, Max & Harvey
Beautiful World, Patrick O'Hearn
Shade of the Sycamore, Tony Sandate
Terrapin, Bonobo

Set 5:

Viens Dormir Avec Moi, Ramuntcho Matta
A Zed and Two L's, Fila Brazilla
All Our Ancestors, TUU

Set 6:

You Fill Me, Milosh
Sondags Beste, Rune Lindbaek
8th Sense, Deep In
Aquamarine, Ian Tescee

Thursday, April 23, 2009

Afternoon Classics - Thursday, April 23, 2009

The 23rd of April is the traditional date of the birth of William Shakespeare. The relationship between Shakespeare and music is a long one and a serendipitous one. Numerous composers have put their energy into creating works to go with the various plays of the bard. We will hear four of those today.
Berlioz:  Overture to King Lear, Sir Colin Davis leading the Staatskapelle Dresden.
Shostakovich: Hamlet, Leonid Grin conducting the Deutches Symphonie-Orchester, Berlin
Mendelssohn: A Midsummer Night's Dream, Rotterdam Philharmonic led by Jeffrey Tate.
Dvorak: Ballade, Op. 15, Bohuslav Matousek - violin, Petr Ademec - piano.
Prokofiev: Romeo and Juliet, Suite No. 2, Paavo Järvi and the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.
- - - Sonata for Solo Violin in D major, Op. 115, Gil Shaham - violin.
-- - - Concerto for violin and Orchestra No. 2 in G minor, Op. 63 Gil Shaham - violin, André Previn conducting the London Symphony Orchestra.
-- - - Concerto for piano, left hand, and orchestra in B flat major, No. 4, Op 53, Yefim Bronfim - piano, Zubin Mehta conducting the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra.
-- - - Overture on Hebrew Themes for Clarinet, String Quartet and Piano, Op. 34, Giora Feidman - clarinet, Julliard String Quartet, Yefim Bronfman - piano.
And that wraps up our week of Prokofiev! See you on Tuesday. Mike Price

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Afternoon Classics - Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Good afternoon on this Earth Day. As someone put it we are observing the earth's birthday - well, anyway it is a good thing to take a day our and pay homage to the good old plnet we live on. After all it is what sustains us!
We will begin with:
Vivaldi:  Flute concerto in D, RV 428, Janet See on the flute and Nicholas McGegan conducting the Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra.
Hovhaness:  And God Created Great Whales, David Amos with the Philharmonia Orchestra.
         ---       Symphony No. 2, Mysterious Mountain, Gerard Schwarz conducting the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.
Beethoven:  Symphony No. 6 in F, Pastorale, Leonard Bernstein and the New York Philharmonic.
Shostakovich:  Folkvest from The Gadfly, Leonid Grin conducting the Radio-Symphonie-Orchester Berlin.
Honegger: Danse de la chévre (solo flute), Emily Beynon - flute.
Milhaud: La creation du monde Kent Nagano conducting the Orchestre de L'Opera de Lyon.
Thompson:  The River, Richard Kapp conducting the Philharmonia Virtuosi.
Auric: Imaginées 1, Emily Beynon - flute and Andrew West - piano.
Grofé:    The Grand Canyon Suite, Howard Hanson and the Eastman Rochester Orchestra.
Hovhaness: Symphony No. 66, Hymn to Glacier Peak, Gerard Schwarz and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.
So anyway - Happy Birthday Earth!

Wedesnday Soundings 4-22-09 Jazz & Mie

Earth Day! Grounded in the dirty reality of mud and love and rich, ripe, fertile sod. Lower your carbon paw print. Slow global warming. Plant a tree. Pick up a piece of trash that's not yours. Give a little, or there will nothing left all too soon.

Etta James--This Bitter Earth
James Cotton--Fire Down Under the Hill
Louis Armstrong--What a Wonder ful Wrold
Sister Rosetta Tharpe--He's Got the Whole World in His Hands
Mose Allison--My Backyard
Nancy Wilson--When the Meadow Was Blooming
Earl "Fatha" Hines--I've Got the World on a String
The Muddy Waters Tribute Band--Walking Through the Park
Koko Taylor--Mother Nature
Junior Wells--Million Years Blues
Guy Davis--Six Feet of Cold Hard Ground
Muddy Waters--Burying Ground
The Fairfield Four--Life Down Here on Earth
Willie Dixon--Mighty Earthquake and Hurricane
Etta James--The Rock
Dr. John--Let's Make a Better World
Thelonius Monk W/John Coltrane--Epistrophy
Diane Krall--East of the Sun
The Holmes Brothers--Promised Land
Paramount Singers--Peace in the Valley
Ella Fitzgerald--Blue Skies
Louis Armstrong (Again)--What a Wonderful World

That's my celbration of Earth day, Keep the faith, thanks for listening, Love Ya, Mie.

Wednesday Crosscurrents 4/22

Wednesday Crosscurrents - John Gaguine

Heart - Barracuda - dedicated to our governor, Sarah Palin, whose high school basketball nickname was Sarah Barracuda, and who has proven that she is still quite a barracuda

Jimi Hendrix - All Along the Watchtower (Bob Dylan), Foxy Lady
Slash and Paul Rodgers with the Band of Gypsys - I Don't Live Today (Hendrix, who recorded an album with the Band of Gypsys, Billy Cox and Buddy Miles, in 1970)

Moody Blues - Ride My See-Saw, I'm Just a Singer in a Rock n Roll Band, Question

Fleetwood Mac - Second Hand News (Lindsay Buckingham), Say You Love Me (Christine McVie), Go Your Own Way (Buckingham)

Mamas and Papas - I Saw Her Again; Trip, Stumble and Fall; Go Where You Wanna Go

Jefferson Airplane - She Has Funny Cars (Jorma Kaukonen and Marty Balin), Crown of Creation (Paul Kantner - live from Winterland in SF), Young Girl Sunday Blues (Balin and Kantner), It's No Secret (Balin)

Gentrys - Keep On Dancing
Guess Who - No Time
Standells - Dirty Water ("Boston, you're my home")
Grand Funk RR - We're an American Band

Shocking Blue - Venus
Stephen Stills - Love the One You're with

Dan Fogelberg - Nexus
Heart - Rock n Roll (Led Zeppelin)

Cafe' Ole' with Conrad for Wed. 22Apr09


Tania Libertad Anda Mariado
David Benooit Coconut Roads
Donald Fagan New Frontier
Jeff Lorber Bombay Cafe'

Special EFX Fountain of You
Noel Pointer Look of Love
Chi Lites Oh Girl
Sergio Mendez & Brazil 66 The Look of Love

Al Green Love & Happiness
Dancing Fantasy Seasons
Hiroshima Supp Poze
James Taylor Oh What A Beautiful Morning


Eurythmics Sweet Dreams are Made of This

Quincy Jones Do Nuthin Till You Hear From Me
Diana Krall East of the Sun, West of the Moon
Chris Botti &
Michael Buble' Let There Be Love

Curtis Mayfield Freddies Dead/Pusherman
Sade No Ordinary Love
John Legend Save Room

Karrin Allyson Dont Let Me Be Lonely
Don Henley The End of the Innocence

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Afternoon Classics - Tuesday, April 21, 2009

This week brings us the birthday of Sergei Prokofiev (on Thursday) so we shall be playing his music and that of some others on todays program. We will start with some of the standard concert repertoire and move on from there.
       Boccherini:  Cello sonata, Coenraad Bloemendal - cello and Joel Quarrington - bass.
       Prokofiev:    Symphony No. 1 in D, Op. 25 "Classical Symphony" Riccardo Muti conducting the  Philadelphia Orchestra.
                               String Quartet No. 1 in B minor, Op. 50, the Emerson String Quartet.
                              Symphony No. 5 in B flat major, Leonard Bernstein conducting the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra.
       Salonen: LA Variations, Esa-Pekka Salonen conducting the Los Angeles Philharmonic.
       Nielsen:  Incidental music to "Alladin" FS 89, Lance Friedel and the Aarhus Symphony Orchestra and Chorus.
      Prokofiev:  Alexander Nevsky, Valery Gergiev and the Kirov Orchestra & Chorus of the Mariinsky Theatre, St. Petersburg.
                           Lieutenant Kije Suite,  Paavo Järvi and the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.

Tues. CC w/Katie B. The Post Folkfest Edition 4-21-09

Sonnet by Elizabeth Bishop

I am in need of music that would flow
Over my fretful, feeling finger-tips,
Over my bitter-tainted trembling lips,
With melody, deep, clear, and liquid slow.
Oh, for the healing, swaying, old and low,
Of some song sung to rest the tired dead,
A song like to fall like water on my head,
And over quivering limbs, dream flushed to glow!

There is magic made by melody:
A spell of rest, and quiet breath, and cool
Heart, that sinks through fading colors deep
To the subaqueous stillness of the sea,
And floats forever in a moon green pool,
Held in the arms of rhythm and of sleep.

Nightingale 3
Becky Tracy, Jeremiah McLane, Keith Murphy
Mazurka (Chabenat)/Le Gradlon (Murphy)

De Temps Antan
Eric Beudry, Andre Brunet, Pierre Luc Dupuis
C'est Ben dommage
A l'annee

Before I Go
Doors and Windows

Avline Ava
Le Peur (fear)
World volume 8 #5
Oasis collection

Kim Beggs
J'ai Besoin Des Nuages
Tether, Hooks and Velcro
Yukon Women in Music

Northward Bound
Doors and Windows

Tim Easton
Man that You Need
Live at Water Canyon

Buddy Tabor
Tomorrow is a Long Time

Bob Dylan
Don't Think Twice
It's All Right
Live at the Gaslight

Collette Costa
Sentimental Journey
You Can't Blame a Girl
Folkfest Set 2009:

Kim Barlow
preamble (live at the keno city snack bar)
Lucky Burden

The Heart of a Pirate, The Face of a Boy
Kayla Dewdney
Tether, Hooks and Velcro
Yukon Women in Music

Jane Roodenburg
Say I Am You
Unmarked Boxes

De Temps Antan
Le petit voyage
A l'annee

Michael Pendergast
Heave Away
Storms, Shipwrecks and Sailcloth
Sea Chanties etc. to relive Prince Edward
Island's Golden Age of Sail

Tim Easton
All the Pretty Girls Leave Town
Live at Water Canyon

Bac'cuntry bruthers
Mister Mister (?)
All night Ragtime Revue
The good the bad and the ugly

Hazel Dickens and Alice Gerrard
Cowboy Jim
Pioneering Women of Bluegrass
Smithsonian Folkways
Released 1996

Sean Tracy
Thinkn' About Drinkin'

Carolina Chocolate Drops
Short Life of Trouble
Dona got a ramblin' mind

Be Good Tanyas
the Littlest Birds
Blue Horse

Jason Mraz
I'm Yours
We Sing We Dance We Steal Things

Mamas and Papas
Dream a Little Dream of Me
16 Greatest Hits
Rel. 1996

Hot Club of Cowtown
Deed I Do
Continental Stomp

Pat Surface and the Boundary Water Boys
The End of the Road
Road Scholar, Songs from the First Five Million Miles

Pete Seeger
Wonderful Friends
Pete Seeger at 89

Will Putman
Telemark Run
The Middle of Nowhere
an alaskan seasonal suite

Cafe Ole for Tuesday 4-21-2009

Santana Samba Pa Ti
Dee Daniels Song for My Father
David Sanborn Smile
Cal Tjader Noa Noa

Sam Cooke A Change Is Gonna Come
Special EFX Fountain of You
Randy Crawford w/ Al Jarreau Your Precious Love
Larry Carlton Sleepwalk

Marvin Gaye What's Goin' On
David Benoit Linus & Lucy
Jay D'Amico Alfreda

Al Green Let's Stay Together
Chris Issiac Wicked Game
Earl Klugh Midnight in San Juan

Al Caiola The Magnificent Seven
Amny Winehouse You know I'm No Good
David Sanborn Love Is Enough

Joe Jackson Steppin Out
Chuck Loeb Blue Kiss
Diana Krall Walk On By
Bill Evans Comrade Conrad

Jazz Tonight for 4/20/2009

Open Spaces, Perdido, Bye Bye Blues, Mack the Knife - Oscar Peterson

Cherokee, The Step, Jodo, On the Sunny Side of the Street - Lionell Hampton

Con Alma, Mambo King, Oye Como Va - Tito Puente

Song for My Father, God Bless the Child - Dee Daniels

Curtis Stigers- You Are Too Beautiful
Joe Pass QTT - Rosetta
Chuck Mangione - Feels So Good

Monday, April 20, 2009

Cafe Ole

Maroon five Sunday Morning
SpyroGyra Song for Lorainne
Hiroshima Joe Jazzz

Sunday, April 19, 2009

We Like Kids 4-19-09

Good morning all you wonderful people. Spring is here and it is time to get moving so here is some music to move with:

Dan Crow--Walk Outside
Papillon--Let's Go
Sweet Honey in the Rock--Down the Road I be Going
Buck Howdy--Skidaddle
Joanie Bartles--Happy Feet
Greg & Steve--The Boogie Walk
A.J. Phoenix & OBD--Loop De Loop
Jessica Harper--Hip to Hop
The Doo Dads--Hop to the Rock
Parachute Express--As Long as We Go Side By Side
Dan Zanes--Skip to My Lou
Leslie Zak--Dance Me a Jig
Jump For Joy Music (Wiley & Debbie Rankin)--Jump for Joy
Beth Andrien--Jumprope Jive
Miss Sherri--We Are Spinning
Music for Little People (W/Conesha Monet lead vocals)--High Hopes

Yeah for going! :) Time for me to go, thanks for listening. Love Ya, Mie.

Saturday, April 18, 2009

Saturday Sunrise - 4/18/2009

Astor Piazzola - Adios Nonimo
Paul Desmond - Romance De Amour
Bad Plus - Long distance runaround
Ray Bryant - My blues
Richard Stolzman - Sons of the black swan
Carmela Rappazzo - Bye bye blackbird
Milt Jackson - Night mist blues
Nina Simone - Tomorrow is my turn
Itzhak Perlman &b Oscar Peterson - Dark eyes
Chet Baker - Every time we say good bye
Terrence Blanchard - Degas' racing world (Jazz in film)
Mose Allison - I don't worry about a thing
Gile Apap - Piece en forme de Habanera (Maurice Ravel)
Diana Krall - You're my thrill
Pearl Django - Blues en Mineur
Nina Simone - Since I fell for you
Tito Puente - Timbalaro
Billie Holliday - Be fair with me baby
Richard Stolzman - Pavane

Ambient Groove -- April 18, 2009

Playlist for April 18, 2009

Set 1:

Japanese Garden, Tomas Marin
Blossoms Falling Like Snow, Gandalf
The Temple, Ray Lynch
Star Dreams, Michael Stearns
Endless Fields, Ray

Set 2:

I Am The Flow, Jan Cercone & Mark Deutsch
Love's First Smile, Kevin Kern
Close Your Eyes, Christophe Beck
Ocean Song, Ron Jensen
The Book of Love, Peter Gabriel

Set 3:

Sleepless, Marconi Union
Woodland Ride, Ginkgo Garden
Fata Morgana, Enigma

Set 4:

Breakfast on Neptune, Joe Weineck
Dreamy Smiles, The Dining Rooms
Sky Chill, Mysteria
Russia, Magna Canta

Set 5:

Marcella Behind Liquid Blue Eyes, Dahlia
Under the Sun Neverends, Moondeluxe
Miracle, Weathertunes
Play, Orbient
Twice, Little Dragon
Sister Green Eyes, Hypnomusic

Set 6:

Desert Dress, Lord Runningclam
On My Own, The Moontrane Conductors
Whispered Echoes, Lemonhead
Sky Worship at St. Leonard's, Al Gromer Khan
Deja Vu, Enigma

Thursday, April 16, 2009

Afternoon Classics, Thursday, April 16, 2009

The heart of today's program comes out of a discussion I had with Patrick Murphy this morning. We both have an affinity for Brahms and therefore as the topic of our discussion gravitated to Brahms so did the core of this program. However to begin with we will start with our old friend the Red Priest - Antonio Vivaldi.
Vivaldi: From Il cimento dell'armonia e dell'inventione - Concerto in B flat RV 362, "La caccia" performed by Europa Galante with Fabio Biondi leading and on the violin.
Schubert: Rondo Brillant in B minor, Op 70, D 895 with Denes Szigmondy and Anneliese Nissen, this time the whole thing.
Beethoven: Piano Sonata No. 28 in A major, Op. 101, John O'Conor at the piano along with the Scherzo from his Sonata No. 29 "Hammerklavier."
Brahms: the jewel of the showcase: Symphony No. 2 in D, Op. 73, an historic recording with Bruno Walter leading the Columbia Symphony Orchestra.
---- and more Brahms - Book 4 of his Hungarian Dances with Veri & Jamanis.
Rossini: I didn't realize that Rossini had written anything for the combination of cello and bass but here it is. Duetto for Cello & Bass, Coenraad Bloemendal - cello; Joel Quarrington - bass.
Chausson: Symphony in B flat, Op. 20, Eduardo Mata and the Dallas Symphony Orchestra.
Bartok: (for the folk festival!) Dance Suite, Pierre Boulez conducting the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
Martinu: Quartet for Oboe, Violin, Cello and Piano, Members of the 1994 Australian Chamber Music Festival.
Beethoven: Trio No. 4 in B flat, Op. 11. "Gassenhauer", the Beaux Arts Trio.

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Afternoon Classics, Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Once more the weather has held and we are dry! In spite of the risk we will start today with some water music!
Handel: Water Music Suite in D major, HWV 348, Sir Charles Mackerras conducting the Orchestra of St. Luke's.
Schubert: String Quartet No. 13 in A minor, D. 804, the Cleveland Quartet.
Ravel: Daphnis et Chloe (complete) James Levine conducting the Boston Symphony Orchestra.
Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto in D, Op. 35, Sarah Chang on the violin and Sir Colin Davis conducting the London Symphony Orchestra.
Griffes: Poem for Flute and Orchestra, Carol Wincenc - flute and JoAnn Falletta conducting the Buffalo Symphony Orchestra.
Tveitt: Nykken, Ole Kristian Ruud conducting the Stavanger Symphony Orchestra.
Martinu: Symphony No. 3 (1944), Arthur Fagen conducting the National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine.
Schubert: Rondo Brillant in B minor, Op. 70 D 895, Denes Zsigmondy - violin; Anneliese Nissen - piano.
And we will see you tomorrow for more Afternoon Classics.

Wednesday Soundings 4-15-09 Jazz & Mie

Buenos Dias, Velkomen, Hi Ya. Enjoying the idea of a world of vivid colors today. (Putting it together as I go, really) Hope you like it:

The Preserves--What Are Your Colors
The Gospel Hummingbirds-- Blowing in the Wind
Ruth Brown--I'm Gonna Move to the Outskirts of Town W/Bonnie Raitt
Ray Charles--Heaven Help Us All W/Gladys Knight

Stan Getz--Desafinado
Chet Baker--Born to be Blue
Vanessa Rubin--Mosaic
Paquito D'Rivera--Corcovado
Nancy Wilson--Just the Way You Are

James Cotton--Mean Old World
Blind Boys of Alabama--If I Could Help Somebody
Irma Thomas--Shelter in the Rain
Bill Monroe & Doc Watson--What Would You Give in Exchange forYour Soul
Ruth Brown--I Believe I Can Fly
Dr. Michael White--Caribbean Girl (A New Orleans Calypso)

Mose Allison--Everybody's Crying Mercy
Irma Thomas-- I Wish I Knew How it Would Feel ot be Free
Blind Boys of Alabama--Free at Last
James Cotton--When You Got a Good Friend W/Marcia Ball
The Holmes Brothers--(What's so Funny 'bout) Peace, Love, and Undertanding?

That's my world of colors for you. Love Ya, Mie.

Wednesday Crosscurrents 4/15

Wednesday Crosscurrents - John Gaguine

Beatles - Taxman

Chambers Brothers - In the Midnight Hour (Wilson Pickett/Steve Cropper)
Young Rascals - Good Lovin'
Spencer Davis Group - with Stevie Winwood - Gimme Some Loving

Byrds - I'll Feel a Whole Lot Better
Electric Prunes - I Had Too Much to Dream
Outsiders - Time Won't Let Me
Lovin' Spoonful - Summer in the City

Abbott and Costello - Who's on First - IMHO, the funniest comedy routine of all times
Steve Goodman - A Dying Cub Fan's Last Request - an extraordinary song written while Goodman knew he was dying

Velvet Underground - with Lou Reed - Sweet Jane
The Doors - Light My Fire (long version, of course)

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band - Rosalita

Thin Lizzy - The Boys Are Back in Town
Dire Straits - Walk of Life
Beatles - Helter Skelter - the song that tragically supposedly inspired Charles Manson, who thought that it predicted a great war between the races

Creedence Clearwater Revival - Bad Moon Rising, Green River, Lodi
John Fogerty (the heart of CCR) - Fortunate Son

Jefferson Airplane - Wild Tyme (Paul Kantner), If You Feel (Marty Balin), Volunteers (Balin/Kantner)

The Who - I Can See for Miles - IMHO, the second greatest rock song of all time
Springsteen/E St. - Born to Run - IMHO, the greatest rock song of all time
Tax Day!!! APRIL 15...Although you're going to have to work until the end of May in order to have earned enough to pay your tax obligation and after the current economic stimulus package to big business, big banking, big insurance, and soaring medical costs along with the Obama administrations taxing of our future for current spending... Well, you're going to have to work into July to meet those obligations starting next year.... HAVE A NICE DAY.

Lee Ritenour "Mr. Briefcase"
Grover Washington "Next Exit"
Brian Krineck "gOT sOMEWHERE tO gO"

Ritenour "Dreamwalk"
Atlanta Rhythm Section "Immaginary Lover"
David Benoit "Waiting for Spring"

Beatles "Michelle"
Al Jarreau "We're In This Love Together"
Kenny G "Morining"

Booker T & the M.G.'s "Eleanor Rigby"
dancing Fantasy "Seasons"

Earth Wind & Fire "September"
Hiroshima "Sup Poze"
Xavier Cugat "Peanut Vendor"
Marta Gomez "La Ronda (Pan y Canela)"
Antonio Carlos Jobim "Wave"

Steve Elson "Remember This"
Brooke Campbell "Sugar Spoon"

Wages of Sin "Drunkards Prayer"
The Cabineers "Juneau Drinking Song"
Neil Fox "She Got Too Big For Her Body"
Ellen Buckstall "Is It Hot in Hear, or is it Me"

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Afternoon Classics, Tuesday, April 14, 2009

On this beautiful spring day (really) the music will reflect, somewhat, the fact that the Alaska Folk Festival is in full swing here in Juneau. So there will be a little music reflecting that throughout the program.
To begin:
Boccherini: Oboe Quintet in G, Op. 45, No. 1, Sarah Francis on the Oboe, the Allegri String Quartet accompanying.
Brahms: Variations on a Theme of Haydn, Yoel Levi and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.
Dvorak: Bagatelles for 2 violins, cello and harmonium, Op. 47, Howard Davis & Peter Pople - violins, David Smith - cello, Virginia Black harmonium.
Shostakovich: Symphony No. 10 in E minor, Paavo Jarvi and the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. This is a new release from Telarc.
Dexter: Siciliano, Ernest Tomlinson & the RTE Concert Orchestra
Moravec: Cool Fire, members of the Bridgehampton Chamber Ensemble.
Duarte: Joan Baez Suite, Sharon Isbin - guitar.
Tveitt: Concerto No. 2 for Hardanger fiddle, Op. 252, Arve Moen Bergset - fiddle, Ole Kristian Ruud, Stavanger Symphony Orchestra.
Milhaud: Concerto for Harp, Op. 323, Frederique Cambreling - harp, Kent Nagano, Orchestre de L'Opera de Lyon.
Dvorak: Sonatina, Op. 100, Bohuslav Matousek - violin, Petr Ademec - piano.

Tues. AM CC with Katie B. The Folkfest Edition

Alaska Folk Festival Website:

The Be Good Tanyas
The Littlest Birds
Blue Horse

Mudlark (Katie Henry, Laura Sandage,Ray Frank)
When Loves Comes Home

AK FF Perf:
Wed. 4-15
9:45 Katie Henry • Davis, California
New songs for old friends.

Lucinda Williams
Car Wheels on a Gravel Road
Title Track

Pat Fitzgerald
Calling Fairbanks Collect
Wild Harvest

Robin Dale Ford
Hangin by a Wire
Ain't that Skipping and Flyin'

Johnny Cash
When it's Springtime in Alaska
House of Cash
2006 Release

Panhandle Crabgrass Revival Band
I've Endured
Rolling Six

Sean Tracy and Maridon Boario
Sunday Mornin'

AK FF Performance Thurs. 4-16
7:45 Sean Tracey & The Splinter Pickers • Juneau, Alaska
Sean Tracey, Maridon Boario, Eric Graves, Andrew Heist
Unreleased original country music and some old favorites.

Hazel Dickens and Alice Gerrard
pioneering women of bluegrass
Darling Nellie
Rel. 1996
Smithsonian Folkways

Collette Costa
Wide Blue World (Martha Stey)
You Can't Blame a Girl

AK FF Wed. 4-15, 8 p.m.

Costa’s Rotten Greasetrap Rounders • Juneau, Alaska
Collette C., Mack Daddy Al M., Robert "Capitol Records Forever" Cohen, Slappin' C Good, The Horn Swagglers: Mikey S., Big Doug, & Loosey Bucy, and the return of the Bohunks!
Outta money? No problem! Outta work? Don't worry! Outta luck? Not anymore!! Welcome to the New Depression! We'll provide everything needed for a new lease on life: Hot jazz, hot horns, and hot dancing dames with their glorious gams! It'll be the bees knees, ballin' the jack Daddy-o!

Buddy Tabor
Poets, Thieves. Liars
Earth and the Sky

AK FF Performance: Wed. 4-15
10:00 Buddy Tabor • Juneau, Alaska
Same as before, same as before.

Robin Hopper
Land of My Dreams
North Country Living

AK FF Performance Fri. 4-17
9:00 Robin Hopper • Chugiak, Alaska
Robin’s music will have you chuckling one moment, then reaching for your Kleenex the next…

Ole Belle Reed
High on a Mountain
Douglas Ramblers Listening Mix

Eugene Bridges
Aint Got Time

The Grascals
Leavin' Heavy on My Mind

Interview and Picking with Jeremy Kane-banjo and Andrew Heist-mandolin
of Great Alaska Bluegrass Band

Clench Mountain Backstep
Ralph Stanley

Long Journey Home
Doc Watson and David Grisman

Rolling Rubber Wheels
Stanley Brothers

Mandolin Traditional

Flatt and Scruggs
Salty Dog Blues
Little Maggie

Juneau Drinking Song
Songs from Alaska

Guests Playing at FF:

Great Alaska Bluegrass Band
Red Dog Saloon, Thurs. April 16 9 p.m.

AK FF Perf: 7:45 Thurs. April 17
Sean Tracy and the Splinter Pickers
(Andrew Heist on Mandolin)

Alison Tazlina Mapes with Clark County
AK FF Perf: 7:30 p.m. Fri April 17

AK FF : Great Alaska Bluegrass Band
Sat. April 18, 9:00 p.m.

35th Annual Folkfest Concert Schedule:

Cafe' Ole' with Conrad 4-14-2009

SpiroGyra "Morning Dance"
Donald Fagan "Ruby Baby"
Larry Coryell "Ring around the Moon"

Chris Issac "Wicked Game"
Larry Carlton "Minute By Minute"
Eric Gale "East End, West End"

Brian Krineck "Smooth Summer"
Sade "Smooth Operator"
Madeleine Peyroux "Instead"

Beatles "I've Just Seen A Face"

Donald Fagan "Trans Island Highway"

Herb Alpert "Mexican Shuffle"

Eddie Harris & Les McCann "Cold Duck Time"

Dancing Fantasy "Take 5"

Don Henley "In a N.Y. Minute"

Avline Ava "Le Puer"

Bob Dylan "Spirit on the Water"

The Temptations "Just my Imagination"

Monday, April 13, 2009

Cafe Ole' with Conrad Villegas for Mon 4/13/09

Welcome to Juneau's 35th annual Alaska Folk Festival carried live by KRNN-FM...Greetings to all our guests, musicians, attendees, friends, neighbors and families.... For information on any event or venue in Your Capital City everyday, just give us a call 586-1212...

Neil Young "Out On the Week-End" (Haarvest)

Jack Hardy "Forget Me Not' (Greenwhich Folk Fest)

Bob Dylan "Sad Eyed Lady of the Lowlands" (Blonde on Blonde)

Peter, Paul & Mary "Don't Think Twice, It's Alright" (Hits)

De Temps Antan "C'est Ben Dommage" (A' L'ane'e)

Tania Libertad "Anda Mariado" (Putamayo)

Steven Stills "Johnny's Garden" (Best Of )

Szabo Garbor "Breezin" (...)

Antonio Carlos Jobim "Black Orpheus" (Composer)

Freddie Hubbard "Up Jumped Spring" (Jazz 96)

Joni Mitchell "Help Me"

Gnarls Barkley (Crazy)

John Maher "Waiting on the World"

John Legend "Save Room"

Max Bennet Band "San Francisco" (People & Places)

Dancing Fantasy "Asian Fantasy" (Soundscapes)

Matt Finley "There You Are" (Brazilian Wish)

Sunday, April 12, 2009

Take Five: Calling all Demons installment

Intro lost in the workings of an outdated version of windows exploder. Take a look at the playlist here,

We Like Kids! - 4/12/09

Bunny Hop - James Coffey
Wascawy Wabbit - Lois La Fond
Merrie Melodies Theme - TV's Greatest Hits
Good Luck Charm - Buggs Bunny & Elmer Fudd

Peter Cottontail - Greg & Steve
Rabbit's Hole - Heather Forest
Rabbit & Otter - Little Kids Rock
Cathy & Marcy - Mr. Rabbit

Babies & Bunnies - Dave Kinnoin
The Tiger's Minister of State - Marcia Lane
The Rabbit & the Turtle - Billy Gorilly

Friendship Train - Jim Valley
15 Wheels on a Big Rig - Trout Fishing in America
I Am a Pizza - Peter Alsop
Down By The Sea - Red Grammer
Dinosaur Choir - Bonnie Phipps
I Love You Too - Ziggy Marley
The Good Little Girl - Phil Woods

Saturday, April 11, 2009

Saturday Sunrise 4/11

Saturday Sunrise - John Gaguine


Bob Dylan - Shelter from the Storm, Buckets of Rain (both from his second magnum opus, 1974's Blood on the Tracks)

Three cuts from A Nod to Bob - An Artist's Tribute to Bob Dylan on his 60th Birthday
Eliza Gilkyson - Love Minus Zero/No Limit
John Gorka - Girl of the North Country
Rosalie Sorrels - Tomorrow Is a Long Time

John Prine - Paradise ("Daddy, won't you take me back to Muhlenberg County . . .") (dedicated to the five Neandrethals on our City Assembly who actually voted to ask Congress not to ban mountaintop removal mining, a grossly destructive coal mining technique in Appalachia, because they thought it would somehow impact the Kensington mine); Hello in There; Angel from Montgomery (w/ Bonnie Raitt)

Linda Ronstadt - Walk On, After the Gold Rush (Neil Young) (both from her 1995 CD Feels Like Home); Willing; Some of Shelly's Blues (with the Stone Poneys, the group that brought her to prominence back in the late 1960s, with Different Drum)

Jackson Browne - Take It Easy, Colors of the Sun, These Days (all from his 1973 CD For Everyman)

Queen - We Are the Champions (dedicated to all the folks who made the pledge drive successful)
Bachman-Turner Overdrive - You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet
The Who - Summertime Blues
The Guess Who - No Time

Otis Redding - Change Gonna Come (Sam Cooke), I've Been Loving You Too Long, Respect (both live in Europe, 3/67)

Neil Young, featuring Chryssie Hynde - All Along the Watchtower (Dylan)


Ambient Groove -- April 11, 2009

Playlist for April 11, 2009

Set 1:

Relax, Mind Body Spirit
Pool of Serenity, Kavin Hoo
Rest Your Mind, Fridrik Karlsson

Set 2:

Destination, Michelle Ippolito
Terra Rising, Dan Hocott
Butterfly Returns, Lauren Mary Longo
Eternity, Guy Matthews
Grace, Bobby Charles

Set 3:

Improbable Landscape, Tim Story
A Voice Through the Door, Rob Silvan (featuring vocalist Megan Sullivan, poetry by Rumi)
Silver Sands, Jens Gad
The Heart of Oneness, Gregory Barrette

Set 4:

New Beginnings, David Sun
Beloved, Ann Licater
Bells, Derek Jones
Pastorale, Tingstad & Rumbel

Set 5:

The Rain is Pouring, Alex de Grassi
Chasing the Sun, Peter Kater & Dominic Miller
In the Hands of Love, Ottmar Liebert & Luna Negra
Soul Serenade, Matthew Montfort

Set 6:

Serenity, Ola Gjeilo
Song Phonique, Fiona Joy Hawkins
Rain/Dance, George Winston

Thursday, April 9, 2009

Afternoon Classics, Thursday, April 9, 2009

As we continue with our pledge drive our retrospective of the music that has been played in the past six months continues also. There are any number of favorites out there, at least as many as there are listeners, yet we will try to get as many in as possible, each year has its number ones and they are the ones that can stand much repitition.
Grieg: Peer Gynt Suite No. 2, Raymond Leppard conducting the English Chamber Orchestra.
Ravel: Piano Concerto in G for the Left Hand, Michele Campanella - piano, Ginluigi Gelmetti conducting the Radio Symphony Orchestra, Stuttgart.
Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue, Andre Previn at the piano and conducting the London Symphony Orchestra.
Milhaud: Le Boeuf sur le toit, Op. 58, Kent Nagano and the Orchestre de L'Opera de Lyon.
Rozsa: Sinfonia Concertante, Op. 29, Gregor Piatigorsky - cello and leading a Chamber Orchstra.
Beethoven: Trio No. 11 in G minor, Op. 121a, The Beaux Arts Trio.
Brahms: Five Gesange, Thomas Quasthof - baritone, Justus Zeyen - piano.
Shostakovich: Concerto No. 1 for Piano, Trumpet and Orchestra, Op. 35, Yefim Bronfman - piano, Thomas Stevens - trumpet, Esa-Pekka Salonen conducting the Los Angeles Philharmonic.
Bizet: Carmen Suite No. 2, Eugene Ormandy conducting the Philadelphia Orchestra.
Bernstein: Prelude, fugue and riffs (1955), Bernstein conducting the Columbia Jazz Combo.

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Afternoon Classics, Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Well, another day of the pledge drive and the focus today is on new members. So check out those around you and see if there isn't someone who has been surreptitiously listening to Afternoon Classics that is not a member! Get them to call now and sign up!
Haydn: Symphony No. 80 in D minor, Hob. I:80, the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra.
Diamond: Concerto for Small Orchestra, Gerard Schwarz conducting the New York Chamber Symphony.
Rachmaninov: Elegiac Trio No. 1 in G minor, Op. posth., The Borodin Trio.
Korngold: Violin Concerto in D, Op. 35, Jascha Heifitz - violin, The Los Angeles Philharmonic under the baton of Alfred Wallenstein.
Hindemith: Nobilssima visione - Suite, Herbert Blomstedt, San Francisco Symphony.
Bartok: Divertimento, Sz 113, for String Orchestra, Pierre Boulez & the Strings of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
Griffes: The Pleasure Dome of Kubla Khan, JoAnn Falleta & the Buffalo Symphony Orchestra.
Ketelby: In the Distant Land of Egypt, Eric Rogers conducting the Royal Philharmonic.
Stravinsky: Ebony Concerto (1945), Benny Goodman - clarinet, Columbia Jazz Combo, Igor Stravinsky conducting.
Diamond: Concert piece for Orchestra, Gerard Schwarz & the Seattle Symphony Orchestra.
Dvorak: String Quintet in E flat major, Op. 97, The Stamitz Quartet with Jan Talich on viola #2.

Afternoon Classics - Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Pledge breaks are always such fun! Really, it is a time for creative programming and chatter, it takes a lot to let people know about how we need their support. The creative programming for this break is to do a retrospective of the past 6 months of programs. So here we go:
Nagao:  Lovers on a Celestial Sphere (2006), Kenneth Tse &l Nobuya Sagawa - Saxophones.
Sargon:  Homage to Hafiz, Erin Hannegin - oboe, Simon Sargon - piano.
Griffes:  Poem for flute and orchestra, Carol Wincene - flute, Joann Falleta conducting the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra.
Gould:   Derivations for Clarinet and band, Benny Goodman - clarinet, Morton Gould leading the Columbia Jazz Combo.
Hindemith:  Symphonic Metamorphoses on a Theme of Carl Maria von Weber, Herbert Blomstedt conducting the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra. Part of the fun of this piece is its name which is almost as long as the music!
Haydn:  Symphony No. 22 in E flat, Hob. I:22 "The Philosopher", Sir Adrian Shepherd leading Cantilena.
Villa-Lobos:  Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5, Rene Fleming - soprano and the strings of the New World Symphony.
Bartok:  Dance Suite, Sz 77, Pierre Boulez conducting the Chicago Symphony.
O'Connor:  Strings & Threads Suite, Sharon Isbin - guitar, Mark O'Connor - violin. 
Mendelssohn:  String Symphony No. 5 in B flat, Ross Pople conducting the London Festival Orchestra. 
These are not exactly in the order played. If you need help pleast note that  in the comments which you may add by clicking on the comments location below. 

Wednesday Crosscurrents - 4/8

Wednesday Crosscurrents - John Gaguine

Linda Ronstadt - When Will I Be Loved?

Stones - Satisfaction, Get Off My Cloud, Jumping Jack Flash

Heart - Crazy on You

Pretenders - Middle of the Road

Juice Newton - Queen of Hearts

Jefferson Airplane - Somebody to Love

Janis Joplin (with the Full Tilt Boogie Band) - Half Moon

Bob Dylan - Absolutely Sweet Marie (from the great 1966 album Blonde on Blonde)

Cat Power - Stuck inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again (Dylan, again from Blonde on Blonde)

Grateful Dead - Sitting on Top of the World (from their first album, released 32 years ago today)
Jerry Garcia - Knocking on Heaven's Door (Dylan, from 1982's Run for the Roses)

Quicksilver Messenger Service - Gold and Silver

? and the Mysterians - 96 Tears
Chuck Berry - Johnny B. Goode (which viewers of the classic film Back to the Future know was introduced to Chuck by his cousin Marvin, after Marvin heard it performed by Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox))
Del Shannon - Runaway

Neil Young - Hey Hey My My (Into the Black)

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Tuesday Morning CC with Katie B 4-7-09

Jason Mraz
Make it Mine
We Sing We Dance We Steal Things

Jamie Lidell
Another Day

Indigo Girls
Digging for Your Dream
Poseidon and the Bitter Bug

Nu Chic and Sabbatical
Death by Chocolate

Late Night Radio
Mary Black

Golden Age of Radio
Josh Ritter
Golden Age of Radio

Visit from Deering and Down

Can't Wait
Deering and Down
Break This Record

Xalapa Linda
Rev Neil Down
When a Wrong Turns Right

Not Coming to You
Deering and Down
New Cut
recorded Royal Studios, Memphis, Tennessee

Oh So Good
Deering and Down
Break this Record

Lahna and the Rev's Movie: Romance of Loneliness

She's Talking to You
Rev Neil Down
When a Wrong Turns Right

Bettye LaVette'
First Track
I've Got My Own Hell to Raise

Pictures and Sounds
It's You

Neko Case
People Got a Lot of Nerve

Sun it Rises
Fleet Foxes

I'm Amazed
My Morning Jacket
Evil Urges

Daydream Believer
The Monkees
Greatest Hits
Released 1995

Sunday, April 5, 2009

We Like Kids! - 4/5/09

Singing in the Rain - Maria Muldaur
Don't Step on the Rain - Lisa Atkinson
Raining Cats & Dogs - Norman Foote

Under the Sea - The Little Mermaid Soundtrack
Molly & The Whale/Rubber Blubber Whale - John McCutcheon
Baby Beluga - Raffi

Down at the Sea Hotel - Greg Brown
The Ocean of Love - Ari Frankel
On the Good Ship Lollipop - Persuasions

There's a Hole in the Bottom of the Sea - Red Grammer
The Sailor's Alphabet - David Jones & Bill Shute
Dolphin - Kaleidoscope
At the Codfish Ball - The Chenille Sisters
I Like Fishin' - Mike McDonald
Fishin' Blues - Taj Mahal

Saturday, April 4, 2009

Ambient Groove -- April 3, 2009

Playlist for April 3, 2009

Set 1:

In Exile, Lisa Gerrard
Birth: Becoming, Evan Bartholomew
Following the Call, Ann Licater
Gl'mur, Amiina

Set 2:

Awake to U, Russel Walder
Inspired by a True Story, Frank Smith
I Am the Flow, Jan Cercone & Mark Deutsch
Child King, The Luminous World Orchestra
Confessions, Randell Moore

Set 3:

Prism, Elijah Bossenbroek
Solace 1, Matthew Labarge
Prelude for Feelers, Eluvium
Masterpiece, Joseph Akins

Set 4:

Body & Soul, Shahin & Sepehr
Stolen Moments, Lee Ritenour

Set 5:

And Then I Knew, Dave Koz
Legend of the Mountain, Missa Johnouchi
Sapphire, Najee

Set 6:

Cape Porcupine, Achillea
Heaven Give Me A Sign, John Consemulder

Set 7:

Shine, Ulrich Schnauss
Visiting Spirits, Ron Korb
Parting Clouds, Robert Rich
Ceravalo, David Belmont

Friday, April 3, 2009

Friday Soundings 4/3

Friday Soundings - John Gaguine

Nina Simone - I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel to Be Free, I Want a Little Sugar in My Bowl (Simone), I Shall Be Released (Dylan), Gin House Blues

Chet Baker - Heather on the Hill (Lerner/Loewe)
Miles Davis - Concierto de Aranjuez - Adagio movement (Joaquin Rodrigo; arranged and orchestrated by Gil Evans; from the legendary Sketches of Spain album)

Fillmore Slim - Trapped by the Devil, She Don't Love Me (both written by Slim)

Gerry Mulligan - Anthem (Mulligan)
Lin Halliday - Corcovado (Antonio Carlos Jobim)

Magic Slim and the Teardrops - Still a Fool (Muddy Waters), I Don't Believe You Baby (Slim)

Chris Taylor - Children Need a Song to Sing (Taylor)

Diana Krall - Let's Face the Music and Dance (Irving Berlin), I've Got the World on a String (Koehler/Arlen)

Stephen Stills/Al Kooper - from the great 1968 Supersessions album - Season of the Witch (Donovan)

Thursday, April 2, 2009

Friends & Neighbors 4/1/09

This year, the show's Wednesday night fell on April first, so the playlist was full of humor.

Here are some favorites:
April Fool (3:32), John McCutcheon's Four Seasons: Springsongs

Forsythia. Forsythia on The Pink One by Lou & Peter Berryman

"The Washboard Sleeps Tonight" {4:00}. Washboard Jungle (#002)

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Stormy Weather

Isaac Hayes - Theme from Shaft from Shaft Soundtrack

Gallus Bros. - Miss a LilMiss from Hello Neighbor

Leon Russell - Hummingbird from Retrospective

Leon Russell - Lady Blue from Retrospective

Waterboys - Bigger Picture from Room to Roam

Waterboys - A Man is In Love from Room to Roam

Junior Brown - Hong Kong Blues from Semi Crazy

Cowboy Junkies - He Will Call You Baby from One Soul Now

Cowboy Junkies - Simon Keeper from One Soul Now

James Hand - Baby Baby Don't Tell Me That from The Truth Will Set You Free

James Hand - In The Corner At the Table by the Jukebox from The Truth Will Set You Free

The Waterboys - Old England from This is the Sea

Purie Prairie League I'll Change Your Flat Tire Merle - from Two Lane Highway

Hollies - Long Cool Woman in A Black Dress from The Hollies 30th Anniversay Collection

Hollies - Long Dark Road from The Hollies 30th Anniversay Collection

Neko Case - Deep Red Bells from Blacklisted

Neko Case - Outro with Bees from Blacklisted

Neko Case - Look for Me I'll Be Around from Blacklisted

Neko Case - Stinging Velvet from Blacklisted

Neko Case - Pretty Girls from Blacklisted

Neko Case - I Missed the Point from Blacklisted

Neko Case - Blacklisted from Blacklisted

Neko Case - I Wish I Was the Moon from Blacklisted

Neko Case - Runnin Out of Fools from Blacklisted

Devil in a Woodpile - Wrong Woman from Division Street

Texas Rubies - That Truck from For A Life of Sin (Bloodshot Records Compilation)

The Bottle Rockets - Every Kinda Everything from For A Life of Sin (Bloodshot Records Compilation)

Cowboy Junkies - One Soul from One Soul

Buddy Tabor - Jubilee

Buddy Tabor - Jesus Loves Me More Than He Loves You

John Prine - In Spite of Ourselves from - In Spite of Ourselves

Afternoon Classics, Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Time flies when you are having fun! Here it is April and a beautiful spring day - with 2 inches of new snow on the ground! Mother Nature played the April Fool joke today. To begin with then here is one of Eugene Yasaye's Violin Sonatas.
Sonata for solo violin in E minor, Op. 27 Thomas Zehtmair performing on the violin.
The birthday boy for today (almost as bad as Rossini's Feb 29th birthday) is Sergei Rachmaninov. Here are two of his works, one famous,the other almost unknown.
Piano Concerto in C minor No. 2, Artur Rubenstein - piano, Fritz Reiner & the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
The Rock - Symphonic Fantasy, Gennady Rozhdenstvensky, Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra.
Violin Concerto No. 2 (1947) Ilkka Talvi - violin, Gerard Schwarz and the Seattle Symphony Orchestra.
In a Chinese Temple Garden, The Royal Philharmonic led by Eric Rogers.
Johannes Brahms "Ein Deutches Requiem" will be the featured work at the performances of the Juneau Symphony this weekend. To lear more about Brahms "Requiem" come to the concert an hour early and Maestro Pickett will fill you in!
Ein Deutsches Requiem, James Levine conducts the Boston Symphony Orchestra and the Tanglewood Chorus.
Piano Concerto in A minor, Leif Ove Andsnes at the piano, Dimitry Kitayenko conducting the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra.
See you next week!

Wednesday Soundings 4-1-09

Spring, Jump, Bounce, any thing you want to call it:

Ella & Louis--April in Paris
Benny Goodman--Swingtime in the Rockies
Frank Sinatra--You Make Me Feel So Young w/ Charles Aznavour
Billie Holiday--Some Other Spring
Louis Prima--Jump, Jive & Wail

Koko Taylor--Jump for Joy
Johnny Winter--Jumpin' Jack Flash (OOppps! played E.Z. Rider instead.)
Coleman Hawkins--The World is Waiting For the Sunrise
William "Count" Basie--One O'clock Jump
Ben Webster--The Jeep's Jumping

Etta James-- Jump Into my Fire
Duke Robillard--Junpin' With Duke
Miles Davis--Springsville
Louis Prima-- I've Got the World on a String
Duke Ellington--Tippi-toeing Through The Garden Jungle
Duke Robillard--Bounce for Billie

Johnny Winter--Jumpin Jack Flash (Really)
James Cotton--Cotton Jump Boogie
Duke Robillard--Jump the Blues for You

Miles Davis--If I Were a Bell
Muddy Waters--Muddy Jumps One

Holy Cow! I'm exhausted. All that springing and jumping. Taking next week off Talk to you in two. Take it light. Mie.

wednesday crosscurrents 4/1

Weds Crosscurrents - John Gaguine

The Who - Baba O'Riley

J Geils Band - Looking for a Love, Homework (Otis Rush), Gonna Find Me a New Love

Carly Simon - That's the Way I Always Heard It Should Be
Patty Larkin - Tango
David Mallett - Garden Song (inch by inch, row by row . . .)

Al Kooper Set
Kooper/Steve Stills (from Supersession) - It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry (Bob Dylan of course - who else could come up with that title?)
Blues Project (led by Kooper) - I Can't Keep from Crying (Blind Willie Johnson, arranged by Kooper)
Blood, Sweat and Tears, from their first (and best) album - the only one with Kooper - Just One Smile (Randy Newman)

Jennifer Warnes - I Know a Heartache When I See One, Coming Back to You (Leonard Cohen), Sign in the Window (Dylan)

Neil Young - Harvest Moon, Birds, From Hank to Hendrix

Michael Bloomfield - I've Got You in the Palm of My Hand, Got My Mojo Working (Muddy Waters), Born in Chicago (with Butterfield Blues Band) (Nick Gravenites), It Takes Time (Otis Rush, Willie Dixon)

Joan Baez - Freight Train (Eliz. Cotton), Don't Make Promises (Tim Hardin), Deportee (Plane Wreck at Los Gatos) (Woody Guthrie)

The Band, with Muddy Waters, Pinetop Perkins and Paul Butterfield - from their final concert, the Last Waltz concert in SF, 1976- Caledonia

The Who - Won't Get Fooled Again (for April Fools Day)