Monday, August 31, 2009

A Little Bit of Broadway

Sunday, August 30, 2009

Leader of the Pack

A “jukebox musical” before the term was invented, Leader of the Pack is the story of pop music singer, songwriter and record producer Ellie Greenwich (10/23/1940 – 8/26/2009). Debuting in 1984, this musical tells of story of her life through her songs, which includes many of the major doo-wop hits of early 1960’s - The Ronettes, The Crystals, Neil Diamond, Manfred Mann, The Shangri-Las, The Raindrops, Tommy James & the Shondells, Bob B. Soxx & the Blue Jeans, Darlene Love, Lesley Gore, Connie Francis, Ike and Tina Turner, just to name a few. The show itself had its problems, but the music was never considered one of them!

Act I
• Be My Baby
• Wait 'til My Bobby Gets Home
• A . . . My Name Is Ellie
• Jivette Boogie Beat
• Why Do Lovers Break Each Other's Hearts
• Today I Met the Boy I'm Gonna Marry
• I Wanna Love Him So Bad
• Do Wah Diddy
• And Then He Kissed Me
• Hanky Panky
• Not Too Young To Get Married
• Chapel Of Love
• The Songwriter's Medley

Act II
• Baby I Love You
• Leader of the Pack
• Look of Love
• Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)
• I Can Hear Music
• Rock of Rages
• Keep It Confidential
• Da Doo Ron Ron
• What a Guy
• Maybe I Know
• River Deep, Mountain High
• We're Gonna Make It After All

Music: Ellie Greenwich
Lyrics: Ellie Greenwich, Jeff Barry, Phil Spector, Shadow Morton, Jeff Kent, Ellen Foley
Book: Anne Beatts
Basis: The life of Ellie Greenwich
Productions: 1984 Off-Broadway
1985 Broadway

Dinah Manoff
Patrick Cassidy
Jasmine Guy
Annie Golden
Darlene Love
Ellie Greenwich

Sunday, August 30, 2009

We Like Kids! - 8-30-09

Ain't Nobody Here But Us Chickens - Eric Nagler
Chasin' After Chickens - Dennis Caraher
C-H-I-C-K-E-N by Kathy Kallick
The Little Red Hen - Tavis Gilbert/Plain Tales
I Had a Rooster - John Lithgow
Barnyard Boogie - Red Grammer
Bolits De Arroz con Pollo - Jose Conda & Ola Fresca
Pollito/Chicken - Hot Peas 'n Butter
Fist Day of School - Imagination Movers
Cool in School - Bill Harley
Don't Run in the Hall - Marla Lewis
I'm Not Made for Homework - Jim O'Grady
I've Got Imagination - Rachel Sumner
Imagine That! - Monty Harper
Pure Imagination - Michael Feinstein

Saturday, August 29, 2009


1. ARTIST: Pat Metheny Group
SONG: Introduction & When We Were Free
ALBUM: Quartet, Geffen Records, 1992

2. ARTIST:Gary Burton & Friends
ALBUM: Six Pack

3. ARTIST: Scott Cossu
SONG: Sakura
ALBUM: When Spirits Fly Again.

4. ARTIST: Marty Fogel
SONG: Zavana
ALBUM: Many Bobbing Heads, at last ...

. ARTIST: The Stanley Clarke Trip
SONG: Sakura
ALBUM: Jazz in the Garden.

6. ARTIST: Choi Woo Joon
SONG: Waltzfora
ALBUM: Saza's Groove

7.ARTIST: Al Di Meola
SONG:Beijing Demons
ALBUM: Tirami Su

8. ARTIST: Kenji Omae Quartet
SONG: Here for Now
ALBUM: Here for Now.

9.ARTIST: Mart Fogel
SONG: Never Said Goodbye
ALBUM: Many Bobbing hears, at last ...

8 p.m.
10. ARTIST: Michel Petrucciani
SONG:September Second
ALBUM: Trio in Tokyo

11. ARTIST: Michel Petrucciani
SONG: Cantabile
ALBUM: Trio in Tokyo

12. ARTIST: Lin Halliday
SONG: Where or When
ALBUM: Where or When.

13. ARTIST:Lin Halliday with Ira William
SONG: Over the Rainbow
SONG: Where or When.

14. ARTIST: The Sonny Constanzo Jazz Orchestra
SONG:Autumn in New York
ALBUM: Live at Qinnipiac College.

15. ARTIST: The Bad Plus
SONG: Everybody Wants to Rule the World
ALBUM: Prog.

16.ARTIST: Larry Coryell
SONG: A Sketch of Spain.
ALBUM: Sketches of Coryell.

17.ARTIST: The Jazz Network
SONG: Someday My Prince Will Come
ALBUM: Beauty & The Beast.

18. ARTIST: Larry Coryell
SONG: Ring Around the Moon.
ALBUM: Sketches of Coryell.

19. ARTIST: Luminescent Orchestrii
SONG: Nasty Tasty
ALBUM: Neptune's Daughter.

9 p.m.

Saturday Sunrise 08/29/2009

Rainy Days and Mondays - The Carpenters
Nights in White Satin - Moody Blues
Lucky Man - Emerson Lake and Palmer
Sweet Baby James - James Taylor
Fire and Rain - James Taylor
Rocket Man - Elton John
The Long and Winding Road - The Beatles
Let it Be - The Beatles
Don't Let Me Down - The Beatles
Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters - Elton John
Desperado - Linda Ronstadt
Not Pretty Enough - Kasey Chambers
On a Bad Day - Kasey Chambers
WOLD - Harry Chapin
Deep Red Bells - Neko Case
Somethin about a Mandolin - Jimmy Buffet
Outro with Bees - Neko Case
Unspoken Words - Moonalice Band
I'm Glad You Think So - Moonalice Band
Blink of an Eye - Moonalice Band
Lights - Journey
Yesterday's Makeup - Michelle Malone
Debris - Michelle Malone
Undertow - Michelle Malone
Marked - Michelle Malone

Ambient Groove -- August 29, 2009

Playlist for Saturday, August 29th

Set 1 from Mind Body Spirit

Set 2 from Wonder by Paul Lawler and Paul Speer
Chaco Vox feat. Satine Orient

Set 3 from Donald Quan
Into the Garden

Set 4 from Voices by Yanni
Almost a Whisper feat. Nathan Pacheco
Set Me Free feat. Chloe
Ritual de Amor feat. Ender Thomas

Set 5
Deep at Night, Alex de Grassi
Sunday on the Violet Sea, David Torn
If I Needed Someone, Michael Hedges
Selene, Michael Manning

Set 6

Song of the Nymphs, Madoka Nakadai
Soul Retrieval Pt. 2, Artful Touch
Nocturne, Chris Bocast & MJ Catalin
In the Mist, Beth Green
Zodiac Dust, Loop 2.4.3
To a Wild Rose, Gregg Nestor & Dominik Hauser

Thursday, August 27, 2009

Afternoon Classics - Thursday, August 27, 2009

Well, today is much better, except for the heavy rain early in the day.We shall have more of the music from the Crossound 2009 production forthcoming. Also we have some interesting birthdays so I hope you enjoy.

Symphony No. 64, Hob I:64 of Franz Joseph Haydn with Thomas Fey conducting the Schlierbacher Kammerorchester. The added title to this is "temporua mutantur" which connects it with the birthday today of Georg Friedrich Hegel.
Sonata No. 4 of John Field performed a the piano by John O'Conor.
London Suite Eric Coate the composer and conducting an unknown orchestra.
4 4 Tango by an unknown composer performed by The United Berlin String Quartet.
Tango Ballet by an unknown composer played by The United Berlin String Quartet
Penglai for orchestra (1978) by Hwang-long Pan. Matthias Hermann conducting the National Symphony Orchestra of Taiwan.
Yijing by Hwang-long Pan performed by unstated Taiwan artists.
Piano Trio of Rebecca Clarke played by The Newstead Trio.
Orchestra Symphony No. 2 in E minor "The California Missions" Meredith Willson, William T. Stromberg and the Moscow Symphony Orchestra.
Cinderella - A Phantasy by Eric Coates. Eric Coates conducting an unknown orchestra.
Piano Quartet No. 1 in C minor, Op. 15 of Gabriel Faure. Emmanuel Ax - piano, Isaac Stern - violin, Jaime Laredo - viola, Yo-Yo Ma - cello.

Afternoon Classics - Wednesday, August 26, 2009

This was an exciting program with power outages and unexpected guests. Never did get the server to respond after the power outage for posting the playlist so it is a day late. In spite of that here is the music:
Oboe Quintet in D, Op. 45, No. 3 of Luigi Boccherini. Sarah Francis - oboe with the Allegri String Quartet.
Symphony No. 101 in D, "The Clock" by Franz Joseph Haydn. Sir Charles Mackerras conducting the Orchestra of St. Luke's.
Quartet for Oboe, Violin, Cello & Piano (1947) by Bohuslav Martinu. Joel Marangella - oboe, Charmian Gadd - violin, Alexander Ivashkin - cello, Kathryn Selby - piano.
Cello Sonata No. 5 in D, Op. 102/2 by Ludwig van Beethoven. Performed by Mstislav Rostropovich - cello; Sviatslav Richter - piano.
Quintet for clarinet & strings, Op. 34 of Carl Maria von Weber. Richard Stolzman - clarinet, Tokyo String Quartet.
Symphony No. 2 in D, Op. 73 by Johannes Brahms with Sir Charles Mackerras conducting thre Scottish Chamber Orchestra.
Capriccio on "Jasmine in June" written by Li-Chiung Chang performed by Yi-Chieh Lai on the zheng.
Sonata No. 1 for Viola and Piano (1955) by Bohuslav Martinu. Rainer Moog - viola, Daniel Adni - piano .
Memory of Time (1999) by the Japenese composer Takayoshi Yanagida. Kazuhiko Komatsu conducting The Sapporo Symphony.
Syncopated Clock & Trumpeter's Holiday by Leroy Anderson played during the interview with Rick Trostel and members of the Student Symphony.

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Whoa Kids! Just a few more days until school and what not. So let's play a little bit.

Dizzy Gillespie-In The Land of Oo-bla-dee
Nnenna Freelon-If I Only Had a Brain
Frank Sinatra w/ Charles Aznovour
Thelonious Monk-Epistrophy
Saffire-Tomorrow Ain't Promised
Oscar Brown Jr.-Dat Dere

Louis Prima-Oooh-Dahididily-Dah
Ella Fitzgerald-Mack The Knife
Mandy Patinkin-Doodle Doo Doo Medley
Blossom Dearie-Doop-Doo-De-Doop
Bobby McFerrin-Moondance
Dr. John-Accentuiate the Positive

Ella Fitzgerald-Old McDonald
Tony Bennett-Keep Smiling at Trouble
Terence Blanchard-Child's Play
Billie Holiday-When You're Smiling
James Johnston-Jingles
Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong-Let's Call the Whole Thing Off
Yo-Yo Ma & Bobby McFerrin-Flight of the Bumble Bee/Stars
Louis Prima-I'll Be Glad When You're Dead You Rascle You
Charlie Parker-La Cucaracha
Bing Crosby & The Andrew Sisters-Don't Fence Me In
Ella Fitzgerald-Hernando's Hide-a-way
Louis Jordan-Ain't Nobody Here But us Chickens
Louis Prima w/ Sam Butera-There'll Be No Next Time
Oscar Peterson w/ Clark Terry-Mumbles
Dizzy Gillespie-Jump Did-le Ba
Louis Armstrong-What a Wonderful World

Wednesday Crosscurrents 8/26

Hosts - John Gaguine and Mike Godkin

Today's theme is great covers.

Joe Cocker - With a Little Help from My Friends (cover of the Beatles)

Linda Ronstadt - Many Rivers to Cross (cover of Jimmy Cliff), That'll Be the Day (cover of Buddy Holly), I Will Always Love (cover of Dolly Parton)

Bob Dylan covers:
Richie Havens - Just Like a Woman
Peter, Paul and Mary - Blowing in the Wind
Pretenders - Forever Young

Beatles covers:
Judy Collins - In My Life
Richie Havens - Eleanor Rigby, She's Leaving Home

Joan Baez - The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down (cover of The Band)

John Fogerty (with Bruce Springsteen) - When Will I Be Loved? (cover of the Everly Bros.)

Covers that were huge hits of songs where the originals were also hits:
Jose Feliciano - Light My Life (The Doors)
Aretha Franklin - Respect (Otis Redding)
Ike and Tina Turner - Proud Mary (Creedence Clearwater Revival)

Three great Johnny Cash covers from late in his illustrious career
I Won't Back Down (Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers)
Solitary Man (Neil Diamond)
Hurt (Nine-Inch Nails)

A non-cover request - Don McLean, American Pie

Two great covers chosen by Mike:
Jimmy Cliff - I Can See Clearly Now (cover of Johnny Nash)
Kim Wilde - You Keep Me Hanging On (cover of Diana Ross and the Supremes)

Leon Russell - from 1971's Concert for Bangladesh - Jumpin' Jack Flash (cover of the Stones)

Creedence Clearwater Revival - Heard It through the Grapevine (cover of Marvin Gaye; also done by Gladys Knight and the Pips)

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Afternoon Classics - Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Hello again, after a week off is is good to be back. We will duly celebrate the birthday of Leonard Bernstein who was born on this date in 1918. He is the quintessential master of American music and arguable America's greatest composer/conductor/performer/teacher of music. So here is the music:
Overture to "Candide"Leonard Bernstein conducting the London Symphony Orchestra.
Chichester Psalms with Michael Pearce - treble, King's Choir of Cambridge, soloists: Peter Barley - organ, Rachel Masters - harp; David Corkhill - percussion
Symphonic Suite from the film "On the Waterfront" Leonard Bernstein conducting the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
"Gee, Officer Krupke!" from "West Side Story" Leonard Bernstein conducting a Studio orchestra
Symphony No. 1 "Jeremiah James Judd conducting the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra
Symphonic Dances from "West Side Story" Leonard Bernstein conducting the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra
"Times Square" from "On the Town" as above.
Prelude, fugue and riffs (1955) Leonard Bernstein at the piano and leading the Columbia Jazz Combo
Concerto for Orchestra - "Jubilee Games" by Leonard Bernstein, James Judd conducting the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra
Pagaini Lost (2008) by Jun Nagao with Kenneth Tse & Nobuya -saxes; Kazuo Murakami - piano
Violin Concerto in D by William Bolcom. Sergiu Luca - violin; Dennis Russel Davies and the American Composers Orchestra
Billy the Kid Suite of Aaron Copland with James Judd leading the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra
Lonely Town from "On the Town" by Leonard Bernstein. Leonard Bernstein conducting the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra

Monday, August 24, 2009

Jazz Tonight -- August 23, 2009

Playlist for Monday, August 24th

Set 1:

Watch What Happens ~ Kyle Asche feat. Melvin Rhyne
Rain Desire ~ Francesco Palmas
Sugar ~ Bing Crosby & Louis Armstrong
Peter's Pop Keeps a Lollipop Shop ~ Ambrose
Jeep's Blues ~ Alice Babs

Set 2:

That's All ~ Andy Martin w/ Christian Jacob Trio
Chez Cool ~ Andrew Neu feat. Chuch Loeb
Sly Eyes ~ Chris Lawrence Quartet
April in Paris ~ Charlie Parker
Groovy Samba ~ Connonball Adderly & the Bossa Rio
Wave ~ Antonio Carlos Jobim

Set 3:

I Fall in Love Too Easily ~ Andy Martin w/ Christian Jacob Trio
Stormy Weather ~ Della Reese
I'll Make It Up To You ~ The Twisters

Set 4:

Meeting the One ~ David Wells
Coupe de Ville ~ Mike Stern
So It Goes ~ Evening
Sentimental Journey ~ Harry Zimmerman
I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face ~ Tony Bennett & Count Basie

Set 5:

Createaloop ~ The NY Repertory Jazz Orchestra
The Very Thought Of You ~ Chris Botti feat. Paula Cole
Ritmo de Otono ~ Bernie Williams feat. Dave Koz
Baby I'm a Fool ~ Melody Gardot
Soul Progressin' ~ Lafayette Gilchrist
Naima ~ Lionel Loueke feat. Wayne Shorter

Sunday, August 23, 2009

A Little Bit of Broadway

Sister Act
A Divine Musical Comedy

We continue our look at musicals based on Hollywood films – this week, it’s a musical based on the 1992 film Sister Act. Playing right now at the London Palladium, reviews have mixed. Some liked the music – others didn’t. Some thought it was too faithful to the film, others not enough. Since I haven’t seen it, I can’t judge that, but I can say I miss the music of the film. What was a rather sweet fairytale now seems pretty brash. Judge for yourself……

Act I
Take Me To Heaven - Deloris, KT, LaRosa & Backups
Fabulous, baby! - Deloris, KT & LaRosa
Here Within These Walls - Mother Superior & Nuns
How I Got The Calling - Deloris, Mary Patrick, Mary Lazarus, Mary Robert & Nuns
When I Find My Baby - Shank, TJ, Bones, & Dinero
Do The Sacred Mass - Deloris, Mary Patrick, Mary Lazarus, Mary Robert & Barflies
I Could Be That Guy - Eddie & Transients
Raise Your Voice - Deloris, Mary Patrick, Mary Lazarus, Mary Robert & Nuns
Take Me To Heaven (Reprise) - Monsignor Howard, Deloris, Mother Superior, Mary Patrick, Mary Lazarus, Mary Robert, Nuns & Photographers

Act II
Sunday Morning Fever - Monsignor Howard, Deloris, Mother Superior, Eddie, TJ, Bones, Dinero, Nuns & Barflies
Lady In The Long Black Dress - TJ, Bones, & Dinero
Bless Our Show - Deloris, Mary Patrick, Mary Lazarus, Mary Robert & Nuns
Here Within These Walls (Reprise) - Mother Superior
The Life I Never Led - Mary Robert
Fabulous, Baby! (Reprise) - Deloris, Backups & Nuns
Sister Act - Deloris
When I Find My Baby (Reprise) - Shank
The Life I Never Led (Reprise) - Mary Robert
Sister Act (Reprise) - Deloris, Mother Superior, Mary Patrick, Mary Lazarus, Mary Robert & Nuns
Spread The Love Around - Mother Superior, Deloris, Mary Patrick, Mary Lazarus, Mary Robert, Nuns & Altar Boy

Deloris: Patina Miller
Mother Superior: Sheila Hancock
Shank: Chris Jarman
Sister Mary Robert: Katie Rowley Jones
Eddie: Ako Mitchell

Music Alan Menken
Lyrics Glenn Slater
Book Bill and Cherie Steinkellner
Basis 1992 film Sister Act

We Like Kids! - 8-23-09

Big Big World - Bill Harley
Around the World & Back Again - Tom Chapin
'Round The World - Hot Peas 'n Butter
Bolitas de Arroz con Pollo - Jose Conde & Ola Fresca
Steam-Powered Aeroplane - John Hartford
Riding in an Airplane - Raffi
Up Like a Rocket - Ken Whiteley
Rocket - Jim Valley
Goldilox - Sound Safari Theater/The Noise Guy
Macaroni Night - Eve & Mare
Garbage Day - John Jeffrey Hodges
Garbage - Sally Rogers
I Want It Recipe - Milkshake
My Trampoline - Peter Himmelman
Recess Time - Asheba
High Roller - Hullabaloo
Old Dan Tucker - Fox & Branch

Saturday, August 22, 2009

Styx and Stones 8/22/2009

Sweating Honey - Some Kind of Love Song
Sweating Honey - Sweating Honey
Sweating Honey - Bris of a Nation
Hot House Flowers - This is it (your soul)
Hot House Flowers - one tongue
Hot House Flowers - an emotional time
Little Richard - Tutti Frutti
Little Richard - Long Tall Sally
Little Richard - Rip It Up
Traffic - Light Up or Leave Me Alone
Alice Cooper - Under My Wheels
Alice Cooper - Be My Lover
Traffic - Rock and Roll Stew
Isley Brothers - Whos That Lady
Lonnie Mack - Rock and Roll Bones
Lonnie Mack - Tough on Me, Tough on You
Lonnie Mack - Camp Washington Chill
REM- Orange Crush
REM - Imitation of Life

Saturday Sunrise 8/22/2009

Little River Band - Reminiscing
James Taylor - Fire and Rain
Little River Band - Lady
James Taylor - Sweet Baby James
Harry Chapin - Taxi
Van Morrison - Tupelo Honey
Van Morrison - Straight To Your Heart Like a Cannonball
Harry Chapin - Greyhound
Don McClean - Vincent
Harry Chapin - Cats in the Cradle
Joni Mitchell - Chelsea Morning
Joni Mitchell - Big Yellow Taxi
Joni Mitchell - Free Man in Paris
JJ Cale - Don't Cry Sister
JJ Cale - Too Much for Me
JJ Cale - Sensitive Kind
Chris Isaak - Baby Did a Bad Bad Thing
Carole King - You've Got a Friend
Carole King -Where You Lead
Carole King - Will You Love Me Tomorrow?
Carole King - Smackwater Jack
Carole King - Tapestry
Carole King - You Make Me Feel Like a Natural Woman

Ambient Groove -- August 22, 2009

Playlist for Saturday, August 22nd

Set 1:

Star Dreams, Michael Stearns
Romance, Kitaro
Awaken the Dawn, Stanton Lanier
Shining, Peace Orchestra
All Is Always Now, Philip Wilkerson

Set 2:

Opening Sky, Steve Roach
Liquid Air, Robert Rich
Mandala, Marshall Styler

Set 3:

Stone Lantern, Gary Stroutsos
Twilight Garden, Cyril Morin
Shades of Amber, John Adorney
Labyrinth, Scott Huckabay
Distance, Spasenie
Heartwood, Sora

Set 4:

Hecate, Igneaous Flame
I Can See, Jazzanova
Galaxies Fade, Church of Betty

Set 5:

An Alternate Moment, Patrick O'Hearn
Never Leave the Sun, Yanni
Kill Me With Your Love, Yanni & Chloe
Melodia, Johan Johannsson
Transcendence, David Biehl
City Lights Reflection, William Orbit

Set 6:

Falling, Moya Brennan
Wild Child, Enya
Liquid Muse, Sean Harkness

Set 7:

Om Groove, Part 1, Steve Halpern
Walk With Me, Will Ackerman

Thursday, August 20, 2009

Afternoon Classics 8/20

Host - John Gaguine, sitting in again for Mike

Edvard Grieg - Peer Gynt Suite No. 2 (London Festival Orch., Sven Bengston conducting)

Igor Stravinsky - Le Sacre du Printemps (The Rite of Spring), 1947 version (Atlanta Symphony Orch., Yoel Levi conducting)

George Gershwin - Three Preludes (written for piano, adapted for piano trio by Raimundo Penaforte, and performed by the Eroica Trio)

Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov - Scheherazade, Op. 35 (Atlanta Symphony Orch. again, Robert Spano conducting)

Antonin Dvorak - Slavonic Dances, Op. 46, Nos. 7 and 8 (Atlanta Symphony Orch. once again, Yoel Levi conducting)

Manuel DeFalla - Dance from La Vida Breve (John Williams and Timothy Kain, guitars)

Giovanni Gabrielli - Intonation for Organ on the 11th Tone Jubilate Deo (E. Power Biggs, organ; Gregg Smith Singers; Texas Boys Choir; Edward Tarr Brass Ensemble; Vittorio Negri, conducting)

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Afternoon Classics 8/19

Host - John Gaguine, sitting in for Mike Price again

Edward Grieg - Peer Gynt Suite No. 1, Op. 46 (London Festival Orch., Sven Bengtson conducting)

Igor Stravinsky - Pulcinella Suite (1949 version) (Atlanta Symphony Orch., Yoel Levi conducting)

Beethoven - Piano Sonata No. 14, Op. 27/2 ("Moonlight") (Andras Schiff, piano)

Jean Sibelius - The Swan of Tuonela, Op. 22, No. 3; Finlandia, Op. 26, No. 7 (Atlanta Symphony Orch. and Levi again)

Antonin Dvorak - Slavonic Dances, Op. 46, Nos. 4-6 (same orchestra and conductor)

Bela Bartok - Cantana Profana ("The Nine Enchanted Stags"), Sz. 94 (Atlanta Symphony Orch. and Chorus, Robert Shaw conducting)

Giovanni Gabrielli - three canzone from around 1600 (The Philadelphia, Cleveland and Chicago brass ensembles)

Wednesday Soundings 8/19

Host - John Gaguine, sitting in for Mie

Crystal Gayle - Cry Me a River, What'll I Do? (Irving Berlin), Smile (Charlie Chaplin and others), Hallelujah I Love Him So (Ray Charles)

Davis Gaines - Against the Tide, This Nearly Was Mine (Rodgers and Hammerstein, from South Pacific), Ol' Man River (Kern and Hammerstein, from Showboat)

Lin Halliday, tenor sax - All the Things You Are (Jerome Kern), Where or When (Rodgers and Hart)

Ann Austin - Ain't No Use, Lost in Your Eyes (her composition)

Patti Austin - How Can I Be Sure? (pop hit for the Young Rascals in the 60s), Monday Monday (ditto for the Mamas and the Papas)

Grover Washington, Jr., tenor sax - Take Five (Take Another Five), Flamingo

Miles Davis - Solea (from the classic album Sketches of Spain, 1959, arranged by Gil Evans)

Wednesday Crosscurrents 8/19

Joni Mitchell - Night Ride Home, Court and Spark, Big Yellow Taxi, Woodstock

Tom Rush - Tin Angel, The Circle Game
Emmylou Harris - The Magdalene Laundries (from a tribute CD)

Mitchell - Free Man in Paris, Raised on Robbery, Blonde in the Bleachers, Both Sides Now, Cactus Tree

Old and in the Way (Jerry Garcia, Peter Rowan, David Grisman, Vassar Clements, John Kahn) - Midnight Moonlight (Rowan), Orange Blossom Special
Old and in the Grey (Rowan, Grisman, Clements, Herb Petersen, Bryn Bright) - Pancho and Lefty (Townes Van Zandt)

Old/Way - Wild Horses (Jagger/Richards)
Old/Grey - Honky Tonk Women (ditto)

Alison Krauss and Gillian Welch - I'll Fly Away (in sympathy for Gary Lehnhart and family)

Crystal Gayle - Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue, Why Have You Left the One You Left Me for?, Talking in Your Sleep

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers - The Last DJ, Free Fallin', American Girl, Feel a Whole Lot Better (Gene Clark, from the Byrds' first album), Yer So Bad, Won't Back Down

Traveling Wilburys (Tom Petty, Bob Dylan, George Harrison, Roy Orbison, Jeff Lynne) - End of the Line, Tweeter and the Monkey Man

George Harrison - What Is Life?
George Harrison and friends, from 1971's Concert for Bangladesh - It Don't Come Easy (Richard Starkey, aka Ringo Starr), While My Guitar Gently Weeps (Harrison, with Eric Clapton)

Joni Mitchell - Come in from the Cold

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Tues CC with Katie B. 8-18-09

Joni Mitchell
Greatest Hits
Released 1995

Sarah Jarosz
Song Up in Her Head

Harlem Shakes
Technicolor Health

Worst Hickey Ever
Leaving Nothing

Live at Woodstock
Aug.16, 1969

Soul Sacrifice
The Woodstock Experience

Buddy Guy
Stay All Night
Sweet Tea

Passion Pit
To Kingdom Come

Don't You Evah

Bell X1
The Great Defector

Gary Go
Radio Edit

Regina Spektor
The Calculation


Green Cards

Paolo Nutini
Simple Things
Sunnyside Up

Ode to My Family

The Walls are Coming Down

Shawn Mullins
Beautiful Wreck
9th Ward Picking Parlor

Jason Mraz
A Beautiful Mess
We Sing We Dance We Steal Things

Paolo Nutini
Growing Up Beside You
Sunnyside Up

Joshua James
Coal War
Build Me

The Wright Brothers
Lest We Forget
Lest We Forget
Original Soundtrack

Justin Townes Earle
They Killed John Henry
Midnight at the Movies

Townes van Zandt
Dollar Bill Blues
To Live is to Fly
A Far Cry From Dead

More info about much of what I played this morning:

Sunday, August 16, 2009

A Little Bit of Broadway

9 to 5
The Musical

In the “olden” days, Hollywood turned to Broadway for inspiration. A good musical knew they could sell the show to Hollywood – Holly might “improve” the show, but the money was good. However, in the past 10-years, Broadway has turned to Hollywood. The latest entry is the Tony nominated 9 to 5. Filled with great music by Dolly Parton, the musical follows the film pretty faithfully.

Reviews were mixed, mostly feeling that the show had too many big production numbers and that Act 1 was too long. Praise has been unstinting for Dolly Parton’s score. The general consensus is that it’s a pleasant way to spend the evening. But do it soon. 9 to 5 closes September 6.

Act I
9 to 5 — Violet, Doralee, Dwayne, Judy and Ensemble
Around Here — Violet and Ensemble
Here For You — Franklin Hart, Jr.
I Just Might — Judy, Doralee, Violet
Backwoods Barbie — Doralee
The Dance of Death — Judy, Hart and Ensemble
Cowgirl’s Revenge — Doralee, Hart and Ensemble
Potion Notion — Violet, Hart and Ensemble
Joy to the Girls — Judy, Doralee, Violet, Hart, and Ensemble
Heart to Hart — Roz and Ensemble
Shine Like the Sun — Doralee, Judy, Violet

Act II
One of the Boys — Violet and Boys
5 to 9 — Roz
Always a Woman — Hart and Men's Ensemble
Change It — Doralee, Violet, Judy and Ensemble
Let Love Grow — Joe, Violet
Get Out and Stay Out — Judy
Finale: 9 to 5 — Company

Music: Dolly Parton
Lyrics: Dolly Parton
Book: Patricia Resnick (who wrote the film)
Basis: 1980 film Nine to Five

• Allison Janney as Violet Newstead
• Stephanie J. Block as Judy Bernly
• Megan Hilty as Doralee Rhodes
• Marc Kudisch as Franklin Hart, Jr.
• Andy Karl as Joe
• Kathy Fitzgerald as Roz

Find out more!

Here's some songs from films that make it to Broadway:
Flashdance What a feeling -- Flashdance
film 1983, musical 2008
Stayin' Alive -- Saturday Night Fever
film 1977, musical 1998
Footloose -- Footloose
film 1984, musical 1998

There will be more musicals based on films over the next month, including Sister Act and The Toxic Avenger.

Saturday, August 15, 2009

Friends & Neighbors 08/12/09

Summary of what we've broadcast for you in the last month:

Canote Brothers, Great Big Taters on Dogs in the Dishes Clonetone
Rhonda Vincent, Eighth of January on Destination Life Rounder
Crooked Jades, Indian Ate the Woodchuck on Unfortunate Rake 2 Jade Note Music
Resophonics, Little Hazel Jane on Diamonds in the Ground
Resophonics, Bicycle Rider on Last Long Winter
Linzay Young & Joel Savoy, Reel de Coquin on Linzay Young & Joel Savoy Valcour Records
Bonsoir Catin, Mon Amiable Brune on Bonsoir Catin Valcour Records

That last tune is a love song with artichokes in it!

JAZZ BEAT, Aug 15, 2009

JAZZ BEAT, Aug. 15, 2009

1. ARTIST: Miles Davis
SONG: Sanctuary
ALBUM: Bitches Brew

2. ARTIST: Dave Tofani
SONG: I Hear A Rhapsody
ALBUM: Nights At The Inn

3. ARTIST: Mathias Eicke
SONG: Williamsburg
ALBUM: The Door

4. ARTIST: Dewey Redman
ALBUM: In London

5. ARTIST: Miles Davis
SONG: John McLaughlin
ALBUM: Bitches Brew

6. ARTIST: Ricky Magitza
SONG: The Journey

7. ARTIST: Michel Petrucciani
SONG: 'Round Midnight
ALBUM: Date With Time

8. ARTIST: Don Cherry
SONG: Trumpet
ALBUM: MultiKulti

9. ARTIST: Chet Atkins & Les Paul
SONG: It's Been A Long, Long Time.
ALBUM: Chester & Lester

10. ARTIST; Chet Atkins & Les Paul
SONG: Caravan
ALBUM: Chester & Lester

11. ARTIST: Ralph Towner & Gary Burton
SONG: Blue In Green
ALBUM: Slide Show.

12. ARTIST: Stanely Cowell
SONG: Blues for the Viet Cong
ALBUM: Travllin' Man

13. ARTIST: Don Cherry
SONG: Degi-Degi
ALBUM: Brown Rice

14. ARTIST: Pat Metheny/Brad Mehldau
SONG: Fear and Trembling
ALBUM: Quartet

15. ARTIST: Rahsaan Roland Kirk
SONG: Summertime
ALBUM: Warner Archives

16. ARTIST: Henry Mancini
SONG: Blues for Mother's
ALBUM: Music from Peter Gunn

17. ARTIST: Frank Zappa
SONG: Bob In Dacron; First Movement
ALBUM: Strictly Genteel

18. ARTIST: Pat Metheny/Brad Mehldau
SONG: The Sound of Water
ALBUM: Quartet

19ARTIST: Michel Petrucciani
SONG:Memphis Green
ALBUM: Date With Time

20. ARTIST: Jan Garabek
SONG: Witchi-Tai-To
ALBUM: Twelve Moons

JAZZ BEAT, Aug 15, 2009

Mudlark Sampler

Host - Jack Fontanella

Shaking Down the Acorns - Tatiana Hargreaves - Started out to Ramble
Red Rocking Chair - Big Medicine - Pine to Pine
Going Across the Sea - Walt Koken - Hei - Wa Hoedown
Turkey in the Mountains - Garriok & Traynham - Turkey in the Mountains
Lonesome Road Blues - Kevin Fore - The Tradition Continues

Tie Your Dog Sally Gal - Big Medicine - Pine to Pine
Grub Springs - Tatiana Hargreaves - Started Out to Ramble
Room for the Poor - Utah Phillips - All Used Up a Scrapbook

Meet Me in the Moolight - Big Medicine - Pine to Pine
Ship in the Clouds - Garriok & Traynham - Turkey in the Mountains
Who Shot the Rooster - The Macrae Sisters - Old Sledge
Goodnight Loving Trail - Utah Phhillips -Utah Phillips

Josh Thomas' Roustabout - Mike Seeger - Southern Banjo Sounds
Little Maggie - Seeger & Brown - Way Down in North Carolina

Soon in the Morning Babe - Mike Seeger - Southern Banjo Sounds
Oh Death - New Lost City Ramblers - There Ain't No Way Out
Franklin D. Roosevelt's Back Again - New Lost City Ramblers - The Early Years
Weave Room Blues - New Lost City Ramblers - There Ain't No Way Out
No deperssion in Heaven - New Lost City Ramblers - The Early Years
Batlleship Maine - New Lost City Ramblers - There Ain't No Way Out
Cold Water Pledge - New Lost City Ramblers - The Early Years

Big Liza - Kyle Creed w/Emily Spencer - Liberty
Dance All Night with a Bottle in Your Hand - Chance McCoy - Debut
Tennessee Wagoner - Garriok & Traynham - Turkey in the Mountains
Dunbar - Big Medicine - Pine to Pine
Girl from Jericoh - Jones & Bliss - Girl from Jericoh
Molly Put The Kettle On - Gellert & Leftwitch - A Moment in Time
Buiry Me Out on the Lone Prairie - Big Medicine - Pine to Pine

Ain't Gonna Work Tomorrow -Brett Ratliff - Cold Icy Mountain
Leather Breeches - Gellert & Leftwitch - A Moment in Time
Paddy Won't You Drink Some Cider - The Tall Boys
Lord Ellie - Tatiana Hargreaves - Started Out to Ramble
Old Jimmy Sutton - Kevin Fore - The Tradition Continues

Saturday Sunrise - 8 August 2009

Joni Mitchell - Woodstock
Oliver Nelson - Stolen moments
Paula Cole - Autumn leaves
Mario Grigorov - Ice hotel
Anat Cohen - A change is gonna come
Sonny Rollins - Hold 'em Joe
Van Morrison - How long has this been going on?
Les Paul - Nola
Les Paul & Mary Ford - Hummingbird
Dave Frishberg - My attorney Bernie
Kenny Burrell w/ Coleman Hawkins - I thought about you
Barry Cooper & Kris Johnson - In a sentimental mood
Billie Holiday - Mean to me
Duke Robilard - Frankie & Johnny
Dave Frishberg & Rebecca Kilgore - Our love rolls on
Ray Bryant - Con Alma
Linda Ronstat - Mi ranchito
Tito Puente - 3-D Mambo
Tito Puente - Si te contiara
Miles Davis - The pan piper
Joshua Redman - I'm an old cowhand (From the Rio Grande)
Diana Krall - I don't know enough about you
Tony Bennett - I wanna be around
Terrence Blanchard - Chinatown

Ambient Groove -- August 15, 2009

Playlist for Saturday, August 15th

Set 1:

Lovesong from the Mountains, Deuter
Myth, Terra Ambient
Clouds Below Your Knees, Ray Lynch

Set 2:

Arioso, Muriel Anderson
Mountain Dreams, Radhika Miller, et al.
White Wings, Oystein Sevag
Invasion of the Forest, Roger Kellaway
Aurora, Mike Oldfield
Borealis, Tangerine Dream

Set 3:

In the Mood for You, Jean Michel Jarre
The Enlightened, Medwyn Goodall
Flow My Tears, Sting
Worlds of Solemn Light, Enam

Set 4:

The Birch's Lament, Sora
Blast of Wind, Iris Nevins
Sunrise 2, Decapolis
All I Had to Hear You Say, Marshall Styler
Hymn to Tranquility, Gary Stroutsos

Set 5:

The Time Curve Preludes, Book I, Bruce Brubaker
. . . Passing By, Ulrich Schnauss
Equanimity, Ambient Generation

Set 6:

Under the Mango Tree, David Arkenstone
Phases of Three Moons, Andreas Vollenweider
Innocent Moon, Will Ackerman
Pavane, Steve Erquiaga
Groove Etude, David Cullen
Night Breeze, Didascalis

Friday, August 14, 2009

Friday Soundings 8/14

Host - John Gaguine

In memoriam - Les Paul, great musician and inventor of the solid body electric guitar, and hence one of the most important figures in rock n roll (1914-2009)

Les Paul and Chet Atkins - Caravan (Duke Ellington)

Nnenna Freelon - All or Nothing at All, If I Had You

Led Zeppelin (whose lead guitarist, the legendary Jimmy Page, played a Les Paul guitar) - I Can't Quit You Baby (Willie Dixon)
Paul and Atkins - It Had to Be You

John Lee Hooker and Carlos Santana - Chill Out (Change Gonna Come), The Healer

Billy Taylor (piano) and Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax) - Stompin' at the Savoy (Benny Goodman), Just You Just Me

Irma Thomas - Breakaway (Jackie DeShannon), Hold Me While I Cry (Thomas/Dan Penn), Wish Someone Would Care (Thomas)

Paul and Atkins - Deed I Do
Hot Club of Cowtown - same song

Toots Thielemans, great jazz harmonica player - Ne Me Quitte Pas (Do Not Leave Me) (Jacques Brel), In Walked Bud (Thelonious Monk), Bluesette (Thielemans, probably his best known song, frequently covered by others)

Carey Bell (harmonica, vocals) and Lurrie Bell (guitar, vocals) - Baby Please Don't Go, Bell's Back (Carey Bell), Leaving in the Morning (Walter Jacobs)

Panama Francis (percussion) and the Savoy Sultans - Honeysuckle Rose (Fats Waller), Theme from New York, New York (Kanter/Ebb)

Corey Harris - Walking Blues (Robert Johnson)
Dave Van Ronk - Last Fair Deal's Gone Down (Robert Johnson)

Paul and Atkins - Avalon (Al Jolson)

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Wednesday Soundings 8-12-09 Jazz & Mie "Heart"

Ella Fitzgerald-Heart and Soul
Chet Baker-My Heart Stood Still
Duke Ellington-All Heart
Marcia Ball, Tracy Nelson & Irma Thomas-Heart To Heart
Joe Turner-My Heart Belongs To You
Ray Charles-Unchain My Heart

Frank Sinatra-Young At Heart
Ella Fitzgerald-With A Song In My Heart
Tony Bennett-My Foolish Heart
Michelle Wilson-My Heart Is Mended
John Hammond-Heartache Blues
Ruth Brown-Sold My heart To The Junkman
Coco Montoya-The Heart of Soul

Etta James-Piece of My Heart
John Hammond-Heartattack and Vine
Ray Charles-Hard Hearted Hannah
Russ Morgan-Does Your Heart Beat For Me?
Tony Bennett-I Left My Heart In San Fransico
Saffire-Silent Thunder In My Heart

Otis Rush-You're Breaking My Heart
Marcia Ball-My Heart and Soul
C.J. Chenier-My Heart's Not Through Loving You
Irma Thomas-Heart Full Of Rain
Mississippi Heat-Heartbroken
C.J.,Chenier-Let Me In Your Heart

Wednesday Crosscurrents 8/12

Hosts - John Gaguine and Mike Godkin

Bill Haley and the Comets - Rock Around the Clock
Frankie Ford - Sea Cruise
Chuck Berry - Maybelline
Penguins - Earth Angel
Richie Valens - Donna
Five Satins - In the Still of the Night

From the Soundtrack of O Brother, Where Art Thou?
Norman Blake - You Are My Sunshine (Gov. Jimmie Davis, D-LA)
Alison Krauss - Down to the River to Pray
Alison Krauss and Gillian Welch - I'll Fly Away
The Whites - Keep on the Sunny Side

Beatles - Eight Days a Week, Girl, You Won't See Me, While My Guitar Gently Weeps (George Harrison)

Everly Brothers - Kathy's Clown, Wake Up Little Susie, Bird Dog, Til I Kissed You
Johnny Cash (with Roseanne Cash and the Everly Brothers) - Ballad of the Teenage Queen

Dedicated to those who will be fishing in the Golden North Salmon Derby this weekend:
Waterboys - Fisherman's Blues
Marvelettes - Too Many Fish in the Sea

The Who - Magic Bus, Won't Get Fooled Again (long version)

Roy Orbison - Pretty Woman (live), Crying (with kd lang), Running Scared (live again), Only the Lonely (ditto)
Linda Ronstadt - Blue Bayou (Orbison)

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Tues CC with Katie B 8-11-09

Elvis Costello
Down Among the Wines and Spirits
Secret, Profane and Sugarcane

Pray Tell
The Pines 2009

Justin Townes Earle
Midnight at the Movies
Midnight at the Movies

Not Your Lover

Mark Karan
Annie Don't Lie
Walk Through the Fire

Ryan Bingham and the Dead Horses
Dylan's Hard Rain
Roadhouse Sun

Bob Dylan
Hard Rain's Gonna Fall
Live at the Gaslight

Bob Dylan
Rocks and Gravel
Live at the Gaslight

Bob Dylan
I Feel a Change Comin' On
Together Through Life

Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young

Robben Ford
Soul on Ten

Foster McGinty
Dream Catcher
Peach Red

Janis Joplin
Try (Just a Little Bit Harder)
Janis Joplin's Greatest Hits

Whatcha Thinkin' Of
Deering and Down
Break This Record

Neko Case
Vengeance is Sleeping
Middle Cyclone

Davey Jones

Blitzen Trapper

Fleet Foxes
White Winter Hymnal
Fleet Foxes

Neil Young
Old Man
Greatest Hits

Jimmy Page and Robert Plant
That's the Way
No Quarter

Robben Ford
How Deep in the Blues Do You Want to Go
Soul on Ten

Nicole Fournier
You're Sweet

Sunday, August 9, 2009

Take 5 - 9 August 2009 - host Clayton Hawkes

Bill Evans - Here's a rainy day
Judy Niemack & Kenny Barron - It's over now
MJQ - django
Charles Mingus - Don't be afraid, the clown's afraid too
John Coltrane - Seeyda's song flute
Frank Sinatra, Count Basie - The tender trap
Joshua Redman - The oneness of two
Terence Blanchard - Simplely stated
Dizzy Gilespie - Cool breeze
Dinah Washington - Somewhere along the line
Dexter Gordon - Billie's bounce
Miles Davis - Boblicity
Charles Mingus - Profile of Jackie
Sonny Rollins - Long ago and far away
Ray Barreto - Johny come lately
Hellen Merrill - Don't explain
Yusef Lateef - Stay with me
Rohsaan Roland Kirk - I'll be seeing you
Frank Sinatra, Count Basie -Learning the blues
Stan Getz - Early autumn
Dizzy Gilespie - You go to my head
Hellen Merrill - you'd be so nice to come home to

Take 5 - 10 August 2009 host

A Little Bit of Broadway

The Wiz
Movie version 1978

Well, it was a critical flop, lost millions of dollars, and killed Diana Ross’s film career. But the Sidney Lumet film version of the stage hit The Wiz, an urbanized setting of The Wizard of Oz, has a great cast, even if the Quincy Jones arrangements of the music seem way overdone 30 years later. But this film showed us an engaging 19-year old Michael Jackson, who was undeniably the best part of the whole film.

Diana Ross: Dorothy Gale
Michael Jackson: Scarecrow
Lena Horne: Glinda, the Good Witch Of The South
Ted Ross: Cowardly Lion
Nipsey Russell: Tin Man
Thelma Carpenter: Miss One, the Good Witch of the North
Theresa Merritt: Aunt Em
Stanley Greene: Uncle Henry
Richard Pryor: The Wiz
Mabel King: Evillene, the Wicked Witch of the West

Overture Part I (instrumental)
Overture Part II (instrumental)
The Feeling That We Had - Aunt Emma and Chorus
Can I Go On?- Dorothy
Tornado/Glinda's Theme (instrumental)
He's The Wizard - Miss One and Chorus
Soon As I Get Home/Home - Dorothy
You Can't Win, You Can't Break Even - Scarecrow and The Four Crows
Ease On Down The Road #1 - Dorothy and Scarecrow
What Would I Do If I Could Feel? - Tin Man
Slide Some Oil to Me - Tin Man
Ease On Down The Road #2 - Dorothy, Scarecrow, and Tin Man
I'm A Mean Ole Lion - Cowardly Lion
Ease On Down The Road #3 - Dorothy, Scarecrow, Tin Man, and Cowardly Lion
Poppy Girls Theme (instrumental)
Be a Lion - Dorothy, Scarecrow, Tin Man, and Cowardly Lion
End Of The Yellow Brick Road (instrumental)
Emerald City Sequence - Chorus
Is This What Feeling Gets? (Dorothy's Theme) - Dorothy (vocal version not used in film)
Don't Nobody Bring Me No Bad News - Evillene and the Winkies
Everybody Rejoice/A Brand New Day- Dorothy, Scarecrow, Tin Man, Cowardly Lion, and Chorus
If You Believe In Yourself (Dorothy) - Dorothy
The Good Witch Glinda (instrumental)
If You Believe In Yourself (Reprise) - Glinda the Good Witch
Home (Finale) - Dorothy

Directed by Sidney Lumet
Produced by Rob Cohen
Written by Joel Schumacher
William F. Brown
(original 1975 musical)

Music by
Charlie Smalls
Nickolas Ashford & Valerie Simpson
Anthony Jackson
Luther Vandross
Quincy Jones

Interested in other Wizard of Oz adapations? Check out this listing of films, tv, stage, books, games and more!

Saturday, August 8, 2009

Saturday Sunrise 8/8

Host - John Gaguine

Sarah Brightman - Scarborough Fair, Think of Me (from Phantom of the Opera), He Doesn't See Me, Memories (from Cats)

Madeleine Peyroux, the fine Quebecoise chanteuse - Looking for the Heart of Saturday Night (Tom Waits), I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter, Everybody's Talking (Fred, Neil, from Midnight Cowboy)

Michelle Shocked - Prodigal Daughter (Cotton-Eyed Joe)
Linda Ronstadt - The Dolphins (Fred Neil again)

Ronstadt - Some of Shelly's Blues (with the Stone Poneys) (Mike Nesmith), Life is Like a Mountain Railway (with the Beechwood Rangers), Stoney End (with the Stone Poneys) (Laura Nyro), Faithless Love (JD Souther)

Susan Tedeschi - Sweet Forgiveness (Iris DeMent), Follow (Jerry Merrick)

Moody Blues - Question, Tuesday Afternoon, Isn't Life Strange?

Blues Project - Al Kooper, Steve Katz et al - Wake Me, Shake Me; I Can't Keep from Crying (based on a Blind Willie McTell song)
Kooper and Steve Stills - from the 1968 album Supersession - Season of the Witch (Donovan)

Ambient Groove -- August 8, 2009

Playlist for Saturday, August 8th

Set 1:

Morning Dew, Suba Sankaran
Oasis, Mind Body Spirit
Lydia, Tim Story
Ancient Evenings, Garry Hughes
Riding Windhorse (Buddhafields), Heavenly Music Corporation

Set 2:

The Boatman, Roger Eno
The Wishing Tree, Seamus McGuire
Lorraine's Waltz, John Whelan & Eileen Ivers
Season of Mists, Kevin Crawford
My Fair and Faithful Love, Paul Winter & Friends

Set 3:

Dreaming in Reality, Christopher Boscole
The Dream, Paul Cardall
The Calm, Randy Klein
Spirit Romance, David Lanz & Gary Stroutsos

Set 4:

Villanelle, George Winston
Regina Cadi, Tracy Silverman & Thea Suits-Silverman
Fantasia. Michael Hedges
Domine ad Adjuvandum, David Arkenstone

Set 5:

Eternity, Guy Matthews
Grace, Bobby Charles
Orcas August, Gretchen Yanover
A Time to Remember, Christopher Paul
Glow in the Window, Steven Cheyne-Cook
Northern Skies, Steve Haber
Almost the Moon, Jeff Pearce

Thursday, August 6, 2009

Afternoon Classics - Thursday, August 6, 2009

Let the music roll for this Thursday. Once again a potpourri, however one that should be some fun. So here we go:

Concerto in G minor for 2 cellos, strings & basso continuo, RV 531 by Antonio Vivaldi. Yo-Yo Ma & Jonathon Manson - cellos, Ton Koopman conducting The Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra.
String Quartet in C minor, Op. 35 (compl. by D'Indy) of Ernest Chausson performed by The Chilingirian Quartet.
Bachanianas Brasileiras No. 3 by Heitor Villa-Lobos. Nelson Freires - piano; Isaac Karabtchewsky conducting the Symphonic Orchestra of Brasil.
Metamorphosen modi XII, Theme and Variations for Orchestra by Ottorino Respighi. Geoffrey Simon at the podium leading the Philharmonia Orchestra.
Polonaise No. 1 in D minor, Op. 71 of Frederic Chopin. Ian Hobson at the piano.
Four Scottish Dances, Op. 59 by Sir Malcolm Arnold. Andrew Penny conducting the Queensland Symphony Orchestra.
Philadelphia Stories for Orchestra (2001) by Michael Daugherty. Performed by Marin Alsopand the Colorado Symphony Orchestra.
Rondo in C major, Op. 73of Frederic Chopin. Ian Hobson at the piano.
Trois Petites Piéces montées (1920) by Eric Satie. Yutaka Sado and the Orchestre des Concerts Lamoureux.
Noches en los Jardines de España of Manuel de Falla. Martha Argerich at the piano; Daniel Barenboim conducting the Orchestre de Paris.
Somerset Rhapsody by Gustav Holst David Lloyd-Jones leading the Royal Scottish National Orchestra.
Serenade for Strings, Op. 20 of Sir Edward Elgar performed by Adrian Leaper with the Capella Istropolitana.

Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Afternoon Classics, Wednesday, August 5, 2009

After a nifty day of vacation (took the ferry ride over to Pelican and back, everything there is still the same - reassuringly so). Still it is always good to get back to Juneau. So here is the music for today:
Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No. 6,BWV 1051, Gerard Schwarz conducting the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra.
Beethoven; The "Mooonlight Sonata" No. 14, Op. 27, No. 2 played by Vladimir Ashkenazy.
Mozart: Six Variations for Piano & Violin, KV 360, Itzhak Perlman on the violin, Daniel Barenboim at the piano.
Chopin: Rondeau a la Muzur, Op. 5 played by Ian Hobson. (New Release)
Stravinsky: Octet for Wind, Neemi Jarvi with members of the Royal Scottish National Orchestra.
Weil: Lady in the Dark: Symphonic Nocturne, arr. by Robert Russell Bennett, Marin Alsop conducting the Royal Bournemouth Symphony Orchesetra.
Chopin: Four Mazurkas: Ian Hobson again.
Chopin: Variations on "La ci darem la mano" Op. 2 (fr Mozart's Don Giovanni), Ian Hobson at the keyboard.
Bruch: Violin Concerto No. 1 in G minor, Op. 26, Salvatore Accardo playing the violin with Kurt Mazur and the Gewandhausorchester - Leipzig.
Glazunov: Symphony No. 3 in D, Op. 33, Valeri Polyansky and the Russian State Symphony Orchestra.
Prokofiev: Overture on Hebrew Themes for clarinet, piano and string quartet, Op. 34, Giora Feidman playing the clarinet, Yefim Bronfman at the keyboard and the Juliard String Quartet teaming up.

Wednesday Crosscurrents 8/5

Host - John Gaguine

Today's show was inspired by the two women who did Front Porch or Back Porch, whichever it was, a week ago last night. They played a lot of great country. I'm going to try to duplicate that, but limiting myself to the newer female country singers. Very few, if any, mentions today of pick-up trucks, or trains, or momma, or prison, or getting drunk.

The lyrics to most of these songs are fantastic.

Mary Chapin Carpenter - Why Walk When You Can Fly?, Down at the Twist and Shout, When Halley Came to Jackson, Stones in the Road - all written by her

Kathy Mattea - The Cape, 33,45,78 (Record Time), The Streets of Your Town, Listen to the Radio (Nanci Griffith)

Patty Loveless - Tear-Stained Letter, I Miss Who I Was (with You), Lonely Too Long, Pretty Little Miss

Suzy Bogguss and Chet Atkins - When She Smiled at Him, In the Jailhouse Now (Jimmie Rogers), Forget About It (also covered by Alison Krauss), Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word (Elton John, Bernie Taupin)

Trisha Yearwood - Thinkin' About You, XXX's and OOO's (An American Girl), You Can Sleep While I Drive (Melissa Etheridge), I Wanna Go Too Far

MC Carpenter - Shut Up and Kiss Me, Going Out Tonight, Middle Ground (again, all written by her)
Carpenter, Emmy Lou Harris, and Sheryl Crow - Flesh and Blood (Johnny Cash, from Kindred Spirits, a fine Johnny Cash tribute CD)

Mattea - That's All the Lumber You Sent, Ashes in the Wind, Nobody's Gonna Rain on My Parade

Tammy Wynette - Please Come to Boston (Dave Loggins; also covered by Joan Baez)

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Afternoon Classics 8/4

Host - John Gaguine (because Mike is sailing to Pelican on this lovely afternoon)

Mozart - Alleluja (performed by Sarah Brightman)
Traditional - So Many Things

Alain Jehan, France, 1911-1940 - Litanies (performed by E Power Biggs)

Dvorak - Slavonic Dances, Op. 46, Nos. 1-3 (Atlanta Symphony, Yoel Levi conducting)

Traditional, words by Julia Ward Howe - Battle Hymn of the Republic (Mormon Tabernacle Choir)
Orff - O Fortuna, from Carmina Burana (Atlanta Symphony and Choruses, Robert Shaw Festival Singers, Robert Shaw directing)
J.S. Bach - Missa: Kyrie Eleison, from Mass in B Minor (same performers)
Daniel Decatur Emmett - Dixie (1859) (Mormon Tabernacle Choir)

Three songs by the 14-year-old Welsh phenom Charlotte Church:
Gounod - The Jewel Song, from Faust
Mozart - Voi che sapete (Tell Me What Love Is), from The Marriage of Figaro
Traditional - She Moved Through the Fair

Rachmaninoff - Third movement from piano concerto #2 (Horacio Gutieriez, piano, with the Pittsburgh Symphony, Lorin Maazel conducting)

Six songs by Sarah Brightman:
Puccini - Nessun Dorma (No One Shall Sleep), from Turandot
Rodrigo - En Aranjuez con tu Amor (vocal adaptation of the Concerto de Aranjuez)
Orff - In Trutina, from Carmina Burana again
Beethoven - Figlio Perduto, based on his seventh symphony
Rachmaninoff - Zdes Khorosho (How Fair This Place)
Handel - Solo Con Te (Only with You)

Copland - El Salon Mexico (Detroit Symphony, Antal Dorati conducting)

Berlioz - Roman Carnival Overture (Staatskapelle Dresden, Sir Colin Davis conducting)

Bizet - Chanson Boheme (Gypsy Song), from Carmen (performed by the "Opera Babes," who are Karen England, mezzo-soprano (and a real babe) and Rebecca Knight, soprano (not quite as babe-ish)

Soundings - 8-4-09

I Won't Miss You - Willie May
Down So Long - Chas De Paolo
Boom Boom - Karen Lovely
its only human- Dave Keller
Brand new day- Dennis Jones
Spoonful- Robben Ford
Lost my guitar- Otis Taylor
Don't slander me- Webb Wilder
Blues for Mel - Kyle Asche
Oculus - Brian Groder
We've got love - Nicole Edwards
My Forefathers - Larry Weiss
Ultraspontane - john Jorgenson Quintet
Hip Joint - Jerry Tachoir group
Luminous Bridges - Jane Ira Bloom
Laguna Leap - Nat King Cole & Buddy Rich
Cry me a river - Pat Langley
Song to the east - Ferenc Snetberger
Hurricane - Eric Holroyd
Song for my father - George Benson
Some othe sunset - David Benoit
Night crawler - larry Carlton
Walk on by - George Benson

Tues. Am CC with Katie B. 8-4-09

Jason Lytle
Rollin Home Alone
Yours Truly, The Commuter

My Morning Jacket
It Still Moves
It Still Moves

Philip Larue
Erase and Rewind
Let the Road Pave Itself

Christy Hays
You Don't Have to Say Much
Christy Hays

Justin Townes Earle
Mama's Eyes
Midnight at the Movies

Steve Earle
The Crush
Early Tracks
1997 release

Townes Van Zandt
No Deeper Blue

Buddy Tabor
Box of Pain

Michael Franti
Life in the City
All Rebel Rockers

Monsters of Folk
Say Please

Buddy Guy
Done Got Old
Sweet Tea

John Primer
The Kiss of Fire
Knocking at Your Door

Nicole Fournier
Just One Night
From the Beginning

Buddy Guy
Who's Been Fooling You
Sweet Tea

Koko Taylor
Sure Had a Wonderful Time Last Night
From the Heart of a Woman

The Beatles
And I Love Her

The Beatles
If I Fell

Collective Soul

Neko Case
This Tornado Loves You
Middle Cyclone

Jason Lytle
Flying Through Canyons
Yours Truly, The Commuter

Carol King
Love Makes the World
Love Makes the World

Get Together
The Youngbloods
Summer of '67
Released 2007
Rhino Records

Wherever You Go Whatever You Do

Procol Harum
A Whiter Shade of Pale
Summer of '67

Elvis Costello
My All 'Time Doll

Monday, August 3, 2009

Jazz Tonight

Billy Joe Walker Jr.


from Warm Front

Manfredo Fest

Brazilian Dorian Dream

from Braziliana

Stanley Clarke


from The Toys of Men

Eddie Palmieri

La Voz del Caribe

from Ritmo Cliente

John Patitucci

Bach Prelude in G Major

From Heart of the Bass

Milo Mathews and Love Life Music

Love Life Music from the CD of the same name.

Dave Valentin and Herbie Mann

Rambo the Cat

from Two Amigos

Jaco Pastorius Big Band

Beaver Patrol

from The Word is Out

Jaco Pastorius Big Band
Three Views of A Secret
from The Word is Out

Love Life Music

Wake up Child

from Love Life Music

Ellis Marsalis

Surrey with the Fringe on Top

from Heart of Gold

Ellis Marsalis
Love for Sale
from Heart of Gold

Victor Wooten

What Did He Say

from What Did He Say

Victor Wooten
A Show of Hands

from A Show of Hands

Victor Wooten
Norwegian Wood
from What Did He Say

Spyro Gyra


from Fast Forward

Victor Wooten Steve Bailey

Bass Extremes

Dump Cake (with Oteil Burbridge)

Just Add Water CD

Victor Wooten Steve Bailey
Bass Extremes
Double Oh Six (with Oteil Burbridge)
Just Add Water CD

Victor Wooten Steve Bailey

Bass Extremes

Rapid Descent (with Billy Sheehan)

Just Add Water CD

Beegie Adair Trio

Straighten Up and Fly Right

Nat King Cole Collection

Beegie Adair Trio
Route 66

Nat King Cole Collection

Dinah Washington


Unforgettable Dinah Washington

Monday Crosscurrents 8/3

Host - John Gaguine

Neil Young and Crazy Horse - Hey Hey My My (Into the Black)

Neil Young - On the Way Home, Cowgirl in the Sand (both from a solo acoustic concert in 1971)
Young and Crazy Horse - Down by the River (1969)

Bob Dylan - If Not for You (Nashville Skyline, 1969), Simple Twist of Fate (Blood on the Tracks, 1974), Silvio (Down in the Groove, 1988)

Stills-Young Band - Long May You Run (Young, 1976)
Young, with friends and relatives - Fool for Your Love (live, 2000)

Dylan - Lonesome Day Blues (Love and Theft, 2001), Rainy Day Women #12 and 35 (Blonde on Blonde, 1966)

Linda Ronstadt - Birds, Love Is a Rose, After the Gold Rush (all Neil Young songs from the early 1970s)

Dylan - Visions of Johanna (Blonde on Blonde)
Supersession (Al Kooper and Steven Stills) - It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry (Dylan)
Joan Baez - Ring Them Bells (Dylan)
Cat Power - Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again (Dylan)

Young - Heart of Gold (Harvest, 1972; Young's only #1 hit, according to Wikipedia), Harvest Moon (Harvest Moon, 1992), One of These Days (same)

Young, with friends and relatives - All Along the Watchtower (Dylan) ( live, 2000)

Saturday, August 1, 2009



1. ARTIST: Jeff Tassin
SONG: Missing Persons
ALBUM: Emotional Science II/Home Bass

2. ARTIST: Jeff Tassin
SONG: The Best is Yet
ALBUM:Emotional Science II/Home Bass

3. ARTIST: Jeff Tassin
SONG:The Last Lie
ALBUM: Emotional Science II/Home Bass

4. ARTIST: Jack DeJohnette
SONG Time Warps
ALBUM: Dancing With Natural Spirits

5. ARTIST: Charles Mingus
SONG: Song With Orange
ALBUM: Mingus Ah Um

6. ARTIST: Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock, Jack DeJohnette
SONG: Summer Night
ALBUM: Tokyo '96

7. ARTIST: John Stetch
SONG:Surrey With the Fringe on Top
ALBUM: Stetching Out

8. ARTIST: Michel Petrucciani
SONG: September Second
ALBUM: Trio in Tokyo

9. ARTIST: The Vignola Collection
SONG: Funky Monkey
ALBUM: Gypsy Grass

10.ARTIST: Miles Davis
SONG: The Pan Piper
ALBUM: Sketches of Spain

11. ARTIST: Arturo Sandoval
SONG: Sexy Lady
ALBUM: Rumba Palace

12. ARTIST: Rick Margitza
SONG: Witches
ALBUM: Memento.

13. ARTIST: Joe Pass
SONG: Corcovado
ALBUM: Resonance

14. ARTIST: Ben Thomas
SONG: Dorothy's Green Slippers
ALBUM: The Mystagogue

15. ARTIST: John Stetch
SONG: Vesper
ALBUM: Carpathian Blues

16. ARTIST: Pat Metheny/Brad Mehldau
SONG: Say the Brother's Name
ALBUM: Metheny Mehldau

17. ARTIST: Al Cohn & Al Porcino
SONG: Autumn In New York
ALBUM: Al Cohn Meets Al Porcino

18. ARTIST: Harvie Swartz & Randy Klein
SONG: Dear Charles Mingus
ALBUM: Love Notes from the Bass

19. ARTIST: Gary Thomas
SONG: Lush Life
ALBUM: till we have faces


Ambient Groove -- August 1, 2009

Playlist for Saturday, August 1

Set 1:

The Impulse of Flow - Kit Watkins
My First - Tosca

Set 2:

Teach Me to Whisper - Liquid Mind
Water Stones - Max Zaffiro
In Paradisum - Libera feat. Fiona Pears
From Pale Hands to Weary Skies - Darshan Ambient

Set 3:

Midheaven - Shakatura
The Lotus in the Mountains - Buedi Siebert
It Is Well with My Soul - Judson Hurd

Set 4:

Awake - Josh Groban
My Lagan Love - Charlotte Church
Desired Constellation - Lucia Micarelli
La Puerta Del Cielo - Enigma
Voices from the Past - Ginkgo Garden

Set 5:

Jasmine Breeze - David Arkenstone
Sandy Toes - David Arkenstone
In the Morning - Burkard Schmidl
Japanese Garden - Tomas Marin
The Winds from the Mountain - Gevorg Debahgyan

Set 7:

Subliminal Peaks - Infinity Loop
Whispered Echoes - Lemon Head
Ocean Song - Ron Jensen
De Gama - Cusco feat. Ottmar Liebert