Monday, November 30, 2009

Jazz Tonight ~ November 30, 2009

Playlist for Monday, November 30

First Hour

Save the Last Dance for Me ~ Michael Buble
Dance Me to the End of Love ~Madeleine Peyroux
I'm Beginning to See the Light ~ Ella Fitzgerald w/ Ink Spots
The Boy Next Door ~ Alice Ricciardo
Charleston ~ Django Reinhardt
Perfidia ~ Glenn Miller
Naked As We Came ~ Sachal Vasandani
Lush Life ~ John Coltrane and Johnny Hartman
Old Devil Moon ~ Mel Torme
The Most Beautiful Girl in the World ~ Max Roach
Night Life ~ Willie Nelson & Wynton Marsalis
As You Like It ~ Euge Groove
Parisian Thoroughfare ~ Jacky Terrasson

Second Hour

Cruisin' ~ David Arkenstone
Firefly ~ Tom Grant
The Shadow of Your Smile ~ Gene Bertoncini
Stolen Moments ~ Lee Ritenour
Remembering Mingus at Music Inn ~ Tom Harrell
You're Just in Love ~ Rosemary Clooney w/ Guy Mitchell
Blessed Feet ~ Tord Gustavsen Trio
Groove in the Head ~ Brazilian Groove Band
If the Stars Were Mine ~ Melody Gardot
Winter Wonderland ~ Tony Bennett
Sugar Rum Cherry ~ Duke Ellington
It's Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas ~ Beegie Adair
Jingle Bells ~ Nat King Cole




Sunday, November 29, 2009

A Little Bit of Broadway

Lionel Bart's Oliver!

Based on a classic Victorian novel by Charles Dickens, Oliver is filled with wonderful music, great roles, and lots of kids! A major hit, first on the West End, then on Broadway, and later with regional theaters all over the world, it’s hard to find anyone who doesn’t know music from this show!

Overture/Food, Glorious Food
Oliver!
I shall scream
Boy for Sale; Where is love?
Consider Yourself
You've got to pick a pocket or two
It's a fine life
I'd do anything
Be back Soon
Oom-pah-pah
My name
As long as he needs me
Who will buy?
Reviewing the situation
As long as he needs me (reprise)
Reviewing the situation (Reprise)
Finale

Music, Lyrics, Book:
Lionel Bart
Basis: Charles Dickens' novel Oliver Twist


Well, while we are talking about boy performers, let’s listen to some selections from The Boy from Oz, about the life of entertainer Peter Allan.

When I get my name in lights
When I get my name in lights (reprise)
Everything Old is New again
Everything Old is New again (reprise)
Finale: I go to Rio

Saturday, November 28, 2009

Ambient Groove -- November 28, 2009

Playlist for Saturday, November 28th

Set 1

The Fragrance of the Waffle, The Who
Tibetan Hope, Yulara & Brian Hughes
Solitude, Jah Wobble & Chinese Dub Orch.
Flickering with Blossoms (Chinese), Dingding Sa

Set 2

Soap Bubbles, Nicolas Jeandot
Prism, Elijah Bossenbroek
Gentle Story, Gary Rottger
What's Not to Love?, Graham Ord, Andrew Smith, et al.


Set 3

The Journey, Peter Xifara
Bliss Abyss, Richard Musk
Moondrops, Shastro
With This Love, Peter Gabriel

Dreamy Smiles, The Dining Rooms

Set 4

Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Mannheim Steamroller
Marcella Behind Liquid Blue Eyes, Dahlia

Alten Mara, Mythos
Woodland Ride, Ginkgo Garden
Whispered Echoes, Lemon Head
On My Own, The Moontrane Conductors


Set 5

Miracle, Weathertunes
What the World Needs Now is Love, Jim Brickman


Set 5

White is in the Winter Night, Enya
Silver Bells, David Arkenstone
Softly Falls the Snow, Classical Guitar Maestros
Trains and Winter Rains, Enya
Sleigh Ride, David Arkenstone

Greensleeves, Michele McLaughlin
Caroling, Caroling, Schola Cantorum

Friday, November 27, 2009

World Beat 11-27-2009

The Best of Juluka

Johnny Clegg and Sipho Mchunu

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Umfazi Umdala
Impi
Siyayilanda
Zodwa

Chaka Demus and Pliers - All She Wrote
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One Nation Under A Groove
Tease Me

AFRICA - Putumayo World Music (Various Artists)
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Song Title -Artist
Ndima Ndapedza - Oliver Mtukudzi
Thandaza - Soul Brothers
Segive - Aeia Mala
Love is Just a Dream - Johnny Clegg and Juluka

From Rwanda -Cecile Kayirebwa
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Tarihinda
Inkindi
Ndare


AFRICA - Putumayo World Music (Various Artists)
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Song Title -Artist
Doly - Etoiles
Sa Ntima - Samba Ngo
Wassiye - Habib Koite

From Rwanda -Cecile Kayirebwa
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Umunezero - Cecile Kayirebwa

AFRICA - Putumayo World Music
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Song Title -Artist
Anoma - Oom
Gaele - Diaou Kouyate


Blinky and the Roadmasters
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Papacito
Father Malloy
Quadrille Figure Six

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Friends and Neighbors Nov 25

song from a travelling kid's perspective, the longest grace ever, and lots of alternative laels,  this is the night before Thanksgiving. and this is the first half of the show.

Dancing Reels Maggie Sansone Celtic Fair Maggie's Music


High on a Hill Kate Rusby Awkward Annie Pure Records

Dancing with Eagles Dick Gaughan Lucky for Some Greentrax (UK)

Bonaparte's Retreat Aly Bain & Ale Moller Fully Rigged NorthSide

Bulgarian Bash reeltime reeltime Green Linnet

Candlelight Fisherman Gordn Bok Herrings in the Bay Timberhead

Are We There Yet? Joel Frankel Ship of Chocolate Chips Crunchy Records

Frim Fram Sauce The Canote Brothers Thinga-Ma-Jig CloneTone

Uncle Dave's Grace Lou and Peter Berryman House Concert Cornbelt Records

Molasses bearfoot Follow Me Glacier Records

I'm Troubled The Doc Watson Family The Doc Watson Family Smithsonian Folkways Records

Carve that Possum Tom, Brad, & Alice Carve That Possum Copper Creek Records

Aeroplain Panhandle Crabgrass Revival Band Rolling Six Crabgrass Music, Inc.

Dirty Kitchen Frank Solivan II I am a Rambler Fiddleman Music

73 Special Bonsoir Catin Vive L'Amour Valcour Records

Angeline the Baker Robin Dale Ford down in my heart 10th Planet Records

Better Times Will Come Diana Jones SingOut! LIII:1 Proper American #008

Goin' to the Ceili Ricky Skaggs Live atr the Charleston Music Hall Skaggs Family Records

The Old Home Place Ricky Skaggs Live atr the Charleston Music Hall Skaggs Family Records

Chelsea Mornig Jeanette d'Armand Stage Road Jeanette d'Armand

Only One and Only Lauren Sheehan Two Wings Wilson River Records

There is a Time Uncle Earl She Waits for Night ROUNDER


Meanwhile the Rain Joel Rafeal Band Old Wood Barn Reluctant Angel Records

My Marianne/The Wheel Wake the Dead Wake the Dead Arista

Songs of the Bush Wongawilli Live at the Local Wongawilli (Australia)

Whiplash/Greasy Coat Notorious Elkins Black Sockes # 27

Blue-Eyed Susie The Rankin Family endless seasons Guardian

Fille delaissee/Abandoned Maiden Barachois Encore! House Party Productions

Born to be a Butterfly John Palmes Born to be a Butterfly John Pa,mes

Train Home Chris Smither train home RIGHTONE Records

Pastures of Plenty Solas the words that remain Shanachie


Dusty Miller Laura Risk, Jacqueline Schwab Celtic Dialogue Dorian Records

Luna's Slip Jig/Biscuit and Buster's Slip Jig/Benny's Bailar

Afternoon Classics - Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Our pre-Holiday music is thus:

Concerto RV 332 (No. 8) of Antonio Vivaldi performed by Fabio Biondi and Europa Galante.
Sonata No. 14 in C sharp major "Moonlight" of Ludwig von BeethovenAndras Schiff - piano
Suite for Orchestra No. 4 in G, Op. 61 "Mozartiana" by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky. Sir Neville Marriner conducting the Radio Symphony Orchestra - Stuttgart.
Symphony No. 4 of Gustav Mahler performed by Dame Kiri Te Kenawa, Sir Georg Solti and the Chicago Symphony.
Piano Trio No. 1 in B, Op. 8 of Johannes Brahms with Vladimir Ashkenazy, Itzhak Perlman and Lynn Harrell.
Pilgrims and Pioneers (1964) by Virgil Thomson. James Sedares conducting the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra.
Concerto for Violin & Orchestra No. 2 Krzysztof Penderecki, Anne-Sofie Mutter - violi and Penderecki conducting the London Symphony Orchestra.
The Red Violin by John Corigliano played by Maria Bachman - violin; Jon Klibonoff - piano.

Just a note to thank everyone for their wonderful support for the K3 stations and for Afternoon Classics. You are wonderful! Thank you, Mike Price

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Afternoon Classics - Tuesday, November 24, 2009

There is a goodly variety in today's music, all of it enjoyable for one reason or another, pick your reason!

Sonata in E minor, BWV 1023 by J. S.Bach performed by the Trio Settecento.
String Quartet Op. 74, No. 3 "The Rider" of Franz Joseph Haydn performed by the Endellion String Quaretet.
Rondo for cello & piano in G minor, Op. 94 of Antonin Dvorak played by Robert Cohen - cello; Roger Vignoles - piano.
Harold in Italy, Op. 16 by Hector Berlioz. Sir Colin Davis conducting the London Symphony Orchestra.
Dance of the Seven Veils by Richard Strauss performed by Gerard Schwarz and the Seattle Symphony Orchestra.
Rounds for String Orchestra by David Diamond. Gerard Schwarz and the Seattle Symphony Orchestra.
Thus Spake Zaruthustra by Richard Strauss. Gerard Schwarz and the Seattle Symphony Orchestra.
The Fairy's Kiss by Igor Stravinsky. Performed by Igor Stravinsky conducting the Columbia Symphony Orchestra.

Crosscurrents - 11/24/09

Game of All Fours - Kate Rusby
Jigs - Steeleye Span
Encore - Natalee MacMaster
Fire Dance - Riverdance

Rex Blazer's Lament for His Broken Shoulder - Lift Ticket
Airn Quebec - Kepa Junkera
Fandango Nights - WIllie & Lobo
Monkey - Jai Uttal

Can't Stop the Girl - Maura O'Connell
Can't Stop Now - New Grass Revival
Sugarfoot Ragt - Hot Rize
Rubbin' It - Asleep at the Wheel

You Think I'm Crazy - Red Grammer
Perfect Fit - Van Morison
Perfect - Fairground Attraction
They Don't Know - Kirsty MacColl

Galileo - Indigo Girls
Regretting What I Said - Chenille Sisters
I Can Love You Better - Dixie Chicks
Car On a Hill - Joni Mitchell
Do for the Others - Stephen Stills

Marching Steady - The Preserves
Unsatisfied - One Aisle Over
Alleluia - Dar Williams
Wild Girl - Rickie Lee Jones
Inexile - Capercaille
Banda Criolla

Monday, November 23, 2009

Jazz Tonight ~ November 23, 2009

Playlist for Monday, November 23rd

Jazz for Thanksgiving

Autumn Leaves ~ Jim Hall & Ron Carter
Autumn Song ~ Don Pullen
Thanksgiving Theme ~ Vince Guaraldi Trio
Songs titled "Thanksgiving"
~ Dan Balmer, Gary Versace & Matt Wilson
~ Peter James Trio
~ Johannes Enders
~ Peter Kater
Come On-A My House ~ Rosemary Clooney
Autumn in New York ~ Charlie Parker
'Tis Autumn ~ Chet Baker
Autumn in New York ~ Mel Torme
Autumn Serenade ~ John Coltrane & Johnny Hartman
Autumn Breeze ~ Milt Jackson
'Tis Autumn ~ Stacey Kent
Autumn Leaves ~ Patricia Barber
Autumn Nocturne ~ Cassandra Wilson
Autumn ~ Bud Shank
Autumn in Washington Square ~ Dave Brubeck

Leftovers

Soul Progressin' ~ Lafayette Gilchrest
I Got It Bad and That Ain't Good ~ Carmen McRae
Moon Song ~ Norah Jones
Shiny on the Inside ~ Leona Naess
If I Love Again ~ Charles Mingus & Charlie Parker
Lullaby in Black ~ Horace Tapscott
The Very Thought of You ~ Chris Botti feat. Paula Cole

Sunday, November 22, 2009

A Little Bit of Broadway

It’s a Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers Afternoon

There’s something about a snowy winter evening that just begs for something warm to drink while you are cuddled under an afghan watching a classic dance movie. And nothing is more classic than the movies Ginger Rogers made with Fred Astaire at RKO. So, get yourself something warm to drink, snuggle down under the comforter and let you imagination soar while listening to Fred and Ginger.

Flying down to Rio (1933)
-- Flying down to Rio (Youmans, Kahn, Eliscu)

The Gay Divorcee (1934)
-- Night and Day (Porter)
-- The Continental (Conrad, Magidson)


Top Hat (1935) (Berlin)
-- Isn’t this a lovely day (to be caught in the rain)
-- Top hat, White Tie and Tails (Astaire)
-- Cheek to Cheek

Roberta (1935) (Kern)
-- I’ll be hard to handle
-- I won’t dance

Follow the Fleet (1936) (Berlin)
-- I’m putting eggs in one basket
-- Let face the music and dance
-- Let yourself go

Swing Time (1936) (Kern, Fields)
-- Pick yourself up
-- The way you look tonight

Shall we Dance (1937) (Gershwin)
-- They all laughed
-- Let’s call the whole thing off
-- They can’t take that away from me

Carefree (1938) (Berlin)
-- Change Partners

We Like Kids 11/22/09

Hosts - Jack and Tulio Fontanella

It's a Big Big World, Bil Harley, Title
Macaroni rigatoni peanut butter and baloney, and other sing along songs
Pizza Shake, Bill Harley, It's a Big Big World

I Hate Pie, Jimmy G Pop, Kids Totally Rock
Bagels and Cream Cheese, Joe Frankle, Ship of Chocalate Chips
Turkey Burps, Terry Lieberman, Turkey Burps and T Ball

Bucket of Beans, Clarisse, and the Bubble Machine, Bill Harley, The Town around the Bend

Eat Every Bean and Pea on Your Plate, Daddy AGoGo, Title
Broccolini, Wendy Gelsanliter, Title
Soon as We Cook Sweet Potatoes, Pete Seeger, Songs and Playtime

Mashed Potatoes, Tom Paxton, Peanut Butter Pie
Pirate Song, Bill Harley, Big Big World

Saturday, November 21, 2009

Saturday Sunrise - 21 November 2009

Norah Jones - In the morning
Hank Jones - Lonely moments
Jaki Byard - Bess you is my woman/It ain't neccisarily so
Jason Moran - Out front
Catherine Russell - Can't we be friends
Paolo Rusticchelli - Full moon
Mel Torme - Where can I go without you
Patricia Barber - Light my fire
Stan Getz & Kenny Baron - First song
Frank Sinatra & Count Basie Orchestra - I won't dance
Louis Armstrong - I surrender dear
Dizzy Gillespie - That old black magic
Coleman Hawkins - Sweet & Lovely
Phil Woods - Waltz for Debby
Radio Mundo, Rumba club - Tanya
Eric Byrd - Baby its cold outside
Roland Kirk - Serenade to a cuckoo
Be Bop & Beyond - Ugly beauty
Count Basie & Orchestra - Theme from "The Apartment"
Mel Torme - Gloomy Sunday
Nina Simone - Lonesome cites
Frank Sinatra & Count Basie Orchestra - Please be kind
Roy Hargrove - Ruby my dear

Ambient Groove -- November 21, 2009

Playlist for Saturday, November 21

Music inspired by the season of thanksgiving

Planting the Seed, Paul Lawler and Mark Holland
Full Circle, Paul Lawler and Mark Holland
The Americans, Terry Oldfield

Love Buffet, Vivian Khor
Remember When, Elise Lebec
Bygone Days, Eileen Ivers
Generations, Jim Brickman
Life Is A Circle, Michael Whalen

Coming Home, Sean Harkness
We Gather Together, Paul McCandless, Phill Aaberg, and Michael Manring
The Gathering, Will Ackerman
Thinking of You, Jean-Francois Maljean (composed by Kitaro)

The Journey Home, John Doan
A Pilgrim's Hymn, John Doan
Maire Mhor, Aine Minogue
And Soon the Day Will Fade Away, Philip Riley and Jayne Elleson

Autumn Blue, Craig Chaquico feat. Richard Elliot
Snowflakes Rising, Brian Kelly
Nostalgia, Paul Cardall

A Strictly Informal Affair, John Archer
The Shameless Chef, Chip Davis

Redeeming Love, Paul Cardall
Simple Gifts, Tracy and Thea Silverman
Heaven Within, Paul Winter
Blessings, Liz Story

Gymnopedie pour l'enfant endormi, Steven Kindler
Thanksgiving, George Winston




Friday, November 20, 2009

Crosscurrents - 11/20/09

We Are Not Helpless - Stephen Stills
Kora - Trapezoid
Malice Towards None - Trapezoid
Dreams of Harmony - Freyda Epstein
Bridge Over Troubled Water - Simon & Garfunkel

Peace Train - Cat Stevens
Super Strut - Deodato
Autumn Fling - Beddy Emmons & Buddy Spicher
I Heard The Bluebirds Sing - Kris & Rita

Hippie With A Banjo - Those Darn Accordions
I'm Changing My Name to Crysler - Tom Paxton
Why Am I Painting the Living Room? - Lou & Peter Berryman

Everybody Is Somebody - Taj Mahal
Come Dancing - The Kinks
Jumping East of Java - Brian Setzer Orchestra
Must Be Luff - Michelle Shocked
Lay Down Your Arms - Washington Squares
60 Years On - ELton John
Immigration Man - Graham Nash & David Crosby

Vahevala - Loggins & Messina
Is It Real? - Bert Jansch
No Frontiers - Mary Black
That Certain Night - Tish Hinojosa
On the Wings of Horses - Emmylou Harris

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Afternoon Classics - Thursday, November 19, 2009

The theme for today's program (if there is one) is apropos of nothing, it is a non sequitur. But there is a need for four hours of music and there is always something interesting to explore or something new to hear. I guess that that makes it a "new" show? Anyway:

Concerto Grosso Op. 6, No. 5 in C of Arcangelo Corelli. Charles Medlam leading the London Baroque.
Guitar Quintet IV "Fandango" G 448 by Louigi Boccherini, Giangiacomo Pinardi on the guitar with Europa Galante.
Dance Suite, Sz 77 by Béla Bartók. Pierrez Boulez conducting the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
Symphony No. 4 in C, Op. 47 of Sergei Prokofiev. Genady Rozhdestvensky and the Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra
Cuadros: Scenes d'Espagna by Raoul Laparra, Martha Masters - guitar.
Concertino for 12 Instruments by Igor Stravinsky with Igor Stravinsky and the Columbia Chamber Ensemble.
The Crown of India Suite by Sir Edward Elgar. Sir Charles Groves Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra
Sonata in B minor, S 178 Franz Liszt Nareh Argnamanyah - piano
Concerto for Two Solo Pianos Igor Stravinsky Igor Stravinsky - piano/Soulima Stravinsky
Divertimento Sz113 Béla Bartók Pierrez Boulez Chicago Symphony Orchestra

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Afternoon Classics - Wednesday, November 18, 2009

In spite of snow and wind and whatever else Mother Nature throws at us the show must go on! So here we are on this very snowy day.

String Quartet in G minor, G 194 by Luigi Boccherini performed by Europa Galante.
Quintet for clarinet and strings, Op. 34, J.182 of Carl Maria von Weber. Richard Stoltzman on the clarinet with the Tokyo String Quartet.
Symphony No. 2 in D major, Op. 43 by Jean Sibelius; Kyle Wylie Pickett conducting the Juneau Symphony Orchestra
Gypsy Dance & Compassion by David M. Matthew Kish performed by Leonid Sushansky - violin; Darret Adkins - cello.
Symphonic Metamorphosis on a Theme by Carl Maria von Weber by Paul Hindemith. Herbert Blomstedt conductng the San Francisco Symphony.
Piano Quartet No. 3 in Cminor, Op. 60 of Johannes Brahms as performed by Emanuel Ax - piano, Isaac Stern - violin, Jaime Laredo - viola, and Yo-Yo Ma - cello.
Symphony No. 1 (1942) of Bohuslav Martinu. Arthur Fagen conducting the National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine.
Sonata No. 1 for Viola and Piano, (1955) by Bohuslav Martinu. Rainer Moog - viola, Daniel Adni - piano.

Crosscurrents - 11/18/09

Jack Figg - Leo Kottke
John Hartford's Last Farewell - David Holt
Fireball Mail - The Great Dobro Sessions
Fat Boy Rag - Asleep at the Wheel
Tiki Torches - David Lindley

Strike It While It's Hot - Dan Hicks/Bette Midler
So Begins the Task - Stephen Stills
Lady of My Heart - Loggins & Messina
Suzi - Uncle Bonsai

Burn Down the Mission - Elton John
Straight Brother - Leon Russell/Marc Benno
Danger Man - David Bromberg

Got My Mind Set on You - George Harrison
Wild Wild Life - Talking Heads
Heartbeat - Gloria Jones
Sisters Are Doing It For Themselves - Eurhymics

Beat the Reaper - Firesign Theatre
Bertha - Grateful Dead
Other Guys Girls - Dave Edmunds
Cadillac - Stray Cats
Secret Agent Man Theme
Do You Want To Dance? - Del Shannon
Do YOu Wanna Dance? - David Lindley

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Afternoon Classics - Tuesday, November 17, 2009

It is good to be back to the normal (whatever that is!) after our successful pledge drive - thanks to all of our listeners. Not only does it keep us going on a sound basis (fiscally) but it also lets us know that you still like us out there!! that is really good! Well, to work and today's music:

Sonata in D minor by Johann Heinrich Schmelzer performed by the Trio Settecento (great sound!).
Variations on a Rococo Theme, Op. 33 by Peter Illyich Tchaikovsky. Nathaniel Rosen - cello; Emil Tabkov conducting the Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra.
Poem for Flute & Orchestra by Charles Tomlinson Griffes. Carol Wincenc - flute, Jo Ann Falleta conducting the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra.
Violin Concerto in B minor, Op. 61 of Sir Edward Elgar. Yehudi Menuhin on the violin; Sir Adrienn Boult conducting the New Philharmonia Orchestra.
Trauer Musik by Paul Hindemith. Geraldine Walther - viola; Herbert Blomstedt leading the San Francisco Symphony.
Symphony No. 1 in G minor "Winter Dreams" Op 13 by Peter Illyich Tchaikovsky; Antal Dorati conducting the London Symphony Orchestra.
Concierto Aranjuez of Joaquin Rodrigo. John Williams - guitar; Eugene Ormandy and The Philadelphia Orchestra
Der Schwanendreher by Paul Hindemith. Geraldine Walther - viola; Herbert Blomstedt and the San Francisco Symphony.

Tues CC with Katie B.11-17-09

Cheryl Wheeler
His Hometown
Sylvia Hotel
1999

Sarah Jarosz
I Can't Love you Now
Song Up in Her Head
2009

Justin Townes Earle
Half Way to Jackson
Midnight at the Movies
2009

Johnny Cash
Folsom Prison Blues
Live at Folsom Prison
Released 1999

Buddy Tabor
Voodoo Doll
Hope
2004

Spoon Jackson Poems
Beauty in Cell Bars
The Hand

http://www.spoonjackson.com/

Music inspired by Spoon Jackson:
Stefan Safsten/Spoon Jackson
Freedom for the Prisoners
2004

Eric Bibb
Forgiveness is Gold
Diamond Days

Carter Family
A Distant Land to Roam
Lonesome Pine Special
1971

Patsy Cline
Life's Railway to Heaven
Revisited
Rel. 2006

Panhandle Crabgrass Revival Band
Everything Was Cool
Rolling Six

Libby Roderick
America,America
If You See a Dream
1990

Blitzen Trapper
Lady on the Water
Furr
2008

I See Hawks in LA
Pale and Troubled Race
Hallowed Ground
2008

Nick Lowe
What's Shakin' on the Hill
Party of One
1995

Mary Chapin Carpenter
Why Walk When you can Fly
Stones in the Road
1994

Steve Earle
To Live's to Fly
Townes
2009

Tim Easton
Special 20
Live at Water Canyon
2008

Cedric Watson
Traditional
2008

Sunday, November 15, 2009

A Little Bit of Broadway

Cats
1981

One of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s favorite books as a child was Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats by T. S. Eliot. In 1981, he turned this whimsical book of poetry about Cats into a musical that ran for 21 years in London and over 18 in New York. (It's currently the 2nd longest running Broadway show, surpassed only by Lloyd Webber's Phanton of the Opera.) The Jellicle cats meet for their annual Jellicle ball to see who gets to be reborn to the heaviside layer. Not only did it win lots of awards, it introduced the now standard “Memory” to the world.

Act I
Overture - Orchestra
Prologue: Jellicle Songs For Jellicle Cats - The Company
The Naming Of Cats - The Company
The Invitation To The Jellicle Ball - Victoria the White Cat, Quaxo, Munkustrap
The Old Gumbie Cat - Jennyanydots, Munkustrap, Bombalurina, Jellylorum, Demeter
The Rum Tum Tugger - the Tugger, Company
Grizabella: The Glamour Cat - Grizabella, Demeter, Bombalurina
Bustopher Jones: The Cat About Town - Bustopher, Jennyanydots, Jellylorum, Bombalurina
Mungojerrie And Rumpleteazer - Mungojerrie, Rumpleteazer
Old Deuteronomy - Munkustrap, the Tugger, Old Deuteronomy
The Awefull Battle of The Pekes and the Pollicles - Munkustrap, First Pekie, First Pollicle, Pekie Leader, Pollicle Leader, Great Rumpus Cat
The Song of the Jellicles - The Company
The Jellicle Ball
Grizabella, The Glamour Cat (Reprise)
- Jellylorum, Jemima, Grizabella

Act II
The Moments Of Happiness - Old Deuteronomy, Jemima
Gus: The Theatre Cat - Asparagus, Jellylorum
Growltiger's Last Stand, incorporating 'The Ballad Of Billy M'Caw' - Growltiger, Griddelbone, Ghengis/Gilbert, the Siamese, the Crew
Gus: The Theater Cat (Reprise) - Asparagus
Skimbleshanks: The Railway Cat - Skimbleshanks, the Company
Macavity: The Mystery Cat - Bombalurina, Demeter, Macavity
Macavity Fight - Macavity, Munkustrap, Alonzo
Mr. Mistoffelees - Quaxo, otherwise known as Mr. Mistoffelees, the Tugger
Jellicle Choice - Jemima, Munkustrap, Old Deuteronomy
Memory - Grizabella
The Journey To The Heaviside Layer - The Company
Finale: The Ad-Dressing Of Cats - Old Deuteronomy

Music Andrew Lloyd Webber
Lyrics T. S. EliotTrevor Nunn
Book Andrew Lloyd WebberTrevor NunnGillian Lynne
Basis Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats by T. S. Eliot

We Like Kids 11-15-09 Snow Day

Yes! Good morning, it is so beautiful outside. Let's play in the snow :)

Sleigh Ride-Mark Shane's X-mas All Stars
Wintertime-Joanie Calem
Aurora-John McCutcheon
I Like Snow-Miss Sherri (Ehrlich)
Your Personal Penguin-Davy Jones
First Snow-Al DiMeola
Snowball-The Handsome Family
Dance of the Seasons-Jack Grunsky
The Polar Bear Stomp-The Chenille Sisters
Baby it's Cold Outside-Ray Charles & Betty Carter
Frosty the Snowman-Raffi
Glaciers-Bobby Horton (Lyrical Life Science)
We're All Going to the North Pole-Geof Johnson
Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow-Harry Connick Jr.
Shortnin' Bread-Miss Sherri
Hot Chocolate-John McCutcheon

That was just to top off our snow day with a warm wonderful snack. Take care, wrap up warm, and be safe. Love Ya, Miss Mie.

Friday, November 13, 2009

Friday Soundings 11/13

Host - John Gaguine

Last day of the pledge drive! Let's make our goal!

Cat Stevens - The Wind, Ruby Love
I heard on the radio today that Cat Stevens, now known as Yussuf Islam (sp?), today is starting his first tour since 1977 with a concert in Dublin

Tracy Nelson - Don't Go No Further (Willie Dixon), Tonight I'll Dream, Ladies' Man (with Phoebe Snow, Bonnie Raitt and Maria Muldaur)

Jane Monheit - I'll Be Seeing You, I Won't Dance (duet with Michel Buble), Over the Rainbow

Sam Cooke and the Soul Stirrers (gospel from the 1950s) - Touch the Hem of His Garment, Jesus Gave Me Water, The Last Mile of the Way

Joe Henderson, tenor sax - Felicidade, Dreamer (Vivo Sonhando) - both from a fine CD, Double Rainbow - The Music of Antonio Carlos Jobim

J. Geils Band - Serves You Right to Suffer (John Lee Hooker)
Rolling Stones -

Sunday, November 8, 2009

A Little Bit of Broadway

The King and I
1956 film version

Once upon a time a widow from Wales sailed with her young son to become the teacher of English to the children of the King of Siam. She wrote a book about her experiences, called Anna and the King of Siam. Broadway star Gertrude Lawrence read the book and knew it would be a wonderful Broadway show and a great role for her. She took it to Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II and they created a show that has entranced generations. From Getting to Know You to Whistle a Happy Tune to Hello, Young Lovers -- we all know these tunes. And it introduced the world to the ultimate King of Siam – Yul Brynner.

Deborah Kerr - Anna Leonowens (sung by Marni Nixon)
Yul Brynner - King Mongkut Of Siam
Rita Moreno - Tuptim (sung by Leona Gordon)
Terry Saunders - Lady Thiang
Martin Benson - Kralahome
Rex Thompson - Louis Leonowens
Patrick Adiarte - Prince Chulalongkorn
Alan Mowbray - Sir John Hay
Geoffrey Toone -Sir Edward Ramsay
Carlos Rivas - Lun Tha (sung by Reuben Fuentes)

Directed by Walter Lang
Produced by Charles Brackett
Written by Ernest Lehman
Margaret Landon (novel)
Oscar Hammerstein II (play)
Music by Richard Rodgers

We Like Kids! - 11/8/09

Birds

Bird Medley - Cathy & Marcy
Duck in New York City - Connie Kaldor
Quack Diddle O So - Red Grammer
Three Little Birds - Cedella Marley Booker
You Can Be A Shorebird Too - Good Dog

Philadelphia Chickens - Bacon Brothers
I Know a Chicken - Laurie Berkner
Ain't Nobody Here But Us Chickens - Eric Nagler
C-H-I-C-C-K-E-N - Kathy Kallick

Turkey in the Straw - Luz Masterson & Sean Blackburn
Turkey Burp Blues - Terry Lieberstein
Mockingbirg - Paul Lippert
Mockingbird Polka - Cathy & Marcy & Brave Combo
Hummingbird - Kaleidoscope
I Had a Rooster - John Lithgow

Mockingbird Hill - Maria Muldaur
The Crow & the Pitcher - Heather Forest
Pelican Will - Bill Shontz

ABC DEF GHI - Big Bird
I've Got Two - Big Bird & Friends

Saturday, November 7, 2009

A Mudlark Sampler 11.7.09 with Chris

Mudlark is acoustic music for ears wide open for everything from traditional to new music.
*New music and old friends this week on A Mudlark Sampler.



















Cut / Artist / Album

* Cold Nights of Winter / Jay Ungar and Molly Mason / The Pleasures of Winter
* Hoedown at Alice's / Steve Martin / The Crow
* Wally on the Run / Steve Martin / The Crow

* Where's Love Come From / Tim O'Brien / Chameleon
* Tied Down, Home Free / Robin and Linda Williams / Buena Vista
Cherokee Shuffle / Hot Club of Cowtown / Ghost Train
Owl Feather / John Hartford / Live from the Mountain Stage
Gentle on My Mind / John Hartford / Live from the Mountain Stage
Antagonish Waltz / Olga Symphony / Wreck of the Olga Symphony

Had an Old Coat / Claudia Schmidt & Sally Rogers / While I Live
Love is a Song / Claudia Schmidt & Sally Rogers / While I Live
Semiahmoo Shindig / The Tiller's Folly / Ghosts of the Mighty Fraser
* Dance, Dance, Dance / Pat Surface & the Boundary Water Boys /Canoe Grass Revival
* Get out There & Dance / Tim O'Brien / Chameleon
Maple Leaf Two Step / Olga Symphony / Seriously?

* Pretty Flowers / Steve Martin w/ Vince Gill, Dolly Parton / The Crow
Forget-me-nots / Hot Club of Cowtown / Ghost Train
* Colonel Prentiss / Ricky Skaggs / Songs My Dad Loved
Foggy, Foggy Dew / Tim O'Brien / Cornbread Nation

* Log Jam / Pat Surface & the Boundary Water Boys / Canoe Grass Revival
* The Housewife's Lament / Among the Oak and Ash / Among the Oak and Ash
* Joseph Hillström / Among the Oak and Ash / Among the Oak and Ash
Cuckoo's nest, Fitzgeralds Hornpipe, Indian on the Rock / Grey Larsen & Paddy League / The Green House
* One Step at a Time / Cheryl Wheeler / Pointing at the Sun
Simple Gearle / Stacey Earle / Simple Gearle

Going, Going Gone / Greg Brown / Poet Game
Wood River / Priscilla Herdman / Darkness into Light
Margaret's Waltz / Olga Symphony /Wreck of the Olga Symphony
Fields of Gold / Eva Cassidy / Songbird
* Calloway / Ricky Skaggs / Songs My Father Loved

Over and Out until December, Chris

Ambient Groove -- November 7, 2009

Playlist for Saturday, November 7th

Set 1

If, Michael Nyman
A Mysterious Forest, The Who
Celestial Soda Pop, Ray Lynch

Set 2

Hymn, Masters of Chant
Omaggio, Nathan Pacheco
Sadness (Part 1), Masters of Chant
In Paradisum, Cistercian Monks of Stift Heiligenkreuz
Libera Me, Cistercian Monks of Stift Heiligenkreuz
Ecce Quam Bonum, Gregorian Chant
Halleleju: Tota Pulchra Es, Capella Gregoriana

Set 3

I, Stillness, Kevin Keller Ensemble
Japanese Fields, Paul Heinerman
Hymn of the Worlds, Cirque de Soleil

Set 4

White Oleander, Martin Tillman
The Big Ship, Brian Eno
Winter Music, Roger Eno
Summertime, Peter Gabriel

Set 5

Bare Bones, Blue States
Turning to Peace, Paul Schwartz
Innocent Moon, Will Ackerman
Star Matter, Ani DiFranco
Come Sunday, Alex de Grassi
Lightdance, David Arkenstone

Set 6

Shona Bridge, Michael Brook
. . . Passing By, Ulrich Schnauss
Lullaby, Bill Douglas
Gentle Blessings, Jim Chappell

Friday, November 6, 2009

Friday Soundings 10/6

Host - John Gaguine

Chet Baker, trumpet - Heather on the Hill (from the Lerner and Loewe musical Brigadoon)

Dan Block, clarinet and tenor sax - Tempus Fugit (Bud Powell), New Orleans (Hoagy Carmichael), Hy'a Sue (Duke Ellington)

Lil' Ed and the Blues Imperials - Woman in the Castle (Lil Ed), First I Look at the Purse (Smokey Robinson, in a very un-Smokey like tune also done by the J. Geils Band), Pet Cream Man (J.B. Hutto, Lil Ed's uncle)

Pancho Sanchez - JB's Strut, Raise Your Hand (Eddie Floyd/Steve Cropper, and featuring Floyd, Cropper and Booker T. Jones)

Liz Mandeville (formerly Liz Mandville Greeson) - Red Top, Hold Me (with Eddy Shaw on tenor sax), Guilty of Rockin' All Night (with Shaw again) - all written by Mandeville

Gerry Mulligan - Rico Apollo (Mulligan), Splendor in the Grass (from the movie soundtrack by David Amram)

Kim Nalley - My Baby Just Care for Me (Gus Kahn/Walter Donaldson), Say It Isn't So (Irving Berlin)
Ronee Martin - Loves Me Like a Rock (Paul Simon)

Lil' Ed and the Imperials again - Toothache (Lil' Ed), Take Five (Hound Dog Taylor), Packin' Up (Lil' Ed)

David Sanborn, alto sax, with Linda Ronstadt - The Water Is Wide (traditional)

Stanton Moore III - I Shall Not Be Moved (traditional), Water from an Ancient Well

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Afternoon Classics - Thursday, November 5, 2009

This has been a day of gremlins, 'nuff said.
Sonata No. 1 in G minor, Op. 27, No. 1 of Eugene Yasaÿe played by Thomas Zehetmair - violin.
Variations on a Theme of Corelli Op. 42 by Sergei Rachmaninov Alexander Romanovsky at the piano.
Adagio for Strings, Op. 11 Samuel Barber Leonard Slatkin Saint Louis Symphony
Symphony in C by Igor Stravinsky with the composer conducting the CBC Symphony Orchestra, Toronto.
Marche Slav, Op. 31 by Peter I. Tchaikovsky. Erich Kunzel conducting the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra.
Cossack Dance from Mazeppa by Peter I. Tchaikovsky; Erich Kunzel conducting the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra.
Second Rhapsody for Piano & Orchestra by George Gershwin with Stewart Goodyear at the piano; Erich Kunzel conducting the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra and numerous gremlins.
Symphony No. 3 in A minor, Op. 44 of Sergei Rachmaninov. Mariss Jansens conducting the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra.
Symphonic Dances, Op. 45 of Sergei Rachmaninov again with Mariss Jansens and the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra.
Serenade for String Orchestra, Op. 48 by Peter I. Tchaikovsky. A classic recording with Eugene Ormandy conducting The Philadelphia Orchestra.

thursday the 5th sneaks up on you in crosscurrents land

1. have no fear - lovelifemusic
2. face a face - saga - Am thinking there might be a reason this never gets played. the first minute in preview were far better than the rest of the song.
3. mourya re - don soundtrack (that movie where you root for the drug lord)
4. sana wara sana - nancy ajram
5. pas o panori (near the water) there is a beautiful gypsy girl. gimme water mana, for she is HOT!
6. ma da nikhaj (don't go away) - both by vera bila
7. alvdals polska
8. lehmankello - both by boot
9. hibbaki - the killer stk. more bollywood fun
10. I've got no money but I'm not broke - ranarim (as opposed to flat busted)
11. jane ke jane na - jaan-e-mann stk (let's fall in love again)
12. agaba - natacha atlas its a love song.
13. lament - turkmen from iran
14. mashq-e-javanan - tajik/uzbek
15. wele wele wineou - oumou sangare a song about these fathers who offer their young girls up for marriage before they mature and that they should be able to choose their partners.
16. rasputin - boney m giggle
17. tei - fania
18. pour le monde - crowded house
19. the wind turns - ranarim
20. elli tmanetoh - nawal el zoghbi
21. sitare - oojami
22. el carrettero - guillermo portabales
23. a man has needs - the arrogant worms
24. battle - beats antique

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Afternoon Classics - Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Much music today and a visit with the people from the Mikado - no Lord High Executioner though!
Cello Concerto in D, G 476 by Luigi Boccherini with Yo-Yo Ma at the cel and Ton Koopman at the harpsichord and conducting The Amsterdam Baroque.
Symphony No. 36 in C, KV 425 "Linz" of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart performed by Sir Neville Marriner conducting the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields.
Symphony No. 1 in C minor, Op. 68 of Johannes Brahms. Sir Charles Mackerras conducting the Scottish Chamber Orchestra.
An interview with John Clough and Hal Ryder from the production of the "Mikado" at Thunder Mountain High School. This is a coproduction of Juneau Lyric Opera and The Seattle Gilbert & Sullivan Society.
Musical Heritage Society music from "The Mikado" by Gilbert & Sullivan. Peter Robinson conducting the English National Opera Orchestra & Chorus.
Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso, Op. 28 by Camille Saint-Saens. Kyung Wha Chung - violin; Charles Dutoit and The Royal Philharmonic.
Academic Festival Overture, Op. 80 by Johannes Brahms. Once more Sir Charles Mackerras and the Scottish Chamber Orchestra.
String Quartet in F, Op. 132 by Ludwig van Beethoven performed by The Tokyo String Quartet.
Charm Bracelet by Franz Waxman. Lawrence Foster conducting the Orquestra Sinfonica de Barcelona i Nacional de Cataluna.

Wednesday Soundings

Host - John Gaguine

Louisiana!

Irma Thomas - The Story of My Life

New Orleans Nightcrawlers - Just a Little While to Stay Here, Thursday Morning Revival

Irma - Love Don't Change (with Marcia Ball anad Tracy Nelson), I Never Fool Nobody But Me (Doc Pomus and Dr. John), Yield Not to Temptation (with Ball and Nelson)

Dr. John - Gris-Gris Gumbo Ya Ya, Iko Iko, Mos' 'Scocious

Pete Fountain - You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby, 'Deed I Do

Mary Chapin Carpenter - Down at the Twist and Shout
Creedence Clearwater Revival - Born on the Bayou
Roy Orbison - Blue Bayou

Beausoleil - Maman Rosin Boudreaux, Les Blues de Creve de Faim, Johnny Peut Pas Dancer (Johnny Can't Dance)

Art Hodes, piano, and group, featuring Volly DeFaut on clarinet - Ode to Louis Armstrong (Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans?, Sleepy Time Down South)

Harry Connick, Sr. - not the famous one, but his dad, for decades the District Attorney in New Orleans, and a talented singer too - Five Foot Two Eyes of Blue, Pennies from Heaven, Up a Lazy River (Hoagy Carmichael), Rocky Mountain Moon (with Connick, Jr.)

Irma Thomas - All I Know is the Way I Feel

Wednesday Crosscurrents 11/4

Hosts - John Gaguine and Mike Godkin

Today - Train songs

Sheena Easton - Morning Train (9 to 5)

Pete Seeger - I've Been Working on the Railroad, The Wreck of Ol' 97, The Wabash Cannonball
Arlo Guthrie - Rock Island
Kingston Trio - M.T.A.

Gordon Lightfoot - Steel Rail Blues, Canadian RR Trilogy

Van Morrison, Lonnie Donegan and Chris Barber - Midnight Special
Chambers Brothers - People Get Ready
Neil Young - Train of Love
Joni Mitchell - Just Like This Train

The Monkees - Last Train to Clarksville
Arlo Guthrie - City of New Orleans

Glenn Miller - Chattanooga Choo Choo
? - Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe
Duke Ellington Orchestra - Take the "A" Train (Billy Strayhorn)

Al Kooper/Steve Stills (from the 1968 Supersession CD) - It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry (Bob Dylan)
Flying Burrito Brothers - Rollin' in My Sweet Baby's Arms
Linda Ronstadt (with the Beechwood Rangers) - Life Is Like a Mountain Railway
Crosby, Stills and Nash - Marrakesh Express (Graham Nash)

James Talley - Hear That Lonesome Whistle (Talley)
Tom Rush - Mobile-Texas Line (Carr)
Asleep at the Wheel - My Baby Thinks She's a Train

Tony Rice - Night Flyer
Grateful Dead - Casey Jones

The Easy Beats (a non-train song) - Friday on My Mind - huge hit for them in 1967, their only American hit

Wednesday Crosscurrents 11/4

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Afternoon Classics - Tuesday, November 3, 2009

From Corelli to Kish, it is a good day for music! (Always!!)
Sonata da camera, Op. 2, #4 of Arcangelo Corelli. Charles Medlam and the London Baroque performing.
Kammermusik No. 5, Op. 36, No. 4 by Paul Hindemith. Riccardo Chailly conducting members of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra.
Introduction and Allegro for Orch & String Quartet by Edward Elgar. Sir John Barbirolli and the Sinfonia of London.
String Quartet No. 11 in C minor, Op. 61 by Antonin Dvorak performed by The Mendelssohn Quartet. An early recording of the Quartet on a Musical Heritage Society LP.
Fantasia on a Theme of Thomas Tallis by Ralph Vaughan Williams. Performed by Sir John Barbirolli and the New Philharmonia Orchestra.
Symphony in E minor "Gaelic" of Amy Beach, Kenneth Schermerhorn conducting the Nashville Symphony Orchestra.
Pulsar (2003) by Augusta Read Thomas played by Jennifer Koh on the violin.
Symphony No. 1 in Fminor, Op. 10 of Dmitri Shostakovich Jesus Lopez-Cobos and the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.
Lachen Verlernt (2002) by Esa-Pekka Salonen performed by Jennifer Koh - violin.
Three pieces from "Enchanted" by David M Matthew Kish with Leonid Shushansky/Nea Kiss -violins; Darrett Adkins - Cello, David Kish -piano.
Flight of the Bumble-Bee Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov Anthony Bramall CSR Symphony Orchestra, Bratislava.

Tues CC with Katie B and Kaitlyn B 110309

It's Cliche Day!
info at: www.wellcat.com

Michael Jackson

Planet Earth (Poem)

This is It

2009



Michael Jackson

Earth Song

This is It

2009



Norah Jones

Not Too Late

Until the End

2006



The Weepies

Antartica

Hideaway

2008



Los Fabulosos Cadillacs

Siguiendo la Luna

Vasos Vacios

1993



Los Pinguos

Tierra Santos

Putamayo

Baila Latin Dance Party

2006
Mammals
Tahoe
Bootleg SixPack
2007

Annie and the Bee Keepers
Again and Again
Paste Magazine Sampler #57

Buddy Tabor
Don Drew
Box of Pain
2007

Dirty Old Town
The Pogues

Michael Jackson
Human Nature
This is It
2009

Michael Jackson
Workin Day and Night
Demo
Off the Wall
Released 2009

Michael Jackson
Beat It Demo
This is It
Rel. 2009

Michael Franti and Spearhead
Little Bit of Riddim
All Rebel Rockers
2008

Nina Simone featuring Mike Mangini
Gimme Some

Katie Herzig
Hey Na Na
Apple Tree
2008

Leonard Cohen
No Way to Say Goodbye
Live from the Isle of Wight 1970
Rel. 2009

Van Morrison
There Stands the Glass
Pay the Devil
2006

Devendra Banhart
Angelika
What Will Be
2009

SeaWolf
You're a Wolf
Leaves in the River
2007

MoonAlice
Dance Inside the Lightening
MoonAlice
2009

Tom Petty
Refugee
Greatest Hits
1993

Buddy Guy
She Got the Devil in Her
Sweet Tea
2001

Monday, November 2, 2009

Jazz Tonight ~ November 2, 2009

Playlist for Monday, November 2nd

Set 1

My Ship ~ Andy Martin
Quando, Quando, Quando ~ Michael Buble feat. Nelly Furtado
The Love of My Life ~ Us3
Love After Midnight ~ Jazzra
The Only One ~ Jazzra
Platypus ~ Ben Allison

Set 2

The Peacocks ~ Esperanza Spalding
Inside Out ~ Kenny Barron
Powerhouse ~ Joe Lovano and Us Five
Open Your Eyes, You Can Fly ~ Lizz Wright

Set 3

Wise One ~ John Patitucci
Something's Got a Hold On Me ~ John Scofield
Strange Fruit ~ Dee Dee Bridgewater
Comin' Up ~ Vijay Iyer
Take Five ~ Dave Brubeck Quartet
Freakish ~ Anthony Coleman
Some Enchanted Evening ~ Harry Connick, Jr.

Set 4

Blue Shoes ~ Katie Melua
Cognac Blues ~Dizzy Gillespie
Cocktails for Two ~ Dizzy Gillespie
Sentimental Journey ~ Harry Zimmerman
I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face ~ Tony Bennett and Count Basie
The Very Thought of You ~ Chris Botti feat. Paul Cole
Baby I'm A Fool ~ Melody Gardot

Sunday, November 1, 2009

A Little Bit of Broadway

Sweeney Todd

We Like Kids! - 11/1/09

We Like Kids!
Playlist
11/01/09
Time

Good Morning - Craig & Co.
Rock Around The Clock - Bill Haley & the Comets
Time Machine - Eric Herman and the Invisible Band
Grandfather's Clock - Doc Watson
Turn! Turn! Turn! - The Byrds

In The Fall - Laura Freeman
Autumn Winds - Mike & Carleen McCormick
Waiting for Snow - John McCutcheon
I Can't Wait for Spring - Sarah Pirtle
Wish For Tomorrow - Cathy & Marcy

The Fastest Draw in the West - Jim Weiss
Fast & Slow - The Laurie Berkner Band
Speed Turtle - Brian Wilson

It's Time for Mardi Gras - Johnette Downing
Bathtime - Raffi
Blue Sky Time - Kaleidoscope
Take Time in Life - Fox & Branch
Time to Get Ready to Go - Parachutte Express