Saturday, May 29, 2010

Jazz Beat, May 29, 2010

JAZZ BEAT, MAY 29, 2010

1. ARTIST: Jeff Antoniuk & the Jazz Update
SONG: "Brotherhood."
ALBUM: "Brotherhood."

2. ARTIST: Jeff Antoniuk & the Jazz Update
with local musicians & singers.

3.ARTIST: Jeff Antoniuk & the Jazz Update
SONG: "Meet Me at the Ponderosa."
ALBUM: "Brotherhood."

4. ARTISTS: Local Artists & Jeff Antoniuk
SONG: Straight No Chaser medley.
VENUE: Live at the Juneau Jazz & Classics Jazz Jam.

5. ARTIST:Jeff Antoniuk & Local Musicians
SONG: "Lester Leaps In."
VENUE: Live at the Juneau Jazz & Classics Jazz Jam.

===========================================8 P.M.
6. ARTIST: Thunder Mountain Big Band with Ingrid Jensen & Jeff Antoniuk.
SONG: "Mac the Knife."
VENUE: University of Alaska Southeast
Juneau Jazz & Classics Community Day Concert.

7. ARTIST: Thunder Mountain Big Band with Ingred Jensen & Jeff Antoniuk.
SONG: "Stompin' At The Savoy."
VENUE: University of Alaska Southeast
Juneau Jazz & Classics Community Day Concert.

8. ARTIST: Thunder Mountain Big Band with Ingred Jensen & Jeff Antoniuk.
SONG: "Cerulian Sea."
VENUE: University of Alaska Southeast
Juneau Jazz & Classics Community Day Concert.

9.ARTIST:Thunder Mountain Big Band with John Heywood vocalist.
SONG: "Angel Eyes."
VENUE: University of Alaska Southeast
Juneau Jazz & Classics Community Day Concert.

10.ARTIST: Thunder Mountain Big Band with John Heywood vocalist.
SONG: "The Lady Is A Tramp."
VENUE: University of Alaska Southeast
Juneau Jazz & Classics Community Day Concert.

11. ARTIST: Thunder Mountain Big Band.
SONG: "The Days of Wine and Roses."
VENUE: University of Alaska Southeast
Juneau Jazz & Classics Community Day Concert.

12.ARTIST: Juneau Douglas High School Jazz Band #2
SONG: "Girl from Ipenema."
VENUE: VENUE: University of Alaska Southeast
Juneau Jazz & Classics Community Day Concert.

13.ARTIST: Juneau Douglas High School Jazz Band #2
SONG: "One Note Samba."
VENUE: University of Alaska Southeast
Juneau Jazz & Classics Community Day Concert.

14. ARTIST: Juneau Douglas High School Jazz Band #1
SONG: "Feather Report."
VENUE: University of Alaska Southeast
Juneau Jazz & Classics Community Day Concert.

15. ARTIST: Juneau Douglas High School Jazz Band #1
SONG: "Good Time Charlie."
VENUE: University of Alaska Southeast
Juneau Jazz & Classics Community Day Concert.


Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Jazz Beat, May 1, 2010

JAZZ BEAT/ MAY 1, 2010

1. ARTIST: Holly Cole.
SONG: "Heart of Saturday Night."
ALBUM: "Temptation."

2. ARTIST: Willy Nelson & Wynton Marsalis.
SONG: "Nightlife."
ALBUM: "Two Men With The Blues."

3. ARTIST: Willy Nelson & Wynton Marsalis.
SONG: "Rainy Day Blues."
ALBUM: "Two Men With The Blues."

4. ARTIST: Willy Nelson & Wynton Marsalis.
SONG: "Stardust."
ALBUM: "Two Men With The Blues."

5. ARTIST: Jay Patten
SONG: "Harlem Nocturne."
ALBUM: "Night Blue."

6. ARTIST: Al DiMeola
SONG: "Two To Tango."
ALBUM: "Splendido Hotel."

7. ARTIST: The Bad Plus
SONG: "Tom Sawyer."
ALBUM: "Prog."

8. ARTISTS: Curt Ramm, Dan Moretti, Bill Cunliffe
SONG: "Going Nowhere Fast."
ALBUM: "Foundations."

9. ARTIST: Eddie 'Lockjaw' Davis
SONG: "On Green Dolphin Street."
ALBUM: "Body & Soul."

10. ARTIST: The Harry Allen Quartet.
SONG: April In Paris."
ALBUM: "Someone to Light Up My Life."

11. ARTIST: Carla Bley, Charlie Haden & Friends
SONG: "The People United Will Never Be Defeated."
ALBUM: The Ballad of the Fallen."

12. ARTIST: DJ Krush & Toshinori Kondo
SONG: "Mu Getsu."
ALBUM: "Ki Oku."

13. ARTIST: Bill Frisell
SONG: "Over the Rainbow."
ALBUM: "Finding Forester Soundtrack."

14. ARTIST: Chris Botti
SONG: "Miami Overnight."
ALBUM: "Night Moves."

15. ARTIST: Miles Davis
SONG: "Recollections."
ALBUM: "Finding Forester Soundtrack."

16. ARTIST: Louis Bonfa
SONG: " Black Orpheus."
ALBUM: M&M Gets Requests.

Jazz Beat, May 15, 2010

JAZZ BEAT, MAY 15, 2010

1.ARTIST: Jesse Cook
SONG: “Bogata By Bus”
ALBUM: “the Rumba Foundation.”

2. ARTIST: Jesse Cook
SONG: “Santa Marta.”
ALBUM: “the Rumba Foundation.”

3. ARTIST: Jesse Cook
SONG: “Tuesday’s Child.”
ALBUM: “the Rumba Foundation.”

4. ARTIST: Brad Mehldau
SONG: “Highway Rider.”
ALBUM: “Highway Rider.”

5. ARTIST: Brad Mehldau
SONG: “The Falcon Will Fly Again.”
ALBUM: “Highway Rider.”

6. ARTIST: One for All
SONG: “Road to Marostica.”
ALBUM: “Return to the Lineup.”

7. ARTIST: Klein, Kireyev, Washburne
SONG: “Yours Truly.”
ALBUM: “Sunday Morning.”

8. ARTIST: David Hazeltine
SONG: “Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most.”
ALBUM: “Optimist.”

9. ARTIST: Betty Roach
SONG: “Take the ‘A’ Train.”
ALBUM: “Some Kind of Cool.”

10. ARTIST: Trevor Watts
SONG: “Tribute to Don Cherry.”
ALBUM: “Moire Music Group.”

11. ARTIST: Miles Davis
SONG: “Miles Runes the Voodoo Down.”
ALBUM: “Bitches Brew.”

12. ARTIST: One Night Trio
SONG: “My Funny Valentine.”
ALBUM: “One Night Trio.”

13. ARTIST: Pat Metheny
SONG: “Spirit of the Air.”
ALBUM: “Orchestrion.”

14. ARTIST: Ahn Trio
SONG: “The Heart Asks Pleasure First.”
ALBUM: “Ahn Plugged.”

15. ARTIST: Gregg August Sextet
SONG: One for Louis.”
ALBUM: “One Peace.”

Monday, May 24, 2010

TideLine 05-24-2010

Reliable - Tim Easton
Don't Regret - Five Chinese Brothers
Got To FInd Blind Lemon - Geoff Muldaur
Grace - Michelle Malone
Last Night of the World - Bruce Cockburn
Down to the Delta - Bruce Cockburn
The Mountain - Levon Helm
Little Birds - Levon Helm
When the Levee Breaks - John Campbell
The GIrl I Left Behind - Levon Helm
Knockin on Heavens Door - Bob Dylan
Simple Twist of Fate - Bob Dylan
Calvary - Levon Helm
The Revolution Starts Now - Steve Earl
Rich Man's War - Steve Earl
Ana Lee - Levon Helm
Daniel and the Sacred Harp - The Band
King Harvest - The Band
Got Me a Woman - Levon Helm
Rag Mama Rag - The Band
Bad Penny - Billy Bragg
Ontario, Quebec and Me- Billy Bragg
Rule Nor Reason - Billy Bragg
This is the Sea - The WaterBoys
The Whole of the Moon - The Waterboys
A Train Robbery - Levon Helm

Sunday, May 23, 2010

A Little Bit of Broadway

Finian's Rainbow

Between now and the awards ceremony, we are going to listen to as many of the Tony Awards nominated shows as we can. Finian’s Rainbow tells the story of the Irishman Finian McLonergan and his daughter Sharon who travel to a small Southern town in the mythical state of Missitucky with plans to bury a stolen pot of gold in the shadows of Fort Knox, in the mistaken belief it will grow and multiply. The musical's lush score by Burton Lane and E. Y. Harburg contains several beloved standards. It’s been nominated for 3 awards –

Best Revival of a Musical
Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical Kate Baldwin
Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical Christopher Fitzgerald

Music: Burton Lane
Lyrics: E.Y. Harburg
Book: E.Y. Harburg, Fred Saidy

2009 Revival Cast
Finian: Jim Norton
Sharon: Kate Baldwin
Woody: Cheyenne Jackson
Susan: Alina Faye
Og: Christopher Fitzgerald
Senator Rawkins: David Schramm

What do we know Yip Harburg best for? Why The Wizard of Oz, of course!

We Like Kids

Hosts - Jack and Tulio Fontanella

Big Baby J, The Terrible Twos, Jerzy the Giant
Garbage, My Changing Planet
Scary Things, John Bidel, Kid Pan Alley

Wake up, The Verve Pipe, A Family Album
Jammy Put On, Rhythm Child, Drum Circle Sing-a-long
We had to Go Home, The Verve Pipe, A Family Album

Banogue Bridge, Saron Kennedy, More Irish folk Tales for Kids

Laundry Bag, A Duck in New York City
Mama Llama, Hullabaloo, Sing Along with Sam
Arrh!, Mike Mennard, Pirates Do the Darndest Things

Mujina, Alton Chung, Obake! Lacadio Hearn's Strange Tales from Japan

Windows, The Movement, Figureheads
The Lion Sleeps Tonight, Morgan Heritage, The Disney Reggae Club
Early in the Morning/Blow the Man Down, Mike Mennard, Pirates Do the Darndest Things
Tsetang Gangla, Raffi, Songs of the World

Saturday, May 22, 2010

Ambient Groove 05-22-2010

Joni Mitchell - Hits CD

Urge for Going

Waterboys - Room to Roam CD

In Search of a Rose

Song from the End of the World

A Man is in Love

Joni Mitchel - Hits CD

Chelsea Morning

Big Yellow Taxi


Joe Pass - Resonance CD

It could happen to you.


Too Late Now

How Deep is the Ocean

Come Rain or Come Shine

The Lamp is Low

Yardbird Suite

N. E. C. Blues


Bloos for Baby

Duke Robillard and Herb Ellis - More conversation in swing guitar CD

Moten Swing

Train to Texas

Al Copley and Hal Singer - Royal Blue CD

Al Copley - Jump on It CD

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Tideline 5-18-10

Dennis Victor Allen - Bootlegger's Daughter
Cherryholmes IV - Making Pretend
Shonti Elder - Ookpik Waltz
Ali Farka Toure - Samba Geladio
Sweet Honey in the Rock - In the Middle of the Night
Vasen - Bjorkbergspolskan
Dr. Loco's Rockin' Jalepeno Band - Muevete
Crooked Still - Half Of What We Know
Ladysmith Black Mambazo - Dona Nobis Pacem
The Yoshida Brothers - Kodo
Falling Rain (World Music Sampler Vol. 2)
Miguel Angel Cortes - De Corales
Soweto Gospel Choir - Jesu Ngowethu
Bebel Gilberto - Sun Is Shining
Caetano Veloso - Por quem?
Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu - Gurrumul history (I was born blind)
Rokia Traore - Zen
Tony Allen - Ijo
Sweet Honey in the Rock - When I Grow Up
Conjunto Jardin - El Colas
Los Pleneros De La 21 - Angelito
Kutandara - United We Can

Saturday, May 15, 2010

Mudlark Sampler 5/15/10

Host - Jack Fontanella

Henry Kings Reel, Stuart Bros., Mounrtaineer
Lost Train Blues, Old Sledge
When I Can Read My Titles Clear, Government Issue Orchestra
Pretty Saro, Old Sledge

Shooting Creek, Traynam and Garriock, Turkey in the Mountain
Dickie and Johson, Smith and Jones, Glow
Little Pink, Southern Schoolhouse Rascals

Those Brown Eyes, Ginny Hawker and Tracey Schwarz, Good Songs for Hard Times
Touch My Heart, Ginny Hawker and Tracey Schwarz, Good Songs for Hard Times
On the Banks of the River,same as above, Draw Closer
Go Home, Same as above
Lonesome for You, Same as above, Good Songs for Hard Times

Texas Gals, Plank Road, FRC
Flying Indian, Flatiron Stringband
Shotening Bread, Tom, Brad and Alice, Been There Still

Chinquinkapin Hunting, Hiram Stamper, Field Recording
Chinquapin Hunting, Cliffhangers, On the Edge
Chinquapin Hunting, Government Issue Orchestra

Chinquapin Hunting, Hiram Stamper, Digital Library of Appalachia
Chinka Pin Hunting, Art Stamper, Lost Fiddler
Chinquapin Hunting, David Grier, Panorama

Yew Piney Mountain/Mama Always Told Me, Albermarle Ramblers, Gentlemen fromVirginia
Kicked Up a Devil of a Row, Hart and Blech, A Devil of a Row
Johnny Court the Widow, The Stuart Bros., Mountaineer
Pretty Polly, Old Sledge, EP

Ambient Groove -- May 15, 2010

Playlist for Saturday, May 15th

Set 1

Dreamtime, Paul Adams
Lovers Embrace, Phobos
After the Moon, Unpanishad
Desert Wind, Radiophonic

Set 2

Inner Membrane, Govinda
Soar Angelic, Makyo

Set 3

Serpentine, Essence
Embrace, Shastro
Mysteries of the Seven Chakras, Maximus and Ensemble Ethnique
Red Muladhara, No Noise

Set 4

Gift of Love, Nadama
Sea of Tranquility, Lotus
Resurrection, Delerium
High Little Moon, Wu Man
Message, Roya
The Eternal Vow, Tan Dun feat. Yo-Yo Ma
A Love Before Time, CoCo Lee feat. Yo-Yo Ma

Set 5

Hold On, Sarah McLachlan
Try to Believe, Ginger
Rain Day, Jesse Cook
Her Beautiful Soul, Sunday Morning
Home to You, What Bird

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Afternoon Classics May 11, 12 &l 13, 2010

Sorry for the delay in posting the playlists for this week. I have been recovering the data from a defunct laptop to a new one. It is not a fun job. Anyway for the music here we go:

Tuesday, May 11th
Trio in G Major, Hob. XI: 124 Joseph Haydn Kenneth Slowik - baryton, Steven Dann - viola; and Myron Lutzke - cello
Trio in G Minor, Op. 17 Clara Schumann The Castle Trio
Symphony No. 3 in F, Op. 90 Johannes Brahms Leonard Bernstein New York Philharmonic
Theme from Il Postino Luis Bacalov Giséle Ben-Dor Santa Barbara Symphony Orchestra
Oblivion Astor Piazzolla Giséle Ben-Dor Santa Barbara Symphony Orchestra
Blues (c. 1943) William Grant Still Fritz Gearhardt - violin, Victor Steinhardt - piano
Lyric Quartet William Grant Still Oregon String Quartet
Symphony No. 1, Afro-American William Grant Still John Jeter Fort Smith Symphony
Selections from Little Folk Suite William Grant Still Oregon String Quartet
Three Symphonic Movements: Buenos Aires Astor Piazzolla Giséle Ben-Dor Santa Barbara Symphony Orchestra
Danzas de Panama (1948) William Grant Still Oregon String Quartet

Wednesday, May 12th
Trio in A minor, Hob. XI: 87 Joseph Haydn Kenneth Slowik - Baryton, Steven Dann - viola, Myron Lutzke - cello
Trio in D minor, Op. 63 (1847) Robert Schumann The Castle Trio
Symphony No. 5 Ludwig van Beethoven Gunther Schuller The Gunther Schuller Orchestra
Jeux Poéme Dansé) Claude Debussy Bernard Haitink Royal Concertgebouw
Féte Claude Debussy Bernard Haitink Royal Concertgebouw
Pulcinella (Suite) Igor Stravinsky Igor Stravinsky Columbia Symphony Orchestra
Triple Concerto for Bandonéon, etc (2003) Luis Bacalov Luis Bacalov - piano, Giséle Ben-Dor Santa Barabara Symphony Orchestra
Symphony No. 1 in F minor, Op. 10 Dmitri Shostakovich Jésus López-Cobos Cincinnati Symphony
Elms bathed in sunshine (2001) Takayoshi Yanagida Kazuyoshi Akiyama Tokyo Symphony Orchestra

May 13th, Thursday
Macbeth Overture Sir Arthur Sullivan Sir Charles Mackerras BBC Symphony Orchestra
Piano Sonata No. 6 in D major, K 284 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Heidi Lowy - piano
Swedish Rhapsody No. 1, Op. 19 Hugo Alfven Sergiu Commissiona Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
Piano Trio in G major, Op. 1, No. 2 Ludwig van Beethoven The Gryphon Trio
Cello Concerto Sir Arthur Sullivan Paul Watkins - cello; Sir Charles Mackerras BBC Symphony Orchestra
Hebrides Overture (Fingal's Cave) Op. 26 Felix Mendelssohn Sir Alexander Gibson Scottish National Orchestra
Symphony No. 4 in A, Op. 90 "Italian" Felix Mendelssohn Yoel Levi Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
Rapsodie pour orchestre et saxophone Claude Debussy Kenneth Radnofsky - sax; Kurt Masur New York Philharmonic
Overture & Incidental Music "Midsummer's Night Dream" Felix Mendelssohn Yoel Levi Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
Prélude á l'aprés-midi d'un faune Claude Debussy Kurt Masur New York Philharmonic

Thurs TL with Katie B and Kaitlyn 5-13-10

Kris Eli Jones

Open Country

North Winds


Joe Pug



Buddy Tabor

Abandoned Cars and Broken Hearts



Ginny Hawker and Tracy Schwartz

Fog on the Water

Good Songs for Hard Times


John Hiatt

The Open Road

The Open Road


Ryan Bingham

Bread and Water



Hank Williams

Your Cheating Heart

Just Me and My Guitar

Rolling Stones

Prodigal Son


Sister Golden Hair


Born on the Bayou

Creedence Clear Water

Waterboy Soundtrack

John Fogerty and the Blue Ridge Rangers

Rides Again

Change in the Weather


Neko Case

Train from Kansas City

The Tigers Have Spoken


The Mavericks

There Goes My Heart

What a Crying Shame


I'm the only hell my Mama Ever Rasied

Hank Williams III

Touch My Heart

Tribute to Johnny Paycheck

Neko Case

Rated X

The Tigers Have Spoken


John Fogerty, Don Henley, Timothy Schmidt

Garden Party

The Blue Ridge Rangers Rides Again


Ruth Moody

The Garden

The Garden


Wailing Jennys

Come All you Sailors

40 Days


Fruit Bats

Singing Joy to the World

The Ruminant Band


Raul Malo

Things Can Happen That Way

Tribute to Johnny Cash


Ginny Walker and Tracey Schwartz

Katie Dear

Draw Closer


Josh Ritter


So Runs the World Away


Trimmed and Burning

Buddy TAbor

Blinding Flash of Light


John Denver

Mother Nature's Son

LIve, Cedar Rapids


Diana Z
All I want
All I want

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Tideline 5-11-2010

Steve Martin - Daddy Played the Banjo
C. Daniel Boling - Catfish Heads
Johnsmith - Jay Bird
Smithfield Fair - Going to the Moon
Benewah Road - Chile Con Karma
Jonathan Edwards - Red Light, Green Light
Annie and Rod Capps - My Blue Garden
Secondwind Bandits - Stockbridge Bound
Michael Johnathan - Apology Song
Marian Call - Fret
Ronny Cox - Can I Come Back Home
The Preserves - Pakistani Happy Song
Guy Davis - Blackberry Ramble
Black Prarie - Homemade Lemonade
Squirrel Butter - Ginseng Blues
Asleep at the Wheel - Bob's Breakdowns
The Canote Brothers - Great Big Taters
Cas Sochacki and Angela Rose - The Day Pigs Fly
The Earl Brothers - Lightning
The Grascals - Blue Rock Slide
Still on the Hill - Devil Snake
The Cottars - Fare Thee Well, Northunderland and The Purple Wave
Rhonda Vincent - Eighth of January
Yonder Mountain String Band - Traffic Jam
Lee Murdock - The Alva C. Dinkey (of the Tin Stack Fleet)
Cherryholmes IV - I Am Your Conscience
Marian Call - Sunday Afternoon
Benewah Road - Beautiful Monsters

Monday, May 10, 2010

A Little Bit of Broadway

A Little Night Music
2010 revivial

The Tony Award nominations were announced last Tuesday and, as per our custom, we will listen to as many of them as we can get our hands on between now and the awards show on June 13th.

Best Musical nominations went to:
American Idiot
Million Dollar Quartet

Best revival of a musical nominees are
Finian's Rainbow
La Cage aux Folles
A Little Night Music

Not all shows have cast recordings, but we’ll listen to as many as we can.

Today, we’ll start of with the first Broadway revival of my second all-time favorite Broadway show. Stephen Sondheim based A Little Night Music on Ingmar Bergman’s film Smiles of a Summer Night. It evolves around 3 families and surprising liaisons and long simmering passions. I’ve loved this show since I first heard the cast recording in 1973, then first saw it in Pittsburgh with Dixie Carter as Desiree. Being in the cast of Juneau Lyric Opera's production is certainly a highlight of my singing life.

For a show that was nominated for 12 tony’s and won 6, it’s amazing it has never had a major revival until now. The only reason I can think of is that it’s the only Sondheim show with a top 40 hit – Send in the clowns.

Nominated for 4 awards:

Best Revival of a Musical
Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical: Catherine Zeta-Jones
Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical: Angela Lansbury
Best Sound Design of a Musical: Dan Moses Schreier and Gareth Owen

Music: Stephen Sondheim
Lyrics: Stephen Sondheim
Book: Hugh Wheeler
Basis: 1955 Ingmar Bergman film Smiles of a Summer Night

We only have time to listen to Act 1 today.

Act 1
Overture — Mr. Lindquist, Mrs. Nordstrom, Mrs. Anderssen, Mr. Erlanson and Mrs. Segstrom (Quintet)
Night Waltz — Company
Now — Fredrik Egerman
Later — Henrik Egerman
Soon — Anne Egerman
Now/Later/Soon — Anne Egerman, Frederik Egerman and Henrik Egerman
The Glamorous Life — Fredrika Armfeldt, Desiree Armfeldt, Madame Armfeldt and Quintet
Remember? — Quintet
You Must Meet My Wife — Desiree Armfeldt and Fredrik Egerman
Liaisons — Madame Armfeldt
In Praise of Women — Count Carl-Magnus Malcolm
Every Day a Little Death — Countess Charlotte Malcolm and Anne Egerman
Weekend in the Country — Company

Revival cast
Alexander Hanson :Frederik Egerman
Angela Lansbury :Madame Armfeldt
Catherine Zeta-Jones Broadway Debut :Desiree Armfeldt
Erin Davie :Countess Charlotte Malcolm
Hunter Ryan Herdlicka :Henrik Egerman
Leigh Ann Larkin :Petra
Aaron Lazar :Count Carl-Magnus Malcolm
Ramona Mallory :Anne Egerman
Stephen R. Buntrock :Mr. Lindquist
Bradley Dean :Frid
Katherine Leigh Doherty :Fredrika Armfeldt
Marissa McGowan :Mrs. Anderssen
Betsy Morgan :Mrs. Segstrom
Jayne Paterson :Mrs. Nordstrom
Kevin David Thomas :Mr. Erlanson
Keaton Whittaker :Fredrika Armfeldt

Perhaps the best the part of the casting is that Ramona Mallory, who plays the ingénue, is the daughter of Victoria Mallory, who originated the role. You can listen to the NPR story here.

Saturday, May 8, 2010

Ambient Groove -- May 8, 2010

Playlist for Saturday, May 8th

Set 1

Reverie, David Wahler
Play, Timothy Crane
The Book of Marvels, Anthropedia Foundation
Alms End, Emmalee Crane
Everyday, Will Brady

Set 2

Path to Shambhala, Indigo Seven
For Your Love, Christophe Goze
Try Me, J Boogie's Dubtronic Science
The Big Chill, Eelke Kleijn
Europe, Jesse Cook

Set 3

Stillness & Return, Jim Goodin
Sleepless, Marconi Union
High Joy, Dean Evenson & Soundings Ensemble
To Hear You Say You Love Me, Jim Brickman feat. Lady Antebellum

Set 4

Ambrose Lane, Grahm Ord, Andrew Smith & Brian Weibe
Cobalto, Gianni Latrofa
Gentle Wind, Jean Claude Bensimon
Opening Spaces, Chad Kettering
Slow Dance, Chris Spheeris
A Time for Love, Aaron Goldberg

Set 5

Gloria, East Village Opera Company
One Fine Day, OperaBabes
Romanza, Andrea Bocelli
So She Dances, Josh Groban

Friday, May 7, 2010

Friday Soundings 5/7

Host - John Gaguine

Music from performers who appeared at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, attended by my friend, fellow attorney and CCBI board colleague Vance Sanders and his son

Van Morrison - And It Stoned Me (live from Montreux, Switzerland, 1980), Baby (You Got What It Takes) (with Linda Lewis), Wasted Years (with John Lee Hooker)

Richie Havens - Morning, Morning; She's Leaving Home (Lennon/McC)

Allman Bros - Blue Skies
Lionel Richie - All Night Long
Elvis Costello - Alison

Irma Thomas (the Soul Queen of New Orleans) - Breakaway, I Count theTears, Time Is On My Side, Shelter in the Rain (Stevie Wonder)

Neville Bros - Rivers of Babylon, Steer Me Right, One Life/People Get Ready/Sermon

BB King - Early in the Morning (with Van Morrison), Paying the Cost to Be the Boss, The Thrill Is Gone (with Eric Clapton)

Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown - Information Blues, Song for Renee, Got My Mojo Working

Kermit Ruffins - Hide the Reefer
Sarah Vaughn - live from the 1969 New Orleans Jazz Festival, accompanied by a chorus and Dixieland bands whose identities are lost to history - Just a Closer Walk with Thee
Women's Prerogative, 5/6/10

Artist Song Album

Jonell Mosser Morning Light Trust Yourself

Kandace Ferrel Who We Are Almost Home

Heather Masse Over the Mountain Bird Song

Rachael Yamagata Elephants Teeth sinking into heart

Zee Avi Let Me In

Sade No ordinary love Love Deluxe

Donna Ulisse Walk this mountain down walk this mountain down

Kandace Ferrel Absence Almost home

Jill Jack Fast Movin’ Train

Sheryl Crow It’s So Easy C’mon C’mon

Sierra Hull Two Winding Rails Secrets

Sheryl Crow You’re an original C’mon C’mon

Alecia Nugent Just another Alice Hillbilly Goddess

Jordan Taylor Female Intuition

Janis Joplin To love somebody The woodstock experience

Sade Feel no pain Bird - EP

Dolly Parton Coat of many colors

Holly Conlan You are goodbye Bird - EP

Rebecca Mesple Step into the sun A simple offering

Hillary Duff Holiday Best of

Vienna Teng Kansas Inland Territory

School Gyrls I’m not just a girl I’m not just a girl

Janis Joplin Piece of my heart Woodstock experience

Priscilla Ahn Leave the light on A good day

Carol Keogh Shifting Summer Sands Saints and Scoundrels

Holly Conlan OK Bird - EP

Katelyn Tarver Rain Wonderful crazy

Friday Crosscurrents 5/7

Host -John Gaguine - broadcasting from the new KRNN studio!

Traffic - Paper Sun, Feelin' Alright, Shanghai Noodle Factory

Blind Faith (1969 one-album group with Eric Clapton, Stevie Winwood, Ginger Baker and Rick Grech) - Sea of Joy (Winwood)
Derek and the Dominos (the greatest of all temporary supergroups - Clapton, Duane Allman, Bobby Whitlock et al) - I Looked Away, Why Does Love Have to Be So Sad?

Jefferson Airplane - We Can Be Together, Good Shepherd
Emerson, Lake and Palmer - Lucky Man

Woody Guthrie set -
Joan Baez - Pretty Boy Floyd
Country Joe McDonald - So Long It's Been Good to Know Yuh, This Land is Your Land

Country Joe and the Fish - Rock Coast Blues, Here I Go Again, Crystal Blues (all by Joe McD)

Janis set -
Big Brother and the Holding Company - Down on Me, Caterpillar
Janis live with the Full Tilt Boogie Band - Half Moon, Get It While You Can

Joe Cocker - Do I Still Figure in Your Life?, She Came in Through the Bathroom Window (Lennon/McCartney), With a Little Help from My Friends (same)

Deep Purple - Smoke on the Water

Thursday, May 6, 2010

ThuRsday Tideline with Katie B. 5-6-10

Michael Jackson
Wanna be Startin Something
History Vol. 1

Michael Franti
High Low
All Rebel Rockers

Paul McCartney
Mama Knows
Good Evening New York City

Justin Townes Earle
Mama's Eyes
Midnight at The Movies

Josh Ritter
Change of Time
So Runs the World Away

John Hiatt
Wonder of Love
The Open Road

Neko Case
Never Turn Your Back On Mother Nature
Middle Cyclone

Owl City
Rainbow Vein
Maybe I'm Dreaming

Natasha Bedingfield
Pocketful of Sunshine
Pocketful of Sunshine

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
MaryJane's Last Dance
Greatest Hits

Jose Gonalez

Gary Louris

My Morning Jacket

Neil Young
Cowgirl in the Sand

Elvis Perkins in Dearland
Elvis Perkins in Dearland

Carole King and James Taylor
You've Got a Friend
Live at the Troubador

Van Morrison
It's All over Now Baby Blue
The best of Van Morrison, Vol. 2

John Fogerty
Sugar Sugar
De Ja Vu All Over Again

Justin Townes Earle

Afternoon Classics, Thursday, May 6, 2010

On Friday, May 7th, is the anniversary of the birth of Johannes Brahms. It is a day early but we will celebrate it today. All the music is by Brahms.
Academic Festival Overture,Op. 80, Bruno Denes Zsigmondy on the violin and Annelise Nissen on piano.
Five Songs, Op. 94, Thomas Quasthoff baritone and Justus Zeyen on piano.
Serenade No. 1 in D major, Op. 11, Sir Charles Mackerras and the Scottish Chamber Orchestra.
Four Evening Songs (Abendslieder) with the Robert Shaw Festival Singers, Robert Shaw conducting and Norman Mackenzie on piano.
Symphony No. 2 in D major, Op. 73, Bruno Walter conducting the Columbia Symphony Orchestra.
Hungarian Dances, Book 3, Nos. 11 & 12, Piano four hands: Veri & Jamanis performing.
Quintet for Clarinet and Strings in B minor, Op. 115, Richard Stoltzman on clarinet and the Tokyo String Quartet accompanying.
Variations on a Theme of Haydn, Op. 56a Sir John Barbirolli conducting the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.

Have a good weekend!

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Stormy Weather , May 5

Guest Host: Kate B.

Set 1

Brown Eyed Girl - Van Morrison
Cecilia - Simon & Garfunkel
Kisses Sweeter Than Wine - Jackson Brown & Bonnie Raitt
She's No Lady - Lyle Lovett

Set 2

For The Cool In You - Babyface
Dance With Me - Estelle
Closer - Ne-Yo
Earthquake - Little Boots
Mess of You - Kimberly Caldwell

Set 3

The Moon and the Sky - Sade
Blue Spanish Sky - Chris Isaak
Snow Globe - Chely Wright
Delight (Something New Under the Sun) - Court Yard Hounds
Bring It On Home - Little Big Town

Set 4

I'm Feeling You - Santana, Michelle Branch & The Wreckers
Summertime - Peter Gabriel
Star Matter - Ani DiFranco
Hide and Seek - Imogen Heap
Break My Heart - Common
Overcome - Tricky

Set 5

Somebody's Baby - Jackson Brown
Sunshine - Keane
Love Is The Only Way - Robert Randolph & The Family Band
Start Me Up - Rolling Stones
I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For - U2
Don't Stand So Close to Me - The Police
Need You Now - Lady Antebellum

Afternoon Classics, Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Today is an auspicious day, we are now in our new studio for KRNN. As I learn all about the new layout and all the buttons and knobs it is a good time to have a "firsts" program. So we shall hear first symphonies, concerti, and sonatas. However, to begin with let us ask a blessing on this house from Beethoven,
The Consecration of the House Overture by Ludwig van Beethoven; Leonard Bernstein conducting the New York Philharmonic.
Piano Sonata No. 1 in C major, K 279 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart performed by Heidi Lowy on the piano.
Sonata for Solo Violin, Op. 27, No. 1 in G by Eugene Ysaye performed by Thomas Zehetmair on the violin.
Concerto for piano and orchestra in D minor, No. 1, Op. 15 of Johannes Brahms performed by Emil Gillels on the piano and Eugen Jocum conducting the Berlin Philharmonic.
Symphony No. 1 in F minor, Op. 10 of Dmitri Shostkovich performed by the Moscow Philharmonic under the baton of Kiril Kondrashin.
Sonata for violin and piano (No. 1) of Claude Debussy performed by Gilles Apap and Eric Ferrand-N'Kaoua.
Symphony No. 1 in E flat Op. 1 by Igor Stravinsky performed by the Columbia Symphony Orchestra under the direction of the composer.
Lovers on the Celestial Sphere by Jun Nagao and performed by Nobuya Sugawa on soprano saxophone and Kenneth Tse on the tenor saxophone.

Wednesday Crosscurrents 5/5

Hosts - John Gaguine and, returning after a short break, Mike Godkin

Steve Hite - Ballad of the Yukon

Supertramp - The Logical Song, Take the Long Way Home

Tim Hardin - Lady Came from Baltimore, Black Sheep Boy
Joan Baez - Don't Make Promises (Hardin)
Johnny and June Carter Cash - If I Were a Carpenter (Hardin)

Johnny Cash - Folsom Prison Blues, One Piece at a Time, Ballad of a Teenage Queen (with Roseanne Cash and the Everly Bros.)

Commander Cody and the Lost Planet Airmen - Hot Rod Lincoln

Mother's Day songs:
Paul Simon - Mother and Child Reunion
The Dead - Mama Tried (Merle Haggard)
The Supremes - You Can't Hurry Love

The UB40s - Red, Red Wine
Rod Stewart - Maggie May
Billy Idol - Mony, Mony

Suzie Bogguss, with Chet Atkins - When She Smiled at Him (in honor of my daughter Rebecca, who graduates from the University of Minnesota in eleven days)

Cat Stevens - Morning Has Broken, Miles from Nowhere, Peace Train

Dolly Parton - I Will Always Love You, Jolene, I Still Miss Someone

Dan Fogelberg - Run for the Roses (in honor of last weekend's Kentucky Derby)

Willie and Waylon - Mama Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowbosy

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Tideline 5-4-10

Claude Williams – Moten Swing
Courtney Granger – The Drunkard’s Waltz
Steve Earle – I’m Looking Through You
Greg Graffin – Talk About Suffering
Richard Greene – Pagan Annie
Tracy Grammer – Hey Ho
Delia Bell and Bill Grant – Flame in My Heart
Patty Griffin – Mad Mission
Mark Graham – Curly Headed Woman
Mark Graham and Orville Johnson – Tap Dancin’ on the Moon
Davey Graham – Lord Mayo/Lord Inchiquin
Stacey Earle – Promise You Anything
The Grascals – Feeling Blue
Charlie Daniels The Devil Went Down To Georgia
Catfish Keith – Rock Me
Bruce Daigrepont – Barres de la Prison
Geno Delafose – One Lie (Leads To Another)
Tony Furtado and Dirk Powell – Boneyard
Freyda and Acoustic AttaTude – Atta Tude in a minor
The Freight Hoppers – How Many Biscuits Can You Eat This Morning?
Beppe Gambetta – Hard Travelin’
Nick Drake – Cello Song
The Fritts Family – Blackjack Davy
Norman Blake – Randall Collins/Done Gone
Slow Gun Runner – Welcome To Juneau
Tall Tall Trees – The Girl from the Chinese Food Restaurant
Fresh Fish – Paddy O’Brien’s/Turning of the Tide
Betse Ellis – White River
Fresh Fish – The Green Gowned Lass

Afternoon Classics, Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Welllllll, this is the last day in the old corral, we will be in our new studio tomorrow with all its new technology and a window to look out of! Yes! So for our last program something new to look forward to the new studio and some "lasts" to close off the old experiences.
Here is the last of the six Solo Suites for Cello by Bach, BWV 1012 played by Zwill Bailey on a 17th century cello.
A new composer from the Netherlands, well not new but new to me a umdoubtedly he will be new to you. His name is Tristan Keuris and his dates are 1946 - 1996. A mere 50 years and of limited output. The Netherlands Radio sent us a complete set of his works on 11 cd's. So as an introduction:
Variations for Strings written in 1985. We will hear the Netherlands Radio Chamber Orchestra under the direction of Henrik Schaefer.
One of the composers of the day is Ernest Bloch. We will close out our second hour with his Prayer from "A Hebrew Life" to be performed by Julius Burger with the Polish National Symphony Orchestra conducted by Antoni Wit.
In the second half we open with another anniversay boy - Joseph Haydn. This time it is his Symphony No. 104 AKA the London Symphony. Sir Charles Mackerras and the Orchestra of St. Luke's.
Following is more from Ernest Bloch: his Hebrew Rhapsody performed once again by Julius Burger with the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra.
And then to Stravinsky, his Symphony ion C which I believe is one of his best neo-classical pieces: The Symphony in C. We will hear the CBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by the composer.
For the last piece we shall hear the last piiece of music written by Dmitri Schostakovich - his Sonata for Viola and Piano, Opus 147 and -
tomorrow I will see you in the new studio!

Monday, May 3, 2010

Jazz Tonight ~ May 3, 2010

Playlist for Monday, May 3rd

Set 1

Some Enchanted Evening ~ Harry Connick, Jr.
Till You Come to Me ~ Spencer Day
A Million Kisses Late ~ Matt Dusk
Come Live Your Life With Me ~ Peter Cincotti

Set 2

In Your Eyes ~ Ray Harris & the Fusion Experience
You and the Night and the Music ~ Nnenna Freelon
Evening in Paris ~ Quincy Jones
The Sand ~ Guido Manusardi

Set 3

Bewitched ~ Ella Fitzgerald
Sonny Boy ~ Toots Thielemans
Somebody Loves Me ~Bud Powell
Moanin' ~ Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers

Set 4

Tenderly ~ Stan Getz
Stairway to the Stars ~ Laurindo Almeida & Bud Shank
Mad About the Boy ~ Dinah Washington
Tribute to Mau ~ Enrico Intra Sextet

Set 5

Moment's Notice ~ Chick Corea
Perfidia ~ Ahmad Jamal
Sometime's I'm Happy ~ Dizzy Gillespie
Perdido ~ Herbie Mann

Set 6

You Go To My Head ~ Chet Baker
Wide Green Eye ~ High Five Quintet
Everytime We Say Goodbye ~ Lena Horne

Sunday, May 2, 2010

A Little Bit of Broadway

Frank Loesser

This summer Frank Loesser would have celebrated his 100th birthday. In honor of that, the Kennedy Center Monday night is hosting a celebration of his music (he wrote over 700 songs, so there are lots to choose from). Today, we’ll host a little celebration of our own.

I Hear Music -Peggy Lee
Once In Love With Amy - Dean Martin
A Bushel And A Peck -Margaret Whiting
I Wish I Didn't Love You So –Betty Hutton
Standing On The Corner - The Four Freshmen
Joey, Joey, Joey - Nancy Wilson
(I Got Spurs) Jingle Jangle Jingle Trudy Erwin
I Don't Want To Walk Without You -Helen Forrest
If I Were A Bell - Jan Garber
Heart And Soul-Sue Raney
My Darling, My Darling - Jo Stafford
Hoop-Dee-Doo Kay Starr

Music from Guys and Dolls (original cast)
--- Fugue for Tinhorns/Follow the Fold
--- The oldest established
--- Luck be a lady

--- Sue Me
--- Sit down, you’re rockin’ the boat

The Most Happy Fella
(Robert Weede and Jo Sullivan Loesser)
--- Like a women loves a man
--- My heart is so full of you

The Moon Of Manakoora - Les Paul And Mary Ford
On A Slow Boat To China - Benny Goodman And His Orchestra
I Believe In You -Peggy Lee
I've Never Been In Love Before -Chet Baker
Baby, It's Cold Outside - Margaret Whiting
What Are You Doing New Year's Eve? - Nancy Wilson
Praise The Lord And Pass The Ammunition - Kay Kyser
Bubbles In The Wine -Freddy Martin

Hear an interview from Saturday's Weekend Edition with Jo Sullivan Loesser about her husband and his music.

Saturday, May 1, 2010

Ambient Groove -- May 1, 2010

Playlist for Saturday, May 1st

Set 1

Flight, Terry Oldfield
Fiesta, Aurio Corra
Nothing is Something Worth Doing, Shpongle
First Date - Jumble Sale, Isan

Set 2

Humpback Harmony, Eugene Friesen
Hand in Mine, Davol

Set 3

Milan, Ricky Kej
Suddenly the Trees Are Giving Way, Ulrich Schnauss

Set 4

The Fairies Dance, David Arkenstone
Whispers in the Moonlight, Omar Akram
Hadrian's Wall, Michael Gettel

Set 5

Bogota by Bus, Jesse Cook
Till You Come to Me, Spencer Day
No Ordinary Love, Sade

Scarborough Fair, Triniti
Missing You, David Wahler

Set 6

Sunshine, Soulfood feat. Billy McLaughlin
Hearing You Now, Karunesh
Times, Lesiem
L'Ouveture du Beme Sceau, Le Duc
Sativa, Lux

Blue South, Afterlife
Rakuen, Eri Sugai