Saturday, July 31, 2010

Ambient Groove -- July 31, 2010

Playlist for Saturday, July 31st

Set 1

All Is Always Now, Phillip Wilkerson
Listen, Jennifer Salima Holt
Hecate, Igneous Flame
High Joy, Dean Evenson and Soundings Ensemble

Set 2

Tranquil Eye, Cocteau Twins
Night Lady, Bel Canto
Sombre Reptiles, Brian Eno
Heaven (Give Me A Sign), John Consemulder

Set 3

Amore Parte 1, Achillea
Moments in Love, The Art of Noise
Twice, Little Dragon

Set 4

Pale Moon, Echo One
Timeless Motion, Neal Schon
Parting Clouds, Robert Rich
Masterpeace, Joseph Akins

Set 5

Tentative, Jane Overgard
Crossroads, Frank Smith
East of the Full Moon, Deuter
Drops of History, Max Zaffiro

Set 6

Kalliope's Courtyard, Marc Enfroy
Enchanted Walk, Stephen Rhodes

Friday, July 30, 2010

Friday Soundings 7/29

Hosts - John Gaguine and Katie Chapman

Edith Piaf - La Vie en Rose

Dan Penn - Dark Side of the Street, Do Right Woman Do Right Man, Zero Willpower (all co-written by Penn)
Janis Joplin - A Woman Left Lonely (Penn/Spooner Oldham)

Laura Nyro and LaBelle - Up on the Roof (Gerry Goffin/Carole King)

Gerry Mulligan - Dragonfly, Anthem

John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers, with Eric Clapton - Hoochie Coochie Man (Willie Dixon), Hideaway (Freddie King/Sonny Thompson)
Mayall and Bluesbreakers - Room to Move

Gaye Adegbalola - Hungry Woman's Blues, Big Ovaries Baby, You Really Got Ahold of Me (Smokey Robinson)

Cleo Laine - Come in from the Rain (Melissa Manchester/Carole Bayer-Sager), Fine and Mellow (Billie Holiday)

Solomon Burke - Try a Little Tenderness (Otis Redding), Luck Brothers (That's Life)

Edith Piaf - Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien (I Regret Nothing)
Madeleine Peyroux - I'm All Right (she co-wrote), Half the Perfect World (Leonard Cohen)

Hot Tuna - Death Don't Have No Mercy in this Land (Rev. Gary Davis)

Thursday, July 29, 2010

Afternoon Classics 7/29

Host - John Gaguine, sitting in (3 to 5 pm)

J.S. Bach - Brandenburg Concerto No. 1, in F major, BWV 1046 - Boston Baroque, Martin Pearlman directing

Bartok - String Quartet No. 6, Sz 114 - Emerson String Quartet

Schumann - Piano Concerto in A minor, Op. 54 - Sviatoslav Richter, piano, and the Warsaw National Philharmonic Orchestra, Witold Rowicki conducting

Ravel - Gaspard de la Nuit - Martha Argerich, piano

Telemann - Concerto in D, for trumpet, two oboes, strings and continuo - John Wallace, trumpet, with the English String Orchestra, William Boughton, conducting

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Afternoon Classics, Wednesday, July 28, 2010

This will be the last program for several weeks for me as I wander on off the Barrow. Why? because I haven't been there yet! So, before I go here is the lasst playlist for a few:

Partita No. 3 iln E: prelude & Gavotte by Johann Sebastian Bach Diana Steiner - violin
Devils Trill Sonata by Tartini with Diana Steiner - violin
Piano Trio No. 4 in Bflat major, Op. 11," Gassenhauer" by Ludwig van Beethoven. Beaux Arts Trio
Symphonie funébre et triomphale, Op. 15 by Hector Berlioz. Sir Colin Davis (without sword) conducting the London Symphony Orchestra, John Alldis Choir
Love Scene from Romeo et Juliette by Hector Berlioz Paavo Järvi Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
Variations on a Nursery Song Ernst von Dohnanyi Arthur Ozolins - piano; Mario Bernardo & the Toronto Symphony Orchestra
On the Waterfront, music by Leonard Bernstein composer conducting the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
Violin Concerto No. 2 in C minor, Op. 43 of Ernö von Dohnány, Michael Ludwig - violin; JoAnn Falleta Royal Scottish National Orchestra
String Quartet No. 8 in C minor, Op. 110 by Dmitri Shostakovich the Fitzwilliam String Quartet

and so I will see you in a couple of weeks!
Hosts - Katie Chapman and Trish Custard

Karen Souza - Have you ever seen the rain
Norah Jones - Don't miss you at all
Susie Arioli Band - A million years or so
Susie Arioli Band - Less and less

Patty Carpenter - I wish I knew how it would feel to be free
Carmen McRae - If the Moon Turns Green
Carmen McRae - I Cried Over You, Now Its Your Turn To Cry
Carmen McRae - Life is Just A Bowl Of Cherries
Madeleine Peyroux - The Heart of Saturday Night
Emilie - Claire Barlow - Dream A Little Dream of Me

Rickie Lee Jones - Chuck Es In Love
Dee Daniels - (The Night Time Is) The Right Time
Julia Rich - The Way You Make Me Feel
Diana Krall - I've Grown Accustomed To Your Face
Diana Krall - Peel Me A Grape

Janis Siegel - The Same Love That Made Me Laugh, Made Me Cry
Janis Siegel - I Wish You Love
Nina Simone - Go To Hell
Nina Simone - Loves Been Good To Me
Lisa Lauren - I've Just Seen A Face

Natalie Merchant - If I only had a brain
Mario Biondi and The High Five Quintet - I Can't Keep From Crying Sometimes
Joan Crowe - Never Never Land
Julia Rich - Blue Moon
Julia Rich - In The Wee Small Hours of the Morning
Teresa Brewer - I aint got nobody baby won't you please come home
Nora Jones - Humble Me Lord
Pearl Django - Smile

Wednesday Crosscurrents 7/28

Hosts - John Gaguine and Mike Godkin

Today - music of the late 70s and the 80s

Eva Cassidy - Imagine (John Lennon)

Jackson Browne - Running on Empty, She Must Be Somebody's Baby (acoustic version)

Rod Stewart - You're in My Heart
Phil Collins - In the Air Tonight
Paul Simon - 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover

Pretenders - Back on the Chain Gang, Brass in Pocket, 2000 Miles

Peter Gabriel - Shock the Monkey, Sledgehammer
Wild Cherry - Play That Funky Music (White Boy)
Gerry Rafferty - Right Down the Line, Baker Street

Heart - Dreamboat Annie, Crazy on You
Bonnie Tyler - Total Eclipse of the Heart

Paul McCartney - Maybe I'm Amazed
Paul McCartney and Wings - Band on the Run, Mull of Kintyre

Men at Work - Down Under
ABBA - Take a Chance on Me

Sunday, July 25, 2010

A Little Bit of Broadway

Mary Poppins

Mary Poppins is the story of that practically perfect Nanny, written as a series of books by P.L. Travers. The books were made in to a musical film in 1964 by Disney (with Julie Andrews winning the Oscar for Best Actress, with the score winning for best score and Chim-chim-chere-ee was best song.) 40 years later, it moved to the stage, with a book that follows both the film but even more closely the books it is based on. So it’s a bit darker than the film, especially when the toys put Jane and Michael on trial for their temper and mistreatment of their toys. But of course, everyone comes through their various trials and tribulations and life is much better for all.

Act 1
· Chim Chim Cher-ee (Opening) - Bert
· Cherry Tree Lane Part 1 - George and Winifred Banks, Jane and Michael, Mrs. Brill, and Robertson Ay
· The Perfect Nanny - Jane and Michael
· Cherry Tree Lane Part 2 - George and Winifred Banks, Jane and Michael, Mrs. Brill, and Robertson Ay
· Practically Perfect - Mary Poppins, Jane, and Michael
· Jolly Holiday - Bert, Mary Poppins, Jane, Michael, Neleus, and the Statutes
· Cherry Tree Lane (Reprise) / Being Mrs Banks / Jolly Holiday (Reprise) - George, Winifred, Jane, and Michael
· A Spoonful of Sugar - Mary Poppins, Jane, Michael, Robertson Ay, and Winifred
· Feed the Birds - Bird Woman and Mary Poppins
· Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious - Mary Poppins, Mrs. Corry, Bert, Jane, Michael, Fannie, Annie, and Customers
· Temper, Temper (Playing the Game)^ - Valentine, William, Mr. Punch, the Glamorous Doll, and other Toys
· Chim Chim Cher-ee (Rooftop Duet) - Bert and Mary Poppins
Act II
· Cherry Tree Lane (Reprise) - Mrs. Brill, Michael, Jane, Winifred, Robertson Ay, and George
· Brimstone and Treacle Part 1 - Miss Andrew
· Let's Go Fly a Kite - Bert, Park Keeper, Jane, and Michael
· Good for Nothing - George
· Being Mrs Banks (Reprise) - Winifred
· Brimstone and Treacle Part 2 - Mary Poppins and Miss Andrew
· Step in Time - Bert, Mary Poppins, Jane, Michael, and the Sweeps
· A Man Has Dreams / A Spoonful of Sugar - George and Bert
· Anything Can Happen - Jane, Michael Mary Poppins, and the Company
· A Spoonful of Sugar (Farewell Reprise) / A Shooting Star - Mary Poppins and Orchestra

Music
Robert B. Sherman, Richard M. Sherman, George Stiles
Lyrics
Robert B. Sherman, Richard M. Sherman, Anthony Drewe
Book
Julian Fellowes
Basis
Book series by
P.L. Travers, Mary Poppins and 1964 Walt Disney Film

Original London Cast
Bert: Gavin Lee
Mary Poppins: Laura Michelle Kelly
The Banks Family:
David Haig
Linzi Hateley
Charlotte Spenser
Harry Stott

We Like Kids

Hello, This is Antoine and my son Max playing fun kids music for you.


Gummibear - Gummi Bear
Go Speed Racer Go - Ali Dee and the Decompressors
Wiggle Wobble Tooth - Jim Cosgrove
Unicorn Song - Jim Cosgrove
My Sharoma - Alvin and the Chipmunks
Voulez Vous - Abba
Muskrat - Doug Elliot
Psycho Chicken - Daffy Dave
I Dont Iike - Bare Naked Ladies
I'm a Dinosaur - Dinosaurs
De Dinosaur Daffy Dave
I'm The Baby Dinosaurs
Grandmas Feather Bed - John Denver
Iko Iko - Jak Grunsky
Stay Up Late - Talking Heads
Frog In The Kitchen Sink - Kathleen Gibson
Everybody Loves Saturday Night - Gemini

Thursday, July 22, 2010

Afternoon Classics, Thursday, July 22, 2010

From the land of raucous Ravens:

A Faust Overture Richard Wagner George Szell The Cleveland Orchestra
Piano Concerto No. 25 in C KV 503 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Ivan Moravec - piano; Sir Neville Marriner Academy of St. Martin in the Fields
Incantation and Dance William Grant Still Videmus
Ennanga William Grant Still Videmus
Afro-American Symphony William Grant Still Karl Kreuger Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Summerland William Grant Still Videmus
El Sombrero de Tres Picos Manuel De Falla Ernest Ansermet L'Orchestre de La Suisse Romande
Three Bagatelles from China West Chen Yi Marya Martin - flute; Colettte Valentin - piano
String Quartet No. 7 in F sharp minor, Op. 108 Dmitri Shostakovich Fitzwilliam Quartet
Philadelphia Stories (2001) Michael Daugherty Marin Alsop Colorado Symphony Orchestra
Four Prayers Ned Rorem Marya Martin - flute; Colettte Valentin - piano

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Afternoon Classics, Wednesday, July 21, 2010

The principal work on today's program is the Second Symphony of Gustav Mahler. This majestic work sets the pattern for those symphonies following with the inclusion of a choral segment. Mahler was no stranger to choral works and he wrote most of his lyrics himself instead of borrowing from one of the classics poets. So here goes:

Cello Concerto in C minor, RV 402 by Antonio Vivaldi performed by Ofra Harnoy - cello; Paul Robinson conducting the Toronto Chamber Orchestra
Symphony No. 2 in C minor - "Resurrection" of Gustav Mahler. Featuring Eva Martin, Jessye Norman - sopranos with Lorin Maazel ocnducting the Vienna Symphony Orchesta and Vienna State Opera Choir.
Sonata for flute, viola and harp (1916) by Claude Debussy with Pascal Rogé - flute; Bruno Pasquier - viola; Frédérique Cambreling - harp
Nobilissima Visioni - suite by Paul Hindemith. Herbert Blomstedt conducting the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
Orchestral Suite No. 4 in G, Op. 61 "Mozartiana" by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky. Sir Neville Marriner and the Radio-Sinfonie Stuttgart
Piano Trio No. 1 in G mnor, Op. Posth. of Sergei Rachmaninov performed by The Borodin Trio
Serenade in D minor, Op. 20 by Sir Edward Elgar performed by Sir John Barbirolli and the Sinfonia of London

Wednesday Crosscurrents 7/21

Hosts - John Gaguine and Mike Godkin


We're back on line after two weeks of doing the Streaming Logs, for our Internet streaming rights, which keeps us too busy to do this blog. Today we're doing songs of the 50s and early 60s.


Cascades - Rhythm of the Rain

Del Shannon - Runaway

Dee Clark - Raindrops


Dion - Runaway Sue

Everly Bros - Wake Up Little Susie


Richie Valens - La Bamba, Donna

Frankie Ford - Sea Cruise

Paul Phillips - Sea of Love

Dion and the Belmonts - Why Must I Be a Teenager in Love?


Beach Boys - Catch a Wave, Sloop John B, Fun, Fun, Fun, Don't Worry Baby, california girls


The Fleetwoods - Come Softly to Me

The Flamingos - I Only Have Eyes for You

The Penguins - Earth Angel

The Platters - Only You (and You Alone)


Shirelles - Dedicated to the One I Love, Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?

Little Peggy March - I Will Follow Him

The Jaynetts - Sally Go Round the Roses

Chiffons - He's So Fine


Freddy Cannon - PAlisades Park

The Tokens - The Lion Sleeps Tonight

The Capris - There's a Moon out Tonight

The Marcels - Blue Moon

Joey Dee and the Starlighters - Peppermint Twist


Betty Everett - The Shoup Shoup Song

Shangri-Las - Leader of the Pack

The Toys - A Lover's Concerto

Leslie Gore - It;s My Party


Elvis - Jailhouse Rock

The Crickets (Buddy Holly) - That'll Be the Day

THe Spaniels - Goodnight, Sweetheart, Goodnight

Ivory Joe Hunter - Since I Met You Baby

Fats Domino - Blueberry Hill



Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Afternoon Classics, Tuesday, July 20, 2010

The music for today is an eclectic gathering of mostly 20th Century composers, most of them still alive!

Ragtime by Igor Stravinsky , Neeme Jarvi and the Royal Scottish National Orchestra.
Arcade: six more preludes for orchestra by Tristan Keuris. David Porcelijn conducting Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestrta
6 Bagatelles for String Quartet Op. 9 by Anton Webern performed by the Emerson String Quartet
Slow Movement for String Quartet by Anton Webern performed by the Emerson String Quartet
Three preludes for orchestra by Tristan Keuris, Riccardo Chailly and the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra
Symphony No. 2 in C minor, Op. 25 by Rheingold Gliere. Zdenek Macal conducting the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra
Russian Sailors' Dance "Red Poppy Ballet" by Rheingold Gliere, Zdenek Macal and the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra
Summon the Heroes by John Williams. John Williams and the Boston Pops Orchestra
Suite from "The Soldier's Tale" by Igor Stravinsky, Neeme Jarvi and the Royal Scottish National Orchestra
Four Dance Episodes from "Rodeo" by Aaron Copland. Antal Dorati leading the Detroit Symphony Orchestra
UFO for Solo Percussion & Orchestra (1999) by Michael Daugherty with Evelyn Glennie on percussion; Marin Alsop conducting the Colorado Symphony Orchestra
Javelin by Michael Torke; John Williams and the Boston Pops Orchestra
Nocturne No. 2, Op. 31 (1990) Lowell Liebermann performed by David Korevaar - piano

Sunday, July 18, 2010

A Little Bit of Broadway

Promises, Promises

One of the wonderful things about Broadway is when someone revives one of the classic Broadway shows. And when they revive a show that’s hasn’t ever had a major revival, well, that’s icing on the cake. This season that icing was Promises, Promises. Based on the Billy Wilder 1960 film The Apartment, this 1968 show ran for almost 1,300 performances, Jerry Orbach won the Tony for best actor in a musical and Marion Mercer won for best featured actress in a musical. This year’s revival was nominated for 4 Tony awards and won one - Katie Finneran won for best featured actress in a musical.

Music Burt Bacharach
Lyrics Hal David
Book Neil Simon
Basis Film The Apartment screenplay by Billy Wilder and I.A.L. Diamond

What else was on the boards while Promises, Promises was playing?
Zorba
-- The first time
1776
-- The Lees of Old Virginia
Hair
-- Aquarius
-- Hair
-- Good morning starshine

Saturday, July 17, 2010

Ambient Groove -- July 17, 2010

Playlist for Saturday, July 17


Reverie, David Lanz
Enchantress, John Zorn
Enchanted Walk, Stephen Rhodes
Host of Seraphim, Dead Can Dance

Gnossiennes No. 4, Anders Miolin
Ballad of Distances Pt 2, Stars of the Lid
Another Day, This Mortal Coil
In the Quiet Days Before, Jeff Pearce
On Your Shore, Enya
Deep Peace, Bill Douglas
Revelation, Ravi Chawla
Falling in the Garden, Ray Lynch
Eternal Movement, AstroVoyager


Cool Breeze, Isadar
To Wake From a Dream, Aiko Shimada

Sab'einu, Alon Michael & Israel Idelson
Jogashima No Ame, Marc Grauwels & Ingrid Procureur
Mind 101, Levi Chen
Memory of Uday, Ravi Shankar Project
Merry-Go-Round, Moya Brennan
Ameno, Massini
Only Time, Mary McDowell

Morning Groove, Dan Freeme
Endless Fields, Ray

Ambrose Lane, Graham Ord et al.
Stillness & Return, Jim Goodin
When We Dance, Sting

Friday, July 16, 2010

World Beat 7/16/2010

Dos Keshenever Shtikele
Klezmer Conservatory Band
Old World Beat
Rounder Records

Dei Sapozhkelekh
Klezmer Conservatory Band
Old World Beat
Rounder Records

Bulgar A La Natule
Klezmer Conservatory Band
Old World Beat
Rounder Records

Watch Your Step
Klezmer Conservatory Band
Old World Beat
Rounder Records

Farhang 'E A 'Vam
Mr. Sadjadifard, Mr. Djamshidi and Mr. Sahihi
The Music of Islam
Celestial Harmonies

Youbati
Various Artists
The Music of Islam
Celestial Harmonies

Ka ' Benin Yollari
Galata Mevlevi Music and Sema Ensemble
The Music of Islam
Celestial Harmonies

Dovid, Shpil Es Nokh Amol
Klezmer Conseratory Band
Old World Beat
Rounder Records

Old World Beat
Klezmer Conseratory Band
Old World Beat
Rounder Records

Der Glatter Bulgar
Klezmer Conseratory Band
Old World Beat
Rounder Records

Beautiful Girl
Marcel Khalife
Summer Nights Dream
Redwood Records

Capriciao Oriental
Marcel Khalife
Summer Nights Dream
Redwood Records

The City's Sadness
Marcel Khalife
Summer Nights Dream
Redwood Records

Where The Sun Rises
Marcel Khalife
Summer Nights Dream
Redwood Records

Magic 58
Marcel Khalife
Summer Nights Dream
Redwood Records

Tango For My Lover's Eyes
Marcel Khalife
Summer Nights Dream
Redwood Records

Kohl
Marcel Khalife
Summer Nights Dream
Redwood Records

Dance in the City Square
Marcel Khalife
Summer Nights Dream
Redwood Records

The Queen's Procession
Marcel Khalife
Summer Nights Dream
Redwood Records

The Vendors
Marcel Khalife
Summer Nights Dream
Redwood Records

Twilight
Marcel Khalife
Summer Nights Dream
Redwood Records

Dance of the Harem I
Marcel Khalife
Summer Nights Dream
Redwood Records

Dance of the Harem II
Marcel Khalife
Summer Nights Dream
Redwood Records

Raga Mishra Piloo (conclusion - side 2)
Ravi Shankar - Ali Akbar Khan
Raga Mishra Piloo duet
EMI Reords

Sunday, July 11, 2010

We Like Kids! - July 11, 2010

Raining Like Magic - Raffi
Raining Cats & Dogs - Norman Foote
Mayim, Mayim - Cathy & Marcy
Every Little Drop of Water - Fred Gee
Garbage Free Sea - Pamela Sunshine
The Bubble Song - Dan Crow
Bubble Bath - Mr. Richard
In The Sea - Juliette McDonald
Yellow Submarine - Gemini
Pelorus Jack - Sarah Pirtle
Molly and the Whale/Rubber Blubber Whale - John McCutcheon
Underneath the Deep Blue Sea - Two of a Kind
The Gingerbread Boy - First Tales
The Salmon Song - Good Dog

Saturday, July 10, 2010

JAZZ BEAT/ July 10, 2010

JAZZ BEAT, JULY 10, 2010

1. ARTIST: Mainstreet
SONG: "Got Soul."
ALBUM: "Babyback Ribs." Chili Music Korea. 2008.

2. ARTIST: Jazznost
SONG:"Hail To The Chief."
ALBUM: "Joint Ventures."

3. ARTIST: Penguin Jazz Quartet
SONG: "Flightless."
ALBUM: "On Ice."

4. ARTIST: Paul Hanson
SONG: "Frolic In The Land Of Plenty
ALBUM: "Abstract Logix."

5. ARTIST: Gary Husband's Drive
SONG: "One Prayer."
ALBUM: "Abstract Logix."

6. ARTIST: Michael Brecker
SONG: "Minsk."
ALBUM: "Now You See It ... Now You Don't."

7. ARTIST: Yair Loewenson Trio
SONG: "Waltz Corea."
ALBUM: "Room 13."

8. ARTIST: Yair Loewenson Trio
SONG: "The Death of Pedushkit."
ALBUM: "Room 13."
===================================8 P.M.
9. ARTIST: Charmaine Clamor
SONG: "My Funny Pinay."
ALBUM: "Flippin' Out."

10. ARTIST: Charmaine Clamor
SONG: "With or Without You."
ALBUM: "Flippin' Out."

11. ARTIST: Holly Cole
SONG: "On The Street Where You Live."
ALBUM: "Blame It On My Youth."

11. ARTIST: Holly Cole
SONG: "On The Street Where You Live."
ALBUM: "Blame It On My Youth."

12. ARTIST: Lizz Wright
SONG: "Dreaming Wide Awake."
ALBUM: "Dreaming Wide Awake."

13. ARTIST: Jeff Tain Watts
SONG: "The Devils' Ringtone."
ALBUM: "Watts."

14. ARTIST: Yellowjackets
SONG: "Coquimbo."
ALBUM: "Blue Hats."

15. ARTIST: Brad Mehldau
SONG: "Smile."
ALBUM: "Anything Goes."

16. ARTIST: Lizz Wright
SONG: "Trouble."
ALBUM: "Dreaming Wide Awake."

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Afternoon Classics, Thursday, July 8, 2010

Today's program is a typical potpouri, a little of this and a little of that and a whole bunch of something else. Some favorites, some new, but all are enjoyable.

Piano Sonata No. 2 in F, K. 279 of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart performed by Heidy Lowy.
Rounds for Orchestra by David Diamond, Gerard Schwarz conducting the Seattle Symphony Orchestra
West Side Story, Suite for Violin & Orchestra by Leonard Bernstein/William David Brohn with Joshua Bell - Violin, David Zinman
and the Philharmonia Orchestra
Symphony No. 5 (1984 - 85) George Rochberg Christopher Lyndon-Gee Saarbrücken Radio Symphony Orchestra
Shuo by Chen yi oerformed by the Ying String Quartet
Silent Temple II & IV by Bright Sheng played by Ying String Quartet
Carmina Burana by Karl Orff with Michel Plasson et al and the Orchestre du Capitole de Toulouse
Violin Concerto No. 2 in D minor, Op. 22 Henryk Wieniawski Gil Shaham - violin; Lawrence Foster London Symphony Orchestra
La Boutique Fantasque Rossini/Respighi Jesus Lopez-Cobos Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Afternoon Classics, Thursday, July 7, 2010

It is good to be home in Juneau once more after visiting Southern California. Temperatures in the 100s, driving at 70 and being passed, smog so thick it could be seen, sometimes you can smell it. So it is good to be back in juneau. I can celebrate that along with the 150th birthday of Gustav Mahler. Here is the music for today:

Concert Royal in E Minor/Major by François Couperin with Robert Stallman - flute; Edwin Swanborn - harpsichord; Karl Bennion - cello
Baryton Trio in D major, Hob. XI:97 of Joseph Haydn with Kenneth Slowik - baryton; Steven Dann - viola, Myron Lutzke - cello
Symphony No. 4 Gustav Mahler Barbara Frittoli - soprano; Bernard Haitink Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra
Nancye's Song Paul Moravec Marya Martin - flute; Colette - piano
Three Bagatelles from China West Chen Yi Marya Martin - flute; Colette - piano
Songs of a Wayfarer Gustav Mahler Andreas Schmidt - baritone, Jesus Lopez-Cobos Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
Symphony No. 4 Bohuslav Martinu Arthur Fagan Natrional Symphony of Ukraine
Sonata for Harp Paul Hindemith Valeria Milot - harp
Scintillation Carlos Salzedo Valeria Milot - harp

and more tomorrow!

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Tideline 7-6-10

Twilight Babies - Rubberband

Tweaker - Empty Sheet of Paper

Turtle Toes - Porl

The Twilight Singers - Hard Time Killing Floor

Sally Timms - Seminole Wind

Ike & Tina - Never Been to Spain

Turnbrakes - Blue Hour

The Marshall Tucker Band - Fire on the Mountain

John Trudell - Rockin the Res


Tuatara - The Melting Sun

Boo Trundle - Greeting Faust

John Trudell - Blue Indians

Robin Trower - Bridge of Sighs

Trip Shakespeare - Your Mouth

Kid Cudi - Pursuit of Happiness

Ben Folds - Annie Waits


John Fogerty - Paradise

John Fogerty - Never Ending Song of Love

The Fly-Rite Boys - Straight-8 Boogie

The Flying Pickets - Disco Down

The Flying Burrito Bros. - Hot Burrito #2

The Flow - Written All Over

Flunk - Blue Monday

Rosie Flores - Don't Know If I'm Comin' Or Goin'

Hank Williams - Your Cheatin' Heart

Flight of the Conchords - Business Time

Hootie & The Blowfish - Only Wanna Be With You

Afternoon Classics 7/6

Host - John Gaguine subbing one last time for Mike Price as he gets over his jet lag



Samuel Barber - Adagio for Strings - St. Louis Symphony, Leonard Slatkin conducting



J.S. Bach - Orchestral Suite No. 2 in B minor, BWV 1067 - Rolf Smedvig, trumpet, and the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Jahja Ling conducting



Claude Debussy - Iberia, from Images for Orchestra - Montreal Symphony Orchestra, Charles Dutoit conducting

Maurice Ravel - Piano Trio in A minor - Trio Solisti (Maria Bachmann, violin, Alexis Pia Gerlach, cello, Jon Klibonoff, piano) - this piece was featured prominently in the superb 1992 French film Un Coeur en Hiver (A Heart in Winter), with one of the world's most beautiful women, Emmanuele Beart


Aaron Copland - Billy the Kid - Ballet Theatre Orchestra, Joseph Levine conducting

Frederic Chopin - Waltz in E flat major, Op 18 (Grande Valse Brilliante) - Frederick Moyer, piano

Monday, July 5, 2010

Jazz Tonight - July 5, 2010

Playlist for Monday, July 5th


Set 1


Come Sunday - Charmaine Clamor
Moon River - Lee Ritenour
Miss Otis Regrets - Freddy Cole
Big Stuff - Jason Moran

Set 2

Tune for Calhoun - Steve Davis
Scenery - Chick Corea
Sad Poet - Fred Hersch
Trampoline Phoenix - Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey

Set 3

No Moon At All - Keith Jarrett, Charlie Haden
City Lights - Nelson Rangell
In Walked Bud - Thelonius Monk

Set 4

Rain Dance - Jeff Lorber Fusion
The Real Thing - Sergio Mendes
Clouds - Cannonball Adderly & the Bossa Rio Sextet

Set 5

Out of Nowhere - Charlie Parker feat. Miles Davis
The Sound of Love - Charles Mingus
Sweet Mama - Duke Ellington

Set 6

On the Sunny Side of the Street - Count Basie & His Orchestra
Long Long Summer - Dizzy Gillespie
Honeysuckle Rose - Stan Getz

Set 7

Good Times - Richard Bona
Never Let Me Go - Stacey Kent

Sunday, July 4, 2010

A Little Bit of Broadway

The Music Man

What better musical to listen to on the 4th of July than that quintessential American musical that begins on July 4th. I’m talking about The Music Man, Meredith Willson’s love letter to his home town of Mason City, Iowa. In fact, many of the characters in this musical are lovingly recreated from people in Willson’s home town.

The story about the con man who finds himself falling with love with town’s prissy librarian is one that has charmed audiences since its 1957 debut, and is frequently performed by both professional and community groups.

We are listening to the original cast recording, on vinyl!
Music Meredith Willson
Lyrics Meredith Willson
Book Meredith Willson

Awards –
· Tony award for best musical
· Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical – Robert Preston
· Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Musical – Barbara Cook
· Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Musical – David Burns
· Tony Award for Best Conductor and Musical Director – Herbert Greene

Grammy for Best Original Cast Recording, inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1998

Original Cast
Professor Harold Hill — a con man and traveling salesman who tries Iowa after saturating Illinois; falls for Marian -- Robert Preston
Marian Paroo — the town librarian and part-time piano teacher; eventually falls for Harold Hill – Barbara Cook
Marcellus Washburn — Harold's old friend, no longer a con man, who now lives in River City – Iggy Wolkington
Mayor George Shinn — a pompous local politician; never falls for Hill's con –David Burns
Eulalie Mackecknie Shinn — the mayor's wife – Helen Raymond
Mrs. Paroo — Marian's Irish mother –Pert Kelton
Winthrop Paroo — Marian's shy, lisping brother; rarely speaks before Hill arrives in town – Eddie Hodges

Since The Music Man is all about bands, let's listen to one of the best. Here is the Air Force Band of Flight, under the baton of Lt Col Richard Shelton.
  • Strike up the band (Gershwin)
  • American Pageant (Knox)
  • A Gershwin Fantasy (arr. Scott)
  • Sousa! (arr. Barker)

Saturday, July 3, 2010

Ambient Groove -- July 3, 2010

Playlist for Saturday, July 3rd

Dawning, Karen Olson
Distant Shores, Gary Stroutsos
Love Remembered, Stephen Rhodes
A Sublime Place, Erik Wallo
Jewelled Light, Shawndeya
Where the Joys Are, Dean Evenson
Finding My Way, Liquid Mind
Gaia, Shastro
The Water Garden, Alex de Grassi
In the Stillness of Peace, Michele McLaughlin
A Rose Distilled, David Wahler
I Never Left, Alicia Besette
Easy Going, Aqualite
Naked, Anoushka Shankar
Esmer, Third Planet
It's A New Day, Loving Paris
Daylight, Kites
Sinking Into You, Macey Lind
Let It Flow, Chez Lamar
Next to You, Dulce Shern
Step Into the Light, Candice Brown
Summer Smile, Nora Simmons

Friday, July 2, 2010

Friday Soundings 7/2

Hosts - John Gaguine and Judy Blue Eyes


A mixture today of all sorts of stuff, with emphasis on things Canadian, since yesterday was Canada Day


Stevie Ray Vaughn - Cold Shot, The Sky Is Crying (Elmore James)


Madeleine Peyroux - Dance Me to the End of Love (Leonard Cohen), River (with k.d. lang; Joni Mitchell); Looking for the Heart of Saturday Night (Tom Waits)


Elmore James - Dust My Blues, The Sky Is Crying, It Hurts Me Too

Butterfield Blues Band - Look Over Yonders Wall (James, maybe), Got My Mojo Workin' (Muddy Waters)


Diana Krall - I've Got You under My Skin (Cole Porter), Peel Me a Grape


John Lee Hooker, with Carlos Santana - Chill Out (Things Gonna Change), The Healer


Leonard Cohen - First We Take


Friday Crosscurrents 7/2

Hosts - John Gaguine, Katie Chapman, Judy (Blue Eyes) Posner

Yesterday, July 1, was Canada Day, so we're playing a lot of Canadian musicians today

Joni Mitchell - Free Man in Paris, Judgment of the Moon and Stars (Ludwig's Tune), Cactus Tree

Neil Young - Hey Hey My My (Into the Black), Cinnamon Girl, Sugar Mountain

Buffy Sainte-Marie - I'm Gonna Be a Country Girl Again, Pineywood Hills, Now That the Buffalo's Gone

Guess Who - No Time, These Eyes, No Sugar Tonight/New Mother

k.d. lang - Angels with a Lariat, Helpless (Neil Young), A Case of You (Joni M.)

Gordon Lightfoot - Canadian RR Trilogy

Bob Dylan - Mississippi, Tonight I'll Be Staying Here with You, Meet Me in the Morning

The Who - Magic Bus, Won't Be Fooled Again

Stones - Miss You, Jumpin' Jack Flash

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Th TL with Katie B 7-1-10 p.2

Leonard Cohen
Bird on a Wire
Live on the Isle of Wight
1970

KD Lang
What Better Said
Invincible Summer
2000

Joni Mitchell
California
Greatest Hits

Neil Young
Cinnamon Girl
Greatest Hits

Poem of the Show
In a Country
Song of the Open Road
9 March 1978

Simon and Garfunkel
America
Old Friends

Eric Clapton
SF Bay Blues
Unplugged
1992

Santana and John Lee Hooker
The Healer
Essential Santana

Bruce Springsteen
Asbury Park 4th of July

X
4th of July

Monkees
Words
Pleasant Valley Sunday
Anthology

The Whitest Boy Alive
Fireworks

Decembrists
Sons and Daughters
The Crane Wife
2006

Jason Mraz
the Remedy

Animal Collective
Fireworks

Thursday Tideline with Katie B. 7-1-10

Alejandro Escovdeo
Faith
Ft. Worth Blue
Anchor
Street Songs of Love
2010

Band of Horses
Blue Beard
Infinite Arms
2010

Gordon Lightfoot
Canadian Railroad Triology
The Best of Gordon Lightfoot
Rel. 1980

K.D. Lang
After the Goldrush
Hymns of the 49th Parallel
2004

Neil Young
Far From Home
Prarie Wind

Joni Mitchell
You Turn Me on I'm Radio
Miles of Aisles
Live at the Universal Amphitheater
1974

Afternoon Classics 7/1

John Gaguine (3 to 5), sitting in one last time for Mike Price

Mozart - 2nd movement of the 21st Piano Concerto, K 467 - Daniel Barenboim, on piano and directing the English Chamber Orchestra

Brahms - Sonata No. 1 in E minor, Op. 38 - Susan Salm, cello, and Lauretta Altman, piano

Berlioz - Symphonie Fantastique - The Cleveland Orchestra, Lorin Maazel conducting

Telemann - Trumpet Concerto in D Major - Rolf Smedvig, trumpet, with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Jahja Ling conducting

Grieg - Lyric Pieces, Op. 43 (Butterfly, Solitary Wanderer, At Home, Little Bird, To Spring) - Leif Ove Andsnes, piano