Saturday, October 30, 2010

Ambient Groove 10/30/2010

Ambient Groove with Rain Country Robert


Winds of Carnival
Jonathan Cain

Moon Dance
Andreas Vollenweider

See My Love
Andreas Vollenweider

Dancing with the Lion
Andreas Vollenweider

John Serrie

Jan Hammer


In Paradiso

On American
John Tesh

Symphony of the Forest

River Run
Tony Elman

Some Other Sunset
David Benoit

Learning What Love Means
Michael Franks

I Love Lucy
Michael Franks

Practice Makes Perfect
Michael Franks

A Radiant Band of Ligh
Christopher Franke

Earth Waltz

It Could Happen To You
Joe Pass

Joe Pass

Too Late Now
Joe Pass

Sand in Your Eyes
Twilight Hotel

Impatient Love
Twilight Hotel

Highway Prayer
Twilight Hotel

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Afternoon Classics, Thursday, October 28, 2010

This is my final program for the month of October, I will be back on Nov. 2 with the next installment of Afternoon Classics. The whole gist of this is that I will miss Halloween. Shucks. Anyway back to music:

Autumn from The Four Seasons by Antonio Vivaldi with Monica Huggett - violin; Nicholas Kraemer and The Raglan Baroque Players
Graduel: Benedictus Dominus, a bit of Gregoria Chant performed by the Monks of St-Benois Abbey
Piano Quarte of Aaron Copland performing: Charles Rex, Rebecca Young, Alan Stepansky, Israela Margalit
Duo Concertante by Igor Stravinsky, Igor Stravinsky and Joseph Szigeti performing.
Symphony No 6 "Pathetique" Op. 74 of Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky. Paavo Jarvi conducting the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
Harmonica Concerto by Heitor Villa-Lobos (I promised this yesterday) with Robert Bonfligo, and Gerward Schartz leading the New York Chamber Orchestra
Sinfonietta by Jack Gallagher, JoAnn Falleta and member of the London Symphony.
Symphony in E minor, Gaelic, by Amy Beach. Kenneth Schermerhorn and the Nashville Symphony Orchestra.

See you next month!
Mike Price

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Tideline 27 Oct. 2010

Kickin' it with your host, Angelina: "I'm feeling a bit in the Halloween mood."

Lonely at the Top (Colette Costa)
When You Got A Good Friend (Guy Davis)
Devil's in the Jukebox (Ray LaMontagne)
Late Night Pilgrim (Tift Merritt)

Bad Things (Jace Everett)
Evil (is going on) - (Howlin' Wolf)
Voodoo Music (Los Lobos)
Bleed 2 Feed (CC Adcock & The Lafayette Marquis)

Frenzy (Screamin' Jay Hawks)
Swampblood (Th' Legendary Shack * Shakers)
Christine's Tune (a.k.a. Devil in Disguise)
Candy Girl (Straight 8s)

Bend (Meg Mackey)
Sombrero (Meg Mackey)
Fool to Care (CC Adcock & The Legendary Shack * Shakers)
Give it Up (Lee Dorsey)
Dance All Night (Ryan Adams & The Cardinals)
Devil Got My Woman (Skip James)

No Place for a Woman (Twilight Hotel)
Shake & Fingerpop (Junior Walker & The Allstars)
Beyond Here Lies Nothing (Bob Dylan)
Gasoline & Matches (Buddy & Julie Miller)
Howlin' for my Baby (M. Ward)

Werewolves of London (Warren Zevon)
The Murder (Danny Elfman - musical score from "Psycho")
Psycho (Teddy Thompson)

Baby Blue (Rod Picott)
Workshirts & Turpentine (Rod Picott)
Why (Tift Merritt)
I Walk The Line (Johnny Cash)

Afternoon Classics, Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Today's program has a little lite and a little heavy - depending on how you like your latte.

Overture: Cesare in Farmacusa by Antonio Salieri; Michael Dittrich conducting the Czecho-Slovak Radio Symphony Orechestra
Fantasie No. 14a in C minor, K 475 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Heidi Lowy - piano
Violin Sonata in D minor, No. 3, Op. 108 Johannes Brahms Denes Zsigmondy - piano, Annaliese Nissen - piano
Spirit Dance by David Braid David Braid - piano & The Canadian Brass
Piano Concerto No. 1, Op. 23 of Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky Andre Watts - piano, Yoel Levi Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
Night on Bare Mountain, Modest Moussorgsky (arr Rimsky-Korsakov) Valery Gergiev Vienna Philharmonic
Prelude to Kovanshchina; Modest Moussorgsky (arr Shostakovich) Valery Gergiev Vienna Philharmonic
Voices for Solo Clarinet & Orchestra by Derek Bermel Derek Bermel - clarinet; Gil Rose & Boston Modern Music Project
Concerto for Piano & Orchestra No. 2 in C minor, Op. 18 Sergei Rachmaninov Arthur Rubenstein - piano; Fritz Reiner Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Concerto for Violin & Orchestra No. 1 in A minor, Op. 99 Dmitry Shostakovich David Oistrakh - violin; Dmitri Mitropoulos New York Philharmonic
Lovers on the Celestial Sphere (2006) by Jun Nagao with Kenneth Tse - Tenor saxe; Nobuya Sugawa - Soprano Saxe

See you tomorrow!

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Tideline 10-26-10

Bob Dylan - Blowin' In The Wind
Twilight Hotel - Viva la Vinyl
Twilight Hotel - No Place for a Woman
Jim Byrnes - Black Nights
Dave Frank - Midtown AM
Dan Mcelrath and the Dan Mac Quintet - Furry Bached Lisa
Dave Frank - You and the Night and the Music
Dan Mcelrath and the Nad Mac Quintet - Just An Otter
Chet Baker - Autumn Leaves
Hubert Laws - Fire and Rain
Mike Grutka- Circle
Sarah Harmer - The Thief
Nellie McKay - Bruise on the Sky
Elizabeth and the Catapult - Time (We All Fall Down)
Ry Cuming - Always Remember Me
Jeff Lionheart - Without You
Matt Haimovitz - Open Country Joy
Matt Haimovitz - Meeting of the Spirits
Robert Plant - Even This Shall Pass Away
Marc Benno and the Nightcrawlers - Last Train
Marc Benno and the Nightcrawlers - Coffee Cup
Lotus - Behind Midwest Storefronts
Bob Dylan - The Times They Are A-Changin'

Afternoon Classics, Tuesday,October 26, 2010

Well a happy Tuesday to one and all. I hope everyone took the opportunity to see and experience the Juneau Symphony Orchestra performing Mahler's Symphony No. 2, Resurrection, this past weekend. As many times as I have heard the Mahler No. 2 performed and on Disc or Tape (remember those?) it is still a thrilling experience to hear it performed once more. This is a powerful piece and one which can tug mightily on the heart strings if one should really enter into it. To attempt such a piece would seem a bit out of the JSO's league, but let me tell you - they proved they can perform with the big boys. The whole orchestra was in top condition and performed very well, the brass could knock your socks off and the percussion was outrageously wonderful. There was a dynamic in the orchestra that I had not heard before. The strings were smooth and everyone else was busy doing his or her bit.
I am not sure who to pick out in the percussion, there were a number of people who stood out, in the trumpets it was Rick Trostle. There were also a number of people who had returned to perform in the Mahler: Julie Batushek on viola, Bob King on violin and Sally Schlichting on flute, to mention several. We really should be proud of our own Juneau Symphony which has become a first class symphonic orchestra.

In the meantime: here is the list for today's program:

Cello Concerto No.1 G474 by Luigi Boccherini performed by Walter Möller - cello; Hans-Martin Linde plus the Linde Consort
Symphony in C major by Georges Bizet Louis Fremaux City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
L'Arlesienne, Suite for Orchestra, Georges Bizet Michel Plasson Orchestra du Capitole de Toulouse
Sonata in G minor for Cello & orchestra, Op. 19 Sergei Rachmaninov Wendy Warner - cello; Irina Nuzova - piano
La Creation du Monde Darius Milhaud Kent Nagano L'Orchestre de L'Opera de Lyon
Concerto for 'cello & orchestra, Op. 85 Sir Edward Elgar Jacqueline Du Pre - cello; Sir John Barbirolli the London Symphony
Symphony No. 4 in E minor, Op. 98 Johannes Brahms Wolfgang Sawallisch The London Philharmonic
Polonaise No. 6, Op. 53, "Heroic" Frederick Chopin Lang-Lang - piano
Polka from "The Age of Gold" Ballet Dmitry Shostakovich Erich Kunzel The Cincinnati Pops Orchestra
See you tomorrow!
Mike Price

Sunday, October 24, 2010

A Little Bit of Broadway

Damn Yankees

Take one devoted fan of the Washington Senators, who would give up everything (inckuding his soul) if his beloved team could beat the New York Yankees. Well, call on the devil and he’ll show up. So Joe sells his soul -- -- and this retelling of the Faust story brings us great comedy and great music and seven Tony Award s, including best musical!

We are listening to the film version, because I can’t find the original cast recording I have or the revival cast recording. Ray Walston, Gwen Verdon and Tab Hunter star.

Music Richard Adler
Lyrics Jerry Ross
Book George Abbott, Douglass Wallop
Basis The Year the Yankees Lost the Pennant by Douglass Wallop

The original show debuted on Broadway in 1955, with the film verison showing up in 1958, What other movies were around in the '50's?

Bus Stop – The Bus Stop Song – The Four Freshman
Calamity Jane – Secret Love – Doris Day
Pajama Game – Hey There – John Raitt
A Star is Born - The Man that Got Away – Judy Garland
Pete Kelly’s Blues - Pete Kelly’s Blues – Roy Heindorf
A Certain Smile – A Certain Smile – Johnny Mathis
A Summer Place - A Summer Place - Percy Faith
Bridge on the River Kwai -River Kwai March/Colonel Bogey - Mitch Miller
Moulin Rouge - Moulin Rouge - Percy Faith

We Like Kids

Hosts - Jack and Tulio Fontanella

Early in the Morning/Blow the Man Down, Mike Mennard, Pirates
Halloween Jokes, Sue Snitzer, Boo Cackle Trick or Treat
Hobnobbin with a Goblin, Katherine Dines, Hunk Ta, Bunk Ta Spooky!
What Do You Like about Halloween?, Sue Snitzer, Boo, Cackle, Trick or Treat!
Dem Bones, Katherine Dines, Hunkta, Bunck Ta, Spooky!

Black Cats, Spiders and Bats Blues, Katherine Dines, Hunck Ta, Bunck Ta Spooky
Halloween Rock and Roll, It's Halloween
Monsters in the Bathroom, Bill Harley, Monsters in the Bath Room

Alicia and the Little Monster, Bill Harley, One Time
Monster Halloween, It's Halloween!

Vegetation Migration/Celery Stalks at Midnight, Al Simmons, Celery Stalks at Midnight
The Purple People Eater, The Pumpkin Uglies, Rockin' the Graveyard
Jack, Jack, I Want My Pumpkin Back!, It's Halloween
Monster Mash, The Pumpkin Uglies, Rockin' the Graveyard
Ride the Witches Broom, It's Halloween

Saturday, October 23, 2010

Friday, October 22, 2010
All Around the World

Bette Midler “Friends”
Burning Flames “Workey Workey”
Barrio Chino “Saudade”
Johnny Clegg & Savuka “Rolling Ocean”
Teresa Bright “Ti Hore Mai Te Rangi”
Bela Fleck “Rocky Road”
Men at Work “Down Under”
Lura “Bida Mariadu”
Choclate Amenteros “Chocolate Sambrosa”
Calic “Un Poeta”
Riccardo Tesi “il Battagliero”
Mo’ Horizons “Hit the Road, Jack”
Coco Briaval “Les Yeux Noir”
Itay Pearl “Chipopo”
Agricantrus “Spunta in Suli”
Anastasia Moutsatson “Ola Ta Aiskola”
Ali Farka Touree “Karaw”
The Itals “Could You Be Loved”
Ancient Future “The Empress”
The Chieftons “Coolin Medley”
Yannick “Ces Soirees”
Wailin’ Jennys “One Voice”

Friday, October 22, 2010

Friday Soundings

Host - John Gaguine

Just jazz today - instrumental and vocal

Steve Million - When the Sun Comes Out (Harold Arlen, Ted Koehler)

Monica Mancini, singing songs written by her father, Henry Mancini - Anywhere the Heart Goes (Meggie's Theme) (from the TV movie The Thorn Birds), Charade (from the great 1963 movie of that name), Moon River (from Breakfast at Tiffany's)

John Coltrane, tenor sax, and Duke Ellington, piano - In a Sentimental Mood, Take the Coltrane - both written by Ellington

Monica Hatch - Uma Bencao, Danny Boy

Cleo Laine - Inside a Silent Tear (Blossom Dearie), Since You've Asked (Judy Collins), In the Days of Our Love (PEggy Lee, Marian McPartland)

Stephane Grappelli, violin, and Yo-Yo Ma, cello - Anything Goes, I Concentrate on You (both Cole Porter)

Michael Feinstein - Time Enough for Love (Jimmy Webb), You AreThere, Half of April (Most of MAy) (Bob Merrill, Feinstein)

Wynton Marsalis septet - three pieces from Marsalis' In This House On This Morning - Processional, Benediction, Pot Blessed Dinner

Tony Bennett - Last Night When We Were Young, One for My Baby, I'll Be Seeing You - from his CD Perfectly Frank - The Torch and Saloon Songs of Sinatra

Billy Novick, clarinet, and Guy Van Dusen, acoustic guitar - New Orleans Farewell (Novick), Swipesy Cakewalk (Scott Joplin)

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Afternoon Classics, Thursday, October 21, 2010

From the wild to the sublime today; we will begin with Bach and end with Rorem:

Suite for cello No. 1 in G major, BWV 1007 Johann Sebastian Bach Luigi Piovano
Piano Concerto No. 2 in A major Franz Liszt Norman Krieger - piano, Paul Freeman Prague Radio Orchestra
Fantasy on Themes from Rienzi Wagner/Liszt David Allen Wehr - piano
Dante Symphony Franz Liszt Leon Botstein London Symphony Orchestra
Velocity Kenji Bunch Marya Martin - flute; Colette Valintine - piano
Symphony No. 5 in Eflat major, Op. 82 Jean Sibelius Vladimir Ashkenazy Philharmonia Orchestra
Four Scottish Dances, Op. 59 Sir Malcolm Arnold Andrew Penny Queensland Symphony Orchestra
Symphony No. 4, Op. 71 Sir Malcolm Arnold Andrew Penny National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland
Four Irish Dances, Op 126 Sir Malcolm Arnold Andrew Penny Queensland Symphony Orchestra
Four Prayers Ned Rorem Marya Martin - flute; Colette Valintine - piano


Afternoon Classics, Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Sorry for the delay in posting this, I found myself somewhat behind in my chores, nevertheless better late than never!

Overture on Russian Themes Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov Igor Golovschin Moscow Symphony Orchestra
Cortege from Mlada Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov Donald Johanos CSR Symphony Orchestra (Bratislava)
Three Places in New England (1913) Charles Ives Leonard Slatkin St. Louis Symphony Orchestra
The Unanswered Question Charles Ives Leonard Slatkin St. Louis Symphony Orchestra
Sextet in G major, Op. 36 Johannes Brahms Pina Carmirelli, Jon Toth, Philipp Naegele, Caroline Levine, Fortunato Arico & Dorothy Reichenberger
Dance of the Tumblers fr The Snow Maiden Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov Donald Johanos CSR Symphony Orchestra (Bratislava)
Dance Rhapsody No. 2 Frederick Delius Sir Thomas Beecham Royal Philharmonic
Violin Concerto No. 2, Capriccio Krzysztof Penderecki Isaac Stern - violin; Skrowaczewski Minnesota Orchestra
Summer Night Frederick Delius Sir Thomas Beecham Royal Philharmonic

So there you are, an unadorned playlist.

Mike Price

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Tideline 20 Oct. 2010

Kickin' it with your host, Angelina

Little Plastic Castle (Ani DiFranco)
Darling Pretty (Mark Knopfler)
Ol' 55 (Sarah McLachlan)
Hands in Pocket (Laura Gibson)

Beg, Steal or Borrow (Ray LaMontagne)
From Folkstone for Calais (Rev Neil Down with Lahna Deering)
If You Want Me ( Markéta Irglová and Glen Hasard from the Once soundtrack)
Change of Time (Josh Ritter)

The Things That Everybody Does (Tift Merritt)
Velvet on Stone (Deering and Down)
Stillhouse Road (Julie Lee)
I Cried For You (Ann Savoy & Her Sleepless Knigh

Second Guessing (Jonny Lang)
Further on Up the Road (Eric Clapton)
My Rambling Ways (Guy Davis)
I'm a King Bee (Slim Harpo)
Hot Rod Lincoln (Commander Cody & His Lost Planet Airmen)

Metal Firecracker (Lucinda Williams)
Never Been Wrong (The Laura Blackley Band)
Easy Plateau (Ryan Adams)
One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer (John Lee Hooker)

Cry, Cry, Cry (Johnny Cash)
The Garden (Ruth Moody)
Travellin' Shoes (Ruth Moody)
Honeybee (The Blushin' Roulettes)

Big Ol' Moon (The Blushin' Roulettes)
Viva La Vinyl (Twilight Hotel)

Wednesday Crosscurrents 10/20/2010

Hosts - John Gaguine and Mike Godkin

Back to the late 70s and 80s

Jimmy Buffett - Margaritaville

R.E.M. - Man on the Moon

Blondie - Heart of Glass

Paul Simon - I Know What I Know, Gumboots, Under African Skies

Laura Branigan - Gloria (we know that we play this a lot, but it's sort of become our theme song)

Quarterflash - Valerie, Harden My Heart

Katrina and the Waves - Walking on Sunshine

Tommy Tutone - 867-5309/Jenny

Cars - My Best Friend's Girl

Rick Springfield - Jessie's Girl

Linda Ronstadt - Alison (Elvis Costello), It's So Easy (Buddy Holly), White Rhythm and Blues (JD Souther), Somewhere Out There (with James Ingram) (Barry Mann/Cynthia Weil/James Horner, from the movie An American Tail)

Bob Dylan - Changing of the Guards (from 1976's Street Legal)

Joan Baez - Ring Them Bells (Dylan - from Dylan's 1989 CD Oh Mercy)

Kinks - Come Dancing

Juice Newton - Queen of Hearts

Cars - Shake It Up

Pat Benatar - Evening, Heartbreaker, Hit Me with Your Best Shot

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Tideline 10-19-10

Gipsy Kings - Montaña
Ratatat - Grape Juice City
Ottmar Liebert - Santa Fe
Chris Volpe - Wait 'til Tomorrow
Duane Andrews - Isaac's Blues
Pascal Le Boeuf featuring Remy Le Beouf - Park's Place
Michael White - Mechanical Man
The Blank Tapes - This Is My Day
Counting Crows - Rain King
The Beatles - Sun King
UB40 - Red Red Wine
Eurythmics - Here Comes The Rain Again
Mark Ronson Featuring Phantom Planet - Mark Ronson
Spandau Ballet - True
Silversun Pickups - Melatonin
Damien Rice - Volcano
Dave Alvin - 1968
Ry Cooder - Fool For A Cigarette/Feelin' Good
B-52s - Rock Lobster
Bee Gees - Stayin' Alive
Leonard Cohen - Chelsea Hotel #2
Cincinnati Pops Orchestra - Grand Canyon Suite, On The Trail

Afternoon Classics, Tuesday,October 19, 2010

We have a number of new releases to play this week as well as the anniversaries of a number of old musical friends. So, to begin with:
Symphony No. 20 in D, K 133 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart with James Levine and the Boston Symphony Orchestra
Sonata No. 2 in A minor for Cello & Piano, Op. 81 by Nikolai Miaskovsky performed by Wendy Warner - cello; Irina Nuzova - piano
Serenade for strings in C major, Op. 48 by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky; Sir Neville Marriner and the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields
Piano Sonata No. 7 in Bflat, Op. 83 by Sergei Prokofiev performed by Lang Lang - piano
Pictures at An Exhibition (Ravel orch.) of Modest Moussorgsky; Valery Gergiev and the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
Concerto for violin and orchestra No. 1 in D, Op. 19 by Sergei Prokofiev with Gil Shaham - violin; Andre Previn and the London Symphony Orchestra
Gnarley Buttons for clarinet and Orchestra by John Adams, performed by Michael Collins - clarinet; John Adams conducting the London Sinfonietta
Holberg Suite, Op. 40 by Edvard Grieg; again Sir Neville Marriner and the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields

Sunday, October 17, 2010

A Little Bit of Broadway


What do you do when your untalented leading lady is murdered? Well, the show must go on…but who gets the lead? And, less importantly for some folks, who did it? That’s the premise behind the Tony Award winning Curtains. Blackmail, nepotism (or lack of it) and of course, music and dance fill the stage (and backstage) and love conquers all!

Music John Kander
Lyrics Fred Ebb
Book Rupert Holmes
Basis Original book and concept by Peter Stone

Saturday, October 16, 2010

Jazz Beat, October 16, 2010

JAZZ BEAT, October 16, 2010

1. ARTIST: Tony Grey
SONG: "Chasing Shadows."
ALBUM: "Abstract Logix."

2. ARTIST:Ah-Q Jazz Arkestra
SONG: "Jad."
ALBUM: "Yi Nian."

3. ARTIST: Dan Macelrath & the Dan Mac Quintet
SONG: "Sunrise Gold."
ALBUM: "Ajazzka."

4. ARTIST: Dan Macelrath & the Dan Mac Quintet
SONG: "Turnagain Etude."
ALBUM: "Ajazzka."

5. ARTIST: Dan Macelrath & the Dan Mac Quintet
SONG: "Furry Bached Lisa."
ALBUM: "Ajazzka."

6.ARTIST: Victor Correa Septet
SONG: "Lonnie's Lament."
ALBUM: "Coltrane."

7. ARTIST: Black Note
SONG: "Call Me In The Morning."
ALBUM: "Jungle Music."

8. ARTIST: Maynard Ferguson
SONG: "The Way We Were." 3:28
ALBUM: "Chameleon."
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9. ARTIST: Ingrid Jensen
SONG: "Sweet Alelphi."
ALBUM: "Flurry."

10. ARTIST: Yun Jun Park/bass, Yun Il Yang/guitar, Chaek Kim/drums.
SONG: "Strange Meeting."
ALBUM: "The One Night Trio."

11. ARTIST: Ginger Baker Trio
SONG: "Our Spanish Love Song."
ALBUM: "Falling Off The Roof." 1996

12. ARTIST:Bucky Pizzareli
SONG: "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes."
ALBUM: "Solos And Duets."

13. ARTIST: Bucky Pizzarelli
SONG: "One Morning In May."
ALBUM: "Solos And Duets."

14. ARTIST: Bucky Pizzarelli
SONG: "Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most."
ALBUM: "Solos And Duets."

15. ARTIST: Jeff Antoniuk and the Jazz Update
SONG: "Waltz With The Wind."
ALBUM: "Brotherhood."

16. ARTIST: Ah-Q Jazz Arkestra
SONG: "Thinking Of You."
ALBUM: "Yi Nian."

17. ARTIST: Dave Frank
SONG: "You And The Night And The Music."
ALBUM: "Portrait Of New York."

Mudlark Sampler

Host - Jack Fontanella

Turn Your Radio On - Blue Sky Boys

Bird Song, Jesse McReynolds, Songs of the Grateful Dead
Hard times, Squirrel Butter, Renderings
Logan County Blues, Killer Grits, Midnight on the Run

Family Demon, Peter Rowan Bluegrass Band, Legacy
Walter Mouton and the Scott Playboys, Scott Playboys Special, Cajun Dance Favorites
Tony Goldenberg, Jason and Pharis Romero, Back Up and Push
Viens of Coal, The Horseflies, Until the Ocean
Black Eyed Suzie, Bobbo Bell and Ken Waldman, Music Party

Lost Bayou Special, Lost Bayou Ramblers, Live at the Blue Moon

Single Footed Horse, Gypsy Gyppo Stringband
On This Old Farm, Si Kahn, Courage
Catfish Blues, Peter Rowan Bluegrass Band, Legacy
Chinquepin Hunting, Government Issue Orchestra
Molly Put the Kettle On, Adam Hurt, Perspective
Madam Young, Linsay Young and Joel Savoy,
Day by Day, Jesse McReynolds, Songs of the Grateful Dead
Who Shot the Rooster, The Macrae Sisters, Old Sledge

Old Calloused Hands, Jody Stecher and Kate Breslin, Return
Big Scioty, Gypsy Gyppo Stringband
Jesse Lege and Ed Poullard, Live at the Isleton Crawfish Festival
Halifax Armin Barnett with Jason and Pharis Romero, Back Up and Push
Jailer Jailer, Peter Rowan Bluegrass Band, Legacy
Clydes Lost Girl, The Flat Iron Stringband
Walking in Jeruselum, The Southern Schoolhouse Rascals, Old School Mountain Style
Rueben's Train, Bonsoir Catin, Vive l'Amour

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Thursday Tideline with Katie B. 10-14-10

Tonight's playlist is dedicated to the memory and life of John Caouette, a true lover of life and music.

Solomon Burke said. ¨There´s a rainbow in my soul!

Martin Sexton
There Go I
Live Solo

Solomon Burke
Baby Please Don't Cry

Solomon Burke dead at 70; 'the king of rock and soul'

Buddy Guy and BB King
Stay Around a Little Longer

Ruthie Foster
Stone Love
The Truth

Justin Townes Earle
Far From Me
Broken Hearts and Dirty Windows

Cook County Blues Band
Tell Mama
Live at Centennial Hall

I Ain't Never Satisfied

Late John Garfield Blues
Sara Watkins
Broken Hearts and Dirty Windows

Red Molly
Honey on My Grave
Love and other Tragedies

Johnny Cash
Johnny Cash
Personal File

John Lennon
Cold Turkey

Justin Smith
Getting There

Solomon Burke
Live at the House of Blues
with his Souls Alive Orchestra
Everybody Needs Somebody to Love
If You Need me
Tonight's the Night
I almost lost my Mind

Delbert McClinton
Mama's Little Baby
Americana Music Awards Collection

Tom Petty and the Heart breakers
Jefferson Jericho Blues

Sufjian Stevens
Futile Devices
the age of Adz

John Lennon
Jealous Guy

Jackson Browne
Alive in the World
Live Acoustic 2

Jay Farrar and Benjamin Gibbard
California Zephyr
Music from Kerouac's Big Sur

Josh Ritter and Dawn Landes
500 Miles
Hedy West Cover

Joni Mitchell
Urge for Going
Greatest Hits

Red Molly
Keep Your Lamps Trimmed and Burning
Love and other Tragedies

Ben Arnold

Latvian Blues Band
Live Your Own Life

Afternoon Classics, Thursday, October 14, 2010

Music everywhere and I can never find what I am looking for! That pretty much describes how this studio looks on occasion. But nevertheless it always manages to come out right. That which worked today was:

The Colley Flower Cotillion/Hobson's Choice/Miss Macdonald's Reel/Lord Macdonald's Reel a bunch of traditional dances performed by the Colonial Capers of the Early Music New York group.
Flute Concerto in D, RV 428, the Goldfinch, by Antonio Vivaldi Janet See - flute; Nicholas McGegan Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra.
Symphony No. 18 in F, K 130 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. James Levine leading the Boston Symphony Orchestra
Capriccio for Harp & string Orchestra by Walter Piston: Therese Elder Wunrow - harp; Gerard Schwarz Seattle Symphony Orchestra
Symphony No. 4 Walter by Walter Piston again Gerard Schwarz and the Seattle Symphony Orchestra
Sinfonietta (1990/2007) by Jack Gallagher JoAnn Falleta conducting Members of the London Symphony (on a NAXOS label).
Romance for Violin & Orchestra, Op. 11 by Antonin Dvorak performed b y Ilya Kaler - violin; Camilla Kolchinsky Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra
Prelude & Liebestod Tristan und Isolde of Richard Wagner; Christine Brewer - soprano; Donald Runnicles & the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
Tod und Verklärung, Op. 24 by Richard Strauss with Donald Runniicles conducting the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
Violin Concerto in A minor, Op. 53 of Antonin Dvorak. sIlya Kaler - violin; Camilla Kolchinsky Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra.
Concerto No. I in Cminor for piano, trumpet and Orchestra by Dmitri Shostakovich performed by Yefem Bronfman - piano, Thomas Stevens - Trumpet, Esa-Pekka Salonen and the Los Angeles Philharmonic

And that does it for this week, see you on Tuesday!

Mike Price

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Tideline 13 Oct. 2010

Kickin' it in the KRNN studio with your host Angelina:

I had the pleasure of having local talent, Meg Mackey, join me in the studio for the first half of the show. Meg is a singer/songwriter based in Juneau and she played several of her original songs live for our listeners. She has a great sound and did a fantastic job! Some of her influences include Amos Lee and Brandi Carlile.

If you want to hear more of her stuff go to:

First set by Meg Mackey:
Flowing Dress
Rendered Useless
Written in Red (she also played this at the Alaskan Folk Festival)

Second Set by Meg Mackey:
So Nice
Screws Are Missing

2nd half of the show:
Captain Kirk (Bob Schneider - live in Boise, ID)
Gumbo Moon (Grace Potter)
200 More Miles (Cowboy Junkies with Ryan Adams)
Misguided Angel (Cowboy Junkies with Natalie Merchant)

Before You Accuse Me (Take A Look At Yourself) - (Eric Clapton)
Well Well Well (Lucinda Williams)
Good Morning Little School Girl (Jonny Lang)
When The Man Comes Around (Johnny Cash)

A Boy Named Sue (Johnny Cash)
Supply and Demand (Amos Lee)
These Girls (Ryan Adams)
Just Like Heaven (The Watson Twins)
Can't Let Go (Lucinda Williams)

Afternoon Classics, Wednesday, October 13, 2010

This is a day of few pieces of music, but an awful lot of music! The upcoming performance of the Mahler Symphony No. 2, the Resurrection Symphony, is the focus of the first two hours and then Brahms and David Diamond take up the second half.

Siegfried's Death & Funeral music (Götterdämmerung) of Richard Wagner with Leopold Stowkowski and the London Symphony Orchestra begin the program followed by:
Symphony No. 2 in C minor, Resurrection, by Gustav Mahler featuring Eva Marton, Jessye Norman, sopranos, and Lorin Maazel conducting the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra & Vienna State Opera Choir.
For the second half: the Symphony No. 2 of David Diamond with Gerard Schwarz and the Seattle Symphony Orchestra
Elegy in Memory of Maurice Ravel, by David Diamond, again Gerard Schwarz and the Seattle Symphony Orchestra
The Trio No. 1 in B, Op. 8 of Johannes Brahms performed by Vladimir Ashkenazy, Itzhak Perlman, Lynn Harrell (what a crew!) and then Rounds for String Orchestra by David Diamond with Gerard Schwarz conducting the Seattle Symphony Orchestra. Hope you enjoyed it!

Mike Price

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Tideline 10-12-10

Turtle Island String Quartet - Who Do You Think You Are?
Air - Electronic Performers
Annalisa Tornfelt - Days Of A Child
Ringo Starr - Photograph
Badly Drawn Boy - Once Around The Block
The Beatles - The Fool On The Hill (Demo)
Ben Folds - Fred Jones, Part 2
Bon Iver - Blindsided
Brad Mehldau - Paranoid Android
Caetano Veloso - Perdeu
David Reynolds - Pay the Toll
James Cotton - Feelin' Good
John Whelan - The Storm Warning
Karate - Roots And The Ruins
Mark O'Connor - Dixie Breakdown
Modest Mouse - We've Got Everything
Nick Drake - Day Is Done
Phantom Planet - Don't Get Down
Ry Cooder - (random track from Paris, Texas soundtrack)
Shayfer James - Every Fallen Feather
The Shins - Sea Legs
Silver Jackson - Gratitude
Thelonious Monk - Straight, No Chaser
Peter, Bjorn & John - Young Folks
Pinback - Penelope

Afternoon Classics, Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Hello again from Afternoon Classics! It has been a while since I have been on the air and it is most assuredly wonderful to be back. It was an unusual summer which I would prefer not to repeat so we shall go on with the music. So here is the play list for today's date.

Rickett's Hornpipe, Washington Forever, Chorus Jig: traditional melodies, performed by Colonial Capers, Early Music New York
Symphony No. 14 in A, K 114 of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart performed by James Levine and the Boston Symphony Orchestra
Concerto #1 for Piano & Orchestra, Op 11 by Frederic Chopin. Emmanuel Ax at the keyboard and Sir Charles Mackerras conducting the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment
Variations on a Theme of Corelli, Op. 42 by Sergei Rachmaninov. Alexander Romanovsky solo at the keyboard.
Diversions Overture (1986) by Jack Gallagher. JoAnn Falleta and the London Symphony Orchestra performing.
Rondo for cello & piano, Op. 94 by Antonin Dvorak; Robert Cohen - cello; Robert Vignoles - piano
Clarinet Concerto (1928) by Carl Nielsen, Robert Plane - clarinet; Tadaaki Otaka conducting the BBC National Orchestra of Wales
Fantasia on a theme by Thomas Tallis by Ralph Vaughan Williams, Sir John Barbirolli conducting the Sinfonia of London
Fantasia on 'Greensleeves' by Ralph Vaughan Williams Sir John Barbirolli, Sinfonia of London
Symphony No. 4 in F minor by Ralph Vaughan Williams, Bernard Haitink with the London Philharmonic Orchestra
Violin Sonata in F major, Op. 57 of Antonin Dvorak performed by Bohuslav Matousek - violin; Petr Adamec - piano

Sunday, October 10, 2010

We Like Kids! - Synday, October 10, 2010

We Like Kids! Playlist

Circus in Juneau!

I Love A Circus - Dan Crow
The Circus Song - Maria Muldaur
The Man on The Flying Trapeeze - Spike Jones

World Hooping Day

Hula Hoop - Theresa Brewer
Hula Hoop - Cathy & Marcy

Rainforest Week

Raining Like Magic - Raffi
Singing In The Rain - Maria Muldaur
Raining Cats & Dogs - Norman Foote
Raining Cats & Dogs - Lois LaFond

Oklahoma History Day

Oklahoma - Soundtrack

National Cake Decorating Day

Cut The Cake - John McCutcheon
If I Knew You Were Coming - Maria Muldaur
Sunshine Cake - Mike & Carleen McCormack
Unbirthday Song - Sharon, Lois & Bram

Emergency Nurses Week

Angel of Mercy - Jonathan Sprout

Tom Cosgrove in Juneau!

Cookie Time - Jim Cosgrove
Bop, Bop Dinosaur - Jim Cosgrove
Hello Dolly - Louie Armstrong

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Tideline 6 Oct. 2010

Kickin' it with your host Angelina: " Oh where, have you been, my blue-eyed son?"

Bad Things (Jace Everett)
Home (Marc Broussard)
Cold Cold Eyes (Slim Cessna's Auto Club)
Short Skirt/Long Jacket (Cake)

Beyond Here Lies Nothin' (Bob Dylan)
Howlin' For My Baby (M. Ward)
Gasoline and Matches (Buddy & Julie Miller)
To Be Young (Ryan Adams & The Cardinals)

Somethin' To Talk About (Bonnie Raitt)
Another Travelin' Song (Bright Eyes)
A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall (Leon Russell)
Never Been Wrong (The Laura Blackley Band)

Late Night Pilgrim (Tift Merritt)
Devil's In The Jukebox (Ray LaMontagne & The Pariah Dogs)
Xalapa Linda (Rev Neil Down)
Somewhere Else (Kathleen Edwards)

If You Take Me Back (Big Joe & His Washboard Band)
Jolie Louise (Daniel Lanois)
Yum, Yum, Yum (Johnny Temple)
Johnny Appleseed (Joe Strummer) - special listener request "Thanks for tuning in!"

Round and Round (Bonnie Raitt)
You Got The Power (Deering and Down)
Two (Ryan Adams)
Creepin' In (Norah Jones w/Dolly Parton)

Jezebel (Red Molly)
The End of The Line (Red Molly)
Dying Day (Brandi Carlile)
Margaritaville (Jimmy Buffett) - special listener request
Red House (Jimi Hendrix) - special listener request

Wednesday Crosscurrents 10/6

Hosts - John Gaguine and Mike Godkin

No theme today - we're just winging it

Peter, Paul and Mary - Blowing in the Wind (Bob Dylan), Puff the Magic Dragon (PEter Yarrow), If I Had My Way (Rev. Gary Davis)
The Pretenders - Forever Young (Dylan)

The Who - Magic Bus, I Can See for Miles, Won't Get Fooled Again

Four Seasons - December 1963 (Oh What a Night), Working My Way Back to You, Opus 17 (Don't You Worry About Me)

Steve Goodman - who was actually dying when he wrote this - A Dying Cub Fan's Last Request - dedicated to all those Cub fans out there

Brandi Carlisle - The Story
Jessie Baylin - Was I On Your Mind?

Zombies - Tell Her No, Time of the Season, She's Not There

Abbott and Costello - Who's on First?

Beatles - You've Got to Hide Your Love AWay, And I Love Her, Across the Universe, Yellow Submarine, Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da

Petula Clark - Downtown
Dusty Springfield - Wishing and Hoping
John Fogerty - Centerfield

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Jazz Tonight, October 4, 2010


1. ARTIST: Michel Petrucciani, Lee Konitz
SONG: "I Hear A Rhapsody."

2. ARTIST: Roy McGrath Trio
SONG: "Mr. Chow."
ALBUM: "Long Shot."

3. ARTIST: Miles Davis, Evans
SONG: "Prayer, Old Dr. Jesus."
ALBUM: "Porgy & Bess."

4. ARTIST: Miles Davis, Evans
SONG: "My Man's Gone Now."
ALBUM: "Porgy & Bess."

5. ARTIST: Miles Davis
SONG: "It Never Entered My Mind."

6. ARTIST: Terence Blanchard
SONG: "Theme from Chinatown."
ALBUM: "Jazz In Films."

7. ARTIST: Stanley Clarke Trio
SONG: "Sakurra Sakurra."
ALBUM: "Jazz In The Garden."

8. ARTIST: Metheny, Mehldau
SONG: "The Sound Of Water."
ALBUM: "Quartet."

9. ARTIST: Metheny, Mehldau
SONG: "The Sound Of Water."
ALBUM: "Quartet."
=================================== 10 p.m.

10. ARTIST: Rick Zelinsky
SONG: "Good Fortune."
ALBUM: "Rick Zelinsky Live!/Jazz At The Oasis."

11. ARTIST: Terence Blanchard
SONG: "A Streetcar Named Desire."
ALBUM: "Jazz In Films."

12. ARTIST: Dave Brubeck
SONG: "Lilly Marlene."
ALBUM: "Private Brubeck Remembers."

13. ARTIST: Dave Brubeck
SONG: "It's A Sin To Tell A Lie."
ALBUM: "Private Brubeck Remembers."

14. ARTIST: Duke Ellington
SONG: "Le Sucrier Velours."
ALBUM: "The Ellington Suites."

15 ARTIST: Duke Ellington
SONG: "Northern Lights."
ALBUM: "The Ellington Suites."

16. ARTIST: Duke Ellington
SONG: "Northern Lights."
ALBUM: "The Ellington Suites."

17. ARTIST: Yair Loewenson Trio
SONG: "The Death Of Pedushkit."
ALBUM: "Room 13."

18. ARTIST: Herb Alpert
SONG: "Midnight Sun."

19. ARTIST: Herb Alpert
SONG: "A Taste Of Honey."

Tideline 10-5-10

The Horse Flies - Three Shoes
Water Tower Bucket Boys - Fromage
The Tallboys - Sugar In My Coffee-o
Adam Rafferty - Chameleon
The Avett Brothers - Nothing Short of Thankful
Joy Kills Sorrow - Books
Old Crow Medicine Show - Down Home Girl
Mumford and Sons - White Blank Page
Portugal The Man - The Dead Dog
Breathe Owl Breathe - Boat
Brodsky String Quartet - Hoe Down
Brodsky String Quartet - I Almost Had A Weakness
Red Molly - Lookin' For Trouble
Cat Power - Willie
Sigur Ros - Glosoli
Mark Ronson & The Business Int'l - Bang Bang Bang
Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros - Home
Ray LaMontagne - Trouble
Gillian Welch - Rock of Ages
Cadillac Sky - Hangman
Eagles of Death Metal - Miss Alissa
Charlie Haden and Jack Black - Old Joe Clark
The Duhks - Mighty Storm
Gilles Apap - Lonesome Midnight Waltz
The Infamous Stringdusters - Won't Be Coming Back
Okkervil River - Dead Dog Song
Zero 7 - Destiny

Sunday, October 3, 2010

A Little Bit of Broadway

Louisana Purchase

No, not Thomas Jefferson and Lewis and Clark but Irving Berlin!

When the Yankee Senator Loganberry is sent to investigate the corrupt Louisiana Purchase Company in New Orleans, the firm's lawyer, Jim Taylor, attempts to compromise him with the vampish Marina Van Linden and with the coquettish Madame Bordelaise. But the good Senator proves incorruptible and ends up marrying one of the women.

This was Berlin’s first Broadway score since the 1933 As thousands cheer. He followed this hit in 1942 with This is the Army.

So what did Berlin do between those 2 shows? He went to Hollywood, of course! Here’s music from the 1935 Fred Astaire movie Top Hat.
Isn’t this a lovely day?
Top Hat, White Tie and Tails
Cheek to cheek

We Like Kids

Antoine and Max are here to play lots of fun songs and familiar soundtrack music

Adams Family Theme - Vic Mizzy
Double Trouble -Pokemon Soundtrack
Under The Sea -The Little Mermaid
My Name Is Cheech, The School Bus Driver - Cheech Marin
Crazy ABCs Barenaked Ladies
Grandna's Feather Bed - John Denver
Red And Blue And Yellow Too - Cheech Marin
Momma Mia - Momma Mia the Musical
Skeloton Bones - It's Halloween by Lois Zuek and Gary Earl
Mashed Potatoes -Terry A La Berry
Dinasour Rock - Dino Rock
Arabian Nights - Aladin Sountrack
The Tunnel Song - Cheech Marin
Paper Pilot - The Animal Band
stay up late - talking heads
Peter Percival Patterson's Pet Pig Porky - The Monkeys - Dr Dimento Gooses Mother
Aho's Afraid Of The Big Bad Wolf - Disney Classics

Jazz Beat, October 2, 2010

JAZZ BEAT, October 2 2010

1. ARTIST: Dan Macelrath & the Dan Mac Quintet
SONG: "Emerald Isle."
ALBUM: "Ajazzka."

2. ARTIST: Dan Macelrath & the Dan Mac Quintet
SONG: "Turnagain Etude."
ALBUM: "Ajazzka."

3. ARTIST: Mathieu Harlaut, Eric Navet, Sebastien Dochy
SONG: "La Palma."
ALBUM: "La Palma."

4. ARTISTS: Shu Mei
SONG: "Cubano."
ALBUM: "Jazz Canvas, Asian Memories."

5. ARTIST: Michel Petrucciani
SONG: "Home."
ALBUM: "Trio In Tokyo."

6. ARTIST: Rick Zelinsky
SONG: "Gar-Jan."
ALBUM: "Jazz at the Oasis."

7 ARTIST: Pat Metheny
SONG: "Lone Jack."
ALBUM: "Trio 99-00."
8. ARTIST: Rick Zelinsky
SONG: "Be Like The Sun."
ALBUM: "Jazz at the Oasis."

9. ARTIST: George Benson
SONG: "White Rabbit."
ALBUM: CTI Records "The Cool Revolution."

10. ARTIST: Kenji Omae
SONG: "Here For Now."
ALBUM: "Here For Now."

11. ARTIST: Marcus Miller
SONG: "Your Amazing Grace."
ALBUM: "The Ozell Tapes: The Official Bootleg (live)."

12. ARTIST: Sangha Quartet
SONG: "Fear Of Roaming."
ALBUM: "Fear Of Roaming."

13. ARTIST: Fred Haas
SONG: "Autumn."
ALBUM: "Fred Haas."

14. ARTIST: Dan Macelrath & The Dan Mac Quintet
SONG: "Katchemak Bay Dancer."
ALBUM: "Ajazzka."

Saturday, October 2, 2010

Let’s Go to the Movies!
Music and movies go together like peanut butter and jelly, like Batman and Robin, like Juneau and rain!

Magnificent Seven theme/Elmer Bernstein
Do Not Forsake Me/Frankie Lane, High Noon
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly/Ennio Morricone
It’s Raining Men/Geri Halliwell, Bridget Jones’ Diary
Goldfinger/Shirley Bassey
Rock Around the Clock/Bill Haley and the Comets, American Graffiti
Coronation, Duel, Victory and Epilogue/E.W.Korngold, Adventures of Robin Hood
I Heard it Through the Grapevine/Marvin Gaye, The Big Chill
My Girl/The Temptations, The Big Chill
Good Lovin’/The Rascals, The Big Chill
Joy to the World/Three Dog Night, The Big Chill
Wild, Wild West theme/Elmer Bernstein
Black Cauldron theme/Elmer Bernstein
Star Wars main theme/John Williams
Jurassic Park theme/John Williams
Peter Gunn theme/Blues Brothers
Big Rock Candy Mountain/Harry McClintock, O Brother, Where Art Thou
Grey Fox main theme/The Chieftains
Shout/The Isley Brothers, Animal House
Don’t Rain on My Parade/Bobby Darin, American Beauty
I’ll Be OK/Sondre Locke, Dan in Real Life
I Got Rhythm/Gene Kelly, An American in Paris
Main titles/Rachel Portman, Chocolat
Baby, It’s Cold Outside/Esther Williams & Ricardo Montalban, Neptune’s Daughter
River Kwai March & Colonel Bogey/Bridge over the River Kwai
Charioteers March/Miklos Rosza, Ben-Hur

Friday, October 1, 2010

Friday Soundings 10/1

Host - John Gaguine

Eva Cassidy - You've Changed, Still Not Ready, I Can Only Be Me (Stevie Wonder)

Les McCann - piano and vocals - Little Blue Volkswagen (McCann), Samia (McCann, with Eddie Harris on tenor sax)

Typhanie Monique, vocals, and Neal Alger, guitars - Never Can Say Goodbye, If You Love Somebody Set Them Free (Sting)

Judy Carmichael - Riverboat Shuffle (Judy Carmichael), You Took Advantage of Me (Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart)

Michael Buble' - Moondance (Van Morrison), Summer Wind (one of Frank Sinatra's big hits), The Way You Look Tonight (Dorothy Fields and Jerome Kern; another biggie for Frank)

Jane Monheit - I Won't Dance (Jerome Kern, Dorothy Fields, Oscar Hammerstein II, Otto Harbach, Jimmy McHugh) (duet with Michael Buble'), I'll Be Seeing You (Sammy Fain and Irving Kahal), A Case of You (Joni Mitchell)

Dick Hyman plays Jelly Roll Morton - Pep (with big band), The Finger Breaker (Hyman, piano solo), The Pearls (big band), Shreveport Stomp (Hyman, Joe Venuti on violin, and Panama Francis on drums)

Hoagy Carmichael, singing his own songs - Winter Moon, Lazy River

Nancy Harms, jazz vocalist from the Twin Cities - I Wished on the Moon, I'm Pulling Through, Cry Me a River