Sunday, September 30, 2012

A Little Bit of Broadway

Top Hat
The Musical

Today is yet another Broadway show (actually, in this case, West End) that started out life as a film. And what a film. Filled with the glorious music of Irving Berlin, and featuring the incredible dancing of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, Top Hat is considered one of the best, if not the best of the Astaire and Rogers films. It was the second largest grossing film worldwide in 1935, and is filled with classic songs that are still sung today. In fact, I would be willing to bet that someone in Barney McClure’s Swinging in the Rain workshop this week will sing the music of Irving Berlin.

It’s currently playing on the West End, so if you are in London, take the opportunity to see it. And we’ll hope it crosses the big pond soon!

Well, what else should we fill the rest of the time but Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers?! Here’s music from various of their film collaborations.

Saturday, September 29, 2012

Livingston Stapler Company Presents

Jed Davenport & His Jug Band - Beale Street Breakdown
Gerald Wilson - Sunshine Of Your Love
Mojo Nixon & Skid Roper - Debbie Gibson Is Pregnant With My Two-Headed Love Child
PJ Harvey - Man-Sized
Venetian Snares - Chlorophyll
Spike Jones & His City Slickers - Hawaiian War Chant
Pigsy - How To Finger A Rolfaroo
Beastie Boys - Transitions
Pink Martini - Hang On Little Tomato

Grid - Vive Le Swing
PJ Harvey - Highway 61 Revisited
Billy Boy Arnold - Back Door Friend
Piano Red - I Ain't Gonna Be Your Low Down Dog No More
Venetian Snares - Warm Body
Piano Red - Reefer Man
Mojo Nixon & Skid Roper - In A Gdda Da Vida
Gerald Wilson - Light My Fire
Spike Jones & His City Slickers - When Yuba Plays The Rhumba On The Tuba
Howlin' Wolf - Smokestack Lightnin'
Dixie Chicks - Roly Poly
Riva Star - I Was Drunk
Lily Allen - Straight To Hell
Bjork - It's Oh So Quiet
Neko Case - Bowling Green


Van Halen - Big Bad Bill (Is Sweet William Now)
Spike Jones & His City Slickers - Down In Jungle Town
Yusef Lateef - Jungle Fantasy
Mojo Nixon & Skid Roper - She's Vibrator Dependent
The Hong Kongs - Surfing In The South China Sea
Spike Jones & His City Slickers - Chloe
Ayhan Sicimoglu - Istanbul Pas Constantinople
Jimmy Rodgers - Mule Skinner Blues
Etta James - I Just Want To Make Love To You

Spike Jones & His City Slickers - People Will Say We're In Love
Venetian Snares - Einstein-Rosen Dub
Roger & The Tempests - Bad Bad Way
Elvis Presley - Milkcow Blues Boogie
Earl HAgen & The New Interns- New Interns Watusi
The Who - Won't Get Fooled Again

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Soundings Wed. 9/26/2012 (10 am - noon)

I'll Be Seeing You - Billie Holiday
Cryin' Time - Barbara Streisand/Ray Charles

Boogie Woogie Stomp - Albert Ammons
Right Place, Wrong Time - BB King/Bonnie Raitt
Days of Old - B.B. King/Eric Clapton
A Little Bird Told Me - Big Maybelle
Set Fire to the Rain - Adele

Born in Chicago - Paul Butterfield Blues Band
Shake Your Moneymaker - Paul Butterfield Blues Band

The Sky is Cryin' - Elmore James
Kind Hearted Woman - Big Head Todd, Ruthie Foster, Lightnin' Malcom
Feels Like Rain - Jimmy Burns Band
 Come On In My Kitchen - Big Head Todd, Charlie Musselwhite

Woman On My Mind - John Lee Hooker
Tain't Nobody's Business - Gail Winters with Dr. John 

Buddy Bolden's Blues - Jelly Roll Morton
You're all I need to Get By - Lisa Sokolov
A Foggy Day - Frank Sinatra & Willie Nelson
The Very Thought of You - Nellie McKay 

I'm Beginning to See the Light - Jane Stuart
For All We Know - Jane Stuart
Send Me No Flowers - Nellie McKay
The Tears of a Clown - Nneena Freelon 

The Wind Beneath My Wings - Bette Midler
Can't Take My Eyes Off You - ?? 
Rain - Gail Wynters with Dr. John & Roger Kellaway
How Long Has This Been Going On?  - Benny Goodman & Peggy Lee



 




 



Wednesday Crosscurrents 9/26

Host = John Gaguine

Songs brought to mind by Monday's fun concert by Riders in the Sky

Riders in the Sky - Yellow Rose of Texas, Lonely River (Gene Autry), Streets of Laredo, Red River Valley

Old and in the Way - Midnight Moonlight (Peter Rowan)
Rowan - The Free Mexican Airforce

James Taylor - Sweet Baby James
The Byrds - Cowgirl in the Sand (Neil Young)

Patti Larkin - Tango

Sons of the Pioneers - When the Golden Train Comes Down, Send Him Home to Me

Gene Pitney - The Man Who Shot Liberty Valence (Hal David/Burt Bacharach)
Riders in the Sky - The Ballad of Palindrome/Palindrome: The Scene with Johnny Western, Trail of Tears

Buffy Sainte-Marie - Now That the Buffalo's Gone
Brewer and Shipley - Witcha-Tai-To (Jim Pepper)

Asleep at the Wheel - Miles and Miles of Texas, Take Me Back to Tulsa (Bob Wills), House of Blue Lights

Joan Baez - lily of the West
Eva Cassidy - Danny Boy

The Reinsman - Saddle Up
Rex Allen, Jr. - Can You Hear Those Pioneers
Don Edwards - Down by the Brazos

Steve Hite - Ballad of the Yukon

Doors - Riders on the Storm

Sunday, September 23, 2012

A Little Bit of Broadway

Singin' in the Rain
9/23/2012

The absolutely best musical film ever is the 1952 musical film Singin’ in the Rain. Filled with great music as silent film stars deal with the advent of the talkies, the plot is fun, the acting and singing great, and it just is the best way I know of spending time in front of a tv screen (I’d love it see it on the full screen!).


In 1982 Tommy Steele put together a stage version of the show, which started on the West End and then moved to Broadway. We are listening this afternoon to the 2012 London revival cast. It’s currently playing at the Palace Theatre, so if you are in London, take the opportunity to go!

In 1986 Marvin Hamlisch and Howard Ashman took the 1975 beauty pageant spoof Smile and a musical out of it. it flopped, but there some great music in it. Here are two numbers from the show –the title cut, and Disneyland.


A Little Bit of Broadway

Mary Poppins
9/16/2012

In 2005, Disney took its beloved 1964 film musical Mary Poppins and brought it to the Broadway stage. Well, actually, it opened on the West End, but you know what I mean! Based on the novels of P.:. Travers, millions have thrilled to the story of the nanny who files into Cherry Tree Lane and changes the lives of everyone who lives in the house – daughter, son, mother and father. We are listening to the original London cast, which I was lucky enough to see. What a fun evening!


To end, here’s my favorite number from the film version which didn’t make it to the stage version – Ed Wynn singing I love to laugh.




JAZZ BEAT, SEPTEMBER 22, 2012
1. ARTIST: Ah-Q Jazz Arkestra
SONG: "Fat Boy."
ALBUM: "Yi Nian."

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

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

4. ARTIST: Ah-Q Jazz Arkestra
SONG: "Counterpoint For Coelanth."
ALBUM: "Yi Nian."

5. ARTIST: Wanderlust
SONG: "Song And Dance."
ALBUM: "Song And Dance."


6. ARTIST: Wanderlust
SONG: "Delicatessence."
ALBUM: "Song And Dance."

7. ARTIST: Wanderlust
SONG: "Field Call."
ALBUM: "Song And Dance."

8. ARTIST: Wanderlust
SONG: "Jabiluka."
ALBUM: "Song And Dance."

9. ARTIST: George Adams & Don Pullen Quartet
SONG: "Dionysus."
ALBUM: "Earth Beams."

10. ARTIST:  George Adams & Don Pullen Quartet
SONG: "Sophisticated Alice."
ALBUM: "Earth Beams."
********************* 7 P.M.
11. ARTIST: Spotlight
SONG: "Mediterranean Sea."
ALBUM: "Night Drive."

12. ARTIST: Bill Frisell, Ron Carter, Paul Motian
SONG: "On The Street Where You Live."
ALBUM: "Bill Frisell, Ron Carter, Paul Motian."

13. ARTIST: La Palma
SONG: "Mexicanos Autoroute."
ALBUM: "La Palma."

14. ARTIST: Michel Petrucciani, Steve Gadd, Anthony Jackson
SONG: "September Second."
ALBUM: "Trio In Tokyo."

15. ARTIST: Michel Petrucciani, Steve Gadd, Anthony Jackson
SONG: "Cantabile."
ALBUM: "Trio In Tokyo."

16. ARTIST: Frank Rosolino
SONG: "All Blues."
ALBUM: "Trombone Heaven."

17. ARTIST: Herbie Hancock
SONG: 'Ain't Necessarily So."
ALBUM: "Gershwin's World."
==========================8: P.M.
18. ARTIST: Courtney Pine
SONG: "One Mind."
ALBUM: "Underground."

19. ARTIST: Courtney Pine
SONG: "Invisible (Higher Vibes)."
ALBUM: "Underground."

20. ARTIST: David Beckstead
SONG: "Mombassa."
ALBUM: "Mandrampihaona."

21. ARTIST: Arturo Sandoval
SONG: "Tin Tin Deo."
ALBUM: "Dear Diz (Every Day I Think of You.)"

22. ARTIST: Larry Porter
SONG: "Raga 'N Roll."
ALBUM: "Silk Road Blues."

23. ARTIST: Jeff Antoniuk & The Jazz Update.
SONG: "Waltz With The Wind."
ALBUM: "Brotherhood."

24. ARTIST: Jeff Antoniuk & The Jazz Update.
SONG: "Brotherhood."
ALBUM: "Brotherhood."

25. ARTIST: Jaco Pastorius
SONG: "Three Views Of A Secret."
ALBUM: "The Birthday Concert."

26. ARTIST: Ahmad Jamal
SONG: "Autumn Rain."
ALBUM: "Blue Moon."

The End.

Livingston Stapler Company Presents

The Butthole Surfers -     Jet Fighter
Butterbeans & Susie -     What It Takes
Various -     Teach Me Tiger
Louis Prima -     The Lip
The Butthole Surfers -     Revolution Part 1
RL Burnside -     Peaches
Julion Alvarez y Su Norten Banda -     Cuanto Me Gusta Este Rancho
The Rolling Stones -     Some Girls
The Butthole Surfers -     Intelligent Guy
RL Burnside -     Tojo Told Hitler
J.B. Hutto & His Hawks -     Too Much Alcohol
 -    
Senor Coconut -     Homecomputer
Dwight Yoakam -     A Thousand Miles From Nowhere
Richard Cheese -     Rape Me
The Butthole Surfers -     Wichita Cathedral
Beny More -     Francisco Guayabal
Pan Sonic -     Alku
Reverend Horton Heat -     Baddest Of The Bad
The Butthole Surfers -     Mexican Caravan
Ella Fitzgerald With Chick Webb -     When I Get Low I Get High
The Butthole Surfers -     Eye Of The Chicken
Richard Cheese -     Hungry Like The Wolf
Leningrad -     Zvezda Rok-N-Rolla
Rolling Stones -     You Can't Always Get What You Want
Louis Armstrong & Danny Kaye -     When The Saints Go Marching In
Talvin Singh -     Decca
The Butthole Surfers -     Weber
Bunny & Skitter -     A Little Mashin'
Richard Cheese -     Been Caught Stealing
Tito Puente -     Fat Mama
The Butthole Surfers -     Rocky
Richard Cheese -     Welcome To The Jungle
The Rolling Stones -     Over The Waves
Lily Allen -     Not Big
Bebo Valdes -     Sasuama
The Butthole Surfers -     Tongue
Hank Williams -     Settin' The Woods On Fire
The Butthole Surfers -     Human Cannoball
Willie Colon -     Willie Whopper
Spike Jones  -     Clink Clink Another Drink
kid606 -     Relive Yr Unhappy Childhood
The Butthole Surfers -     Gary Floyd
French Kiss -     Lil' Louis
R.E.M. -     Walter's Theme
Ravi Shankar -     Transmigration
RL Burnside -     Jumper Hanging Out On The Line
Martin Denny -     Hawaii Tattoo
Hank Williams -     Pan American
The Johnny Shines Blues Band -     Dynaflow Blues
The Butthole Surfers -     Golden Showers
Mike Lease & Jane Ridout -     Miner's Hornpipe
Richard Cheese -     Brass Monkey
Georgia White -     I'll Be Sittin' On It If I Can't Sell It
The Surf Champlers -     James Bond Theme
Spike Jones  -     I Wanna Go Back To West Virginia
Bongwater -     Chicken Pussy
Akanars -     Go-Go Chinbora
Kid606  -       F*ck Up Everything You Can

Friday, September 21, 2012

Afternoon Classics, Friday, September 21

Hosted by Larry West

Giovanni Antonio Pandolfi Mealli, Sonata Quarta, "La Biancuccia" (by 1669)
Mark Fewer, violin; Myron Lutzke, cello; Kenneth Slowik, harpsichord
Smithsonian Chamber Music Society 2010

Theodor Blumer, Serenade and Theme and Variations, Op. 34 (1918)
Moran Woodwind Quintet
Crystal Records 2007

Georg Friederich Händel, Chaconne in G, HWV 435a (by 1733)
Geneviève Soly, harpsichord
Analekta 2010

Geirr Tveitt, Concerto for Hardanger Fiddle and Orchestra No. 1, Op. 163 (1956)
Stavanger Symphony Orchestra, Ole Kristian Ruud; Arve Moen Bergset, fiddle
BIS 2002

Robert Schumann, Requiem für Mignon, Op. 98b (1848)
Orchestre Révolutionnaire et RomantiqueMonteverdi ChoirKnabenchor Hannover, John Eliot Gardiner; William Dazeley, baritone
Deutsche Grammophon/Arkiv Produktion 1999

Julián Orbón, 3 Versiones sinfónicas (1953)
Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela, Eduardo Mata
Sono Luminus 2010

Giuseppe Verdi, Requiem Mass, "Manzoni Requiem" (1874)
Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Chicago Symphony Chorus, Georg Solti/Margaret Hillis; Leontyne Price, soprano; Dame Janet Baker, mezzo-soprano; Veriano Luchetti, tenor; José Van Dam, bass
RCA Red Seal 1993/2004

Sunday, September 16, 2012

A Little Bit of Broadway

Sweethearts: The Songs Made Famous by Jeanette Macdonald and Nelson Eddy
9/9/2012

In the 1930’s, the singing sweethearts of the silver screen were Jeannette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy. Their 8 films, singing the best of operetta, were major hits during the Great Depression. In fact, for many, Jeannette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy was one word.

:
Sweethearts The Songs Made Famous by Jeanette Macdonald and Nelson Eddy features real-life "sweethearts" Barbra Russell and Ron Sharpe (Les Miserables original romantic leads on Broadway) singing those timeless romantic songs.

To finish, here is Nelson Eddy singing songs from The Desert Song.

Friday, September 14, 2012

Afternoon Classics, Friday, September 14

Hosted by Larry West


Joseph Haydn, Piano Trio in d, Hob. 15, No. 23 (1795)
Naxos 2012


Franz Schubert, Moments Musicaux, Op. 94, D. 780 (1823)
CAG 2012


Richard Strauss, Don Juan, Op. 20 (1889)
Delos 1994


Arthur Honegger, Sonatine VI in e for violin and cello (1932)
ECM New Series 2012


Wilhelm Stenhammar, Late Summer Nights, Op. 33 (1914)
Capriccio 2012


William Alwyn, Concerto for oboe, string orchestra and harp (1944-45)
Chandos 1992


George Frideric Handel, My heart is inditing, HWV 261 (1727)
Archiv Produktion 1982


Virgil Thomson, String Quartet No. 1 (1931)
Boston Composers String Quartet
Navona 2012


Anton Webern, Langsamer Satz (1905)
Naxos 2012

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Tideline 12 SEPT 2012 (with Angelina)

Devil's in the Jukebox (Ray LaMontagne & The Pariah Dogs)
Green River (M. Ward)
Gumbo Moon (Grace Potter)
Let it Ride (Ryan Adams)

Beyond Here Lies Nothing (Bob Dylan)
Bad Things (Jace Everett)
All Thine (Trailer Bride)
High Shelf Booze (Eilen Jewell)

Music from the Motion Picture Soundtrack "Lawless"... fantastic stuff here!

Fire and Brimstone (The Bootleggers featuring Mark Lanegan)
Sure 'Nuff 'n Yes I Do (Ralph Stanley)
White Light/White Heat (The Bootleggers featuring Mark Lanegan)
Cosmonaut (Emmylou Harris)
Fire in the Blood/Snake Song (Emmylou Harris and Ralph Stanley)
Midnight Run (Willie Nelson)

In studio performance by Brooke Morgan!


Dance with Death (Hurray for the Riff Raff)
Put a Lid on it (Squirrel Nut Zippers)
Scattered Leaves (The Be Good Tanyas)
Pearls on a String (Ryan Adams)
What A Gentleman (Liz Snyder)

Monday, September 10, 2012

Monday Tideline with Katie B. Sept. 10, 2012

Performer, musician and vocalist extraordinaire Harrison B. joins Katie B. in the studio today with some new material! Great songs that go together from listener Gabe Kelley on 3 for 3 this week! Plus Katie's playlist that rocked the Klondike from the pass to the parking lot.

Robert Cray Band
Won't Be Comin' Home
Nothin' but Love
2012

3 for 3 this Week! byilistener Gabe Kelley
-I Need by Maverick Sabre
-A Long Time by Mayer Hawthorne
-The World by Charles Bradley

Jesse Colin Young
Ridgetop
Sweet water
1996

Spoon
Cherry Bomb

Blind Pilot
We are the Tide
We are the Tide
2012

Arabian Night
WAGWAK
2012
“I like the idea that you can listen to our music and not know if we are Korean,” says Kim.
What WAGWAK might more easily be mistaken for is a one of the batch of British indie folk, like Mumford & Sons or Frightened Rabbit, that have been sweeping the airwaves these last few years. And they have mastered that sound. Cho’s tumbling guitar fills and Kim’s furious strumming are catchy and captivating, giving the visceral sense that these two love what they’re doing."
http://mplayer.pastemagazine.com/issues/week-59/articles#article=/issues/week-59/articles/wagwak-seoul-south-korea

Shake Your Hips
Slim Harpo
The Best of Slim Harpo
1998

Steve Miller
Take the Money and Run

Hey Rosetta
Young Glass
2012
"Last fall I found myself in the oldest and most easterly city in North America, St. John’s, Newfoundland, in a large convention hall amongst a standing ovation for the band Hey Rosetta!
They had just won their fourth major award of the evening from Music NL, which celebrates music from Newfoundland and Labrador, for Group of the Year, and the audience spontaneously rose to their feet and would not let the cheers die down—the most remarkable part of the adulation being the band was, at that moment, literally on the other side of the world on tour in the middle of Australia."
http://mplayer.pastemagazine.com/issues/week-59/articles#article=/issues/week-59/articles/hey-rosetta-st-johns-newfoundland

Live in the Studio with Harrison B
Americana Fusion
http://www.harrisonbmusic.com/site/

New Orignal Songs

Carry You
Sunshine Down On Me
Father Help Me

Freedom
Harrison B
Harrison B LP
2011

Robert Cray Band
Blues Get Off My Shoulder
Nothin But Love
2012

Shout out louds
Throwing Stones
Work

Ryan Bingham
Dylan's Hard Rain
Roadhouse Sun

Ewert and the 2 Dragons
Good Man Down

Sunday, September 9, 2012

Friends&Neighbors folk Sept 5, 2012

Folk Music Wednesdays from 7 to 9 pm

Chirs Smither on Hundred Dollar Valentine Hundred Dollar Valentine
Robin and Linda Williams on These Old Dark Hills  Tessie Mae
Waz e James on Noisy Trucks Ruby
                   River Boat Queen 
John Lilly on Cold Comfort  Short and Sweet
                   As Is
Erin Thomas on You Don't Know Me Think About It
Liz Zelvin on OASIS: Acoustic XII:5 Outrageous Older Woman
Ryan Mintz on OASIS: Acoustic XII:5 My Religion
Drew Fowler on It's All About Love Lonesome Wind
Modern Mandolin Quartet on Americana Bill Monroe Medley
Ricky Skaggs on Music to my Ears You Can't Hurt Ham
                        You are Something Else
Laura Wetzler on Flying Flying
                      Open Window

and lots more.

Call us during the show at 586 1212, to request a tune.

A Little Bit of Broadway

9/2/2012

Promises, Promises

One of the great lyricists on the 20th century passed away September 1. Hal David started writing in the 1940’s, but gained his most fame wile collaborating with Burt Bacharach. The two wrote some of the best music of the 1960’s and 70’s. That includes the music from their one Broadway show – Promises, Promises. We are listening to the revival cast this afternoon.


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

Productions
1968 Broadway
1969 West End
2010 Broadway Revival

Awards
Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Music


We have enough time to hear just one more Hal David song. Here is the Carpenter’s singing (They Long To Be) Close to You.

Saturday, September 8, 2012

Livingston Stapler Company Presents

Butthole Surfers - Ghandi
Dread Zeppelin - Good Times Bad Times
Steve Earle - Guitar Town
T. Rex - Baby Strange
Treniers - Poon Tang
Father Guido Sarducci - Intro To Handosme Boy Modeling School
Tennessee Ernie Ford - The Shot Gun Boogie
Mojo Nixon - Girlfriend In A Coma
Terry Duvavan - Earthquake Boogie
Don Charles Presents The Singing Dogs - Oh Susanna
Dan The Automator - Herbs, Good Hygiene, & Socks
The Chips - Rubber Biscuits
MC Hawking - Led Zeppelin Medley
Ennio Morricone - The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly
Frank Sinatra - That Old Black Magic
Harry Chapin - Taxi
Joe Walsh - Life Of Illusion
Greyboy Allstars - How Glad Am I
The Burning Sensations - Belly Of The Whale
Ozark Mountain Daredevils - If You Want To Get To Heaven
Muppets - Mahna Mahna
Spike Jones - Rickyshaw
Highland Pipes & Drums - Drum Fanfare
John Williams - Cantina Band
Movie Trailer - All Women Are Bad
Elvis Presley - In The Ghetto
The Bangers - Baby Let Me Bang Your Box
Mafred Hubler & Siegfried Schwab - There's No Satisfaction
Soul Coughing - Bus To Beelzebub
Raymond Scott - Don't Beat Your Wife Every Night
Raymond Scott - Bufferin: Memories
Siouxsie & The Banshees - Peek A Boo
The Vocaleers - Cootie Snap
David Seville - Witch Doctor
Tommy Collins - You Better Not Do That
Dan The Automator - Stroker Ace
Hank Thompson & His Brazos Valley Boys: Squaws Along The Yukon
The Gamblers - LSD-25
Ben E. King - The Hermit Of Misty Mountain
Son House - Pearline
Cowboy Junkies - Walking After Midnight

Friday, September 7, 2012

Afternoon Classics, Friday, September 7

Hosted by Larry West

François Devienne (1759-1803), Trio in G for violin, cello and bassoon, Op. 17, No. 3
Pascale Giguère, violin; Benoit Loiselle, cello; Mathieu Lussier, bassoon
ATMA Classique 2012

Joseph Haydn, Andante with variations in f, “Un Poco Divertimento,” Hob. XVII:6 (1793)
MariannaPrjevalskaya, piano
Naxos 2012


Jean Sibelius, Symphony No. 6 in d, Op. 104 (1923)
LPO 2012


NikitaKoshkin (b. 1956), Megaron Concerto
BIS 2012

Interview with cellist Zuill Bailey

Ignace Pleyel (1757-1831), String Quartet in C
Janacek Quartet
Ars Produktion 2012


Agostino Gabucci, Aria (1935)
Sergio Bosi, clarinet; Riccardo Bartoli, piano
Naxos 2011


Vincent Persichetti, Psalm, Op. 53 (1952)
Mark Records 2005


Ralph Vaughan Williams, Charterhouse Suite for Strings (1923)
Naxos 2001

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Soundings - Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2012 (10 an - noon)

Wednesday Crosscurrents 9/5

Host - John Gaguine

Mostly male singers today, mostly pretty mellow music

Jerry Jeff Walker - L.A. Freeway (Guy Clark), Little Bird, Mr. Bojangles

Randy Newman - Political Science, God's Song, Sail Away, Louisiana 1927

Judy Collins - I Think It's Going to Rain Today (Newman)
Blood Sweat and Tears I, with Al Kooper - Just One Smile (Newman)

Greg Brown - Pledging My Time (Bob Dylan), Who Woulda Thunk It, Two Little Feet

Blood Sweat and Tears II, with David Clayton-Thomas - And When I Die (Laura Nyro)
BS and T I - I Love You More Than You'll Ever Know (Kooper)

Jesse Colin Young, of the Youngbloods fame - Darkness Darkness, Sugar Babe, Get Together (Dino Valente)

Jimmy Cliff = Many Rivers to Cross
Jimi Hendrix - Angel

Johnny Cash - I Won't Back Down (Tom Petty),Solitary Man (Neil Diamond), Stripes, with George Jones, Ballad of a Teenage Queen (Jack Clement, of Sun Records), with Roseanne Cash and the EverlyBros.

Neil Young - My Heart (1994), On the Way Home (live - 1971), The Needle and the Damage Done (same), Change Your Mind (1994)




Monday, September 3, 2012

Cross Currents: Monday 8-10 a.m.

With DJ Trish C. Happy Labor Day!

Can’t Get Enough Of Your Love = Barry White
Ain’t No Mountain High Enough = Supremes
Mercy, Mercy Me = Marvin Gaye
Papa Was A Rolling Stone = The Temptations

In memory of Hal David:
Promises. Promises = Dionne Warwick
Wishin’ and Hoping = Dusty Springfield

Pride and Joy = Stevie Ray Vaughn
Spanish Harlem = Ben E. King
Will It Go Round = Billy Preston
Purple Haze = Jimi Hendrix
Layla = Derek and the Dominos
After Midnight = Eric Clapton
September = Earth, Wind and Fire
Uptight, As = Stevie Wonder
Boogie Wonderland = Earth, Wind and Fire
Unwritten = Natasha Bedingfield
New Attitude = Patti LaBelle
Who Can It Be Now = Men At Work
Addicted To Love = Robert Palmer
Sea Of Love = The Honeydrippers
Trampled Underfoot = Led Zeppelin
Just Another Night = Mick Jagger
Two Of Us = Beatles
I Saw The Light = Todd Rundgren
Road To Nowhere = Talking Heads