Sunday, September 15, 2013

A Little Bit of Broadway


In 1960, a young boy debutd on Broadway, and the world fell in love with Oliver. Based on Charles Dickin's novel Oliver Twist, the show became a classic and is still belowed around the world. We are listening today to the 1994 London revival.
Music, Lyrics and Book by Lionel Bart.

Thursday, September 12, 2013

Friends&Neighbors Wed 7 pm Sept 11, 2013

Here's the list (artist, tune, album)

PlayList   Sept 11, 2013

Susan Grace There's Always Rocks   into the light

Alison Brown Song of Monterrey  Quartet

Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band Ragged but Right  Ragged but Right

Tim O'Brien Daddy's on the Roof Again  Rock in My Shoe

Great Alaska Bluegrass Band Walking through Your Town TGABB

Katy Boyd with Cactus Choir  Don't Send Me Flowers  once in a bluegrass moon

Joseph Sobol Song: the Pasture , words by Robert Frost, Citternity on Kiltartan Road music
Reels: McGreevey's, with Martin Hayes

Leo Kottke, Watermelon Leo Kottke
LIttle Beaver   A Shout Toward Noon
Corrina, corrina   Standing in My Shoes

Bill Morrisey Avalon Blues the essential collection

Peter Mulvey  Road to Mallow  Kitchen Radio

Penny Nichols  Darcy Farrow  I'll Never Be That Old Again

Marian Call Coffee by Numbers  Something Fierce

Alison Brown Wonderful Sea Voyage of holy St Brendan  Quartet

Bela Fleck and the Flecktones  Scuttlebutt   UFO to You

Mickey Hart  Dance of the Hunter's Fire  Planet Drum

Big Blow & the Bushwackers  Seriously Stinky Didj  habagoola on wedgie records

Maura O'Connell  Summerfly   words by Cheryl Wheeler Helpless Heart

Guy's All-Star Shoe Band the Weary Farewell Blues Shake It, Break It, and Hang it on the Wall

Laurie Lewis/Linda Tillery/Barbara Higbie Hills to Hollers  Rosie  Live
Tip the Canoe

The Family Carr Reel Sebastian/Le Reel des voyageurs/Le Forgeron

Guy's All-Star Shoe Band Summer Slipped Away Shake It, Break It, and Hang it on the Wall

Waterbound Fish Makes You Smart  Sometimes a Great Ocean

Heidi Muller Cassiopeia  Cassiopeia

Larry Unger/Ginny Snow Foggy Morning Waltz  Waltz Time

Big Blow & the Bushwackers Wild Mountain Thyme  habagoola

Saturday, September 7, 2013

Jazz World

1. ARTIST: Carla Bley

SONG: "Goodbye Pork Pie Hat." 8:39

ALBUM: "Big Band Theory." 2007

2. ARTIST: Stephane Grappelli

SONG: "Pennies From Heaven." 7:01

ALBUM: "The Best of Stephane Grappelli."

3. ARTIST: Stephane Grappelli

SONG: "Mack The Knife."

ALBUM: "The Best of Stephane Grappeli."

4. ARTIST: Charlie Haden with Michael Brecker, featuring Brad Mehldau, Brian Blade

SONG: "American Dream."

ALBUM: "American Dream."

5. ARTIST: Mess

SONG: "a nice ride."

ALBUM: "St. Amblendfoll."

6. ARTIST: Mess

SONG: "moss."

ALBUM: "st. amblendfoll."

7. ARTIST: Bob James, David Sanborn

SONG: "Another Time, Another Place."

ALBUM: "Quartette Humaine."

8. ARTIST: Dainius Pulasuskas Jazz Sextet

SONG: "Waltz."

ALBUM: "1999."

9. ARTIST: Medeski, Scofield, Martin, Wood

SONG: : "Little Walter Rides Again."

ALBUM: "Out Loud."

10. ARTIST: Medeski, Scofield, Martin & Wood

SONG: : "In Case The World Changers Its Minds."

ALBUM: "Out Loud."

11. ARTIST: David Sanborn

SONG: "Harlem Nocturne."

ALBUM: "timeagain."

12. ARTIST: Anderskov Accident

SONG: "Den Onde Cirkel."

ALBUM: "Copenhagen Jazz Festival, 2006."

13. ARTIST: Charlie Haden with Michael Brecker, featuring Brad Mehldau, Brian Blade

SONG: "Sotto Voce."

ALBUM: "American Dream."

14. ARTIST: Grover Washington
SONG: "Mister Magic."
ALBUM: "Best of Grover Washington."

15. ARTIST: Wanderlust
SONG: "Jabiluka."
ALBUM: "Song and Dance."

16. ARTIST: Thelonius Monk
SONG: "Straight, No Chase."
ALBUM: "Monkism."

17. ARTIST: David Sanborn
SONG: "Comin' Home Baby."
ALBUM: "Timeagain."

Thursday, September 5, 2013

Friends & Neighbors, Sept 4 2013

part of our eclectic broadcasts can always call to make requests or get details...Wednesdays 7 - 9 pm

Patrick Landeza Slack Key Huaka'i
Inul Ka Wai

Sons of the Never Wrong Nuthatch Suite
Stylish Man
good reasons
Door of Love

Emily Herring Your Mistake
Austin Ain't Got No City Limits
One Sip of Water

Si Kahn & the Looping Brothers Aragon Mill: the Bluegrass Sessions
Blue Ridge Mountain Refugee
To Hear Dow Watson Play
Gone, Gonna Rise Again
Acoustic Rainbow Volume 42
Wild Rose of the Mountain

finders & youngberg I Don't Want Love You Won't Give Until I Cry
hey ramona
girl from the north fork valley

Dan Hopson Watercolor

Molasses Creek Follow the Heron Home
Write Myself a Letter
More Better
Give Yourself to Love

Kray van Kirk Contrary
Grizzly Jack

Pete Seeger
Living in the Country
My Get Up and Go
Where Have All the Flowers Gone?

Highwoods String Band Feed Your Babies Onions
Money Musk
Pig Ankle Rag
Free Little Bird

James Talley Touchstones
Trying Like the Devil
Are They Going to Make Us Outlaws Again?

Urban Monroes Acoustic Rainbow Volume 42
Never My Love
Old Buck Old Buck
Chilly Winds

Monday, September 2, 2013

A Little Bit of Broadway September 1, 2013

Sue B presents "Hello, Dolly!"

It started with the celebrations marking the 50-year anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech...I began looking for what was making a splash on Broadway in 1963. Now...follow the dots...Hello, Dolly! was workshopping in Detroit in 1963, and opened on Broadway in January 1964, with the ebullient Carol Channing as Dolly. So today, I'm playing the 1967 version featuring Pearl Bailey and Cab Calloway! Makes sense, right?!

It is rare that a replacement cast gets its own cast recording, but five days after this version opened, David Merrick got the cast into the recording studio, and I'm  glad!

Hello, Dolly! music and lyrics by Jerry Herman.

Principal cast includes: Pearl Bailey, Cab Calloway, Emily Yancy, Jack Crowder, Winston DeWitt Hemsley, and Chris Calloway.

In 1963, the biggest flop was Stephen Sondheim's Anyone Can ran for just 8 days. Of course, Sondheim kept writing, and so to round out today's show, we're celebrating the birthdate of Yvonne DeCarlo, famously known as Moses' wife in The Ten Commandments (opposite Charlton Heston) and Lily Munster in 60's television show The Munsters, as she performs the show-stopper "I'm Still Here" from Sondheim's show "Follies." 

Take Five, Sept. 1, 2013

1. ARTIST: Charlie Parker

SONG: "The Gypsy."

ALBUM: "The Legendary Dial Masters," Vol. 1

2. ARTIST: Charlie Parker

SONG: "Autumn In New York."

ALBUM: "Bird, The Complete Charlie Parker on Verve."

3. ARTIST: Fangs

SONG: "On A Misty Night."

ALBUM: "Fangs."

4. ARTIST: Fangs

SONG: "Fangs."

ALBUM: "Fangs."

5. ARTIST: Herbie Hancock

SONG: "Both Sides Now."

ALBUM: "River, The Joanie Letters."

6. ARTIST: Aaron Parks

SONG: "Harvesting Dance."

ALBUM: "Invisible Cinema."

7. ARTIST: Main Street

SONG: "Babyback Ribs."

ALBUM: "Babyback Ribs."

8. ARTIST: Main Street

SONG: "Spring Has Not Come Yet."

ALBUM: "3rd St."

9. ARTIST: Aaron Parks

SONG: "Karma."

ALBUM: "Invisible Cinema.

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10. ARTIST: Manu Katche'

SONG: "Running After Years."

ALBUM: "Manu Katche'."

11. ARTIST: Manu Katche'

SONG: "Bliss."

ALBUM: "Manu Katche'."

12. ARTIST: Clarence Clemons

SONG: "Abraxas."

ALBUM: "Peacemaker."

13. ARTIST: Peter Erskine

SONG: "For The Time Being."

ALBUM: "Time Being."

14. ARTIST: Tom McKinley

SONG: "Out of Nowhere."

ALBUM: "Jazz Alive at Pittsburg."

15. ARTIST: Bobby McFerrin & Yo Yo Ma

SONG: "Coyote."

ALBUM: "Hush." 1991

16. ARTIST: Frank Sinatra

SONG: "Come Fly With Me."

ALBUM: "Come Fly With Me."

17. ARTIST: Frank Sinatra

SONG: "London By Night."

ALBUM: "Come Fly With Me."

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