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April 27, 2007 Options
So in love with Andrew Hill
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Artist Selection Album    (Label / Recording date)
Theme Music:
Sarah Webster Fabio 
Jujus: Alchemy of the Blues   Options Jujus: Alchemy of the Blues
(Folkways 1976)
ECD  In Tempo   Options Major Force: The Original Art-Form
(Mo Wax 1990)

Andrew Hill Trio 

So in Love
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So in Love

(Warwick 1956)
Charles Mingus  Prayer for a Passive Resistance   Options Mingus at Antibes
(Atlantic 1960)
Duke Ellington Orchestra  Tigress   Options Afro-Bossa
(Reprise 1963)
Don Ayler  The Bebop Tune   Options In Florence 1981
(Frame 1981)

Black Fire   Options Black Fire
(Blue Note 1963)

Talkover Music:
Gwigwi's Band 
Ezindongeni   Options Kwela
(77 1967)

Eloise Bennett 

Love Me, Mr. Strange
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Female Blues Singers
(Document 1926)
Bertha Lee  Mind Reader Blues   Options Masters of the Delta Blues:
The Friends of Charlie Patton
(Yazoo 1934)
Lil Son Jackson  Wondering Blues   Options Volume 2: Restless Blues
(Document 1951)

Root Doctor Blues   Options

Voodoo Blues:
Hoodoo & Magical

(Saga 1946)
Son House  Death Letter Blues   Options Desperate Man Blues
(Dust-to-Digital ca. 1965)

Talkover Music:
Augustus Pablo 
Drums to the King   Options Blowing With the Wind
(Shanachie 1978)

Jorge Ben 

Cassius Marcelo Clay
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Negro é Lindo
(Philips 1971)
Cassiano  Canção Dos Hippies (Paz e Amor)   Options Imagem e Som
(RCA 1971)
Toni Tornado  Podes Crer, Amizade   Options Seleçao Soul
(Capitol 1972)
Margareth Menezes  Hino Das Águas   Options


(Mango 1990)
Caetano Veloso  Waly Salamão   Options
(Nonesuch 2006)

Talkover Music:
Blind Idiot God 
Death Hollow Canyon, Utah   Options Cyclotron
(Avant 1992)


Yellow Roses
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Upon Reflection: The Dawn Anthology
(Castle 1970)
John Jacob Niles  The Cherry Tree   Options My Precarious Life in the Public Domain
(Rev-Ola 1940)

Gafael Yn Dy Law   Options Disgwyl Rhywbeth Gwell I Ddod
(Sain )
Archie Fisher  Reynardine   Options Anthems in Eden
(Castle 1968)
Jan & Lorraine  Number 33   Options Folk Is Not a Four Letter Word 2
(Delay 68 )
Joanna Newsom & the Ys Street Band  Colleen   Options E.P.
(Drag City 2007)

Talkover Music:
Embona   Options Resting Place of the Mists
(Shanachie 1996)

James K-Nine 

Counting Teardrops
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Confessing: Deep Soul From New Orleans
(Grapevine 1973)
Bettye Swann  Today I Started Loving You Again   Options

Bettye Swann

(Honest Jons 1973)
McKinley Soul Mitchell  I've Been Wrong   Options The Town I Live In
(Shout! 1962)
Solomon Burke  How Big a Fool (Can a Fool Be)   Options Proud Mary
(Sundazed 1969)
Bobby Purify  Somebody's Gotta Do It   Options Better to Have It
(Proper 2005)

Talkover Music:
Marc Ribot 
Los Teenagers Bailan Changui   Options Marc Ribot y los Cubanos Postizos
(Warner Bros. 1998)

Mongo Santamaria 

Hammer Head
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Mongo Explodes
(Riverside 1964)

Sensación Hay Una Sola   Options Jazz Orquestas:
Sizzling Mambos and Cuban Classics
(Empire Musicwerks )
Bobby Pauneto  Aqui Voy Yo   Options Boogaloo Pow Wow
(Honest Jons 1969)
Joe Coto y Su Orquesta  Cuando Yo Me Muera   Options Guaungaco de los Barrios
(Salsa International )

Talkover Music:
9 Lazy 9 
Black Jesus   Options Paradise Blown
(Ninja Tune 1994)

Michel Pilz  Telep
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(Trion 1978)
Marion Brown  Sweet Earth Flying:
Part 4 - Prince Willie   Options

Sweet Earth Flying

(Impulse 1974)

Closing Theme:
John Lee Hooker 
Stand By   Options I Feel Good
(Jewel 1971)

Listener comments!

  Sun. 4/29/07 5:48am Tim:

thanks for taking me through the overnight from the archives
  Sun. 4/29/07 10:50am Doug:

The archives are a wonder. It is a brilliant way to check out missed shows or revisit great ones from the past. Have you used the Random Archive Generator? It's an amazing devise that spins the entire WFMU archive database like a roulette wheel and lands your ball on a different show each time. Everyone's a winner. Go here:

Happy spinning!
  Sun. 4/29/07 1:20pm Kenzo:

And don't forget the Random Songs Generator, for when your attention span is shorter:
  Sun. 4/29/07 11:16pm Doug:

And of course, the Random DJ Blather generator is a marvel to behold!
  Mon. 4/30/07 10:51pm Diana:

Great show- Thanks. I played it saturday morning, pre-coffee. I floated through that Andrew Hill Trio track. Amazing.
  Tue. 5/1/07 4:42pm Doug:

I'm flattered that you reached for this archive _before_ reaching for the coffee! Andrew Hill's "Black Fire" will always be special to me because it was the first AH record I ever bought. Such an ecstatic aha! moment when I got it home. And the ecstacy has never ended. About a month before he died, Hill perfomed a stunningly beautiful show at Trinity Church in lower Manhattan. You can see/hear it here:
  Wed. 5/2/07 1:15pm Hugo:

Yes, thanks for the Andrew Hill. By coincidence, I got the Marion Brown "Why Not" platter in the post last week. Man, is it a beauty (with Stanley Cowell, Norrie Sirone Jones and the mighty Rashied Ali)! But you knew that.
  Wed. 5/2/07 1:32pm Doug:

The fact that the name Marion Brown isn't on the lips—and in the hearts—of every American makes me physically ill. What a supremely creative and vital artist. The quartet on the ESP lp "Why Not" is stunning. Nearly as crucial in the history of jazz labels as ESP is Strata-East, the musician-owned and operated label co-founded by Stanley Cowell. Quick. Name your favorite Strata-East album...
  Wed. 5/2/07 2:33pm Hugo:

Well, of those I know about, Live at Slugs with Music Inc. which features Stanley Cowell, Charles Tolliver, Cecil McBee and Jimmy Hopps. But there are others in the stack which I've yet to listen to ...
  Wed. 5/2/07 2:43pm Doug:

My favorite Strata-East release is probably Brother Ahh's* "Sound Awareness." One entire side of this record is a single, epic call-and-response chant/sermon led by Max Roach, who intones "Love, love, love" over a hundred-person vocal chorus. Monsterly! And guess what, dear listeners, I'll pull that sucker out and play it on my next show.

Are you ready? 'cause I hope you're ready, 'cause you'd better get ready.

*Also known as Robert Northern, who added some lovely french horn stylings to a number of Sun Ra sides.
  Fri. 5/4/07 11:55pm Lena:

My former boss, an Aussie Chap, loved AH. Bought him a CD for Christmas present. In retrospect, I regret doing that now; he was such a son of mother and well, I should of kept that CD for my own collection. Wait, what was my point...oh, um. thanks for including Mr. Hill in this weeks playlist.
  Sat. 5/5/07 2:32pm Doug:

Buying a crappy boss an Andrew Hill CD is really above the call! Glad you enjoyed the music.
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