Favoriting The Laughing Clock with DJ Peter: Playlist from April 21, 2024 Favoriting

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Obscure musical gems, avant experimentation, and classics worth rehearing. A conurbation of Leslie speakers, timbales, plungers, arch-tops, tablas, and squeaky reeds. Black ties, pork pies, Cuban boots, Nudie suits, bobbysocks, turtlenecks, and high-heeled sneakers. Jazz is the north star but it’s a wide universe, so says The Laughing Clock.

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments Images Approx. start time
M Squad  M Squad Theme   Favoriting   MPS  1969  from season 2, episode 5 
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Meade Lux Lewis  Melancholy   Favoriting The Complete Blue Note Recordings of Albert Ammons and Meade Lux Lewis  Mosaic  1989  Recorded January 6, 1939. Produced by Alfred Lion (born on this date in 1908). Blue Note BN 1 (Blue Note's first 78). "Researched and produced for release by Michael Cuscuna" (Mosaic LP edition 1983) 
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Music behind DJ:
Red Garland 

M Squad Theme   Favoriting

Red In Bluesville 

Prestige 

1969 

4/17/1959: Red Garland (p) Sam Jones (b) Art Taylor (d) 

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Jiggs Whigham  Earth Day   Favoriting The Third Stone  Koala  1982  May 1982: Jigs Whigham (tb) Rolf Römer (ts) Thomas Clausen (p) Mads Vinding (b) Mel Lewis (d) Herbert Forsch (perc) Bill Holman (comp, arr) w. WDR Big Banad and Strings 
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Marcelo Melis  Angedras 2 (Earth)   Favoriting Angedras  Black Saint  1983  August 1982: Sandro Satta (as) Don Pullen (p) Marcello Melis (b,vcl) Famoudou Don Moye (d) 
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Wadada Leo Smith  Earth: A Morning Song   Favoriting Sacred Ceremonies  TUM  2021  2015/2016. Wadada Leo Smith (tp) Bill Laswell (b) 
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George Adams/Don Pullen Quartet  Earth Beams   Favoriting Earth Beams  Timeless  1980  August 1980: George Adams (ts,fl,vcl) Don Pullen (p) Cameron Brown (b) Dannie Richmond (d) 
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Bob Brookmeyer  Earth   Favoriting On the Way to the Sky  Jazzline  2016  April 1989: Bob Brookmeyer (v-tb,comp,arr,cond) & WDR Big Band, featuring Jim Hall (g) & Mel Lewis (d). Rainer Bruninghaus, Joachim Becker (keyboards) Tom van der Geld (perc) + NDR Big Band Cologne : Andy Haderer, Ron Bruynen, Klaus Osterich, Rick Kiefer, Jon Eardley (tp) Dave Horler, Henning Berg, Bernt Laukamp, Roy Deuval (tb) Heiner Wiberny, Harald Rosenstein, Olivier Peters, Rolf Romer, Paul Peucker (woodwinds) Milan Lulic (g) Jean Warland (b) 
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Music behind DJ:
Mary Lou Williams 

Medi I   Favoriting

Zoning 

Smithsonian Folkways 

 

1/17/1974, with Bob Cranshaw (bass guitar). DJP edit. 

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Radio Rerun: The Dutch Jazz Scene (c. 1969)
Michiel de Ruyter & Radio Nederland/Dutch World Broadcasting System  Programme 3: Instant Composers Pool   Favoriting The Dutch Jazz Scene  Radio Nederland    This is the only "Dutch Jazz Scene" session that is in print (without the Radio Nederland announcements of course): available on Incipient ICP (Corbett vs. Dempsey) 
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Instant Composers Pool  HRRG II   Favoriting The Dutch Jazz Scene  Radio Nederland    4/14/1969: Willem van Manen, Bert Koppelaar (tb) Erik van Lier (b-tb) Frans Bruggen (recorder) Willem Breuker (b-cl) Peter Bennink (as,ts) Misha Mengelberg (p) Frederic Rzewski (p,org,electronics,tape recorder) Arjen Gorter (b) Han Bennink (perc,tap dancing)    1:01:56 (Pop-up)
Instant Composers Pool  STCH Shuffle   Favoriting The Dutch Jazz Scene  Radio Nederland        1:06:14 (Pop-up)
Instant Composers Pool  ICP 4 14 Write Your Own Part   Favoriting The Dutch Jazz Scene  Radio Nederland        1:10:01 (Pop-up)
 

Music behind DJ:
Susie Ibarra Trio 

Dreams (Alternate Take)   Favoriting

Radiance 

Hopscotch 

1999 

7/18/1999: Cooper-Moore (p,harp,diddley-bo) Charles Burnham (vln) Susie Ibarra (d,perc) 

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The Art Ensemble of Chicago  Introduction by John Sinclair / Nfamoudou-boudougou   Favoriting Bap-tizum  Atlantic  1973  9/9/1972: Lester Bowie (tp,flhrn,perc,kelphrn,bass-d,vcl) Roscoe Mitchell (cl,as,ts,sop,d,bar,perc,vcl) Joseph Jarman (as,ts,sop,bar,sopranino,alto-fl,perc,cga,vib,vcl) Malachi Favors Maghostut (el-b,b,log-d,gong,whistles,vcl) Famoudou Don Moye (d,log-d,perc,cga,bass-mar,gongs,whistles,vcl) 
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Bonnie Raitt  Give it Up or Let Me Go   Favoriting Give it Up  WB  1972  Bonnie Raitt (lead vocals, bottleneck steel guitar), Jack Viertel (rhythm steel guitar), Dave Holland (bass) , Lou Terriciano (piano), Chris Parker (drums), John Payne (soprano sax), Peter Ecklund (cornet), Amos Garrett (trombone), Freebo (tuba) 
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Andrew Hill  Diddy Wah   Favoriting One for One  Blue Note  1975  1/16/1970: Charles Tolliver (tp,flhrn) Pat Patrick (as,fl,bar) Bennie Maupin (ts,b-cl,fl) Andrew Hill (p) Ron Carter (b) Paul Motian (d). "Produced for release by Michael Cuscuna" 
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Anthony Braxton  Composition no. 82, Part 3   Favoriting For Four Orchestras  Arista  1978  May 1978. Personnel: 160 musicians and four conductors (the latter listed on the cover, as you do) 
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Music behind DJ:
Joe Chambers Moving Picture Orchestra 

M Squad Theme   Favoriting

Live at Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola 

Savant 

2012 

September 2011. Craig Handy (tenor sax), David Weiss (trumpet), Xavier Davis (piano), Dwayne Burno (bass), Joe Chambers (drums, vibes, arranger), Steve Berrios (percussion), et al. 

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Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:25pm
DJ Peter:

RIP Michael Cuscuna, recognized earlier this year by Downbeat Magazine: "Lifetime Achievement in Recording."
(The article here does not contemporary albums that Cuscuna produced: The Laughing Clock will take a [preliminary] stab at rectifying that.)
downbeat.com...
Avatar 🕰 6:59pm
Listener Gregory:

I like to send in a comment early, to be the first poster on the comment board, but DJP has already taken that position, so there's no point. Crying.
Avatar 🕰 Swag For Life Member 7:03pm
WR:

Hi DJ Peter and folks. Don't mind me, going to be listening as I nap for a bit.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:06pm
DJ Peter:

LG, that's not why we love you. Don't cry.

WR: I'm not saying this show WON'T be conducive to napping but no promises.
  7:06pm
tom tom the pipers son:

hello dj peter and listeners...
Avatar 🕰 Swag For Life Member 7:06pm
doctorjazz:

↳ Song: "Melancholy" by "Meade Lux Lewis"
Cool track (from a great box)!
Avatar 🕰 7:08pm
Listener Gregory:

↳ doctorjazz @7:06
If Lux had been my middle name, my life would have been so different.
Avatar 🕰 7:10pm
Listener Gregory:

Do you ever get the feeling your clock is laughing AT you? I do. A lot.
  7:11pm
Jeff g. via app:

Well said, hear hear.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:11pm
DJ Peter:

Hey tom tom, doc! Gregory, let's change "Listener Gregory" to "Lux Gregory" and we'll tell everyone who asks that it always was that way.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:14pm
DJ Peter:

Hey Jeff. Good excuse to revisit those Mosaic boxes this week!
Avatar 🕰 7:17pm
Listener Gregory:

Hey, Earth Day people. Check out "Talking Trash" by Pascal Niggenkemper some time. Very good record about a terrible problem. No preaching. www.discogs.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:18pm
DJ Peter:

Clean Feed! Bottomless Euro goodness
Avatar 🕰 Swag For Life Member 7:18pm
doctorjazz:

From Moasic Records, an obit for Michael Cuscuna (posted this earlier today as well).
www.mosaicrecords.com...
Avatar 🕰 Swag For Life Member 7:19pm
doctorjazz:

↳ DJ Peter @7:11
I'm in (and he'll still be LG)!
Avatar 🕰 Swag For Life Member 7:21pm
doctorjazz:

↳ Listener Gregory @7:08
Meade as a first name could also open doors (or close them).
Avatar 🕰 7:24pm
Lux Gregory:

Let there be light!
Avatar 🕰 Swag For Life Member 7:24pm
doctorjazz:

↳ Song: "Angedras 2 (Earth)" by "Marcelo Melis"
They've done that crazy stereo thing to the drums, go right,, left, center, playing with the imaging.
Avatar 🕰 Swag For Life Member 7:25pm
doctorjazz:

↳ Song: "Angedras 2 (Earth)" by "Marcelo Melis"
And sounds like an electric bass...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:26pm
DJ Peter:

↳ Lux Gregory @7:24
Lux Gregory, great to see you! Funny I've never seen you here before yet you've apparently donated to the Laughing Clock!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:27pm
DJ Peter:

↳ doctorjazz @7:25
I guess just "the dreaded bass direct" as Delfeayo Marsalis would say
Avatar 🕰 Swag For Life Member 7:28pm
doctorjazz:

Just got my swag, looking forward to playing your CD, DJ Peter!
Avatar 🕰 Swag For Life Member 7:29pm
doctorjazz:

↳ DJ Peter @7:27
It didn't sound like a stand-up bass recorded in space, that likely is it
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:30pm
DJ Peter:

↳ doctorjazz @7:28
Oh excellent! I haven't gotten mine yet!
Avatar 🕰 Swag For Life Member 7:32pm
doctorjazz:

↳ Song: "Earth: A Morning Song" by "Wadada Leo Smith"
Now THAT's an electric bass (with effects, no less), (don't tell me I'm wrong again)
Avatar 🕰 7:33pm
Lux Gregory:

↳ DJ Peter @7:30
I just got a Steve Lacy Quintet CD, the last tour. I *think* that was from your show. If so, thanks a lot. If not, I will have to retract my thanks.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:34pm
DJ Peter:

↳ Lux Gregory @7:33
Twas and you are welcome and furthermore thank YOU
Avatar 🕰 Swag For Life Member 7:36pm
doctorjazz:

↳ Song: "Earth Beams" by "George Adams/Don Pullen Quartet"
Great band! (got to see them a few times back in the day...)
Avatar 🕰 Swag For Life Member 7:36pm
doctorjazz:

Lotsa Pullen so far...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:37pm
DJ Peter:

↳ doctorjazz @7:36
just once for me but seared into my impressionable young brain
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:37pm
DJ Peter:

↳ doctorjazz @7:36
More coming up very soon (like as in weeks, not minutes)
Avatar 🕰 Swag For Life Member 7:46pm
Little Danny:

hello peter, all!
Avatar 🕰 Swag For Life Member 7:47pm
Little Danny:

this is really cool
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:49pm
DJ Peter:

Hey Danny! Yeah, Brookmeyer discovered electronics late in his career, it turns out.
Avatar 🕰 Swag For Life Member 7:49pm
Jeff Golick:

↳ Song: "Earth" by "Bob Brookmeyer"
What instrument am I hearing in here?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:50pm
DJ Peter:

I have been scouring the liner notes trying to figure that out. It only says "keyboards" (and there are two of them)...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:51pm
DJ Peter:

Okay there's a picture of the band on stage and one is behind a Korg. But can't see the other one, who is hidden behind a seated Jim Hall
Avatar 🕰 7:53pm
Lux Gregory:

↳ DJ Peter @7:51
I say to hide everyone behind Jim Hall.
Avatar 🕰 Swag For Life Member 7:53pm
Jeff Golick:

↳ Lux Gregory @7:53
Best not to unseat him.
Avatar 🕰 Swag For Life Member 8:01pm
Jeff Golick:

That's a great story - answering mail! What a concept.
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northguineahills:

ack. i gotta hit the grocer and get some xuitlacoche and epizote before they close.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:04pm
DJ Peter:

↳ northguineahills @8:01
Go! you can't get that on the archive!
Avatar 🕰 Swag For Life Member 8:04pm
doctorjazz:

That WAS a nice story.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:04pm
DJ Peter:

I still have his letters somewhere. I think maybe in a folder with some of those Mosaic brochures?
Avatar 🕰 Swag For Life Member 8:05pm
Little Danny:

ah man this is so great (pretty certain i first become aware of this instant composers material here)
Avatar 🕰 Swag For Life Member 8:07pm
doctorjazz:

↳ Song: "STCH Shuffle" by "Instant Composers Pool"
Is this the tap dancing?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:08pm
DJ Peter:

Yup.
I love de Ruyter's intros. Now I want to hear him introduce Insane Clown Posse.
Avatar 🕰 8:09pm
Lux Gregory:

↳ Song: "STCH Shuffle" by "Instant Composers Pool"
Is it even jazz without the bass recorder??
@doctorj, Bennink with shoes on his hands?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:09pm
chresti:

Hi Peter and clockfaces! I'd like to know who took the playlist pic?
Avatar 🕰 Swag For Life Member 8:10pm
doctorjazz:

I'm repeating my stories (like an old fart), but I saw the Breuker Kollektief at the original Knitting Factory. They gave Hans Bennink a solo, and he got up from behind his drums, walked around and began hitting anything in reach with his drum sticks, including audience members drinks, tables, it was a riot!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:10pm
DJ Peter:

Hey chresti! I don't have explicit permission to share the listener's name, but I can tell you that pic was taken in Texas.
Avatar 8:12pm
northguineahills:

↳ Song: "HRRG II" by "Instant Composers Pool"
i got to see the ICP live in 2002. they were amazing. misha mengelberg, brilliant to behold!
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northguineahills:

↳ northguineahills @8:12
hans bennik also was there. (saw him in other groups in two other times)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:14pm
DJ Peter:

I've seen Mengelberg with the quartet with Dave Douglas, but I've only seen the ICP Orchestra with other pianists.
I have a really moving documentary of Misha on tour with ICP while suffering from dementia. Some days he is there and others he isn't. The entire bad clearly loves him.
  8:15pm
Listener Gregory:

The sound is 10 times better than last week’s selection, too.
Avatar 🕰 Swag For Life Member 8:15pm
doctorjazz:

↳ Listener Gregory @8:15
What LG said, these are well recorded!
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northguineahills:

↳ Song: "Dreams (Alternate Take)" by "Susie Ibarra Trio"
i just saw cooper-moore frinite w/ matt mottel and jean carla rodea at the stone...
Avatar 🕰 Swag For Life Member 8:19pm
Jeff Golick:

I've always assumed that it was Cuscuna who got Braxton signed at Arista.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:20pm
DJ Peter:

if it was Cuscuna then he was the most persuasive 21 year old ever
Avatar 🕰 Swag For Life Member 8:20pm
doctorjazz:

And Ethan Iverson on Michael Cuscuna...
open.substack.com...
  8:22pm
Liz Gregory:

My phone didn’t know about my name change, so it wrote my last comment as Listener G. I tried to change that to Lux, and you can see what happened. Damn autocorrect!
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northguineahills:

↳ Song: "Introduction by John Sinclair / Nfamoudou-boudoug...
why is this album is just now being brought to my attention today? (i have a lot of AEC rekkids)
Avatar 🕰 Swag For Life Member 8:23pm
doctorjazz:

↳ Jeff Golick @8:19
Yup-from the Iverson piece...
Special mention must go to a shining moment at Arista Records in the 1970s, when Steve Backer and Michael Cuscuna signed Anthony Braxton, Henry Threadgill, and other avant-gardists to a major label. As a producer, Cuscana was not as hands-on as Alfred Lion, let alone Manfred Eicher or Creed Taylor, but it was entirely Cuscuna’s idea to have Braxton, Lee Konitz, and Roy Haynes meet on a Dave Brubeck record, All the Things We Are.
Avatar 🕰 Swag For Life Member 8:24pm
Jeff Golick:

Consulting Lock's Braxton book, and it sounds like Cuscuna called AB and said come to NY!
Avatar 🕰 Swag For Life Member 8:25pm
doctorjazz:

↳ Song: "Give it Up or Let Me Go" by "Bonnie Raitt"
And aside from all this jazz stuff, Cuscuna also produced Bonnie Raitt, Garland Jeffreys, and Townes Van Zandt.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:26pm
DJ Peter:

↳ Jeff Golick @8:24
Wow! I've seen photos of Braxton's outdoor wedding to Nicky (Nicki?) and Cuscuna is right there
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northguineahills:

↳ Jeff Golick @8:24
i've read that book(s)
Avatar 🕰 Swag For Life Member 8:26pm
doctorjazz:

↳ doctorjazz @8:25
Sorry, not Townes, Chris Smither...
Avatar 🕰 Swag For Life Member 8:28pm
doctorjazz:

↳ Song: "Give it Up or Let Me Go" by "Bonnie Raitt"
Bass AND tuba, cool!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:31pm
DJ Peter:

↳ doctorjazz @8:28
Gotta wonder if Dave Holland was like: Michael, I just left Miles, Circle has gigs coming up but they're a ways off, I need a gig! (Because he basically just plays two-beat bass lines there)
Avatar 🕰 8:32pm
Lux Gregory:

↳ Song: "Diddy Wah" by "Andrew Hill"
Paul Motian! I did not know about that.
Avatar 🕰 Swag For Life Member 8:33pm
doctorjazz:

↳ DJ Peter @8:31
Holland generally CAN fill up the space-but maybe he was just leaving space for Freebo's tuba...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:33pm
DJ Peter:

Hey Lux, are you related to Liz?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:36pm
DJ Peter:

↳ Lux Gregory @8:32
The original LP says it's Ben Riley. Hang on, let me double check in the Mosaic Select set...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:36pm
DJ Peter:

↳ Song: "Composition no. 82, Part 3" by "Anthony Braxton"
This album was released in Quad, natch
Avatar 🕰 8:38pm
Lux Gregory:

↳ DJ Peter @8:36
Well, it's three sessions, so Motian probably played on one or two of them. From what I could hear, I would be on Motian for that selection, but I wouldn't bet actual money.
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northguineahills:

↳ doctorjazz @8:33
the netherlands is also good at filling in (formerly sea) space...😜.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:40pm
DJ Peter:

Yup, the Mosaic notes say Riley was on "without malice" but not the other two, but the 1975 LP release lists Riley.
It sounds like Motian to me too but a very backbeat-y Motian. Need to go back and listen to how he was playing with Jarrett at this time.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:40pm
DJ Peter:

↳ northguineahills @8:40
Sweet. An Earth Day Eve appropriate comment
Avatar 🕰 Swag For Life Member 8:44pm
doctorjazz:

↳ northguineahills @8:40
Hah!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:45pm
Kat in the chat:

very interesting show tonight!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:47pm
DJ Peter:

↳ Kat in the chat @8:45
Kat! aka Drummer Regent! Glad you're enjoying. (I guess you didn't actually say "enjoying")
Avatar 🕰 Swag For Life Member 8:47pm
doctorjazz:

↳ Song: "Composition no. 82, Part 3" by "Anthony Braxton"
This was actually great background music for my pushups and squats!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:49pm
Kat in the chat:

↳ DJ Peter @8:47
If I wasn't enjoying I wouldna said nuthin :)
Avatar 🕰 Swag For Life Member 8:49pm
doctorjazz:

↳ Song: "Diddy Wah" by "Andrew Hill"
There were a bunch of these tan colored Blue Note Reissues (some of unreleased sessions) released (I came into them in the 80s), Cuscuna being the archivist who dug them up and released them (I have a bunch-think I have this one, but must be misfiled, don't see it right now).
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northguineahills:

↳ doctorjazz @8:44
i've been told my 'jokes', are rather convoluted.
Avatar 🕰 Swag For Life Member 8:50pm
doctorjazz:

↳ Kat in the chat @8:49
Usually (around these parts), describing a show, or a meal, as "interesting" is generally NOT taken as positive...
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northguineahills:

↳ Song: "Composition no. 82, Part 3" by "Anthony Braxton"
I mean, i have around 23 braxton rekkids, but not this one!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:51pm
DJ Peter:

↳ Kat in the chat @8:49
Well now I'm gonna be worried everytime you say nuthin'!
Avatar 🕰 Swag For Life Member 8:51pm
doctorjazz:

↳ northguineahills @8:50
(it DID take me a few minuites to put it together...)
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northguineahills:

↳ doctorjazz @8:50
well, that's curious and interesting...;)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:52pm
Kat in the chat:

↳ doctorjazz @8:50
If I say something's interesting, I'm interested!
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northguineahills:

↳ Song: "Diddy Wah" by "Andrew Hill"
i have this one...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:53pm
Kat in the chat:

↳ DJ Peter @8:51
Haha don't be, sometimes I just got nuthin' to say.
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northguineahills:

↳ Kat in the chat @8:52
interesting, interesting *rubs hands together and steeples them*
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northguineahills:

danks, peter, this was my jam!
Avatar 🕰 Swag For Life Member 8:54pm
Little Danny:

many thanks peter!
Avatar 🕰 Swag For Life Member 8:54pm
doctorjazz:

Thank you, DJ Peter, very enjoyable show! (No Pullen behind the announcements today...)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:54pm
Kat in the chat:

*Arte Johnson voice* verrrry interesting
  8:56pm
Liz Gregory:

I actually liked that Braxton piece more than a number of his jazz-oriented records.
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northguineahills:

↳ Song: "Composition no. 82, Part 3" by "Anthony Braxton"
this one was as if stockhausen and charles ives had a love baby....
  8:58pm
Liz Gregory:

“The Breckers Play Braxton” is a great album!
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northguineahills:

↳ Kat in the chat @8:54
jejejeje!
  8:59pm
Liz Gregory:

Even Hill couldn’t remember the drummers.
  9:00pm
Liz Gregory:

Great show, Peter. Lux!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:00pm
chresti:

Thanks Peter!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:00pm
DJ Peter:

Meet y'all over this way:
wfmu.org...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:01pm
DJ Peter:

↳ Kat in the chat @8:54
Hahahahahaha
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David Shortell:

↳ Song: "M Squad Theme" by "Joe Chambers Moving Picture Or...
I've only seen Lee Marvin's show "The M Squad" once.
Tom "Billy Jack" Laughlin was the episode's villain, who victimized Burt Reynolds. DeForest Kelley was in it too, playing a cop.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:05pm
DJ Peter:

↳ David Shortell @9:05
I'll have to look for that one: I have the full set on DVD, will check it out.
Avatar 🕰 Swag For Life Member 11:11pm
WR:

Thank you! You letters with Cuscuna story is great.
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