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With billows and blasts from choirs and orchesters
Buskers and talkers
Big bands and squawkers,
the Stork Club has retained its qualities of decaying elegance and dwindling significance since the late 1950s.

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Favoriting April 21, 2024: Peter von Wuppertal, with a coda from El Skid

Remembering the great free jazz German bass and tuba player Peter Kowald on his 80th, and a brief salute to London's fine reed player Alan Skidmore, today celebrating #81

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Marion Brown Peter Kowald Sven Åke Johansson  Cubic   Favoriting Baden-Baden Free Jazz Meeting And More1967  Marion Brown as; Peter Kowald b; Sven Åke Johansson d. - - December 16-18, 1967 ñ Baden-Baden (G), SWF-Musik-Studio (Studios des Südwestfunks) 
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Peter Kowald  Side B   Favoriting Bass Solo (Central Michigan U. 2000)  Recorded live at the Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant, USA on May 17, 2000 
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Bill Dixon  Points   Favoriting Thoughts  Bill Dixon - trumpet, flugelhorn, piano • John Buckingham - tuba • Marco Eneidi - alto saxophone • Peter Kowald, William Parker, Mario Pavone - bass • Lawrence Cook - drums • Recorded May 16, 1985 Paul Robeson House - Bennington College, Bennington, VT 
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Peter Kowald with Jeanne Lee  In These Last Days   Favoriting Duos: Europa . America . Japan  Voice, Music, Lyrics - – Jeanne Lee Recorded 19. April 1988 in New York 
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Peter Kowald · Wadada Leo Smith · Günter Sommer  Ein Stück Über Dem Boden   Favoriting Touch the Earth - Break the Shells  Artwork – Peter Kowald; Double Bass – Peter Kowald; Drums, Percussion, Bells, Pipe [Organ Pipes] – Günter Sommer; Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Mbira [African Thumb Piano], Flute – Wadada Leo Smith - - Recorded live at the "Flöz" in Berlin on January 29th, 1981 
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Peter Kowald/Kent Kessler/Fred Lonberg-Holm  Miniature 1   Favoriting Flats Fixed  Bass – Kent Kessler; Peter Kowald; Cello – Fred Lonberg-Holm - - Recorded at WNUR Studios, Evanston, Illinois, September 24, 1998 
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Keith Tippett's Ark  Frames, Part 2   Favoriting Frames: Music For An Imaginary Film  Keith Tippett - Piano, Harmonium Stan Tracey - Piano Elton Dean - Alto Sax, Saxello Trevor Watts - Tenor & Soprano Saxes, Alto Flute Larry Stabbins - Tenor & Soprano Saxes, Flute Mark Charig - Trumpet, Small Trumpet, Tenor Horn, Kenyan Thumb Piano Henry Lowther - Trumpet Dave Amis - Trombone Nick Evans - Trombone Maggie Nicols - Voice Julie Tippett - Voice Steve Levine - Violin Rod Skeaping - Violin Phil Waschmann - Electric Violin, Violin Geoffry Wharton - Violin Alexandra Robinson - Cello Tim Kramer - Cello Peter Kowald - Bass, Tuba Harry Miller - Bass Louis Moholo - Drums Frank Perry - Percussion Recorded 22, 23 & 24 May 1978 at Wessex Studios, London N5 
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Julius Hemphill, Peter Kowald  Duo I   Favoriting Live At Kassiopeia  Bass – Peter Kowald; Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Julius Hemphill - - Recorded 8th January, 1987 at Kassiopeia, Wuppertal 
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DJ  (Listen: Pop-up)     Later today on DJ Peter and the Laughing Clock: a set of Earth Day themed tracks planned,; Dutch Jazz Scene program of Misha Mengelberg’s compositions, and remembrances of Michael Cuscuna, who just passed away.    1:14:55 (Pop-up)
The Peter Brötzmann Octet  Responsible (2nd take)   Favoriting Machine Gun  Peter Brötzmann (tenor and baritone saxophones) • Evan Parker (saxophone) • Willem Breuker (reeds) • Peter Kowald (bass) • Buschi Niebergall (bass) • Sven-Åke Johansson (drums) • Han Bennink (drums) • Fred Van Hove (piano) Recorded May 1968 at the "Lila Eule" in Bremen 
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Globe Unity  Improvisation 2   Favoriting Improvisation  GERD DUDEK  soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone, flute PAUL LOVENS  drums GÜNTHER CHRISTMANN  trombone PAUL RUTHERFORD  trombone TRISTAN HONSINGER  cello PETER KOWALD  bass, tuba KENNY WHEELER  trumpet EVAN PARKER  soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone ALBERT MANGELSDORFF  trombone PETER BRÖTZMANN  alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, bass clarinet BUSCHI NIEBERGALL  bass MICHEL PILZ  bass clarinet MANFRED SCHOOF  trumpet DEREK BAILEY  guitar ALEXANDER VON SCHLIPPENBACH  piano - - Recorded September 1977 at Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg 
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Peter Kowald  The Further Float   Favoriting Duos: Europa . America . Japan  Music By – Kowald, Sawai Koto – Tadao Sawai - -Recorded 23. October 1986 in Tokyo 
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Peter Kowald · Wadada Leo Smith · Günter Sommer  Rastafari in the Universe   Favoriting Touch the Earth - Break the Shells  Artwork – Peter Kowald; Double Bass – Peter Kowald; Drums, Percussion, Bells, Pipe [Organ Pipes] – Günter Sommer; Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Mbira [African Thumb Piano], Flute – Wadada Leo Smith - - Recorded live at the "Flöz" in Berlin on January 29th, 1981 
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Peter Kowald/Kent Kessler/Fred Lonberg-Holm  Miniature 6   Favoriting Flats Fixed  Bass – Kent Kessler; Peter Kowald; Cello – Fred Lonberg-Holm - - Recorded at WNUR Studios, Evanston, Illinois, September 24, 1998 
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Peter Kowald / Diamanda Galás  Throat I   Favoriting Duos: Europa . America . Japan  Lyrics By – Galas Music By – Galas, Kowald Voice – Diamanda Galas - - Recorded 12. March 1986 in Berlin 
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Peret Kowald Peter Jacquemyn  Encounter II   Favoriting Deep Music  Composed By, Double Bass – Peter Jacquemyn, Peter Kowald - - August 2001 at WIM festival, Antwerp 
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DJ Base Fool          2:29:08 (Pop-up)
Alan Skidmore  T.C.B. (Listen: Pop-up)   Favoriting TCB  Bass – Chris Lawrence; Drums – Tony Levin; Piano, Electric Piano – John Taylor; Saxophone – John Surman, Mike Osborne Tenor Saxophone – Alan Skidmore; Trombone – Malcom Griffiths - Recorded 21st October, 1970 at Philips Studio, London 
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Mike Westbrook  Prelude   Favoriting Marching Song, Vol.2  Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Flute – John Warren :::::Alto Saxophone, Clarinet – Mike Osborne :::::Baritone Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – John Surman :::::Bass – Barre Phillips, Chris Laurence, Harry Miller :::::Directed By– Eddie Harvey, John Surman, Mike Westbrook :::::Drums – Alan Jackson, John Marshall :::::French Horn – Tom Bennelick :::::Piano – Mike Westbrook :::::Tenor Saxophone – Brian Smith, Nisar Ahmed Khan :::::Tenor Saxophone, Flute – Alan Skidmore :::::Trombone – Eddie Harvey, Malcolm Griffiths, Michael Gibbs, Paul Rutherford :::::Trumpet – Greg Bowen, Henry Lowther, Ronnie Hughes, Tony Fisher :::::Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Dave Holdsworth, Kenny Wheeler :::::Tuba – George Smith, Martin Fry - - - Recording Dates: 31/3/1969, 1/4/1969 and 10/4/1969 
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The Walker Brothers  Fat Mama Kick   Favoriting Nite Flights  Bass – Mo Foster >>>Drums – Frank Gibson >>>Guitar – Jim Sullivan >>>>Keyboards – Dave MacRae >>>Tenor Saxophone [Solo] – Alan Skidmore >>>>Vocals – John Walker, Scott Walker - - recorded in February 1978 at Scorpio Sound in London. 
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Chris McGregor's Brotherhood of Breath  The Bride   Favoriting Brotherhood of Breath  CHRIS McGREGOR  piano §§§MALCOLM GRIFFITHS  trombone §§§NICK EVANS  trombone §§§MONGEZI FEZA  pocket trumpet, indian flute §§§MARK CHARIG  cornet §§§HARRY BECKETT  trumpet Flute [Indian] – Mongezi Feza §§§ALAN SKIDMORE  tenor and soprano saxophone §§§HARRY MILLER  bass §§§LOUIS MOHOLO  drums, percussion §§§MIKE OSBORNE  alto saxophone, clarinet §§§JOHN SURMAN  baritone and soprano saxophone §§§Alto Saxophone – Dudu Pukwana - -1971 
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Avatar 11:20am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

⦿Sun in ♉︎Taurus, Year of Wood 🐒Monkey
' Peter Kowald (21 April 1944 – 21 September 2002) was a German free jazz and free improvising double bassist and tubist.A member of the Globe Unity Orchestra, and a touring double-bass player, Kowald collaborated with many European free jazz and American free-jazz players during his career, including Peter Brötzmann, Irène Schweizer, Karl Berger, Fred Anderson, Hamid Drake, Karl E. H. Seigfried, Conny Bauer, Jeffrey Morgan, Wadada Leo Smith, Günter Sommer, William Parker, Barre Phillips, Joëlle Léandre, Alfred Harth, Lauren Newton and Evan Parker. He also recorded a number of solo double-bass albums, and was a member of the London Jazz Composer's Orchestra until 1985. He also recorded a number of pioneering double bass duets with Maarten Altena, Barry Guy, Joëlle Léandre, Barre Phillips, William Parker, Damon Smith and Peter Jacquemyn.
In addition, Kowald collaborated extensively with poets and artists and with the dancers Gerlinde Lambeck, Anne Martin (formerly of Pina Bausch Ensemble), Tadashi Endo, Patricia Parker (founder of the Vision Festival), Maria Mitchell, Sally Silvers, Cheryl Banks (formerly of Sun Ra's Arkestra), Arnette de Mille, Sayonara Pereira, and Kazuo Ohno. Specific works included Die Klage der Kaiserin (1989) with Pina Bausch, short pieces (since 1989) with Jean Sasportes, The spirit of adventure (1990) with Anastasia Lyra, Wasser in der Hand (1990/91) with Christine Brunel, and Futan no sentaku/The burden of choice (1990/91) with Min Tanaka and Butch Morris.
Besides his duo work with singers such as Jeanne Lee, Diamanda Galás, Anna Homler or Sainkho Namtchylak, Peter was especially interested in his international improvising ensemble Global Village with musicians from different cultural regions of the world: China, Japan, Near East, South Europe, North and South America.
He died of a heart attack in New York City in 2002. '

⦿Sun in ♉︎Taurus, Year of Water 🐎Horse
' Alan Richard James Skidmore (born 21 April 1942) is an English jazz tenor saxophonist, and the son of saxophonist Jimmy Skidmore.He was born in London, England. Skidmore began his professional career in his teens, and early in his career he toured with comedian Tony Hancock. In the 1960s, he began frequently appearing with the BBC Radio Big Band, then worked with Alexis Korner, John Mayall, and Ronnie Scott. Commissioned by the BBC in order to represent the UK at the Montreaux Jazz Festival, Skidmore formed a group with Harry Miller, Tony Oxley, John Taylor, and Kenny Wheeler. This group won three of six awards at Montreaux, following which Skidmore was invited to record an album of the group's performances, forming the basis for Once Upon a Time. In the early 1970s, he started a saxophone-only band with John Surman and Mike Osborne. He has also worked with Mose Allison, Kate Bush, Elton Dean, Georgie Fame, Mike Gibbs, George Gruntz, Elvin Jones, Van Morrison, Stan Tracey, Charlie Watts, and Mike Westbrook. '
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love2laf:

Thanks RRN63 for the fab detailed info!
Happy to be in the Stork club, and I'm damn well wearing pants! Hello fellow water birds, happy Sunday to you all!
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listener james from westwood:

Good Sunday, Stork and all!
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Stork:

Thanks, dear RevRabb! And how-dee, love2laf and all Clubberzzz!!!
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Sem:

Hello, the Storch, and unabashed Clubbers. May the revels begin.
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fred:

Hello Stork and patrons. Get the Glen Passaic flowing!
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Yvang:

I agree with him, Roseland is so overrated!
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NotARealDoctor in Norfolk VA:

Good afternoon Stork, friends, and hello to my enemies especially.
  12:02pm
bobob plasticland:

rev rabbit ..yeah I seen it was Kowald's birthday also
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Stork:

The seminal Sem!! Greetz!
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Yvang:

Hi Stork and storkers!
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Stork:

Yo ho, L James in Ww!!
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Stork:

fred!! Sorry for your Olympics travails!
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DJ Peter:

Hola Kowald!
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Andrew in Toronto:

Hi there, Stork, and all other listeners!
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Sem:

What we need here is a recipe for a Pulaski Skyway potion, featuring New Jersey's favourite terrible tipple, Glen Passaic.
And, no, Glen Passaic is not a New Jersey Devil's goalie.
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Andrew in Toronto:

↳ Sem @12:01
Hiya, Sem!
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Sem:

↳ Andrew in Toronto @12:06
Hello, AiT, good to see you!
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NotARealDoctor in Norfolk VA:

↳ Sem @12:06
I assumed he was a New Jersey river spirit?
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Andrew in Toronto:

↳ Sem @12:06
You too, Sem!
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fred:

↳ Sem @12:06
That's a job for adamdoesit!
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doctorjazz:

Hello Storkeleh! Hello Clubbers!
Glen Passaic all around!
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Sem:

↳ NotARealDoctor in Norfolk VA @12:07
Of a kind, yes.
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DJ Peter:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @11:20
Thanks for that Rev Rab! Wow skidmore-miller-oxley-Taylor-wheeler!!! I’m up for that!
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Sem:

↳ fred @12:07
Assemble the coven, and see if we can raise him!
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love2laf:

Also today would have been my dad's 94th birthday. Will be raising a glass to him this afternoon.
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doctorjazz:

↳ love2laf @12:09
Will raise a glass to his memory as well, l2l!
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NotARealDoctor in Norfolk VA:

↳ love2laf @12:09
Happy birthday Love2Dad 🍻
  🥁 12:11pm
tom tom the pipers son:

hello stork, all...
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NotARealDoctor in Norfolk VA:

↳ NotARealDoctor in Norfolk VA @12:11
Sorry or is that Dad2Laf?
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Jeff Golick:

How low can you go, Stork? No matter, I'm already riding high.
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doctorjazz:

Trying to figure out if I can prepare a potato kugel (sort of a pie) for a Seder I'm going to tomorrow night (and how to easily squeeze all that liquid out of the grated potato and onoin).
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Stork:

↳ DJ Peter @12:04
Greetings, DJ Peter! Looking forward to your Earth Day festivites, as well as your Dutch Jazz Scene program today!
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Michael 98145:

Hello; hello.
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Stork:

↳ Stork @12:12
That's 7-9 pm, folks!
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Franco Twinkie:

Good Morning Stork - it's still morning over here.
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love2laf:

↳ NotARealDoctor in Norfolk VA @12:11
I think it would be love2dad, thanks for making me laugh!
@doctorjazz cheers! For squeezing there's the potato ricer if you have one, or if you have a colander that a bowl fits tightly into that also works well.
  12:16pm
Dean:

@doctorjazz: Cheese cloth? Squeeze, then hang the thing over a bowl in the 'fridge?
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Stork:

↳ NotARealDoctor in Norfolk VA @12:02
Howdies, NotARealDoctor in Norfolk VA, bobob plasticland, Andrew in Toronto, doctorjazz tom tom the piper's son, Jeff!, Michael 98145, and Franco Twinkie!! Better ready that second lead-lined cask of Glenn Passaic today!
  12:16pm
Dean:

All about that bass
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Andrew in Toronto:

↳ Stork @12:13
Hi there, Stork!
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NotARealDoctor in Norfolk VA:

↳ love2laf @12:14
Wouldn't work with my dad because NotARealFather simply isn't true
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Stork:

↳ Dean @12:16
Dean! Fulfilling your bassist desires is what we're all about here!!
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chresti:

Greetings der wunder Stork and wunder swells!
  12:19pm
Dean:

Speaking of doctors, real or otherwise, a player on my daughter's soccer team last week took a bad fall and apparently crushed her elbow. She's a tough 13-year-old, but she was in pain and crying. Fortunately, her mother is an ER doctor, and her pediatrician is the mother of one of the other players. Turns out she had no fracture whatsoever and her elbow is fine. Her mother is furious that she was "conned" into believing it was a break.
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Stork:

↳ chresti @12:18
chresti, extra crispy!!
  12:20pm
Dean:

I have fulfilled my bass desire. For a time I owned a Fender Jazz.
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spodiodi:

good morning, Stork and all
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NotARealDoctor in Norfolk VA:

↳ Dean @12:19
Convincing thirteen year old! But that's how you get penalty kicks 🤷
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Stork:

↳ Song: "Side B" by "Peter Kowald"
So hard to tell at times whether Kowald has a bow in his hand or not. He seems to be doing everything possible to his insrument at this moment.
  🥁 12:22pm
tom tom the pipers son:

↳ Stork @12:21
i like it
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Stork:

↳ Dean @12:19
Was it really a con, or was someone just being etxra cautious?
  12:25pm
Dean:

A penalty kick yesterday gave her team a last-minute chance to tie the score, but last week the poor kid tripped over her own feet.

I am convinced that the daughter was not interested in conning anybody at the time, but the mom--a doctor--felt duped. It's a fun family dynamic thing. From where I stood, on the sideline and without any medical training, it sure looked pretty bad, the arm dangling, any movement a source of pain.
  🥁 12:27pm
tom tom the pipers son:

give the kid a break....
  12:27pm
Dean:

Compare when my 5-year-old daughter broke her arm on the jungle gym. She dropped and stared into space. No crying, no complaining. I knew something was very wrong, and the misaligned bone near her wrist was confirmation.
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chresti:

↳ Dean @12:19
I had the opposite happen when I broke my leg after it hit the handlebar on my bike.
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Stork:

Really don't know if he's throat singing right now or not - amazing!
  12:29pm
Dean:

If Kowald were still alive, I'd like to hire him and Joëlle Léandre to perform at my front door on Halloween.

The opposite, chresti? You broke the handlebar?
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Stork:

↳ Dean @12:29
I won't be able to fit it in today, but there's a great duet with Leandre to be heard!
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Stork:

↳ chresti @12:28
Ouch-a-mundo!!
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doctorjazz:

↳ Dean @12:16
Cheesecloth is how I've done it in the past-not much fun...
  12:31pm
Dean:

Oh, yeah, love to hear that one day.

The shriek Léandre omits in her recording of Scelsi's Maknongan is chilling. Akin to Ben Bagby's performance as the Devil in Sequentia's first recording of Hildegard's Ordo Virtutum. Both scare the number 2 out of me.
  12:32pm
Dean:

"omits"
Freudian, I tell ya.
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Stork:

↳ Song: "Points" by "Bill Dixon"
3 count em 3 contrabasses!
  12:33pm
Dean:

Yikes, Michael Cuscuna has been remastered.
  12:34pm
Dean:

Died yesterday.
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Stork:

↳ Dean @12:31
Love to hear both of those things, Dean. Not familiar with either.
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doctorjazz:

↳ Dean @12:19
Who "conned" the mother? Her crying daughter? (Seems she'd be glad nothing was broken...). Being on ER doc, you'd think she'd know it's not always that obvious initially...
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Stork:

↳ Dean @12:34
Nice way to phrase it. DJ Peter may give a nod to Cuscuna today.
  12:36pm
Dean:

The mother is a very cool, chill person, and she knows how tough her daughter is, so she surprised, but of course also very happy, to learn that what seemed to be an ugly break turned out to be a scratch and a bruise.
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chresti:

↳ Dean @12:29
Handlebar was in one piece. My bike got caught in some loose gravel causing me to flip over the handlebars.
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NotARealDoctor in Norfolk VA:

↳ doctorjazz @12:30
I think colander over a bowl and letting it drip dry for 15 or 20 minutes works pretty well
  12:41pm
Dean:

^was surprised

Not counting car accidents, I can think of only two serious-ish injuries I've experienced. One was while I was doing some gardening at a neighbor's house. I was in my 'teens, and I was using an electric hedge trimmer to trim ivy. Consequently, I didn't see the shuttling blades as I reached into the ivy to grab lower stems. Ow. Oops. Fingertip was not fully detached, but to this day it's numb.

Second one was when I was about 5. I was entirely confident that I knew my way around the house in the dark, so I closed my eyes and ran like hell until the corner of a wall halted my marathon. Gushing blood, freaked out mom, ER. I think I still do stupid stuff like that, albeit more suited to an adult.
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chresti:

My mom had to modify my Morticia dress (for Halloween) to accommodate the thigh high cast
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NotARealDoctor in Norfolk VA:

↳ chresti @12:41
Cut the slit higher?
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Stork:

↳ Song: "In These Last Days" by "Peter Kowald with Jeanne ...
This album absolutely slaps (and not just the bass), and should be heard in its entirety.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Of course - over most of the body - evolution has put larger blood vessels further from our surface. The skull does not allow this so much.
  12:43pm
Dean:

Were you driven thereafter to get into theater, chresti?
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Wendy del Formaggio:

Hello, Cousin Storkie! I'm working, so (mostly) lurking.
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doctorjazz:

↳ Stork @12:35
I believe DJ Peter said he was shuffling his music selections to get in a Cuscuna tribute
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love2laf:

↳ Song: "Ein Stück Über Dem Boden" by "Peter Kowald · Wada...
Curious why the "Floz" is in quotation marks here.
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Wendy del Formaggio:

↳ Song: "Ein Stück Über Dem Boden" by "Peter Kowald · Wada...
Oh but before I get back to work... Wadada Leo Smith is playing at The Thing in the Spring must fest at NOVA Arts in Keene, NH, in mid-May. I'm psyched for that show! Here's info: www.novaarts.org...
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Stork:

↳ Song: "Ein Stück Über Dem Boden" by "Peter Kowald · Wada...
And THIS album can and should be purchased here: destination-out.bandcamp.com... Truly magnif all the way thru!!
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NotARealDoctor in Norfolk VA:

↳ Dean @12:43
With a thigh high cast? Can you imagine how hard it would be to walk there?
  12:46pm
Dean:

A superior thespian can pogo-stick with a broken leg.
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Stork:

↳ Wendy del Formaggio @12:43
Hey, ma cousine!! Bon freakin' jour!! Damn beam me over for that Wadada show!!
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fred:

@NARD: Any Miranda news?
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Michael 98145:

↳ Song: "Frames, Part 2" by "Keith Tippett's Ark"
wow
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chresti:

↳ Dean @12:43
My stage fright stopped the that ride!
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doctorjazz:

I've broken a good number of bones, a few mountain biking, fractured a knee (hit by a car as a teen), ankle, elbow, a few finger breaks.
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Stork:

↳ Wendy del Formaggio @12:43
Why aren't we paid to lurk? We wouldn't need jobs.
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Wendy del Formaggio:

↳ Stork @12:49
Right?! Lurking is a valuable service to humanity.
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NotARealDoctor in Norfolk VA:

↳ fred @12:48
No real updates, did I tell you I had designed stickers and printed and cut them out and mailed them all over to mutual friends to put up with a QR code for the GoFundMe link?
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Stork:

↳ love2laf @12:45
hmmm...didn't think about it when i pasted it in there. not sure.
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fred:

↳ Wendy del Formaggio @12:50
Valuable services to humanity don't get paid
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doctorjazz:

↳ doctorjazz @12:49
Probably has to do with my not going mountain biking in a while...
  12:53pm
rw:

Good morning! This Imaginary Film music is making my head spin.
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NotARealDoctor in Norfolk VA:

↳ NotARealDoctor in Norfolk VA @12:50
The stickers look like this and I based the design on a comment she made about wanting steampunk bionic lungs
imgur.com...
  12:55pm
Dean:

Weird, but "Flöz" is how it appears on the back cover of the CD.

So, chresti, you had ambitions at some point? I did theater as a kid and into college. Would love to do it again, but I think I have acquired stage fright over the years.
  12:58pm
rw:

Speaking of mountain biking, it looks like I just missed Flats Fixed. I could have used that one earlier this week.
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Stork:

↳ love2laf @12:45
I looked it up (German wiki) concerning a club in Berlin called - Floz (pronounced "flotz") and it's slang for a narrow, treacherous passage in a coal mine - as that was apparently what it was like to make it into the performance area there.
  12:59pm
Dean:

Yes, Stork, and this:


Das Flöz war Jazzkeller, Kneipe und Programmlokal in einem. 1976 hat der 1950 in Bottrop geborene Musiker Franz de Byl das Lokal gegründet. Aus seiner Heimat war ihm der Begriff Flöz aus dem Bergbau vertraut, und wer sich hier ein Jazzkonzert anhören wollte, der musste über eine enge Treppe in den Keller hinunter steigen. Man fühlte sich dann schon ein wenig wie im Bergwerksstollen.
Das Flöz ging 2005 in Konkurs. Franz de Byl hat jetzt eine private kleine Musikschule in der Goethestraße 16a in Charlottenburg gegründet.
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Stork:

↳ Michael 98145 @12:49
I concur.
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Dean:

https://www.berlin.de/ba-charlottenburg-wilmersdorf/service/charlottenburg-wilmersdorf-a-z/bezirk-a-z/artikel.420401.php
  1:00pm
rw:

↳ Stork @12:59
What did we do before wiki? I seriously can’t remember.
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fred:

↳ NotARealDoctor in Norfolk VA @12:53
Sorry about asking, just a prompt for www.gofundme.com...
You must be tired being asked about it
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Stork:

↳ rw @12:53
We aim to spin everything that moves.
  1:02pm
Dean:

rw: I looked that up in Wikipedia. It sent me here: https://www.washingtonpost.com/books/2023/10/12/dictionary-people-book-review/
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chresti:

↳ Dean @12:55
I was a drama queen alright. I went to one class and participated in some improv exercises- the teacher was impressed how well I pretended to hold a bowl.
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Stork:

↳ rw @12:58
Spoiler alert: There's one more little piece from Flats Fixed coming.
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Stork:

↳ Dean @12:59
Beat me to it!!
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NotARealDoctor in Norfolk VA:

↳ fred @1:01
I am not, I will never be because it gives me an excuse to drop the link again every time 🤗
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Stork:

↳ Dean @12:59
Reading this now...Ah, so the whole audience had to risk their safety to enter the place. Interesting idea for the Stork Club, mebbe?
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fred:

↳ NotARealDoctor in Norfolk VA @1:02
I got there first today
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Stork:

↳ Stork @1:04
Just trying to put a little pizzaz in the joint.
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Dean:

By the time I got to high school I'd already done a lot of community theater. Freshman year I witness the school's improv team, juniors and seniors. They were so remarkably good and funny. Seemed to me to be fully formed actors, and indeed some went on to professional careers on stage, film, and television. They remain inspirations to me to this day.
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Stork:

↳ Song: "Frames, Part 2" by "Keith Tippett's Ark"
Kowald tuba solo!!!
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WR:

Check-in from the dairy aisle

Hello Stork and folks.
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Stork:

↳ WR @1:06
Heya WR!!
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Dean:

I can tell you that much of the fun of going to shows at LA's Masque was the danger. There was one narrow stairway. The place was shut down by the fire marshal. Had there been a fire, we would have been incinerated.
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love2laf:

Wow, thanks for the info on "Floz"! Fascinating club history!
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Wendy del Formaggio:

↳ WR @1:06
Did someone say "dairy aisle"? Whatcha getting, WR?
  1:11pm
rw:

↳ Stork @1:02
Thanks Stork! I’ll keep it in my bag and hopefully it'll save me from pushing and carrying the bike another 6 miles. (Though I HAD been telling myself I need to walk more.)
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Stork:

↳ Wendy del Formaggio @1:09
I would institute Snack Time here, Wendy, but it's Snack Time alla time around The Club. I like the way the gluttony works with the debaúchery.
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doctorjazz:

↳ Song: "Duo I" by "Julius Hemphill, Peter Kowald"
Cool track! (Love Kemphill)
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Wendy del Formaggio:

↳ Stork @1:12
Haha, I appreciate that. I've been snacking on dried mangoes and cherries, and some pecans and walnuts.
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Wendy del Formaggio:

I am not wearing pants. Thus, I have no smarty-pants remarks. Would you accept a smarty-skirt remark?
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...there once was a Bassist from Nantucket
...who played Free & refused to just pluck it...
  1:22pm
Dean:

No longer bearing it
He took up instead clarinet
But could neither blow nor suck it.
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Stork:

↳ Dean @1:22
You guys are Shakespeare-good!
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Sem:

Storch Club poetry slam in progress.
  1:24pm
Dean:

Strictly speaking--and I never speak any way but strictly--it's a limerick slam.
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Stork:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @1:18
Actually it's trumpet/cornet player Bill Dixon that's born on Nantucket. But "trumpeter" doesn't fit the meter.
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Sem:

↳ Dean @1:24
Love Irish poetry.
  1:26pm
Dean:

But "trumpeter"
Doesn't fit the meter

...rhymes!
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WR:

↳ Wendy del Formaggio @1:09
My partner chose the cheese, don't know what. My role is to push the cart.
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NotARealDoctor in Norfolk VA:

↳ WR @1:27
Grab an extra cheese just for yourself, it can be a nice little treat for later
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tom tom the pipers son:

a man blew his horn in nantucket
whose wife didn't like
so he snuck it
when he got caught
no lesson was taught
so he just kept on blowin' it
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tom tom the pipers son:

↳ tom tom the pipers son @1:30
not quite...
  1:31pm
Dean:

There you go, direct from the pipers son!
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DJ Peter:

↳ tom tom the pipers son @1:30
swingin'
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rw:

↳ tom tom the pipers son @1:31
Perfect. Especially the part about blowin’ it
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tom tom the pipers son:

last line not quite a rhyme
  1:33pm
rw:

↳ tom tom the pipers son @1:32
That’s what makes it!!
  1:33pm
Dean:

Shortly after moving to Berkeley I remember seeing a flier in a cafe window reporting on an upcoming performance in town by Paul Rutherford. I failed to attend, and not long afterwards he left us. I still regret that failure.
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Stork:

↳ rw @1:32
I think you're missing a couple of syllables your iambic pentameter
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Stork:

↳ Stork @1:33
"in" your iambic pentameter
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rw:

↳ Stork @1:33
That’s me for you. Missing a couple syllables
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fred:

@RevRab: my tea story: 30+ years ago, I was looking for a Guinness dispensary when I found a tiny tea house. I became a regular there (I never saw another customer there, it was early afternoon). I came in with cowboy boots and leather jacket, but she taught me everything about tea (including not to wear perfume when coming to her place).
Now it takes reservation to get to her place, months to have her do it. She's one of the ten highest ranked tea masters worldwide, the first woman to reach that rank. I was spoiled
  1:36pm
Dean:

A limerick's just a dumb poem
From the land of whisky and loam
It's supposed to insinuate
And tickle and titillate
Eh, fuck it, I prefer free verse
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tom tom the pipers son:

↳ Dean @1:36
ha!
  1:40pm
Dean:

Dig this photo of Cuscuna and a bunch of other guys:
https://shorturl.at/fkmDO

Wayne Shorter, Dexter Gordon, Michael Cuscuna, Billy Higgins, Herbie Hancock, Palle Mikkelborg (or Mads Vinding) and Ron Carter. Studio Davout in Paris, 1985 during the making of ‘Round Midnight. (photo courtesy Michael Cuscuna)
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tom tom the pipers son:

.....to break profanity laws in red states
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NotARealDoctor in Norfolk VA:

↳ fred @1:35
Do you still have the hookup there? Or do they make you wait on line with the rest of us plebs?
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ fred @1:35
...Righteous.

Think I'll crush a JetAlert caffeine tab into my DeathWish Koffeez...
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Stork:

↳ Dean @1:40
Thanks, Dean!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Stork @1:25
...no - but 'trumpet' is a natural...
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tom tom the pipers son:

↳ fred @1:35
that's a great story, fred...
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ tom tom the pipers son @1:44
It really is.
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fred:

↳ NotARealDoctor in Norfolk VA @1:40
I loved the experience having her serve me tea that way, though it was uncomfortable. I'd never pull rank that way, it would spoil those awesome memories. I mean, she was choosing vintages and telling me the history, with me being a perfecto jacket cowboy boots dumbass
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tom tom the pipers son:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @1:45
i've been to paris twice, so i'm no expert, but seemed many shopkeepers raised their services to an artform
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tom tom the pipers son:

↳ tom tom the pipers son @1:47
esp with food
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ tom tom the pipers son @1:47
...which is maybe why being a dumb Murikan & just going in & looking & not getting anything is such bad form. ESP being more pronounced in Parisians apparently... But someone observed that people have attitude in NYC & LA & London too. & France just has Paris...
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...yerknow - Waiter wasn't rude ...you didn't really have Paris...
But intimate with a World TeaMaster is another thing.
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Stork:

↳ Song: "Miniature 6" by "Peter Kowald/Kent Kessler/Fred L...
Here's your bicycle kit!
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tom tom the pipers son:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @1:50
good point about murikans
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Michael 98145:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @1:50
many people have agendas -- some more than others
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

You could say The City has more of everything ...including TeaMasters - & other things that never even crossed my mind - here on my backside in smalltown NewHampshuh again...
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Song: "Throat I" by "Peter Kowald / Diamanda Galás"
There is no other Medicine exactly like Diamanda.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @1:58
...tho she pairs well with DeathWish Koffeez...
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tom tom the pipers son:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @1:50
reminds me on some level of experiencing the louvre for first time and seeing european art that i knew from books in reality and more or less in context that it was made in
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ tom tom the pipers son @2:00
Oh yes exactly that ! I say I was a devoted Modernist ...but the Centre Pompidou made me realize a lot of it was not different than seeing it in books - whatever. Once you got *the Idea* ...but the Musee D'Orsay of Impressionism ...those guys could sho nuff PAINT. So if you're lucky you can still Learn things...
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adamdoesit:

Hi Stork and swells! I'm checking in from afield, as I search for the headwaters of the Passaic. That's not the source of the creek, mind you, but the secret dumping ground where it takes on bongwater (1.5 lpm) from around the region.
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chresti:

↳ Stork @1:04
I liked the Pompidou and it's gift shoppe..
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Stork:

↳ adamdoesit @2:04
Ooph, that stuff's nasty when it floods - nothing like bongwater backup. Bad time to be in Totowa, NJ.
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Michael 98145:

↳ adamdoesit @2:04
and dioxin just gives it that je ne sais quoi
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ chresti @2:07
- yeah so ...the other possibility is the Pompodou just wasn't that exciting *that week* or something :D
...anyway - my parameters widened & deepened a little maybe. Or ....one realizes more upfront that they were...
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tom tom the pipers son:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @2:03
i found the d'orsay's layout kind of fragmented and disjointed so i don't have the best memory of it, and that's an interesting point about the pompidou, the thing ifound interestingwas seeing a different curatorial style or focus with some lesser known artists (to me) thrown in the mix
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...yerknow ya go to Paris *once* like an Art & Culture Stormtrooper on JetAlert pills to see all History in a week maybe - & run out of money as fast as possible...
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chresti:

Once I learned to say "sil vous plait, un cafe" I had no unpleasant experiences when ordering coffee in France
  2:13pm
Dean:

I like the barber shop at the Pompidou. I got a, you know, Pompidour.

My first visit to Paris involved finding the offices of the early music ensemble Les Arts Florissants. Once I arrived, they brought in lunch for me and let me attend a rehearsal by another early music group, the Trio Louis Lande. Later, I traveled with LAF to Lyons via TGV and on to Ambronay by bus. Happy times.
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Sem:

↳ adamdoesit @2:04
Hello, adamdoesit. Good to see you.
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tom tom the pipers son:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @2:11
so true
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ tom tom the pipers son @2:10
Uh-huh. More than a whole ♄Saturn Cycle (Act of Life) later - who knows how it'd all strike me. Maybe it was cause I *was* so hyped on Modernism & the Avant that I left singing 'is that all there is'... But hell - Gawd Bless Paris for being able to alter an Amurikan's thinking in one go...
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chresti:

Lyons is French cuisine central.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Dean @2:13
Now that's the good stuff there.
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adamdoesit:

↳ Sem @2:14
Hey Sem, likewise!

I'm a Centre Pompidou fan, too. Got a couple magnets from there on the fridge. I try not to take it too far, though. Wouldn't want to be thought a Pompidouche.
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chresti:

↳ adamdoesit @2:17
Ha!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...not saying I'm a PompiDon't...
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Sem:

↳ adamdoesit @2:17
Pompidouche. ZING!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Sem @2:18
...perfect Français right ?...
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chresti:

Pompidouche would be the fountain.
  2:20pm
Dean:

Renzo Piano remains among the living.
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Sem:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @2:19
Nailed it, RevRab!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...awlright Murikan ...you've made your bidet - now you gotta lie in it...
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chresti:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @2:21
Ha!
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Sem:

Happy bidet to you, happy bidet....
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Stork:

↳ Sem @2:22
You say it's your bidet...
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doctorjazz:

Baxck from a quick shop, having 12 over for Seder Tuesday night. Needed that cheesecolth for a potato kugel
cooking.nytimes.com...
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Sem:

↳ Stork @2:23
...gonna have a good time...
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fred:

↳ chresti @2:15
Truth
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adamdoesit:

I thought it was Peter Kowald's bidet?
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Stork:

↳ Sem @2:24
🎂
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Michael 98145:

↳ Dean @2:13
what a great experience
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Other part of all that is - my own Father was a Realist ~ Impressionist Oil Painter. So this shift in thinking was close to home for me as it were. With a sizable portion of our NewEngland DNA in fact Francais...
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tom tom the pipers son:

my ex was friends with artist dan graham so we went there for an opening of a pavilion on the outskirts of paris and a gallery opening, we stayed in same hotel as dan and hung out with him a lot...i went window shopping with him and his engineer and we stopped at a display of batroom fixtures an accessories. there was atoilet witha little area rug around the front of it witha cartoon image of this sort of bourgeois woman with a feather duster looking up at you with a big smile on her face...there was a moment of silence and i sensed we were all puzzled by it, and i said" you're supposed to piss on her face" dan cracked up, and i was abit chuffed by it
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adamdoesit:

↳ doctorjazz @2:24
doc, how is this kugel different from all other kugels?
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doctorjazz:

↳ Song: "Encounter II" by "Peret Kowald Peter Jacquemyn"
Quadruple bass??
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Stork:

↳ tom tom the pipers son @2:26
Wow! Elena (my wife) worships Dan Graham!
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Stork:

↳ doctorjazz @2:27
Sounds like at least 4 at times
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tom tom the pipers son:

↳ Stork @2:27
he was an experience to be around a few times
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ tom tom the pipers son @2:26
Art Imitates Life
...& depending on the milieu - perhaps a friend's wife...
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PaulRobeson1924:

Good. Good
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doctorjazz:

↳ adamdoesit @2:27
On other nights we eat noodle or potato kugel, on this night, only potato kugel (sung very loudly)
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Stork:

↳ PaulRobeson1924 @2:30
Heyo PaulRobeson1924
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Michael 98145:

↳ doctorjazz @2:33
Not sure i've had either. Looks good -- lotsa butter.
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doctorjazz:

Michael Cuscuna rememberance from Mosaic Records:
www.mosaicrecords.com...
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doctorjazz:

↳ Michael 98145 @2:37
Potato, onion, and fat-what could be bad?
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doctorjazz:

↳ Michael 98145 @2:37
(comfort food for me, grew up on this stuff (may explain my current need for. cholesterol-lowerig medication...)
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chresti:

↳ tom tom the pipers son @2:26
That's a good ice breaker!
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Michael 98145:

↳ doctorjazz @2:39
yum
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Stork:

↳ Song: "Prelude" by "Mike Westbrook"
Yikes, this puppy just did a looney-skip-rooney!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ doctorjazz @2:38
Thx
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tom tom the pipers son:

such a radical album
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Stork:

The time has come, the walrus said... yeah, fuck off, walrus i still got 12 minutes... OK, well I must take my leave whereupon you shall notice no difference outside of the improvement in programming. Thanks all - it was a bomb-blast!!
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Michael 98145:

↳ doctorjazz @2:40
A friend had a favorite toast: "To Lipitor!"
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adamdoesit:

↳ Stork @2:49
Thanks, Stork!
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Michael 98145:

Wild journey today. Thanks, again.
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tom tom the pipers son:

thanks stork...
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doctorjazz:

To Lipitor!!!
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doctorjazz:

Great show Stork, thanks much!
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Stork:

↳ Michael 98145 @2:50
Love it!! Lipitor and Glenn Passaic - adamdoesit will have a new cocktail whipped up in time for the next show
  2:53pm
Mike Cooper:

That Louis and that Harry❤️
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Stork:

↳ doctorjazz @2:40
Happy cooking, doc!!
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PaulRobeson1924:

When tomorrow comes around
There'll be time to melt it down
See what your tests of fire prove
Right now I can hardly move
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Sem:

Large and delightful fun, the Storch. Much obliged to you and Clubbers for making Sunday afternoon worth having. A la prochaine.
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tom tom the pipers son:

there once was a pill named lipitor
which you take each day so you can eat more
your cholestrol goes down
your belly gets round
big pharma creates an uproar
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doctorjazz:

↳ Song: "The Bride" by "Chris McGregor's Brotherhood of Br...
Great album!
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Stork:

Lady C awaiteth, and junk!! Stay tooned!!!
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doctorjazz:

↳ tom tom the pipers son @2:55
;-)
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

~ TY Always DJ Stork ~
No seriously the whole first part of Sunday is all about you & DJ JeffG being here. Appreciated.
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WR:

Thank you! Stork!
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Michael 98145:

how time drips away
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fred:

↳ tom tom the pipers son @2:26
There's a vibe about rich kids who live in Paris. I was born there but never could afford to live there
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doctorjazz:

Loving the Sidney Bechet filler...
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Michael 98145:

uh huh
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tom tom the pipers son:

↳ fred @3:01
well we were kinda just being tourists
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doctorjazz:

Stream now?
  🥁 3:11pm
tom tom the pipers son:

sympathies go out to lady c ...she must be going crazy with some serious tech issues
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chresti:

Thank you for another swell show, Stork!
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