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Options November 30, 2015: Soft Horse No. 1

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Artist Track Album Label
Buck Biloxi & the Fucks   Streets of Rage   Options Streets of Rage  HoZac 
Music behind DJ:
Joe Gibbs 
Love Ja Ja Children   Options Dub Serial  Joe Gibbs Record Globe 
The Core  Caveman's Blues   Options Golonka Love  Moserobie Music Production 
Jimi Hendrix  Stepping Stone   Options War Heroes  Polydor 
Dark  Darkside   Options Dark Round The Edges  Light in the Attic 
Ecstatic Cosmic Union  Eyes of the Universe   Options XCU  Eiderdown 
Pləbeian  Spokes   Options EP 1  Sweat Equity 
Snakepiss  Set Fire to the Living   Options Arson  Chambray 
Phantom Horse  Hector   Options Different Forces  Umor Rex 
Music behind DJ:
Alessandro Alessandroni 
Verdermare   Options L'Ora Del Cocktail  Cenacolo 
Kris Davis Infrasound  Always Leave Them (Wanting More)   Options Save Your Breath  Clean Feed 
Lee Konitz & Martial Solal  Star Eyes   Options Star Eyes: Hamburg 1983  Hatology 
Lennie Tristano  Tautology   Options Chicago April 1951  Uptown 
Lee Wiley  Glad to be Unhappy   Options Duologue  Black Lion 
Arthur Freed & Denny Markass  You and I   Options Meet Me In St. Louis: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack  MGM 
Kathryn Grayson  I Hate Men   Options Kiss Me Kate: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack  Rhino 
Carleton Carpenter, Debbie Reynolds, and the MGM Studio Chorus  ABA Daba Honeymoon   Options Two Weeks with Love OST  MGM 
Music behind DJ:
Reflections   Options I Wah Dub  More Cut 
Deux Maisons   No Bedroom   Options For Sale  Clean Feed 
Giant Claw  Soft Channel No. 1   Options Soft Channel No. 1  Heligator 
Trim  Dear Roachie   Options Soulfood Vol. 2   
Kill the Vultures  Vandal   Options Carnelian  Totally Gross National Product 
New Flesh For Old  Thetawaves   Options Equilibrium  Big Dada 
Dday One  MC's on Strike   Options Loop Extensions | Deluxe  Content (L)abel 
K-Otix  Untitled   Options Spontaneity EP  K-Otix Entertainment 
Shape of Broad Minds  It Ain't Dead!!   Options Craft of the Lost Art  Lex 
Living By Lanterns  Forget B   Options New Myth/Old Science  Cuneiform 
Gush  Early in the Treatment   Options The March  Konvoj 
Music behind DJ:
Shuggie Otis 
XL-30   Options Inspiration Information  Epic 
Les Docteurs du Rythme  Ce pas fot moin   Options Haiti Goes Latin  Ansonia 
Los Caraibes  Dondé   Options CHABACHICHA - A Collection of French Metropolitan Latin  Les Mans Noires 
Los Indios  Ensueno De Claro Lunar   Options Music From Paraguya  Philips 
Kings Messengers Quartet  Live in Humble   Options Lead Kindly Light  Skyline 
Frank Sinatra Jr.  Black Night   Options Music From Entertainment  Numero Group 
Walter Zuber Armstrong  Cut 1   Options Call Notes  World Artists 
Music behind DJ:
Sunil Ganguly 
Amar Akbar Anthony   Options Bollywood Steel Guitar  Sublime Frequencies 
Levity  Clap your hands, Pikku Myy   Options Afternoon Delights  Lado ABC 
KEVIN CAHILL / RYAN WALDRON  Tkaronto or was it Toron-ten   Options Two Headwaters Historical  Power Moves Library 
Hussein Ali Zodeh  Tar Solo in dastgah Mahur   Options Music in the World of Islam: The Human Voice / Lutes  Topic 
Lloyd McNeil Quartet  Fountain in the Circle (Woodwind Quartet)   Options Washington Suite  Soul Jazz 
Nas  Queens Get The Money   Options Untitled  Def Jam 

Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:18pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...Thx for Jimi over here...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:21pm Sam Segal:

My pleasure, @Rev. My job as a gallery guard at a museum literally requires me to listen to this song on repeat for hours at a time, and yet I never tire of it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:24pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...for his B-Day on the 27th - watched a couple of docs - & - it's always just when you think you know all about Hendrix - exposed to him again & it's that instant 500-volt direct connection once again...
  9:38pm Doug Schulkind:

Hi Sam!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:39pm Sam Segal:

Welcome to the horse party, @Doug.
Avatar 10:01pm northguineahills:

Lee Konitz still saves this 80s jazz piece. (hard to find good 80s jazz, it exists, but you have to look [I might be biased]).
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:06pm Sam Segal:

I hear that, @ngh. The lack of the '80s jazz drum sound helps too. Those '80s snares, so tinny.
Avatar 10:24pm NFL Longsnapper:

ya know, hate is a prety strong word. just don't know if its strong enuff for men. sorry if that off-ends anybody ,, but i justt red the wikipedia page for Milli Vanilli.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:32pm Ike:

Hi everybody!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:33pm Sam Segal:

Welcome, @Ike and @NFL.
Avatar 10:36pm northguineahills:

Crap, haven't heard Trim in ages...
Avatar 10:38pm northguineahills:

Gonna have to bail soon, thanks Sam!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:38pm Ike:

This Kill the Vultures track reminds me a little bit of Dälek, of Newark, NJ.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:39pm Jeff Golick:

Dug that Deux Maisons track a little while back...evening, all.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:39pm Sam Segal:

Thanks for hanging out, @ngh!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:40pm Sam Segal:

Welcome, @Jeff.
@Ike: I'll have to check out Dalek. KTV are kind of local legends here in Minneapolis.
  10:42pm Snake:

Have to disagree with ngh on the 80's being bad for jazz...Granted much of it was done in Europe but there was plenty stateside too. Groups like Art Ensemble of Chicago, Anthony Braxton, Vienna Art Orchestra, Globe Unity Orch. Willem Breuker Kollektief...Black Saint Records ...Hat Art Records and many others!!!!
Avatar 10:44pm northguineahills:

Dalek were great, they even did a few tracks w/ Faust, believe it or not.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:45pm Jeff Golick:

If you'll forgive the slight self-aggrandizement here, for 1980s jazz possibilities, try: destination-out.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:50pm Sam Segal:

Couldn't agree more, @Snake. Plenty of incredible jazz released in the '80s. Sometimes I find the production a little cold on records put out in the '80s, but there's certainly no lack of boundary-pushing sounds. Then again, sometimes I love the super '80s sounds of Ornette's records from the decade, as well as Herbie Hancock's.
Avatar 10:51pm northguineahills:

Anthony Braxton can never do any wrong, but even the Art Ensemble of Chicago sounded tepid w/ Nice Guys (wait, was that '79?), Hat Art put out a lot of good stuff, but sometimes even some producers would numb the impact. The regular suspects mentioned above and including Steve Lacy, Evan Parker and others still made good stuff. I feel that the 80s was comparatively a dark age for jazz in general.
  11:17pm Snake:

I think most of the music I'm speaking of was not available stateside and not covered by magazines in the states.Cadence Magazine in Redwood N.Y. covered most of the music I'm speaking of and most of it was free jazz and most not available any longer.Labels like: Claxton from Holland, FMP from Germany, Moers Music.. Germany,Nato from France , Metalanguage from the US.And one of the old critics lives in Minneapolis Mn. where Sam is broadcasting from and his name is Milo Fine.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:21pm Sam Segal:

Milo Fine! Another local legend. A friend of mine took drum lessons from Milo Fine in middle school at a suburban music store. He said Milo spent most of their lessons talking about B-Movie horror flicks.
  11:27pm Snake:

Milo was a brutal reviewer.....he pissed many musicians off with his reviews...but usually he was so right.I never cared that much for his music but i loved his attitude and his reviews were great!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:31pm Sam Segal:

He still plays around the Twin Cities from time to time. Also, I believe he once played with Walter Zuber Armstrong at the Walker Art Center here in Minneapolis in the early '80s.
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