Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Off Again

Taking this week off, too. Going to NYC to attend an international copyright conference for a couple days.....

Saturday, October 21, 2006


Played a great interview with The Kronos Quartet's David Harrington that was conducted by Phil Johnson and Dave Barrett last weekend. I only wish Kronos' performance last night at the Colonial was as good as this interview. But it wasn't. Ah, well. I guess they can't always be brilliant.

Morells, That Mellow Saxophone

Iron Butterfly, In-a-Gadda-da-Vita

Matisyahu, Sea to Sea
Piney Gir, Greetings and Salutations
Flash and the Pan, Walking in the Rain
Haale, Morning

Shannon McNally, 50 Ways to Lose Your Lover
OMD, Enola Gay
James McMurtry, We Can't Make it Here

David Harrington Interview

Focus, Hocus Pocus
Bessie Banks, Go Now
Brain Eno, Track 14 Glitterbug Soundtrack
Marianne Faithful, So Sad

Mark Orton's Aurora Septet, Track 1

Friday, October 13, 2006


That's Haale up there.

Maybe my favorite show yet.

If you wanna know about the future of music, go here.

Morells, That Mellow Saxophone
Kyu, Number 1 (Live in Tokyo, fr Bigozine)
The Royal Highness, The Last to Know
Easybeats, Coke Commerical
Contours, First I Look at the Purse
Sufjan Stevens, They Are Night Zombies

Sun Ra and His Arkestra, Rocket Number 9
Dixie Chicks, Not Ready to Make Nice
Les Peines Prochaines, Wicked Game (C Isaac cover)
Perry Como, Catch a Falling Star

Under Byen, Den Her Sang Hanlar Om At Fa Dat Bedste Ud Of Det
Jefferson Airplane, While Stretch Levis Commercial
Wenge Musica, Solola Bien
Silkworm, Let's Kill Saturday Night (R Fulks cover)

Cat Power, Wild is the Wind (live KCRW 9.12.06, bigozine)
Lowell George, Willin' (live WHFS 3.19.74, bigozine)
Ramones, 53rd and 3rd (fr Judy's in the Basement, 1975, bigozine)
Tallis Scholars, Salvator Mundi

Haale, Morning (Ivan Julain remix)
Navayee "
Be Hamegan "
Before the Skies (w Sean Lennon)

Angelo Badalamenti, Fats Revisted (fr Lost Highway)
TTC, Dans le Club
Fabulous Poodles, Work Shy

Vinicius Cantuaria, Tucuma

Monday, October 02, 2006

I REPEAT: You Will Dance

This week I'll be at the Future of Music Policy Summit in Montreal, which ought to be a trip and a half. So on Friday at 3 I've scheduled a repeat of the dance-song show from June, which was a trip and a half, if I may say so myself. Scroll down to my June 23 post for the playlist.

And after that Scott Marks is going to guest-host Kimchi Shelter, playing a bunch of Korean indy music he found on the web. Can't wait to hear that!!!

See you, then, on Friday the 13th, when I will explain to you what the future of music shall be.

Sunday, October 01, 2006

Karma Chickens Coming Home To Roost