World of Jazz 391

  1. Chris Speed, Dave King, Reid Anderson, Tim Berne “Humpty Dumpty” from Broken Shadows Live (9donkeys/Screwgun Records) 00:00
  2. Alexander Hawkins, Tomeka Reid “If Becomes Is” from Shards and Constellations (Intakt) 10:09
  3. Bob Gluck “Emerg-ency” from Early Morning Star (FMR Records) 14:34
  4. Matt Mitchell, Tim Berne “Duck” from 1 (9donkeys/Screwgun Records) 18:40
  5. Yannick Chayer “Master Forgery” from Gebilde (Small Scale Music) 30:25
  6. Yves Charuest “La parabole du cône” from Le Territoire de l’anche (Small Scale Music) 35:08
  7. Chris Speed, Dave King, Reid Anderson, Tim Berne “Walls Bridges” from Broken Shadows Live (9donkeys/Screwgun Records) 43:02
  8. Bob Gluck “Tzur Michelo Los Bilbilicos” from Early Morning Star (FMR Records) 49:16
  9. Eric Dolphy “Mandrake” from Music Prophet : The Expanded 1963 New York Studio Sessions (Resonance) 55:14
  10. Alexander Hawkins, Tomeka Reid “Albert Ayler (His Life Was Too Short)” from Shards and Constellations (Intakt) 1:00:38
  11. Jorma Tapio & Kaski “Reppurin Laulu” from Aliseen (577 Records) 1:05:26
  12. Matt Mitchell, Tim Berne “All The Elasticity” from 1 (9donkeys/Screwgun Records) 1:10:43
  13. Chris Speed, Dave King, Reid Anderson, Tim Berne “Dogon AD” from Broken Shadows Live (9donkeys/Screwgun Records) 1:20:20
  14. Alexander Hawkins, Tomeka Reid “Peace On You” from Shards and Constellations (Intakt) 1:27:58
  15. Dan Weiss, Matt Mitchell, Marc Ducret, Shane Endsley, Michael Formanek, Chris Speed, Tim Berne “Whatever” from Tim Berne 7 Adobe Probe (9donkeys/Screwgun Records) 1:38:26

  • On this show I am featuring three new albums from the new off shoot label of Screwgun Records called 9donkeys. Music is from Tim Berne’s Broken Shadows and Adobe Probe groups plus some duo work with Matt Mitchell. All three albums feature live recordings from the vaults of some great music
  • There are also examples of some of the excellent groundbreaking music coming out of the independently run Small Scale Music label. There are also exciting new releases from Bob Gluck, Alexander Hawkins & Tomeka Reid and the single from the forthcoming album from Jorma Tapio & Kaski.
  • Chris Speed, Dave King, Reid Anderson, Tim Berne “Humpty Dumpty” from Broken Shadows Live (Screwgun Records/9donkeys)
    • Recorded live in an intimate club setting in 2019, captures the band up close and personal, interpreting the music of Ornette Coleman
    • Berne Alto and Speed Tenor with the Bad Plus rhythm section of Anderson and King
  • Alexander Hawkins, Tomeka Reid “If Becomes Is” from Shards and Constellations (Intakt)
    • Their first recording together
  • Bob Gluck “Emerg-ency” from Early Morning Star (FMR Records)
    • released June 15, 2020
    • Bob Gluck (piano, composer)
    • Andrea Wolper (voice) (not on this track)
    • Kinan Azmeh (clarinet)
    • Ken Filiano (bass)
    • Tani Tabbal (drums)
  • Matt Mitchell, Tim Berne “Duck” from 1 (Screwgun Records/9donkeys)
    • Recorded live at Ibeam june 30th 2010 by Joe Branciforte their first concert as a duo
    • Mastered by David Torn
  • Yannick Chayer “Master Forgery” from Gebilde (Small Scale Music)
    • released June 5, 2020
    • Yannick Chayer – Saxophone/Synth/Percussions/Effects….. from Montreal
  • Yves Charuest “La parabole du cône” from Le Territoire de l’anche (Small Scale Music)
    • Le territoire de l’anche (“The Reed Territory”), the ear probing the close encounter between breath and cane… the saxophone as a medium for listening and for the imagination, a form of materiality which imposes, suggests, and which Charuest explores, questions, assumes and challenges. Le territoire de l’anche is Charuest first solo release.
  • Chris Speed, Dave King, Reid Anderson, Tim Berne “Walls Bridges from Broken Shadows Live (Screwgun Records/9donkeys)
    • A Dewey Redman composition
  • Bob Gluck “Tzur Michelo Los Bilbilicos” from Early Morning Star (FMR Records)
    • Andrea Wolper singing
  • Eric Dolphy “Mandrake” from Music Prophet : The Expanded 1963 New York Studio Sessions (Resonance) 55:14
  • Alexander Hawkins, Tomeka Reid “Albert Ayler (His Life Was Too Short)” from Shards and Constellations (Intakt)
    • Leroy Jenkins composition
  • Jorma Tapio & Kaski “Reppurin Laulu” from Aliseen (577 Records)
    • June 26th Single is a traditional song from East Karelia, originally a region of Finland that has been part of Russia since the second World War. This area was famous for being populated by shamans, healers and players of the Kantele, a Finnish stringed folk instrument that was a fundamental part of the local music scene for centuries. Songs like ‘Reppurin Laulu’ were often sung by weeping women, a sort of ‘Finnish blues’ tradition, full of melancholy and strongly influenced by slavic culture. Jorma Tapio’s mother is from this region and the connection inspired the reinterpretation of this song.
    • Jorma Tapio – Alto Sax, Tenor Sax, Flute, Bass Flute, Wooden Flute, Kantele ;
    • Ville Rauhala – Bass ;
    • Janne Tuomi – Drums, Percussion, Kantele
  • Matt Mitchell, Tim Berne “All The Elasticity” from 1 (Screwgun)
  • Chris Speed, Dave King, Reid Anderson, Tim Berne “Dogon AD” from Broken Shadows Live (Screwgun Records)
    • Julius Hemphill’s tune
  • Alexander Hawkins, Tomeka Reid “Peace On You” from Shards and Constellations (Intakt)
    • Muhal Richard Abrams song
  • Dan Weiss, Marc Ducret, Shane Endsley, Michael Formanek, Chris Speed, Matt Mitchell, Tim Berne “Whatever” from Tim Berne 7 Adobe Probe (Screwgun Records)
    • On December 11th and 12th 2009 ARS NOVA in Philadelphia put together 2 nights of Berne music in 4 different settings. On the second night he performed some new music(at the time )with a septet of some of his favourite musicians many of whom were playing together for the first time. Recently discovered that Joe Branciforte had recorded the evening and had saved it all this time.

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