Monday, January 9, 2017

Playlist, Week of 2017-01-08

I am still absorbing the almost four hours' worth of music Rodger Coleman and I recorded in December. Rodger is a true wizard. He's an expert at creating spaced-out sonic landscapes that are easy to travel, and his moog and guitar work this time were truly exemplary. Tons of zonked-out megaspace suites to absorb! I also got to try out his Yamaha DTX-12 Multi set-up, and it was a blast integrating pre-programmed percussive sounds with the acoustic kit. Rodger also has a new 6.5"x14" Ludwig Black Beauty snare, which had me drooling--so responsive and brilliant sounding, I almost didn't have to touch it for it to sound great.

Playlist 2017-01-09:

*Ensemble 303: Treatise by Cornelius Cardew
*Anthony Braxton: Trillium E (discs 1, 2, 3, 4)
*Anthony Braxton: Trillium J (discs 1, 2, 3, 4)
*Taylor Ho Bynum: Enter the Plustet
*Rodger Coleman & Sam Byrd: 2016-12-26 Nashville (wav)
*Rodger Coleman & Sam Byrd: 2016-12-28 Nashville (wav)
*Marilyn Crispell: Live in San Francisco
*Decoy: Vol 1: Spirit
*Duke Ellington and His Orchestra: The Treasury Shows, Vol. 14 (disc 1)
*Mary Halvorson Octet: Away with You
*Alexander Hawkins: Song Singular
*Ingrid Laubrock with Liam Noble & Tom Rainey: Sleepthief
*Ingrid Laubrock: Serpentines
*Joe Morris: 2015-12-04 Amsterdam (CDR)
*Sonny Rollins Quartet with Don Cherry: Complete Live at the Village Gate 1962 (discs 1, 2)
*Wadada Leo Smith: Kabell Years 1971-1979 (disc 1)
*Sun Ra and His Intergalactic Research Arkestra: Planets of Life or Death, Amiens '73
*Henry Threadgill Zooid: This Brings Us To, Volume 1
*Henry Threadgill Zooid: Tomorrow Sunny/The Revelry, Spp
*Henry Threadgill Ensemble Double Up: Old Locks and Irregular Verbs
*Flaming Lips: The Terror
*Opeth: Sorceress (Limited Edition) (disc 1)
*John Oswald: Discosphere
*UYA: 1990-07-22 Definite Electric (wav)
*Frank Zappa/Mothers of Invention: Road Tapes, Venue #1 (1968) (disc 2)

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