March 8, 2015

Playlist Week of 2015-03-07

* Debussy/Ravel/Dutilleux: String Quartets (Juilliard) (Sony CD)
* Cage: Complete Piano Music Vol.7: Pieces 1933-1950 (Schleiermacher) (MDG CD)
* Cage: Complete Piano Music Vol.8: Hommage à Satie (Schleiermacher) (MDG CD)
* Sun Ra: Other Planes of There (Saturn/Universal LP)
* Sun Ra: The Magic City (Saturn/Universal LP)
* Sun Ra: Continuation (Saturn/Universal LP)
* Terje Rypdal / Miroslav Vitous / Jack DeJohnette  (ECM LP)
* Derek Bailey: Music And Dance (Revenant LP)
* Jack Wright & Ben Wright: As If Anything Could Be The Same (Relative Pitch CD)
* Joelle Leandre & Phillip Greenlief: That Overt Desire Of Object (Relative Pitch CD)
* Joelle Leandre & Jérôme Bourdellon: Evidence (Relative Pitch CD)
* Vinny Golia Quartet: Take Your Time (Relative Pitch CD)
* Vinny Golia & Urs Leimgruber: Empiricism in the West (Relative Pitch CD)
* FPR: All At Once (Relative Pitch CD)
* Stephen Gauci/Kirk Knuffke/Ken Filiano: Chasing Tales (Relative Pitch CD)
* Mary Halvorson: Reverse Blue (Relative Pitch CD)
* Susan Alcorn: Soledad (Relative Pitch CD)
* Rabih Abou-Khalil: Roots & Sprouts (MMP/Enja CD)
* Rabih Abou-Khalil: Morton’s Foot (Enja CD)
* Dawn of Midi: Dysnomia (Thirsty Ear CD)
* D’Angelo & The Vanguard: Black Messiah (RCA CD)
* Miguel: Kaleidoscope World (RCA CD)
* Shelby Lynne: Just A Little Lovin’ (Lost Highway/Analogue Productions LP)
* John Fahey: Let Go (Varrick LP)
* The Pentangle: Basket of Light (Reprise LP)
* Brian Keane: Snowfalls (Flying Fish LP)
* Grateful Dead: The Horizon, Rosemont, IL 1993-03-10 (SBD FLAC)
* Van Morrison: No Guru, No Method, No Teacher (Polydor CD)
* Fred Frith: Cheap At Half The Price (Ralph LP)
* Earth: Earth 2 : Special Low Frequency Version (Sub Pop 2LP)
* Steven Wilson: Hand. Cannot. Erase (KScope MP3) †
* Expo 70: July 18, 2004 (Sonic Mediations LP)
* Expo 70: Where Does Your Mind Go? (Immune 2LP)



It's kinda hard to believe, as I comfortably sit here this evening in a T-shirt, that we had yet another nasty storm this week, which dumped over five inches of ice and snow overnight on Wednesday. Of course, the experience wouldn't be complete with losing power for several hours as the temperatures dropped--why, oh, why do we not bury our power lines? And, once again, we were essentially trapped in the house for two days.


I tell you what: this winter thing is getting old. Heck, we are well into March--and that usually means daffodils and forsythia bushes are blooming away down here in Dixie. Hopefully, that was the last of it and spring is soon on its way.

OK. Enough bitching about the weather. See you next week.

1 comment:

Roddus said...

I keep thinking the same thing about our powerlines every time we have 150KM Nor-West wings and the utilities company spends the next week running round trying to get everyones back on. I guess it costs too much to go underground, especially in the rural areas like here. In saying that, most of Christchurch city has undergroung power many cables of which snapped in the big earthquake in 2011.