KUSF In Exile 09.20.11 Midnight-5 AM Open Mind Music DJ Henry

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3rd Hour

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KUSF In Exile 09.19.11 11-Midnight Room For Four DJ Jekkyll

Before there were recordings, music at home meant playing the piano; and before the inexpensive mass-produced piano, music at home meant gathering to play instruments together. With focus on the quartet, /Room for four/ explores the music that was written not primarily to be performed for an audience, but to be /played/ – for the players’ own enjoyment.

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KUSF In Exile 09.19.11 10-11 PM Jazz On The Cusp DJ Doctor Jekkyll

For over a century, jazz music has continued to be a living, breathing entity. To date, the music itself has defended itself admirably against those self-appointed guardians of last year's blues who would compartmentalize jazz as swing, bebop, cool, avant-garde, etc. Rather than hearing jazz as a sequence of separate styles, it is important to hear its continuity across time. Jazz is always on the cusp, always searching, always ready to incorporate a new discovery into the body of work that preceded it. There is no radical break between swing and bebop, between bebop and cool, between the early New Orleans styles and the avant-garde group improvisations of the 1960s. The music exists on a continuum.


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25th edition
19 September 2011

Happy Birthday
Muhal Richard Abrams
(September 19, 1930 in Chicago, Illinois)

1. Blues Forever
Muhal Richard Abrams
Blues Forever
Black Saint
released 1982
recorded July 20, 21 & 27, 1981
Muhal Richard Abrams - piano, conductor
Baikida Carroll - trumpet, flugelhorn
Craig Harris - trombone
Wallace Laroy McMillan - baritone saxophone, flute
Jimmy Vass - alto saxophone, flute
Eugene Ghee - tenor saxophone, clarinet
Vincent Chancey - french horn
Howard Johnson - tuba, baritone saxophone
Jean-Paul Bourelly - guitar
Michael Logan - bass
Andrew Cyrille - drums

2. Malic
Muhal Richard Abrams
Mama and Daddy
Black Saint
released 1980
recorded June 16 & 19, 1980
Muhal Richard Abrams - piano, synthesizer, conductor
Baikida Carroll - trumpet, flugelhorn
Vincent Chancey - french horn
George Lewis - trombone
Wallace McMillan - alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, flute, congas
Bob Stewart - tuba
Leroy Jenkins - violin
Brian Smith - bass
Andrew Cyrille - percussion
Thurman Barker - drums, marimba, percussion

3. Linetime
Muhal Richard Abrams
Song for All
Black Saint
released 1997
recorded April 26–29, 1995
Muhal Richard Abrams - piano, synthesizer
Eddie Allen - trumpet
Aaron Stewart - tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone
Craig Harris - trombone
Bryan Carrott - vibraphone, percussion
Brad Jones - bass
Reggie Nicholson - drums

4. 1 And 4 Plus 2 And 7
Muhal Richard Abrams
Things to Come from Those Now Gone
released 1975
recorded October 10 & October 11, 1972
Muhal Richard Abrams - piano, synthesizer
Steve McCall - drums

5. Oldfotalk
Muhal Richard Abrams Orchestra
The Hearinga Suite
Black Saint
released 1989
recorded January 17 & 18, 1989
Jack Walrath, Cecil Bridgewater, Frank Gordon, Ron Tooley - trumpet
Clifton Anderson, Dick Griffin - trombone
Jack Jeffers, Bill Lowe - bass trombone
John Purcell - flute, clarinet, tenor saxophone
Marty Ehrlich - piccolo, flute, clarinet, alto saxophone
Patience Higgins - bass clarinet, tenor saxophone
Courtnay Winter - bassoon, bass clarinet, tenor saxophone
Charles Davis - baritone saxophone, soprano saxophone
Diedre Murray - cello
Fred Hopkins - bass
Warren Smith - glockenspiel, vibes, percussion
Andrew Cyrille - drums
Muhal Richard Abrams - piano, synthesizer, conductor

Barry Altschul
You Can't Name Your Own Tune
32 Jazz
released 1977
recorded February 8 & 9, 1977
re-issued 2000
Muhal Richard Abrams - piano
Dave Holland - bass
Barry Altschul - drums

7. Maple Leaf Rag
(Scott Joplin)
Anthony Braxton
Duets 1976
released 1976
recorded August 1 & 2, 1976
Anthony Braxton - alto saxophone
Muhal Richard Abrams - piano

KUSF In Exile 09.19.11 9-10 PM Guitar Journeys DJ Giacomo Fiore

Guitar Journeys champions diverse traditions of guitar music from around the world, including classical, fingerstyle, jazz, bossa nova, and genre-defying contemporary compositions.  Featuring the ancient music of 16th century lutenists, fresh compositions by today's living artists, and just about everything in between, Guitar Journeys is the Bay Area's portal into a spectacular universe of guitar music. Email guitarjourneys@yahoo.com, and tune in Monday nights at 11pm.

Hosts: Theresa Calpotura, DJ Tuggy, Giacomo Fiore, and Teja Gerken

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KUSF In Exile 09.19.11 830-9 PM Polka Fetish DJ Schmeejay

Polka Fetish is a weekly 30-minute blast of polka music brought to you by djs Schmeejay, Cactus, Jacob, and Masha. Polka from all over the world is presented with all the gemutlichkeit we can muster.

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KUSF In Exile 09.19.11 830-930 PM Animals Aloud DJ Deirdre Kennedy

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“Saving a Species”

1:00 BILLBOARD w/ music 00:01:00

2:00 Newscast w/ cuts 00:03:00

:30 AA FUNDER/Music (s) 00:03:30 :30

1:00 Overview of show / music 00:04:30

10:00 Knights/ WildAid 14:30:00
(incl. intro breaks & goodbye)
:30 Floating Cutaway :30 AA Funder 15:00:00 :30

13:00 Tippi/ Shambala 26:00:00
(music sting)
2:30 Eddie Izzard/ Birds 28:30:00

:30 COMING UP W/ CUTS (:59) 28:55:00
:60 Music bed for KUSF PSA 29:35:00 :30

1:00 We’re Back/ Billboard/ Topic 31:00:00

4:30 Penny/ Kitty TV 35:30:00

:30 Floating CUTAWAY/ AA FUNDER 36:00:00 :30

8:40 Clifford/Animal Balance 45:00:00

:30 Floating CUTAWAY/ AA FUNDER 45:30:00 :30

11:00 Owen Maerks/ Reptiles 57:30:00

1:00 Goodbye, credits, web site 58:30:00

:30 AA End Funder(s) 59:00:00 :30

KUSF In Exile 09.20.11 7-730 PM Folks Law DJ Daniel Everett

Folk Law focuses on law and policy topics that affect the everyday people in our communities.  The prevailing view is that there are essentially two society's functioning side by side - one for tho who can afford legal and political representation, and one for those who cannot.  This program seeks to bridge that divide.  Folk Law does not give legal advice - but it does provide much needed insight and information concerning a myriad of civic and legal issues important to our listeners.
website: folklawradio.com
Producer and host:  Daniel Everett, Attorney at Law
California State Bar Number: 268967

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