[acid-jazz] Tonight: FreeFall #182 - Playlist & preview

From: David Bassin (bassyd_at_pacbell.net)
Date: 2004-01-20 09:41:43

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    If you're perusing the playlist below in search of Heinz Tronigger's
    mix set, you'll notice it's MIA. I'm still waiting for a list of all
    the tracks and as soon as I get them, so will you. In the meantime, I
    encourage you to check out the re-broadcasts, available at all the
    regular places this week and just enjoy the music!

    There's a truckload of new releases this week - some I can talk about
    here and others.....I think you understand....here's what I can

    Sia: Colour The Small One - One of Zero 7's leading ladies drops her
    second album and it's absolutely gorgeous. Consisting primarily of
    breathy ballads, you can almost imagine her lips pressed close to
    your ear as she sings to you about love, lust and life. I don't know
    who's carrying it in your neck of the woods, but Amazon UK is selling
    it at a fairly reasonable price.

    DKD: Future Rage - Dego, Kaidi and Daz-I-Kue come correct with a
    smashing set that maintains the high standards one would expect from
    the Bugz crew. Broken beats and jazzy, diminished chords abound with
    guest vocals from Lady Alma, Bembe Segue and Donnie. Of all the
    Bugz-related projects to come out of West London, this may be the
    best to date. Available only as a Japanese import for now.

    Minimal Compact: There's Always Now (Remixes & Remakes) - Part of a
    three-disc box set (Returning Wheel) covering the history of this
    ground-breaking '80s group, ...Always places some of their best-known
    material into the hands of contemporary producers for the re-rub.
    Tiefschwartz, Fauna Flash, Kruder & Stereotyp, Maurice Fulton and
    others add new perspective to the decidedly dark tunes, resulting in
    some unusual interpretations. Fun factoid: lead singer Samy Birnbach
    is the real name of DJ Morpheus - curator of the Freezone series.

    V/A: A Journey To The Dawn - A collection of 'spiritual jazz' tracks
    from Pharoah Sanders, Ed Kelly, Bishop Norman Williams and Babatunde,
    all previously recorded for the Theresa label. Compiled by Gilles
    Peterson and Rocco Pandiana, this is music that's deep and
    transcendent .

    For the Bay area locals, we'll have tickets for this Saturday's live
    performance by Monolake, Deadbeat and a special DJ set from Kit
    Clayton at the Recombinant Media Lab located in Hunter's Point. For
    more information, check the Asphodel Web site:

    Until next time, ciao for now,

    If you'd like to submit music for consideration on FreeFall, the
    mailing address is:

    David Bassin / FreeFall
    111 Laidley St.
    San Francisco, CA 94131

    Last week's playlist and rebroadcast available online now:

    FreeFall 181: 1.13.04
    The Zodiac - Capricorn-The Uncapricious Climber - Cosmic Sounds (Water)
    Angelo Badalamenti - Dance Of The Dream Man - Twin Peaks OST (Warner Bros)
    Five Corners Quintet - Three Corners - 12" (Ricky-Tick)
    Lorez Alexandira - Send In The Clowns - Shibuya Jazz Classics: Gilles
    Peterson Collection (Trio)
    David Borsu - Hustle The Funk - Monster EP (Counterpoint)
    Patchworks - Cornbread (Crusho Rmx) - 12" (Q-Tape)
    Likwid Biskit - Altura Maxima - Family Planning Vol. 2 EP - 12" (Mainsqueeze)
    Guest Mix: Heinz Tronigger / Madrid De Los Austrias
    Sorry - playlist not available at this time
    NickNack - Improving Silence - Improving Silence (Crowd Control)
    Air - Universal Traveller - Talkie Walkie (Astralwerks)
    Incog - He Needs Me - 7" (white)
    Sonoluce - Eye Move - 12" (Ecco Chamber)
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