WNUR Conference of the Birds, 2011-08-09

“Conference of the Birds” is my weekly radio program on WNUR-FM. It airs on Tuesdays from 5-7:30 am Chicago time (UTC-5). And, of course, when technology cooperates, you can just come here for the archives. You can subscribe to the podcast with this URL (click here to subscribe in iTunes). (You can also once again see one jumbo list of my past playlists (back to 9/2008 when WNUR started online playlists), for easier searching.)

Again, a theme-free show, ranging pretty widely from jug band to Stereolab and Ali Hassan Kuban to TV on the Radio.

The archiver successfully grabbed the first full track from John’s show (a number from the recent William Parker Organ Quartet album) so I’m passing that along to you at no additional charge.

Enjoy!

Listen:

download program (141MB, 2 hrs 34 min)

Artist: “Track” – Album (Label)
Cannon’s Jug Stompers: “Minglewood Blues” – Ruckus Juice & Chittlin’s, v. 1 (Yazoo)
Cast King of Old Sand Mountain, Alabama: “Long Time Now” – Saw Mill Mountain (Locust)
Waylon Jennings: “Good Time Charlie’s Got the Blues” – Lonesome, On’ry and Mean (RCA Victor)
The Heliocentrics: “Sirius A” – Out There (Now Again)
Cool Chris & Vinnie Esparza: “Track 11” – Trap Door (Dis-joint)
Stereolab: “Hallucinex” – Sound-Dust (Elektra)
Kenny Rankin: “In the Name of Love” – 7″ (Columbia)
Gal Costa: “Vou Recomeçar” – Gal Costa (1969) (Polygram (Brazil))
Allá: “Sigue tu corazón” – Es tiempo (Crammed Discs)
Paulo Bagunça: “A Mente” – Paulo Bagunça e a Tropa Maldita (Continental)
Rizzam-Muazzam Qawwali: “Life and Soul” – Day of Colours (Real World)
Ali Hassan Kuban: “Bettitogor Agil” – Walk Like a Nubian (Piranha)
Sly & the Family Stone: “You Can Make It If You Try” – Stand! (Epic)
Brenton Wood: “The Oogum Boogum Song” – Beg, Scream & Shout: the Big Ol’ Box of 60’s Soul (Rhino)
Oscar Brown, Jr.: “Chicken Heads” – What It Is! Funky Soul And Rare Grooves (Rhino)
The Meters: “Live Wire” – Funkify Your Life (The Meters Anthology) (Rhino)
Toots and the Maytals: “Reggae Got Soul” – 96 Degrees In The Shade (Mango)
Manu Dibango: “New Bell” – Club Africa, Vol. 2: Hard African Funk, Afro-Jazz, & Original Afro-Beat (Landspeed)
Music Emporium: “Man Myo Renge Kyo” – Sixties Archives Vol. 8 Acid Trip & Heavy Sound For Psychic Minds (Eva)
Bar Kokhba Sextet: “Hazor” – 50th Birthday Celebration, v. 11 (Tzadik)
Mulatu Astatke & the Heliocentrics: “Chik Chikka” – Inspiration Information, Vol. 3 (Strut)
TV on the Radio: “Bomb Yourself” – Desparate Youth, Blood Thirsty Babes (Touch and Go/4AD)
Super Eagles: “Gambia So Nous Raew” – Senegambian Sensation (Retroafric)
Grupo de Experimentación Sonora del ICAIC: “Sondeando” – Sí, Para Usted: The Funky Beats of Revolutionary Cuba, Volume 1 (Waxing Deep)
The Larks: “Coffee, Cigarettes and Tears” – Up With the Larks: The Uptempo Apollo Recordings 1951-1955 (Westside)
Conjunto Panama: “Trigueñito y Solo” – Panama! 3 Calypso Panameño, Guajira Jazz & Cumbia Típica on the Isthmus 1960–-75 (Soundway)
Shenley Duffus: “Rukumbine” – Intensified! Original Ska 1962-1968 (Island)
Philip Cohran and the Artistic Heritage Ensemble: “Malcolm Little” – The Malcolm X Memorial (A Tribute in Music) (Zulu/Katalyst)
Rio 65 Trio: “Azul Contente” – Rio 65 Trio (Philips)
Dave Holland Quartet: “See-Saw” – Conference of the Birds (ECM)
DKV Trio: “The Thing” – Trigonometry (Okkadisk)
Ernest Dawkins’ New Horizons Ensemble: “Hymn for a Hip King” – The Prairie Prophet (Delmark)