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http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/jazzon3/

My favourite radio show .

You can hear all the latest shows for a week .

The Cecil Taylor show should be up for about 12 hours from the time of this post.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/jazzon3/pip/xf1xr/

Cecil Taylor, Tony Oxley and Bill Dixon recorded at the Royal Festival Hall

On 15th November 2004 as part of the London Jazz Festival

& then its

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/jazzon3/pip/kxp1q/

Anthony Braxton

Friday 24 December 2004 23:30-1:00 (Radio 3)

Jez Nelson presents the second part of one this year's highlights at the London Jazz Festival, as the radical composer and instrumentalist Anthony Braxton plays his first concert in the UK for 20 years.

Widely regarded as one of the most exciting composers in jazz and improvised music during the 70s, he continues to push at the boundaries of music today. He is joined by Chris Dahlgren (bass), Satoshi Takeishi (drums), Mary Halvorson (guitar) and Taylor Ho Bynum (trumpet).

Duration:

1 hour 30 minutes

Playlist

Anthony Braxton

Recorded at Royal Festival Hall 15th November as part of the London Jazz Festival

Line up:

Anthony Braxton - saxophones

Taylor Ho Bynum - trumpet

Mary Halvorson - guitar

Chris Dahlgren - bass

Satoshi Takeishi - drums

Artist Anthony Braxton

Title Encore

Composer Braxton

Publisher Anthony Braxton Synthesis Music BMI

Duration 11'20"

Interview:

Linton Chiswick talked to Anthony Braxton

Artist Anthony Braxton

Title Composition 343

Composer Braxton

Publisher Anthony Braxton Synthesis Music BMI

Duration 49'41"

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This is a list of what has been on the show previously , so you know what standard to expect .

The show is currently encouraging people to vote from the list below so that they can repeat everyone's favourite recording in the new year-

Max Roach (April 4 98) Kenny Wheeler (11 April 98)

Dave Holland (18 April 98) Tony Coe (25 April 98)

John Scofield (2 May 98) J - Life (9 May 98)

Geoff Keezer (16 May 98) Iskrastra (23 May 98)

Trio Clusone (30 May 98) George Russell (6 June 98)

Paul Motian (20 June 98) Renee Rosnes (27 June 98)

Pat Metheny (4 July 98) Arturo Sandoval & BBC Big Band (11 July 98)

Nils Petter Molvaer (18 July 98) Herbie Hancock Quartet (25 July 98)

Wolfgang Puschnig (8 Aug 98) Michael Brecker (15 Aug 98)

Julian Arguelles (22 Aug 98) Kenny Garrett (29 Aug 98)

Summit Conference (5 Sept 98) Nu Troop (12 Sept 98)

Mike Stern (19 Sept 98) Lee Konitz (26 Sept 98)

Greg Osby (3 Oct 98) Jason Rebello, Tim Garland, Joe Locke (10 Oct 98)

Roy Haynes (17 Oct 98) The Headhunters (24 Oct 98)

Ravi Coltrane (31 Oct 98) Joey Baron (7 Nov 98)

Jaco Pastorius-WOM Big Band '82 (14 Nov 98) J Bowie's DeFunkt Big Band (28 Nov 98)

Kenny Wheeler w/ BBC Big Band (5 Dec 98) McCoy Tyner & The Latin All Stars (12 Dec 98)

The Mingus Big Band (19 Dec 98) Wayne Shorter (2 Jan 99)

Joe Zawinul Syndicate (9 Jan 99) L Sclavis, A Romano, H Texier (16 Jan 99)

Lester Bowie & Louis Moholo (23 Jan 99) Geri Allen (30 Jan 99)

Elvin Jones Jazz Machine (6 Feb 99) The New Gary Husband Trio (13 Feb 99)

Chick Corea's Origin (20 Feb 99) John McLaughlin (27 Feb 99)

Cassandra Wilson (6 March 99) Tim Whitehead (13 Mar 99)

Per 'Texas' Johansson (20 Mar 99) Julian Joseph & BBC Big Band (27 Mar 99)

Max Roach and Cecil Taylor (3 April 99) Geoff Keezer, Pt 2 (10 April 99)

Sex Mob (17 April 99) Django Bates (24 April 99)

Kenny Wheeler (1 May 99) (1 May 99) Iain Ballamy Food (8 May 99)

Kenny Werner Trio (15 May 99) Steve Swallow (22 May 99)

Mike Westbrook (29 May 99) Denys Baptiste (12 June 99)

Trio AAB (19 June 99) Mark Turner (26 June 99)

Joe Lovano (10 July 99) Mozdzer & Pieronczyk (17 July 99)

Bill Bruford's Earthworks (24 July 99) Poppoo/Republique Electronique (31 July 99)

North Sea 99 Special (14 Aug 99) Olga Konkova (21 Aug 99)

Scofield, Lovano, Foster, Holland (28 Aug 99) Steps Ahead (11 Sept 99)

David S Ware (18 Sept 99) Nils Petter Molvaer/Louis Sclavis (25 Sept 99)

Henri Texier (9 Oct 99) Vaughan Hawthorne-Nelson (16 Oct 99)

Prysm/Das Böse Ding (23 Oct 99) John Abercrombie (30 Oct 99)

Mark Isham (13 Nov 99) Soupsongs - Music of Robert Wyatt (20 Nov 99)

Spirits Rejoice (27 Nov 99) David Murray Tentet (18 Dec 99)

Michael Brecker at Ronnie Scott's (15 Jan 00) The Yuri Honing Trio (22 Jan 00)

Esbjörn Svensson Trio (29 Jan 00) Equal Interest (12 Feb 00)

Bill Frisell and the Willies (19 Feb 00) Francois Houle (26 Feb 00)

Nguyên Lê's Sand Trio (18 Mar 00) Billy Jenkins Suburbia (25 Mar 00)

Don Alias (1 Apr 00) Big Satan (15 Apr 00)

A Night at the Vortex (22 May 00) Bill Frisell (29 Apr 00)

Dresch Quartet & 1 (13 May 00) Burn @Bath, Music Live 2000 (27 May 00)

Francois Corneloup Trio/John Surman (10 June 00) The Brian Irvine Ensemble (17 June 00)

The Mika Mylläri Quintet (24 June 00) Bar Kokhba, Masada - John Zorn (1 July 00)

Kenny Wheeler w/Samuli Mikkonen Trio (15 July 00) David Fiuczynski's Jazz Punk/Cyrille,Dresser,Erlich trio - NYC (22 July 00)

Crispell, Peacock, Motian/Michael Northern Exposure Formek's (29 July 00) Myra Melford Crush/Matthew Shipp String Trio (12 Aug 00)

Incus Night at the Tonic, NYC (19 Aug 00) Andy Sheppard (26 Aug 00)

Steve Swallow 2nd Set at Ronnie Scott's (30 Sept 00) Niels Lan Doky (14 Oct 00)

Hermeto Pascoal live at the Barbican (21 Oct 00) Dave Douglas' Tiny Bell Trio & Charms of the Night Sky (28 Oct 00)

John Surman That's Right (11 Nov 00) Jazz Passengers (18 Nov 00)

Gerrard Presencer's Platypus (25 Nov 00) Avishai Cohen (9 Dec 00)

Supersilent (16 Dec 00) Brad Mehldau at QEH (23 Dec 00)

The Necks (13 Jan 01) Paul Motion Trio (20 Jan 01)

Danilo Perez (27 Jan 01) Dave Liebman (17 Feb 01)

Medeski, Martin & Wood (24 Feb 01) Rare Music Club (10 March 01)

Roswell Rudd & Steve Lacy (17 March 01) Brotzman McPhee-Empty Bottle (24 March 01)

EST (31 March 01) Geri Allen (14 April 01)

John Zorn, Satlah at Cargo (20 April 01) Jonas Hellborg (27 April 01)

Chris Potter from Cheltenham (4 May 01) Alas No Axis (11 May 01)

Joe Lovano at Cheltenham (18 May 01) Peter Erskine from Music Live (25 May 01)

Bill Frisell (8 June 01) Dreamtime (15 June 01)

Jason Lindner (22 June 01) Big Air All Music Special (29 June 01)

Olu Dara (13 July 01) Elvin Jones' Jazz Machine (20 July 01)

Freedom of the City Concert (27 July 01) Bob Berg from Cheltenham (10 Aug 01)

That's Right at Norwich Cathedral (17 Aug 01) Bar Kokbah, Masada, John Zorn (24 Aug 01)

Medeski, Martin & Wood (31 Aug 01) Greg Osby/Mark Turner (14 Sept 01)

Django Bates (21 Sept 01) John Scofield (28 Sept 01)

Big Air Repeat (12 Oct 01) Cyrille Workman Lake Trio 3 (19 Oct 01)

Wallace Roney (26 Oct 01) Branford Marsalis LJF (9 Nov 01)

Satoko Fujii & The Thing LJF (16 Nov 01) Wayne Shorter LJF (23 Nov 01)

Henri Texier Trio (30 Nov 01) Vandermark 5 (7 Dec 01)

Avishai Cohen/Iain Ballamy's Cob (21 Dec 01) Richard Galliano Double Bill (11 Jan 02)

Bojan Z & Steve Slagle (18 Jan 02) David Sanchez (25 Jan 02)

John Taylor and the Creative Jazz (1 Feb 01) Eric Boeren (15 Feb 02)

Uri Caine at the Vortex (8 March 02) Don Byron (15 March 02)

EST - Strange Place for Snow (22 March 02) Joe Lovano (29 March 02)

Henry Threadgill/Louis Sclavis (12 April 02) Peter Brötzmann Tentet - Saalfelden (19 April 02)

Andrew Hill & Dave Douglas (26 April 02) The Hub (10 May 02)

John Surman Quartet (17 May 02) Tim Berne (24 May 02)

Rabih Abou Khalil (31 May 02) Mark Lockheart Scratch Band (14 June 02)

Brian Irvine Ensemble (21 June 02) Kenny Wheeler (28 June 02)

Directions in Music (12 July 02) John Abercrombie (19 July 02)

Bill Frisell Double Bill (26 July 02) Freedom of the City Pt 1 (13 Sept 02)

Freedom of the City Pt 2 (20 Sept 02) Atomic, Kornstad Trio (double bill) (27 Sept 02)

Eric Boeren 4tet (1 Oct 02) Howard Riley & Iain Bellamy (1 Nov 02)

Marty Ehrlich 4tet (8 Nov 02) LJF Live - Chris Bowden, Julien Lourau, Sheila Jordan, William Parker (15 Nov 02)

Tomasz Stanko 4tet (22 Nov 02) Chris Potter 4tet (29 Nov 02)

LJF Adventures in Sound- The Electric Dr M, Evan Parker (13 Dec 02) LJF Adventures in Sound - Evan Parker, Mark Sanders, Rauol Bjorkenheim (20 Dec 02)

The Zawinul Syndicate (10 Jan 03) Buster Williams Trio (17 Jan 03)

Erskine, Taylor & Carpenter (Turnage) (24 Jan 03) Joe Lovano's Viva Caruso (31 Jan 03)

Drew Gess Quartet (14 Feb 03) Steve Williamson (21 Feb 03)

Robert Mitchell's Panacea (28 Feb 03) David Binney Quartet (14 March 03)

The Bad Plus (21 March 03) Wayne Shorter Quartet (28 March 03)

Byron Wallen (11 April 03) Dedication Orchestra (18 April 03)

Der Rote Bereich (25 April 03) Liam Noble Group (9 May 03)

Kenny Wheeler Quartet w/ Mark Feldman (16 May 03) Bath Live - Bojan Z, Kelvin Mckenzie's Vital Signs, Arve Henriksen (23 May 03)

Andrew Hill Big Band (30 May 03) Jan Garbarek (13 June 03)

George Russell and his Living Time Orchestra (20 June 03) Workshop De Lyon- in Memory of Maurice Merle (4 July 03)

Freedom of The City Pt 1: Roland Ramanan Group, Hubbub (11 July 03) Freedom of the City Pt 2: FreeBase (Steve Noble, Marcio Mattos, Alan Wilkinson) Anharad (Davies Susanna Ferrar, Sylvia Hallett, Philip Wachsmann), Lunge (Gail Brand, Mark Sanders, Phil Durrant, Pat Thomas) (18 July 03)

John Scofield (2 May 1998) J - Life (9 May 1998)

Dave Douglas (25 Jul 03) Wayne Shorter Quartet (12 Sept 03)

Conjure at the Barbican (19 Sept 03) J - Life (9 May 1998)

Herbie Hancock and Bobby Hutcherson (26 Sept 03) Joshua Redman's Elastic Band (10 Oct 03)

Sunny Murray at the Vortex (17 Oct 03) Alas No Axis (28 Oct 03)

Ralph Alessi (31 Oct 03) LJF Live with Tim Berne, Soweto Kinch, Joel Harrison, Rabih Abou Khalil (14 Nov 03)

The Esbjorn Svensson Trio LJF (21 Nov 03) Randy Weston (19 Dec 03)

Dave Holland Quintet 9 Jan 04) Ken Vandermark's School Days (16 Jan 04)

Jason Moran Group (30 Jan 04) Ellery Eskelin Concert (13 Feb 04)

Bobby Previte (20 Feb 04) Polar Bear (27 Feb 04)

Fuse Leeds - Matthew Bourne, Django Bates, Gary Husband (5 March 04) Dresch Quartet (19 March 04)

Tomasz Stanko (26 March 04) Evan Parker US Tour (9 April 04)

Phil Robson (16 April 04) Dave Binney Quartet (23 April 04)

Brian Irvine's Montana Strange plus John Tilbury (30 April 04) John Taylor Big Band (14 May 04)

Cassandra Wilson/Nikki Yeoh and Cleveland Watkiss (21 May 04) Bath - EST, Richard Fairhurst, Stimmhorn duo (28 May 04)

Bath - Louis Sclavis (4 June 04) Hermeto Pascoal At the Barbican Centre (11 June 04)

Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter (16 July 04) M Mike Brecker Big Band (23 July 04)

Paul Motian and Joe Lovano Barbican (30 July 04) Wolfgang Muthspiel (17 Sept 04)

Greg Osby (24 Sept 04) John Rae's Magic Feet/John Law (8 Oct 04)

Tom Bancrofts Orchestro Interrupto (15 Oct 04) Chick Corea Akoustic (22 Oct 04)

Chick Corea Elektric (29 Oct 04) LJF - Ravi Coltrane, Jason Lindner, Youngblood Brass band, Orphy Robinson, Mike Ladd and Vijay Iyer (12 Nov 04)

Carla Bley (19 Nov 04) Tony Williams tribute (26 Nov 04)

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J on 3 is the business for sure, they dont get out of London often enough but what a resource. I've got 90% of the sessions broadcast since May 1999 on MD or CD. These are the most played sessions. Great stuff Jez...

Workshop De Lyon- in Memory of Maurice Merle (4 July 03)

Polar Bear (27 Feb 04)

Tom Bancrofts Orchestro Interrupto (15 Oct 04)

Ken Vandermark's School Days (16 Jan 04)

Jason Moran Group (30 Jan 04)

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Thanks for the heads up on these programs. Listening to the Cecil Taylor show while a tie up a few loose ends at work before the holidays.

This, might be a stupid question...but, what the hell, here goes:

What is the best way to record these internet broadcasts?

Thanks!

Alejandro

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  • 3 weeks later...

An interesting/different & very entertaining set this week.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/jazzon3/pip/kbe6a/

Gilad Atzmon

Friday 14 January 2005 23:30-1:00 (Radio 3)

Jez Nelson presents a concert by Israeli saxophonist Gilad Atzmon and his Orient House Ensemble. Mixing jazz and middle eastern elements, Atzmon produces music with a powerful political message. Recorded at last year's London Jazz Festival.

Duration:

1 hour 30 minutes

Playlist

Signature Tune:

Artist Russell Gunn

Title 74 Miles away

Composer Zawinul

Duration 1'07"

Gilad Atzmon

Recorded at Queen Elizabeth Hall, 19th November 2004

Gilad Atzmon - soprano and alto saxophones

Frank Harrison - piano

Yaron Stavi - double bass

Asaf Sirkis - drums

Romano Viazzani - accordion

Dumitru Ovidiu Fratila - violin

Guillermo Rozenthuler - vocals

Artist Gilad Atzmon

Title Joven, Hermosa y Triste

Composer Gilad Atzmon / Guillermo Rozenthuler

Publisher Edition MAWI

Duration 5'50"

Artist Gilad Atzmon

Title Liberating The American People

Composer Gilad Atzmon

Publisher Edition MAWI

Duration 10'55"

Artist Gilad Atzmon

Title Rearranging The Twentieth Century

Composer Gilad Atzmon [with extracts from It Aint' Necessarily So (Gershwin-Gershwin), Roll Out The Barrel (Vejvoda), Mack The Knife (Kurt Weill, words by Robert Wyatt)]

Publisher Edition MAWI

Duration 12'04"

Interview:

Gilad Atzmon talks to Jez Nelson

Artist Gilad Atzmon

Title Ouz

Composer Gilad Atzmon

Publisher Edition MAWI

Duration 11'57"

Artist Gilad Atzmon

Title Georgina and Antonella

Composer Gilad Atzmon

Publisher Edition MAWI

Duration 6'06"

Artist Gilad Atzmon

Title Orient House

Composer Gilad Atzmon

Publisher Edition MAWI

Duration 11'32'

Artist Gilad Atzmon

Title Lili Marleen

Composer Norbert Schultze and Hans Leip

Duration 4'46"

To listen again heres the link

http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio/aod/radio3_aod.shtml?jon3

the set doesnt start for 10 mins.

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What is easytree?

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Look out for the Kenny Wheeler 75th Birthday Concert from London last night, being broadcast on Jazz on 3 on January 28th.

I just got back from the Manchester concert - superb.

How about this for a line-up:

Kenny Wheeler (trumpet, flugelhorn)

Lee Konitz (alto)

Norma Winstone (voice)

Hugh Fraser (conductor, trombone)

John Barclay, Ian Hamer, Henry Lowther, Derek Watkins (trumpets)

Evan Parker, Julian Arguelles, Duncan Lamont, Stan Sulzmann, Ray Warleigh (saxes)

Mark Nightingale, Barnaby Dickinson, Richard Henry, Gordon Campbell (trombones)

John Parricelli (guitar)

Gwilym Simcock Piano)

Dave Holland (bass)

Martin France (drums)

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What is easytree?

http://www.easytree.org/

Easy tree is a site where you can download various shows & hopefully one day I'll be able to work out how to play them once I've downloaded them.

Most of these shows feature lossless compression. You will either need to get a plugin for a player like WinAmp or Foobar, or uncompress the files to create regular .wav

Most shows are in FLAC format, download the installer and have a go.

A few of the shows are in SHN format.

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I have noticed my firewall pops in with dubious messages every now and then when I open a torrent. Plus I update my virus scanner on a daily basis. Anyhow, there is way too much up for download there anyway so I have been turning to the really interesting and otherwise unavailable stuff in good sound only. That leaves not much really.

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I have noticed my firewall pops in with dubious messages every now and then when I open a torrent. Plus I update my virus scanner on a daily basis. Anyhow, there is way too much up for download there anyway so I have been turning to the really interesting and otherwise unavailable stuff in good sound only. That leaves not much really.

I'll stick to the old fashioned snail mail trading. You don't get the instant gratification, but it has served me good the past couple of years.

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Anyone who listens to BBC programmes on the web might like to know that the service will be suspended from 10am on Monday 24 January until approximately 5pm on Tuesday 25 January. They are upgrading the Radio Player.

Don't panic if you try and connect and nothing happens!

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I strongly recommend that Gilad Atzmon concert.

I really enjoyed hearing Atzmon and his Oriental House Ensemble on the BBC site. I made a rough and ready recording of it which I've listened to a few times since. It's playing in the background now. How does this show compare to his CDs? "Exile" is available here in the USA.

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The show was a pretty good indication of what Atzmon sounds like on CD. Most of the broadcast was made up from the most recent 'MusicK' which is excellent but highly polemical. 'Exile', despite its uncompromising political message, has more in the way of improvisation; I'd recommend it as a first point of call.

The earlier 'Orient House Ensemble' and 'Nostalgico' discs are also excellent - straight quartet discs without the exotic instruments more recently added. He does some great twisting of jazz standards like 'Footprints'.

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What is easytree?

**************

Look out for the Kenny Wheeler 75th Birthday Concert from London last night, being broadcast on Jazz on 3 on January 28th.

I just got back from the Manchester concert - superb.

How about this for a line-up:

Kenny Wheeler (trumpet, flugelhorn)

Lee Konitz (alto)

Norma Winstone (voice)

Hugh Fraser (conductor, trombone)

John Barclay, Ian Hamer, Henry Lowther, Derek Watkins (trumpets)

Evan Parker, Julian Arguelles, Duncan Lamont, Stan Sulzmann, Ray Warleigh (saxes)

Mark Nightingale, Barnaby Dickinson, Richard Henry, Gordon Campbell (trombones)

John Parricelli (guitar)

Gwilym Simcock Piano)

Dave Holland (bass)

Martin France (drums)

Interesting writeup in The Times about that QEH gig. The balance was apparently all to pot in the first half with the small group but they sorted it out for the second half. No such problems at the Southampton gig a few days later. Will be interesting to hear how that QEH concert comes out on the Radio 3 broadcast, looking forward to hearing that one.

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Great place. I used to pass through there quite often. Strange vibe as you come by car through the village at night with those giant stones looming over you. :alien:

Great memories indeed of walking the Ridgeway near there and also checking out Wayland's Smithy and Silbury Hill. Reminder to self to get back up there one Sunday.. :)

Must have been heartbreaking to have lived there when they did the original excavations (1920s?) and half of the village was totally destroyed to uncover the stones. Awesome to think that the original extent was considerably larger than what is there now, that it preceded Stonehenge by millenia and also dwarfed it.

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I have vague childhood memories of stopping there for a picnic lunch on the way down to Cornwall (where my father comes from). When I was 17-18 I lived just south of Swindon so it again kept whizzing by on journeys. Later I got to spend longer there under my own steam.

I spent a few hours there last May after the Bath Festival. Went for a walk up onto one of the ridges and then round to West Kennet Longbarrow and Silbury Hill. Very evocative.

Probably a bit too touristy now to actually live in but you don't have to go far to be in the middle of nowhere!

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