[PW] Fw: Friday's "Forgotten" Books and More: 26 July 2019 and Underappreciated Music: June/July 2019, part 2

Todd Mason foxbrick at yahoo.com
Sun Jul 28 19:54:53 PDT 2019


 
 Bill Wallace: Weird Tales, February 1926, edited by Farnsworth Wright

June/July Underappreciated Music:
https://socialistjazz.blogspot.com/2019/07/underappreciated-music-for-june-and.html

Patti Abbott: Billy Elliot, The Musical, Stratford 2019; Gigi, the Original Soundtrack

Brian Arnold: Batman score by Prince Rogers Nelson

Jayme Lynn Blaschke: Friday Night Videos 

Paul D. Brazill: Elizabeth Everts; Amy Winehouse: "Tears Dry on Their Own"

James T. Cameron: Don Carn and the West Coast Organ Band: Free For All and "Little B's Poem"; Hammond Heroes: '60s R&B Organ Grooves; Long John Baldry with the Beatles, et al.: "I Got My Mojo Workin'"

Alice Chang: Nobuo Uematsu: Final Fantasy X score

Sean Coleman: Joe Robinson in concert; Jimmy Page: Outrider; Wings: Back to the Egg 

Jeff Gemmill: Top 5s; Bruce Springsteen/E Street Band: Live in Philadelphia, 24 September 1999 and 20 Sep 99; Natalie Merchant: Live in Concert, New York City, June 13, 1999; Bruce Robison and Kelly Willis: Beautiful Lie; Bruce Springsteen: Western Stars

Michael A. Gonzales: Benny Carter (soundtrack): "Harlem Wednesday"

Dana Gould: Los Angeles (and West Coast) punk rock, and the Beach Boys and their lovely parents 

Keiko Hassler: The Philadelphia Orchestra & the Mormon Tabernacle Choir: "Awake the Trumpet's Lofty Sound" (from Samson; G. F. Handel)

Jerry House: Harry Belafonte; Will Holt and Martha Schlamme: A Kurt Weill Cabaret; L'Orchestra Cinematique: "If I Had a Heart"; Music from the Past; Hymn Time 

Jackie Kashian: Lydia Popovich on Dolly Parton; Jeffrey Baldinger on the Beatles; Ebony Jones on Beyonce Knowles

George Kelley: The Beach Boys: 20 Good Vibrations; Brian Eno: "An Ending"; Anthony Tommasini: The Indispensible Composers; Pavarotti; 25 Greatest All Time Summer Songs: The Ultimate Collection; Bruce Springsteen: Western Stars 

Tom Kraemer: Joni Mitchell: "Refuge of the Roads"

Kate Laity: Belle and Sebastian: "Funny Little Frog"; The Left Banke: "Walk Away, Renee"'; Johnny Cash: "The Green, Green Grass of Home"

April Landrum: Moonchild: "Too Much to Ask"; Teena Marie: "Where's California?"

Steve and Jonathan Lewis and Michael Shonk: Music I'm Listening To 

Barry Malzberg: Bathtubs over Broadway

Todd Mason: Newish Sounds in Third Stream and Related Music: Saturday Music Club

Aimee Mann & Ted Leo: Ian MacKaye; Jean Grae

Joe Megalos: Sasami: Live on KEXP

Laura Nakatsuka: Mark Bailey: "Blessed is the Man"; Cantors of the Holy Cross Chapel at Hellenic College Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology: "Lord of the Powers"

Andrew Orley: João Gilberto: "Holanda" ("Wave")

Natasha Padilla: Death: Individual Thought Patterns and Scream Bloody Gore; Afiliando Los Cuchillos 

Lawrence Person: Shoegazer Sunday

Charlie Ricci: Magnificent Desolation--Music for the Moon; Michelle Shocked: Short Sharp Shocked; James Hunter: People Gonna Talk; Natalie Cole: Unforgettable...with Love; Alfred E. Neuman: "It's a Gas"; Music in 2019 

Nancy Ryan: New Originals, in concert, 2016 

Andrew Sherman: Pink Floyd: "Moonhead"

Donna Wilson: Jawbox: "Footbinder"

Lyrics and Legends, pr0duced by WHYY, Philadelphia in 1963 with the University of Pennsylvania and the American Folklore Society for the National Educational Television (NET) network.

Some more songs for the Mooning:
Samuel Hoffman: Music Out of the Moon 
Dinah Washington: "Destination Moon"
Gil Scott-Heron: "Whitey on the Moon"
George Russell Orchestra featuring Bill Evans: "Waltz from Outer Space"
Brubeck, Desmond, Morello and Wright: "Back to Earth"
--Todd Mason  https://socialistjazz.blogspot.com/2019/07/newish-sounds-in-third-stream-and.html  
https://socialistjazz.blogspot.com/2019/07/ffb-classic-tomorrows-crimes-by-donald.html  
https://socialistjazz.blogspot.com/2019/07/195758national-educational-television.html  
https://socialistjazz.blogspot.com/2019/07/fridays-forgotten-books-and-more-links_19.html





  


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