Playlist – 28 July 2011

Neil’s back! Following two great shows from Derek, the challenge is on… We started with a classic Emanative track and some neglected Rhodes wizardry from RAD before diving into the electronics and dub of new Loop outfit Ma.

A Keith Jarrett feature celebrating his return to London’s Royal Festival Hall last night included the first recording of the Standards Trio’s take on God Bless the Child, reprised as one of four encores at the RFH.

There was also time for more outer edge stuff from Edward Larry Gordon and Miles Davis and some dubby weirdness from Bugge Wesseltoft guesting with fellow Finns the Mungolian Jet Set. It’s all part of the mix that makes Cosmic Jazz so unique – enjoy…

  1. Emanative feat. Ahu – Turn Your Lights On
  2. RAD – Fela
  3. Ma – We Need Two
  4. Scientist vs Shackleton – Marshes Dub
  5. Mungolian Jet Set – Close Encounters of the Mung Kind/Inexpired Pyro: What Took You So Long?
  6. Arve Henriksen – Migration
  7. Harmonia and Eno – Atmosphere/The Necks – Fatal
  8. Robert Mitchell 3io – Third Stream
  9. Keith Jarrett – The Windup
  10. Keith Jarrett – Silence
  11. Keith Jarrett – God Bless the Child
  12. Edward Larry Gordon – All Pervading
  13. Erik Truffaz – Yay!
  14. Miles Davis (reconstructed by Bill Laswell) – Agharta Dub
  15. Fat Freddy’s Drop – Cay’s Crays

Video this week has to reflect the Keith Jarrett Trio’s performance at the RFH. Here they are with an amazing take on You Don’t Know What Love Is. Breathtaking…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rXDYrNaa3ac&feature=player_detailpage

 

 

3 thoughts on “Playlist – 28 July 2011”

  1. Would love to get the playlist from last night’s KJ performance at the RFH…will it be listed here?

  2. Hi Barbara
    Thanks for the comment – I know that GBtC was played through reading a Jazzwise magazine online review but I can’t track down a playlist myself online. I’ll email someone at Jazzwise and see if there were at the gig! Anything I find out I’ll post on Cosmic Jazz.
    Hope you enjoyed the show.

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