MICHAEL P STRATTON
dreamtrane at sbcglobal.net
Wed Sep 24 11:25:18 EDT 2008
Here's a set list I composed several years before I was posting here:
10/26/03 This week’s show is devoted to Halloween – ten sets of music designed to celebrate fall and the season while also capturing the frights of Halloween…
1) Deliver Us From Hank Williams –
Norah Jones – Cold Cold Heart
Orquestra Was – Forever’s A Long Long Time
Cassandra Wilson – I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry
NOTHING strikes terror into the heart of jazz fans like COUNTRY MUSIC!!!!
Frank Sinatra – Witchcraft
Wayne Shorter – Witch Hunt
NOTHING strikes terror into the heart of men like WITCHES!!!!
3) Bring Me The Head of Jimi Hendrix
Jimi Hendrix – Voodoo Chile Blues
Don Byron – If 6 Was 9
Laurie Anderson – 1983
NOTHING strikes terror into the heart of Republicans like the HEAD OF JIMI HENDRIX!!!!
4) Wicked Funk
James Brown – Doin’ It To Death
Hagans/Belden – Killer Instinct
NOTHING….oh forget it!
5) Darker and Weirder
Rabih Abou-Khalil & The Balaescu Quartet – Dreams of a Dying City
Billie Holiday – Gloomy Sunday
The contrast between Arabic textures and 1930s melodrama is almost nauseating.
Truly horrific. Must be experienced for the full repulsive impact.
6) Texas Chainsaw Saxophone
David Murray – The Hill
Thelonious Monk – Friday the 13th
Okay – they aren’t from Texas. But it’s still spooky, no?
7) Night of the Living Shepp
Archie Shepp – Syeeda’s Song Flute
Mingus Big Band – Devil Woman
Zombies eat my blues….
8) Mars Needs Women
Myth/Science – Love In Outer Space
Sun Ra – Saturn (4)
Set #8 from outer space. Ra, Ra, Rah!!!
9) Actual Voodoo
Azouke Legba – Vodou Le
Islamic Ritual by Master Musicians of Jajouka Leader – Ceremonies Against The Night Of The Devil
The Philadelphia Experiment – Calling All Demons
Miles Davis – Miles Run The Voodoo Down
This set of music might raise the dead. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.
10) Hell & Above…
Marianne Faithfull reads Poe’s – Alone
Robert Johnson – Hellhound On My Trail
Jimmie Scott - Heaven
A note of possible redemption. I promise you the weirdest 3 hours of radio you’ve ever heard this Sunday night.
WLNZ/The Vinyl Side of Midnight
790 W. Lake Lansing Rd.
East Lansing, MI. 48823
--- On Wed, 9/24/08, Hudson, B.H. <bhhudson at NCCU.EDU> wrote:
> From: Hudson, B.H. <bhhudson at NCCU.EDU>
> Subject: [JPL] Halloween
> To: "jazzproglist at jazzweek.com" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
> Date: Wednesday, September 24, 2008, 10:51 AM
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> ok gang, how about a list of great Halloween jazz and blues
> tracks we can use? any ideas? here's a couple.
> Don't Get Scared- Jon Hendricks
> I Put a Spell on You- Screamin' Jay Hawkins
> Voodoo Child-Jimi Hendrix
> BH Hudson
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