Darkling Eclectica Playlists

Archives

June 2008   July 2008   August 2008   September 2008   October 2008   November 2008   December 2008   January 2009   February 2009   March 2009   April 2009   May 2009   June 2009   July 2009   August 2009   September 2009   October 2009   November 2009   December 2009   January 2010   February 2010   March 2010   April 2010   May 2010   June 2010   July 2010   August 2010   September 2010   October 2010   November 2010   December 2010   January 2011   February 2011   March 2011   April 2011   May 2011   June 2011   July 2011   August 2011   September 2011   October 2011   November 2011   December 2011   January 2012   February 2012   March 2012   April 2012   May 2012   June 2012   July 2012   August 2012   September 2012   October 2012   November 2012   December 2012   January 2013   February 2013   March 2013   April 2013   May 2013   June 2013   July 2013   August 2013   September 2013   October 2013   November 2013   December 2013   January 2014   February 2014   March 2014   April 2014   May 2014   June 2014   July 2014   August 2014   September 2014   October 2014   November 2014   December 2014   January 2015   February 2015   March 2015   April 2015   May 2015   June 2015   July 2015   August 2015   September 2015   October 2015   November 2015   December 2015   January 2016   February 2016   March 2016   April 2016   May 2016   June 2016   July 2016   August 2016   September 2016   October 2016   November 2016   December 2016   January 2017   February 2017   March 2017   April 2017   May 2017   June 2017   July 2017   August 2017   September 2017   October 2017  

Sunday, August 17, 2014

 

Darkling Eclectica, Episode 1585

Wrapping up:

Roger Zelazny's Doorways in the Sand this week. I actually had occasion to meet the author many years ago when we rode with a group of other writers and assorted artistic types in the back of a pick-up truck through the streets of Los Angeles...

Mike

Darkling Eclectica, the         Episode 1585           Sun., August 17, 2014            4PM to 6PM

Artist                        Title                      Album                        Genre   New?
John McCutcheon               Hangman's Reel/Campbell's
                                Farewell to Red Gap      Wind That Shakes the Barley  Folk
Octobop                       Jeru                       Night Lights                 Jazz
Poverty Line Old Time Band    My Little Darling          Poverty Line Old Time Band   Folk
/
Duke Ellington & his Orch.    Jazz Convulsions           Best of Early Ellington      Jazz
Effra Parade                  On My Way                  The Melodic                  Folk
Arturo O'Farrill & the Afro
  Latin Jazz Orchestra        Alma Vacia                 The Offense of the Drum      Jazz      XX
/
Heitor Villa-Lobos            Choros No.4                Choroi                       Classical
Roger Zelazny; M Payne        Doorways in the Sand,
                                Part 12                  read live                    Spoken
/
Tom Lellis                    Keeper of the Flame        Southern Exposure            Jazz
Tony Trischka                 Triceratops                A Robot Plane Flies Over
                                                           Arkansas                   Folk
John Kirby & his Onyx Club
  Boys                        Rehearsin' for a Nervous
                                Breakdown                52nd Street Swing            Jazz
/
Curtis McMurtry               Ghost in My Bed            Respectable Enemy            Folk      XX
Shelly Manne & his Men w/
  Jack Sheldon                Get Me to the Church on
                                Time                     My Fair Lady                 Jazz
Plainsong                     Evening Sun                Dark Side of the Room        Folk
/
Artie Shaw & his Gramercy 5   Dr. Livingstone, I 
                                Presume                  Complete Sessions            Jazz
Barry & Holly Tashian         Wall Around My Heart       Straw into Gold              Country
Maria Kalaniemi & Aldergaz    Ahma                       Ahma                         World
/
David Grisman Quintet         Thailand                   Quintet '80                  Jazz
The Mills Brothers            Strawberry Fair            Chronological, vol.6         Jazz
The Mills Brothers            I Guess I'll Get the 
                                Papers & Go Home         Souvenir Album               Jazz

Comments: Post a Comment

Subscribe to Post Comments [Atom]





<< Home

June 2008   July 2008   August 2008   September 2008   October 2008   November 2008   December 2008   January 2009   February 2009   March 2009   April 2009   May 2009   June 2009   July 2009   August 2009   September 2009   October 2009   November 2009   December 2009   January 2010   February 2010   March 2010   April 2010   May 2010   June 2010   July 2010   August 2010   September 2010   October 2010   November 2010   December 2010   January 2011   February 2011   March 2011   April 2011   May 2011   June 2011   July 2011   August 2011   September 2011   October 2011   November 2011   December 2011   January 2012   February 2012   March 2012   April 2012   May 2012   June 2012   July 2012   August 2012   September 2012   October 2012   November 2012   December 2012   January 2013   February 2013   March 2013   April 2013   May 2013   June 2013   July 2013   August 2013   September 2013   October 2013   November 2013   December 2013   January 2014   February 2014   March 2014   April 2014   May 2014   June 2014   July 2014   August 2014   September 2014   October 2014   November 2014   December 2014   January 2015   February 2015   March 2015   April 2015   May 2015   June 2015   July 2015   August 2015   September 2015   October 2015   November 2015   December 2015   January 2016   February 2016   March 2016   April 2016   May 2016   June 2016   July 2016   August 2016   September 2016   October 2016   November 2016   December 2016   January 2017   February 2017   March 2017   April 2017   May 2017   June 2017   July 2017   August 2017   September 2017   October 2017  

This page is powered by Blogger. Isn't yours?

Subscribe to Posts [Atom]