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Tonight on The Other Side from 8 to 10pm - “Nels Cline - A Musical Chameleon”

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Tonight on The Other Side  from 8 to 10pm

Nels Cline - A Musical Chameleon

Guitarist and composer Nels Cline has been part of the jazz and experimental improvisation scene in Los Angeles for decades, contributing as well to rock bands including Bloc and The Geraldine Fibbers. Leading his own eclectic groups and working as a valuable sideman in numerous others, he's appeared on more than 70 albums, developing a signature sound that in 2004 led him to join and transform the alternative country band Wilco. Guest host Mark Leviton will sample from the wide-ranging history of this astonishing musical chameleon.

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Playlist from this show:

The Other Side (Music) with Mark Leviton 03/20/2012 08:00PM to 10:00PM

08:05PM-08:13PM (8:00) Nels Cline Trio “Peacemaker” from The Music of Eric Von Essen Vol. I on Cryptogramophone

08:13PM-08:17PM (4:00) Nels Cline Trio “A Sudden Interest” from Ground on Krown Pocket

08:17PM-08:25PM (8:00) Nels Cline Trio “Anthony” from Sad on Little Brother

08:25PM-08:33PM (8:00) Nels Cline Trio “Beardism - Call Crouch” from Chest on Little Brother

08:33PM-08:41PM (8:00) Destroy All Nels Cline “The Ringing Hand” from Destroy All Nels Cline on Atavistic

08:41PM-08:48PM (7:00) Nels Cline “New Old Hat” from The Inkling on Cryptogramophone

08:48PM-08:57PM (9:00) Nels Cline Singers “A Mug Like Mine” from Instrumentals on Cryptogramophone

09:01PM-09:07PM (6:00) Nels Cline “Spider Wisdom” from The Inkling on Cryptogramophone

09:07PM-09:12PM (5:00) Nels Cline “Prayer Wheel” from Coward on Cryptogramophone

09:12PM-09:22PM (10:00) Nels Cline “Reconciliation / New Monastery” from New Monastery - A View Into the Music of Andrew Hill onCryptogramophone

09:22PM-09:28PM (6:00) Nels Cline “Dirty Baby, Pt. VI” from Dirty Baby (Jazz, 2010) on Cryptogramophone

09:28PM-09:35PM (7:00) Nels Cline “Thurston County” from Coward on Cryptogramophone

09:35PM-09:37PM (2:00) Nels Cline “Don't Threaten Me With Your Threats” from Dirty Baby (Jazz, 2010) on Cryptogramophone

09:37PM-09:42PM (5:00) The Nels Cline Singers “Floored” from Initiate (CD, Album, Jazz, 2010) on Cryptogramophone

09:42PM-09:45PM (3:00) Nels Cline Singers “You Noticed” from Initiate (MP3, Album, Private, 2010) on Cryptogramophone

09:45PM-09:48PM (3:00) Nels Cline “Be Cautious Else We Be Bangin' On You” from Dirty Baby (Jazz, 2010) on Cryptogramophone

09:48PM-09:56PM (8:00) Jeff Gauthier Goatette “40 Lashes (With Mascara)” composed by Ornette Coleman from Open Source (CD, Album, Jazz, 2002) on Cryptogramophone

 

 

 

THE OTHER SIDE - UPCOMING SHOWS - 2012

ShowMarker March 20: 8pm - 10pm
“Nels Cline - A Musical Chameleon”
Guitarist and composer Nels Cline has been part of the jazz and experimental improvisation scene in Los Angeles for decades, contributing as well to rock bands including Bloc and The Geraldine Fibbers. Leading his own eclectic groups and working as a valuable sideman in numerous others, he's appeared on more than 70 albums, developing a signature sound that in 2004 led him to join and transform the alternative country band Wilco. Guest host Mark Leviton will sample from the wide-ranging history of this astonishing musical chameleon.

ShowMarker March 27th 8-10pm
"Sometimes A Saint & Sometimes A Sinner"

From the moonlit debauchery to the kneel down and pray. Or perhaps from the raunchy excess to the Glory Glory Halla-Lu-Yahs. Well, we have all struggled with this moral pendulum at some point or another in our lives. Join guest host Tenali as he swings back and forth through these worlds with the help of the good ol´ roots and blues music from yonder. (including artists such as Washington Phillips, Memphis Jug Band, Butterbeans & Susie, & lots more!)

ShowMarker April 3: 8pm - 10pm
“Amon Düül Part 1”
Amon Düül began in 1967 as a radical political art commune of Munich-based artists calling themselves, in part, after the Egyptian Sun God Amon. At the time of the conception they were a German political art commune formed out of the student movement of the 1960s which became well known for its free form musical improvisations. This spawned two rock groups, Amon Düül (sometimes referred to as Amon Düül I) and the more famous Amon Düül II. Join guest host Mark Leviton as he gives you a deep look in Part 1 of this other world of music & art.