Out to Lunch playlist for 10/19/2010

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Hambone; Los Olvidados
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Gemini, Horizon, Turbulence
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November Cotton Flower; Sunshine Road; Africa
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La Sorella; Fortunato; Why Not?; Homecoming
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QBIC; Porto Novo
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Hurry Sundown; Since I Fell For You; Black and Tan Fantasy; Don't Take Your Love Away from Me; I Can't Get Started; Monk's Mood, Epistrophy
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Capricorn Moon
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512 e 12; The Visitor
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Gesprächsfetzen ; Exhibit A
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Dance No. 1; Exhibit B; The Sound of a Song; Malipieros Midnight Theatre; Il ne chant pas; Dance No. 2;
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Afternoon of a Georgia Faun; Djinji's Corner
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Part I; Part II
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Centering; Njung-Lumumba Malcolm; And Then They Danced; Rhythmus #1
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Soundways; Soundways Part 2
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November Cotton Flower; La Placita
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Sweet Earth Flying
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Ascension (Part I and Part II)
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Solo #1, Solo #2, Solo #3 (La Placita?); Add Jodi Braxton
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unknown tracks
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unknown tracks
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The Girl from Ipanema
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Don't Take Your Love From Me; Angel Eyes; 'Round Midnight; I Can't Get Started; After The Rain
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Once upon a time (A children's tale); Karintha; Buttermilk bottom
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Sunshine Road; Soul Eyes; Body and Soul; Africa; Goodbye Pork Pie Hat; Blue Monk
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La Placita, Fortunato, Sunny Moon for Two; Bosco; I'm Sorry; Soft Winds
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Blue Monk; A cause de Monk; To the golden lady in her Graham cracker window; Contemplation; Hurry sundown; A flower is a lovesome thing
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Maimoun; Visions; Vista; Moment of Truth; Bismillahi 'Rrahmani 'Rrahim; Djinji
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Hurry Sundown; Angel Eyes El Bochincher And Then They Danced; La Placita; Encore
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Bismillahi 'Rrahman 'Rrahim
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New Blue; Fortunato; The Shadow Knows; Spooks; West India; Delicado
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Marion Brown Memorial Broadcast 8:00am Tuesday Oct. 19 through 9:30am Wednesday Oct. 20 Alto-saxophonist Marion Brown passed away on Monday, October 18, 2010 at the age of 79. One of the most radical but romantic of free improvisers, Marion Brown was an under-sung hero of the jazz avant-garde. Hailing from Atlanta, Brown arrived in New York in 1962. In 1965, Marion Brown made his recording debut on Archie Shepp’s album Fire Music, his debut as leader, and appeared on John Coltrane’s essential album, Ascension. In the late 1960s, Brown went abroad and began a fruitful working relationship with Gunter Hampel, which continued throughout the 70s and into the 80s. In 1970, he returned to United States and began his association with Wadada Leo Smith, which gave rise to the ideas and concepts behind some of his most groundbreaking work for ECM and ABC Impulse. In 1976, Brown earned his Master’s degree from Wesleyan University in ethnomusicology. Brown was a published author and visual artist and a professor at Bowdoin College, Amherst College, Wesleyan University, Brandeis University, and Colby College.

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