Medeski Martin & Wood
United Islands of Prague, Zofin Island, Slovansky Ostrov, Prague, Czechoslovakia
June 20/2006 (Tuesday)
Source: SBD->Sony Mini Disc->CoolEditPro 2.1->CD Wave Editor->Flac
- One Set -
01. [12:59] - Tootie Ma Is A Big Fine Thing >
02. [16:49] - Open Improv > Afrique [@2:55]
03. [15:27] - Curtis > Open Improv [@12:50] >
04. [11:04] - The Dropper
05. [08:32] - Nocturne*
01. [08:27] - What'd I Say (cuts in)
- Encore -
02. [04:19] - Bass Solo >
03. [09:48] - Is There Anybody Here That Love My Jesus
04. [00:57] - 'PA music'
* @8:17 = silence at end of track, but no music is missing
Medeski Martin & Wood
"Martin, Medeski and Wood, Branching Out "- World Cafe from WXPN
RECORDED in studio: April 24/2006 (Friday)+
[BROADCAST captured: November 23/2006 (Thursday)]+
Source: Unknown (presumably webcast)
TRACK A (one long track)
[00:00-02:43] - 'Interview'
[02:43-08:19] - What'd I Say
[08:19-15:01] - 'Interview'
[15:01-23:29] - Waking Up (aka The Squalb)
[23:29-23:58] - 'Announcer'
TRACK B - Bonus Audio
[08:09] - New New Orleans
+ the FILLER files are dated "2006-04-24"; the textfile had the Nov 23/2006 date noted for the filler, presumably meaning when the taper recorded the broadcast; the NPR site list "April 28, 2006", which must be when they originally aired the recording BUT NOT when the show was recorded in the studio -- we have noted that Medeski was playing with Garage à Medeski in New Orleans while Chris was in New Hampture playing with his brother on this date. So, I have noted that the recording on World Cafe happened on April 24/2006 as per the filenames -- please correct me if this is wrong.
See these links in reference to my note above:
- dug (Jan 2014)
Miha "the Phee"
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