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Sunday, May 07, 2006

Last Week's Anti Tony Mowad/Anti VH1 Soul Jazz Show

April 30

This show, about 2 and a half hours long if you listen to everything (hey, no commercials), features two very rare performances by Mahavishnu Orchestra. There's an excellent chance that you won't see any of these songs on VH1 Classic, VH1 Soul, MTV Hits, or BET on J. It's a nice mix of old and new. So enjoy. This is the second installment of the Anti Lawrence Welk/Anti VH1 Soul Jazz show. And, quite frankly, it features better performances, song writing and outright talent than you will ever see on those aforementioned stations.

Nina Simone's "Feelin' Good"

Nikka Costa "Suger in My Bowl"

Cowboy Bebop Theme

Cowboy Bebop Theme Live (Female Composer)

Mahavishnu Orchestra "You Know You Know"

Joni Mitchell and Jaco Pastorius "Pork Pie Hat"

"Africa" by obscure tapping Genius Brazilian Guy"Pyramids"

Sun Ra (video not great, but that gorgeous song. You will be transported to another world...)

Telepopmusick (If you like Portishead...)

Jaga Jazzist's "Oslo Skyline"

Well Directed video. So well directed and frenetic that you're not immediately made aware that its about sex...

Mr Scruff's "Honeydew"

French "Bonoboo" I don't understand French but I think I know what he's saying

"Beautiful Lili" Tim Hagens

"Swing Shift" Cinderella by Legendary Cartoonist Tex Avery

Royal Crown ReviewGo Team

"Lady flash"Classic Aretha

Dave's True Story New Video (Okay, only video)

Portishead "All Mine"

"Naima" John Coltrane

Stina (She rips off Horace Silver's "Song for my Father", just as Steely Dan did with "Rikki Don't Lose that Number")"

Zoot Allures" Frank Zappa

Remixed Bjork

Louis Jordan "Honey Chile"

D angelo "Chicken Grease"

Pick Two from Carlos Santana. Either "Samba Pa Ti" or Europa with the Playboy Models

Mahavishnu Orchestra "Lotus on Irish Streams". I think this is one of the most beautiful jazz performances that I have ever seen. It's a good ending for this weekend's show. Real music. Real musicians.

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