SEEN/HEARD: Playlist, 1/15-21/18


Here’s what we’ve been watching/listening to during the past week:

“Stone” (2010)
“Certain Women” (2016)
“Life” (2017)
“Torment” (1944)

The Roches: The Roches (Warner Bros., 1979)
The Roches: Nurds (Warner Bros., 1980)
Ned Hill: Six Feet Above Ground (Ned Hill, 2018)
Catherine Wheel: Adam & Eve (Mercury, 1997)
The Roches: Keep on Doing (Warner Bros., 1982)
Bremen Philharmonic Orchestra: Rolf Liebermann: Orchestral & Vocal Works (Naxos, 2002)
Various artists: Paul Lansky: Etudes and Parodies (Bridge, 2007)
John Tilbury: Skempton: Well, well, Cornelius (Sony Music, 1996)
Chicago Symphony Orchestra: Smetana: Ma Vlast (Mercury, 1996)

London Symphony Orchestra & Chorus: Stravinsky: Symphony of Psalms… (Sony Classical, 1993)
Israel Philharmonic Orchestra & Midori: Sibelius: Violin Concerto (Sony Classical, 1994)
Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin: Silvestrov: Symphony No. 5 (Sony Classical, 1996)
The Pernice Brothers: Goodbye, Killer (Ashmont, 2010)
Eels: Beautiful Freak (SKG, 1996)
Maggie & Terre Roche: Seductive Reasoning (Columbia, 1975)
James Carter: Present Tense (EmArcy, 2008)
Hiromi: Spiral (Telarc, 2005)
The Low Anthem: The Salt Doll Went to Measure the Depth of the Sea (Joyful Noise, 2018)
Neil Finn: Out of Silence (Lester, 2017)
First Aid Kit: Ruins (Columbia, 2018)
Mingus Big Band: Tonight at Noon: Three or Four Shades of Love (Dreyfus Jazz, 2001)
The Sacrifice Poles: The Sacrifice Poles (Robodog, 2000)

1 Comment
  1. J Hunter says

    That first lp by the Roches is absolutely perfect — beautiful performances perfectly captured (and, occasionally, augmented) by producer Robert Fripp.

    A friend of mine takes a weekly trip to Boston on Amtrak to her job as an adjunct professor. Occasionally she comments/complains about the trip on FB. The last time she did, I posted a video on the thread of the Roches playing “The Train”. 😉

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