放送日： 2015年 4月18日（土）
放送時間： 午前7:20〜午前 9:00（100分）
THIS WEEK'S PLAYLIST
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01. The Whole Of The Moon /The Waterboys // The Best Of The Waterboys `81-’90
02. Nearest Thing To Hip / The Waterboys // Modern Blues
07. Small Town Talk / Boz Scaggs // A Fool To Care
08. Talk To Me, Talk To Me / Boz Scaggs // A Fool To Care
10. Love Me Tender / Percy Sledge // The Ultimate Collection: When A Man Loves A Woman
11. When A Man Loves A Woman /Percy Sledge // The Ultimate Collection: When A Man Loves A Woman
12. The Dark End Of The Street /Percy Sledge // The Ultimate Collection: When A Man Loves A Woman
放送日： 2015年 4月18日（土）
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Another Country with Ricky Ross
Ricky Ross enters the landscape of Americana and alternative country. Expect to hear both classic and future classics, with Ricky taking a close look at the stories behind the songs
Jackson Browne and an Asylum Records Special
Tue 14 Apr 2015
Jackson Browne began making music in the 1960s. He played a big part in the Laurel Canyon Californian music scene of the 70s with the Eagles, Linda Ronstadt and The Byrds all recording his songs. His solo albums and songs continue to provide the soundtrack to our lives.
In this special programme Ricky Ross meets Jackson, explores his songbook and the stories behind his classic songs. He describes working with Stephen Stills, Lowell George from Little Feat, David Crosby and Gram Parsons.
Ricky also plays some of the landmark Country and Americana recordings released through Asylum Records in the 1970s, the label that also signed Jackson Browne.
01. Full Circle
02. Crying In My Sleep
James Layne “Jimmy” Webb
04. Blowin' In The Wind
05. Faithless Love
06. New Kid In Town
07. The Tattler
08. Ol '55
09. Jesus Was A Cross Maker
11. Life's Greatest Fool
12. Running On Empty
13. Rock Me On The Water
14. Something Fine
15. Your Bright Baby Blues
16. These Days
17. Ready Or Not
18. Late For The Sky
19. The Birds Of St Marks
20. The Pretender
21. Sky, Blue And Black
Sat 18 Apr 2015
BBC Radio 3
Alyn Shipton plays listeners' requests including music by George Melly with Mick Mulligan's Jazz Band and Soprano Summit, featuring Kenny Davern and Bob Wilber. This week's relaxed mainstream selection features the Vic Dickenson Septet.
01. Look Out
Performer: George Tucker, Al Harewood, Horace Parlan, Stanley Turrentine
Blue Note, Tr.1
02. Hassan's Dream
Walsall Jazz Orchestra
Performer: Tim Amann, Anne Tinsley, Karen Blakemore, Sue Hughes, Kaye McIntosh, Nick Solley, Jamie Wilkin, Adam Gilchrist, Richard Sandford, Jo Walter, Martin Shaw, Henzie Miller, Matt Sharpe, Penny Walker, Paul Bennett, Paul Slater, Helen Miller, Carl Hemmingsley, Sam Rogers
Performer: Jacky Samson, Charles Saudrais
Bird of Paradise
Blue Cat, Tr.9
04. Drop That Sack
Performer: Johnny St. Cyr, Kid Ory, Johnny Dodds, Lil Hardin
Cornet Chop Suey: Integrale Vol 3
George Melly with Mick Mulligan
Performer: Neville Skrimshire, Terry Forster, Ian Christie, Ronnie Duff, Pete Appleby, Mick Mulligan, George Melly
06. Old Fashioned Love
Performer: Ruby Braff, Jo Jones, Steve Jordan, Walter Page, Ed Hall, Shad Collins, Vic Dickenson, Sir Charles Thompson
Vic Dickenson Septet
07. Panama Rag
Performer: Monty Budwig, Marty Grosz, Bob Wilber, Jake Hanna, Kenny Davern
LIVE AT CONCORD '77
CONCORD JAZZ, Tr.3
08. I've Never Been In Love Before
Blue Note, Tr.3
09. Gymnopedie No.1 Var 1
Performer: Benoit Dunoyer de Ségonzac, André Arpino, Jacques Loussier
Music of Satie
10. The People Tree
Performer: Steve Main, Malcolm Creese, Matt Home, Matt Waters, Leyton Greening, Martin Shaw
Audio B, Tr.11
Geoffrey Smith's Jazz
Geoffrey Smith's Jazz does exactly what it says on the tin: a weekly programme in which Geoffrey Smith shares his love of jazz, through an exploration of its great writers, singers and players, as told from his own individual perspective.
Each programme take us through his personally-selected playlist of tracks. It's loosely-themed; maybe a great artist, a jazz style or something more off-the-wall. But that serves as just the start of a fascinating journey to the heart of the music Geoffrey is so passionate about.
Sun 19 Apr 2015
BBC Radio 3
Still going strong at 87, altoist Lee Konitz came to fame with Miles Davis and Stan Kenton and has remained a global star renowned for his lucid, probing style. Geoffrey Smith salutes a legend of contemporary cool.
01. Subconcious Lee
Lennie Tristano Quintet
02. Yardbird Suite
Performer: Red Rodney, Claude Thornhill, Lee Konitz
Claude Thornhill and His Orchestra: 1946-47 Vol 2
Hep Records, Tr.21
Birth of the Cool
CAPITOL JAZZ, Tr.1
04. Lover Man
Performer: Don Dennis, Conte Candoli, George Roberts, Buddy Childers, Sal Salvador, Vinnie Dean, Frank Rosolino, Richie Kamuca, Maynard Ferguson, Stan Kenton, Keith Moon, Ruben McFall, Stan Levey, Bob Gioga, Bill Holman, Don Bagley, Lee Konitz, Bob Burgess, William Russo
CAPITOL JAZZ, Tr.14
05. Too Marvellous For Words
06. I Remember You
07. Blues For Bird
Charlie Parker 10th Memorial Concert
08. Struttin' With Some Barbecue
Marshall Brown & Lee Konitz
The Lee Konitz Duets
09. Dearth of a Nation
Performer: Jimmy Knepper, Harold Danko, John Eckert, Tom Harrell, Sam Burtis, Buster Williams, Billy Hart, Ronnie Cuber
Yes Yes Nonet
10. Figure And Spirit
Lee Konitz Quintet
Figure and Spirit
11. Lullaby Of Birdland
Live at Birdland
Guests from all walks of life discuss their musical loves and hates.
20th Anniversary Programme
Sun 19 Apr 2015
BBC Radio 3
"As a composer I've always been intrigued by the way people who are not professional musicians talk about music and how they tend to reveal things about themselves when they do. And so twenty years ago, when Radio 3 was looking for a new programme in which a huge variety of people talked about their passion for music, I felt very excited about the possibilities. Over twenty years we've had a wonderful selection of guests. One unforgettable guest was the philosopher Isaiah Berlin, and I was astonished by his childhood memory: of actually watching the Russian Revolution at the age of 8 on a balcony in St Petersburg. He revealed that for him Bach was like 'daily bread', and chose the 5th Brandenburg Concerto.
"Music connects us with what really matters, beyond the daily busyness of our lives; through music we plunge beneath the surface, and often find ourselves at earliest childhood memories. So, for instance, the poet laureate Carol Ann Duffy remembers the unexpected arrival at home of a piano, and how she learned to play Chopin to placate her mother when they'd had a row.
"Music often gives us an unparalleled insight into the creative process. I was very fortunate to spend quite a bit of time with the artist David Hockney, both in his studio in London and in Los Angeles, and he gave a fascinating interview back in 1995 about his approach to designing for opera, and his passion for Wagner. One of the most memorable conversations over the last 20 years was with the neurologist Oliver Sacks. We talked about something which has always intrigued me, why we enjoy particularly sad music, and the link between music and depression. He reveals how a Schubert song helped him after the death of his mother.
"But sometimes guests have surprised me with music choices that are - well weird. We don't censor them though..."
Other speakers in the programme include: John Peel; Dame Edna Everage; Maggi Hambling; Sam Taylor-Johnson; Anoushka Shankar; George Steiner; Marina Lewycka, and Joan Armatrading. With Bach, Chopin, Wagner, Bruch, Russian folk music, Tavener, Edith Piaf, and the Coronation Street Theme tune.
To mark the 20th anniversary of Private Passions, there will a be collection of new podcasts available.
Produced by Elizabeth Burke
A Loftus Production for BBC Radio 3
Two Decades of Private Passions
Brandenburg Concerto No.5 in D, BWV1050
Orchestra: Orchestre de l'Ecole Normale de Paris. Conductor: Alfred Cortot.
Etude in E, Op.10 no.3
Performer: Maurizio Pollini.
Performer: Kanai Dutta. Performer: Ravi Shankar. Performer: Nodu C. Mullick.
Nymphs and Shepherds
Tristan und Isolde (Prelude)
Conductor: Wilhelm Furtwängler. Orchestra: Philharmonia Orchestra.
Cherniy Voron (Black Raven)
Singer: Stella Zubkova.
Franz Peter Schubert
Der Muller und der Bach (Die Schone Mullerin)
Performer: Gerald Moore. Singer: Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau.
Coronation Street - Theme
The Protecting Veil
Performer: Steven Isserlis. Orchestra: London Symphony Orchestra.
Violin Concerto no.1 in G minor (2nd mvt: Adagio)
Performer: Kyung-wha Chung. Conductor: Rudolf Kempe. Orchestra: Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
Franz Peter Schubert
Piano Sonata in A, D959 (2nd mvt)
Performer: Alfred Brendel.
David Rose & His Orchestra
Words and Music
A sequence of music interspersed with well-loved and less familiar poems and prose read by leading actors
Sun 19 Apr 2015
BBC Radio 3
Readings and pieces inspired by some of fiction's greatest detectives, including Sam Spade, Philip Marlowe and Inspector Morse
Extracts - from noir classics, Charles Dickens and Sara Paretsky - read by Hayley Atwell and Mark Strong.
Words and Music Police Department – Homicide Division
Prelude: Chet Baker introduces tough private eye Sam Spade, the hero of Dashiell Hammett’s The Maltese Falcon. Made iconically famous by Humphrey Bogart in John Huston’s 1941 film noir adaptation, Adolph Deutsch’s soundtrack for the movie deftly evokes a dark and dirty San Francisco peopled by thugs, hoods and femmes fatales.
The Murder: Agatha Christie’s Murder at the Vicarage introduced veteran amateur sleuth Miss Marple to the world of crime fiction; then, with the slain victim’s body still warm, V. I. Warshawski takes up the case: Sara Paretsky’s sassy PI not only hunting the murderer but also dodging an attempt on her own life. Charles Mingus and Dave Drubeck provide the jazzy backdrop, be it a thrilling chase or a haunting reflection on life and death.
Deduction: After a boozy interlude (courtesy of Hammett’s cocktail-guzzling Thin Man, Nick Charles) Edgar Allan Poe’s Auguste Dupin attributes The Murders in the Rue Morgue to, of all things, an escaped orang-utan. His assistant’s gathering horror is here illustrated by music by Florent Schmitt’s music based on another work of Poe’s, The Haunted Palace. From The Arabian Nights comes the tale of men who both claim to have murdered a young woman, and the clever caliph who outwits the one falsely confessing to the crime. In between comes a coffee interlude from The Long Goodbye (perhaps to counteract the effects of all those cocktails!): thus Raymond Chandler’s Philip Marlowe is joined in a Black Coffee by Sarah Vaughan.
The Arrest: From Dickens’ multi-faceted Bleak House comes the apprehension of the mysterious Mr. George by London’s Finest, Insp.Bucket of The Yard.
The Trial: The Book of Daniel tells of the beautiful Susanna, blackmailed by lecherous elders and saved by proto-barrister Daniel’s skill cross-examination. Alessandro Stradella’s 1681 oratorio sets this biblical episode with great poise and dignity, matched by the exquisite singing of soprano Emanuela Galli; while listeners of a certain generation will instantly be transported to TV’s Crown Court by Janacek’s Sinfonietta.
Coda: Colin Dexter’s Inspector Morse dies towards the end of the novel The Remorseful Day: his last words, famously: “Thank Lewis for me.” His life comes to a peaceful close accompanied by the music of his beloved Wagner, the Liebestod that ends Tristan und Isolde peerlessly recorded by Kirsten Flagstad and Wilhelm Furtwangler.
Don Raye, Gene de Paul
You dont know what love is
Performer: Chet Baker.
Sony CK65562. Tr1.
The Maltese Falcon, read by Mark Strong
The Maltese Falcon (soundtrack)
Performer: Brandenburg Philharmonic, William T. Stromberg.
Murder at the Vicarage, read by Hayley Atwell
Goodbye Pork Pie Hat
Performer: Charles Mingus.
Deadlock, read by Hayley Atwell
Performer: Dave Brubeck.
The Thin Man, read by Mark Strong
Boogie Stop Shuffle
Performer: Charles Mingus.
Sony CK65512. Tr3.
Edgar Allan Poe
The Murders in the Rue Morgue, read by Hayley Atwell
Etude pour Le Palais Hante
Performer: Georges Prêtre.
EMI 7646872. Tr3.
The Long Goodbye, read by Mark Strong
Performer: Sarah Vaughan.
Sony CK44165. Tr 1.
The Arabian Nights, read by Hayley Atwell
Nikolai Andreyevich Rimsky-Korsakov
Performer: Leonard Bernstein.
Sony SK60737. Tr3.
Bleak House, read by Mark Strong
Performer: Sir Charles Mackerras.
Decca 4307272. Tr4.
The Bible, read by Hayley Atwell
Performer: Emanuela Galli.
Glossa GCDC81201. CD2, Tr4.
The Remorseful Day, read by Mark Strong
Tristan und Isolde
Performer: Kirsten Flagstad.
EMI 9078972. Tr16-17
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