[acid-jazz] Urban Landscapes Extra for Friday March 21, 2003: News, Trip Pics, The Winter Quarter Rewind Part One Playlist and More

From: Velanche Stewart (vstewart_at_calpoly.edu)
Date: 2003-03-24 00:37:59

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    I'm playing catchup with a smattering of thisandthat, so wanted to get 
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    Rewind Biz
    The Winter Quarter Rewind Special, focusing on the most recommended 
    albums from the show during the last 10 weeks, is history. The show went 
    about 20 minutes over, but all good. See the playlist below, and the 
    link that you can click on to listen.
    Be sure to listen to Part Two of the Winter Quarter Rewind this coming 
    Friday March 28, where you can sift through my recommended singles and 
    EPs. Should be a fun one.
    Trip Photos Online
    FINALLY...pictures from my recent European trip are being posted online. 
    It's taken awhile for me to get things going, but it's coming along in a 
    good way. Pictures from my visits to Vienna and Budapest are now 
    available for viewing, with more in the near future. Check them out at 
    http://urbanlandscapesshow.com/html/eurotrip.htm. Feedback is more than 
    More details on the special show of the trip will come soon...airdate 
    scheduled for Friday April 4.
    Upcoming Dance Event in SLO
    If you are within the area of San Luis Obispo, we are trying something 
    new that I've wanted to do for ages. We are having a dance event, as 
    "KCPR Presents Eclectic Grooves."
    Five KCPR DJs will be in rotation, including me, Paul from "WEFUNK," 
    Reggie from "The Deep End," Kris from "Beats & Pieces," and Jennifer 
    rounding it out. It'll be a mix of various sounds--rare grooves and 
    funk, nu-jazz delights, soulful house vibes, and other kinds of 
    eclecticism in the mix.
    The event will take place on Monday April 14 at the SLO Brewing Company, 
    or SLO Brew as it's affectionately known. It's an all-ages event, though 
    they'll be a small cover for those under 21.
    We're very excited about the event, and hope to see you there.
    LAST FRIDAY'S PLAYLIST--The Winter Quarter Rewind Special Part One: The 
    Albums (listen at http://urbanlandscapesshow.com/shows/21Mar03.ram)
    As you read this list of recommendations, please keep in mind that some 
    of the albums were released late last year, but that my introduction to 
    them weren't until this year. All of the selections on this list are 
    worth investigating, and all of the selections have been released.
    1.  The Joe Harriot & Anancio D'Silva Quartet--Jaipur
    Impressed with Gilles Peterson compilation (Universal Jazz/UK)
    2.  The Jens Winther Group--That's The Way It Is
    Copenhagen Dancefloor Classics II compilation (April/Denmark)
    3.  The Kristian Schultze Set--Recreation
    Recreation (Crippled Dick Hot Wax/Germany)
    4.  Freddie Gigole--Polizeiruf 110
    Give Peas A Chance compilation (Crippled Dick Hot Wax/Germany)
    5.  Howie B--Hey Jack (Afterlife's Remix)
    Dream Therapy compilation (Quango)
    6.  Dissolve The Mass Appeal--Dissolve
    Om Lounge 7 compilation (Om)
    7.  Alexander Kowalski--Along
    Future Sounds of Jazz 9 compilation (Compost)
    8.  Mo' Horizons--Alive Tonight (Only Child Remix)
    Stereo Deluxe One compilation (Stereo Deluxe)
    9.  Universal Funk--Kuta (Cai Bolsen-Moller Remix)
    Re:Done (April/Denmark)
    10. Max Brennan--Facial Expressions
    Care In The Community Recordings: The Discernible Dancefloor compilation 
    11. Jori Hulkonnen--Four Seasons, Four Loves
    Different (F Communications/PIAS America)
    12. Daniel Magg--Sweep
    Facets (Compost)
    13. P'Taah--Become Who You Are
    Staring At The Sun (Ubiquity)
    14. Grupo X--Brand New Love
    Vocalise compilation (Unfold/UK)
    15. Cuica--Mesmerizing Parts 1 & 2
    City To City (Ubiquity)
    16. Flevans--Go Get The Big Horn
    When Shapes Join Together 3 compilation (Tru Thoughts/UK)
    17. Lightning Head--Raggasalsa
    Studio Don (Sonar Kollektiv/Germany)
    18. Supersoul--Nice Daze
    40 Acres & A Moog (Metatronix)
    19. The At Home Project--Miles Ahead
    The At Home Project (Beatservice/Norway)
    20. DJ Krush--The Blackhole
    Message At The Depth (Red Ink)
    21. Anti-Pop Consortium & Matthew Shipp--A Knot In Your Box
    Anti-Pop vs. Matthew Shipp (Thirsty Ear)
    22. DJ Spinna--Surely
    Here To There (BBE)
    23. The Platinum Pied Pipers--Open Your Eyes
    Rewind 2 compilation (Ubiquity)
    24. The Theo Schurmann Combo--Karawane
    Playlist compilation (Compost
    25. Five Corners Quintet--Blueprint
    Jazz Bizniz 3 compilation (Counterpoint/UK)
    26. Re:Jazz--The Way I Swing
    Re:Jazz compilation (Infracom/Germany)
    27. Protassov--A Bird's Party
    Fantastic Freeriding compilation (Switchstance/Germany)
    28. Bassman--On The Corner
    Minimal Distractions (Fabrique/Austria)
    29. Karin Krog--The Meaning of Love (Herbert Remix)
    Rewind 2 compilation (Ubiquity)
    30. Karin Krog--The Meaning of Love
    Raindrops, Raindrops compilation (Crippled Dick Hot Wax/Germany)
    31. Greg Osby--Poetry In Motion
    DJ Smash Presents Phonography 2 compilation (Blue Note)
    32. Cadien--Bud
    pLUSH compilation (Kriztal)
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