|Name||Song Title||Name of CD|
|Doug Hammer||Country Road||Travels|
|Tomas Michaud||Dark Night/Falling Star||Heart Coming Home|
|Kathryn Kaye||How Deep, How Simple||Heavy as a Feather|
|Kenio Fuke||Spirit of the Water||Relaxing Melodies of Nature|
|Devaa Haley||Tara||Sacred Alchemy|
|Michael Stribling||Miserere Mei||Safely in the Arms of Love|
|Michael Stribling||Desolation and Absolution||Safely in the Arms of Love|
|Thomas Newman||Grocer's Daughter||The Iron Lady|
|Brian Crain||Hallelujah||Piano and Light|
|Sensitive Chaos||A Piece of Stars||Seeker After Patterns|
|Candice Night||For You||Reflections|
|Kyle Pederson||lo How a Rose||12.25|
|Bryan Carrigan||Circle of Sound||Focus|
Saturday, December 31, 2011
Friday, December 30, 2011
|Notes:||Christmas, wall to wall...|
Thursday, December 29, 2011
KCUR Night Tides plays entire Sensitive Chaos "Remembering Chestnuts, Icy Cold, and Bells" on Christmas Night
Wednesday, December 28, 2011
Last Jazz Show [email host]
Nobody's really sure, but we think Jon Iverson started hosting The Last Jazz Show on Tuesday nights at KCBX sometime around 1980. A refugee from free-form FM rock radio, he quickly dove into the KCBX jazz library and systematically worked through the decades only to end up hovering around today's music fringes.
Sal España began co-hosting with Jon around 2004, eventually going solo in 2009. Like most of our audience, Sal ponders the name of the program, as little actual "Jazz" is played. Neal claims it's Jon's sense of humor. Neal's usually right.
Since we follow "Pickin' Up The Tempo," we usually start with something acoustic - often a guitar, sometimes edging towards Rock. But, this being a public radio station, we veer off into the night spinning the latest ambient, electronic, classical, world music hybrids.