Tuesday, September 1, 2015

09-01-15 jive

Good evening, it's Tuesday, September 1st, and this is the Jive at Five, our daily community calendar and rundown of night time programming here on WESU 88.1 FM Middletown, your station for NPR, Pacifica, independent and local public affairs by day, and the best in free-form community programming week-nights and weekends.

I'm Marianne O’Hare, producer of Conversations on Health Care.
Here’s some of what’s going on in our area this week:

Here in Middletown, The Summer Sounds Series at Harbor Park, sponsored by the City Arts Office and the Middletown Commission on the Arts, holds its closing concert on tonight with The Middletown Symphonic Band. The concert will begin at 7pm. Information on access and parking can be found at www.arts2go.org.

Tonight at 7:45 at the Buttonwood Tree in Middletown, they’ve got Laughter Yoga and a vegetarian potluck at 6.  On Thursday at 7 it’s Open Mic with Bob Gotta. On Friday at 4, singer/songwriter and psychologist Steve Pracinos brings the Dr. Steve Band to the stage.  The Great Make Believe Improv Show with comedy fit for the family comes to the Buttonwood on Sunday at 7. Call the Buttonwood at 860-347-4957 for details.  The redesigned website will be back soon.

In Hartford, at Blackeyed Sally’s, Michael Palin’s Other Orchestra, an 18 piece big band,  comes your way every Tuesday.  Wednesday’s Blues Jam is with Ed Bradley. On Friday you can hear more blues with Kosher Kid & The Amplifires.  On Saturday it’s modern jazz, with the Grammy-nominated Brian Charette Trio.http://www.blackeyedsallys.com

In New Haven, at Café Nine, tonight they you can catch NBC’s “The Voice” vocalist Sarah Patenza, appearing with Jom Oblon and Friends. On Wednesday there’s a Comedy Open Mic hosted by Dan Rice.  On Thursday, The Dustbowl Revival and Wise Old Moon take the Café Nine stage.  On Friday at 5 there’s an Artist in Residence Opening Reception with The Tommy’s, to open “First Three Songs,” an exhibit of the concert photography of Audra Napolitano.  At 9 they headline The Birdmen. Saturday’s Jazz Jam Session at 4:30 is with Mike Coppola and Friends, followed at 9 by City Streets Country Roads, All Riot, and King Bongo. http://www.cafenine.com

At Toad’s Place in New Haven, tonight they headline Lil Durk.  On Thursday, it’s the College Blackout Dance Party. On Friday, It’s Badfish, with a Tribute to Sublime, and more.  On Sunday Earl Sweatshirt presents the 2015 tour “Ready to Leave Now,” with Remy Banks and more. http://www.toadsplace.com

Manic Productions is bringing Off & On, Hey Anna, and Golden Bloom to Bar in New Haven tomorrow /  Wednesday. http://www.manicproductions.com

The Wadsworth Athenaeum in Hartford celebrates the 40th anniversary of its MATRIX gallery with a conversation and reception tomorrow / Wednesday at 6 p.m.  Featured artists are Ruben Ochoa and Mark Branford.  http://www.thewadsworth.org for details.

You can tour the Wadsworth Mansion in Middletown every Wednesday at 2 p.m., with tea available every second Wednesday of the month.http://www.wadsworthmansion.com

At the Russell Library in Middletown, the Veteran’s Writing Group meets every Thursday at 7. Visit their website for information on learning events, children’s activities, and more.  http://www.russelllibrary.org

At the Green Street Teaching and Learning Center on Main Street in Middletown, there’s an opening reception on Thursday at 5 for the “Memory and Harbinger” [note: soft g] exhibit by Kathi Packer.  Explore paintings and drawings based on the wildlife she photographed in Africa. Details at http://www.arts2go.org

At Infinity Hall in Hartford, you can hear blues, jump, rock ‘n’ roll, and more by Roomful of Blues on Friday at 8. http://www.infinityhall.com

You can tango every Friday at First Church on Court Street in Middletown, starting at 4 p.m. Details at http://www.firstchurchmiddletown.org

Here in CT, as summer winds down and kids head back to school, we enter agricultural fair season. This Weekend brings the 104th  Haddam Neck fair offering a carnival midway with rides and games, agricultural displays, and contests, as well as truck and tractor pulls, animal shows, vendors and more. There’s live musical entertainment offered throughout the duration of Fair From Friday through Monday.  Highlights include Saturday’s lineup featuring CT talent with Daphne Lee Martin, Ponybird, Hanging Hills, Mountain Movers , and West End Blend. Sunday’s lineup spotlights bluegrass with Stacey Phillips and Paul Howard, Last Fair Deal, and Goodnight Blue Moon. www.haddamneckfair.com

The Woodstock fair also happens this weekend.   


Here’s a rundown of Connecticut’s Farmer’s Markets. Middletown’s long-running market on the South Green on Tuesdays and Thursdays continues through October. Middletown’s North End market is on Friday from 10 to 2, outside It’s Only Natural groceries store on Main St. Durham’s market is on Thursdays from 3 to 6. There’s one in Higganum Village on Friday from 3:30 to 6:30, and in Cromwell on Friday from 4 to 7. The East Haddam Farmer’s market happens every Wednesday from 4 to 7. The Chester market is open on Sundays from 10 to 1.  Down on the shore, The Clinton market happens on Thursdays from 4 to 7 and in Old Saybrook markets are held on Wednesdays and Saturdays. There’s also a new market is open at 53 Broadway in New Haven every Friday from 10 to 2.  Visit http://www.ctnofa.org for details.

Now here's a rundown of cinema off the beaten track in Central Connecticut:

At Real Art Ways in Hartford, the run of “Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet,” which celebrates Gibran’s elegant text as an animated musical adventure, continues through Thursday.  Also continuing is “Meru,” about three friends and their attempts to conquer the Shark’s Fin on Mt. Meru in the Himalayan Mountains of India.  On Friday they open “Call Me Lucky,” Bobcat Goldthwait’s film about comedian Barry Crimmins’ use of comedy to transform rage from childhood abuse.  Also opening is “Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine,” Oscar-winning director Alex Gibney’s laser-sharp and balanced assessment of the Apple mogul.  Both run through the weekend. http://www.realartways.org

onight, Trinity College’s Cinestudio ends thier run of “The Kindergarten Teacher,” an  Israeli film about a teacher who discovers that her kindergarten student has a rare facility for poetry. On Tomorrow / Wednesday they open “Amy,” the   documentary about Amy Winehouse that exposes how her fame was prized over her fragile mental health.  It runs through Saturday.  On Sunday they open “A Little Chaos,” starring Kate Winslet as an unconventional landscape gardener at King Louis XIV’s Versailles.  Full details at  www.cinestudio.org.

Middletown’s first ever Mayoral Film Series concludes this Saturday at Wesleyan’s Center for Film Studies, with a screening of “The Usual Suspects” at 7:30. The series features classic gangster movies.  Proceeds benefit the Buttonwood Tree. Details at http://www.arts2go.org

Now here's what's on the air tonight on WESU, as we wrap up our summer programming schedule this week:
Right after the Jive, stay tuned for Bill Revill’s final 3 hour summer edition of Acoustic Blender offering acoustic and roots music.
From 8-9pm it’s The Voice of the CITY with J-Cherry, A weekly show featuring live and local Connecticut arts and music.

 After that at 9pm it’s Radio Obscura, whose hosts describe the show as “a gasoline powered cat purring its way through the highways and byways of the week’s topics. Join us and. Pet the cat.”

 DJ Pickup Sticks is back in the air-chair after that at 10:30 for her show, Explorers’ Hour, which offers an exploration of rock, pop, and experimental music

From:  11:30-12:30am  its #tbt: summer throwbacks with Frau Miau Tune in to listen to all your favorite summer throwbacks! #tbt: summer throwbacks will have you bouncing and bumping to pop hits from summers past.
           
12:30-1:30am Coming to America with DJ Korean Kween Coming to America" will explore music people associate with new beginnings in their lives. Featuring interviews with people who will bring in songs they fell in love with in a new environment.
           
From 1:30-3am Wonderland with DJ Cheshire Cat. Who says he’s got a song in his heart, a chemical imbalance in his head and a musical library at his fingers fingers. From krautrock to post-rock, grunge to garage, novelty to New Romantic, punk to prog, Wonderland has a place for it.

At 3am, we will rebroadcast today’s noontime broadcast of Democracy Now, with Amy Goodman.


That’s all for today’s Jive At Five. Tune in each and every weekday at 4:55 p.m. to hear about what’s going on in the community and on the air right here at WESU 88.1 FM, a community service of Wesleyan University since 1939.


Monday, August 31, 2015

8-31-15 Jive



Good evening, it's Monday, Aug. 31st, and this is the Jive at Five, our daily community calendar and rundown of night time programming here on WESU 88.1 FM Middletown, your station for NPR, Pacifica, independent and local public affairs by day, and the best in free-form community programming week-nights and weekends.

I'm Maria Johnson, producer and host of Reasonably Catholic: Keeping the Faith. Tomorrow, we wrap up our third season with a timely episode, about Pope Francis, and how he went from being a quite conservative cleric who towed the Catholic party line to the open-hearted, social-justice-minded Pope who calls himself a sinner and who asks, who am I to judge. Passionist Father John Baptist Pesce has spent the last few months researching, writing and polishing a retreat talk, which he'll read for the first time for us. Sort of a world premiere. Can't listen live. You can find the audio archived for two weeks at wesufm.org or forever at reasonablycatholic.com.

Now here’s some of what’s going on in our area this week:

Tonight at 7:45 at the Buttonwood Tree in Middletown, they’ve got the weekly Moments of Gratitude.  On Tuesday it’s Laughter Yoga and a vegetarian potluck at 6.  On Thursday at 7 it’s Open Mic with Bob Gotta.  On Friday at 4, singer/songwriter and psychologist Steve Pracinos brings the Dr. Steve Band to the stage.  The Great Make Believe Improv Show with comedy fit for the family comes to the Buttonwood on Sunday at 7. Call the Buttonwood at 860-347-4957 for details.  The redesigned website will be back soon.

In Hartford, at Blackeyed Sally’s, their Jazz Mondays features the Seth Lewis Group tonight. Michael Palin’s Other Orchestra comes your way every Tuesday.  Wednesday’s Blues Jam is with Ed Bradley. On Friday you can hear more blues with Kosher Kid & The Amplifires.  On Saturday it’s modern jazz, with the Grammy-nominated Brian Charette Trio. http://www.blackeyedsallys.com

In New Haven, at Café Nine, tonight they have Words & Music at 8.  On Tuesday it’s NBC’s “The Voice” vocalist Sarah Patenza, appearing with Jom Oblon and Friends. On Wednesday there’s a Comedy Open Mic hosted by Dan Rice.  On Thursday, The Dustbowl Revival and Wise Old Moon take the Café Nine stage.  On Friday at 5 there’s an Artist in Residence Opening Reception with The Tommy’s, to open “First Three Songs,” an exhibit of the concert photography of Audra Napolitano.  At 9 they headline The Birdmen. Saturday’s Jazz Jam Session at 4:30 is with Mike Coppola and Friends, followed at 9 by City Streets Country Roads, All Riot, and King Bongo. http://www.cafenine.com

At Toad’s Place in New Haven, there’s the Night of Smooth Jazz with Rohn Lawrence & Friends tonight in Lilly’s Pad. On Tuesday they headline Lil Durk.  On Thursday, it’s the College Blackout Dance Party. On Friday, It’s Badfish, with a Tribute to Sublime, and more.  On Sunday Earl Sweatshirt presents the 2015 tour “Ready to Leave Now,” with Remy Banks and more.  http://www.toadsplace.com

The Summer Sounds Series at Harbor Park, sponsored by Middletown’s City Arts Office and the Middletown Commission on the Arts, holds its closing concert on Tuesday with The Middletown Symphonic Band at 7.  Information on access and parking can be found at www.arts2go.org.

Manic Productions is bringing Off & On, Hey Anna, and Golden Bloom to Bar in New Haven on Wednesday.

The Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford celebrates the 40th anniversary of its MATRIX gallery with a conversation and reception on Wednesday at 6 p.m.  Featured artists are Ruben Ochoa and Mark Branford.  Visit http://www.thewadsworth.org for details.

You can tour the Wadsworth Mansion in Middletown every Wednesday at 2 p.m., with tea available every second Wednesday of the month. http://www.wadsworthmansion.com

At the Russell Library in Middletown, the Veteran’s Writing Group meets every Thursday at 7. Visit their website for information on learning events, children’s activities, and more.  http://www.russelllibrary.org

At the Green Street Teaching and Learning Center on Main Street in Middletown, there’s an opening reception on Thursday at 5 for the “Memory and Harbinger” [note: soft g] exhibit by Kathi Packer.  Explore paintings and drawings based on the wildlife she photographed in Africa.  Details at http://www.arts2go.org

At Infinity Hall in Hartford, you can hear blues, jump, rock ‘n’ roll, and more by Roomful of Blues on Friday at 8. http://www.infinityhall.com

You can tango every Friday at First Church on Court Street in Middletown, starting at 4 p.m. Details at http://www.firstchurchmiddletown.org

You can support Connecticut’s Farmer’s Markets and enjoy healthy food while you’re at it! The East Haddam Farmer’s market happens every Wednesday from 4 to 7, Durham’s is on Thursdays from 3 to 6. The Clinton market is every Thursday from 4 to 7. Middletown’s North End market is on Friday from 10 to 2, with the long-running market on the South Green on Tuesdays and Thursdays through October. There’s one in Higganum Village on Friday from 3:30 to 6:30, and in Cromwell on Friday from 4 to 7. On the shore, Old Saybrook markets are held on Wednesdays and Saturdays. A new market is open at 53 Broadway in New Haven every Friday from 10 to 2.  The Chester market is open on Sundays from 10 to 1.  Visit http://www.ctnofa.org for details.

Now here's a rundown of cinema off the beaten track in Central Connecticut:

At Real Art Ways in Hartford, the run of “Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet,” which celebrates Gibran’s elegant text as an animated musical adventure, continues through Thursday.  Also continuing is “Meru,” about three friends and their attempts to conquer the Shark’s Fin on Mt. Meru in the Himalayan Mountains of India.  On Friday they open “Call Me Lucky,” Bobcat Goldthwait’s film about comedian Barry Crimmins’ use of comedy to transform rage from childhood abuse.  Also opening is “Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine,” Oscar-winning director Alex Gibney’s laser-sharp and balanced assessment of the Apple mogul.  Both run through the weekend.  http://www.realartways.org

Trinity College’s Cinestudio continues its run of “The Kindergarten Teacher,” an  Israeli film about a teacher who discovers that her kindergarten student has a rare facility for poetry, tonight and tomorrow.  On Wednesday they open “Amy,” the   documentary about Amy Winehouse that exposes how her fame was prized over her fragile mental health.  It runs through Saturday.  On Sunday they open “A Little Chaos,” starring Kate Winslet as an unconventional landscape gardener at King Louis XIV’s Versailles.  Full details at  www.cinestudio.org.

Middletown’s first ever Mayoral Film Series concludes this Saturday at Wesleyan’s Center for Film Studies, with a screening of “The Usual Suspects” at 7:30. The series features classic gangster movies.  Proceeds benefit the Buttonwood Tree. Details at http://www.arts2go.org

Now here's what's on the air tonight on WESU, as we continue our summer programming schedule:

Right after the Jive stay tuned for Afternoon Jazz with Charles Henry until 6 p.m.

From 6 to 8 p.m. it's 75% Folk with Michael Benson.

Up next at 8, we’ve got ninety minutes of new and vintage funk and soul with Lord Lewis on the Rumpus Room.

At 9:30 we switch (audio) gears for Aargh!!! with Tom Gatzen, featuring two hours of  loud music including stoner and cosmic rock, avant-garde, and more!

From 11:30 to 1 a.m. DIY Haircut with DJ Tim Daltrey celebrates punk, hardcore, garage, indie, and metal.

From 1 to 2 a.m. Maximum Rock and Roll Radio keeps the loud rock music pumping.

At 2 a.m. its In Other Words from Pacifica.

Following at 3, we’ll rebroadcast today’s noontime edition of Democracy Now with Amy Goodman, before switching over to the BBC World News at 4 a.m.  

Morning Edition comes your way at 5 a.m. each weekday here at WESU.

That’s all for today’s Jive At Five. If you missed anything, you can find the script online at www.wesufm.org/jive. And tune in each and every weekday at 4:55 p.m. to hear about what’s going on in the community and on the air right here at WESU 88.1 FM, a community service of Wesleyan University since 1939.

Now stay tuned for Afternoon Jazz with Charles Henry.

Friday, August 28, 2015

Friday's Jive 08-28-15

Good afternoon, it's Friday, August 28th, and this is the Jive at Five - WESU's Daily community calendar and run down of night time programming here on 88.1 FM WESU Middletown, your station for NPR, Pacifica, independent and local public affairs by day and the best in free-form community programming week nights and weekends. I'm Stephan Allison, host of River Valley Rhythms heard Thursdays at 4 pm here at WESU. Thanks for tuning in.
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For the latest in local arts and entertainment anytime you're not hearing it on our Jive, go to arts2GO.org – the City’s website for what’s going on and what’s to do with a highlight on the arts in Middletown. That's arts2GO.org

Now, here’s a rundown of some of what’s scheduled in the community this weekend.

This Sunday it’s the annual Open Air Market and Festival at the Mansion starts at 10 a.m., with Connecticut-grown produce, local artisan vendors, and music by the Middletown Symphonic Band, The Michael Cleary Band, Slowpoke, and more at the Wadsworth Mansion in Middletown. Visit wadsworthmansion.com

Hartford's Blackeyed Sally’s tonight has the psychedelic Dixieland Jazz band Primate Fiasco. On Saturday it’s soul with the Mighty Soul Drivers. Visit blackeyedsallys.com

New Haven's Café Nine early show today features the Jen Allen Quintet at 7, followed by Grizzlor, Intercourse, and Fashion Week for a 10 p.m. show. Saturday’s Jazz Jam Session at 4:30 is with Billy Cofrances, followed at 9 by Jittery Jack and more. Sunday’s matinee show features the folk/punk music of Leonhardt, and Kiel Grove, with a Reunion Weekend Show featuring Pencilgrass later at 9. Visit
cafenine.com

At The Buttonwood Tree in Middletown tonight the folk duo Oakes and Smith command the performance space.  The National Beat Poetry Festival comes in on Saturday and Sunday.  Call the Buttonwood at 860-347-4957 for details. And visit
nationalbeatpoetryfestival.com to see their full weekend schedule of events.

New Haven's Toad’s Place has the Riders on the Storm (Doors tribute Band) in tonight. Visit
toadsplace.com

At Infinity Hall in Hartford, they headline the roots rock sounds of The Bo Deans tonight. On Saturday, Lotus Land takes the stage with The American RUSH tribute.  On Sunday you can hear world music with Sierra Leone’s Refugee All Stars, performing with special guests The Alchemysts. Go to
infinityhall.com

You can tango every Friday at First Church on Court Street in Middletown, starting at 4 p.m. and going until 10. Details at
firstchurchmiddletown.org

Graveyard Shift Ghost Tours happen this evening and Saturday at the Mark Twain House in Hartford. You can make a reservation at
marktwainhouse.org

Oddfellow’s Playhouse in Middletown holds its fall Open House this Saturday from 10 to 1.  Stop by to meet teaching artists and learn about their Youth Theater and empowerment programs. Refreshments, juggling demos, arts activities and more are all part of the fun. Visit oddfellows.org

Here in CT as the summer winds down and kids head back to school, we enter agricultural fair season bringing carnival midways with rides and games, agricultural displays, and contests, as well as truck and tractor pulls, animal shows, vendors and more.  The Brooklyn Fair runs through Sunday.  Additionally, The Chester Fair and The Terryville Lion’s Club Fair also happen this weekend.  The Haddam Neck and Woodstock Fairs will take place Labor Day weekend.

This weekend also brings the 2015 Plainville Fire Co Hot Air Balloon Fest. Events kick off this evening at 5pm with a craft fair, food, music, a balloon glow at dusk and fireworks. Activities continue on Saturday and Sunday with more music, crafts and balloon launches. Learn more at
plainvillefireco.com

Support Connecticut’s Farmer’s Markets while benefiting from the healthy food. Middletown’s long-running market on the South Green on Tuesdays and Thursdays continues through October. Middletown’s North End market is on Friday from 10 to 2, outside It’s Only Natural groceries store on Main St. Durham’s market is on Thursdays from 3 to 6. There’s one in Higganum Village on Friday from 3:30 to 6:30, and in Cromwell on Friday from 4 to 7. The East Haddam Farmer’s market happens every Wednesday from 4 to 7. The Chester market is open on Sundays from 10 to 1.  Down on the shore, The Clinton market happens on Thursdays from 4 to 7 and in Old Saybrook markets are held on Wednesdays and Saturdays. There’s also a market at 53 Broadway in New Haven every Friday from 10 to 2.  Visit
ctnofa.org for details.

Now here's a rundown of cinema off the beaten track in Central Connecticut:
The Hartford Public Library concludes its Global Lens Film Series Saturday at 1pm in the Downtown Library with “Pardon My French,” an Egyptian film about a boy from a privileged background trying to fit in at a government school. Visit
hplct.org

Tonight Hartford's Real Art Ways opens two features. First is “Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet,” celebrating Gibran’s elegant text as an animated musical adventure. They also open “Meru,” about three friends and their attempts to conquer the Shark’s Fin on Mt. Meru in the Himalayan Mountains of India.  Both run through the weekend. Also ending its run this weekend is Best of Enemies. Visit
realartways.org

Trinity College’s Cinestudio features “The Kindergarten Teacher,” an Israeli film about a teacher who discovers that her kindergarten student has a rare facility for poetry.  It runs through the weekend.  Full details at cinestudio.org.

Middletown’s first ever Mayoral Film Series continues this Saturday at Wesleyan’s Center for Film Studies, with a screening of “Angels With Dirty Faces” at 7:30.  The series features classic gangster movies.  Proceeds benefit The Buttonwood Tree. Details at
arts2go.org
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And now let’s take a look at tonight’s programming on WESU.

Right after the Jive At Five from 5:05-6:30pm, it'll be Covering the Beatles - Take a ride forward and backward on a "Magical Mystery Tour." An exploration of covers of Beatles songs by new artists and early rock and roll tunes covered by the Beatles.            
From 6:30-7pm its Radio Curious from Pacifica.

At 7 until 8:30pm we have the Universal Sound Wave with Sistah Tee - Informing listeners about local and global issues with health, nutrition, and stress reduction tips, featuring a wide range of music including African, reggae, gospel, R&B, Latin, and blues.

Next up until 10pm, we take it From the Otherside with Rok-A-Dee - The Voice of Hartford, including local artists from Connecticut, New York, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. He also features upcoming artists performing different genres like Reggae Dancehall, R&B, and new artiste.    
                                                        
Then from 10pm - midnight, we go In the Master Bedroom, Under the Bed with
Dope Dave
- Celebrating conscious hip-hop and its offshoots & influences. Acrobatic emcees and down-tempo poets mix it up over varied soundscapes.

At Midnight until 3am Saturday we go into OVERDRIVE w/Clarence Scott & Shantay Scott - offering Urban Contemporary, Hip Hop, and Traditional gospel music.

3-3:30 am will be Bassment Beats with DJ LOKASH from Pacifica - The best in underground & above ground hip-hop mixed by DJ LOKASH.

From 3:30-4 am is a New World Show with DJ LOKASH from Pacifica, exploring contemporary sounds in global bass redefining the term "world music." curated & mixed by DJ LOKASH

Sing Out! Radio Magazine with Tom Druckenmiller comes on at 4 until 5am with a weekly, hour-long “magazine format” program, featuring interviews in addition to “live” and recorded traditional folk musics.

And we bring in the daylight from 5:00 to 6:00am with the 
BBC World News 
- a daily News roundup from the British Broadcasting Corporation

And staying on the other side of the big pond, from 6:00 to 7:00am it’s
 the Celtic Café
 with Pat Laffan and Mark Gallagher presenting traditional and contemporary music with a Celtic connection.

And now that the coffee’s hot enjoy Caffé Italia from 7:00 to 8:00am 
with Francesco Fiumara, the former host of WESU's own WESParla 
 - A weekly roundup of news, music and memories from Italy.

That’s all for today’s Jive At Five, tune in each and every weekday at 4:55 pm to hear about what’s going on in the community and on the air right here at 88.1 FM WESU, a community service of Wesleyan University since 1939.

The Music behind today’s Jive At Five is from the Anthony Braxton Quartet, 8 Standards (Wesleyan) 2001, featuring Anthony Braxton, Kevin O'Neil, Andy Eulau, and Kevin Norton. The selection is Nuages and it's out on Barking Hoop Records.

The written form for what you've heard on today’s jive is online at wesufm.org/jive

And if you value WESU as a source for information and entertainment in your life, how about supporting the station with a donation? You can make that donation online at wesufm.org anytime. Thanks for listening!