#468 – April 10, 2013 Playlist

Wednesday MidDay Medley
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Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Marion Merritt’s Musical Discoveries
+ Paul Draper & Brandon Draper

Marion Merritt joined us as our special guest producer and co-host, to share information from her musically-encyclopedic-brain. Marion Merritt is the co-creator of the blog: a2-m3.com providing information about: Music, Film, Art, Books, Television, Technology, with links, downloads, and articles keeping us current with the latest musical and film news.

1. Dimitri From Paris – “Prologue, Sacreblu”

2. N*Grandjean – “Shift To Reverse”
from: Carrying Stars / Music For Dreams / June 30, 2008

3. Rhye – “The Fall”
from: Woman / Polydor Records / March 5, 2013
[Debut release from Rhye, a musical duo based in Los Angeles, California, made up of: Mike Milosh, from Canada, and Robin Hannibal, from Denmark. Milosh had previously released albums as Milosh, and Hannibal had previously recorded as Quadron. Recorded in Copenhagen and Los Angeles, their sound brings together elements of their modern cultural aesthetics mixed withan homage to classic sensibilities; lush strings and melodies intertwined with simple electronic production and soft and sultry vocals – a marriage between refined decadence and modern elegance]


4. Charles Bradley – “Victim of Love (feat. Menahan Street Band)”
from: Victim of Love / Daptone / April 2, 2013

5. Charles Bradley -“Strickly Reserved for You (feat. Menahan Street Band)”
from: Victim of Love / Daptone / April 2, 2013

10:23 – Underwriting


6. Phosphorescent – “Song For Zula”
from: Muchacho / Dead Oceans / March 15, 2013

7. Phosphorescent – “The Quotidian Beasts”
from: Muchacho / Dead Oceans / March 15, 2013


8. Junip – “Your Life Your Call”
from: Your Life Your Call / Mute US Corporation / April 23, 2013

9. Chrissy Zebby Tembo & Ngozi Family – “My Ancestors”
from: My Ancestors / Qdk Media / March 19, 2013

10. Chrissy Zebby Tembo & Ngozi Family – “Fisherman”
from: My Ancestors / Qdk Media / March 19, 2013


11. The Holydrug Couple – “Counting Sailboats”
from: Noctuary / Sacred Bones Records / Jan. 22, 2013

11:00 – Station I.D.

12. The Holydrug Couple – “Out of Sight”
from: Noctuary / Sacred Bones Records / Jan. 22, 2013


13. Waumiss – “Calling Mary Punch”
from: Subtle for Flames / Waumiss / September 1, 2012

14. Waumiss – “Such Spirits We Sought to Imbibe”
from: Subtle for Flames / Waumiss / September 1, 2012

11:18 – Interview with Paul Draper & Brandon Draper

Since moving to Kansas City in 2006, Drum Set artist, world percussionist, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and producer, Brandon Draper, has made a name for his himself for his fierce and amazing drum and musical performances and collaborations with Alaturka, Flamenco Mio, Quixotic Performance Ensemble, Brandon Draper Group, Paul Draper Band, Free Band Radio, and his acoustic project Organic Proof. As a freelance musician, Brandon has performed with DJ Logic, Particle, Donna Summer, Mose Allison, Mike Moreno, and Bobby Watson. Brandon recently performed in the critically acclaimed world premiere of the new hiphop musical “Venice” in Los Angeles, and premiered his original work “Bass Darabukas” with Quixotic and the Kansas City Symphony in Spring of 2011. Brandon Draper is part of the music faculty at the University of Kansas, he is percussion director at Shawnee Mission West High School, and serves as music director at Kansas City Academy. He holds a Bachelors degree in percussion performance from Bethany College, and a Masters of Music with distinction from the University of New Mexico.

Paul Draper spent his life as a sideman on countless recordings and tours beginning in 1964 playing Farfisa keyboard with the show/review band the Shampells. Know as “The Wildman” Paul has been stealing the spotlight for years with his Hammond Organ skills and stage presence. Paul has recorded with Jimmie Bratcher and Grammy Award winning producer Jim Gaines. Paul Draper makes his recording debut as a leader of the band, with his new, critically acclaimed, full length recording titled: Paul Draper Band, that was five yearsin the making and was produced by his son Brandon Draper. The two have been sharing the stage since Brandon was 9 years old. This recording features a vast array of styles of funk, blues, R&B, soul, country, and jazz.

Paul Draper & Brandon Draper will perform together in a special Father and Son Concert, this Saturday night, April 13, 8:30pm, at the historic Blue Room at The American Jazz Museum, 18th and Vine, Kansas City MO, celebrating the release of the new full length recording: “Paul Draper Band.”

The April 13 concert will include: Paul Draper on HammondB3, Rhodes, Clavinet, Wurlitzer, vocals; Brandon Draper on drums, percussion,vocals; Luke Polipnick on Guitars; Ben Leifer on bass; Rich Wheeler on saxophone; and Hermon Mehari on trumpet.

More info at: draperama.com

15. Paul Draper Band – “I’m Coming Home”
from: Paul Draper Band / Independent / December 1, 2012

11:34 – Underwriting


16. Django Django – “Hail Bop (Jealov Remix)”
from: Hail Bop EP / Because Music / 2009

17. Grouper – “The Man Who Died in His Boat”
from: The Man Who Died in His Boat / kanky / Feb. 4, 2013

18. Grouper – “Vital”
from: The Man Who Died in His Boat / kanky / Feb. 4, 2013

19. Connie Converse – “Talkin’ Like You (Two Tall Mountains)”
from: How Sad, How Lovely / Lau derette Recordings / March5, 2009

Sources for notes: artist’s websites and wikipedia.org

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