Sunday, September 27, 2015

September's Underappreciated Music: the 5th Anniversary links

Fifth Anniversary List...Five Years of UnderAprpreciated Music...congratulations, and thanks, everyone!

The monthly assembly of undervalued and often nearly "lost" music, or simply music the blogger in question wants to remind you reader/listeners of...this week, even more jazz than usual (including the jazz artists who created rap, Gil Scott-Heron and the Last Poets), and a Billy Joel undercurrent...
Patti Abbott: "Speak Low"

Brian Arnold: "Autumn Leaves"

Miriam Makeba: "Chove Chuva"

Jayme Lynn Blaschke: Friday Night Videos

Paul Brazill: A Song for Saturday

Jim C.: Horace Silver Quintet with J. J. Johnson: The Cape Verdean Blues; Monty Waters: The Black Cat

Sean Coleman: Joseph Bridge: "Brenda"; Neil Young and Crazy Horse: Ragged Glory; Billy Joel: Turnstiles

The Augusta Bluegrass Women: "Road to Columbus"

Bill Crider: Song of the DayForgotten Hits: Local Charts

Jeff Gemmill: Top 5s; Mary Black in concert, 1994

Jerry House: Dave Mallett; Daily Music+; Hymn Time

George Kelley: Erroll Garner: The Complete Concert by the Sea

Kate Laity: Marty Robbins: "Some Memories Just Won't Die"

Steve Lewis (and one by Michael Shonk): Music I'm Listening To

Light in Babylon: "Hinech Yafa" 

Todd Mason: some jazz singers and Buffy Sainte-Marie and Five Years Ago: Rainy Day and The Bunch

Patrick Murtha: Hustlers Convention

Lawrence Person: Shoegazer Sunday

Charlie Ricci: Billy Joel: "Hey Girl"; Gil Scott-Heron: "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised"

Michael Shonk: Morphine: "You Look Like Rain"

Trunkworthy (courtesy Bill Crider): The Monkees 

Danielle Nicole Band: "Grits Ain't Groceries"

Divna Ljubojevic and small choir in concert:

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