The Bastards look at four albums taking paths less travelled, approaches rarely attempted, and pianos (in the case of Sun Ra at least) untuned. Three 2021 releases are featured and we go way back to 1966 for a movie tie-in album that went right for jazz fans and terribly wrong the MGM employee writing the liner notes. Pop matters this time isn't pop at all but Mike's in-depth discussion of Charles McPherson's birthday concert, so stay tuned.
Mike discusses the podcast's philosophy 0:40
Discussion of Adi Meyerson's album I Want to Sing My Heart Out in Praise of Life (Self Produced) 7:15
Discussion of Alotoizm's album Altoizm (AFAR) 26:20
Discussion of Rachel Eckroth's album The Garden (Rainy Day Records) 41:40
Discussion of Walt Dickerson's album Impressions of a Patch of Blue (MGM Records) 56:45
Mike discusses Charles McPherson's birthday concert. 1:09:06
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