ECM by the Decades: The 1980s

On March 12, 2018, WKCR DJ Andrew Castillo and I presented the second in our five-part series, “ECM by the Decades,” focusing this time on the 1980s. The episode is now available to listen by clicking the PLAY button below. You may also download the full episode by clicking hereThere were some microphone issues during my introductory remarks, so the volume is rather low in that portion alone. Scroll down for a full playlist, including links to my reviews of each album:

LEAD-IN
Hajo Weber/Ulrich Ingenbold
Winterreise (ECM 1235)
“Karussell”

[INTRO @ 00:07:24]
(Please excuse the microphone issues here…)

00:11:54
Art Ensemble of Chicago
Full Force (ECM 1167)
“Old Time Southside Street Dance”

00:17:03
Eberhard Weber
Little Movements (ECM 1186)
“‘No Trees?’ He Said”

00:22:03
Rainer Brüninghaus
Freigeweht (ECM 1187)
“Stufen”

00:30:21
Steve Eliovson
Dawn Dance (ECM 1198)
“Venice”

[BREAK @ 00:36:51]

00:43:16
David Darling
Cycles (ECM 1219)
“Cycle Song”

00:50:18
Mike Nock
Ondas (ECM 1220)
“Doors”

00:56:40
Paul Motian Band
Psalm (ECM 1222)
“Psalm”

[BREAK @ 01:03:27]

01:12:15
Dewey Redman Quartet
The Struggle Continues (ECM 1225)
“Joie De Vivre”

01:20:42
Chick Corea
Trio Music (ECM 1232/33)
“Eronel”

01:25:17
Bill Frisell
In Line (ECM 1241)
“Throughout”

[BREAK @ 01:32:04]

01:36:54
Steve Tibbetts
Safe Journey (ECM 1270)
“Test”

01:43:07
Everyman Band
Without Warning (ECM 1290)
“Patterns Which Connect”

01:48:30
Marc Johnson
Bass Desires (ECM 1299)
“Samurai Hee-Haw”

[BREAK @ 01:56:09]

01:59:09
Gary Burton Quintet
Whiz Kids (ECM 1329)
“Yellow Fever”

02:05:52
Enrico Rava/Dino Saluzzi Quintet
Volver (ECM 1343)
“Minguito”

02:17:05
Oregon
Ecotopia (ECM 1354)
“ReDial”

[BREAK @ 02:22:59]

02:27:04
The Paul Bley Quartet
s/t (ECM 1365)
“One In Four”

02:36:31
First House
Cantilena (ECM 1393)
“Cantilena”

02:39:57
Dave Holland Quartet
Extensions (ECM 1410)
“The Oracle”

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