The ArtSound Recorded Music Society
ArtSound presenters’ and listeners’ much-loved recordings
In 1944, the Canberra Recorded Music Society began meeting at Albert Hall, the Institute of Anatomy, and other locations to listen to selections from the enormous Carnegie Music Set, which the Carnegie Foundation had given to the people of Canberra. It was kept in the Music Room of Canberra High School (now the ANU School of Art). The federal Minister of the Interior appointed the trustees of the collection.
Welcome now to The ArtSound Recorded Music Society, where ArtSound presenters (and sometimes listeners) share a particularly interesting recording from their collections, and explain why they admire it.
Sample episodes (in low-res):
Out to Lunch, Eric Dolphy, presented by Mark Borowik 30 July 2022
The Incredible String Band: its 1968 output, presented by Peter Monaghan 23 July 2022
Australian Wind Symphony: Engaging Live, presented by Geoff Grey, artistic director 13 May 2022
Malcolm McNeill, leading New Zealand jazz singer: Skylark: 18 Songs of Hoagy Carmichael 7 May 2022
Paul Giger: Alpstein 16 April 2022
Kondakarla Music Hour #3 9 April 2022
Welcome back to the third session of The Kondakarla Music Hour. Your host, Kavya O’Connor. Today, some Bollywood songs, many based on Western popular songs. The songs appear in popular movies. Here are today’s songs, and links to videos of them.
1. “I Am a Disco Dancer,” from the movie: “Disco Dancer.” Music director Bappi Lahiri, singer Vijay Benedict.
2. “Jaan Pehchan Ho” (“Get to Know”) from the movie Gumnaam (1965). Music by Shankar Jaikishan, singer Mohammad Rafi.
3. “Ek Chatur Naar” (“One smart lady”) from movie “Padosan” (1968). Music by R.D Burman; singers Kishore Kumar and Mannaday.
4. “Koi Yaha Nache Nache, Koi wahan Nache nache” (“Someone dances here, someone dances there”). Music by Bappi Lahiri, singer Usha Utthup.
5. “Made in India” by Alisha Chinnai.
6. “Baar Baar Dekho Hazaar Baar Dekho” from the movie “China Town” 1962. Singer Mohammad Rafi (actor Shammi Kapoor).
7. “Jawani Jaane man, haseen diluba” from the movie “Namak Halal.” Music director Bappi Lahari, singer Asha Bhosle.
8. “Koi Nahi Tere Jaisa” from the movie “Keemat,” music by Rajesh Roshan, singers Abhijeet Udit Narayan and Hema.
9. “Mere Rang Mein Rangne Wali” from the movie “Maine Pyar Kiya.” Singer Balasubramanyam.
10. To end the show, an epic parody of Michel Jackson’s song “Thriller” in a Telugu song “Golimar” from the movie “Donga.” Singer Balasubramanyam.
Art Blakey: Moanin’ 26 February 2022, presented by Mark Borowik
Teodossi Spassov: Welkya 18 December 2021
Kondakarla Music Hour #2 27 November 2021
Folk songs from Andhra Pradesh and Telangana
Esquerita – the “queerblack” chitlin’ circuit rocker without whom Little Richard might never have blossomed. 21 November 2012
Kondakarla Music Hour 23 October 2021
Songs from Telugu movies in this program:
- “Bore bore chaduvu” by S. P. Balasubrahmanyam & P. Susheela from the film Raogari illu by Tharani Rao (1988) featuring Akkineni Nageswara Rao, Jayasudha, and Revathi
- “Raagamayee rave,” lyrics Malladi Ramakrishna Sastry, sung by Ghantasala garu, from the film Jayabheri (1959)
- “Ose Ramulamma” (1997) title song, lyrics by C. Narayana Reddy, sung by Vandemataram Srinivas & Swarnalatha
- “Jayammu Nischayammura” from the movie Jayammu Nischayammu Raa (“Victory is Certain,” 1989) sung by S. P. Balasubrahmanyam & Chitra
- “Ee nallani rallalo” from Amarasilpi Jakkana (1963), lyrics by C. Narayana Reddy, sung by Ghantasala
- “Chinni Chinni Aasa Chinnadaani Asa,” from the movie Roja (1992, composed by AR Rahman)
- “I am a good girl” from Little Soldiers (1996) by by Gangaraju Gunnam, sung by Deepika & Vishnukanth
- “Kanne Pillavani kannulunnavani,” from Aakali Raajyam (Kingdom of Hunger, 1981), lyrics by Aatreya, sung by S. P. Balasubrahmanyam & S. Janaki
- “Vivaha Bhojanammu” from “Maya Bazaar” (1957) — score by Ghantasala, lyrics by Pingali Nagendrarao sung by Madhavapeddi Satyam
- “Botany Patamundi,” from Siva, lyrics by S. P. Sailaja, sung by S. P. Balasubrahmanyam
- “Godari Gattundi Gattu Meeda,” from Mooga Manasulu (Adurthi Subba Rao, 1964), sung by P. Susheela, lyrics by Dasaradhi
- “Eruvaka Sagalao,” from Rojulu Marayi (1955), sung by Jikki, lyrics by Tapi Dharma Rao
John Coltrane’s Giant Steps 16 October 21
eden ahbez, “Nature Boy” 14 August 2021
Sacred Steel 29 May 2021.
Magnetic Fields: i. 22 May 2021.
Col. Bruce Hampton, ret. & The Aquarium Rescue Unit: self-titled. 15 May 2021.
Sonny Simmons: Ancient Ritual. 8 May 2021.
Anderson-Ponty Band: Better Late Than Never. 1 May 2021.
Rob Thomsett: Yaraandoo. 24 April 2021.