Kick your shoes off and transport yourself around the globe with part two of Wet Jazz selection by artist Maisie Broome aka MYFAWNWY:
Evening Colours, Laurence Vanay 1975
Bikini Atoll, Grace Slick 1984
Doce Vampiro, Rita Lee 1979
Intrigue, Marianne Faithfull 1981
Hammond Song, The Roches 1979
András, Márta Sebestyén 1996
Kungo Sogoni, Nahawa Doumbia 2011 (re-release, original recording date unknown)
I'm on Top, Otha 2018
Huos Haenuy Bong (It's too Late), Poev Vanary 2014 (re-release, original recording date unknown)
She Talks to Rainbows, Ronnie Spector 2015
I Wouldn't Dream Of It, Joyce Heath 1961
I Love You So, Sonya Spence 1978
Take Me With You, Lyn Christopher 1973
The Lie Of Love, Cristina 1984
Me Her, Christine Bougie 2019
Published April 24, 2020
To help you relax / feel inspired / block out the din of quarantine-mates, here's the first of two dreamy playlists courtesy of artist Maisie Broome aka MYFAWNWY.
Enjoy this selection of Maisie's favorites from Wet Jazz, her weekly radio show celebrating obscure and under-recognized women-identifying musicians from around the world. You can hear it live at 8pm every Thursday on KPISS.FM.
Smoke Machine, Dear Reader 2018
You're the One, Yoko Ono 1984
Sun in My Eyes, Sally Oldfield 1978
Moonlight Shadow, Annie Haslam 1989
Move Your Body Close to Me, Dana Gillespie 1988
Dance of Eagle, Sainkho Namtchylak 2000
Facades, Barbara Morgenstern and Julia Kent 2015
Patterns, Suse Millemann 2018 (re-recording of original from 1991)
Ancora Tu, Róisín Murphy 2014
Ayrilik Olsa Bile, Esmeray 1974
The Magic, Joan As Police Woman, 2011
Woman Is a Word, Empress Of 2016
Afro Blue, Melanie De Biasio 2017
Les copains (d'Anne Laplantine), Anne Laplantine 2013
Dous, Yasmine Hamdan, 2017
Published April 17, 2020
Recorded on March 8, 2020 in honor of International Women’s Day.
As an annual WiS tradition, community members sang Pauline Oliveros' Tuning Meditation.
Led by sound and movement artist Melodie Stancato.
Recorded on March 8, 2019 in honor of International Women’s Day. Musician Cassandra Jenkins led WiS community members in a Tuning Meditation by composer Pauline Oliveros.