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Saturday, September 24th

sounds of Buenos Aires

Juana Molina, live (performance begins at 5:15), Buenos Aires (Argentina), 9/23/22

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lagniappe

random sights

other day, Chicago (Columbus Park)

Monday, August 15th

sounds of Argentina

Juana Molina (1961-, voice, guitar), “Eras” (J. Molina), live, Mexico City, 2020

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lagniappe

random sights

a while ago, Copper Harbor, Michigan (Lake Superior)

Friday, May 1st

sounds of Buenos Aires

Juana Molina (vocals, guitar, compositions), live (“Un Día Punk,” “Eras,” “Estalacticas”), Mexico City, 3/7/20

 

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random sights

yesterday, Oak Park, Ill.

Thursday, March 26th

sounds of Buenos Aires

Juana Molina (1961-, compositions, vocals, guitar), live (studio), Seattle, 2017

 

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lagniappe

random sights

yesterday, Oak Park, Ill.

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reading table

A cicada shell;
it sang itself
utterly away.

—Matsuo Basho (1644-1694), translated from Japanese by Robert Hass

Saturday, December 14th

sounds of Ecuador and all over

Nicola Cruz (DJ), live, Argentina (Iguazú Falls), published 12/12/19

 

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lagniappe

random sights

yesterday, Chicago

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reading table

We’d rather have the iceberg than the ship,
although it meant the end of travel.

—Elizabeth Bishop (1911-1979), from “The Imaginary Iceberg”

Wednesday, November 6th

sounds of Buenos Aires

Sol Ortega (DJ), live, Buenos Aires, 2018

 

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lagniappe

random sights

yesterday, Chicago

Friday, October 5th

what’s new

Many do a lot with a lot, few so much with so little.

Juana Molina, “Sin Dones,” live, Barcelona, 9/14/18

 

Wednesday, September 12th

sounds of Argentina

Juana Molina, “Cosoco,” New York, 2017

 

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lagniappe

random sights

yesterday, Chicago (Columbus Park)

Tuesday, February 13th

what’s new

Juana Molina, “Sin Dones,” live, Netherlands (Utrecht), 1/17/18 (published; recorded 11/17)

 

Thursday, August 13th

sounds of Argentina

Astor Piazzolla (1921-1992), live,* Montreal (Montreal Jazz Festival), 1984


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lagniappe

random thoughts

With the way the Cubs are playing, taking twelve of their last thirteen, what could be more beautiful than baseball?

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Here’s something from last night’s game—first baseman Anthony Rizzo.

After conferring, the umpires reversed the call, ruling this an out.

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*AP, bandoneon, compositions; Pablo Ziegler, piano; Fernando Suarez Paz, violin; Oscar Lopez Ruiz, guitar; Hector Console, bass.

Set list:
1.Lunfardo
2.Muerte Del Angel
3.Resurreccion Del Angel
4.Tristeza De Un Doble A
5.Adios Nonino
6.Chin Chin
7.Otono Porteno (from The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires)

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