The Hear and Now

The Hear and Now presents Patrice Haan and Tony Marcus live

Playlist

On Saturday, Jan. 11 at 8 p.m., at Piedmont Piano Company in Oakland, Patrice Haan throws a CD release party for her new album of harp-and-piano accompanied songs, “We Must Be Arrows.” Tonight, on “The Hear and Now,” hosted by Derk Richardson, Haan offers a preview of that concert, performing live in the KPFA performance room on harp, piano, and vocals, joined by guitarist Tony Marcus. (They were last heard on “The Hear and Now” as Leftover Dreams.) Tune in at 10 p.m. for live music and interview patter. 

Playlist

Artist
Song
Album
Label
Show Start
Intro Theme: Van Morrison and Lambchop mashup
The Yardbirds (Jimmy Page's 70th birthday)
White Summer
The Yardbirds Ultimate!
Rhino
Patrice Haan with Tony Marcus
Six songs--Ten Silver Hairs, Since You're Away, Wake Up, Penelope, Mrs. Collinson's Piano, The Tree's Song--plus interview.
Live in the KPFA Performance Studio (Tony Ferro producing)
n.a.
Patrice Haan
We Must Be Arrows
We Must Be Arrows
Tuxedo Records
Tumbleweed Wanderers
Everyday People
Undercover Presents Sly & the Family Stone's Stand!
Undercover Presents/Faultline Studios
Amiri Baraka (RIP: Oct. 7, 1934-Jan. 9, 2014)
Who Will Survive America
Listen, Whitey! The Sounds of Black Power 1967-1974
Light in the Attic Records
Yusef Lateef (RIP: Oct. 9, 1920-Dec. 23, 2013)
A Long Time Ago
Every Village Has a Song: The Yusef Lateef Anthology
Rhino
Matthew Shipp (with trumpeter Roy Campbell, Jr., RIP: Sep. 29, 1952-Jan. 9, 2013))
Pastoral Composure
Pastoral Composure
Thirsty Ear
The Yardbirds
Think About It
The Yardbirds Ultimate!
Rhino
Traffic
No Time to Live
Traffic
Island
Lisa Sangita Moskow w/ Hermann Buhler and Geoffrey Gordon
Ozone
Sojourn
Dreamscape Music
John Fahey
The Portland Cement Factory at Monmouth, California
Days Have Gone By
Takoma
Van Morrison
Crazy Love (Mono Mix)
Moondance (Expanded)
Warner Bros.
Bill Callahan
Winter Road
Dream River
Drag City

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