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2018 New Releases and upcoming concerts

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In this episode of Mondo Jazz we preview unreleased music as well as interesting releases that will be published in the coming months. We also look into Swiss, Finnish, and French approaches to quintessentially United Statesian music genres like Hip-Hop, Jazz and Americana, which travelled to Europe and got local. We also feature Darrell Grant's and Herbie Hancock's tributes to Martin Luther King. Last but not least, a preview of the intriguing Ned Rothenberg, Erik Friedlander, Ami Yamasaki live debut performance at Planeta in NYC.

Playlist

  • Raoul Bjorkenheim "Surf Bird" from Doors of Perception (Cuneiform) 0:00
  • Host talks 4:30
  • Raoul Bjorkenheim "Elemental" from Doors of Perception (Cuneiform) 6:40
  • Adam Nussbaum "Sure Would Baby" from The Lead Belly Project (Sunnyside) 12:23
  • Danny Fox Trio "Jewish Cowboy (the Real Josh Geller)" from The Great Nostalgist (Hot Cup) 17:27
  • Host talks 21:44
  • Yellow Bird "Apple Tree" from Edda Lou (Enja) 24:54
  • Sylvie Courvoisier "Bourgeois Spider" from D'Agala (Intakt) 28:27
  • Florian Egli's Weird Beard "Orientation" from Orientation (Intakt) 35:58
  • Host talks 42:26
  • Nicole Johaenntgen "Steve's Organ Groove" from 20 (Self-released) 44:53
  • Porta Palace Collective, Rob Mazurek "Itineraries" from Stone (Rudi) 51:15
  • Joshua Gerowitz "Smooth as Ice" from "Solano Canyon (PfMentum) 57:50
  • Host talks 1:03:18
  • Ned Rothenberg, Ernst Reijseger, Ami Yamasaki "Improvisation 1" (Unreleased -courtesy of Ned Rothenberg, Ernst Reijseger, Ami Yamasaki) 1:07:20
  • Claudio Fasoli "Difference of Emphasis" from Seasons (Unreleased -courtesy of Claudio Fasoli) 1:14:30
  • Host talks 1:22:25
  • Dave Douglas, Frank Woeste "Danger Dancer" from Dada People (Greenleaf) 1:24:40
  • MC Solaar "Qui sème le vent récolte le tempo" from Qui sème le vent récolte le tempo (Musicrama) 1:29:59
  • Thiefs "I Live in Fear" from Graft (Jazz&People) 1:34:13
  • Darrell Grant "I Shall Believe" from Truth and reconciliation (Origin) 1:39:17
  • Host talks 1:44:08
  • Herbie Hancock "I Have a Dream" from The Prisoner (Blue Note) 1:48:00

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