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2019 Winter JazzFest: The Out of Towners

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New York may have the highest density of daily jazz performances in the world, but they mostly feature the countless, and very busy, musicians that belong to the local scene. The Winter JazzFest has traditionally offered a very welcome opportunity to check out acts that rarely perform in the big apple. These are bands that come either from abroad or from Chicago. This week we focus on some of the most interesting "Out of Towners" from the 2019 Winter JazzFest Weekend Marathon.

  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Ezra Collective "Juan Pablo" from Juan Pablo: The Philosopher (Enter The Jungle) 0:17
  • Host talk 0:00
  • Florian Pellissier Quintet "South Beach" from Bijou voyou caillou (Heavenly Sweetness) 7:10
  • Camille Bertault "Je M'Suis Fait Tout P'tit" from Pas de géant (Okeh
  • 13:58
  • Nubya Garcia "Source" from When We Are (Nyasha) 17:26
  • Host talk 26:15
  • Yosvany Terry, Baptiste Trotignon "The French Quarter" from Ancestral Memories (Okeh) 29:25
  • Jacques Schwarz-Bart "Ma Nishtana" from Hazzan (Yellowbird) 33:51
  • Mathias Eick "Ravensburg" from Ravensburg (ECM) 38:22
  • Host talk 43:52
  • Makaya McCraven "Atlantic Black" from Universal Beings (International Anthem) 46:02
  • Ben LaMar Gay "Miss Nealie Burns" from Downtown Castles Can Never Block the Sun (International Anthem) 55:11
  • Joshua Abrams "Maroon Dune" from Simultonality (Eremite) 57:57
  • Host talk 1:06:57
  • Ezra Collective "Colonial Mentality" from Chapter 7 + Juan Pablo: The Philosopher (Inpartmaint) 1:08:24
  • Ezra Collective "Space Is the Place" from Juan Pablo: The Philosopher (Enter the Jungle) 1:15:48
  • Camille Bertault "Comptes de fées" from Pas de géant (Version deluxe) (Okeh) 1:21:20
  • Camille Bertault "Arbre ravéologique" from Pas de géant (Okeh) 1:24:08
  • Host talk 1:28:10
  • Florian Pellissier Quintet "Boca (feat. Anthony Joseph)" from Bijou voyou caillou (Heavenly Sweetness) 1:29:29
  • Florian Pellissier Quintet "Fuck with the Police" from Bijou voyou caillou (Heavenly Sweetness) 1:37:06
  • Nubya Garcia "When We Are" from When We Are -EP (Nyasha) 1:40:35
  • Host talk 1:53:35
  • Jacques Schwarz-Bart "Oseh shalom" from Hazzan (Yellowbird) 1:55:29
  • Yosvany Terry, Baptiste Trotignon "Basta La Biguine" from Ancestral Memories (Okeh) 2:02:21


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