2020 Winter JazzFest: New Projects and Out-of-Towners - Part I

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The 2020 edition of the Winter JazzFest has just begun. This week we feature music by some of the most interesting bands from out of town who will be at the JazzFest, and new or unreleased material that will be on display on the stages of the JazzFest. Of special interest yet-unreleased material by Ted Poor, Kevin Eubanks & Orrin Evans and a unique reimagining of the work of Gil Scott-Heron by Makaya McCraven.

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  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Amendola vs. Blades "Hambela" Everybody Wins (Royal Potato Family) 0:16
  • Host talks 5:49
  • Ted Poor "Push Pull" You Already Know (Impulse!) 8:42
  • Nduduzo Makhathini "You're in Chains Too" Reflections (Gundu) 11:27
  • Orrin Evans, Kevin Eubanks "Feed the Fire" Eubanks-Evans-Experience (Imani) 15:55
  • Kokoroko "Abusey Junction" KOKOROKO -EP (Brownswood) 19:07
  • Host talks 26:07
  • MAE.SUN "Change" Vol. 2: Into the Flow (Calmit) 28:39
  • Dominique Fils-Aimé "Some Body" Stay Tuned! (EnSoul) 34:40
  • Anne Paceo "Nehanda" Bright Shadows (LABORIE Jazz) 38:39
  • Host talks 43:19
  • Gil Scott-Heron & Makaya McCraven "Where Did the Night Go" We're New Again -A Reimagining by Makaya McCraven (XL Recordings) 46:28
  • Tin Men and the Telephone "Elmo Erdogan" World Domination Part One: Furie (Roem) 49:00
  • Host talks 55:48
  • Sarathy Korwar "Bol " More Arriving (The Leaf Label) 57:46
  • Uri Caine "Change" The Passion of Octavius Catto (816) 1:06:54
  • Host talks 1:10:11
  • Ron Artis II & the Truth "Walk That Walk" Soul Street (Self-released) 1:11:53

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