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Matana Roberts, the Organ in Jazz, and New Releases

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This week a focus on Matana Roberts, a preview of the new album from Dave Douglas, other new releases and a focus on the organ, Hammond and otherwise, in jazz.

Playlist

  • Dave Douglas "Showing Up" from Engage (Greenleaf) 00:00
  • Chicago Edge Ensemble "A Pontificators Tale" from Insidious Anthem (Trost) 08:31
  • Matana Roberts, Josh Abrams, Chad Taylor "Hannibul" from Sticks and Stones (482 Music) 17:27
  • Matana Roberts "Love Call" from The Chicago Project (Central Control International) 24:50
  • Matana Roberts "Pieces of We" from Live in London (Central Control International) 36:26
  • Matana Roberts, Sam Shalabi, Nicolas Caloia "Galena" from Feldspar (Tour De Bras) 47:11
  • Chicago Edge Ensemble "Caustic Premise" from Insidious Anthem (Trost) 55:39
  • Trinom3 "Peter Lorre" from Just a Bit Further (Cellar Live) 1:07:51
  • Daniel Carter "Seed" from Unanimity (Unanimity) 1:13:47
  • Alex Norris Organ Quartet "Extension Deadline" from Extension Deadline (BJU Records) 1:23:20
  • Chris Lightcap Bigmouth "Nine South" from Epicenter (Clean Feed) 1:30:35
  • Ben Haugland "When Day Met Night" from A Million Dreams (Ben Haugland/Dazzle Records) 1:38:41
  • Bob Sheppard "Close Your Eyes" from Close Your Eyes (BFM Jazz) 1;46:50
  • Chicago Edge Ensemble "Upstream Brotherhood" from Insidious Anthem (Trost) 1:54:16

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