A focus on Nate Wooley

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This time around we focus on trumpeter Nate Wooley. This episode also features a couple of tracks from Fabian Arends and a selection of recent releases and archive cuts.


  • Ryan Keberle & Catharsis "Para Volar" from The Hope I Hold (Greenleaf) 00:00
  • Jeong Lim Yang "Moon Tethered" from Déjà Vu (Fresh Sound New Talent) 07:05
  • Sarathy Korwar "City of Words (feat. TRAP POJU & Mirande)" from More Arriving (Leaf) 13:55
  • Nate Wooley Sextet "Plow" from (Sit In) The Throne of Friendship (Clean Feed) 26:09
  • Josh Berman, Paul Lytton, Jason Roebke "Short Piece from Cafe Mir" from Trio Correspondences (Astral Spirits) 32:45
  • Burton Greene "Anything That Ain't Yes, Get Rid of It" from Life's Intense Mystery (Astral Spirits) 38:24
  • Fabian Arends Quartet "Pulsar" from Levitate (Klaeng Records) 45:00
  • Izumi Kimura, Barry Guy, Gerry Hemingway "Blue Horizon" from Illuminated Silence (Fundacja Słuchaj) 49:05
  • John Zorn "Fatal Sunrise" from Nosferatu (Tzadik) 55:26
  • Nate Wooley, Daniele Martini, Joao Luis Lobo "In China One Moonless Night" from Legacy of Ashes (Creative Sources) 1:00:00
  • Rich Halley "Terra Incognita" from Terra Incognita (Pine Eagle Records) 1:05:02
  • Fabian Arends, David Helm "Not Yet" from Fosterchild (Tangible Music) 1:12:43
  • Jeff Cosgrove, Matthew Shipp, William Parker "Last Steps, First" from Near Disaster (Grizzley Music) 1:19:12
  • Daniel Carter, Chris Welcome, Shayna Dulberger, John McLellan "Third Afternoon" from Singular (Empty Room) 1:28:48
  • Darren Barrett "C Minor Joint" from Deelings (J Curve) 1:34:19
  • Zach Rowden, Jarrett Gilgore, Ian Mccolm "The Push" from First Lapse (Raw Tonk) 1:44:38
  • Nate Wooley Quintet "Skain's Domain" from (Dance To) The Early Music (Clean Feed) 1:48:35
  • Anna Webber "Third Floor People" from Third Floor People 1:56:38

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