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A mixed bag of great new sounds. After last year's successful big band outing, Blue Soul, guitarist Dave Stryker is back with his hard-driving, deep grooving B3 organ group on his new recording—Baker's Circle. The Tania Giannouli Trio's unique sounds have been described as Manfred Eicher's dream of a Mediterranean holiday. Tom Swafford and Zachary Swanson deliver a fascinating exploratory free improvisation project. The debut album of Joe Lovano's Trio Tapestry was one of 2019's most talked-about releases. This musical concept is taken to the next level on its amazing second album, Garden of Expression. Japanese pianist/composer Aki Takase fronts a newly formed trio project, Auge, featuring Swiss bassist Christian Weber and German drummer Michael Griener, The ground breaking French label Circum-Disc delivers two great new albums of genre bending jazz.

Playlist

  • Dave Stryker "Tough" from Baker's Circle (Strikezone Records) 00:00
  • Tania Giannouli Trio "Labyrinth" from In Fading Light (Rattle Records) 08:49
  • Tom Swafford & Zachary Swanson "Flint Adze" from Scythe Paths Through The Nettles (Self Released) 15:08
  • Joe Lovano Trio Tapestry "Chapel Song" from Garden of Expression (ECM Records) 21:32
  • Aki Takase, Christian Weber, Michael Griener "The Pillow Book" from Auge (Intakt Records) 27:48
  • More Soma "God A" from Hondendodendans (Circum-Disc) 34:46
  • Dave Stryker "Baker's Circle" from Baker's Circle (Strikezone Records) 44:21
  • Tania Giannouli Trio "When Then" from In Fading Light (Rattle Records) 48:32
  • Joe Lovano Trio Tapestry "Garden of Expression" from Garden of Expression (ECM Records) 52:40
  • Tom Swafford & Zachary Swanson "Shoulder Yoke" from Scythe Paths Through The Nettles (Self Released) 1:00:43
  • Aki Takase, Christian Weber, Michael Griener "Face of the Bass" from Auge (Intakt Records) 1:05:42
  • _UnK "Andrinople" from NoW (Circum-Disc) 1:12:06
  • Dave Stryker "Trouble (No.2)" from Baker's Circle (Strikezone Records) 1:22:45
  • Tania Giannouli Trio "Hinemoa's Lament" from In Fading Light (Rattle Records) 1:29:15
  • Tom Swafford & Zachary Swanson "Dark Carlyle" from Scythe Paths Through The Nettles (Self Released) 1:38:12
  • Joe Lovano Trio Tapestry "Zen Like" from Garden of Expression (ECM Records) 1:42:57
  • Aki Takase, Christian Weber, Michael Griener "Who's Going To Bell The Cat?/Are Eyes Open?" from Auge (Intakt Records) 1:54:03

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