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This week all new sounds:
Jacksonville Florida Jazz Collective Madre Vaca interpret the music of Franz Schubert with their take on the Winterreise song cycle. Another release from the new label 9donkeys with a live recording of Tim Berne, David Torn and Ches Smith as Sun of Goldfinger. A stunning new album of jazz orchestra compositions and arrangements, played by some of Australia's finest musicians, from Melbourne based composer Vanessa Perica. A remarkable live recording by Massimo Magee, Joshua Weitzel and Tim Green. Plus new albums and singles from Jim Black, Greg Ward, Mathias Lundqvist and John Blevins' Matterhorn
Madre Vaca "Good Night" from Winterreise (Madre Vaca) 00:00
David Torn, Tim Berne, Ches Smith "Bat Tears" from Sun of Goldfinger (Congratulations to You) (7donkeys/Screwgun) 08:09
Greg Ward "Willie G" from 85bears (ears&eyes) 22:23
Jim Black Trio "Astrono Said No" from Reckon (Intakt) 30:14
Mathias Lundqvist "A Cautionary Tale" from Modern Behaviour (Behind the Beat) 36:22
Vanessa Perica Orchestra "Spaccanapoli" from Love Is A Temporary Madness (Self Released) 42:48
John Blevins' Matterhorn "The Aggregate Loss of Possibility" from The Aggregate Loss of Possibility (ears&eyes) 52:45
Madre Vaca "Frozen" from Winterreise (Madre Vaca) 1:00:00
Greg Ward "William Perry" from 85bears (ears&eyes) 1:04:17
Mathias Lundqvist "The Protocol" from Modern Behaviour (Behind The Beat) 1:10:41
Vanessa Perica Orchestra "Dance of the Zinfandels" from Love Is a Temporary Madness (Self Released) 1:15:26
Madre Vaca "The Crow" from Winterreise (Madre Vaca) 1:22:18
Greg Ward "Soldiers Feel" from 85bears (ears&eyes) 1:29:06
Mathias Lundqvist "Look at Me" from Modern Behaviour (Behind The Beat) 1:34:15
Vanessa Perica Orchestra "Love Is a Temporary Madness" from Love Is a Temporary Madness (Self Released) 1:39:34
Massimo Magee, Joshua Weitzel & Tim Green "Barolo Bop" from Live at Salon Villa Plagwitz (Orbit577) 1:46:12
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