A tribute to Eddie Gale plus a mix of old and new releases

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On this show a tribute to trumpeter, Sun Ra alum, and musical educator Eddie Gale who recently passed away. Also featured, the second album in the Catalytic Artist Album fundraising series from the Erotic Winds trio Joe McPhee with Joe Giardullo and John Howard. As well as some other new releases and archive cuts there is further exploration of the recordings of Italian Saxophonist Felice Clemente.


  • Steve Cardenas "Lost and Found" from Blue Has a Range (Sunnyside) 00:00
  • Erotic Winds "Erotic Winds Take 1/2" from Erotic Winds (Catalytic Sound) 07:29
  • Carlo Uboldi, Felice Clemente "My Princess "To Sara Lucia" from Introspective (Music Center) 16:14
  • Eddie Gale "The Rain" from Eddie Gale's Ghetto Music (Blue Note) 23:42
  • Eddie Gale Inner Peace Orchestra "Love Understanding" from Inner Peace Suite 2 (Life Force Records) 30:07
  • Eddie Gale "It Must Be You" from Black Rhythm Happening (Blue Note) 41:28
  • Erotic Winds "Dirty Talker" from Erotic Winds (Catalytic Sound) 47:30
  • Antonio Farao "Medea" from Takes on Pasolini (C.A.M. Jazz) 52:42
  • Carlo Uboldi, Felice Clemente "Introspective" from Introspective (Music Center) 1:00:00
  • Antonio Farao "Something" from Domi (Cristal Records) 1:09:18
  • Al McLean, Azar Lawrence "Crescent" from Conduit (Intocus) 1:14:23
  • Carlo Uboldi, Felice Clemente "Versace on the Floor" from Introspective (Music Center) 1:28:48
  • Erotic Winds "Seduction Take 1" from Erotic Winds (Catalytic Sound) 1:33:28
  • Joe McPhee, Dave Rempis, Tomeka Reid, Brandon Lopez, Paal Nilssen-Love "Osel" from Of Things Beyond Thule Vol 2 (Aerophonic Records) 1:41:54

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