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Adam Pieronczyk, Francisco Mela & R.I.P. Jerry Granelli

Maurice Hogue BY

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An intriguing track by saxophonist Adam Pieronczyk on a compilation of Polish jazz artists, 12 or so years back, ushered me into the current Polish scene, and I've been enjoying it since. Adam's latest features guitarist Jean-Paul Bourelly. drummer Francisco Mela was mentored by {m: McCoy Tyner}} so he's honouring that important relationship with a three-album release. While the pianist will change on each album, bassist William Parker will be a constant on Music Frees Our Souls. Matthew Shipp is at the keys for Volume 1. There's a peek at the Vancouver scene, past and present, and a tribute to drummer Jerry Granelli, a man I came to know and respect for his contributions to creative music. You'll be missed, brother. Another drummer—Alvin Fielder—who left us too soon closes this one with a track from The Very Cup Of Trembling.

Playlist

  • Bugpowder "Times Square" from Hard Tennis (Trytone) 00:00
  • Bugpowder "Song for Che" from Hard Tennis (Trytone) 04:50
  • Host speaks 11:06
  • Francisco Mela "Infinite Consciousness" from Music Frees Our Souls Vol 1 (577 Records) 12:59
  • Nortonk "Quat" from Nortonk (Biophilia) 30:03
  • Mario Pavone Dialect Trio "Philosophy Series" from Blue Vertical (Out Of Your Head) 35:04
  • Host speaks 41:21
  • Adam Pieronczyk "Signal and Noise" from I'll Colour Around It (Self-released) 43:06
  • Adam Pieronczyk "The Vitruvian Man" from I'll Colour Around It (Self-released) 53:23
  • Danilo Gallo & Alberto Dipace "Thanks Cecil" from Collera City (Aut) 59:09
  • Danilo Gallo & Marco Colonna "Track 3" from Angelica (Self-released) 1:08:01
  • Osmiza "Brian Had A Little Plate" from Pulp Gossip (Jazz Engine) 1:14:03
  • Host speaks 1:20:25
  • Federico Isasti "Cierre De Oficio" from Imago (Ears&Eyes) 1:22:57
  • Barry Altschul 3-Dom Factor "Long Tall Sunshine" from Long Tall Sunshine (NotTwo) 1:29:22
  • Anansi Trio "Liberia " from Calling (Self-released) 1:35:06
  • Michael Bisio, Kirk Knuffke, Fred Lonberg-Holm "A Dog Likes To Gnaw On A Bone" from The Art Spirit (ESP-Disk) 1:40:52
  • Host speaks 1:49:50
  • Jerry Granelli "Coming Through Slaughter" from A Song I Thought I Heard Buddy Sing (Evidence) 1:52:58
  • John Korsrud's Hard Rubber Orchestra "Vancouver Vamp" from Rub Harder (Self-released) 2:02:13
  • Host speaks 2:08:03
  • Roger Baird & MuseArt "Blues Out" from Now You Hear It (Condition West) 2:09:56
  • Anna Webber "Idiom Part VI Movement I" from Idiom (Pi Recordings) 2:27:14
  • Host speaks 2:35:48
  • Jen Davidson, Spencer Schoening & Mike W.T. Allen "Track 2" from Untitled (Self-released) 2:36:52
  • Absolutely Sweet Marie "Cold Irons Bound" from Wherever You Roam (Tiger Moon) 2:41:31
  • Host speaks 2:46:22
  • Alvin Fielder "Brushstroke: Curvetime" from The Very Cup Of Trembling (Astral Spirits) 2:48:03

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