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Adi Meyerson, Lee "Scratch" Perry, Giovanni Falzone, Vinícius Cantuária & New Releases


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Variety is the spice of jazz, and there's plenty to be found here, from Adi Meyerson's compelling project inspired by Japanese visual artist Yayoi Kusama, to the cinematic music of Slowly Rolling Camera and WiFi CaBel, to the doom jazz of Lee "Scratch" Perry's Guide to the Universe and the touching tribute to Tomasz Stanko by Giovanni Falzone and Glauco Venier.

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  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Adi Meyerson "Kabocha" I Want to Sing My Heart Out in Praise of Life (AM) 01:16
  • Host talks 7:20
  • Giovanni Falzone, Glauco Venier "Song for Tomasz" Dialogo espressivo (Parco della Musica) 8:31
  • Host talks 15:37
  • WiFi CaBel "Thionville" Unplugged (CAM) 16:54
  • Slowly Rolling Camera "The Afternoon of Human Life" Where the Streets Lead (Edition) 22:39
  • Host talks 29:33
  • Jesse Harris, Vinicius Cantuaria "Colibri (feat. Bill Frisell)" Surpresa (Sunnyside) 31:01
  • New Age Doom & Lee "Scratch" Perry "Life Is an Experiment" Lee "Scratch" Perry's Guide to the Universe (We Are Busy Bodies) 35:31
  • Bob Mintzer, NDR Big Band "Whack" Soundscapes (Jazzline) 40:28
  • Host talks 47:42
  • Michele Tino "Chiasma" Belle Epoque (Auand) 49:52
Photo credit: Ronald Stewart

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