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Aksel Rönning Trio, Blue Reality Quartet & Ches Smith’s We All Break

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Like Haitian-drums? Drummer Ches Smith does and he taps into the Voudo rhythm and spirit of Haiti on his new Path Of Seven Colors. Like Bob Dylan's music? The German quartet Absolutely Sweet Marie tackles nothing but; their third volume, Wherever You Roam, is just out and there are a some tunes from that featured. What about something new, like the Norwegian Trio led by saxophonist, Aksel Rønning? He shows he has chops and ideas on his new ART. There's much more in this edition of One Man's Jazz including Jen Shyu's very personal new release on Pi Records.

Playlist

  • Wako "Trakterrer Du Musikk" from Live In Oslo (Ora) 00:00
  • Host speaks 10:13
  • Blue Reality Quartet "East Side Dilemma" from Blue Reality Quartet (Mahakala) 12:24
  • Blue Reality Quartet "Coney Island Funk" from Blue Reality Quartet (Mahakala) 21:09
  • Leon Thomas "Shape Your Mind To Die" from Blues And The Soulful Truth (Flying Dutchman) 26:46
  • Host speaks 32:02
  • Absolutely Sweet Marie"The Times They Are A Changing" from Wherever You Roam (Tiger Moon) 33:39
  • Absolutely Sweet Marie "Gates Of Eden" from Wherever You Roam (Tiger Moon) 38:32
  • Absolutely Sweet Marie "The Mighty Quinn" from Wherever You Roam (Tiger Moon) 42:10
  • Aki Takase, Christian Weber & Michael Greiner "Face Of The Bass" from Auge (Intakt) 44:49
  • Host speaks 51:13
  • Dave Douglas "Good Travel For John Lewis" from Overcome (Greenleaf) 52:29
  • Mikko Innanen, Cedric Piromalli & Stefan Pasborg "Is This It?" from This Is It (Clean Feed) 59:35
  • Dominique Pifarély "La Nuit Ravie Part I" from Nocturnes (Clean Feed) 1:06:30
  • Dominique Pifarély Quartet "La Nuit Ravie Part II" from Nocturnes (Clean Feed) 1:08:57
  • André Fernandes "Sadcess" from Kinetic (Clean Feed) 1:11:16
  • Jonas Cambien Trio "1 Million Happy Locusts" from Nature Hath Painted The Body (Clean Feed) 1:19:19
  • Host speaks 1:24:39
  • Ches Smith's We All Break "Raw Urbane" from Path Of Seven Colors (Pyroclastic) 1:28:10
  • Ches Smith's We All Break "Here's The Light" from Path Of Seven Colors (Pyroclastic) 1:35:09
  • Vernacular "The Voodoo Runs Rafiq Down" from The Little Bird (Astral Spirits) 1:44:10
  • Host speaks 1:51:05
  • Alchemy Sound Project "The Fountain" from Afrika Love (Artists Recording Collective) 1:52:54
  • Nicole Johänntgen "Fahrtwind" from III (Self-released) 1:59:44
  • Host speaks 2:05:01
  • Aksel RönningTrio "Bass Intro" from ART (Ora) 2:06:30
  • Aksel Rönning Trio "A Turtle's Shell" from ART (Ora) 2:08:45
  • Adam Pieronczyk & Anthony Joseph "The Golden Shovel -Four Poems" from Migratory Poets (For Tune) 2:13:56
  • Adam Pieronczyk & Anthony Joseph "Poem For Franklin Rosemont" from Migratory Poets (For Tune) 2:23:36
  • Host speaks 2:29:25
  • Jen Shyu"Father Slipped Into Eternal Dream" from Zero Grasses: Ritual For Losses (Pi) 2:31:33
  • Tomasz Stanko "Balladyna" from Balladyna (ECM) 2:38:07
  • Village Zone "Asphere" from Saluti A Peppino (Jazzhausmusik) 2:46:01
  • Host speaks 2:52:41
  • Dave Holland "Bring It Back Home" from Another Land (Edition) 2:53:37

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