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Alan Braufman, Anteloper & Owl Xounds Exploding Galazy

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It's baseball season—sort of—so I guess you could say this episode of OMJ touches a lot of bases. The NY underground scene gets explored a bit via 70's Loft pioneer Alan Braufman who has a new release, while more recent practitioners of the outside get sampled—Owl Xounds Exploding Galaxy and Scurvy. Today's Jaimie Branch is here too with Anteloper. There's some Afro-Cuban/Yoruba music from England, no less, in the person of tenor player Kevin Haynes, while fellow Brit veteran Trevor Watts contributes his pandemic-response of solo music. A somewhat unusual pairing is that of German woodwind maestro Steffen Schorn with the Norwegian Wind Ensemble AND Brazilian icon Hermeto Pascoal. And, as always, plenty more representing the international scope of creative improvised music.

Playlist

  • Camila Nebbia Sexteto "La Distancia Entre Los Pasos" from A Veces La Luz De Lo Que Existe Resplandece Solamente A La Distancia (Kuai Music) 00:00
  • Camila Nebbia, Santiago Lamisovski & Andrés Elstein "Round Trip/Peace" from Caminar Sin Rumbo (Club Del Disco) 06:41
  • Host speaks 15:54
  • Alan Braufman "Sunrise" from The Fire Still Burns(The Control Group) 18:28
  • Kenneth Jimenez Trio "Pa' L Monte" from Triangulate the Landscape (Irazu) 22:49
  • FIDOqrtet "Tauru" from FIDOqrtet (Enna) 29:20
  • Host speaks 35:16
  • Liberty Ellman "The Sage" from Water Walkers (Pi) 36:34
  • Superposition "Ballad #3" from Superposition (We Jazz) 41:40
  • Vijay Anderson Quartet "La Placita" from Covers (Self-released) 48:19
  • Host speaks 52:24
  • Trevor Watts "I So Elated 5" from The Lockdown: Solos (Hi4Head) 54:08
  • Kevin Haynes Grupo Elegua "Oshogbo" from Ajo Se Po (Self-released) 59:19
  • Host speaks 1:13:44
  • Owl Xounds Exploding Galaxy "Cavernous Ode" from The Coalescence (ESP-Disk) 1:15:23
  • Carsten Dahl, Ole Morten Vågan, Ivars Arutyunyan "Prism" from Prism (Self-released) 1:24:20
  • Adam Caine Quartet "The Core" from Transmissions (No Business) 1:30:46
  • Host speaks 1:35:35
  • Scurvy "Inversions" from Fracture (Hi4Head) 1:37:00
  • Christophe Monniot "Shibuya" from Une Nouvelle Terre (Le Triton) 1:43:58
  • Host speaks 1:49:53
  • Steffen Schorn, Norwegian Wind Ensemble, Hermeto Pascoal "Risada De Felicidade" from Hermeto's Universe (Paschen) 1:51:19
  • Ben Zucker "Sixth Skin Pataforming" from Fifth Season (Amalgam) 1:59:03
  • Host speaks 2:05:48
  • Anteloper "Radar Radio" from Tour Beats Vol. 1 (International Anthem) 2:08:28
  • Abbey Rader Trio "Poise of Floating Clouds" from To Ignite the Fire (Abray) 2:14:41
  • Eivind Opsvik's Overseas "Extraterrestrial Tantrum" from Overseas Live 2002-2012 (Loyal Label) 2:20:53
  • Federico Marchesano "Atalante" from Atalante (Self-released) 2:29:06
  • Rudresh Mahanthappa "Dewey Square" from Hero Trio (Whirlwind) 2:35:06
  • Rudresh Mahanthappa "The Windup" from Hero Trio (Whirlwind) 2:37:45
  • Jeff Cosgrove Trio "Corn Meal Dance" from History Gets Ahead of the Story (Grizzley) 2:42:23
  • Host speaks 2:48:31
  • William Parker's Raining on the Moon "Corn Meal Danc " from Corn Meal Dance (AUM Fidelity) 2:49:45

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