There are several new albums sampled in this episode, beginning with a pair of bands from Torontobassist Pete Johnston's See Through 4 which features pianist Marilyn Lerner, and drummer Ernesto Cervini's quartet. Avant-garde collaborators Alexander von Schlippenbach and Dag Magnus Narvesen reunited for another duo session of very out-there explorations on Liminal Field. Revisiting his past recordings focused on the songs of the Civil Rights Movement, trumpeter Barry Long has now released another, Freedom Sounds. From Finland, super drummer Olavi Louhivuori 's band Superposition has a new one, and the wonderful international quartet, Orchestra Nazionale Della Luna and their There's Still Life On Earth , gets previewed as well as does pianist Aruán Ortiz's latest. As always, there's lots of fine music throughout
Brian Groder Trio "Winter Wurr" from Luminous Arcs (Latham) 00:00
Host speaks 09:31
See Through 4 "Battling In Extra End" from False Ghosts Minor Fears (Self-released) 11:34
See Through 4 "An Ocean To Forget" from False Ghosts Minor Fears (Self-released) 18:24
Kamau Daaood "Deep River In Her Voice" from Leimert Park (M.A.M.A.) 2:45:20
Host speaks 2:51:08
Deep Ford "Strumming" from You May Cross Here (BMC) 2:52:38
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