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Alice Coltrane, Kaze, Michael Attias & The Fully Celebrated Orchestra

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Did you know 2024 has been designated as the Year Of Alice? Impulse Records and the John and Alice Coltrane Home are celebrating Alice this year through special events and new releases. The first album to appear is Alice Coltrane—The Carnegie Hall Concert with all unreleased tracks from a terrific band. This concert in 1971 was Alice's first appearance at Carnegie as a leader. There's also much more new music from Peter Brötzmann & Paal Nilssen-Love, Jim Hobbs & The Fully Celebrated Orchestra, Kaze featuring Satoko Fujii, Tasmanian guitarist Damien Kingston, French free-jazz legend saxophonist Daunik Lazro, the duo of Czech saxophonist Pavel Hrubý and German drummer Klaus Kugel, and the always excellent saxophonist Michael Attias.

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  • John Coltrane "Expession" from Expression (Impulse) 00:00
  • Host speaks 10:45
  • Alice Coltrane "Shiva Luka" from Alice Coltrane—The Carnegie Hall Concert (Impulse) 13:05
  • Circles 44 "A.A. 1942" from In The Grip (Aut Records) 27:30
  • Fall Raye "Death Does Not Tarnish Life's Beauty" from Fall (Boomslang) 33:07
  • Host speaks 39:50
  • Peter Brötzmann & Paal Nilssen-Love "Five Of Them Survived The Dream" from Chicken Shit Bingo (Trost) 1:54
  • Bulliphant "Inner Forces" from leep (Off Record Label) 48:49
  • Host speaks 54:16
  • Klaus Kugel & Pavel Hruby "Part 1" from Going Where The Wind Takes It (Nemu) 55:31
  • Friends & Neighbors "Latin Phonetics" from Circles (Clean Feed) 1:02:00
  • Scheen Jazzorkester & Jon Oystein Rosland & Cortex "Weaving
  • Old Mountain & Tony Malaby "Freebus" from Another State Of Rhythm (Clean Feed) 1:13:22
  • Host speaks 1:20:13
  • The Fully Celebrated Orchestra "Certificate of Bagua" from Sob Story (Relative Pitch) 1:22:04
  • The Fully Celebrated Orchestra "Language Of The Birds" from Sob Story (Relative Pitch) 1:27:41
  • Vinnie Sperrazza's Apocryphal "Sundowning (Culture Is Cosmetic)" from Sunday (Loyal Label) 1:31:43
  • Federico Ughi "Sun Ra" from Infinite Cosmos Calling You You You Vol 1 (577 Records) 1:36:14
  • Host speaks 1:41:08
  • Kaze "Evolving" from Unwritten (Libra/Circum) 1:43:42
  • Vinny Golia, Bernard Santacruz & Cristiano Calcagnile "Thoughts Within The Vineyard" from To Live And Breathe... (Darktree) 1:52:10
  • Host speaks 2:00:42
  • Matteo Paggi Words "Morire Conca Sabia Tra Le Dita" from Words (Aut Records) 2:01:50
  • Natalio Sued "El Asalto" from Mad Dream (Ropeadope) 2:09:12
  • Roberto Ottaviano "Caminho Das Aguas" from People (Dodicilune) 2:17:38
  • Host speaks 2:24:13
  • Damien Kingston Quartet "Session #2 Scratch" from Harmony (ABC Jazz) 2:25:50
  • Damien Kingston Quartet "Tremors" from Harmony (ABC Jazz) 2:28:55
  • Stefano Onorati & Fulvio Sigora "Swami" from Extended Singularity (Caligola) 2:31:55
  • Signe Emmeluth's Amoeba "Zelda" from Nonsense (Moserobie) 2:37:31
  • Host speaks 2:41:14
  • Michael Attias Quartet "Mister Softee Is A Fraud" from Quartet Music Volume 1 LumiSong (Out Of Your Head) 2:43:58
  • Seven Skies Orchestra "Soundcheck" from Seven Skies Orchestra (FSR Records) 2:53:36
  • Host speaks 3:00:30
  • Daunik Lazro, Benjamin Duboc & Matthieu Bec "R. Métégal" from Standards Combustion (Darktree) 3:01:58
  • Daunik Lazro, Benjamin Duboc & Matthieu Bec " Nefertitti" from Standards Combustion (Darktree) 3:07:48

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