Special treats come from the surprising tribute to Jun Miyake (三宅 純) by saxophonist Dairo Miyamoto and the adventurously captivating projects by bassist-against-borders Kaveh Rastegar, the BABAorchestra, the SLUGgish Ensemble, David Dominique, the Sketchbook Quartet and David Ullmann.
Eli Degibri "Dig Dis" from Soul Station (A Tribute to Hank Mobley) (Helicon Music) 0:00
Host talks 4:21
Pierre Bertrand "Blue Pepper" from Far East Suite (Cristal) 6:33
Dairo Miyamoto "Two Before Dusk" from Last Picture (Cristal) 11:41
Aaron Parks "Kid" from Little Big (Ropeadope) 15:03
Dairo Miyamoto "Dintje" from Last Picture (Cristal) 22:22
Host talks 27:24
Charlie Haden & Brad Mehldau "My Love And I" from Long Ago and Far Away (Impulse!) 29:16
Keith Jarrett "Part III" from La Fenice (ECM) 42:01
Host talks 51:16
Andrew Cyrille, Wadada Leo Smith & Bill Frisell "Lebroba" from Lebroba (ECM) 52:58
Ambrose Akinmusire "Free, White and 21" from Origami Harvest (Blue Note) 59:08
James Francies "My Day Will Come (feat. YEBBA)" from Flight (Blue Note) 1:02:11
Kaveh Rastegar "Cuento Illogico" from Light of Love (Ropeadope) 1:07:03
Pierre Bertrand "Ishafan" from Far East Suite (Cristal) 1:11:15
Host talks 1:15:56
David Dominique "The Yawpee" from Mask (Self- released) 1:18:24
The David Ullman Group "Tapping at the Knit" from Sometime... Sometime (self-released) 1:22:48
SLUGish Ensemble "Prisoners" from An Eight Out of Nine (Slow & Steady) 1:30:22
Host talks 1:36:49
Sketchbook Quartet "Spektral 7" from When Was the Last Time?, Vol. 1 (Session Work) 1:38:27
Simone Graziano "Emicrania" from Snailspace (Auand) 1:42:42
Host talks 1:47:01
the BABAorchestra "Another Ride (the Elephant Slide" from Another Ride (the Elephant Slide (Thirsty Owl) 1:49:42
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