An Eclectic Mix Of New ReleasesBy
Click the play button to listenOn this show we present an eclectic mix of new releases from Tomas Fujiwara's Triple Double, Gerald Cleaver Brandon Lopez & HPrizm aka High Priest, Eldad Tarmu, Michael Rabinowitz, Avi Granite 6, Ralph Alessi, Bobo Stenson Trio, and Gianluigi Trovesi & Stefano Montanari.
- Show Intro 00:00
- Tomas Fujiwara's Triple Double "March On" from March On (Bandcamp) 00:46
- Gerald Cleaver, Brandon Lopez, Hprizm "Mainsource C" from In The Wilderness (Positive Elevation) 32:37
- Eldad Tarmu "Cafe Sole" from Tarmu Jazz Quartet (Queen of Bohemia) 3&:47
- Michael Rabinowitz "Lydian Dream" from Next Chapter (Blue Ridge Bassoon Records) 42:51
- Avi Granite 6 "Voracious" from Operator (Pet Mantis Records) 49:46
- Ralph Alessi "Old Baby" from It's Always Now (ECM) 56:08
- Bob Stenson Trio "You Should Plant A Tree" from Sphere (ECM) 1:00:00
- Gianluigi Trovesi, Stefano Montanari "For A While" from Stravaganze Consonanti (ECM) 1:04:55
- Michael Rabinowitz "Next Chapter" from Next Chapter (Blue Ridge Bassoon Records) 1:14:43
- Gerald Cleaver, Brandon Lopez, Hprizm "Mainsource C1" from In The Wilderness (Positive Elevation) 1:22:41
- Avi Granite 6 "Misanthropic Vindaloo" from Operator (Pet Mantis Records) 1:29:42
- Eldad Tarmu "Beneath The Gloss And Shine" from Tarmu Jazz Quartet (Queen of Bohemia) 1:36:29
- Bob Stenson Trio "Unquestioned answer : Charles Ives in Memoriam" from Sphere (ECM) 1:41:28
- Ralph Alessi "The Shadow Side" from It's Always Now (ECM) 1:47:19
- Tomas Fujiwara's Triple Double "Docile Fury Duet" from March On (Bandcamp) 1:51:04
- Michael Rabinowitz "Twelve Note Samba" from Next Chapter (Blue Ridge Bassoon Records) 1:53:43
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