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Andy Emler, Cécile Broché, Ember Trio & Maurice Louca


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No visa or passports required for this edition of One Man's Jazz as the music is on a bit of European jaunt with artists from France: pianist Andy Emler, pianist Bruno Angelini & Papanosh; Belgium: violinist Cécile Broché & saxophonist Jordi Grognard; Norway: drummer Gard Nilssen; Switzerland: drummer Gerry Hemingway & saxophonist Christoph Irniger; Germany: drummer Max Andrzejewski, legendary drummer Sven-Åke Johansson & Twirls Quartet; Italy: saxophonist Francesco Bearzatti; and Netherlands Bugpowder with a side jaunt to Egypt—guitarist Maurice Louca plus the usual recordings from the USA.


  • Cécile Broché "Bonjour, Bonjour" from 3D@Paris (Discus Music) 00:00
  • Host speaks 05:56
  • Cécile Broché "Prélude à L'Apres-Midi: République" from 3D@Paris (Discus Music) 06:47
  • Christoph Irniger Pilgrim "Ghost Cat" from Ghost Cat (Intakt) 11:49
  • Andy Emler Trio "Indecisions Part 1" from The Useful Report (La Buissonne) 17:21
  • Andy Emler Trio "Indecisions Part 2" from The Useful Report (La Buissonne) 19:59
  • Host speaks 24:26
  • Andy Emler Mega Octet "Three Thoughts For Two" from No Rush (La Buissonne) 26:10
  • Bugpowder "Song For Che" from Cage Tennis (Trytone) 37:07
  • Sven-Ake Johansson "Langsam" from Six Little Pieces (SAJ) 43:26
  • Host speaks 52:15
  • Gerry Hemingway & Izumi Kimura "Cloud Echoes" from Kairos (FSR) 54:11
  • Wadada Leo Smith Great Lakes Quartet "Golden Symphonies Movement 2" from The Chicago Symphonies (Tum Records) 1:01:27
  • Material "Disappearing" from Memory Serves (Celluloid) 1:10:54
  • Host speaks 1:17:57
  • Ember "Flotation Device & The Shivers" from August In March (Imani) 1:20:14
  • Ember "Angular Saxon" from August In March (Imani) 1:26:15
  • Gard Nillsen's Supersonic Orchestra "The Space Dance Experiment" from Family (We Jazz) 1:30:29
  • Host speaks 1:37:41
  • Alex Louloudis & Zack Clarke "The Poetry Of A Deserted City" from What We Are (Ears&Eyes) 1:38:55
  • Darius Jones "Fluxus VST ISI" from Fluxkit Vancovuer (It's Suite But Sacred) (Northern Spy) 1:45:37
  • Dan Weiss Trio + 1 "Rock And Heat" from Utica Box (Sunnyside) 1:56:06
  • Host speaks 2:01:52
  • Max Andrzejewicz & Hutte "Gemini" from Reduce (Fun In The Church) 2:03:30
  • Papanosh "Loosy" from Home Songs (Yellowbird) 2:09:12
  • Host speaks 2:14:14
  • Maurice Louca & Elephantine "Moonshine Part 1" from Moonshine (Northern Spy) 2:15:27
  • Maurice Louca & Elephantine "Moonshine Part 2" from Moonshine (Northern Spy) 2:23:14
  • Twirls Quartet "Another Blink" from Tides And Shadows (Tiger Moon) 2:28:05
  • Dreamstruck "GS#2" from With Grace In Mind (FSR) 2:35:00
  • Host speaks 2:42:30
  • Jordi Grognard Trio "Sun Raab" from Monkey's Meeting (El Negocito) 2:43:41
  • Francesco Bearzatti, Danilo Gallo & Stefano Tamborrino "Stairway To Heaven Intro" from Post Atomic Zep (Artesuono) 2:50:20
  • Francesco Bearzatti, Danilo Gallo & Stefano Tamborrino "Stairway To Heaven" from Post Atomic Zep (Artesuono) 2:51:08
  • Host speaks 2:58:12
  • Bruno Angelini "Wild Wanderings" from Nearly Nothing Almost Everything (La Buissonne) 3:00:07



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