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Anna Weber, The Resonators & Anthony Joseph

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Two products of the jazz program at McGill University in Montreal have new releases to sample this week: saxophonist and composer Anna Webber's Idiom is easily her most ambitious project to date featuring her Simple Trio (Matt Mitchell and John Hollenbeck) and a large ensemble of improvisers and new music specialists. Drummer Mark Nelson continues to develop interesting music with his quartet, Sympathetic Frequencies. You'll hear contrasting trumpets from Pete Rodriguez and Argentina's Joaquin Muro, sizzling music from Frank Gratkowski and his Resonators, and the whole Refraction Suite from Refraction by another excellent trumpeter, Dan Rosenboom. There's an excerpt from Swedish pianist Lisa Ullen's lengthy Step Up A Second and the closer brings some poetry and jazz to the fore: Anthony Joseph with a sparkling European band and his latest release with a great title: The Rich Are Only Defeated When Running For Their Lives.

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  • Mark Nelson's Sympathetic Frequencies "New Horizons" from Parcours (Self-released) 00:00
  • Host speaks 06:36
  • Anna Webber "Forgotten Best" from Idiom (Pi) 09:26
  • Absolutely Sweet Marie "New Morning" from Wherever You Roam (Tiger Moon) 17:59
  • Wadada Leo Smith "An Epic Journey Inside The Center Of Color" from Sacred Ceremonies (Tum) 23:29
  • Host speaks 9:54
  • Pete Rodriguez "Mi Ritmo" from Obstacles (Sunnyside) 31:30
  • Sylvie Courvoisier, Ned Rothenberg & Julian Sartorius "Reqium d'un Songe" from Lockdown (Clean Feed) 38:54
  • Mario Pavone Sextet "Second Term Blues" from Deez to Blues (Playscape) 47:31
  • Host speaks 54:35
  • Joaquin Muro "La Septima" from Oximoron (Ears&Eyes) 56:12
  • Natalio Sued "Atomos Y Molecules" from Jardin De Estrellas (Ears&Eyes) 1:02:26
  • Host speaks 1:06:44
  • Dan Rosenboom, Billy Mohler & Anthony Fung "Refraction Suite Part 1 -Entertainment & Heresy" from Refraction (Orenda) 1:07:56
  • Dan Rosenboom, Billy Mohler & Anthony Fung "Refraction Suite Part 2 -All Time In A Grain Of Sand" from Refraction (Orenda) 1:13:02
  • Dan Rosenboom, Billy Mohler & Anthony Fung "Refraction Suite Part 3 -The Precipice" from Refraction (Orenda) 1:19:58
  • Dan Rosenboom, Billy Mohler & Anthony Fung "Refraction Suite Part 4 -Where Are We Now" from Refraction (Orenda) 1:25:30
  • Host speaks 1:32:11
  • Matt Booth's Palindrome "Diminutive Stature" from Mythomania (Ears&Eyes) 1:33:08
  • Michael Marcus & Joe McPhee "Love Exists Everywhere" from Blue Reality Quartet (Mahakala) 1:41:30
  • Yi Yunseon Trio "Restless" from Clinomania (Self-Released) 1:48:10
  • Host speaks 1:54:14
  • Lisa Ullén "Step Up A Second (Excerpt)" from Step Up A Second (Plugged) 1:55:29
  • Pete Rodriquez "FU John" from Obstacles (Sunnyside) 2:01:54
  • Host speaks 2:08:22
  • Krystyna Stańko "Morska" from Fale (Self-released) 2:09:12
  • Aksel Rønning Trio "Toots Toe" from A.R.T. (Ora) 2:13:59
  • Ches Smith & We All Break "Path Of Seven Colors" from Path Of Seven Colors (Pyroclastic) 2:21:28
  • Host speaks2:30:22
  • The Resonators "Subgame" from Headlong (Modal Machine) 2:31:45
  • Dejan Terzic Axiom "Addition & Subtraction" from Prometheus (Cam Jazz) 2:37:28
  • Todd Clouser "This Is The Time" from Live Loft Koln (Ropeadope) 2:43:10
  • Host speaks 2:51:55
  • Anthony Joseph "Maka Dimweh" from The Rich Are Only Defeated When Running For Their Lives (Heavenly Sweetness) 2:53:35

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