Annette Peacock, Christina Galisatus, Paul Bley, Michael Wollny & New ReleasesBy
Click the play button to listenThe spirit of the masters, the roots of each music tradition, are like ghosts that accompany a musician's creative process, with more or less awareness based on the musician's disposition. This is the premise directly explored by Michael Wollny in his latest album, and indirectly explored by every other musician featured on this show, which spotlights Annette Peacock, both as a musician ahead of her time and a muse to many.
- Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
- Camilla George "CreationAbasi and Atai" Ibio-Ibio (Ever) 0:16
- Host talks 5:26
- Michael Wollny Trio "Willow's Song" Ghosts (ACT) 7:16
- Host talks 11:33
- Christina Galisatus "I Want to Know Her" Without Night (Slow & Steady) 13:01
- Robin Holcomb "Waltz" One Way or Another, Vol. 1 (Westerlies) 19:11
- Host talks 21:27
- Annette Peacock "Survival" The Perfect Release (Aura) 23:33
- Paul Bley "Mister Joy" Paul Bley Trios play Annette PeacockRevisited (ezz-thetics) 38:16
- Host talks 42:12
- Paul Bley, Gary Peacock, Franz Koglmann "El Cordobes" Annette (hatOLOGY) 43:33
- Nels Cline "So Hard It Hurts / Touching" Lovers (Blue Note) 52:11
- Frank Kimbrough Trio "El Cordobes" Solstice (Pirouet) 59:02
- Host talks 1:04:05
- Marilyn Crispell, Gary Peacock, Paul Motian "Blood" Nothing Ever Was, AnywayMusic of Annette Peacock (ECM) 1:04:57
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