Antoine Berjeaut, Jeff Parker, Rita Marcotulli and More New Releases

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Mondo Jazz's final stash of new releases of 2019 is the perfect way to end a year that has been generous and full of surprises. During this first hour we'll sample the music of many 'bands without borders' as well as tributes to Mose Allison, Dewey Redman and Bernard Herrmann.

Happy listening!

  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Daniel Erdmann's Velvet Revolution "La Tigresse" Won't Put No Flag Out (BMC) 0:16
  • Host talks 4:44
  • Antoine Berjeaut, Makaya McCraven "Triple A" Moving Cities (I See Colors) 6:25
  • Shake Stew "Keep Walking" Gris Gris (Traumton) 9:04
  • Aly Keita, Jan Galega Brönniman, Lucas Niggli "Ca n'est pas si ...?" Kalan Teban (Intakt) 16:33
  • Host talks 20:30
  • Jaimie Branch "Simple Silver Surfer" FLY or DIE II: Bird Dogs of Paradise (International Anthem) 22:15
  • Ben Harper}, Charles Musselwhite "Nightclub" If You're Going to the City: A Tribute to Mose Allison (Fat Possum) 27:54
  • Jeff Parker & The New Breed "Max Brown, Pt. 1" Max Brown, Pt. 1 -Single (International Anthem/Nonesuch) 33:03
  • Host talks 36:34
  • Frederik Villmow Quartet "The Case of Steven Avery" Frederik Villmow Quartet (Live in Copenhagen) (AMP) 38:39
  • Carla Marciano Quartet "Theme from "Vertigo" (Scene d'amour)" Psychosis -Homage to Bernard Herrmann (Challenge) 47:55
  • Licaones "Taxi a Geneve" The Lounge Lovers (Azzura) 57:57
  • Host talks 1:01:03
  • Rita Marcotulli Trio "Dewey's Tune" The Very Thought of You -Remembering Dewey Redman (GoFour) 1:03:37
  • Black Friday "Mr. Day" Black Friday TRiO -EP (Self-released) 1:07:46
Photo credit: Gael Petrina.

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