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Julieta Eugenio, Lynne Arriale and Teddy Edwards

Read "Julieta Eugenio, Lynne Arriale and Teddy Edwards" reviewed by Jerome Wilson

This show features current releases by musicians such as Julieta Eugenio, Lynne Arriale, and Owen Broder as well as older sounds from Teddy Edwards, Lisa Sokolov, and Carlos Santana. Playlist Henry Threadgill Sextett “I Can't Wait Till I Get Home" from The Complete Novus & Columbia Recordings of Henry Threadgill & Air (Mosaic) 00:00 Kenny Burrell “Minor Mishap" from The Best of Kenny Burrell (Prestige) 00:53 Reggie Quinerly “Fenster" from Music Inspired by Freedman Town (Redefinition Music) 8:16 ...

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Julieta Eugenio, Hugues Mayot, Amirtha Kidambi, Adam Levy & More

Read "Julieta Eugenio, Hugues Mayot, Amirtha Kidambi, Adam Levy & More" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

Julian Lage's latest album--possibly his best to date--opens a playlist of recent releases spanning many styles and cultural influences.Happy listening!Playlist Ben Allison “Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00 Julian Lage “76" Speak to Me (Blue Note) 0:16 Host talks 4:49 Adam Levy feat. Larry Grenadier, Joey Baron “Mitchum" Spry (Lost Wax) 6:16 Host talks 9:50 Julieta Eugenio “Stay" Stay (Crystalin) 11:52 Hugues Mayot “Apparation" Invocations (BMC) 17:23 Amirtha Kidambi' Elder Ones “The ...

Album Review

Julieta Eugenio: Stay

Read "Stay" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Argentina-born saxophonist Julieta Eugenio takes four breaths ("Breaths" I through IV), that she calls “short, intimate moments," in her ongoing endeavors in this (mostly) trio-format album. The saxophone, bass and drums setup is one of the most intimate. Think Sonny Rollins in Way Out West (Contemporary, 1957) and A Night At The Village Vanguard (Blue Note, 1958), a pair of uncluttered, groundbreaking, chordless outings that stand up as classics of the format. Eugenio has proven herself marvelously ...

Album Review

Eyal Vilner Big Band: The Jam!

Read "The Jam!" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Simply leading a big band in 2022 is cause for celebration. Leading a big band as sharp and talented as Eyal Vilner's New York- based ensemble is cause for far more than that. Vilner, an Israeli-born composer, arranger and woodwind specialist, formed the band in 2008, one year after arriving in New York City. He has been busy since then shaping its identity and refining its style, and his persistence pays off big-time on the band's second album, The Jam! ...

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New Music From Julieta Eugenio, Karl Silveira, Francesca Remigi And More

Read "New Music From Julieta Eugenio, Karl Silveira, Francesca Remigi And More" reviewed by Bob Osborne

Featured on this week's show are a set of new albums including music from Julieta Eugenio, Karl Silveira, Satoko Fujii & Joe Fonda, Francesca Remigi, Amaury Faye & Igor Gehenot, and Brent Laidler. Also just released the second volume of improvisation from Dave Tucker, Pat Thomas, Thurston Moore, and Mark Sanders. Also a first look at French label Le Fondeur de Son a production and support body for creative, revolutionary and non-commercial music. Playlist Show Intro 00:00 Julieta ...

Album Review

Julieta Eugenio: Jump

Read "Jump" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian

Listening to saxophonist Julieta Eugenio on the engaging Jump it is hard to believe this is only her debut. Her confident playing, warm, brassy tone and intelligent, spontaneous ideas belie her relative youth. Eugenio penned most of the music on Jump, so the release also showcases her superlative compositional skills. The poetic, loose-knit originals are perfectly suited to a trio with ample room for both individual expressions and collective performances. The taut and intriguing “Efes" opens the album ...

Album Review

Julieta Eugenio: Jump

Read "Jump" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Aspiring jazz artists who pull up roots and make the “jump" to New York City have a lot of backbone. The uncertainty involved in the attempt to elbow into a hyper competitive situation which can boost a career must make for sleepless nights. For non-Americans, dealing with culture shock and struggling with the English language, things are even more challenging. But, in 2013, saxophonist Julieta Eugenio was undeterred, leaving her home in Argentina to make the pilgrimage that thousands have ...


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