Anthony Braxton playing standards? Don Byron and Phillip Johnston playing the music of Raymond Scott? Nothing to be suprised about... as musicians have a more open mind than critics like to recognize. So here's the second part of this week's show focusing on retro-sounding jazz performed by forward-leaning musicians -a bit like the jazz equivalent of Blade Runner.
For the first part of this episode Happy listening!
Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
Vangelis "One More Kiss, Dear" Blade Runner (WEA) 0:16
Moppa Elliott "Slab" Jazz Band / Rock Band / Dance Band (Hot Cup) 1:02:44
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