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Avram Fefer, Tell No Lies, Tru Cargo Service & Pia Hernandez

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The flood of new releases continues unabated and this episode jumps right into the deep end, sampling new works from a pair of European bands, Tru Cargo Service from Germany and Tell No Lies from Italy, German drumming legend Gunter Baby Sommer in a duo with Scottish saxophonist Lol Coxhill & Raymond McDonald, Buenos Aires pianist Pia Hernandez, Dave Douglas, New Zealand's Trioglodyte and a pair of Canadians busy at work, vibraphonist Dan McCarthy and trumpeter elwood epps with his Boston version of Togetherness.


  • Pia Hernandez Trio "Trés" from La Emperatriz (Ears&Eyes) 00:00
  • Host speaks 06:59
  • Pia Hernandez Trio "Artilugio" from La Emperatriz (Ears&Eyes) 08:19
  • Trevor Dunn "Restore All Things" from Seances (Pyroclastic) 13:43
  • Corey Wilkes "Chasin' Leroy" from Cries From Tha Ghetto (Pi Recordings) 20:29
  • Host speaks 24:46
  • Tru Cargo Service "Für Hannah Hoch" from Schattenlos (Tiger Moon) 26:28
  • Tru Cargo Service "Für Inge Morath" from Schattenlos (Tiger Moon) 30:44
  • Cristiano Calcagnile's Anokhi "Inversi" from Inversi (We Insist!) 33:22
  • Ben Zucker "Myriadic" from Semiterritory (Ears&Eyes) 41:30
  • Host speaks 51:29
  • Rick Countryman}, Simone Bastani & Christian Bucher "Running From The Blues" from The Sacred Fire Of The Free (FSR) 52:45
  • Dan McCarthy "Owl Farm" from Songs Of The Doomed—Some Jaded, Atavavistic Freakout (Self-released) 1:00:11
  • Host speaks 1:06:34
  • Gunter Baby Sommer & Raymond MacDonald "Take The Main Road" from Sounds, Songs & Other Noises (Clean Feed) 1:08:07
  • Gunter Baby Sommer & Raymond MacDonald "I'm On My Way To Become A Ballad" from Sounds, Songs & Other Noises (Clean Feed) 1:12:04
  • Ernesto Jodos "Frankie Five Angels" from Donde El Mundo Occure (Ears&Eyes) 1:16:04
  • Dave Douglas "Agnus Dei" from Secular Psalms (Greenleaf) 1:23:13
  • Host speaks 1:27:53
  • Designers "Point Ligne Sur Plan" from Designers (We Jazz) 1:29:39
  • SeaJun Kwon & Walking Cliche Sextet "Suite Transient Interlude" from Micro-nap (Endectomorph) 1:36:16
  • Jakob Bro & Joe Lovano "Drum Music" from Once Around The Room—A Tribute To Paul Motian (ECM) 1:43:40
  • Host speaks 1:49:32
  • Tell No Lies "Malatesta" from Hide Nothing (Aut Records) 1:51:06
  • Avram Fefer Trio "Loss (For Flo)" from Calling All Saints (Cadence) 1:58:52
  • Host speaks 2:06:59
  • Avram Fefer Quartet "Brother Ibrahim" from Juba Lee (Clean Feed) 2:09:09
  • Federico Nuti "Inappropriate Behavior A Formal Set" from Informal Setting (Hora) 2:17:04
  • Trioglodyte "Los Cholitos" from Jazz From The Underground Nightclubs of Aotearoa Vol 9 (Kiwi Jahzz) 2:24:29
  • Host speaks 2:33:07
  • Ellwood Epps & Togetherness "Jabulani" from Up Hear! Live At The Lily Pad (Mr E Records) 2:34:51
  • Ingrid Laubrock "Monologue Man Part II" from Forensic (F-Ire) 2:42:39
  • Host speaks 2:51:10
  • Amiri Baraka "Nightmare Bush'It Whirl" from Variations In Time (Public Transit) 2:52:54



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