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On this week's show we feature music from albums led by bassists André Carvalho, Levi Dover, and Sean Conly. Also, new music from Michael Attias working with three young Argentinian musicians and English group C-ongFusion. There's also some classic early '70s British Jazz from jazz super-group Splinters.

Playlist

  • André Carvalho "Luftmensch" from Lost in Translation (Outside In Music) 00:00
  • Levi Dover "Galapogas" from Imaginary Structures (Three Pines Records) 07:10
  • Michaël Attias, Nataniel Edelman, Santiago Lamisovski, Nicolás del Águila "Ping Pong Angel Fold" from Los Ángeles (ears&eyes) 15:30
  • Sean Conly "The Jake Leg" from The Buzz (577 Records) 28:17
  • Splinters "The 100 Club Phase 1" from Inclusivity (Jazz In Britain) 34:51
  • Cong-Fusion "The World As We Know It" from The World As We Know It (Self Released) 51:01
  • André Carvalho "Alcheringa" from Lost in Translation (Outside In) 55:00
  • Levi Dover "In Hindsight" from Imaginary Structures (Three Pines Records) 1:00:58
  • Michaël Attias, Nataniel Edelman, Santiago Lamisovski, Nicolás del Águila "Mumbo Jumbo" from Los Ángeles (ears&eyes) 1:06:56
  • Sean Conly "Euterpe" from The Buzz (577 Records) 1:11:13
  • Splinters "The 100 Club Phase 7" from Inclusivity (Jazz In Britain) 1:15:21
  • André Carvalho "Boketto" from Lost in Translation (Outside In) 1:26:14
  • Levi Dover "Imaginary Structures" from Imaginary Structures (Three Pines Records) 1:28:48
  • Michaël Attias, Nataniel Edelman, Santiago Lamisovski, Nicolás del Águila "My Ideal" from Los Ángeles (ears&eyes) 1:35:50
  • Sean Conly "Shades" from The Buzz (577 Records) 1:42:11
  • Splinters "Grass Roots Phase 3" from Inclusivity (Jazz In Britain) 1:47:56

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