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Bassisterhood - Part 1

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All around the world, there is a bassisterhood that is rapidly expanding and claiming its rigthful place on the jazz scene. This week we'll focus on the queens of the low-end and the fascinating bands and projects they lead.

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Playlist

  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Noriko Ueda "Bohemia After Dark" Debut (Terashima) 0:16
  • Host talks 5:49
  • Giulia Valle "Clave Baloo" Eden Club (Fresh Sound/New Talent) 7:26
  • Host talks 13:26
  • Silvia Bolognesi "Young Shouts" "Chicago Summer Shout" aLive Shouts (Fonterossa) 14:54
  • Stefanie Kunckler YMONOS "Two Seasons" Amateur (Unit) 22:23
  • Host talks 29:01
  • Heartland Trio [Hannah Marks] "Resolution" Year One (Self-released) 31:00
  • Mimi Jones "Watch Your Step" A New Day (Hot Tone) 37:00
  • Caterina Palazzi SudoKu KilleR "Maleficent (From "Sleeping Beauty")" Asperger (Clean Feed) 43:45
  • Host talks 52:19
  • MeShell NdegeOcello "Step Into the Projects" Plantation Lullabies (Maverick) 54:02
  • Sarah Murcia "Minimum" Eyeballing (DStream) 57:53
  • Lisa Hoppe's Third Reality "Material Reality" The Mighty Unlikely (JazzHausMusik) 1:01:21
  • Host talks 1:05:24
  • Adi Meyerson "Eunice (Intro) / Eunice" Where We Stand (A:M) 1:07:10
  • Federica Michisanti Trioness "Further" Isk (Filibusta) 1:16:02
  • Scree [Carmen Rothwell] "Untitled Improvisation" Live at the Owl -EP (Whatever's Clever) 1:22:44
  • Host talks 1:27:01
  • Nicki Parrott, Rossano Sportiello "Fleurette Africaine" Do It Again (Arbors) 1:27:41

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