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Black History Month Special Hour of Poetry & Jazz

Maurice Hogue By

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The salute to Black History Month continues in this episode with an entire hour devoted to poetry and music, as well as more from Christian McBride's The Movement Revisited. New albums sampled are from New Orleans' trio Nutria, microtonal keyboardist Giorgi Mikadze from Georgia (the country of Georgia), trumpeter Susana Santos Silva and her band Impermanence, German bassist Robert Landfermann and the trio of Bobby Previte, Jamie Saft and Nels Cline.

Playlist

  • Pierrick Le Franc "Synallagmatique" from Ex Novo Quartet (Orgo) 00:00
  • Host speaks 05:32
  • Nutria "Meeting in Progress" from Meeting in Progress (Ears & Eyes) 07:07
  • Deep Ford "Loop of Chicago" from You May Cross Here (BMC) 15:38
  • Almeida/Santos Silva/Costa/ Stadhouders "Bangku" from Buku (Cylinder) 20:49
  • Host speaks 26:21
  • Susan Santos Silva & Impermanence "Expanded Life" from The Ocean Inside a Stone (Portajazz) 28:33
  • Kris Davis "Corn Crake" from Diatom Ribbons (Pyroclastic) 40:06
  • Aron Namenwirth, Daniel Carter, Zach Swanson, Joe Hertenstein "Carbondioxide Deficiency" from Live at the Bushwick Series ( Gaucimusic) 45:03
  • Host speaks 51:38
  • Giorgi Mikadze "Kartlos Blues" from Georgian Micro Jamz (Rare Noise) 53:54
  • chuffDRONE "Fresh Start" from Chuffdrone (Kudos) 59:44
  • Host speaks 1:05:40
  • Bobby Previte, Jamie Saft, Nels Cline "The New Weird" from Music From The Early 21st Century (Rare Noise) 1:07:58
  • James Brandon Lewis "Organized Minorities" from Divine Travels (Okeh) 1:17:55
  • Robert Landfermann "Pariner" from Topaz (Klaeng) 1:26:53
  • Host speaks 1:34:13
  • Miles Perkins Quartet "It Takes Its Toll" from The Point in Question (Clean Feed) 1:35:53
  • Carniaux-Goldman-Carniaux "Let Anything Do All" from Carniaux-Goldman-Carniaux (Self-released) 1:41:35
  • Host speaks 1:48:24
  • Christian McBride "Malcolm Introduces Ali" from The Movement Revisited (Mack Avenue) 1:49:53
  • Christian McBride "Ali Speaks" from The Movement Revisited (Mack Avenue) 1:50:56
  • Christian McBride "Rumble in the Jungle" from The Movement Revisited (Mack Avenue) 1:53:39
  • Host speaks 1:59:37
  • Amiri Baraka "In Walked Bud" from Jazzspeak (New Alliance) 2:01:08
  • Shirley Le Flore "I Am a Black Woman Song" from Takin' It to the Hollow (Jazzjaunts) 2:03:49
  • Michael Harper, Paul Austerlitz "High Modes: Vision as Ritual: Confirmation" from Double Take (Innova) 2:05:01
  • Langston Hughes "Dream Montage" from Weary Blues (Verve) 2:07:05
  • Jayne Cortez & The Firesplitters "There It Is" from There It Is (Bola Press) 2:13:25
  • Kamau Daaood "Liberator of the Spirit—For John Coltrane" from Leimert Park (MAMA) 2:18:07
  • Stephen D. Coleman "Bodacious Cowgirl" from Takin' It to the Hollow (Jazzjaunts) 2:23:52
  • New York Free Quartet "Eat, Lay Eggs and Run" from Free Play (Fourth Stream) 2:27:06
  • Last Poets "The Time Has Come" from Time Has Come (Self-released) 2:36:16
  • Sonia Sanchez "Poem to Some Women/Leak in This Old Building" from Full Moon Of Sonia (VIA Intl. Artist) 2:40:32
  • Gil Scott-Heron "Winter in America" from Tour De Force (Prestige Elite) 2:45:53
  • Yusef Komunyakaa, David Cieri, Mike Brown "Strange Fruit" from Dark Furniture (Ropeadope) 2:53:36

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