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Brandee Younger, Alexi Tuomarila, Fabian Almazan & More New Jazz

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From tributes to past masters to new perspectives, acoustic to electronic, the new and upcoming releases we play this week show the wide-range of today's creative scene.

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  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Brandee Younger "Games" Soul Awakening (Self-released) 0:17
  • Host talks 5:54
  • Alexi Tuomarila Trio "Boekloev" Sphere (Edition) 7:38
  • Fabian Almazan Trio "The Everglades" This Land Abounds with Life (Biophilia) 16:30
  • Host talks 29:23
  • Magic Malik "Strode Rode" Jazz Association (Jazz & People) 31:33
  • Ben Goldberg "A Rhythmia" Good Day for Cloud Fishing (Pyroclastic) 35:39
  • Nature Work "Tah Dazzle" Nature Work (Sunnyside) 38:14
  • Sam Ospovat "The Martian Way" Angles Ride (Skirl) 45:46
  • Host talks 49:20
  • Joel Ross "Yana" KingMaker (Blue Note) 52:57
  • Brandee Younger "Save the Children" Soul Awakening (Self-produced) 58:38
  • Marvin Gaye "The World Is Rated X" You're the Man (Motown) 1:04:03
  • Plume "Nature Boy" Escaping the Dark Side (Jazz & People) 1:07:52
  • Host talks 1:14:54
  • John Patitucci "Morning Train (Spiritual)" Soul of the Bass (AGATE Silhouette Series) 1:17:07
  • John Patitucci "The Call" Soul of the Bass (AGATE Silhouette Series) 1:19:04
  • Jo-Yu Chen "Savage Beauty (In Memory of Alexander McQueen)" Savage Beauty (Sony) 1:22:27
  • Anne Mette Iversen's Tension Quartet "Dig Your Heels In" Invicible Nimbus (BJU) 1:28:40
  • Host talks 1:34:25
  • Kaveh Rastegar "Don't Turn Back" Don't Turn Back -Single (Ropeadope) 1:36:05
  • Resavoir "Resavoir" Resavoir (International Anthem) 1:40:29
  • Michele Rabbia "Night Sea Journey" Lost River (ECM) 1:47:37
  • Host talks 1:53:18
  • Jeremy Udden "Azure" Three in Paris (Sunnyside) 1:56:43

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