Brandon Robertson and The Quiet Temple

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This week new releases from Brandon Robertson and The Quiet Temple are featured there's also a host of recent albums with a mix of jazz and free improvisation.....


  • Brandon Robertson "Stablemates" from Bass'd On A True Story (Slammin Media) 00:00
  • Pat Thomas, John Butcher, Ståle Liavik Solberg "The Solution" from Fictional Souvenirs (Astral Spirits) 07:34
  • The Quiet Temple "The Last Opium Den (On Earth)" from The Quiet Temple (Wichita Recordings/Point of Departure) 18:22
  • Frode Gjerstad "Part 3" from Season of Sadness (Iluso Records) 27:22
  • Marc Jufer Trio "Sick" from Trio to the Center (QFTF) 36:22
  • Brandon Robertson "Lullaby for Noelle" from Bass'd On A True Story (Slammin Media) 42:00
  • Art Pepper "Diane" from Four Classic Albums (Avid Jazz) 48:00
  • Steve Lehman "Beyond All Limits" from The People I Love (Pi Recordings) 51:00
  • Rachel Musson, Pat Thomas, Mark Sanders "Improvisation 1 Part 2" from Shifa, Live at Cafe Oto (577 Records) 1:00:00
  • Whit Dickey, Kirk Knuffke "Soaring" from Drone Dream (NoBusiness Records) 1:09:00
  • Jacques Kuba Seguin "Hymn" from Migrations (Odd Sound) 1:18:00
  • Cat in a bag "The Decay of Manners" from Cat In A Bag (Clean Feed) 1:26:00
  • The Quiet Temple "X-Rated" from The Quiet Temple (Wichita Recordings/Point of Departure) 1:37:00
  • Eric Hofbauer's Five Agents "Chapter 1 Water Understands Civilisation Well" from Book of Water (Creative Nation Music) 1:45:00
  • Miles Davis "Sanctuary" from Live In Europe 1969: The Bootleg Series Vol. 2 (Columbia) 1:55:00

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