Brent Birckhead, Chicago Underground Qt., Roger Kellaway and Other New Releases

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Second part of this week's ride through the new releases prairie with music by artists that cover a lot of ground, from Chicago Underground Quartet to Jesse Harris, from Valentina Ciardelli's take on Frank Zappa to Roger Kellaway' interpretation of Paul Desmond, and much more

For the first part of the show click here.

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  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)"
  • Matt Mayhall "Longview, TX" Fanatics (Self-released) 0:16
  • Host Talks 4:20
  • Pulcinella "L'ivresse des profondeurs" Ça (BMC) 5:04
  • Christophe Panzani "I Don't Feel No Home" Les Mauvais Tempéraments (Jazz & People) 14:44
  • Brent Birckhead "The Alchemist" Birckhead (Revive) 18:26
  • Host Talks 23:29
  • Wayne Krantz "Kulturny" Write Out Your Head (Self-released) 25:03
  • Gebhard Ullmann "Human Body Upgrade" Mikropuls (Intuition) 28:45
  • Ben Wolfe "Blind Seven" Fatherhood (Resident Arts) 33:25
  • Host Talks 37:12
  • Valentina Ciardelli "Echidna's Arf of You" Music from the Sphinx (Da Vinci Classics) 38:21
  • Jesse Harris "Without You" Songs Never Sung (Secret Sun) 42:35
  • Roger Kellaway "Take Five" The Many Open Minds of Roger Kellaway (IPO) 45:32
  • Host Talks 54:57
  • Chicago Underground Quartet "Orgasm" Good Days (Astral Spirits) 58:11

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