Broun Fellinis, Eric Revis, Luke Stewart and More

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A trip to the mystical island of Boohaabia (you know, the one near the Oasis of Surprise), is the final stop in this show, courtesy of the Broun Fellinis, but before arriving to destination there are stops at several great new releases, like those of American bassists Eric Revis' excellent Slip Knots Through a Looking Glass and Luke Stewart's Exposure Quintet, Polish trumpeter Emil Miszk and his Sonic Syndicate, guitarist David Lord, Aussie pianist Andrea Keller's Composer's Circle, and drummer Vijay Anderson's Silverscreen Sextet that features Vinny Golia on reeds. Enjoy the trip!


  • Roots Magic "Karen on Monday" from Take Root Among the Stars (Clean Feed) 00:00
  • Roots Magic "Mean Black Cat Blues" from Take Root Among the Stars (Clean Feed) 06:31
  • Host speaks 12:13
  • Eric Revis "Baby Renfro" from Slip Knots Through a Looking Glass (Pyroclastic) 14:14
  • Who Trio "Take the a Train" from Strell (Clean Feed) 19:11
  • Vijay Anderson Quartet "East Coasting" from Colors (Self-produced) 24:51
  • Host speaks 29:26
  • Vijay Anderson Silverscreen Sextet "Easy Mouse: Degrees of Gray in Los Angeles" from Live at the Angel City Festival (Self-produced) 31:19
  • Tim Stine Trio "Watched Trains" from Fresh Demons (Astral Spirits) 41:58
  • Glen Hall "Orchid Opening Downwards" from The Book of the Heart (InRespect) 44:53
  • Host speaks 52:00
  • Eric Revis "House of Leaves" from Slip Knots Through a Looking Glass (Pyroclastic) 53:20
  • Living Daylights "Afro Boogie" from Night of the Living Daylights (Reapandsow) 1:00:24
  • Host speaks 1:09:01
  • David Lord "Cloud Ear" from Forest Standards Vol. 2 (Big Ego) 1:10:23
  • David Lord "Turtle Mushroom" from Forest Standards Vol. 2 (Big Ego) 1:14:38
  • Charlotte Greve, {m: Chris Tordini}} & {m: Vinnie Sperrazza}} "Low" from The Choir Invisible (Intakt) 1:18:13
  • Camila Nebbia "Las Manos" from Aura (Ears&Eyes) 1:24:50
  • Host speaks 1:29:37
  • Luke Stewart Exposure Quintet "Awakening the Masters" from Exposure Quintet (Astral Spirits) 1:31:49
  • Christoph Irniger Trio "Mass Media Minions" from Open City (Intakt) 1:42:24
  • Host speaks 1:46:56
  • Andrea Keller & Composers' Circle "Plan of a Taco" from Live at the Jazz Lab—Vol. 1—The Composers' Circle (Self-released) 1:48:25
  • Andrea Keller & Composers' Circle "Ripples" from Live at the Jazz Lab—Vol. 1—The Composers' Circle (Self-released) 1:52:25
  • Vijay Anderson Silverscreen Sextet "A Slice of Vinnie's Life" from Live at the Angel City Festival (Self-produced) 2:00:19
  • Federica Michisanti "Aka" from Jeux De Coleurs (Parco Della) 2:05:58
  • Sam Decker "Always Reappearing" from Reactivist (Ears&Eyes) 2:11:23
  • Sam Decker Quartet "Tableau" from Shrove (Sunnyside) 2:14:25
  • Host speaks 2:19:16
  • Emil Miszk & Sonic Syndicate "Trolling" from Don't Hesitate (Alpaka) 2:20:44
  • Camila Nebbia, Dallas Vietty, Bryce Nathan, Jim Hamilton, Stephen Herrick , Maya Keren, Diana Arias, Lesley Mok "Constancia" from Yo No Sé De Pájaros (Self-released) 2:27:11
  • Steve Coleman "The Streets" from Curves of Life (BMG) 2:31:26
  • Broun Fellinis "Carla" from Live from Jupiter Vol .1 (Brounsoun) 2:40:41
  • Host speaks 2:47:21
  • Broun Fellinis "Chestnuts Roasting" from Live from Jupiter Vol .1 (Brounsoun) 2:49:50

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