Expat bassist Mike Parker’s Unified Theory is living in Poland now and making great music with his Trio Theory. This episode kicks off with a pair of tunes from Shiny Objects, Dark Places, his latest album. You'll also hear Burning Ghosts with their musical expression of anger and distaste for the current state of American politics. The second hour features Australia's Alister Spence continued collaboration with the great Satoko Fujii, conducting her Orchestra Kobe through a set of distinctly original music. The final set has new music from Europe: Italian pianist Luca Sguera and the Scandinavian super group The Way Ahead. And there's plenty more throughout this edition of One Man's Jazz.
Mike Parker Unified Theory "Goldfinger" from Shiny Objects, Dark Places (Self-released) 0:00
Host speaks 08:42
Mike Parker Unified Theory "Arctica" from Shiny Objects, Dark Places (Self-released) 10:59
Philip Zoubek Trio "The Long Fade" from Outside (WhyPlayJazz) 21:24
Oestetik " Recollection Of A Dream" from Coincidences (Self-released) 27:20
Host speaks 34:47
Burning Ghosts "Fanfare For The End Of Truth" from American Circus (Orenda) 36:49
Satoko Fujii Trio "The Way To Get There" from Towards, To West (Enja) 44:44
Host speaks 51:51
Disorder at the Border "Comme Il Faut" from Disorder at the Border Plays Ornette (NotTwo) 53:28
Kuba Pluzek Quartet "Veehighster -Piece For Critics Part 3" from Froots (For Tune) 1:00:08
Host speaks 1:06:28
Alister Spence & Satoko Fujii Orchestra Kobe "Part 2 (Meeting)" from Imagine Meeting You Here (Alister Spence Music) 1:09:22
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