Camila Nebbia, Jeff Cosgrove, Vijay Anderson and More

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This episode has a definite focus on the progressive improvisation scene in Buenos Aires, with much of the music centering on the talented tenor player, Camila Nebbia. You'll hear music from several groups where Nebbia is a featured voice. Also debuting this week, drummer Jeff Cosgrove—still in trio mode—but this time without William Parker playing bass; no fear however, as Cosgrove, Jeff Lederer and John Medeski explore Parker's extensive book, while another fine drummer, Vijay Anderson, offers Covers , an intriguing set of covers of tunes. Sale proceeds from these albums go to the NAACP Legal Defense Fund. Not to be forgotten is rising star bassist Kenneth Jimenez; he's just released another for his own Irazu label called Triangulate the Landscape . Lastly, you'll want to check out music from the Infinity Gritty label: a 15-member collaboration from around the world, each with a 24-hour window to contribute their musical parts for The People of 2020.


  • Mingunos "Better Get Hit in Your Soul" from Cumulus Mingus (Self-released) 00:00
  • Host speaks 07:00
  • Camila Nebbia Sexteto "Garden of Souls" from A Veces La Luz De Lo Que Existe Resplandece Solamente (Kuai) 09:17
  • Mike Pride, Jonathan Moritz "Last Train Out of Monroe" from The Invitation (Astral Spirits) 17:06
  • Bob Gluck "Today Today" from Early Morning Star (Self-released) 22:14
  • Host speaks 27:08
  • Camila Nebbia, Santiago Lamisovski, Andres Elstein "Congeniality" from Caminar Sin Rumbo (Club Del Disco) 28:08
  • Sergio Verdinelli Trio "Me Haces Susurrar" from No Me Digas Loco (Ears & Eyes) 36:07
  • Songs of Tales "Moanin" from Life Is a Gong Show (Self-released) 41:02
  • JAF Trio "Nostalgia" from JAF Trio (We Jazz) 45:24
  • Host speaks 49:37
  • Vijay Anderson Quartet "Spooning" from Covers (Self-released) 51:55
  • Henry Threadgill "Try Some Ammonia" from Too Much Sugar for a Dime (Axiom) 59:17
  • Host speaks 1:11:28
  • Plevida "Aferrado A Un Fragmento De Sueño" from Plevida (Self-released) 1:12:20
  • AHL6 "Thinker Try to Dance" from Thinker Try to Dance (Self-released) 1:17:27
  • Keys & Screws "Broadway Birdie Part I" from Some More Jazz (NoBusiness) 1:21:55
  • Host speaks 1:33:45
  • Various Artists "Slide Out" from The People of 2020 (Infinity Gritty) 1:36:29
  • Eivind Opsvik "Hey Days of Hay" from Overseas Live 2002-2012 (Loyal Label) 1:43:00
  • Host speaks 1:49:23
  • Kenneth Jimenez Trio "Graveled Air" from Triangulate the Landscape (Irazu) 1:50:25
  • Josh Appleby, Scott L. French, Liam Butler-Webb, Ton Van Bergeyk / John James / Sam Mitchell / Dale Miller "AllTheWhiteNotes" from Magic Amid the Chaos (Self-released) 1:58:27
  • Host speaks 2:04:45
  • Jeff Cosgrove Trio "Gospel Flowers" from History Gets Ahead of the Story (Grizzley) 2:06:09
  • Jeff Cosgrove Trio "Purcell's Lament" from History Gets Ahead of the Story (Grizzley) 2:12:27
  • Jason Kao Hwang "2 AM" from Human Rites Trio (True Sound) 2:18:31
  • Host speaks 2:24:30
  • Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey "Prelude" from Race Riot Suite (Royal Potato Family) 2:25:19
  • Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey "Black Wall Street" from Race Riot Suite (Royal Potato Family) 2:27:58
  • Rob Burke "Discordat 4" from Slip Sliding (FMR) 2:35:11
  • Ambrose Akinmusire Trio "An Interlude (That Gets More Intense)" from On the Tender Spot of Every Callous Moment (Blue Note) 2:39:50
  • Adam Pieroncyzk, Anthony Joseph "The Kimberley Hotel" from Migratory Poets (For Tune) 2:46:20
  • Host speaks 2:54:47
  • Camila Nebbia, Santiago Lamisovski, Andres Elstein "Lonely Woman" from Caminar Sin Rumbo (Club Del Disco) 2:56:06

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