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Carlos Bica, Coltrane/Dolphy & James Brandon Lewis

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This show is highlighted by Portuguese bassist Carlos Bica's latest release on Clean Feed—Playing With Beethoven. Bica creates some very unexpected music. No one expected to hear em>Evenings At The Village Gate: John Coltrane With Eric Dolphy; the original recording sat undiscovered for many years. But it's now available and there's a great deal of buzz about the album. There are other fine saxophonist featured: James Brandon Lewis and a preview track from his latest with his Red Lily Quintet, Europeans Liba Villavecchia from Spain, Slawek Pezda from Poland, Italy's Francesco Bearzatti riffing on Led Zeppelin, Frenchman Daniel Erdmann on the Bica album,, Danish veteran Jesper Zeuthen, the badly under-recorded Mark Reboul from NYC, and Darius Jones with some very challenging improv. Other new Clean Feed releases get sampled too. Reed Up!!!

Playlist

  • Slawek Pezda Quartet "The Creator Has A Master Plan" from Tribute To Tenor Legend (Faber) 00:00
  • Slawek Pezda Quartet "Ghosts" from Tribute To Tenor Legends (Faber) 08:48
  • Host speaks 13:11
  • John Coltrane & Eric Dolphy "My Favorite Things" from Evenings At The Village Gate: John Coltrane With Eric Dolphy (Impulse) 15:44
  • Alex Fournier "ESD" from Tri-io (Self-released) 32:36
  • Liba Villavecchia Trio "Lublin" from Birchwood (Clean Feed) 40:13
  • Host speaks 48:27
  • Pedro Velasco Trio "Ringo's Towel" from Part 1, 2, 3 (Self-released) 50:11
  • Domen Cizej Trio "Openings, Resolutions" from Poetry (Clean Feed) 1:00:38
  • Host speaks 1:11:05
  • James Brandon Lewis Red Lily Quintet "Precious Lord" from For Mahalia With Love (Tao Forms) 1:13:35
  • Orquestra del Tiempo Perdido "Koeska" from Sepk (Clean Feed) 1:17:42
  • Jesper Lovdal, Butch Lacy, Mark Dresser & Kresten Osgood "Lacy Dresser" from Being Playing (Ilk) 1:22:26
  • Francesco Bearzatti, Danilo Gallo & Stefano Tamborrino "Kashmir" from Post-Atomic Zep: The Music Of Led Zeppelin (Artesuono) 1:32:46
  • Host speaks 1:40:25
  • Emanuele Parrini, Samo Salamon & Vasco Trilla "Bicycles And Mulberries" from Eating Poetry (Clean Feed) 1:43:27
  • Murmullo "Rafi's Song" from Murmullo (QFTF) 1:49:32
  • Host speaks 1:54:07
  • Margaux Oswald & Jesper Zeuthen "Cheep" from Magnetite (Clean Feed) 1:55:12
  • Chick Corea "Armando's Rhumba" from My Spanish Heart (GRP) 2:03:10
  • Host speaks 2:08:26
  • Mark Reboul "6 3 4" from Seven Pieces, About An Hour (ESP-Disk) 2:10:29
  • Matthew Shipp "Jazz Emotions" from The Intrinsic Nature of Shipp (Mahakala Music) 2:18:08
  • Entropia Ensemble "A Night In Kaliska" from Entropia (Alpaka) 2:22:47
  • Silvia Bolognesi's Young Shouts "Dyani" from A Frame In The Crowd (Fonterossa) 2:30:35
  • Host speaks 2:38:50
  • Darius Jones "Rainbow" from FluxKit Vancouver (It's Suite But Sacred) (Northern Spy/We Jazz) 2:41:30
  • Federico Isasti Trio "Boruro (A Rogelia)" from El Hombre, El Espejo, El Nino (Ears&Eyes) 2:48:08
  • Carlos Bica "Les Frigos" from I Am The Escaped One (Clean Feed) 2:52:50
  • Host speaks 2:59:59
  • Carlos Bica "Ein Tanz" from Playing With Beethoven (Clean Feed) 3:01:41

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