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Charles Mingus, Luke Stewart-Jarvis Earnshaw Quartet & David Binney

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An extended piece (actually they all are) from Charles Mingus' The Lost Album From Ronnie Scott's is a definite highlight this week, as is the new release from bassist Luke Stewart and sitarist Jarvis Earnshaw. David Binney's new Tomorrow's Journey gets some added bounce from a crew of young L.A. hotshots, NY drummer John Sturino chips in with a couple of bangin' tracks, plus music from new releases by bassist Billy Mohler, Day and Taxi, Mark Turner & guitarist Michael Gregory Jackson.

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  • John Sturino "Scary Gary Bari" from Quartet (Modus Operandi) 00:00
  • Host speaks 05:18
  • John Sturino "Snakebite" from Quartet (Modus Operandi) 06:14
  • Jane Ira Bloom & Mark Helias "Time Shear" from See Our Way (Outline) 13:29
  • Bob Stewart "Bush Baby" from Connections—Mind The Gap (Sunnyside) 19:47
  • Host speaks 27:13
  • Ivo Perelman, Gordon Grdina & Hamin Honari "The Purity Of Desire" from The Purity Of Desire (NotTwo) 28:47
  • Torbjorn Zetterberg "Oraklet I Finnaker" from Are You Happy? (Moserobie) 34:38
  • Ill Considered "The Lurch" from Liminal Space (New Soil) 40:01
  • Host speaks 47:48
  • Luke Stewart—Jarvis Earnshaw "Where I Go, I Am There" from Luke Stewart—Jarvis Earnshaw Quartet (No Quarter) 49:20
  • Luke Stewart—Jarvis Earnshaw Quartet "Kenopia" from Luke Stewart—Jarvis Earnshaw Quartet (No Quartet) 59:52
  • Host speaks 1:06:58
  • Day & Taxi "Ego Killer" from Run: The Darkness Will Come (Percaso) 1:08:52
  • Fred Moten, Brandon Lopez & Gerald Cleaver "Laura Harris" from Fred Moten, Brandon Lopez & Gerald Cleaver (Reading Group) 1:13:30
  • Sonic Liberation Front "Lucky One" from Vocal Works Of Oliver Lake (High Two) 1:22:07
  • Host speaks 1:26:06
  • Charles Mingus "Introduction" from The Lost Album From Ronnie Scott's (Resonance) 1:28:51
  • Charles Mingus "Orange Was The Color Of Her Dress, Then Silk Blues" from The Lost Album From Ronnie Scott's (Resonance) 1:29:49
  • Ethnic Heritage Ensemble "Freedom Jazz Dance" from Freedom Jazz Dance (Delmark) 2:00:29
  • Host speaks 2:08:12
  • David Binney "Tomorrow's Journey" from Tomorrow's Journey (Ghostnote) 2:10:35
  • Sonic Eel "Theme 39 For Vaughan Benjamin" from Live In Brooklyn (Darkfyre) 2:23:51
  • Jonathan Reisin "Option B" from Option B (Habitable) 2:29:49
  • Host speaks 2:35:38
  • Mark Turner Quartet "It's Not Alright With Me" from Return From The Stars (ECM) 2:37:08
  • Michael Gregory Jackson "Sweet Rain Blue" from Elec-Tric-Git-Box (Cuneiform) 2:47:23
  • Host speaks 2:51:45
  • Billy Mohler "Perseverance" from Anatomy (Contagious) 2:52:22

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