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These days no one should be surprised at the quantity of highly talented women instrumentalists active in the current jazz and creative music scene. They come from all over the globe, and this episode casts the spotlight on some with current new releases: New York-based German saxophonist Charlotte Greve (The Choir Invisible), Belgian singer and keyboardist Lynn Cassiers (Yun), Italian bassist Federica Michisanti (Jeux De Coleurs) and Argentinean saxophonist Camila Nebbia (Aura). Add Toronto's fine trumpeter Lina Allemano to this group and you'd have an amazing band. Also this week, the debut of the debut of much-praised saxophonist Immanuel Wilkins, Christoph Irniger's Trio and music from a heretofore unreleased live concert by bassist Michael Formanek's quartet add to the great music for you this week.


  • Sylvain Darrifourcq, Manuel Hermia , Théo Ceccaldi / Roberto Negro / Valentin Ceccaldi / Adrien Chennebault "Disruption" from Kaijū Eats Cheeseburgers (Hector) 00:00
  • Host speaks 12:46
  • Camila Nebbia "Al costado del rio" from Aura (Ears&Eyes) 15:07
  • Alister Spence "(Over)Taken" from Whirlpool (Self-released) 23:59
  • Thomas Aagergard, Thomas Hass "Night Drive for Ornette" from Double Drums (Self-released) 29:50
  • Host speaks 34:51
  • Charlotte Greve, Chris Tordini, Vinnie Sperrazza "1.7" from The Choir Invisible (Intakt) 36:06
  • Charlotte Greve, Chris Tordini, Vinnie Sperrazza "The Choir Invisible" from The Choir Invisible (Intakt) 41:35
  • Paul Williamson "Modified Gravity" from Dark Energy (FMR) 46:43
  • Host speaks 52:18
  • Christoph Irniger Trio "40 Years of an Old Wise Lady" from Open City (Intakt) 53:43
  • Mat Walerian's Okuden Quartet "Magic World Part 2—Work" from Every Dog Has Its Day... (ESP-Disk) 59:37
  • Host speaks 1:11:28
  • Lynn Cassiers "Call It Off" from Yun (Clean Feed) 1:12:56
  • Lynn Cassiers "All" from Yun (Clean Feed) 1:20:49
  • Dan Rosenboom Quartet "Come Humble" from Points on an Infinite Line (Orenda) 1:25:10
  • Host speaks 1:32:09
  • Immanuel Wilkins "Mary Turner-An American Tradition" from Omega (Blue Note) 1:33:18
  • Immanuel Wilkins "Omega" from Omega (Blue Note) 1:37:34
  • Lina Allemano & Ohrenschmaus "Ostsee" from Rats And Mice (Lumo) 1:46:14
  • Host speaks 1:53:01
  • Various Artists "Maxwell Street" from The Chicago Experiment (Ropeadope) 1:55:00
  • Billy Mohler Quartet "Prairie Flower" from Focus (Self-released) 1:58:52
  • Abbey Rader Trio "Celestial Call" from To Ignite The Fire (Abray) 2:04:16
  • Host speaks 2:13:23
  • Camila Nebbia "La Quietud Del Vient" from Aura (Ears&Eyes) 2:14:23
  • Michael Formanek Quartet "Small Places" from Pre-Apocalyptic (Out Of Your Head) 2:21:38
  • Larry Ochs-Aram Shelton Quartet "Annabel" from Continental Drift (Clean Feed) 2:29:35
  • Host speaks 2:35:52
  • Federica Michisanti Horn Trio "Orange" from Jeux De Coleurs (Parco Della Music) 2:37:34
  • Sean Conly "Skippin' Town (100 Mile Rule)" from Hard Knocks (Clean Feed) 2:43:11
  • Host speaks 2:49:52
  • Jason Robinson, Bruno Raberg & Bob Weiner "Barbary Cross Fade" from The Urgency Of Now (Creative Nation) 2:50:42

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