Cochemea, Miles Davis, Kenny Garrett, Daniel Freedman & More New Releases

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This week we return to our periodic perusal of new releases, including re-releases from the vault of Black Fire Records (courtesy of the ever vigilant Strut Records), a newly released 1991 live-recording by Miles Davis and the upcoming project by his saxophonist from that band, Kenny Garrett. Speaking of saxophonists, don't miss the gems by electro-saxophonists Cochemea Gastelum and Sam Gendel!

Happy listening!


  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Southern Energy Ensemble "F-U-N-K-Y 'til the Day I Die" Southern Energy (Strut) 0:16
  • Host talks 4:51
  • Oneness of Juju & Plunky "Higher" Make a Change (Strut) 6:16
  • Kamasi Washington "Sun Kissed Child" Sun Kissed Child—Single (Hollywood) 10:55
  • Host talks 18:55
  • Daniel Freedman "Sol" Sol -Single (GSI) 20:26
  • Cochemea "Mimbreños" Vol. 2: Baca Sewa (Daptone) 22:38
  • Sam Gendel, Sam Wilkes "Cold Pocket" Music for Saxofone & Bass Guitar More Songs (Leaving) 26:59
  • Host talks 30:21
  • Kenny Garrett "For Art's Sake" Sounds from the Ancestors (Mack Avenue) 32:29
  • Miles Davis "Human Nature (Live at Vienne Jazz Festival, 1991)" Merci Miles! Live at Vienne (Rhino) 41:01

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