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Many jazz musicians in Poland consider playing and/or recording the music of Poland's father of jazz, Krzysztof Komeda, a rite of passage. A similar feeling exists with most jazz musicians anywhere about the music of Thelonious Monk, John Coltrane, Ornette Coleman and more. This episode features some recordings that follow that path. Saxophonist Dan Willis tackles Monk on his new latest release, while Miguel Zenon fronts a European band in an Ornette-inspired set. Canadian drummer Ivan Bamford and his Eyevin Nonet dig into some unreleased large compositions of the late Thomas Chapin. A few off-the-wall bands —Weird Box, Fergus Quill Trio, Treesearch and Amok Amor make an appearance, and there's even some sort-of vintage tunes from Charles Lloyd, Bill Frisell and Kahil El'Zabar. Enjoy!

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  • Charles Lloyd Quartet "Dream Weaver -Meditation-Dervish Dance" from Dream Weaver (Atlantic) 00:00/li>
  • Host speaks 11:29
  • Dan Willis & Velvet Gentlemen "Hackensack" from The Monk Project (Belle Avenue) 13:39
  • Dan Willis & Velvet Gentlemen "Criss Cross" from The Monk Project (Belle Avenue) 20:04
  • Jeff Albert "Row Homerun" from Oma(H)a (Breafast4Dinner) 30:08
  • Giancarlo Tossani & Big Monitors "Dream Flag" from Knots & Notes (Auand) 36:24
  • Host speaks 40:51
  • Eyevin Nonet "Lense" from Thomas Chapin III -Unearthed (Self-released) 42:23
  • Manuel Hermia "The Colour Under The Skin" from Long Tales And Short Stories (Igloo) 51:26
  • Host speaks 1:00:07
  • Banz Oester & The Rain Makers "Eucalypso" from Playing At The Birds Eye (Unit) 1:00:52
  • Host speaks 1:10:39
  • Treesearch "Sort Preserve" from Birdward (577 Records) 1:11:42
  • Dan Pitt Quintet "Wrongs" from Wrongs ( Self-released) 1:18:18
  • Miguel Zenon "Law Years" from Law Years (Miel) 1:23:30
  • Host speaks 1:34:36
  • Christopher Hoffman "Discretionary" from Asp Nimbus(Out Of Your Head) 1:36:26
  • Christopher Hoffman "Non-submersible" from Asp Nimbus (Out Of Your Head) 1:40:30
  • Weird Box "Prince Of Crime" from Radio Paris (Auand) 1:44:55
  • Host speaks 1:49:37
  • Paul Dunmall & Mark Sanders "Henry Grimes" from Unity (577 Records) 1:50:59
  • Paul Dunmall & Keith Tippett "Song And Dance And" from Onosante (577 Records) 2:00:20
  • Host speaks 2:07:26
  • Fergus Quill Trio "Sun Dream" from Zoop Zoop (Tight Lines) 2:08:48
  • Fredrik Nordstrom "Fake Face" from Needs (Clean Feed) 2:16:29
  • Ombak Trio "Again And Again As Always" from Look For The Difference (Self-released) 2:20:58
  • Host speaks 2:32:31
  • Amok Amor "Mai 3 -Achse Des Guten" from Amok Amor (Boomslang) 2:33:50
  • Kahil El'Zabar Trio "One World Family" from Love Outside Of Dreams (Delmark) 2:41:03
  • Host speaks 2:49:20
  • Bill Frisell "A Change Is Gonna Come" from History, Mystery (Nonesuch) 2:51:52

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