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Danilo Gallo, Ernesto Jodos, East Axis & Garfo

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This show is loaded with new releases. My favourite record label, Clean Feed, continually provides excellent music and I dip into the latest batch (read our reviews), sampling new albums by Italian bassist Danilo Gallo & Dry Dark Tears, Lisbon's Garfo and edgy trumpeter Luis Vicente & his trio. ESP-Disk's place in the history of jazz record labels is well-established; that trend continues with new ones from the NY quartet, East Axis, and a trio of Michael Bisio, Kirk Knuffke & Fred Lonberg-Holm. From Buenos Aires' busy Ears & Eyes, there's new music from pianist Ernesto Jodos with Mark Helias & Barry Altschul. The ultra-rhythmic side of things is covered nicely by Washington D.C.'s Anansi Trio and the Munich big band of Hammond organist Matthias Bublath. If his track doesn't get some body parts moving, call 911 now!

Playlist

  • East Axis "I'm Cool With That" from Cool With That (ESP-Disk) 00:00
  • Host speaks 07:28
  • East Axis "A-Side" from Cool With That (ESP-Disk) 08:37
  • Sons of Kemet "Throughout the Madness" from Black To The Future (Impulse) 20:38
  • Marek Kadziela "Gedde" from Marek Kadziela Jazz Ensemble (Audio Cave) 26:24
  • Host speaks 31:08
  • Danilo Gallo's Dark Dry Tears "Bubble Dust" from A View Through A Slot (Clean Feed) 32:19
  • Woodoism "Feuer im Termitenhugel" from Alternate Reality (Nwog) 41:07
  • Dejan Terzic's Axiom "Chimaera" from Silent Dancer (Cam Jazz) 46:46
  • Host speaks 51:53
  • Matthias Bublath "Eight Cylinder" from Eight Cylinder Big Band (Self-released) 52:57
  • Mario Pavone's Dialect Trio "Good Treble" from Blue Vertical (Out Of Your Head) 59:42
  • Host speaks 1:05:10
  • Luis Vicente Trio "Anahata" from Chanting In The Name Of (Clean Feed) 1:06:24
  • Jaimie Branch "Birds Of Paradise" from Fly Or Die Live (Intl. Anthem) 1:16:53
  • Thumbscrew "Through An Open Window" from Never Is Enough (Cuneiform) 1:22:52
  • Host speaks 1:28:20
  • Michael Bisio, Kirk Knuffke & Fred Lonberg-Holm "Use Them" from The Art Spirit (ESP-Disk) 1:29:01
  • Stephane Payen & The Workshop "Sabar Morphing" from In And Out (Onze Heures) 1:35:35
  • The Red Microphone "When Reagan Was Bad" from And I Became Of The Dark (ESP-Disk) 1:42:48
  • Host speaks 1:49:12
  • Chris McGregor & Archie Shepp "Sangena" from En Concert å Banlieu Blues (52eme Rue Est) 1:51:05
  • Anansi Trio "Lenox Avenue Breakdown" from Calling (Self-released) 1:59:20
  • Host speaks 2:04:48
  • Garfo "T" from Garfo (Clean Feed) 2:06:31
  • Garfo "Piglet" from Garfo (Clean Feed) 2:11:05
  • Alder Ego "November Ghost" fromIII (WeJazz) 2:14:10
  • Host speaks 2:19:15
  • Ernesto Jodos "Diorama" from Confluence (Ears&Eyes) 2:21:35
  • Ernesto Jodos " You Can't Name Your Own Tune" from Confluence (Ears&Eyes) 2:28:02
  • Aksel Rønning Trio "Ten Tiny Moons" from A.R.T. (Ora) 2:32:43
  • Muriel Grossmann "Wein" from Quiet Earth (Dreamland) 2:41:42
  • Host speaks 2:51:10
  • Danilo Gallo's Dark Dry Tears "Eyes Of Twilight" from A View Through A Slot (Clean Feed) 2:52:21

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