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Lucia Cadotsch, Dark Horse, Oaagaada, Sabu Toyozumi and More

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As often happens on this show, the recordings we featured emanate from many countries, and this episode is no different. New releases include those by Japanese drumming legend Sabu Toyozumi (recorded in The Philippines), Sweden's Dark Horse, French drummer Raphaël Pannier, Finland's Oaagaada, Italy's Ground 71, and Swiss vocalist Lucia Cadotsch. American baritone saxophonist Josh Sinton gets back to the wars with his trio What Happens in a Year, trumpeter Alex Massa focuses on water issues in his new release, while the band Quintopus continues the improvisational style it has adopted. Much more of course, with a big finish: a revisit to Chicago's bristling saxophonist Isaiah Lewis Collier 's albums.

Playlist

  • Orchestre National de Jazz "Lonely Woman" fromDancing in Your Head(s) (ONJ) 00:00
  • Om "It's About Time" from It's About Time (Intakt) 10:33
  • Host speaks 22:09
  • Sabu Toyozumi "Tall, The Tree Speaks" from Re-Abstraction (FMR) 24:32
  • Michael Formanek Quartet "Soft Reality" from Pre-Apocalyptic (Out of Your Head) 34:08
  • Raphaël Pannier "Lullaby" from Faune (French Paradox) 42:49
  • Host speaks 49:17
  • Oaagaada "Oag-ada" from Swimming Trip (We Jazz) 50:43
  • Dark Horse "Brutet Groove" from Listen (We Jazz) 55:19
  • Jake Wark Quartet "Screed" from Scrawl (Amalgam) 59:10
  • Host speaks 1:06:58
  • Ground 71 "Personal Highway" from Ground 71 (Amp) (Jazz Engine) 1:08:19
  • Larry Ochs-Aram Shelton "Another Night" from Continental Drift (Clean Feed) 1:19:09
  • Pia Hernandez Trio "Ella Dormiente" from Lilith (Irazu) 1:27:06
  • Host speaks 1:32:44
  • Alex Massa "The Water Thief" from Water Music (Ears&Eyes) 1:34:37
  • Manuel Hermia "Indian Suite" from Ra Jazz (Igloo) 1:41:54
  • Host speaks 1:51:41
  • Lucia Cadotsch "Wild Is The Wind" from Speak Low (II) (We Jazz) 1:53:10
  • Ground 71 "Groundless" from Ground 71 (Amp) (Jazz Engine) 1:59:03
  • Josephine Davies "Niroda -The Possibility Of Liberation" from How Can We Wake? (Whirlwind) 2:07:28
  • Quintopus "Declotter" from The Adjacent Possible (Ears&Eyes) 2:12:47
  • Host speaks 2:16:49
  • Josh Sinton & What Happens in a Year "Netherland" from Cérémonie Musique (FiP) 2:19:14
  • Sylvie Courvoisier Trio "Galore" from Free Hoops (Intakt) 2:27:18
  • I.P.A. "Barnen" from Bashing Mushrooms (Cuneiform) 2:34:36
  • Isaiah Collier "Retrograde Amian" from The Unapologetic Negro (Self-released) 2:41:11
  • Host Speaks 2:49:32
  • Isaiah Collier "Wade in the Water" from Return of the Black Emperor (Self-released) 2:51:13

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