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Dave Liebman, Joe Lovano, Marbin, Kari Ikonen & More New Releases

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Two tenor titans are at the heart of this week's show, Dave Liebman and Joe Lovano involved in several projects as leaders or co-leaders. Two emerging pianists, Kari Ikonen and Francesco Orio share interesting perspectives on the use of their instrument. For the rest, we'll go from the shreddin' energy of Marbin to the jazz take on a classical Franz Schubert song-cycle by Madre Vaca.

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Playlist

  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Marbin "Escape from Hippie Mountain" Shreddin' at Sweetwater (Self-released) 0:16
  • Host talks 6:50
  • Cortex "Standby" Legal Tender (Clean Feed) 7:57
  • Host talks 13:56
  • Benjamin Koppel "Ahmad the Terrible" The Art of the Quartet (u n i t) 14:51
  • Various Artists -Alder Ego "Cubism" Ateneum 2019 (We Jazz) 24:10
  • Host talks 29:05
  • The Generations Quartet "Village Blues" Invitation (Self-released) 31:23
  • Kaleidoscope Jukebox "Topsy Turvy" Dancing on the Edge -EP (Dot Time) 37:38
  • Joe Lovano "Worlds/Places" Worlds (Label Bleu) 47:34
  • Joe Lovano "West of the Moon" Garden of Expression (ECM) 56:16
  • Host talks 1:01:56
  • Kari Ikonen "Matqu'ah On Maqam Rast" Impressions, Improvisations and Compositions (Ozella) 1:03:23
  • Francesco Orio Trio "Pierrot Rondo" OS (Self-released) 1:07:42
  • Host talks 1:13:10
  • Madre Vaca "Frozen" Winterreise (Madre Vaca) 1:15:38
Photo credit: Richard Conde

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