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David León, Sean Conly, Thomas Heberer & more Jerry Granelli

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Aire De Agua from saxophonist David Leon is a very impressive recording. It's one of the highlights of this episode. Bassist Sean Conly keeps his string of fine recordings going with his latest, The Buzz, and you'll hear samples from other new releases from two Argentinians, drummer Axel Filip and saxophonist Rodrigo Dominguez, trumpeter Thomas Heberer, and two from Portugal, saxophonist Jose Lencastre's Nau Quartet and vibraphonist Paulo Santo. Some Jerry Granelli for you as well.


  • Ches Smith & We All Break "Leaves Alive" from Path Of Seven Colours (Pyroclastic) 00:00
  • Host speaks 09:34
  • Jim Yanda "Path" from Silent Way (Cornerstore Jazz) 11:26
  • Francisco Mela "Dark Light" from Music Frees Our Soul Vol. 1 (577 Records) 20:05
  • Isaiah Collier "Humility" from Cosmic Transitions (Division 81) 23:49
  • Host speaks 34:06
  • Sean Conly "The Stretch" from The Buzz (577 Records) 35:50
  • El Devenir Del Rio "Para Marilyn" from Invocación (Ears & Eyes) 40:45
  • El Devenir Del Rio "Caza De Brujas" from Invocación (Ears & Eyes) 43:36
  • Host speaks 49:20
  • David León "Horrible Horrible Service" from Aire De Agua (Out Of Your Head) 52:15
  • David León "First You Must Learn The Grip" from Aire De Agua (Out Of Your Head) 56:27
  • Jerry Granelli & Badlands "The Dragon" from Enter A Dragon (Songlines) 1:01:15
  • Jerry Granelli V16 Project "It's A Man's World" from The Sonic Temple (Songlines) 1:10:14
  • Host speaks 1:19:17
  • José Lencastre Nau Quartet "Thought Atmospheres" from Thoughts Are Things (Phonogram Unit) 1:21:10
  • Thomas Heberer "Jimi Metag" from The Day That Is (Sunnyside) 1:29:14
  • Host speaks 1:33:41
  • Thomas Heberer "Erg Chebbi" from The Day That Is (Sunnyside) 1:34:40
  • Adam Pieronczyk "Frameless Thinking" from I'll Colour Around It (Self-released) 1:39:50
  • Adam Pieronczyk "Alhena" from Oaxaca (Self-released) 1:51:38
  • Host speaks 1:54:24
  • Sean Conly "Sweetie Pie" from The Buzz (577 Records) 1:55:01
  • Dolphiana "Gazelloni" from The Spiritual Man (Self-released) 2:00:30
  • Danilo Gallo & Alberto Dipace "Leads You To" from Collera City (Aut Records) 2:06:27
  • Host speaks 2:12:07
  • Paulo Santo "Freefall" from Agueda (Robalo Music) 2:13:26
  • Rodrigo Dominguez "Mucho Mejor Que Esta Pocilga" from Borocotopo (Ears & Eyes) 2:21:10
  • Resilient Vessels "Green Paper Tea" from Live At The Cell (RRGems) 2:29:17
  • Host speaks 2:36:00
  • Axel Filip "Al Rio" from Sendero (Ears & Eyes) 2:37:42
  • David Boykin Expanse "Empowerment (We Are Sunlight)" from Progenitor (Self-released) 4:24:53
  • Host speaks 2:54:05
  • Larry Ochs & Donald Robinson "A Civil Right" from A Civil Right (ESP-Disk) 2:54:51

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