David Liebman & Jeff Coffin, Acamar Trio & More

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Danish percussionist and drummer Marilyn Mazur has worked with some of the greats—Miles Davis, Wayne Shorter, Gil Evans, Jan Garbarek—but her latest project is unlike anything previously. She's assembled an ensemble of top women musicians from Scandinavia for her new Shamania release. It's a highlight of this episode of One Man's Jazz, and so is the return of the much-criticized Miles Davis release On the Corner. Saxophonists Jeff Coffin and Dave Liebman decided it was time to take another look at that music, not to create controversy, but to just have a great blowing session recorded live in Nashville.

Another top saxophonist, Tim Berne and multi-instrumentalist Aurora Neeland join the New Orleans duo, Trapper Keaper, for some very original music, while from Europe you'll hear Slovenia's Acamar Trio featuring saxophonist Cene Resnik and another saxophonist, Norway's Jørgen Mathisen & Instant Light.


  • James Brandon Lewis "The Eleventh Hour" from An Unruly Manifesto (Relative Pitch) 00:00
  • Treppenwitz "Paper Waltz" from The Kennedys at Beaver Point (New Jazz) 9:14
  • Alister Spence & Satoko Fujii's Orchestra Kobe "You" from Imagine Meeting You Here (Alister Spence) 16:13
  • Host speaks 26:16
  • Marilyn Mazur "CHAAS" from Shamania (RareNoise) 29:34
  • Marilyn Mazur "Old Melody" from Shamania (RareNoise) 35:08
  • Gerhard Ornig "Trio "Blues" from Fast Flow (Self-released) 40:26
  • Albert King "Drivin' Wheel" from Funky London (Stax) 45:56
  • Host speaks 50:39
  • Trapper Keaper "Passage" from Trapper Keaper Meets Tim Berne & Aurora Neeland (Ears&Eyes) 53:09
  • Trapper Keaper "Warm in Between" from Trapper Keaper Meets Tim Berne & Aurora Neeland (Ears&Eyes) 59:45
  • Mark Alban Lotz "Mouths" from Istanbul Improv Sessions May 4th (Evil Rabbit) 1:03:32
  • Host speaks 1:09:07
  • David Liebman & Jeff Coffin & Friends "Black Satin" from On the Corner: The Music of Miles Davis (Ear Up) 1:11:55
  • Acamar Trio "Tau-7" from TIR (Self-released) 1:23:44
  • Host speaks 1:33:23
  • Mount Meander "Opus" from Live in Berlin (Gotta Let It Out) 1:35:03
  • Steve Coleman "Pad Thai" from Def Trance Beat (Modalities of Rhythm) (BMG) 1:46:28
  • Host speaks 1:51:44
  • Federico Ughi "Emergency Exit" from Transoceanico (577 Records) 1:53:08
  • Ralph Alessi "Melee" from Imaginary Friends (ECM) 1:59:08
  • Host speaks 2:09:22
  • Jørgen Mathisen's Instant Light "Trillion Zeroes" from Mayhall's Object (Clean Feed) 2:10:36
  • Amirtha Kidambi & Elder Ones "Decolonize the World" from From Untruth (Northern Spy) 2:20:58
  • Stephanie Richards " Brooklyn Machine" from Take the Neon Lights (Birdwatcher) 2:30:36
  • Gerry Hemingway Quintet "Slowly Rising" from Double Blues Crossing (Between The Lines) 2:35:10
  • Carlos Bica "Whale Rider" from More Than This (Clean Feed) 2:42:22
  • Host speaks 2:47:33
  • David Liebman & Jeff Coffin & Friends "Lieb Talks About Miles" from On the Corner: The Music of Miles Davis (Ear Up) 2:49:15
  • David Liebman & Jeff Coffin & Friends "In a Silent Way" from On the Corner: The Music of Miles Davis (Ear Up) 2:50:18
  • Miles Davis "In A Silent Way" from The Complete in a Silent Way Sessions (Columbia) 2:54:06

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