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Dezron Douglas, Nadje Noordhuis, Kirk Lightsey, Timothy Norton & More New Releases

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Plato, Mingus and Seinfeld: what could they possibly have in common? Not much—or a lot—depending on the plasticity of your mind. You'll get the answer if you listen to this edition of Mondo Jazz, digging forward, and back with a precious new compilation showcasing the Detroit Artists Workshop.

Happy listening!

Playlist

  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Timothy Norton "Saba Saba Bachu Bachu" Visions of Phaedrus (Trrcollective) 0:16
  • Host talks 7:39
  • Dezron Douglas "More Coffee Please" Atalaya (International Anthem) 8:59
  • Host talks 14:19
  • Abel Mireles "Good Angry" Animo (Sunnyside) 15:49
  • Nadje Noordhuis "Ventura" Full Circle (Newvelle) 24:04
  • Host talks 28:44
  • Lyman Woodard "Déjà Vu" John Sinclair Presents Detroit Artists Workshop (Strut) 31:14
  • Kirk Lightsey "Freedom Jazz Dance" Live at Smalls Jazz Club (Cellar Live) 36:59
  • Charles Lloyd "Kuan Yin" Trios: Ocean (Blue Note) 48:59
  • Host talks 58:50
  • Dierk Peters "Byroad Lyre" Spring (Sunnyside) 1:00:30

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