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Don Cherry, Big Monitors, John Coltrane, Emanuele Passerini

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With today's show we focus directly or indirectly on current and past masters of the creative scene, from Don Cherry to John Coltrane and from William Parker to Tony Allen.

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Playlist

  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Big Monitors "Hunk Pappa Blues / Junk Meal" Knots and Notes (Auand) 0:16
  • Host talks 3:16
  • Tony Allen "Cosmosis (feat. Ben Okri & Skepta)" There Is No End (Blue Note) 4:31
  • Host talks 7:53
  • Emanuele Passerini "Jump & Run" Trio Geometrics (Dodicilune) 9:26
  • Elin Forkelid "Ogunde" Elin Forkelid Plays for Trane (Sail Cabin) 15:11
  • John Coltrane Quartet "The Promise" Newport, New York, Alabama, 1963 Revisited (Ezz-thetics) 22:45
  • Host talks 30:49
  • Don Cherry "Nigeria" Cherry Jam -EP (Gearbox Records) 33:11
  • Don Cherry's New Researches featuring Nana Vasconcelos "Ganesh" Organic Music Theatre: Festival de jazz de Chateauvallon 1972 (Blank Forms) 37:59
  • Host talks 43:25
  • Don Cherry "Summer House Sessions Side B" The Summer House Sessions (Blank Forms) 46:08

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