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Crosscurrents Trio, Dave Douglas, Aaron Dolman and More

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This week a focus on four great new albums from Dave Douglas, The Crosscurrents Trio (Dave Holland, Chris Potter, Zakir Hussain), Aaron Dolman and Matana Roberts. Also a selection of other newly released material and some live Miles Davis.

Playlist

  • Dave Douglas "Showing Up" from Engage (Greenleaf) 00:00
  • Dave Holland, Zakir Hussain, Chris Potter "Ziandi" from Good Hope (Edition Records) 08:15
  • Matana Roberts "Jewels of the Sky Inscription" from COIN COIN Chapter Four: Memphis (Constellation) 15:55
  • Matana Roberts "As Far as Eyes Can See" from COIN COIN Chapter Four: Memphis (Constellation) 17:42
  • Aaron Dolman "Memory Is an Anchor" from Nostalgia and Other Fantasies (Aaron Dolman) 22:38
  • Simon Nabatov "The Church of Novograd" from Readings: Red Cavalry (Leo Records) 30:25
  • Dave Douglas "Sanctuary Cities" from Engage (Greenleaf) 37:12
  • Dave Holland, Zakir Hussain, Chris Potter "Lucky Seven" from Good Hope (Edition Records) 41:41
  • Aaron Dolman "Stars in a Midnight Lake" from Nostalgia and Other Fantasies (Aaron Dolman) 52:20
  • Illegal Crowns "Brushes" from The No Nosed Puppet (RogueArt) 1:00:00
  • Simon Barker, Scott Tinkler "Peripheral" from Interweave (Kimnara) 1:05:27
  • Christophe Rocher, Joe Fonda, Harvey Sorgen "Cosmonosis" from New Origin (Not Two) 1:10:19
  • Matana Roberts "Trail of the Smiling Sphinx" from COIN COIN Chapter Four: Memphis (Constellation) 1:16:54
  • Aaron Dolman "Signs of Change" from Nostalgia and Other Fantasies (Aaron Dolman) 1:26:36
  • Dave Holland, Zakir Hussain, Chris Potter "Island Feeling" from Good Hope (Edition Records) 1:31:22
  • Dave Douglas "Whole Souls" from Engage (Greenleaf) 1:38:28
  • Miles Davis "What I Say" from The Cellar Door Sessions (Columbia) 1:42:35

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