Victor Gould, Eastern Rebellion, Ray Santos and More

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This week we open our show with a bright young cat that is leading the new jazz march, Victor Gould, in our mission to showcase the best and brightest in the world of jazz. From there, we shift to an elder statesman Ahmad Jamal and to others notable players on today's scene, like Champian Fulton, Andrés Vial and Rez Abbasi. A musician from London reached out to the show recently by the name of Loz Speyer and we are happy to spin his music. Finally, we finish the show strong in a London frame of mind via Coldplay with a jazzy cut off their upcoming new double CD called Everyday Life.


  • Victor Gould "Brand New" Thoughts Become Things (Blue Room) 00:00
  • Host talks 4:36
  • Donald Harrison, Jr. "Freddie Freeloader" Kind of New (Candid) 6:30
  • Ahmad Jamal "It's The Good Life" Encore(Jazz Village) 12:19
  • Host talks 16:53
  • Champian Fulton "Tangerine"Dream a LIttle (Cellar Live) 18:07
  • Snorre Kirk "18th Vine" Beat (Stunt) 23:24
  • Host talks 25:56
  • Eastern Rebellion "SKJ'" The Legacy Lives On (Mack Avenue) 27:00
  • Andrés Vial "Gang of Three" Gang of Three (Chromatic) 31:59
  • Host talks 36:24
  • Ray Santos "Calipso A La Duke" Los Mejores Músicos de Puerto Rico (Disco Hit) 37:14
  • Rez Abbasi "Moving Forward" A Throw of Dice (Whirlwind) 41:29
  • Host talks 43:28
  • Loz Speyer "Dalston Carnival" Time Zone (Spherical) 45:11
  • Host talks 49:44
  • Coldplay "Arabesque" Everyday Life (Atlantic/Parlophone) 51:09

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