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Edward Vesala, Jean-Paul Celea, The Necks & more

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This episode of One Man's Jazz continues to dig into the goldmine of international jazz artistry with featured samplings of artists from the Freddy Morezon Collective in Toulouse along with fellow Frenchman, bassist Jean-Paul Celea's Yes Ornette Trio, while Germany's MPS Records compilation of cosmic music from the 1965-1975 decade is also explored.

There's more Tomasz Stanko and some Edward Vesala, with Australia's The Necks, so popular in Europe, making the closing statement.

Playlist

  • Edward Vesala "Areous Vlor Ta" from Nan Madol (ECM) 00:00
  • Host speaks 12:39
  • Edward Vesala "Together" from Satu (ECM) 13:55
  • Hubert Dupont "Recondition" from Smart Grid (Ultrabolic) 21:01
  • Tomasz Stanko "Morning Heavy Song" from Bosonossa & Other Ballads (GOWI) 26:58
  • Host speaks 35:07
  • Fish From Hell "La Chasse" from Moby Dick Wanted (Mr. Morezon) 37:12
  • Pepa Paivinen & Good Romans "Felix Culpa Parts 1 -3" from Felix Culpa (Finnish Explosions) 46:42
  • Host speaks 53:16
  • Gal Atzur "Green" from Trio (Self-released) 54:29
  • Host speaks 59:53
  • Albert Mangelsdorff Quartet " Never Let It End" from Cosmic Forest (MPS) 1:02:09
  • Va Jazz Meets India "Yaad" from Cosmic Forest (MPS) 1:11:54
  • Sean Conly "Hard Knocks" from Hard Knocks (Clean Feed) 1:17:10
  • Host Speaks 1:23:32
  • Jean-Paul Celea "Happy Hour" from Yes Ornette! (Outhere) 1:24:41
  • Jean-Paul Celea "Lonely Woman" from Yes Ornette! (Outhere) 1:28:15
  • Thumbscrew "The Peacocks" from Theirs (Cuneiform) 1:33:45
  • Mark Lotz & Allan Purves "Belly Button" from Food Foragers (Unit) 1:40:33
  • Jozef Dumoulin "As Below So Above" from The Beginner's Guide To Diving And Flying (Yolk) 1:45:10
  • Host Speaks 1:51:10
  • Nikita Rafaelov "Places Oblivious" from Spirit Of Gaia (Gotta Let It Out) 1:53:17
  • Host speaks 1:58:52
  • Eric Plaks Quartet" The Swamp In The Moonlight" from Chrysalis (OutNow) 1:59:30
  • Burning Ghosts "Ideology" from Kakistocracy (Orenda) 2:07:44
  • Double Cut "Gufo" from Double Cut (UR) 2:13:47
  • Host Speaks 2:18:34
  • Bedmakers "Smokey River" from Tribute To An Imaginary Folk Band (Mr. Morezon) 2;19:49
  • Samuel Blaser Trio " How To Lose" from Taktolos Zurich 2017 (Hatology) 2:27:43
  • Lounge Lizards "Tibet" from Live in Berlin Vol. 2 (Video Arts) 2:39:48
  • Host speaks 2:46:23
  • The Necks "Body" from Body (Northern Spy) 2:49:00
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