Enzo Favata, Sabir Mateen & Songs Of Tales

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Forty years after the death of John Coltrane in 1967, Sardinian saxophonist Enzo Favata was presented with an opportunity to assemble a group for a festival and perform their concept of what Coltrane's music might have sounded like in 2007. That's one of the featured albums in this edition of One Man's Jazz. You'll also hear tunes from the exciting international group, Orchestra Nazionale Della Luna's new album There's Still Life on Earth, plus some new hard-hitting music from Sabir Mateen, the trio of Lisa Cameron, Tom Carter and Ingebright Haker-Flaten, new Canadian quartet Songs Of Tales and the Norwegian band, Wako. And more, always more.


  • Theo Girard "Roller Coaster" from Bulle (Discobole) 00:00
  • Songs of Tales "Cluster" from Life Is a Gong Show (Self-released) 05:54
  • Host speaks 10:59
  • Songs of Tales "Non-Fiction" from Life Is A Gong Show (Self-released) 12:57
  • Alexander von Schlippenbach, Dag Magnus Narvesen "Reveries In Monochrome" from Liminal Field (Self-released) 19:16
  • Adele Sauros "Into the Purple" from Luna (Self-released) 30:09
  • Host speaks 37:04
  • Enzo Favata's Out of Coltrane "Resolution Revisited" from Out Of Coltrane (Self-released) 39:07
  • Maluba Orchestra "Maluba Birds" from Maluba Orchestra (Sundance) 49:44
  • Host speaks 52:28
  • Patty Waters "Nature Boy" from An Evening in Houston (Clean Feed) 54:35
  • MacroQuarktet "Neuroplasticity Part I" from Complete Night at the Stone NYC (Out Of Your Head) 59:47
  • MacroQuarktet "Neuroplasticity Part II" from Complete Night at the Stone NYC (Out Of Your Head) 1:02:50
  • MacroQuarktet "Neuroplasticity Part III" from Complete Night at the Stone NYC (Out Of Your Head) 1:12:50
  • Host speaks 1:23:16
  • Wako "Skumringsbeltet" from Wako (Self-released) 1:25:19
  • Matthew Forker "In Pursuit of Morning" from In Pursuit Of Morning (Self-released) 1:31:39
  • Dave Douglas' Tiny Bell Trio "Constellations" from Constellations (Hat Art) 1:37:02
  • Host speaks 1:44:02
  • Sabir Mateen, Patrick Holmes, Federico Ughi "Clarifying" from Survival Situation (577 Records) 1:45:43
  • Lisa Mezzacappa Six}} "The Aquatic Uncle" from Cosmicomics (Queen Bee) 1:59:13
  • Lisa Cameron, Tom Carter, Ingebright Haker Flaten "Seti" from Tau Ceti (Astral Spirits) 2:05:57
  • Pia Hernandez Trio " Valle De Piedra" from Lilith (Irazu) 2:18:08
  • Andreas Roysum Ensemble "Novas Dans" from Andreas Røysum Ensemble (Motvind) 2:23:16
  • Host speaks 2:30:15
  • Orchestra Nazionale Della Luna "Al Qamar" from There's Still Life on Earth (BMC) 2:32:34
  • Orchestra Nazionale Della Luna "There's Still Life on Earth Part I" from There's Still Life on Earth (BMC) 2:41:09
  • Orchestra Nazionale Della Luna "There's Still Life on Earth Part II" from There's Still Life on Earth ( BMC) 2:41:55
  • Host speaks 2:43:29
  • Enzo Favata "Oasi" from The Crossings (Self-released) 2:44:43

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