Eric Revis, Art Blakey, Federico Calcagno, Charles Tolliver & More

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Recently unearthed gems by Dudu Pukwana and Art Blakey, beautiful new albums by Eric Revis and Charles Tolliver, the Cuban roots of David Virelles and Aruán Ortiz, a peak in the Amsterdam and Berlin scenes through the music of Federico Calcagno and Reza Askari, respectively, and much more in this week's edition of Mondo Jazz dedicated to new and upcoming releases.

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  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers "Hipsippy Blues" Just Coolin' (Blue Note) 0:16
  • Host talks 6:57
  • Charles Tolliver "Blue Soul" Connect (Gearbox) 9:55
  • Daniel Bingert "Cinco De Mayo" Berit in Space (Moserobie) 19:31
  • Eric Revis "Baby Renfro" Slipknots Through a Looking Glass (Pyroclastic) 25:08
  • Host talks 30:03
  • Chico Pinheiro "City of Dreams" City of Dreams (Self-released) 31:33
  • Rez Abbasi "Douce Ambiance" Django-shift (Whirlwind) 37:00
  • Federico Calcagno "Blame" Liquid Identities (Aut) 41:13
  • Host talks 45:02
  • Aruán Ortiz, Andrew Cyrille, Mauricio Herrera "Marímbula's Mood" Inside Rhythmic Falls (Intakt) 47:02
  • Spanish Harlem Orchestra "Latin Perspective" The Latin Jazz Project (ArtistShare) 52:11
  • Spanish Harlem Orchestra "Joe and Oscar" The Latin Jazz Project (ArtistShare) 56:40
  • David Virelles "Cause and Effect" Transformacio´n del Arcoiris (PI) 57:11
  • Host talks 58:31
  • Dudu Pukwana "Izulu Liyaduduma" Dudu Pukwana and the Spears (Matsuli) 1:00:23
  • Nduduzo Makhathini "Umyalez'oPhuthumayo" Modes of Communication: Letters from the Underworlds (Blue Note) 1:03:58
  • Reza Askari "Korma Koma Karma" Magic Realism (QFTF) 1:10:10
  • Host talks 1:15:09
  • Gabriele Coen Quintet "Yigdal" Leonard Bernstein Tribute (Parco Della Musica) 1:16:26
Photo credit: Luciano Rossetti (Phocus Agency)

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