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Erika Dohi, Moby, Wildflower, Hasan Ibn Ali & Other New Releases


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Tributes, pianists, and tributes to pianists are the core of this show, from homages to Paul Jackson by John Patitucci, Ennio Morricone by Stefano di Battista, Alice Coltrane by Il Sogno, and Hasan Ibn Ali by Brian Marsella to available-at-last music by Ali himself and by British pianist Mike Taylor, both as leader and composer for Cream. To top things off we feature the remarkable debut album by New York based Japanese pianist Erika Dohi [pictured] with a track featuring special guests Ambrose Akinmusire and Immanuel Wilkins, Berlin-based Japanese veteran pianist Aki Takase, the spiritual jazz of Wildflower, the unstoppable groove of The Bamboos and a quasi-Morriconean reprise of Moby's hit "Natural Blues" featuring Gregory Porter.

Happy listening!


  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • The Bamboos "Wishbone" Hard Up (BMG) 0:16
  • Host talks 3:25
  • John Patitucci "Letter for Paul" Letter for Paul -Single (Le Coq) 4:16
  • Host talks 9:46
  • Stefano di Battista "La donna della domenica (From "Sunday Woman")" Morricone Stories (Warner) 11:16
  • Moby "Natural Blues" Reprise (Deutsche Grammophon)
  • 17:52
  • Host talks 22:17
  • Wildflower "Blue" Better Times (Self-produced) 23:54
  • Il Sogno "Turiya & Ramakrishna" Graduation (Auand) 28:08
  • Erika Dohi "Still/On Hold" I, Castorpollux (Self-released) 35:05
  • Host talks 40:02
  • Aki Takase, Christian Weber, Michael Griener "And If Not, Why Not" Auge (Intakt) 43:27
  • Hasan Ibn Ali "Metaphysics" Metaphysics (Omnivore) 46:24
  • Brian Marsella Trio "Off My Back Jack" Outspoken: The Music of the Legendary Hasaan (Tzadik) 52:51
  • Mike Taylor "Two Autumns" Trio, Quartet & Composer Revisited (Hat hut) 1:00:31
  • Host talks 1:07:03
  • Cream "Passing the Time" Trio, Quartet & Composer Revisited (Hat hut) 1:09:39
Photo credit: Shervin Lainez.

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