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Ernst Reijseger, Billy Brooks, Rob Mazurek, Joe Harriott, & More New Releases

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This week we hit the mother lode, with plenty of undiscovered, or re-discovered, jazz ore, in the form of unreleased live recordings of Joe Harriott and the re-release of Windows of the Mind by the skoonum player and Ray Charles alum Billy Brooks, respectively. Among the new gems, projects of the acoustic (Reijseger, Fraanje, Sylla [pictured]; Federica Michisanti; Roots Magic), electro-acoustic (Rob Mazurek with the Exploding Star Orchestra; Dinosaur) and electric (Guillaume Perret; Mach 6) amalgam.

And, to wrap things up, the exciting finds of two Franco-American duos of sonic surveyors featuring members of the cult band The Reyclers: Noël Akchoté, Bill Frisell and Fred Hersch, Benoit Delbecq.

Happy listening!

Playlist

  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Billy Brooks "Fourty Days" Windows of the Mind (WeWantSounds) 0:16
  • Host talks 6:32
  • Joe Harriott "Psychedelic Sally" Chronology: Live 1968-69 (Jazz in Britain) 10:05
  • Roots Magic "Frankiphone Blues" Take Root Among the Stars (Clean Feed) 14:24
  • Host talks 21:21
  • Guillaume Perret "A Certain Trip" A Certain Trip (French Paradox) 22:46
  • Reijseger, Fraanje, Sylla "Charlotte" We Were There (Just Listen) 31:04
  • Dinosaur "To the Earth" To the Earth (Edition) 35:13
  • Host talks 42:36
  • Rob Mazurek with the Exploding Star Orchestra "A Wrinkle in Time Sets Concentric Circles Reeling" Dimensional Stardust (International Anthem/Nonesuch) 44:37
  • Federica Michisanti Horn Trio "Orange" Jeux de couleurs (Parco Della Musica) 51:01
  • Host talks 56:37
  • Mach 6 "Todi Fantasy" Take Off (DDE) 57:35
  • Noël Akchoté, Bill Frisell "Can I V?" Noël Akchoté & Bill Frisell (Self-released) 1:04:35
  • Host talks 1:06:52
  • Fred Hersch, Benoit Delbecq "Lonely Woman" Live at the Boulez Saal Berlin (Palmetto) 1:07:51
Photo credit: Krijn van Noordwijk (courtesy of Ernst Reijsger).

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