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Fay Victor, Tyshawn Sorey, Matthew Shipp & Jaimie Branch

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Vocalist Fay Victor's new solo album, Blackity Black Black Is Beautiful, is one of the featured new recordings in this episode of One Man's Jazz. She plays everything on the album. The much-respected drummer Tyshawn Sorey continues to explore the traditional piano trio with the release of Continuing, while Matthew Shipp takes the solo route for his latest, something the master pianist is very familiar with. The late and treasured trumpeter Jaimie Branch died last year before the completion of her final recording, but her family and band members brought Jaimie's vision to fruition. Fly Or Die Fly Or Die Fly Or Die is slated for an August 25th release, but I've got a sample track in the first hour. There are also tastes of a couple of the Polish artists who came to the USA for the annual Jazztopad Festival: pianist Joanna Duda and trio and bassist Ksawery Wojcinski.

Playlist

  • John Hollenbeck's Claudia Quintet "September 29th, 1936 Me Warn You" from September (Cuneiform) 00:00
  • Host speaks 10:22
  • Tyshawn Sorey Trio "Reincarnation Blues" from Continuing (Pi Recordings) 12:18
  • James Ilgenfritz "Face Palm" from Entrainment (Infrequent Seams) 22:30
  • Benoit Delbecq "Anamorphoses" from Ghosts (Jazz D'Or) 27:38
  • Federico Isasti "Nonna (a Marta)" from El Hombre, El Espejo, El Niño (Ears&Eyes) 33:45
  • Host speaks 41:12
  • Fay Victor "How Can You Do It?" from Blackity Black Black Is Beautiful (Northern Spy) 42:52
  • Fay Victor "Scared To Be Happy" from Blackity Black Black Is Beautiful (Northern Spy) 48:02
  • Aaron Djuan Burnett "No More Bebop" from Anomaly (Fresh Sound New Talent) 53:20
  • Host speaks 1:00:19
  • Jaimie Branch Fly Or Die Quartet "Take Over The World" from Fly Or Die Fly Or Die Fly Or Die (International Anthem) 1:02:22
  • Reggie Workman "Gone" from Summit Conference (Postcards) 1:07:14
  • Host speaks 1:16:30
  • Trio 3 "Visiting Textures" from Visiting Textures (Intakt) 1:17:49
  • Michel Lambert "Pythonomorpha" from Ars Transmutatoria Iku-Turso (Jazz From Rant) 1:28:27
  • Francois Bourassa Quartet "Room 58" from Swirl (Effendi) 1:32:40
  • Viviane Houle "Plisse" from Unsung Songs Graphic Scores (Infidel) 1:40:50
  • Host speaks 1:44:58
  • Longhand "Chicken Grease" from Longhand Plays Long (Drip Audio) 1:47:07
  • Mixing Memory And Desire "The Gap" from Strange Destination (WLJWC) 1:52:37
  • Host speaks 1:58:29
  • correct location "Branch, Breezy" from Damaged Goods (Cuneiform) 1:59:48
  • Asher Gamedze "Turbulence's Pulse" from Turbulence Pulse (International Anthem) 2:08:21
  • Asher Gamedze "If It Rains, To Pursue Truth" from Turbulence Pulse (International Anthem) 2:12:28
  • Host speaks 2:20:36
  • Joanna Duda Trio "Bath" from Furnistuke (Alpaka) 2:22:06
  • Transatlantic Five "Transition 1" from Transitions (NEMU) 2:27:52
  • Jason Kao Hwang "A Silent Ghost Follows" from Book Of Stories (True Sound) 2:34:26
  • Host speaks 2:41:56
  • Matthew Shipp "The Essence" from The Intrinsic Nature Of Shipp (Mahakala Music) 2:43:40
  • Diego Hedez "Freeson" from Just Don't Call It Freedom (Orbit 577) 2:50:11
  • Daniel Carter, Leo Genovese, William Parker & Francisco Mela "Shine Hear" from Shine, Hear (577 Records) 2:56:08
  • Host speaks 3:01:26
  • Ksawery Wojcinski "Track Ten" from Tower Of Pressure (Antenna Non Grata) 3:03:30

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