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Francesca Remigi, Fujii/Fonda & Albert Cirera


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Italian drummer {m: Francesca Remigi}} has been turning heads with her playing and compositions, and her second release, The Human Web, will no doubt add to a growing reputation for originality. This time she looks at the effects of technology and social media on society. Fittingly she put this album together with contributions from the other musicians who used contemporary technology to send her their parts. There are a few trips back when technology didn't rule with music from Germans Klaus Ignatzek (with Dave Liebman) and trumpeter Beckerhoff, the English group Viva La Black and Sam Rivers. Two of the finest pianists, Satoko Fujii and Eri Yamamoto have new releases—Fujii with bassist {m: Joe Fonda}}, and Yamamoto with William Parker, Chad Fowler and Steve Hirsh. We also check out Barcelona reed man {m: Albert Cirera}} for the first time.


  • Klaus Ignatzek Quartet "Trilogy Part 2" from The Spell (Nabel Music) 00:00
  • Host speaks 08:59
  • Francesca Remigi "Metamorfosi" from The Human Web (Habitable) 12:07
  • Francesca Remigi "Mere Appearance True Being" from The Human Web (Habitable) 17:29
  • Michael Formaneks Drome Trio "Is It What It Is" from Were We Where We Were (Circular File) 25:14
  • Gordon Grdina "Oddly Enough" from Oddly Enough (Attaboygirl) 31:40
  • Host speaks 36:02
  • Uli Beckerhoff "Farrah's Eye" from Camporondo (Nabel Music) 38:00
  • Mostly Other People Do the Killing "Johnstown" from Disasters Vol 1 (Hot Cup) 48:04
  • Host speaks 52:30
  • Jorg Schippa Unbedingt "Be Bi Bop" from Tanzapalast (Jazzhausmusik) 53:19
  • Otok "Kabessita" from Catrioles Cérébrales Et Accidents Psychotiques (LFDS) 59:47
  • Sylvain Cathala "Enyee's Story" from Poetry Of Storms (Triton) 1:06:00
  • Healing Orchestra "Pouvoir De Dedans" from Free Jazz For The People (LFDS) 1:11:20
  • Host speaks 1:20:15
  • Viva La Black "Cider Dance" from Live At Ruvo (Ogun) 1:22:17
  • Myra Melford's Fire & Water Quartet "Part 2" from For The Love Of Fire And Water (Rogue Art) 1:31:44
  • Myra Melford's Fire & Water Quartet "Part 3" from For The Love Of Fire And Water (Rogue Art) 1:33:56
  • Myra Melford's Fire & Water Quartet "Part 4" from For The Love Of Fire And Water (Rogue Art) 1:37:10
  • Sam Rivers "Eddy" from Cross Current Live At Jazz Unité (Futura Marge) 1:42:25
  • Host speaks 1:5103
  • Satoki Fujii & Joe Fonda "Reflection" from Thread Of Light (Libra) 1:5330
  • Brandon Lopez, Ingrid Laubrock & Tom Rainey "Camposanto Chachacha" from No Es La Playa (Intakt) 2:02:25
  • Host speaks 2:12:16
  • Eucalyptus "Cookoo Birds" from Moves (Telephone Explosion) 2:13:05
  • Punkt.Vrt.Plastik "Body Decline & Natt Raum" from Zurich Concert (Intakt) 2:18:35
  • Host speaks 2:27:06
  • Albert Cirera & Kamarilla "Rosso And Cia" from Aquella Cosa (Underpool) 2:28:19
  • Marta Sanchez Quintet "The Unconquered Vulnerable Areas" from SAAM (Whirlwind) 2:39:41
  • Host speaks 2:45:36
  • Eri Yamamoto, William Parker , Chad Fowler & Steve Hirsh "One Sparks" from Sparks (Mahakala Music) 2:47:14



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