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Francesca Remigi, Hal Galper, Don Rendell, Ian Carr and Other New Releases

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This week's perusal through recent and upcoming jazz releases brings us British jazz from today (Alfa Mist) and yesterday (Don Rendell and Ian Carr), a stunning debut from Italy (Francesca Remigi), cutting edge music from the East Coast (Dave Douglas, Ben Wendel and Taka Nawashiro) and the West Coast (Dan Rosenboom), and two live unreleased gems by Hal Galper with the Brecker Brothers and the Breckers' own.

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Playlist

  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • The Don Rendell, Ian Carr Quintet "Blue Doom" Blue Beginnings (Jazz in Britain) 0:16
  • Host talks 2:36
  • Various Artists [Alfa Mist] "Galaxy" Blue Note Re:imagined (Blue Note) 4:18
  • Ben Wendel "Drawn Away" High Heart (Edition) 13:28
  • Host talks 20:38
  • Francesca Remigi "To Vijay" Il Labirinto dei Topi (Emme) 22:10
  • Dave Douglas "Overcome" Overcome (Greenleaf) 27:00
  • Dan Rosenboom "A Force for Good" Points on an Infinite Line (Orenda) 32:04
  • Host talks 37:23
  • Taka Nawashiro "Alone Together (feat. Ben Allison & E.J. Strickland)" What We Do Now (Self-released) 38:44
  • Hal Galper Quintet "Hey Fool" Live at the Berlin Philharmonic, 1977 (Origin) 47:56
  • Host talks 56:56
  • The Brecker Brothers "East River (Live)" Live and Unreleased (Live) (Piloo) 59:38

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