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Another week devoted to new and upcoming releases with a special focus on the latest albums by Italian saxophonist Francesco Bearzatti and the members of his Tinissima 4et, trumpeter Giovanni Falzone, bassist Danilo Gallo and drummer Zeno De Rossi. To complete this all-European showcase, two quite different projects by British saxophonist Iain Ballamy, the resounding elegance of Renaud-Gabriel Pion, a lesson on how to 'play nature' by András Dés Rangers the great debut of the Charlotte Greve Trio with Chris Tordini and Vinnie Sperrazza and the uplifting music by Spanish bassist Giulia Valle and British saxophonist Ken Stubbs.

Happy listening!


  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Francesco Bearzatti Tinissima 4et "El Triunfo Del Zorro" Zorro (CAM) 0:16
  • Host talks 4:22
  • Giovanni Falzone "Quarte Imperfette" Far East Trip (Musicamorfosi) 06:02
  • Host talks 10:31
  • Zeno De Rossi Trio "Jean" Elpis (Skirl) 11:29
  • Danilo Gallo Dark Dry Tears "No Boundaries" Live in Formia Jazzflirt (Self-released) 16:51
  • Host talks 23:29
  • Giulia Valle "Ratón Imaginario" Eden Club (Live) (Fresh Sound / New Talent) 25:00
  • Ken Stubbs "Straphangin'" Big Hush / I Us (Cherryk) 30:08
  • Host talks 39:08
  • András Dés Rangers "Music for Brokers" Einschließlich (BMC) 41:31
  • Renaud-Gabriel Pion "Equinunk" Spiritus (Signature / Radio France) 48:30
  • Charlotte Greve "Low" The Choir Invisible (Intakt) 52:55
  • Host talks 59:32
  • Ian Shaw , Iain Ballamy, Jamie Safir "If You Never Come to Me" What's New (Silent Wish) 1:00:36
  • Iain Ballamy, Aidan Pope "Nebulous" Nebulous -Single (Self-released) 1:06:55
Photo credit: Paolo Piga.

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