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Fredrik Nordstrom, Jeff Albert & Charles Lloyd

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There's much "hat-tipping in respect" by current musicians to their influences in this episode. Saxophonists Miguel Zenon, Charles Lloyd and Sweden's Fredrik Nordstrom are in an Ornette mood on their albums, while the Oles Brothers from Poland recognize the iconic Polish trumpeter Andrzej Przybielski on a recording of a rediscovered session. British avant-garde quartet featuring Paul Dunmall and the late Keith Tippett pay tribute to their own past with a re-release of em>Onasante, while Italian pianist Giancarlo Tossani & Big Monitors dig into William Parker world. You'll also hear samples of new releases by trombonist Jeff Albert, Danish pianist Simon Toldam, and Chicago's Nick Mazzarella and Quin Kirchner who debut a live at Hyde Park festival set.

Playlist

  • Fredrik Nordstrom "Hometown Project" from Needs (Clean Feed) 00:00
  • Host speaks 05:43
  • Jeff Albert "Red Scare" from Oma(H)a (Breakfast4Dinner) 08:22
  • Jeff Albert "Aftermath" from Oma(H)a (Breakfast4Dinner) 11:36
  • Jeff Albert "Dance of the Hypocrites" from Oma(H)a (Breakfast4Dinner) 14:26
  • Laura Toxvaerd "Lament" from Drapery (Ilk) 19:01
  • Kaja Draksler, Petter Eldh & Christian Lillinger "Amnion" from Somit (Intakt) 25:49
  • Host speaks 31:42
  • Miguel Zenon "Toy Dance/Street Woman" from Law Years (Miel) 33:32
  • Hafez Modirzadeh "Ask Me Now" from Facets (Pi) 43:19
  • Enrico Morello "Drills In My Brain" from Cyclic Signs (Auand) 47:04
  • Host speaks 52:48
  • Christopher Hoffman "Dylan George" from Asp Nimbus (Out Of Your Head) 54:23
  • Shijin "Separating Circles" from Theory Of Everything (Alter-Nativ) 1:00:20
  • Host speaks 1:06:53
  • Charles Lloyd & The Marvels "Ramblin'" from Tone Poem (Blue Note) 1:08:10
  • Charles Lloyd & The Marvels "Lady Gabor" from Tone Poem (Blue Note) 1:13:07
  • Alban Darche "Ping Pong" from Les Gros Cube 2 (Yolk) 1:23:53
  • Host speaks 1:28:27
  • Oles Brothers & Andrejz Przybielski "12 Vitamins" from Short Farewell: The Lost Session (Audio Cave) 1:30:26
  • Michael Gregory Jackson "Frequency Equilibrium Koan" from Frequency Equilibrium Koan (Golden) 1:42:28
  • Host speaks 1:51:43
  • Paul Dunmall, Keith Tippett, Philip Gibbs & Peter Fairclough "Onasante" from Onasante (577 Records) 1:52:59
  • Baptiste Boiron "Trace De Fard Gris" from (Ayler Records) 2:00:18
  • Stephen Gauci & Santiago Leibson "#6" from Pandemic Duets (Gauci Music) 2:06:22
  • Host speaks 2:10:15
  • Simon Toldam "Op Drift" from Tak For Dit Brev (Ilk) 2:11:57
  • Simon Toldam "Måneløb" from Tak For Dit Brev (Ilk) 2:16:31
  • Oz Noy "Blue Monk" from Ha! (Magnatude) 2:22:01
  • Host speaks 2:29:30
  • Nick Mazzarella & Quin Kirchner "Astral Projection" from See Or Seem: Live At The Hyde Park Jazz Festival (Out Of Your Head Untamed) 2:30:52
  • Fredrik Nordstrom "No Longer" from Live In Coimbra (Clean Feed) 2:36:50
  • Giancarlo Tossani & Big Monitors "In Order To Survive" from Knots And Notes (Auand) 2:46:26
  • Host speaks 2:50:28
  • Giancarlo Tossani & Big Monitors "Autumn Leaves Vermeer" from Knots And Notes (Auand) 2:52:17

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