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A Musical Journey with Mariel Spencer Austin

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This show features an interview with trombonist and composer Mariel Austin talking about her career in music especially the journey from choirs to the trombone. We also discuss her latest album Runner in the Rain. As this is jazz show there is lots of new music and some tracks from the archives as well as an album of the week which is Melodic Ornette Coleman: Piano Works XIII by Joachim Kuhn

Playlist

  • Duncan Eagles "Citizen" from Citizen (Ropeadope) 1:56
  • Frank Kimbrough "Light Blue" fromMonk's Dreams (Sunnyside Records) 10:04
  • Iris Ornig "25" from Storyteller (Self-Produced) 16:18
  • Itamar Borochov "Revolutionizin" from Blue Nights (Labore Jazz) 22:24
  • Lucas Pino "Horse of a Different Colour" from That's A Computer(Outside in Music) 31:01
  • Mehmet Polat "Hasret" from Ageless Garden (Afgtlab Records) 39.06
  • Miho Hazama "Today Not Today" from Dancer In Nowhere (Sunnyside Records) 48:20
  • Ninjula "Rat Trap" from Bass N Honey (Ragtime Records) 56:37
  • Interview and music from Mariel Spencer Austin 1:01:47
  • Album of the Week Joachim Kuhn Melodic Ornette Coleman: Piano Works XIII (ACT) 2:00:44

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