From Glen Hall and Gil Evans to Charles Lloyd to Martin Kuchen

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Saxophonistically speaking... this episode has an abundance of fine saxophonists lurking throughout, from Glen Hall (with Gil Evans in Gil's last project) to Frenchman Denis Guivarc'h with Hubert Dupont to Jake Wark with Chicago pianist Matt Piet. You want more? David Liebman in No Fast Food, the late Dewey Redman, Matt Nelson with Brandon Lopez, Brad Walker, and two current giants of the horn who are unafraid to speak through their music about injustice, politics and the social condition: Charles Lloyd and Sweden's Martin Kuchen. Enjoy!


  • Glen Hall & Gil Evans "Kikue" fromThe Mother Of The Book (InRespect) 00:00
  • Host speaks 13:35
  • Hubert Dupont "Greed" fromSmart Grid (Ultrabolic) 15:15
  • Dave Cappello & Jeff Albert with William Parker "Promenade" from New Normal (Breakfast4Dinner) 23:36
  • Stefan Aeby "To the Light" fromThe London Concert (Intakt) 29:39
  • No Fast Food "Joy" fromSettings for Three (Corner Store Jazz) 39:53
  • Matt Piet "With Bill Harris & Jake Wark II" fromCity in a Garden (Self-released) 48:33
  • Host speaks51:54
  • Old and New Dreams "Old And New Dreams" from Old And New Dreams (Black Saint) 53:48
  • Host speaks 1:00:09
  • Charles Lloyd "Vanished Gardens" fromVanished Gardens (Blue Note) 1:01:34
  • Charles Lloyd "We've Come Too Far to Turn Around" fromVanished Gardens (Blue Note) 1:11:30
  • Brandon Lopez "Not" from The Industry Of Entropy (Relative Pitch) 1:17:00
  • Jason Robinson & Janus Ensemble "Outcropping" fromResonant Geographies (pFmentum) 1:22:55
  • Idris Ackamoor & The Pyramids "Tinoge" fromAn Angel Fell (Strut) 1:34:58
  • Hubert Dupont "Eoliane" fromSmart Grid (Ultrabolic) 1:41:53
  • Host speaks 1:50:42
  • David Virelles "Transmission" from Mboko (ECM) 1:51:59
  • Host speaks 1:59:59
  • Martin Kuchen & The Landaeus Trio "One More Minute Of Innocence" fromVinyl (Moserobie) 2:01:20
  • Martin Kuchen & The Landaeus Trio "Pity Of It All" fromVinyl (Moserobie) 2:07:15
  • Tatakai Trio "Grinning" from Happi (Relative Pitch) 2:13:59
  • Satoko Fujii's This Is IT! "Prime Number" from 1538 (Libra) 2:18:07
  • Dave Gisler Trio "Mr. No Name" from Rabbits On The Run (Intakt) 2:26:39
  • Benoit Delbecq 3 "Colle Et Acrylique" from Ink (Clean Feed) 2:32:20
  • Leon Thomas "Shape Your Mind to Die" from Blues And The Soulful Truth (Flying Dutchman) 2:38:11
  • Dapp Theory "Bermuda Triangle" from Y'All Just Don't Know (Concord) 2:43:29
  • Host speaks 2:48:51
  • Matt Booth & Palindromes "The Sundown" from Matt Booth & Palindromes (Breakfast4Dinner) 2:50:54

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