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Gad Elmaleh, Tino Tracanna, Elephant9, Ill Considered & More New Releases

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Never one to rest on his laurels, Franco-Moroccan comedian Gad Elmaleh dives into a new adventure with his remarkable and alluring Blue Note debut album which opens an equally adventurous set of new and upcoming albums from all around the world.

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Playlist

  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Gad Elmaleh "Armstrong" Dansez sur moi (Blue Note) 0:16
  • Host talks 3:21
  • Johan Lindstrom Septett "Twenty Twenty" On the Asylum (Moserobie) 6:08
  • Gabriel Alegria Afro-Peruvian Sextet "The New Normal" Social Distancing: Coming Together While Apart (Tiger Turn) 8:47
  • Manteca "Illusionist" The Twelfth of Never (MMusic) 13:11
  • Host talks 17:59
  • Yoko Miwa Trio "Largo Desolato" Songs of Joy (Ubuntu) 19:32
  • Tino Tracanna Trio "Kim" Distilled (Parco della Musica) 26:12
  • Host talks 30:34
  • Elephant9 "Rite of Accession" Arrival of the New Elders (Rune Grammofon) 31:46
  • Ill Considered "The Stroke, Take 1" Ill Considered 10 -The Stroke (Self-released) 38:54
  • Host talks 45:44
  • OK Nok...Kongo "Monk Me" Moonstone Journey (Gateway) 47:17
  • Cyrus Nabipoor "What Is This (Live)" Live at the Marigny Opera House (Self-released) 51:57
  • Martin Wind, Ack Van Rooyen, Philip Catherine "Autumn Bugle" White Noise (Laika) 59:49
  • Host talks 1:04:57
  • Franco Ambrosetti Band "Peace" Lost within You (u n i t) 1:05:45
Photo credit: Shayan Asgharnia

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