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Norwegian drummer Gard Nilssen has packed his Supersonic Orchestra with 17 of the top players from Scandinavia and Northern Europe and the result has been acclaimed. If you missed the band's debut "If You Listen Carefully The Music Is Yours," you can hear a track from Nilssen and the ensemble's latest Family. After sitting on a couple of releases by Chicago composer artist Damon Locks for far too long, I'm finally playing music by his Black Monuments Ensemble. Long over due. The message is not. You'll hear guitarist Noah Gershwin's, the Italian trio Eyes and Madness led by pianist Alberto Dipace, and the improvisatory Italian/Spanish trio, HIIT on their recent release for Clean Feed, For Beauty Is Nothing But The Beginning Of Terror.


  • Dave Liebman "The Beginning" from Live At Smalls (Cellar) 00:00
  • Host speaks 14:46
  • Gard Nilssen Supersonic Orchestra "Boogie Stop Tøffel" from Family (We Jazz) 16:47
  • Gard Nilssen Supersonic Orchestra "SP68" from Family (We Jazz) 24:10
  • Brew "Recall" from Heat (1998-1999) (Clean Feed) 30:49
  • Host speaks 36:48
  • Ilhan Ersahin, Dave Harrington & Kenny Wollesen "Your Head You Know" from Your Head You Know (Nublu) 38:18
  • Nite Bjut} "Illustrious Negro Dead" from Nite Bjuti (Whirlwind) 46:01
  • Host speaks 50:06
  • Kahil El'Zabar's Ethnic Heritage Ensemble "Lonely Woman" from Spirit Gatherer/Tribute To Don Cherry (Spiritmuse) 51:43
  • Miles Davis Quintet "Masqualero" from Sorcerer (Columbia) 1:00:54
  • Masqualero "Bali" from Bande À Part (ECM) 1:09:40
  • Host speaks 1:16:46
  • Nina Simone "Intro to Blues For Mama" from You've Got To Learn (Verve) 1:18:21
  • Nina Simone "Blues For Mama" from You've Got To Learn (Verve) 1:19:0
  • Arthur Blythe "C.C. Rider" from Focus (Savant) 1:23:44
  • Damon Locks & The Black Monument Ensemble "From A Spark To A Fire" from Where The Future Unfolds (International Anthem) 1:28:36
  • Host speaks 1:34:39
  • Damon Locks & The Black Monument Ensemble "The Body Is Electric" from Now (International Anthem) 1:36:38
  • Jorma Tapio "The Way Off" from Bread For Soul (Oribt577) 1:46:59
  • Host speaks 1:55:24
  • Alberto Dipace & Eyes And Madness "Meeting Chaos" from A Dream Journey (A M P) 1:57:05
  • Susan Alcorn, Jose Lencastre & Hernâni Faustino "The Poet" from Manifesto (Clean Feed) 2:05:00
  • Host speaks 2:15:26
  • Jaimie Branch Fly Or Die Quartet "Baba Louie" from Fly Or Die Fly Or Die Fly Or Die (World War) (International Anthem) 2:16:29
  • Vinny Golia, Bernard Santacruz & Cristiano Calcagnile "Evanesce" from To Live And Breathe (Dark Tree) 2:25:53
  • Slawek Pezda Quartet "Aquarian Sound" from Tribute To Tenor Legends (Faber) 2:32:34
  • Host speaks 2:39:33
  • HIIT "Urbe" from For Beauty Is Nothing But The Beginning Of Terror (Clean Feed) 2:41:19
  • HIIT "Urge (to Roberto Masotii)" from For Beauty Is Nothing But The Beginning Of Terror (Clean Feed) 2:44:26
  • Mike Fletcher, Olie Brice & Tymoteusz Jowziak "What Remains Is Still To Come" from Nick Of Time (Slam) 2:47:35
  • Host speaks 2:56:02
  • Noah Gershwin "Parallel" from Ode To Abraham (Ears&Eyes) 2:57:40

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