Georgia Anne Muldrow, Hal Willner, Butcher Brown & More New Releases

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Genre-bending, re-imaginings of masters past and present, and eclectic alliances of musicians from different scenes and backgrounds are at the heart of this week's roll-call of new and upcoming releases, with the latest albums by Jyoti (a.k.a. Georgia Anne Muldrow), and Hal Willner, deserving special attention.

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  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Butcher Brown "Cabbage (DFC)" #KingButch (Concord) 0:16
  • Host talks 4:53
  • Ezra Collective "Dark Side Riddim" Dark Side Riddim -Single (Enter the Jungle) 6:36
  • Yaya Bey "Paterson Plank" Madison Tapes (Elevated) 11:49
  • Host talks 14:48
  • Gil Scott-Heron, Makaya McCraven "New York Is Killing Me" We're New Again: A Reimagining by Makaya McCraven (XL-International Anthem) 17:49
  • Various Artists "Organ Blues [feat. Helga Davis]" Angelheaded Hipster: The Songs of Marc Bolan & T. Rex (BMG) 23:04
  • Jyoti "Ra's Noise (Thukumbado)" Mama, You Can Bet! (SomeOthaShip Connect) 27:17
  • Host talks 30:33
  • Lakecia Benjamin "Om Shanti" Pursuance: The Coltranes (Ropeadope) 33:37
  • Roy Ayers "Shadows of the East" Jazz Is Dead 002 (Jazz is Dead) 38:59
  • Josh Johnson "Simple Song" Freedom Exercise (Northern Spy) 42:37
  • Host talks 49:19
  • Sean Khan "Palmares Fantasyer" Palmares Fantasy (Far Out) 51:31
  • Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah "Guinnevere" Axiom (Ropeadope) 56:46

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