Ground Breaking Sounds - Old and New

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Throughout the history of jazz innovation has been a key element of the development of the music. At key points in jazz history major changes in style, form and content have moved the music forward. Those changes have been picked up by other musicians and developed, interpreted, and enhanced leading to further change. This show is mainly about new releases but there are examples from earlier years of major influencers on jazz whose impact is still being felt today.


  • CODE Quartet "Tipsy" from Genealogy ((Justin Time Records) 00:00
  • Nik Bärtsch "Modul 58 12" from Entendre (ECM) 09:06
  • Nathan Clark "Graph Paper" from About 20 Minutes and Assorted Ramblings (Self Released) 18:13
  • Adoct "Docteur Infini" from Ouvre Glace (Circum Disc) 21:25
  • Frisque Concordance "Hot and Cold" from Distinct Machinery (Trost Records) 33:04
  • CODE Quartet "Genealogy" from Genealogy (Justin Time Records) 41:24
  • Nik Bärtsch "Modul 26" from Entendre (ECM) 46:16
  • Robert Benko, István Grencsó, Ken Vandermark "How Good It Would Be" from Burning River Melting Sea (Hunnia Records) 1:00:57
  • Susan Alcorn, Leila Bordreuil, Ingrid Laubrock "Area 41" from Bird Meets Wire (Relative Pitch) 01:04:46
  • Gabriele Evangelista Orchestra "Rumba Tumbah" from Global Entry (Self Released) 01:16:06
  • Juan Olivera El Arca "Intraterreno 2" from Intraterreno (ears & eyes) 1:20:25
  • Nathan Clark "NTC" from About 20 Minutes and Assorted Ramblings (Self Released) 1:27:09
  • CODE Quartet "WInd Up" from Genealogy (Justin Time Records) 1:30:29
  • Nik Bärtsch "Modul 5" from Entendre (ECM) 1:36:56
  • Hamiet Bluiett, D D Jackson, Mor Thiam "Papa" from Join Us (Justin Time Records) 1:46:37
  • Tim Berne Hardcell "The Opener" from Sensitive (Screwgun/9 Donkeys) 1:54:39

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