Home » Jazz Articles » GulfH of Berlin, Adam O’Farrill & Eunhye Jeong

Radio & Podcasts

GulfH of Berlin, Adam O’Farrill & Eunhye Jeong


Sign in to view read count

Click the play button to listen

Sampled this episode are new releases featuring saxophonists (Rich Halley, Daniel Carter, Irek Wojtczak & The Fonda-Stevens Group, Yuma Uesaka (with Marilyn Crispell) and Gebhard Ullmann (GulfH of Berlin), trumpeters Adam O'Farrill and Joaquin Muro, and pianists Eunhye Jeong from South Korea and Satoko Fujii. Toss in some great stuff from William Parker, Wadada Leo Smith, and L.A.'s The Gathering Orchestra and there's some great listening ahead. Enjoy!


  • Steve Coleman "Memes To Midas" from Live At The Village Vanguard Vol. 2 (Pi Recordings) 00:00
  • Host Speaks 12:23
  • Irek Wojtczak Band "Kujon" from Rom Tom Dada (Fundaja Sluchaj) 13:55
  • Irek Wojtczak Band "Chodzony" from Rom Tom Dada (Fundaja Sluchaj) 17:19
  • Emitime "Exilio" from Scarce (Ears&Eyes) 22:51
  • Host Speaks 27:30
  • Satoko Fujii This Is It "Habana's Dream" from Mosaic (Libra) 29:25
  • Dave Gisler Trio "One Minute Too Late" from Zurich Live (Intakt) 38:41
  • Daniel Carter "Dimly Lit Platform" from Open Question (577 Records) 47:05
  • Host Speaks 52:25
  • Rich Halley Quartet "Quintuplify" from Boomslang (Pine Eagle) 53:50
  • Wadada Leo Smith "Sapphire Symphony #4 Movement #1" from The Chicago Symphonies (Tum Records) 1:00:24
  • Wadada Leo Smith "Sapphire Symphony #4 Movement #2" from The Chicago Symphonies (Tum Records) 1:06:22
  • Host Speaks 1:17:33
  • Eunhye Jeong "Strange Rocks" from Nolda (ESP-Disk) 1:19:25
  • Jeff Lederer "Right Concentration" from Eightfold Path (Little I Music) 1:23:49
  • Mike Pride Trio "She Wants A Partner With A Lust For Life" from I Hate Work (RareNoise) 1:29:41
  • Host Speaks 1:38:36
  • GulfH of Berlin "Tellus" from GulfH Of Berlin (ESP-Disk) 1:40:20
  • GulfH of Berlin "5 Elements" from GulfH Of Berlin (ESP-Disk) 1:45:04
  • Christoph Irniger Trio "40 Years Of An Old Wise Lady" from Open City (Intakt) 1:49:54
  • Host Speaks 1:55:48
  • Yuma Uesaka & Marilyn Crispell "Torrent" from Streams (NotTwo) 1:57:25
  • Spinifex "Bageshri" from Spinifex Beats The Plague (Trytone) 2:01:12
  • Matthew Shipp "Raygun" from Codebreaker (Tao Forms) 2:08:03
  • Host Speaks 2:12:01
  • William Parker "Freedom" from The Majesty Of Jah (Centering/AUM Fidelity) 2:13:30
  • Adam O'Farrill "Blackening Skies" from Visions Of Your Other (Biophilia) 2:22:21
  • Friends & Neighbors "Halifax" from The Earth Is # (Clean Feed) 2:29:27
  • Host Speaks 2:38:23
  • Joaquin Muro "La Escuridad Del Lecho Marino" from Contracara (Ears & Eyes) 2:39:45
  • Resilient Vessels "Embody" from Live At The Cell (RR Gems) 2:45:15
  • Host Speaks 2:49:46
  • The Gathering "Warriors All" from Warriors All (Self-released) 2:51:11

Get the Jazz Near You newsletter All About Jazz has been a pillar of jazz since 1995, championing it as an art form and, more importantly, supporting the musicians who create it. Our enduring commitment has made "AAJ" one of the most culturally important websites of its kind, read by hundreds of thousands of fans, musicians and industry figures every month.

To expand our coverage even further and develop new means to foster jazz discovery and connectivity we need your help. You can become a sustaining member for a modest $20 and in return, we'll immediately hide those pesky ads plus provide access to future articles for a full year. This winning combination will vastly improve your AAJ experience and allow us to vigorously build on the pioneering work we first started in 1995. So enjoy an ad-free AAJ experience and help us remain a positive beacon for jazz by making a donation today.

Post a comment


Radio & Podcasts

Tune in daily to hear the internet's top jazz programs including Mondo Jazz, Jazz Bastard, World of Jazz, The Third Story, One Man's Jazz, The Outer View, Neon Jazz, A Broad Spectrum, Bitches Brew and more.

View by program...

Program Schedule | JazzWeek Chart


Read Giving Thanks & Sharing the Jazz Love
Read Your Favorite Living Jazz Guitarists
Read Your Favorite Living Jazz Pianists
Read Your Favorite Living Jazz Drummers
Read Your Favorite Living Jazz Bassists

Get more of a good thing!

Our weekly newsletter highlights our top stories, our special offers, and includes upcoming jazz events near you.