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Henry Threadgill's Zooid, New No Business Releases & Christopher Parker

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Two of the giants of the saxophone are featured in this episode of OMJ: Henry Threadgill and his longest-running band Zooid (he plays more with this band than others) and the late, great Sam Rivers from his archive of unrecorded music released by NoBusiness Records. Rivers leads one of his not-too-common guitar quartets. Also from NoBusiness comes another historic release by Japan's Itaru Oki and new tunes from Serbian string player Szilard Mezi. He's fronting Tubass, four basses and a tuba. Little Rock keyboardist Christopher Parker hooked up with a wonderful band of New York heavies to make Soul Food, while two of the leading lights in today's jazz world, Jane Ira Bloom and Allison Miller, hooked up via the internet over a series of Tuesdays and improvised their way to their new release called, yep, Tues Days . Enjoy these and much more.

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  • Sam Rivers Quartet "Tenor Sax Section II" from Archive Series Volume 5 Undulation (NoBusiness) 00:00
  • Host speaks 05:35
  • Sam Rivers Quartet "Tenor Sax Section I" from Archive Series Volume 5 Undulation (NoBusiness) 07:43
  • Sean Conly "Euterpe" from The Buzz (577 Records) 19:09
  • Il Sogno "Turiya & Ramakrishna" from Graduation (Auand) 23:20
  • Host speaks 30:13
  • Itaru Oki "Combo Session 1" from Live At Jazz Spot Combo 1975 (NoBusiness) 31:54
  • Federico Isasti "Una Dia Volvimos" from Imago (Ears&Eyes) 45:51
  • Host speaks 52:58
  • Henry Threadgill's Zooid "Come And Go" from Poof (Pi Recordings) 54:47
  • The OGJB Quartet "Bamako" from Bamako (Tum Records) 1:02:09
  • Host speaks 1:08:36
  • Christopher Parker & Band Of Guardian Angels "Over Your Own Two Feet" from Soul Food (Mahakala) 1:10:50
  • Ember"Peace Of Deoxygenated Sleep" from Ember (Sunnyside) 1:20:53
  • Nick Fraser Quartet "Table 49 The Rex Hotel" from If There Were No Opposites (Hat Hut Ezzthetics) 1:26:46
  • Host speaks 1:36:05
  • Szilard Mezei Tubass Quintet "Simfle Sonk" from Rested Turquoise (NoBusiness) 1:38:08
  • The Claudia Quintet "Entitlement" from Evidence-Based (Flexatonic) 1:46:02
  • Host speaks 1:55:31
  • Paula Shocron "Vera" from Tensegridad (Hat Hut) 1:57:02
  • Air "B.K." from Air Mail (Black Saint) 2:03:38
  • Host speaks 2:12:32
  • Marc Johnson "Samurai Fly" from Overpass (ECM) 2:13:30
  • Dave Douglas "Cadillac" from Dizzy Atmosphere (Greenleaf) 2:17:40
  • Marcin Stefaniak Trio "Wheelers" from Unveiling (Alpaka) 2:23:40
  • Host speaks 2:29:48
  • Jane Ira Bloom & Allison Miller "The Wild Frontier" from Tues Days (Outline) 2:31:20
  • Nathan Clevenger Group "Things We Kept From The Fire" from Stateless (Slow & Steady) 2:39:47
  • Ben Goldberg "To-Ron-To" from Everything Happens To Be (B.A.G) 2:46:31
  • Host speaks 2:51:59
  • James Gilmore "Crazy" from Decorating Time (Ears&Eyes) 2:52:55

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