Interview with James Brandon Lewis & Further Notable New ReleasesBy
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In this episode we interview saxophone titan James Brandon Lewis, and sample music from his upcoming duo album Radiant Imprints with Chad Taylor.
- Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash and Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
- Caroline Davis "Dionisyan" from Heart Tonic (Sunnyside) 00:16
- Host talk 7:44
- Dafnis Prieto Big Band "Song for Chico (feat. Steve Coleman)" from Back to the Sunset (Dafnison) 9:16
- Roman Filiu "Imperator" from Quarteria (Sunnyside) 16:38
- Aruan Ortiz Trio "Alone Together" from Live in Zurich (Intakt) 19:50
- Host talk 27:48
- Nels Cline "Furtive" from Currents, Constellations (Blue Note) 31:01
- Bill Frisell "Rambler" from Music IS (OKeh) 35:50
- Yellow Bird "Rust and Bones" from Edda Lou (Enja) 38:38
- Host talk 43:50
- Interview with James Brandon Lewis Part 1 44:47
- James Brandon Lewis & Chad Taylor "Twenty-four" from Radiant Imprints (Off) 49:24
- Interview with James Brandon Lewis Part 2 53:50
- James Brandon Lewis & Chad Taylor "With Sorrow Lonnie" from Radiant Imprints (Off) 57:30
- James Brandon Lewis & Chad Taylor "Improv 1" from Radiant Imprints (Off) 1:09:16
- Interview with James Brandon Lewis Part 4 1:14:00
- James Brandon Lewis & Chad Taylor "Imprints" from Radiant Imprints (Off) 1:20:06
- John Surman "The Admiral" from Invisible Threads (ECM) 1:28:30
- Host talk 1:33:39
- Sebastien Texier & Christophe Marguet 4et "Eddie H" from For Travellers Only (Cristal) 1:34:40
- Host talk 1:40:19
- Louis Sclavis, Bernard Lubat "Trois et Quatre" from Impuls (Cristal) 1:41:59
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About James Brandon Lewis
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