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Isaiah Collier and The Chosen Few, David Boykin Expanse & BSP Trio


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I decided to take a break and let the music do the talking this time out, so this is an almost host-less episode of One Man's Jazz, filled with some great music as always. Featured are Chicago saxophonists Isaiah Collier & The Chosen Few, David Boykin Expanse and Dave Rempis (with Kuzu). There's more from James Brandon Lewis' Red Lily Quintet, the BSP Trio from Montreal, England's Trevor Watts with the Moire Music Orchestra, more bands from Argentina, and further exploration of Italian bassist Danilo Gallo's deep catalog. Enjoy!


  • Host speaks 00:00
  • Trevor Watts & Moire Music Orchestra "Opening Gambit" from With The Flow (Hi4Head) 00:50
  • Kevin Sun "Greenlit" from 3-Bird (Endectomorph) 09:36
  • Danilo Gallo & Dark Dry Tears "If You Raise A Wall, You Get Low" from A View Through A Slot (Clean Feed) 13:48
  • Danilo Gallo, Kathya West & Alberto Dipace "Time" from The Last Coat Of Pink (Caligola) 22:01
  • Garfo "Quadrado" from Garfo (Clean Feed) 29:51
  • East Axis "Oh Hell I Forgot That" from Cool With That (ESP Disk) 34:30
  • Sebastian De Urquiza "Pasar De Los Dias" from Volume I (Ears&Eyes) 45:04
  • Don Cherry "Universal Mother" from Hear And Now (Atlantic) 53:23
  • Host speaks 1:00:01
  • Isaiah Collier & The Chosen Few "Invocation" from Cosmic Transitions (Division 81) 1:00:23
  • Isaiah Collier & The Chosen Few "Part I -Forgiveness" from Cosmic Transitions (Division 81) 1:06:57
  • BSP Trio "Meditations" from Convo (Self-released) 1:17:34
  • Dave Rempis & Kuzu "One Fell Swoop" from All Your Ghosts In One Corner (Aerophonic) 1:22:36
  • Zurich Jazz Orchestra "Walzer Part I" from Dedications (Mons) 1:28:51
  • Zurich Jazz Orchestra "Walzer Part II" from Dedications (Mons) 1:35:10
  • Zurich Jazz Orchestra "Walzer Part III" from Dedications (Mons) 1:39:11
  • James Brandon Lewis Red Lily Quintet "Seer" from Jesup Wagon (Tao Forms) 1:42:40
  • James Brandon Lewis Red Lily Quintet "Fallen Flowers" from Jesup Wagon (Tao Forms) 1:46:37
  • Ernesto Jodos "Be Cool, S'OK" from Confluence (Ears&Eyes) 1:53:24
  • Host speaks 1:58:59
  • Ayler's Mood "Part 1" from Combat Joy (Aut) 1:59:07
  • Steve Tintweiss & The Purple Why "Just Be Mine" from Markstown (Inky Dot Media) 2:12:39
  • BSP Trio "Morocco" from Convo (Self-released) 2:21:03
  • Wadada Leo Smith "Truth In Expansion" from Sacred Ceremonies (Tum) 2:26:29
  • Trio Sin Tiempo "Los Pojaros" from Ritmos De Agua (577 Records) 2:36:33
  • Soojin Suh "Ruth" from Roots To Branches (Self-released) 2:41:09
  • < li>David Boykin Expanse "Omni-Intervallic" from Progenitor (Self-released) 2:46:36
  • El Devenir Del Rio "Circulo Secreto" from Invocación (Ears#&Eyes) 2:54:45

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