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Itamar Borochov, Doug Webb And Get The Blessing

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New releases from Itamar Borochov, Doug Webb, and Get The Blessing plus some previously unreleased music Thelonious Monk, rescued from a skip, are the headliners for this show. Also the intense avant jazz of Tashi Dorji & Tyler Damon, some Mingus and Joni, and other new releases.

Playlist

  • Itamar Borochov "Blue Nights" Blue Nights (Laborie) 00:00
  • Doug Webb "Ah Leu Cha" Fast Friends (Posi-tone) 06:39
  • Get The Blessing "If It Can It Will" Bristopia (Kartel) 13:38
  • Thelonious Monk "Bye Ya" Mønk (Gearbox) 17:49
  • Francois Couturier "A Celui Qui A Vu L'ange" Tarkosky Quartet (ECM) 28:06
  • Elliot Galvin & Mark Sanders "Cirrocumulus" Weather (Babel Label) 37:22
  • Trio HLK "Smalls" Standard Time (Ubuntu Music) 43:58
  • Itamar Borochov "Daasa!" Blue Nights (Laborie) 55:00
  • Doug Webb "Carter's Blues" Fast Friends (Posi-tone) 1:00:13
  • Get the Blessing "Bristopia" Bristopia (Kartel) 1:09:55
  • Tashi Dorji & Tyler Damon "Gate Left Open" Both Will Escape (Family Vineyard) 1:13:00
  • Charles Mingus "Memories of You" Mingus Plays Piano (Impulse!) 1:22:00
  • Joni Mitchell "The Dry Cleaner From Des Moines" Shadows and Light (Asylum) 1:27:00
  • Thelonious Monk "Monk's Dream" Mønk (Gearbox) 1:32:00
  • Itamar Borochov "Broken Vessels" Blue Nights (Laborie) 1:41:00
  • Doug Webb "Soul Eyes" Fast Friends (Posi-tone) 1:46:00
  • Get The Blessing "Tuathal" Bristopia (Kartel) 1:53:00
  • Tashi Dorji & Tyler Damon "Leave No Trace (Excerpt)" Leave No Trace: Live In St. Louis (Family Vineyard) 1:58:00

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