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JD Parran and Mark Deutsch, Daniel Carter, & Irreversible Entanglements

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California Street Sessions, a new duo recording by reed master JD Parran and bassist JD Parran & Mark Deutsch, is intriguing, particularly when consider the instrumentation: Parran plays a seldom-heard contralto clarinet while Deutsch plays the bazantar, a hybrid bass that he invented himself. The music's excellent too. Other new albums sampled this week come from Daniel Carter and his Telepathic Band, Kris Davis' Diatom Ribbons, Vancouver's Malleus Trio, and saxophonist Andrew Rathbun. Plus—there's always one of those—a preview of Protect Your Light by the free jazz/poetry/statement-making ensemble, Irreversible Entanglements. It's their debut on Impulse Records.

Playlist

  • Cheick Tdiane Seck "African Cookbook" from Timbuktu—Music Of Randy Weston (Komos) 00:00
  • Jewels and Binoculars "Blind Willie McTell" from Ships With Tattooed Sails (Upshot) 11:32
  • Host speaks 19:28
  • Kris Davis' Diatom Ribbons "Alice In The Congo" from Live At The Village Vanguard (Pyroclastic) 22:20
  • Andy Emler Trio "The Resistant" from The Useful Report (La Buissonne) 34:33
  • Andy Emler Mega Octet "No Rush" from No Rush (La Buissonne) 38:35
  • William Parker "Domingo" from Mayan Space Station (AUM Fidelity) 44:07
  • Host speaks 51:13
  • Vinny Golia "We're Moving On Now Part II" from Even To This Day: Music For Orchestra And Soloists (Nine Winds) 53:07
  • Johnny Hunter Quartet "Divisions Part 4" from Divisions (Discus Music) 1:01:47
  • Utopianisti "Derelicts In Space" from Utopianisti II (Lusti) 1:12:00
  • Host speaks 1:23:28
  • J. Parran & Mark Deutsch "Times Square Jesus" from California Street Musicians (Infrequent Seams) 1:26:11
  • Max Andrzewicz & Hutte "Risse" from Reduce (Fun In The Church) 1:38:19
  • Anthony Davis Trio "Fictions Part II" from Vertical Motion (Astral Spirits) 1:43:14
  • Host speaks 1:51:59
  • Daniel Carter & The Telepathic Band "Monastic Stereo" from Electric Telepathy Volume 2 (577 Records) 1:53:40
  • Kris Davis' Diatom Ribbons "Endless Columns" from Live At The Village Vanguard (Pyroclastic) 2:05:42
  • Host speaks 2:16:33
  • Irreversible Entanglements "Free Love!" from Protect Your Light (Impulse) 2:18:18
  • Ember "Snake Tune" from August In March (Imani) 2:23:33
  • Alberto Dipace & Eyes And Madness "Meeting You" from A Dreamy Madness (A M P) 2:29:45
  • Host speaks 2:36:50
  • Malleus Trio "Cloud Suites" from On Off (Self-released) 2:37:53
  • Andrew Rathbun "Speed Of Time" from The Speed Of Time (Steeplechase) 2:45:15
  • J. D. Parran & Mark Deutsch "Lazuli" from California Street Sessions (Infrequent Seams) 2:51:58
  • Host speaks 2:59:18
  • Don Cherry "Until The Rain Comes" from Multikulti (A&M) 2:59:50

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