Jihye Lee, Dave Holland, Omar Sosa, Bheki Mseleku & Other New Releases

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Hypnotic tunes, Orchestras, South African piano masters and James Brandon Lewis' prolific vein are the main themes of this show focusing on new and upcoming releases.

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  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Omar Sosa "Shibinda" An East African Journey (OTA) 0:16
  • Host talks 4:54
  • Sam Fribush "[Outtake]" Sam Fribush Organ Trio, Vol. II: The Root (CHM) 7:00
  • De Beren Gieren "Stress Als Optie" Less Is Endless (Sdban) 11:24
  • Host talks 13:30
  • Dave Holland "Mashup" Another Land (Edition) 15:00
  • Lee Pardini "ETA" Homebodies (GroundUP) 21:29
  • Ghost Funk Orchestra "Asphalt Homeland" Asphalt Homeland -Single (Golden Rules) 29:07
  • Host talks 33:07
  • Daniel Hersog Jazz Orchestra "Motion" Night Devoid of Stars (Cellar) 34:58
  • Jihye Lee Orchestra "Struggle Gives You Strength" Daring Mind (Motema) 43:14
  • Nortonk "Chutes and Ladders" Nortonk (Biophilia) 49:08
  • Host talks 53:23
  • Bheki Mseleku "Cosmic Dance" Beyond the Stars (Tapestry Works) 55:31
  • The Ibrahim Khalil Shihab Quintet "Before the Rain and After" Spring (Matsuli) 1:01:52
  • James Brandon Lewis & Red Lily Quintet "Fallen Flowers" Jesup Wagon (Tao Forms) 1:05:26
  • Host talks 1:12:14
  • James Brandon Lewis "Even the Sparrow" Even the Sparrow (PDX) 1:13:06
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