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Jim Black, Danilo Gallo, Alabaster DePlume, Jeremy Cunningham & Other New Releases

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In the second part of this week's exploration of new and upcoming release [for the first part click here] we focus, in particular, on the work of drummer Jim Black with his new trio and as a member of the outstanding band Dark Dry Tears led by Italian bassist Danilo Gallo, and on another batch of genre-defying releases by International Anthem, featuring Jeff Parker, Resavoir's drummer Jeremy Cunningham and the first European player signed by the Chicago label, British saxophonist Alabaster DePlume.

Happy listening!

Playlist

  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Jim Black Trio "Spoofy and Snofer" Reckon (Intakt) 0:16
  • Host talks 5:28
  • Danilo Gallo Dark Dry Tears "Bricks on Tilt" Hide, Show Yourself! (Parco dellaa) 6:41
  • Baptiste Trotignon "Up for It" You've Changed (Okeh) 10:02
  • Alabaster Deplume "I Hope" To Cy & Lee: Instrumentals, Vol. 1 (International Anthem) 14:21
  • Host talks 20:14
  • The Westerlies "Robert Henry" Wherein Lies the Good (Westerlies) 22:32
  • Jeremy Cunningham "1985 (feat. Jeff Parker)" The Weather Up There (International Anthem) 27:48
  • Jeff Parker "Go Away" Suite for Max Brown (International Anthem) 33:30
  • Host talks 38:28
  • Alice Ricciardi, Pietro Lussu "Boys and Girls Like You and Me" Catch A Falling Star (K-tel) 41:19
  • Michele Rosewoman's New Yor-Uba "Flowers that Bloom in the Dark" Hallowed (Advance Dance) 44:47
  • Host talks 50:00
  • Philipp Gropper's Philm "Saturn" Consequences (WhyPlayJazz) 52:58

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