Maria Schneider, Joe Morris, Rick Cutler and More

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This week we open with music off the brilliant new album by Maria Schneider's Orchestra, Data Lords. Also featured are Petr Cancura, Micah Thomas, Ben Rosenblum and David Billingsley and we explore the connections between these emerging artists and masters like Bob Brookmeyer, Joe Morris and Rick Cutler. Enjoy the show!


  • Maria Schneider Orchestra "Sputnik" Data Lords (ArtistShare) 00:00
  • Host talks 7:57
  • Bob Brookmeyer "It's So Peaceful in the Country" Essential Jazz Masters (Classics) 10:54
  • Petr Cancura "Cinema" Songs of Tales (PC) 14:58
  • Host talks 18:30
  • Joe Morris "Mad Moon" Best of the Early Years (Goldenlane Records) 19:36
  • Micah Thomas "Tornado" Tide (Micah Thomas) 21:47
  • Host talks 27:21
  • Klüver's Big Band with Byron Stripling "Indiana" Better Believe It (Music Mecca) 29:10
  • Rick Cutler "The Blues Matter" Women and Children (New Dude Records) 28:39
  • Host talks 37:53
  • Larry Coryell "Improv on 97" Barefoot Man Sanpaku (Purple Pyramid Records) 39:15
  • Ben Rosenblum Trio "New Sunday" The Music of Greg Hill (Groovy Records) 44:12
  • Host talks 49:07
  • David Billingsley "Grace & Peace" House of David Volume 1 (Intersound) 50:02
  • Host talks 52:54
  • Monika Herzig "We are the Champions" Eternal Dance (Savant) 53:48

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