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John Coltrane & Eric Dolphy, Clemens Kuratle & Francois Bourassa

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The original broadcasts of One Man's Jazz on Taint Radio happen about a month before they are posted on AAJ, so back in June I was excited as many others to play the only track we could from the new Evenings At The Village Gate: John Coltrane With Eric Dolphy. I suspect by now, that album has been dissected and explored by many people, but if you haven't and like Trane, do so. Also new and sampled in this edition of OMJ are new albums by Montreal pianist Francois Bourassa and his quartet, Swiss drummer Clemens Kuratle and his quintet (plus the group that preceded the quintet, Murmullo), German quartet Twirls, drummer Federico Isasti from Buenos Aires, and James Brandon Lewis hooked up with French electric bass magician Floy Krouchi on Cliffs. Found it on Bandcamp.

Playlist

  • Black Motor "Blue Eyes Cryin' In The Rain" from Branches (We Jazz) 00:00
  • Host speaks 05:07
  • Floy Krouchi & James Brandon Lewis "The Door To The Cliffs" from Cliffs (Off Records) 07:16
  • Francois Houle's Genera Sextet "Ekphrasis" from In Memoriam (Clean Feed) 14:08
  • Murmullo "To The Holy Land" from Murmullo (Antidro) 19:10
  • Host speaks 27:33
  • Clemens Kuratle "Lies" from Lies ( ntidro) 28:59
  • Lina Allemano Four "Plague Diaries Part III Intro—Hunger & Murder" from Pipe Dreams (Lumo) 37:08
  • Lina Allemano Four "Plague Diaries Part III Hunger & Murder" from Pipe Dreams (Lumo) 39:03
  • Lina Allemano Four "Plague Diaries Part III Doom & Doomer" from Pipe Dreams (Lumo) 44:58
  • Host speaks 52:13
  • Francois Bourassa Quartet "Poloop" from Swirl (Effendi) 54:00
  • Michael Formanek's Elusion Quartet "Bury The Lede" from As Things Do (Intakt) 1:05:46
  • Host speaks 1:13:08
  • Federico Isasti "Sin Jamas Perder La Ternura" from El Hombre, El Espejo, El Nino (Ears&Eyes) 1:14:46
  • Matt Mitchell "The Amused" from Oblong Aplomb (Out Of Your Head) 1:24:12
  • Transatlantic Five "Transition #4" from Transitions (NEMU) 1:28:29
  • Host speaks 1:38:55
  • John Coltrane "Impressions" from Evenings At The Village Gate: John Coltrane With Eric Dolphy (Impulse) 1:41:21
  • John Coltrane "Expression" from Expression (Impulse) 1:51:28
  • Host speaks 2:02:13
  • Natural Information Society "Moontide Chorus" from ince Time Is Gravity (Eremite) 2:03:53
  • Francois Bourassa Quartet "Costardo from Swirl (Effendi) 2:10:34
  • Anthropology Band "Lazy Susan" from Scald-Live 2022 (Discus) 2:16:25
  • Host speaks 2:22:36
  • Twirls "Encounter" from Tides & Shadows (Tiger Moon) 2:24:00
  • Paal Nilssen-Love & Ingebrigt Haker-Flaten "Guts & Skins Part 7" from Guts And Skins (PNL Records) 2:30:40
  • Pesh "We're Going To Vissl" from Peshish (Alpaka) 2:41:17
  • Alister Spence & Tony Buck}} "Strange Luminant" from Mythographer (Spence Music) 2:47:27
  • Antti Lotjonen Quintet East "(for) Better People" from Circus/Citadel (We Jazz) 2:54:07
  • Host speaks 2:59:17
  • Dennis Gonzalez "The Sunny Murray—Cecil Taylor Dancing Lesson" from Catechisms (Music & Arts) 3:00:42

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