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John Lurie, Isaiah Collier, Dan Weiss & Steph Richards

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John Lurie hasn't recorded any music since contracting Lyme disease several years ago; in fact he couldn't even listen to music because of the neurological effects of the disease. He retreated to someplace in the Caribbean then finally improved enough to come back to the US and made Painting With John for HBO. Lurie's music which accompanied the three seasons of the series is the subject of a his release called Painting With John. Lurie chose the music for the album himself. He says you need to listen to it in one sitting; alas, I've just got three selected tracks for you. Avant-garde trumpeter Steph Richards has had her own physical problems which forced her to rebuild her face muscles; she persevered and she sounds better than ever on her new Power Vibe out in May. Other new and notable releases sampled this time out are by saxophonist Isaiah Collier, drummer Dan Weiss, guitarist Travis Reuter, drummer Francisco Mela, pianist Marta Sanchez & trio and Aussie trumpeter Paul Williamson & bassist Karl Willebrant.

Playlist

  • The Choir Invisible "Membrane" from Town Of Two Faces (Intakt) 00:00
  • Host speaks 05:26
  • John Lurie "Flutter" from Painting With John (Royal Potato) 07:56
  • John Lurie "Small Car" from Painting With John (Royal Potato) 12:09
  • John Lurie "Goodbye To Peach" from Painting With John (Royal Potato) 17:54
  • Jim Hobbs Trio "Badadita" from Badadita (Silkheart) 20:46
  • Shoko Nagai "Whirl Around Future" from Vortex (Sky Prod) 28:22
  • Host speaks 36:51
  • Tragic Assembly "M" from Live At Artscenter (Soul City Sounds) 38:03
  • Tragic Assembly "Moai" from Live At Artscenter (Soul City Sounds) 44:36
  • Host speaks 50:33
  • Francisco Mela "Wind" from Music Frees Our Soul Vol. 3 (577 Records) 51:25
  • Anthropology Band "The Dancer & The Spark" from Scald—Live (Discus Music) 59:14
  • Host speaks 1:05:09
  • Isaiah Collier "The Almighty" from The Almighty (Division 81) 1:07:17
  • Fay Victor "Lady Sings The Blues" from Life Is Funny That Way (Tao Forms) 1:25:38
  • Host speaks 1:31:48
  • Dan Weiss "Max Roach" from Even Odds (Cygnus) 1:34:02
  • Ari Brown "Evod" from Live at the Green Mill (Delmark) 1:39:30
  • Chicago Edge Ensemble "The Passion Of Lucy Parsons" from The Individualists (Lizard Breath) 1:48:54
  • Host speaks 1:55:13
  • Steph Richards "Power Vibe (For Wayne Shorter)" from Power Vibe (Northern Spy) 1:57:31
  • Federico Califano, Francesco Tino & Alessandro Marzano "Naima" from What's New? (Aut Records) 2:04:26
  • Host speaks 2:12:34
  • Marta Sanchez Trio "Black Cyclone" from Perpetual Void (Intakt) 2:14:59
  • Ivo Perelman & Chad Fowler "Self-analysis" from Embracing The Unknown (Mahakala Music) 2:20:25
  • Tiziano Tononi, Emmanuele Parini & William Parker "June'78" from Vertical Invaders (Black Saint) 2:27:43
  • Host speaks 2:35:01
  • Travis Reuter "#9 Low High 1" from Quintet Music (Self-released) 2:36:44
  • Per Zanussi & Vestnorskjazz Ensemble "Noon Moon" from Li And The Infinite Game (Clean Feed) 2:44:30
  • Angelica Sanchez & Chad Taylor "Myopic Seer" from A Monster Is Just An Animal You Haven't Met Yet (Intakt) 2:50:11
  • Host speaks 3:01:03
  • Paul Williamson & Karl Willebrant "Night Suite Part 1 Your Night" from Night Daze (Self-released) 3:02:36

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