Jon Christensen + Carla Bley, Reverso, Jason Palmer & Other New Releases

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Second part of this week's review of new and upcoming releases [for the first part click here], showcasing new ECM releases by Carla Bley and Oded Tzur, the nordic forays of pianist Alessandro Sgobbio with his new project Silent Fires and a preview of the stunning new album by Jason Palmer which was recorded live at the InterContinental New York Barclay, in partnership with Jimmy and Dena Katz's Giant Step Arts, as part of the concert series curated by Mondo Jazz.


  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" Mondo Jazz Theme (Self-released) 0:00
  • Masqualero "There Is No Jungle In Baltimore" Re-Enter (ECM) 0:16
  • Host talks 5:20
  • Carla Bley "Life Goes On: Life Goes On" Life Goes On (ECM) 6:20
  • Fabrizio Bosso Spiritual Trio "Lawns" Someday (Warner) 12:10
  • Josh Deutsch, Nico Soffiato "Consolation Prize" Redshift (Nusica.org) 17:14
  • Host talks 22:13
  • Oded Tzur "The Dream" Here Be Dragons (ECM) 23:43
  • Reverso "Absinthe" The Melodic Line (Outhere) 29:02
  • Jason Palmer "A French Imperial Eagle Finial" The Concert: 12 Musings for Isabella (Giant Step Arts) 34:50
  • Host talks 44:22
  • Silent Fires "En Astheneìa" Forests (AMP) 47:20
  • Sigurd Hole "Skygge" Lys / Mørke (Elvesang) 53:44
  • Ayler's Mood "Part III" Combat Joy (Aut) 58:34
  • Host talks 1:04:58
  • Rosario Giuliani "The Hidden Force of Love" Love in Translation (Via Veneto Jazz / Jando) 1:08:34
Photo credit: Caterina Di Perri.

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