Jon Irabagon, Charlie Parker, New Releases And Archive Picks

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A focus on the recent album from Jon Irabagon, a trio of Charlie Parker related tunes, a song in remembrance of Randy Weston and lots more...


  • Jon Irabagon "The Demon Barber of Fleet Week" from Dr. Quixotic's Traveling Exotics (Irrabagast) 00:00
  • Randy Weston "Blues for Strayhorn" from Monterey '66 (Verve) 12:20
  • Wayne Shorter & Milton Nascimento "Ponta de Areia" from Native Dancer (Columbia) 19:35
  • Marcin Wasilewski "Spark of Life/Sudovian Dance" from Live (ECM) 25:22
  • Jon Irabagon "You on Your Own" from Dr. Quixotic's Traveling Exotics (Irrabagast) 38:23
  • Milcho Leviev, Dave Holland "Billy's Bounce" from Up & Down (MA Recordings) 52:48
  • Charlie Parker "Cherokee" from A Studio Chronicle 1940-1948 (JSP Records) 1:10:15
  • Joe Lovano, Hank Jones "Charlie Chan" from Kid's Live at Dizzy's Club Coca Cola (Blue Note) 1:04:49
  • Tetuzi Akiyama, Magnus Granberg, Henrik Olsson "Words" from Whose Words (Ftarri/Meenna) 1:10:57
  • Michael Formanek "Exoskeleton VIII" from The Distance (ECM) 1:21:39
  • Made To Break "Hydroplane (for Shellac)" from Trebuchet (Trost) 1:30:00
  • Jon Irabagon "Taipei Personality" from Dr. Quixotic's Traveling Exotics (Irrabagast) 1:50:24

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