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Jonas Kullhammar, Alistair Payne and Rich Halley Trio


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This episode has a definite tilt to artists from Northern Europe with music from several different countries. Sweden's Moserobie Music catalog is featured in several tracks, particularly label founder and multi-reedist Jonas Kullhammar, while from the neighbouring Norway you'll hear music by saxophonist Andre Roligheten, bassist Dan Peter Sundland and the Bliss Quintet. Bassist Meinrad Kneer & his quintet and the trio Dudu Kouate lead the way for several artists from Germany. The Netherlands scene is represented by interesting trumpet player Alistair Payne originally from Scotland, recorded live at The Bimhuis in Amsterdam. Closer to home, saxophonist Rich Halley returns with the amazing Matthew Shipp Trio in tow on his latest Fire Within.


  • Jonas Kullhammar Quartet "Ruskitoonies McAroonies" from Plays Loud For The People (Moserobie) 00:00
  • Host speaks 07:17
  • Konrad Agnas "Siwa" from Rite Of Passage (Moserobie) 09:02
  • Maximilian Arsava "Utility Dust" from Nowhere Dense (Aut Records) 15:40
  • Samo Salamon, Arild Andersen & Rakalam Bob Moses "Little Song" from Pure And Simple (Samo) 25:27
  • Greg Burk & Rakalam Bob Moses "Already Gong" from Fatherhood (Rakalam) 32:55
  • Host speaks 40:40
  • Rich Halley Quartet "Fire Within" from Fire Within (Pine Eagle) 42:18
  • Steve Swell, Mark Tokar & Klaus Kugel "Tone Detective" from For The People Of The Open Heart (FSR Records) 55:03
  • Host speaks 1:01:17
  • Alistair Payne "Box Too Small" from Reflex Live At The Bimhuis (Bimhuis) 1:03:08
  • Malleus Trio "Stagger Step" from On Off (Self-released) 1:12:52
  • Andreas Willers & Derek Plays Eric "Greed Mongers" from Suite Of Soaps (Jazzwerkstatt) 1:17:56
  • Host speaks 1:24:08
  • Johan Lindstrom & Norbrotten Big Band "Ritmo Bolsillo" from Johan Lindstrom & Norbrotten Big Band (Moserobie) 1:25:31
  • Omawi Trio "Till A Becomes The" from Waive (Relative Pitch) 1:32:34
  • Andre Roligheten "Whale Waltz" from Marbles (Odin) 1:41:46
  • Host speaks 1:48:29
  • Ouat "Alice" from Trial Of Future Animals (Self-released) 1:51:21
  • Stirrup "Chill Cot" from Picks Up The Thread (Ears&Eyes) 2:00:30
  • Host speaks 2:10:48
  • Bliss Quintet "Glasshouse" from Glasshouse (Jazzland) 2:11:41
  • Kuba Chicocki "Quirks" from Flowing Circles (BJU Records) 2:20:31
  • Dan Peter Sundland & Home Stretch "Before The Fall" from Before The Fall (Aut Records) 2:27:46
  • Host speaks 2:34:00
  • Meinrad Kneer Quintet "Ferner" from Der Zweite Streich (Jazzwerkstatt) 2:35:26
  • Simon Nabatov 2 + 3 "Breathe" from Verbs (Clean Feed) 2:44:24
  • Host speaks 2:52:19
  • Jonas Kullhammar, Kresten Osgood & Ole Morten Vågan "Ida Lupino" from Andratx (Moserobie) 2:53:25



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