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Jorja Smith, Gary Bartz & Maisha, Jerry Granelli and More New Releases

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The second part of this week's new and upcoming release special brings new gems by Angel Bat Dawid, Caleb Dolister , old gems in new bottles courtesy of Gary Bartz & Maisha and of Jorja Smith diving into the Blue Note catalogue for a neo-classic St. Germain, some family love by the Granellis and the electro-acoustic experimentations of Enrico Rava, Matthew Herbert and Giovanni Guidi

Happy listening!

  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Jorja Smith "Rose Rouge" Blue Note Re:imagined (Blue Note) 0:16
  • Host talks 6:12
  • Gary Bartz & Maisha "Dr Follows Dance" Gary Bartz & Maisha (Night Dreamer) 8:53
  • Host talks 16:06
  • Caleb Dolister "090210 (The Eavesdropper)" Daily Thumbprint Collection 3, The Wandering (SNP) 17:24
  • Angel Bat Dawid "No Space For Us" Transition East -Single (International Anthem) 20:11
  • Spirabassi "Ocean Dance" Improkofiev (Jazzmax) 23:55
  • Host talks 30:22
  • The Jerry Granelli Trio "Parchman Farm" The Jerry Granelli Trio Plays Vince Guaraldi and Mose Allison (RareNoise) 32:42
  • Bobby Previte, Jamie Saft "The Extreme Present" Music from the Early 21st Century (feat. Nels Cline) (RareNoiseRecords) 40:41
  • J. A. Granelli and Mr. Lucky "One Horse Town" End to Begin (Self-released) 46:00
  • Luca Alemanno "I Can See Home from Here" I Can See Home from Here (Workin' Label) 52:40
  • Host talks 58:27
  • Enrico Rava, Matthew Herbert, Giovanni Guidi "Part Five" For Mario (Accidental Ltd)
  • 1:01:30
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