Joshua Redman, Marc Copland and more

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This week we open the show with a very seasoned jazz saxophonist that recently moved to Kansas City, Adam Larson. From there we move to the UK scena and dig into new sounds from the Black Lab Beats and put a focus on great new jazz being released from the likes of Hendrik Meurkens, Peter Hand and Marc Copland. We round out this hour of music with a look into new material from Australian-born jazz guitarist Nicholas Vardanega and Poet/Singer Lisa B. Dig it...


  • The Adam Larson Band "Listen with Your Eyes" Listen with Your Eyes (Ropeadope) 00:00
  • Host talks 6:17
  • Joshua Redman and Brooklyn Rider "Flash" Sun on Sand(Nonesuch) 8:42
  • Blue Lab Beats "Voyage" Voyage (AllPoints) 13:03
  • Host talks 16:52
  • Hendrik Meurkens "Cobb's Pocket" Cobb's Pocket (In & Out Records) 17:42
  • Peter Hand Big Band "Mr. P.C. / Cousin Mary" Hand Painted Dream (Savant Records) 22:23
  • Host talks 27:36
  • Grant Green with Sonny Clark "Nancy with the Laughing Face" The Complete Quartets (Yes Music) 28:49
  • Marc Copland "Mitzi & Jonnyr" And I Love Her (Illusions Mirage) 35:05
  • Host talks 39:28
  • Jack Teagarden "When You're Smiling" Big Band Swing (Cool Note) 40:10
  • Nic Vardanega "At First Light" Point in Time (Nic Vardanega) 42:33
  • Host talks 49:02
  • Cedar Walton Trio "Cedar's Blues" Midnight Waltz (Venus Records, Inc.) 50:15
  • Host talks 52:50
  • Lisa B "To Propagate" Reverberant Poems and Music (Piece of Pie Records) 53:41

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