Julius Hemphill, William Parker, Charles Lloyd, Sam Rivers & More New Releases

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This week we focus our attention on two fundamental box-sets and a slew of live recordings the synchronicity of whose release draws the spotlight on musicians who were at the center of the legendary Loft Scene (from Julius Hemphill to Sam Rivers, Michael Gregory Jackson and JuJU), as well as on some of those musicians who have been keeping the loft scene's spirit alive (William Parker, Tim Berne and the Italian-Danish band On Dog). The latest albums by Charles Lloyd and the Marvels and Ayelet Rose Gottlieb provide the perfect way to open the proceedings.

Happy listening!


  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Charles Lloyd & The Marvels "Ramblin'" Tone Poem (Blue Note) 0:16
  • Host talks 5:13
  • Ayelet Rose Gottlieb "Moon over Gaza / Almost Summer / I Come from There and I Remember (feat. Jay Clayton, Eylem Basaldi & Stéphane Diamantakiou)" 13 Lunar Meditations: Summoning the Witches (Self-released) 6:24
  • Host talks 14:11
  • William Parker "Cosmic Funk" The Music of William Parker: Migration of Silence into and out of the Tone World -Vol. 1: Blue Limelight (Centering) 16:38
  • Sam Rivers "An Evening in Hamburg -Part One" Braids (NoBusiness) 20:59
  • Host talks 39:39
  • Juju "Out of This World" Live at 131 Prince Street (Strut) 42:02
  • Michael Gregory Jackson "Heart and Center" Frequency Equilibrium Koan (Golden) 51:21
  • Host talks 1:01:03
  • Julius Hemphill "Air Rings" The Boyé Multi-National Crusade for Harmony (New World) 1:03:33
  • On Dog "Schnauzers" Dielectric (ILK) 1:15:19
  • Host talks 1:21:28
  • Tim Berne's Snakeoil "Hemphill" The Deceptive 4 (Intakt) 1:24:29

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