Junius Paul, Piero Bittolo Bon, Avishai Cohen & Other New Releases

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In the second part of this week's episode we continue our exploration of new and upcoming releases with two smash albums, a stunner from Piero Bittolo Bon's Bread and Fox and the debut album by Chicago bassist Junius Paul. During the rest of the show we feature Nat Birchall's tribute to Yusef Lateef and music ranging from the electronic soundscapes of Two Thou and Hobby Horse, LIUN + The Science Fiction Band feat. Lucia Cadotsch and Wanja Slavin, Lorenzo Feliciati and Michele Rabbia, to trumpet reference players like Avishai Cohen, Mirko Cisilino and Franco Ambrosetti.

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  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • PBB's Bread & Fox "Awesome African Apples" This Is Sour Music (Trouble in the East) 0:16
  • Host talks 9:48
  • Two Thou and Hobby Horse "Cascade" Two Thou & Hobby Horse (Roots Underground) 11:11
  • LIUN + The Science Fiction Band "Kiddo" Kiddo -Single (Yellowbird) 15:34
  • Lorenzo Feliciati and Michele Rabbia "Sidereal" Antikythera (RareNoise) 19:55
  • Host talks 28:52
  • Junius Paul "Asé" Ism (International Anthem) 30:46
  • Mirko Cisilino "E senza" Effetto Carsico (Jazz Engine) 33:37
  • Avishai Cohen, Yonathan Avishai "Kofifi Blue" Playing the Room (ECM) 37:40
  • The Nat Birchall Quartet "Morning" The Storyteller: A Musical Tribute to Yusef Lateef (Jazzman) 43:59
  • Host talks 50:54
  • Franco Ambrosetti Quintet "On Green Dolphin Street" Long Waves (u n i t) 54:37
  • Photo credit: Roberto Cifarelli.

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