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Kate Gentile, Swell / Tokar / Kugel & Richard Davis

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Drummer Kate Gentile's new Find Letter X is extremely inventive and original—one of the best of the year and featured in this edition. The new em>For The People Of The Open Heart by trombonist Steve Swell, bassist Mark Tokar & drummer Klaus Kugel is another exceptional release. Also new and notable are pianist Satoko Fujii with a new trio called San, Dutch saxophonist Marike van Dijk, pianist Piotr Rachon from Poland, bassist Jasper Hoiby's Earthness. Closing the show is a small tribute to the passing of master bassist Richard Davis.

Playlist

  • Mingunos "Better Get Hit In Your Soul" from Cumulus Mingus (Not On) 00:00
  • Host speaks 07:00
  • Kate Gentile "Subsurface" from Find Letter X (Pi Recordings) 08:49
  • Mike Reed "One Of Us" from The Separatist Party (We Jazz) 19:14
  • Caroline Davis & Alula "And Yet It Moves (For Galileo)" from Captivity (Ropeadope) 23:42
  • Host speaks 29:37
  • Jasper Hoiby & 3 Elements "Never Forgotten" from Earthness (Edition 31:07
  • James Brandon Lewis Red Lily Quintet "Go Down Moses" from For Mahalia With Love (Tao Forms) 40:19
  • Host speaks 50:08
  • Piotr Rachon Quartet "Amazon" from Amazonia (Vertigo) 51:04
  • Kenneth Jimenez Quartet "El Patio" from Sonnet For Silence (We Jazz) 1:00:07
  • Host speaks 1:06:21
  • Mathias Landaeus, Oliver Lake & Kresten Osgood "Spirit" from Spirit (Self-released) 1:08:03
  • Paul r. Harding "New World Gypsy Dawn" from They Tried To Kill Me Yesterday (ESP-Disk) 1:26:47
  • Host speaks 1:32:42
  • Marike Van Dijk "Stranded" from Stranded (BJU) 1:35:09
  • Barry Altschul, David Izenson & Perry Robinson "Untitled 2" from Stop Time Live At 131 Prince Street (NoBusiness) 1:42:05
  • Host speaks 1:48:36
  • Steve Swell, Mark Tokar & Klaus Kugel "Let It Grow" from For The People Of The Open Heart (FSR) 1:50:58
  • Banz Oester & The Rainmakers "Jaipur" from Gratitude (Enja) 2:02:05
  • Host speaks 2:12:36
  • Peripheral Vision "The Mask Has Become The Face" from We've Got Nothing (Self-released) 2:13:50
  • J.D. Parran & JD Parran & Mark Deutsch "Golden Gate Nocturne" from California Street Sessions (Infrequent Seams) 2:20:39
  • Steve Lehman "Jeux D'Anches" from Ex Machina (Pi Recordings) 2:28:33
  • Host speaks 2:33:16
  • Satoko Fujii & San "Soba" from Hibiki (Jazz D'Or) 2:34:59
  • Kate Gentile "Spectrescope" from Find Letter X (Pi Recordings) 2:44:44
  • Host speaks 2:53:09
  • Richard Davis Trio "Song For Wounded Knee" from Song For Wounded Knee (Flying Dutchman) 2:56:13
  • Richard Davis "Lift Every Voice And Sing" from The Bassist—Homage To Diversity (Palmetto) 3::00:58
  • Richard Davis "A Child Is Born" from The Muses For Richard Davis (MPS) 3:04:24

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