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Ken Fowser, Something Blue, Devin Gray and More

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A packed show with excellent new releases on Posi-tone from Ken Fowser and Something Blue, a focus on Devin Gray, recent work from Wolfgang Muthspiel plus archive cuts.

Playlist

  • Something Blue "Slick" from Maximum Enjoyment (Posi-tone) 00:00
  • Ken Fowser "Stand Clear of the Closing Doors" from Right On Time (Posi-tone) 06:36
  • Devin Gray "Prospect Park in the Dark" from Dirigo Rataplan (Skirl) 11:18
  • Nick Mazzarella Trio "Boarding Pass" from This Is Only a Test, Live at the Hungry Brain (Nicholas C Mazzarella / Sonichla Records) 18:48
  • Tim Hagans "Ornette's Waking Dream of a Woman" from The Moon Is Waiting (Palmetto) 26:07
  • Jamie Baum Septet "Ants and Other Faithful Beings" from In This Life (Sunnyside) 32:42
  • Devin Gray "Quantum Cryptology" from Dirigo Rataplan II (Devin Gray Music) 39:19
  • Something Blue "Aoi Blue" from Maximum Enjoyment (Posi-tone) 46:50
  • Ken Fowser "A Poem For Elaine" from Right on Time (Posi-tone) 51:25
  • Wolfgang Muthspiel "Den Wheeler, Den Kenny" from Rising Grace (ECM) 57:16
  • Wolfgang Muthspiel "Where The River Goes" from Where The River Goes (ECM) 1:04:53
  • Aaron Djuan Burnett & The Big Machine "No More Bebop" from Anomaly (Fresh Sound) 1:13:15
  • Ananda Gari "Trucks" from T-Duality (Auand) 1:20:57
  • Andrew Lamb Trio "The Casbah of Love" from The Casbah of Love (Birdwatcher Records) 1:27:34
  • Devin Gray "Jungle Design (for Hannah Shaw)" from RelativE ResonancE (Devin Gray Music) 1:35:15
  • Ken Fowser "Don't Let Life Pass You By" from Right on Time (Posi-tone) 1:46:24
  • Something Blue "Why Aren't You Excited" from Maximum Enjoyment (Posi-tone) 1:52:29

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