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Kip Hanrahan, Ingrid Jensen and other great new releases

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The bonanza of new releases goes on. So let's dive right in and find out more about the much-awaited return of Kip Hanrahan; music inspired by fictional or real whales (courtesy of David Crowell & Simon Jermyn and Garth Stevenson); a heart-felt Kenny Wheeler Tribute by Ingrid Jensen and Steve Treseler, the second installment of Nicole Johanntgen's New Orleans travelogue, a new trio by Wayne Horvitz and the intriguing blend of piano and Maori traditional instruments by Tania Giannouli and Rob Thorne. And, of course, much more!

Happy listening!

Playlist

  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Ben Sluijs Quartet "Song for Yusef" from Particles (Off) 0:17
  • Host talks 8:15
  • Pierre Bertrand "Tourist Point of View" from Far East Suite (Cristal) 9:56
  • Ingrid Jensen and Steve Treseler "Kind Folk" from Invisible Sounds: For Kenny Wheeler (Whirlwind) 17:21
  • Ingrid Jensen and Steve Treseler "Old Time (Live)" from Invisible Sounds: For Kenny Wheeler (Whirlwind) 24:40
  • Nicole Johänntgen "Tanzbär" from Henry II (Selmabird) 32:43
  • Stu Mindeman "Sin sentido" from Woven Threads (Sunnyside) 44:11
  • Kip Hanrahan "Silvana Laughs at the Film Noir Shadows" from Crescent Moon Waning (American Clave) 48:28
  • Kip Hanrahan "Somewhere in the Deepest Blue There's a Woman Who Knows..." from Crescent Moon Waning (American Clave) 52:00
  • Host talks 56:25
  • Idris Ackamoor & The Pyramids "An Angel Fell" from An Angel Fell (Strut) 1:01:08
  • Myra Melford's Snowy Egret "City of Illusion" from The Other Side of Air (Firehouse 12) 1:09:39
  • Wayne Horvitz, Geoff Harper, Eric Eagle "Northapton" from The Showghost Sessions (Songlines) 1:18:10
  • Wayne Horvitz, Geoff Harper, Eric Eagle "The Pauls" from The Showghost Sessions (Songlines) 1:22:18
  • Tania Giannouli, Rob Thorne & Steve Garden "Prisma" from Rewa (Rattle) 1:26:59
  • David Crowell, Simon Jermyn "Elephant" from Spirit Spout (Skirl) 1:29:46
  • Garth Stevenson "Passage" from voyage (Garth Stevenson Music) 1:35:47
  • Host talks 1:42:00
  • Chris Lightcap "Light Trails" from Superette (The Royal Potato Family) 1:45:17
  • Fred Frith Trio "Bones to Pick with Graveyards" from Closer to the Ground (Intakt) 1:51:01
  • Host talks 1:56:18
  • Trygve Seim "Sol's Song" from Helsinki Songs (ECM) 1:58:01

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