Lars Jansson, Ark Ovrutski, Pablo Held and More

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A focus on Swedish pianist Lars Jansson is complemented with new releases from Ark Ovrutski, Pablo Held and Perry Smith. In a piano trio dominated show there is also a mix of classic recordings and exciting new cutting edge jazz.


  • Ark Ovrutski "Second Line" from Journey Moments (Ark Ovrutski Music) 00:00
  • Lars Jansson Trio "The Masquerade Is Over" from What's New (Spice of Life) 05:22
  • Pablo Held Trio "Birkenhain" from Investigations (Edition) 12:53
  • Perry Smith "Rise and Fall" from New Angel (Smith Tone Records) 19:37
  • Alex Sipiagin "Tijuana Gift Shop" from Mirrors (Criss Cross Jazz) 27:39
  • Ark Ovrutski "Only for Toddlers" from Journey Moments (Ark Ovrutski Music) 36:39
  • Lars Jansson Trio "In Search of Lost Time" from In Search of Lost Time (Spice of Life) 41:06
  • Pablo Held Trio "Bernstein Fantasie" from Investigations (Edition) 48:16
  • Perry Smith "Monk's World" from New Angel (Smith Tone Records) 55:40
  • Thelonious Monk "Pannonica" from Brilliant Corners (Riverside) 1:02:56
  • Unknown Mortal Orchestra "Hanoi 6" from IC01 Hanoi (Jagjaguwar) 1:10:53
  • Ark Ovrutski "Dolphin Dance" from Journey Moments (Ark Ovrutski Music) 1:19:16
  • Pablo Held Trio "Mountain Horn Song from Romanian Folk Songs" from Investigations (Edition) 1:26:03
  • Perry Smith "Hope for Peace" from New Angel (Smith Tone Records) 1:32:42
  • Lars Jansson Trio "Waltz for Bill" from Just This (Storyville) 1:34:52
  • Bill Evans "Walkin' Up" from Some Other Time: The Lost Session from the Black Forest (Resonance Records) 1:41:57
  • Charlie Haden & Brad Mehldau "Au Privave" from Long Ago and Far Away (Impulse!) 1:47:42

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