Lina Allemano, Benito Gonzalez, Stefano Bollani, Fredrik Nordström & More New Releases

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The extrovert pianism of Stefano Bollani and Benito Gonzalez opens this show, which then dives into recent Nordic and Eastern European jazz (Fredrik Nordstrom, Julia Karosi, JAF Trio), embraces the compelling melodicism of Roberto Spadoni, Chris Pattishall, Stefano Coppari, Wayne Horvitz and Sara Schoenbeck, explores the music of two adventurous Canadians (Lina Allemano and Francois Houle), before landing in Ornette-land courtesy of Miguel Zenon.

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  • Ben Allison Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Stefano Bollani "What's the Buzz?" Piano Variations on Jesus Christ Superstar (Alobar) 0:16
  • Host talks 02:55
  • Benito Gonzalez "Flatbush Avenue" Sing to the World (Rainy Days) 3:59
  • Host talks 11:58
  • Fredrik Nordström "19 Southbound" Dolores: One (Bluenord) 12:33
  • Julia Karosi "Madeleine Moment" Without Dimensions (Double Moon) 17:59
  • JAF Trio "Det Er Dig" JAF Trio (WeJazz) 23:05
  • Host talks 29:05
  • Roberto Spadoni "Mah" Mah (Sword Records) 30:08
  • Chris Pattishall "Pisces" Zodiac (DK2) 33:58
  • Stefano Coppari "La Mouffe" Scar Let (Jazz Engine) 36:41
  • Host talks 40:43
  • François Houle 4 "Canyamel" Recoder (Songlines) 42:07
  • Sara Schoenbeck, Wayne Horvitz "American Bandstand" Cell Walk (Songlines) 45:45
  • Lina Allemano Four "Beans" Vegetables (Lumo) 49:34
  • Host talks 54:34
  • Miguel Zenón "Law Years" Law Years: The Music of Ornette Coleman (Live) (Miel Music) 57:05
Photo credit: Gert Vandepoele

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