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Lionel Loueke, Roberto Cecchetto, Prince & Miles, Bootsy & More New Releases

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In this week's exploration of new and upcoming releases we explore a whole range of human interactions, from Matt Wilson's hugs to Kahil El'Zabar's jumps and shout, from Prince and Miles Davis going mano a mano to Bootsy Collins and Branford Marsalis proceeding arm in arm like true funkateeers, from Antoine Pierre following Miles' steps to Lionel Loueke doing the same with those of Herbie Hancock. And more...

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Playlist

  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Matt Wilson "Hug" Hug! (Palmetto) 0:16
  • Host talks 4:01
  • Kahil El'Zabar "Jump and Shout (For Those Now Gone)" Kahil El'Zabar's America the Beautiful (Spiritmuse) 5:12
  • Host talks 11:46
  • Michel Benita "Dervish Diva" Looking at Sounds (ECM) 13:11
  • Antoine Pierre & Urbex Electric "Obsession" Suspended (Live at Flagey) (Outnote) 20:56
  • Host talks 28:33
  • Prince with Miles Davis "Can I Play with U? [2020 Remaster]" Sign o' the Times (Super Deluxe) (Warner) 30:53
  • Bootsy Collins feat. Branford Marsalis, Danielle René Withers, Victor Wooten "Club Funkateers" The Power of the One (Sweetwater) 37:30
  • Lionel Loueke "Rockit" HH (Edition) 41:03
  • Host talks 44:57
  • Roberto Cecchetto "Camille" Humanity (Jando/Via Veneto Jazz) 46:39
  • Toine Thys "Mandingue" Orlando (Hypnote) 53:20
  • Miki Yamanaka "After the Night" Human Dust Suite (Outside In) 59:42
  • Host talks 1:04:28
  • Susan Alcorn Quintet "R.U.R." Pedernal (Relative Pitch) 1:05:16
Photo credit: Henrik Noergaard Rohweder Paulsen

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