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Lisa Hoppe, Alexandra Grimal, Miles Okazaki, The Comet Is Coming & Other New Releases

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The second part of this week's show focusing on newly released album features, in particular, large ensembles, electronically infused improvised music and the many recent collaborations of the Brazilian transplant in Paris, guitarist Nelson Veras.

For the first part of the show click here

Happy listening!

  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Dan Rosenboom "Nebulounge" Absurd in the Anthropocene (Orenda) 0:16
  • Host talks 5:25
  • Michael Leonhart Orchestra "Shimmy Shimmy Ya / Glaciers of Ice" Suite Extracts, Vol. 1 (Sunnyside) 6:33
  • Remy Le Boeuf "II. Assembly of Shadows" Assembly of Shadows (Soundspore) 9:35
  • Tower Jazz Composers Orchestra "Ecce Combo" Tower Jazz Composers Orchestra (Over Studio) 18:23
  • Host talks 25:31
  • Lisa Hoppe's Third Reality "Progress Is Rushing In" The Mighty Unlikely (JazzHausMusik) 27:54
  • Evgeny Sivtsov "Happy Hippo" Zoo (Rainy Days) 30:17
  • Miles Okazaki "The Castaway" The Sky Below (PI) 40:02
  • Host talks 45:32
  • Yves Robert "Algorythmique de danse" Captivate (BMC) 47:17
  • Junius Paul "Baker's Dozen" Ism (International Anthem) 49:33
  • The Comet Is Coming "The Softness of the Present" The Afterlife (Impulse!) 52:31
  • Host talks 55:33
  • Pablo Held "Ascent" Ascent -Single (Edition) 57:21
  • Mátyás Szandai Quartet "Music from Gyimes" Sādhana (BMC) 1:04:21
  • Host talks 1:09:52
  • Alexandra Grimal "Meltemi" Nāga (Ovni) 1:13:16

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