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Jerry Granelli, Lisa Ullén, Rudresh Mahanthappa & Yells At Eels

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Drummer extraordinaire Jerry Granelli says he doesn't look back too much, he'd prefer to move forward with his music, but with Jamie Saft and Brad Jones in tow, he decided the time was right to rediscover some of the tunes he played backing Vince Guaraldi and Mose Allison years back. A sample of his new album is a highlight of this episode. Other new albums being sampled come from Swedish pianist Lisa Ullen, Rudresh Mahanthappa, Yells at Eels with Pinkish Black, drummer Sergio Verdinelli and trio from Argentina, Italian bassist Federico Marchesano with Louis Sclavis, Ingrid Laubrock and Kris Davis together, and a wee taste of a forthcoming release by David Binney and Kenny Wollesen.

Playlist

  • Dennis Gonzalez' New Dallasangeles "Hymn for Julius Hemphill" from The Desert Wind (Silkheart) 00:00
  • Host speaks 14:09
  • Federico Marchesano "Germinale" from Atalante (Felmay) 16:41
  • Whit Dickey "To Planet Earth" from Morph (ESP-Disk) 21:39
  • Vijay Iyer, Mike Ladd "The Color of My Circumference I" from In What Language (Pi) 29:17
  • Host speaks 33:20
  • Vijay Iyer, Mike Ladd "Three Lotto Stories" from Inwhatstrumentals (Pi) 35:04
  • Tim Stine Trio "686868" from Fresh Demons (Astral Spirits) 39:52
  • Enrique Haneine "Illustrious Bickering" from Unlayered (Elegant Walk) 43:10
  • Host speaks 50:10
  • AHL6 "Meeting Point" from Thinker Try to Dance (Self-released) 51:21
  • Rudresh Mahanthappa "Red Cross" from Hero Trio (Whirlwind) 59:31
  • Samuel Blaser, Marc Ducret "Sao Paolo" from Audio Rebel (Blaser Digital) 1:05:55
  • Host speaks 1:16:09
  • Jerry Granelli Trio "Parchman Farm" from Plays Vince Guaraldi and Mose Allison (Rare Noise) 1:19:04
  • Rob Clutton Trio "Thing One" from Counsel of Primaries (Snailbongbong) 1:27:02
  • Eucalyptus "Kick It Till You Flip It" from Kick It Till You Flip It (Lorna) 1:33:37
  • Host speaks 1:40:22
  • Ingrid Laubrock, Kris Davis "Blood Moon" from Blood Moon (Intakt) 1:41:19
  • David Binney, Kenny Wollesen "San Tatura" from untitled (Self-released) 1:47:38
  • Host speaks 1:50:49
  • Satoko Fujii Ma-Do "Tornado" from Heat Wave (Libra) 1:52:48
  • Quin Kirchner "Jupiter Moon" from The Shadows And The Light (Astral Spirits) 1:59:28
  • Sergio Verdinelli "Falso Vanguardista" from No Me Digas Loco (Ears & Eyes) 2:11:00
  • Host speaks 2:17:48
  • Lisa Ullén "Lager 1" from Motsändorkestern Version 1 (Self-released) 2:19:30
  • Lisa Ullén "Lager 2" from Motsändorkestern Version 1 (Self-released) 2:29:55
  • Carsten Dahl, Ole Morten Vögan, Ivars Arutyunyan "That Old Rambling Soul" from Prism (Self-released) 2:32:54
  • Leszek Kulakowski Ensemble "Regi" from Looking Ahead (For Tune) 2:37:57
  • Pauli Lyytinen Magnetia Orkestri "Teknojazz" from Hypnosis (Eclipse Music) 2:44:08
  • Host speaks 2:50:07
  • Yells at Eels and Pinkish Black "The Sorrow of Guernica" from Vanishing Light in the Tunnel of Dreams (Ayler) 2:52:00

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