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Mark Helias, Ernesto Jodos, Ken Stubbs, Alex Massa and more

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A look to the past and one to the future this week, as we feature a re-released 1994 album from Mark Helias and new sounds via the ears&eyes label from Ernesto Jodos, and Alex Massa. I continue my examination of recent releases from Ken Stubbs, and there's a new one on Posi-tone from Doug Webb, plus one or two other little treats in between.

Playlist

  • Mark Helias "Munchkins" from Loopin' the Cool (Enja) 00:00
  • Ernesto Jodos "Sound Lee" from Un Viaggio (ears&eyes) 06:50
  • Ken Stubbs "Pablo" from I Us Live (CherryK) 14:16
  • Alex Massa "Black Snake" from Water Music (ears&eyes) 22:37
  • Doug Webb "Alexico" from Apples & Oranges (Posi-tone) 40:58
  • Mark Helias "Sector 51" from Loopin' the Cool (Enja) 47:10
  • Jim Waller "Samba for Suzell" from Bucket List (Self-Released) 55:09
  • Ken Stubbs "Pavane (Thoughts of a Septuagenerian)" from I Us Live (CherryK) 1:00:20
  • Ernesto Jodos "Sir Charles" from Un Viaggio (ears&eyes) 1:07:07
  • Franck Wolf "Sweet Madness" from Acoustic Five (WM Music) 1:14:11
  • Harold Mabern "The Lyrical Cole-Man" from Mabern Plays Mabern (Smoke Sessions Records) 1:18:25
  • Doug Webb "Monkey Face" from Apples & Oranges (Posi-tone) 1:30:54
  • Ernesto Jodos "Let's Call This" from Un Viaggio (ears&eyes) 1:37:05
  • Mark Helias "El Baz" from Loopin' the Cool (Enja) 1:43:46
  • Ken Stubbs "Never Let Me Go" from I Us Live (CherryK) 1:46:24
  • Vintage Astronaut "Robot to Robot Massage Parlour" from 2028AD Haircut (Mr. Haircut Records) 1:54:27

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