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Markus Reuter, Ray Russell, Randy Brecker and More

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This week we focus on raw, improvised music with touch guitars, electronics and drums amongst new releases from British and American bands. Our playlist mixes new releases, including improvised music from Markus Reuter or Ray Russell and the collaboration between Randy Brecker and Eric Marienthal, and some older material by the likes of Dave Liebman and Dave Weckl.

Playlist

  • Dave Liebman "JB Meets Sly" from Back on the Corner (Tone Center) 00:00
  • Petite Blonde "Two Price Hit" from Petite Blonde (Lipstick) 26:42
  • JK Special "JK Special" from Crossfire (Lipstick) 40:04
  • Dave Weckl Band "Big Little B" from Rhythm of the Soul (Stretch) 46:51
  • Randy Brecker, Eric Marienthal "You Ga (Ta Give It)" from Double Dealin' (Shanachie) 50:14
  • Ray Russell "Six in Six out" from Fluid Architecture (Cuneiform) 51:54
  • Reuter Moyzer Grohowski "Burn to Aether" from Shapeshifters (Moonjune) 52:47r

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