Matt Mayhall, Binker & Moses, Cristina Zavalloni, Delvon Lamarr & New Releases

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The irresistible grooves of Delvon Lamarr and The Meters open another celebration of great new releases and reissues, through which we look into the relationship between jazz and hip-hop, art songs, and some good old fusion.

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  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio "Hole in One" I Told You So (Colemine) 0:16
  • Host talks 4:51
  • The Meters "Soul Machine" Gettin' Funkier All the Time: The Complete Josie, Reprise and Warner Recordings 1968-1977 (Warner) 6:38
  • Binker and Moses "Intoxocation from the Jahvmonishi Leaves" Escape the Flames (Gearbox) 10:05
  • Host talks 19:55
  • Butcher Brown "Tidal Wave" #KingButch (Concord Jazz) 21:19
  • Chicago Yestet "The Long Neglect" Not There Yet (Self-released) 24:47
  • Giovanni Cigui "Gio's Friends" Rock (Auand) 30:36
  • Host talks 34:22
  • Marcos Resende "My Heart" Marcos Resende & Index (Far Out) 36:16
  • Matt Mayhall "Picture Day" Picture Day -Live at the Blue Whale (Self-released) 41:57
  • The Nels Cline Singers "Headdress" Share the Wealth (Blue Note) 49:19
  • Host talks 54:40
  • Cristina Zavalloni "Light Spoken" For the Living (Encore) 56:22
  • Tori Handsley "Out of Sight, out of Mind" As We Stand (Cadillac) 1:00:25
Photo credit: Eron Rauch

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