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Matt Mitchell, Linda May Han Oh, Rajna Swaminathan & More

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From bass players leading cutting edge bands, to ensembles with strings; from electronica-infused projects to tributes to Sun Ra, Count Basie and Oliver Nelson; from multi-kulti to straight-ahead. This and more on this episode of Mondo Jazz.

Happy listening!

  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" Mondo Jazz Theme (Self-released) 0:00
  • Dezron Douglas "Negroidius Maximus" Black Lion (Self-released) 0:17
  • Host talks 4:47
  • Matt Mitchell "Stretch Goal" Phalanx Ambassadors (Pi) 7:07
  • Caroline Davis, Matt Mitchell & Gregory Saunier "Vortex Generator" Alula (New Amsterdam) 13:31
  • Linda May Han Oh "Au Privave" Aventurine (Biophilia) 18:25
  • Host talks 21:30
  • Calvin Weston Phoenix Orchestra "Dust and Ash" Dust and Ash (577) 24:36
  • The Barrence Whitfield Soul Savage Arkestra "Nuclear War" Songs From The Sun Ra Cosmos (Modern Harmonic) 33:14
  • Rajna Swaminathan "Retrograde" Of Agency and Abstraction (Biophilia) 37:55
  • Host talks 44:50
  • Timo Lassy & Teppo Mäkynen "Zomp" Perform 15 Compositions on Sax & Drums (WeJazz) 47:32
  • Giancarlo Vulcano "Brick City" Getting Naked: A Burlesque Story (Close Second) 50:23
  • Lionel Martin & Sangoma Everett "Afrique" Revisiting Afrique of Count Basie and Oliver Nelson (Cristal) 51:19
  • Jacopo Ferrazza Trio "Theater" Theater (C.A.M. Jazz) 55:23
  • Host talks 1:01:33
  • Dave Douglas "Francis of Anthony" Devotion (Greenleaf) 1:04:11
  • Terkel Noergaard "Twelve (feat. Ralph Alessi)" With Ralph Alessi (We Jazz) 1:08:54
  • Michael Eaton "Juno" Dialogical (Destiny) 1:13:18
  • Host talks 1:23:41
  • Ilmiliekki Quartet "Land of Real Men" Land of Real Men (We Jazz) 1:25:48
  • Brian Krock "Knuckle Hair" Liddle (Outside in) 1:35:17
  • SPAZA "Ice Squinchies (Waiting for You)" Spaza (Mushroom Hour Half Hour) 1:40:44
  • Host talks 1:46:37
  • Hae Voces "Hurry Lady Hurry" Hurry Lady Hurry -Single (Self-released) 1:48:10
  • Typical Sisters "Portrait of a Fast Moving Object" Hungry Ghost (Outside in) 1:51:39
  • Rosa Brunello "Tituz Rock" Shuffle Mode (CAM) 1:55:23
  • Host talks 1:59:55
  • Tyler Blanton "Downcount" Sense of Place (Destiny) 2:02:11

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