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Iggy Pop, Maya Dunietz, Circles 44, Three Layer Cake & More New Releases

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A Hammond Organ spotlight opens the show, courtesy of the WRD Trio, the Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio and the James Taylor Quartet. Its groove then gives way to the contemporary sounds of Mark Lettieri and Taylor Eigsti's latest collaboration with Gretchen Parlato and Becca Stevens, the splendid new albums of Israeli pianist Maya Dunietz and bassist Almog Sharvit; the jazz forays of the Stooges' Iggy Pop (with Dr. Lonnie Smith) and Mike Watt (with Three Layer Cake); the return of trumpet maverick Jaimie Branch with a live album, and two adventurous Italian projects, Circles 44 and Koine Sound Collective; and a second taste from the impressive debut album by guitarist Zane Carney.

Happy listening!

Playlist

  • Ben Allison Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • WRD Trio "Happy Hour" Hit (Color Red) 0:16
  • Host talks 2:00
  • James Taylor Quartet "Lulu" Wait a Minute (Polydor) 3:22
  • Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio "Cold as Weiss" Jimmy's Groove -Single (Colemine) 5:40
  • Host talks 8:20
  • Mark Lettieri "Magnetar" Deep: The Baritone Sessions, Vol. 2 (Leopard) 10:41
  • Taylor Eigsti "Play With Me" Play With Me (feat. Gretchen Parlato) -Single 15:41
  • Maya Dunietz "Opus 1" Free the Dolphin -EP (Raw Tapes) 18:44
  • Jaimie Branch "theme 001 (Live)" Fly or Die Live (International Anthem) 24:52
  • Host talks 29:32
  • Zane Carney Quartet "Brain Freeze" Alter Ego (Orenda) 31:07
  • Circles 44 "Funk Dress" Cratere (Aut) 34:53
  • Almog Sharvit "Mx. Bean" Get Up or Cry (Unit) 40:55
  • Host talks 47:21
  • Three-Layer Cake "Luminous Range -Anxious Valve" Stove Top (RareNoise) 48:33
  • Dr. Lonnie Smith, Iggy Pop "Sunshine Superman" Breathe (Blue Note) 54:18
  • Host talks 1:01:25
  • Koine Sound Collective "Vacuum Aurora" Landings & Departures (Koine Sound Collective) 1:01:56

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