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Melanie Charles, Leo Sidran, Irène Schweizer, Ofentse Moses Sebula & Other New Releases

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Leo Sidran and Kat Edmonson's latest single introduce the Art of Conversation in jazz. Irene Schweizer & Hamid Drake, and Javier Santiago & Melanie Charles continue it as a dialogue; Keith Brown and Garage a Trois as a trialougue; Dina Ramirez, Roberto Negro, Erik Fratzke as a quadralogue; Jacques Schwarz-Bart, Makram Aboul Hosn, Ofentse Moses Sebula and Little Rosies Kindergarten as a much larger exchange. But, in all cases, it's the result of deep listening and openness that gives rise to memorable music.

Happy listening!

Playlist

  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Leo Sidran "The Art of Conversation (feat. Kat Edmonson)" The Art of Conversation (Nardis/Bonsai) 0:16
  • Host talks 4:41
  • Irène Schweizer, Hamid Drake "Song for Johnny -In memory of Johnny Dyani" Celebration (Intakt) 6:39
  • Host talks 11:04
  • Keith Brown Trio "Just You, Just Me" African Ripples (Space Time) 11:53
  • Javier Santiago, Melanie Charles "Remember Me" Remember Me -Single (Independent) 16:43
  • Little Rosies Kindergarten "Urban Gardening" Jeder gegen Jeden (Listen Closely) 18:52
  • Host talks 24:47
  • Jacques Schwarz-Bart "Pa gadé" Sone Ka-La 2 -Odissey (Enja) 26:54
  • Makram Aboul Hosn "Modjadji" Transmigration (Self-released) 33:30
  • Ofentse Moses Sebula "Optimum Liberation" H.O.P.E (Holding on to Positive Expectations) (Wolmer Records) 38:28
  • Host talks 45:14
  • Dina Ramirez "Kiosco" Tres Caras (Self-released) 46:37
  • Roberto Negro "Apotheke" Papier ciseau (Label Bleu) 49:55
  • Erik Fratzke's Fake Accent "City Science" Four Serious Allegations (Skirl) 52:50
  • Host talks 1:01:19
  • Garage a Trois "In-A-Pro-Pro" Calm Down Cologne (Royal Potato Family) 1:03:44

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