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Michael Sarian, Matias Formica, Pandelis Karayorgis & Bill Cole

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All hail the pure improvisers! This episode of OMJ features several great ones all at the top of their game: trumpeter Michael Sarian, Argentinean saxophonist Matías Formica, Matt Mitchell & Tim Berne, Kaja Draksler & Susana Santos Silva, Zoh Amba with a powerhouse group of friends, Boston pianist Pandelis Karayorgis, Chicago's Gracerooms, Southeast Asia's River People, plus the always intriguing sounds of Bill Cole's Untempered Ensemble. Buckle up!

Playlist

  • The Thing with Joe McPhee "The Thing" from She Knows (Crazy Wisdom) 00:00
  • Ken Vandermark & Freefall "Accidents With Ladders" from Live At Alchemia Club (Smalltown Superjazz) 08:50
  • Host speaks 13:37
  • Michael Sarian "The Pilgrim" from Living At The End Of The World (Ears&Eyes) 16:33
  • Forest Chorus "Fountains" from Forest Chorus (Orenda) 23:16
  • Michael Marcus "Zight Pulse" from Abstractions In Lime Caverns (ESP-Disk) 29:39
  • Host speaks 35:09
  • Tim Berne & Matt Mitchell "Rose Colored Missive" from One More Please (Intakt) 36:57
  • Billy Bang "Bien Hoa Blues" from Vietnam The Aftermath (Justin Time) 44:42
  • Host speaks 53:28
  • Jeff Denson "Moment In Time" from Finding Light (Ridgeway) 55:07
  • Whit Dickey Quartet "Doomsday Equation" from Roots Perspectives (Tau Forms) 1:02:48
  • Host speaks 1:12:12
  • Kaja Draksler & Susana Santos Silva "Moonrise" from Grow (Intakt) 1:13:05
  • First Gig Never Happened "Misterioso" from Mingus Without Bass, Monk Without Hat (Self—released) 1:20:32
  • River People "Cry Of Old Bamboo" from Sol Expression (FMR) 1:26:59
  • Host speaks 1:31:11
  • Pandelis Karayorgis "Entanglement" from Water Lilies (Driff) 1:32:29
  • Marcelo Lanouguere "Paradille Cromatico" from Especialistas En Revoluciones (Ears&Eyes) 1:40:32
  • Host speaks 1:45:26
  • Bill Cole's Untempered Ensemble "The Drum Sounding A Message In War... ." from Margaret And Katie (Self-released) 1:47:21
  • Papanosh "Canon-Snow Day" from Oh Yeah Ho! (Yellowbird) 2:00:13
  • Host speaks 2:08:35
  • Matias Formica Trio "No Importa" from Preambulo (Self-released) 2:09:42
  • Tonino Miani "20 Fingers In A Pond" from Human Pieces (Leo) 2:17:23
  • Artur Malecki & The Creature "Wiosna 21" from Widocki (FSR) 2:23:42
  • Host speaks 2:29:07
  • Zoh Amba, Chad Fowler, William Parker "Broken Language" from Alien Skin (Mahakala Music) 2:30:56
  • Papapnosh "Gibril The Clown" from Oh Yeah Ho! (Yellowbird) 2:39:00
  • Thumbscrew "I'm A Senator" from Multi-Colored Midnight (Cuneiform) 2:45:19
  • Rooms Trio "Epoch" from Sit Down (Self-released) 2:49:55
  • Host speaks 2:55:14
  • Michael Sarian "Regarding Kobe" from Living At The End Of The World (Ears&Eyes) 2:57:03

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