Michael Thomas, Joshua Redman, Marie Kruttli, Brad Mehldau and More New Releases

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It has been more or less a month since our last episode devoted to new and upcoming releases, so it's time to catch up as so much great music has been coming out, some of it to raise funds for worthy causes. So sit back, put your headphones on and enjoy the latest by Joshua Redman, Brad Mehldau, Michael Thomas, Marie Kruttli, Pericopes+1, Ernesto Cervini and more.

Happy listening!

  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Joshua Redman, Brad Mehldau, Christian McBride, Brian Blade "Right Back Around Again" Round Again (Nonesuch) 0:16
  • Host talks 6:13
  • Ernesto Cervini "Summit Song" Tetrahedron (Anzic) 8:40
  • Host talks 13:38
  • Michael Thomas "Dr. Teeth" Event Horizon (Giant Step Arts) 15:20
  • Pericopes+1 "Martyrlied" Up (Losen) 24:29
  • Host talks 32:00
  • Brad Mehldau "X. in the kitchen" Suite: April 2020 (Nonesuch) 34:10
  • Sebastien Ammann's Color Wheel "Castello di Traliccio" Resilience (Skirl) 37:04
  • Marie Kruttli Trio "Poppy Seed" The Kind of Happy One (QFTF) 41:04
  • Host talks 45:01
  • Jonathan Barber "Son of Hartford" Legacy Holder (Self-released) 46:44
  • Aubrey Johnson "The Peacocks" Unraveled (Outside In) 51:49
  • Host talks 55:51
  • Esperanza Spalding, Fred Hersch "Dream of Monk" Live at the Village Vanguard (Self-released) 56:36
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