Mick Rossi, Le Rex, & Emile Parisien

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Creativity must be recognized, particularly the kind endures. The AACM (Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians) continues this day, just as it did over 50 years ago, inspiring, pushing forward, and setting the standard for creative music. Only the players change. The premier performing group of the AACM today is the AACM Great Black Music Ensemble, and it's a joy to hear the music on their new recording Live At The Currency Exchange Vol. 1..

Also in this episode you'll hear the Emile Parisien Quartet, Mick Rossi, Le Rex from Switzerland and music from two important independent free jazz labels: Relative Pitch and Iluso. As is the norm on One Man's Jazz, there's much, much more over the course of three hours of great music.


  • Emile Parisien Quartet "Hashtag 1" from Double Screening (Act Music) 00:00
  • Emile Parisien Quartet " Hashtag 2" from Double Screening (Act Music) 2:17
  • Club d'Elf "Ecstatic Cling" from Night Sparkles (Self-released) 6:22
  • Mick Rossi "Solfegietto" from Songs From The Broken Land (Orange Mountain Music) 15:48
  • Federico Ughi "Quando Andiamo" from Transoceanico (577 Records) 25:32
  • Benjamin Vergara, Keefe Jackson, Jim Baker & Phil Sudderberg "The Halloween Plant" from The Hallowed Plant (Relative Pitch) 31:39
  • Ann Dyer & The Good Time Fairies}} "Tomorrow Never Knows" from Revolver..A New Spin (Premonition) 38:56
  • Ann Dyer & The Good Time Fairies "I'm Only Sleeping" from Revolver..A New Spin (Premonition) 46:49
  • Host Speaks 50:43
  • Emile Parisien Quartet "Hashtag 3" from Double Screening (Act Music) 52:56
  • Emile Parisien Quartet "Hashtag 4" from Double Screening (Act Music) 57:04
  • Host speaks 59:49
  • Le Rex "Escape Of The Fire Ants" from Escape Of The Fire Ants (Cuneiform) 1:01:22
  • Le Rex "One Must Imagine Sisyphus Happy" from Escape Of The Fire Ants (Cuneiform) 1:09:40
  • New York Free Quartet "Shaku Yaqui" from Dream Time (4th Stream) 1:15:50
  • Host speaks 1:22:13
  • New York Free Quartet "On Their Shoulders" from In Between Gigs, Can You Dig? (4th Stream) 1:23:04
  • Guillermo Gregorio & Brandon Lopez "Episode 11" from 12 Episodes (Relative Pitch) 1:36:15
  • Casper Nyvang Rask "Marzahn" from Slow Evolution Ensemble (Gotta Get It Out) 1:43:03
  • Host speaks 1:47:09
  • Sam Newsome, Álvaro Domene & Mike Caratti "The Wanderer" from Live At Singularity Music Series 1 (Iluso) 1:49:04
  • AACM Great Black Music Ensemble}} "East" from Live At The Currency Exchange Café Vol 1 (Self-released)1:58:35
  • Host speaks 2:03:07
  • AACM Great Black Music Ensemble = 117873 "Way Out East" from Live At The Currency Exchange Café Vol 1 (Self-released) 2:05:21
  • Muriel Grossmann Quartet "Core" from Golden Rule (Dreamland) 2:14:27
  • Host speaks 2:25:44
  • Jeff Williams "Scrunge -Search Me" from Bloom (Whirlwind) 2:27:03
  • Trapper Keaper "Leaky Faucet" from Meets Tim Berne & Aurora Nealand (Ears&Eyes) 2:33:24
  • Orquestra Quasar "Quasar 20" from Quasars 02 Aug 2018 (Self-released) 2:37:49
  • Mick Rossi "Dog Smiles" from Songs From The Broken Land (Orange Mountain Music) 2:42:34
  • Host speaks 2:43:55
  • David Liebman, Adam Rudolph & Hamid Drake "Flux" from Chi (RareNoise) 2:44:50

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