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Two rather contrasting recordings highlight this episode: Dan Weiss with his trio augmented by a second bassist and Rubberband, the once-shelved and now revived release from Miles Davis which was recorded after he had left Columbia. On Weiss' album, he displays the chops (often with heavy rock influences) that make him such a high-in-demand player, while Davis jumped into soul and R&B; he planned to use singers like Al Jarreau on the album but eventually the brass at Warner Brothers said "uh, no" to the music. And so are a lot of critics today.

Music from three younger players on the current Polish scene are featured as well: saxophonists Kuba Wiecek and his trio and Jerzy Maczynski plus a hard hitting trio KaMaSz led by guitarist Marek Kadziela. There's plenty more fine music in this episode of One Man's Jazz originally heard on taintradio.org, including some John Abercrombie from an earlier recording by French drummer Olivier Le Goas.


  • Miles Davis "Maze" from Rubberband (Rhino) 00:00
  • Host speaks 04:03
  • Miles Davis "Rubberband Of Life" from Rubberband (Rhino) 06:49
  • Andrew Munsey "Requite" from High Tide (Birdland) 12:33
  • Whit Dickey "Peace Planet" from Peace Planet -Box Of Light (AUM Fidelity) 19:35
  • Host speaks 29:36
  • Michael Eaton "I And Thou" from Dialogical (Destiny) 30:37
  • Simon Nabatov Trio "Slow Move" from Last Minute Theory (Clean Feed) 43:04
  • Hilliard Greene "Couldn't Hear Nobody Pray" from Spirituals (Unseen Rain) 50:45
  • Host speaks 53:35
  • Caroline Davis & Rob Clearfield "Miss Ann" from Anthems (Sunnyside) 54:40
  • Stephen Gauci & Cooper-Moore "Improvisation # 2" from Studio Sessions Vol. 1 (Gaucimusic) 58:27
  • Host speaks 1:06:06
  • KaMaSz "Misjo" from Eight Rocks From Grandma's Box (Multikulti Project) 1:07:09
  • KaMaSz "Grobracht" from Eight Rocks From Grandma's Box (Multikulti Project) 1:12:03
  • Jose Lencastre "Walk In The City" from Spirit In Spirit -Live At Zaal 100 (FMR) 1:16:56
  • Host speaks 1:21:38
  • Kuba Wiecek Trio "Sugarboost" from Multitasking (Polish Jazz) 1:22:42
  • Kuba Wiecek Trio "Eden" from Multitasking (Polish Jazz) 1:26:15
  • Cristiano Calcagnile "Cherry On" from Cherry On (Caligola) 1:32:43
  • Mat Maneri "Two Hymns" from Dust (Sunnyside) 1:40:38
  • Host speaks 1:46:56
  • Scott DuBois Quartet "Old Man On A Platform" from Banshee (Sunnyside) 1:48:33
  • Jerzy Maczynski "Big Kraska" from Jerry And The Pelican System (WM Poland) 1:57:50
  • Host speaks 2:04:43
  • Dan Weiss Trio Plus 1 "Bonham" from Utica Crib (Sunnyside) 2:07:00
  • Mirko Cisilino "Uno" from Effetto Carsico (Auand) 2:22:49
  • Earprint "Trump University" from Easy Listening (Endectomorph) 2:27:36
  • Host speaks 2:31:40
  • Olivier Le Goas "Free #1" from The Gravitations Sessions (Self-released) 2:33:11
  • Louis Moholo-Moholo "Something Gentle" from Four Blokes (Ogun) 2:40:30
  • Host speaks 2:5:30
  • Stefan Aeby "Misty" from Piano Solo (Intakt) 2:51:27

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