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Minimalist Jazz & An Interview With Caroline Davis

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Jazz and minimalism? An interesting combination that produces fascinating and hypnotic results which we will delve into in this episode of Mondo Jazz.

We also interview saxophonist Caroline Davis about her latest album, Heart Tonic, plus a loungy tribute to Cecil Taylor, and a preview of live performances by Patrick Zimmerli and Derek Gripper.

And, of course, more new releases!

Playlist
  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)"
  • Dead Combo "Deus me de grana" from Odeon Hotel (Sony) 0:15
  • Host talk 3:57
  • Brad Jones "With (Exit)" from Avant Lounge (Ropeadope) 7:00
  • Phil Ranelin "Vibes from the Tribe" from Vibes from the Tribe (Hefty) 15:06
  • Jenny Scheinman "The Lucky Hum" from Shalagaster (Tzadik) 18:48
  • Nik Bärtsch's Ronin "Modul 34" from Awase (ECM) 23:36
  • Host talk 32:20
  • The Necks "The Sleep of Champions" from The Boys (RER Megacorp) 35:36
  • Horace Silver "Que Pasa (Trio Version)" from Song for My Father (Blue Note) 42:01
  • Patrick Zimmerli "Windup" from Clockworks (Songlines) 48:04
  • Host talk 54:41
  • Neil Cowley Trio "Lament" from The Face of Mount Molehill (HideInside) 56:28
  • Shake Stew "How We See Things (feat. Shabaka Hutchings)" from Rise and Rise Again (Traumton) 56:31
  • Derek Gripper "Jarabi (Passion)" from One Night (Earth: Music from the Strings of Mali (New Cape) 1:07:01
  • Host talk 1:13:36
  • Derek Gripper "Duga" from Libraries (Fire (New Cape) 1:15:18
  • Caroline Davis "Air" from Heart Tonic (Sunnyside) 1:19:14
  • Interview with Caroline Davis 1:27:39
  • Caroline Davis "Ocean Motion" from Heart Tonic (Sunnyside) 1:36:39
  • Interview with Caroline Davis 1:44:23
  • Caroline Davis "Fortune" from Heart Tonic (Sunnyside) 1:49:23

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