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Mirna Bogdanović, Pino Palladino, Chris Pattishall, Miguel Zenón & New Releases

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The future of the jazz is in good hands as you'll hear from the emerging artists featured on this show, ranging in style from Chris Pattishall's stunning modern take on Mary Lou Williams' "Zodiac Suite" to the eclectic first album by Slovenian singer Mirna Bogdanovic. Bass veteran Pino Palladino has a different 'first': his debut album on Impulse! where he's joined by Blake Mills, Larry Goldings, Sam Gendel, Marcus Strickland, Jacques Schwarz-Bart and Chris Dave.

Happy listening!

Playlist

  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Chris McCarthy "Valedictorian Driver" Still Time to Quit (Ropeadope) 0:16
  • Host talks 7:36
  • Max Bessesen "Mayhem" Trouble (Ropeadope) 8:58
  • Host talks 15:35
  • Chris Pattishall "Taurus" Zodiac (DK2) 17:52
  • Cowboys & Frenchmen "Alice in Promiseland" Our Highway (Outside In) 22:25
  • Dave Gisler Trio "Better Don't Fuck with the Drunken Sailor" Zurich Concert (Intakt) 27:38
  • Host talks 33:25
  • Randal Despommier "Brother Nature" Dio c'è (Outside In) 36:27
  • Pino Palladino, Blake Mills "Just Wrong" Notes with Attachments (Impulse!) 41:43
  • Mirna Bogdanović "Changes" Confrontation (Klaeng) 46:25
  • R+R=NOW "Change of Tone" Live (Blue Note) 52:33
  • Host talks 1:02:05
  • Miguel Zenon, Luis Perdomo "Que Te Pedí" El arte del bolero (Miel) 1:03:11
Photo credit: Dovile Sermokas

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