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Moon Hooch, Matt Ulery, Cochemea and More New Releases

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Second part of our exploration of new releases [for the first part, click here]. In this segment we focus heavily on powerful saxophone players like Cochemea Gastelum, Tenor Triage's Michael Eaton, Sean Sonderegger and James Brandon Lewis, Ghost Horse's Dan Kinzelman, Moon Hooch's Mike Wilbur and Wenzl McGowen, Charles Owens, Hearing Thing's Matt Bauder, the Crosscurrent Trio's Chris Potter and Greg Ward (from yet another Matt Ulery gem recording. We then close off with the enchanting rendition "Midnight Sun" by Chris Tordini with the magical voice of Becca Stevens.

Happy listening!

  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Cochemea "Mitote" All My Relations (Daptone) 0:16
  • Host talks 3:46
  • Tenor Triage "The Fifth" Tenor Triage (Ropeadope) 5:11
  • Ghost Horse "Hydraulic Empire" Trojan (Auand) 14:18
  • Host talks 21:51
  • Moon Hooch "Candlelight" Candlelight [Single] (Self-released) 22:58
  • Charles Owens Trio "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen" Three and Thirteen (Ropeadope) 27:06
  • Hearing Things "Triple Step" Here's Hearing Things (Yeggs) 32:56
  • Host talks 37:27
  • Crosscurrents Trio (Dave Holland, Zakir Hussain, Chris Potter) "Lucky Seven" Good Hope (Edition) 40:08
  • Matt Ulery, Greg Ward, Zach Brock, Rob Clearfield, Quin Kirchner "October" Delicate Charms (Woolgathering) 50:43
  • Host talks 58:06
  • Chris Tordini "Midnight Sun" Midnight Sun (Self-released) 1:00:51

Photo credit (Moon Hooch): Jeffrey Gracik

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