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Time for a traditional mixed-bag podcast ranging over the decades and through musical styles, though 2001 gets special treatment for whatever reason. Artists range from an Ornette Coleman-esque quartet from the sixties to an uplifting piano trio from right now, with an outward questing pianist and trumpeter in the middle of the sandwich. Pop matters dwells on some recent vinyl re-issues of old skool alternative rock classics and—good lord—is that some Thin Lizzy in there?


  • Discussion of Bobby Bradford's album Flight for Four (Flying Dutchman) 3:45
  • Discussion of Irene Schweizer's album Chicago Piano Solo (Blue Note) 23:45
  • Discussion of Dave Douglas' album Witness (RCA) 35:10
  • Discussion of Philippe Lemm's album First Steps (Outside in Music) 52:30
  • Pop Matters 1:07:00

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