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New albums focus with Koo, Baron, Ramu, Lund and Cornelius

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This week a focus on five brand new albums from across the wide world of jazz including the exciting new release from Patrick Cornelius.

Playlist

  • Alex Koo, Mark Turner, Ralph Alessi "Ghost Parade" from Appleblueseagreen (Alex Koo) 00:00
  • Joey Baron, Bram De Looze, Robin Verheyen "Boo Boo's Birthday" from Mix Monk (Universal Music) 08:01
  • Kalya Ramu "Little One" from Living In A Dream (Kalya Ramu) 14:43
  • Lage Lund "Hard Eights" from Terrible Animals (Criss Cross) 18:26
  • Patrick Cornelius "Big Pictures" from This Should Be Fun (Posi-tone) 26:21
  • William Tatge Trio "Have You Seen Robert Boston?" from General Cargo (Brooklyn Jazz Underground) 33:25
  • Alex Koo, Mark Turner, Ralph Alessi "The Loan Wanderer" from Appleblueseagreen (Alex Koo) 41:10
  • Joey Baron, Bram de Looze, Robin Verheyen "The Flood" from Mix Monk (Universal Music) 48:43
  • Kalya Ramu "She Drinks Alone" from Living In A Dream (Kalya Ramu) 54:57
  • Lage Lund "Ray Ray" from Terrible Animals (Criss Cross) 1:00:57
  • Patrick Cornelius "Telescope" from This Should Be Fun (Posi-tone) 1:10:47
  • Spires That In Sunrise Rise "X stat twenty five" from House Ecstatic (Cover Your Blood) (Astral Spirits) 1:16:54
  • Joey Baron, Bram de Looze, Robin Verheyen "Bye Ya" from Mix Monk (Universal Music) 1:23:29
  • Alex Koo, Mark Turner, Ralph Alessi "Apples are Blue but the Sea Is Green" from Appleblueseagreen (Alex Koo) 1:26:37
  • Lage Lund "We Are There Yet" from Terrible Animals (Criss Cross) 1:33:16
  • Kalya Ramu "Living In A Dream" from Living In A Dream (Kalya Ramu) 1:39:04
  • William Tatge Trio "Sentinel" from General Cargo (Brooklyn Jazz Underground) 1:42:17
  • Patrick Cornelius "For Morgan" from This Should Be Fun (Posi-tone) 1:51:04

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