New releases and a special focus on albums from Dease and Giancola

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New music all the way with two featured albums from Michael Dease and Trevor Giancola... and some great new releases from the Caligola Records label.


  • Michael Dease "Mirror Image" from Never More Here (Posi-tone) 00:00
  • Trevor Giancola "Report Card" from Sonnet 18 (TQM Recording Co) 07:41
  • Ben Wolfe "Blind Seven" from Fatherhood (Resident Arts) 15:58
  • Billy Mohler "Deconstruction" from Focus! (Make Records) 19:55
  • Claudio Cojaniz, Franco Feruglio "Insomnia" from Blue Question (Caligola Records) 24:50
  • Michael Dease "Blue Jay" from Never More Here (Posi-tone) 32:53
  • Trevor Giancola "Sonnet 18" from Sonnet 18 (TQM Recording Co) 40:48
  • Federica Colangelo quartet IT BG Acquaphonica "Spigolo" from Endless Tail (Folderol) 47:53
  • Charlie Parker "If I Should Lose You" from Unheard Bird: The Unissued Takes (Verve) 57:14
  • George Garzone, Peter Erskine, Alan Pasqua, Darek Oles "Sky Shines on an August Sunday" from 3 Nights In L.A. (Fuzzy Music) 1:00:14
  • Michele Calgaro "Letters to Evans" from Full Score (Caligola Records) 1:08:09
  • Mirco Mariottini, Stefano Battaglia "Improvisation VIII (Dedicated to Krzysztof Komeda) from Music for Clarinets and Piano (Caligola Records) 1:15:36
  • Phicus + Martin Kuchen "Pantanal" from Sumpflegende (Fundacja Sluchaj!) 1:22:04
  • Pureum Jin "Fireflies" from The Real Blue (Cellar Live) 1:27:36
  • Andy LaVerne "Shangri-La" from Shangri-La (SteepleChase) 1:35:38
  • Mareike Wiening "Free Time" from Metropolis Paradise (Greenleaf) 1:43:19
  • Trevor Giancola "Laura's Laura" from Sonnet 18 (TQM Recording Co) 1:48:57
  • Michael Dease "For Hofsa " from Never More Here (Posi-tone) 1:54:07

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