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New albums from Ernesto Jodos, Dan Weiss, and Manteca

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This week we feature great new albums from Ernesto Jodos, Dan Weiss with his Starebaby band, and Manteca. I am also continuing my look at recent releases by Ken Stubbs as well as featuring cutting edge music from Tim Berne's Snakeoil, the trio of Jeff Kimmel, Ishmael Ali, with Bill Harris, and the Dave Rempis Percussion Quartet.

Playlist

  • Ernesto Jodos "Out of Nowhere" from Earlier Trips (ears&eyes) 00:00
  • Dan Weiss "Dawn" from Natural Selection (Pi) 06:40
  • Manteca "Meanwhile Tomorrow" from The Twelfth of Never (Pheromone) 13:07
  • Ken Stubbs Big Hush "Bridge Call" from I Us (Cherry K) 18:30
  • Jeff Kimmel, Ishmael Ali, Bill Harris "Focus on Vanity" from A Pound of Salt (Orbit577) 26:27
  • Tim Berne's Snakeoil "Scanners" from The Deceptive 4 (Intakt) 31:43
  • Ernesto Jodos "Gaby's Tune" from Earlier Trips (ears&eyes) 38:47
  • Manteca "Purple Theory" from The Twelfth of Never (Pheromone) 47:05
  • Ken Stubbs Big Hush "My One and Only Love" from I Us (Cherry K) 52:27
  • Jeff Kimmel, Ishmael Ali, Bill Harris "A Pound of Salt" from A Pound of Salt (Orbit577) 1:00:00
  • Mario Romano "Via Romano" from The Journey So Far (Self Released) 1:08:59
  • Ernesto Jodos "Su Liquidez" from Earlier Trips (ears&eyes) 1:13:49
  • Manteca "Five Alive" from The Twelfth of Never (Pheromone) 1:21:18
  • Ken Stubbs Big Hush "Upper Manhattan Medical Group (UUMG)" from I Us (Cherry K) 1:26:21
  • Dan Weiss "A Taste of Memory" from Natural Selection (Pi Records) 1:35:17
  • Rempis Percussion Quartet "Clock Ticks" from The Long Haul (Aerophonic Records) 1:49:48

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