New albums from Art Hirahara, Krzysia Górniak and Kate Amrine

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There are excellent newly released albums on this week's show from guitarist Krzysia Górniak and trumpeter Kate Amrine. I am also featuring the fantastic new release from pianist Art Hirahara and music from other projects by the artists involved with that album.

In between some archive cuts with classic jazz from across the years.


  • Art Hirahara "Like Water" from Balance Point (Posi-tone) 00:00
  • Melissa Aldana "El Castillo de Velenje" from Visions (Motéma Music) 09:07
  • Rudy Royston "Soul Train" from Flatbed Buggy (Greenleaf) 18:36
  • Joe Martin "Malida" from Étoilée (Sunnyside) 28:40
  • Kate Amrine "Skin (Version for Trumpet & Electronics)" from This Is My Letter to the World (Innova) 39:14
  • Krzysia Górniak "Strawberry Kisses" from Memories (Self Released) 45:37
  • Randy Weston "Con Alma" from African Nite (Enja) 52:31
  • Art Hirahara "Blessed Son, Mr Weston" from Balance Point (Posi-tone) 1:00:00
  • Dizzy Gillespie "Manteca Theme" from Afro (Verve) 1:05:32
  • Keith Jarrett, Jan Garbarek, Palle Danielsson, Jon Christensen "Solstice" from Belonging (ECM) 1:10:34
  • Krzysia Górniak "Sweet Almonds" from Memories (Self Released) 1:24:02
  • Kate Amrine "My Body, My Choice" from This Is My Letter to the World (Innova) 1:33:27
  • Something Blue "Vast" from Maximum Enjoyment (Posi-tone) 1:36:25
  • Art Hirahara "The Path of the Gods" from Balance Point (Posi-tone) 1:43:33
  • Krzysia Górniak "Cardamom Coffee" from Memories (Self Released) 1:49:54
  • Miles Davis "Seven Steps to Heaven" from Miles Davis at Newport: 1955-1975: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 4 (Columbia) 1:55:49

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