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New Blue Notes And More

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Four new albums from the legendary Blue Note label dominate this edition of the show. There are also two new releases from the Smoke Sessions label as well as the pick of the best new releases. Featuring Charles Lloyd, Brian Bromberg, Melissa Aldana, Ivo Perelman & Matthew Shipp, Ron Miles, TAC, Bill Frisell, Mark Kelso's Mystic Isle Project. Charles McPherson, Raagaverse, One for All ft. George Coleman, Billy Childs & Temple University Studio Orchestra, Yelena Eckemoff, Emiliano Lasansky, and, Gabriel Genest.


  • Intro 00:00
  • Charles Lloyd "Defiant Tender Warrior" from Sky Will Still Be There Tomorrow (Blue Note) 00:23
  • Brian Bromberg "Waltz For Debby" from La Faro (Be Squared Productions) 04:31
  • Melissa Aldana "The Solitary Seeker" from Echoes Of The Inner Prophet (Blue Note) 10:58
  • Ivo Perelman & Matthew Shipp Duo "Lustihood" from Magical Incantation (Soul City Sounds) 16:57
  • Ron Miles "Queen Bee" from Old Main Chapel (Blue Note) 22:18
  • TAC "Improv" from Monte dos Marmeleiros (Robalo) 34:47
  • Bill Frisell "Richter 858, No.7 (Featuring The Brussels Philharmonic)" from Orchestras (Blue Note) 41:48
  • Mark Kelso's Mystic Isle Project "Giant's Causeway" from The Antrim Coast (Modia Music) 48:47
  • Charles McPherson "Surge" from Reverence (Smoke Sessions) 56:57
  • Raagaverse "Saajan" from Jaya (Rhea Records) 1:03:14
  • One For All ft. George Coleman "Oscar Winner" from Big George (Smoke Sessions) 1:09:17
  • Billy Childs, Temple University Studio Orchestra "Rainforests" from Labyrinth (BCM+D Records) 1:17:52
  • Yelena Eckemoff "Romance of the Moon" from Romance of the Moon (L and H Production) 1:36:04
  • Emiliano Lasansky "Motionless" from The Optimist (Outside In) 1:45:02
  • Gabriel Genest "Sur Le Fil" from As It Is (ODD SOUND) 1:52:43

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