New Jazz from Canada

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Exciting new Jazz from Canada from TuneTown and Dan Pitt trio plus a selection of other new and recent releases including the long awaited Rubberband album from Miles Davis.


  • TuneTown "A Transient Space" from There From Here (Slammin' Media) 00:00
  • Dan Pitt Trio "Balmoral" from Fundamentally Flawed (Dan Pitt) 10:00
  • Lisbon String Trio & Rodrigo Pinheiro "1" from Rhetorica (Creative Sources) 17:13
  • The OGJB Quartet "Bamoko" from Bamoko (Tum Records) 26:56
  • Surefire Sweat"A Tale Off Two Times" from Surefire Sweat (Surefire Sweat) 33:46
  • Dan Pitt Trio "January Blues" from Fundamentally Flawed (Dan Pitt) 41:20
  • Corey Mwamba, Andy Champion, Laura Cole, Johnny Hunter "Against All Known Things" from NTH (Discus Music) 46:58
  • Miles Davis "Maze" from Rubberband (Warner Brothers) 55:44
  • TuneTown "Split Infinity" from There from Here (Slammin' Media) 1:00:17
  • Jose Lencastre, Raoul van der Weide , Onno Govaert "A Call For Healing" from Spirit in Spirit, Live at Zaal 100 (FMR) 1:06:46
  • Corey Mwamba, Andy Champion, Laura Cole, Johnny Hunter "Over Leagues" from NTH (Discus Music) 1:14:05
  • Kasper Tranberg and HIROSHI MINAMI Quartet "Empire State Red Building" from Warsaw Wow (Airplane) 1:25:22
  • Val Gardena "Across The Divide" from Across the Divide (Val Gardena Music) 1:39:17
  • Dan Pitt Trio "Overdewitt" from Fundamentally Flawed (Dan Pitt) 1:43:44
  • TuneTown "The Monks of Oka" from There from Here (Slammin' Media) 1:49:58
  • Miles Davis "This Is It" from Rubberband (Warner Brothers) 1:55:22

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