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New music from Becoming Quintet, Dave Scott, and More

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Three exciting new albums are featured in this week's program. The debut from excellent new Posi-tone label band Becoming Quintet, Trumpeter Dave Scott's fifth SteepleChase release leading his Violin Band, and remarkable guitar playing from Italian Jacopo Delfini. In between some archive cuts and other new releases.

Playlist

  • Becoming Quintet "One Track Mind" from One Track Mind (Posi-tone) 00:00
  • Dave Scott "Ludwig" from In Search of Hipness (SteepleChase) 06:48
  • Jacopo Delfini "Too many cats around" from Sleeping Beauty (Self Released) 10:52
  • Adam Hopkins "Mudball" from Crickets (Out Of Your Head Records) 13:42
  • Carol Sudhalter "On a Misty Night" from Live at St Peters (Alfa Projects) 24:16
  • Bruce Barth "Tuesday's Blues" from Daybreak (Savant) 32:38
  • Becoming Quintet "Twisting & Turning" from One Track Mind (Posi-tone) 39:24
  • Dave Scott "Cognitive Dissonance" from In Search of Hipness (SteepleChase) 43:28
  • Jacopo Delfini "I'll Never Smile Without Her" from Sleeping Beauty (Self Released) 56:45
  • Dave Rempis, Brandon Lopez, Ryan Packard "Crypto Vo Lans" from The Early Bird Gets (Aerophonic) 1:00:04
  • Dave Rempis, Tomeka Reid, Joshua Abrams "Chorissa" from Ithra (Aerophonic) 1:06:43
  • Ibrahim Maalouf "Questions & Answers" from Wind (Mi'ster Productions) 1:16:11
  • Larry Ochs, Nels Cline, Gerald Cleaver "A Pause, A Rose" from What Is to Be Done (Clean Feed) 1:21:28
  • Robert Landfermann "Lullaby" from Brief (Pirouet Records) 1:27:15
  • The Angle "Doctor Faustroll Ad Parnassum" from Wrecks (Alessio Brocca) 1:34:53
  • Becoming Quintet "That Uncle G Thang" from One Track Mind (Posi-tone) 1:43:00
  • Dave Scott "Black Hole" from In Search of Hipness (SteepleChase) 1:48:17
  • Jacopo Delfini "Nuages" from Sleeping Beauty (Self Released) 1:57:08

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