New Music from Ivo Perelman

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Ivo Perelman sent me three new albums. When I saw the musicians involved it reminded me of some other great releases featuring those people. I had a search in the archive and pulled together some music to compliment the new releases from Perelman. There's also two great new albums—one from Samo Salamon & Friends, and the other from the Tani Tabbal Trio. The show concludes with some stunning music from Frank Gratkowski, Achim Kaufmann, Wilbert de Joode, and Tony Buck.


  • Ivo Perelman, Pascal Marzan "Bees And Squirrels In The Garden/Two Bees At My Window" from Dust of Light/Ears Drawing Sounds (Setola di Maiale/Ibeji) 00:00
  • Samo Salamon & Friends "Miss Sarcasm (feat. Alex Machacek)" from Almost Alone Vol.1 (Samo Records) 09:21
  • Tani Tabbal Trio "Now Then" from Now Then (Tao Forms) 14:19
  • Gordon Grdina's The Marrow "Boubacar" from Ejdeha (Songlines Recordings) 22:36
  • Matthew Shipp, Mark Helias, Gordon Grdina "The Distance" from Skin and Bones (Not Two Records) 30:08
  • Samo Salamon & Friends "Crooswijk (feat. Cenk Erdogan)" from Almost Alone Vol.1 (Samo Records) 44:09
  • Tani Tabbal Trio "Just Woke Up" from Now Then (Tao Forms) 50:29
  • Ivo Perelman, Gordon Grdina, Hamin Honari "Light Upon Light" from The Purity of Desire (Not Two Records) 1:00:00
  • Joe Morris, Ben Hall, Andria Nicodemou "Raven III" from Raven (Catalytic Sound) 1:09:57
  • Samo Salamon & Friends "Nightmare (feat. Rafal Sarnecki)" from Almost Alone Vol.1 (Samo Records) 1:22:05
  • Tani Tabbal Trio "Oh See OC Revisited" from Now Then (Tao Forms) 1:29:01
  • Ivo Perelman, Joe Morris, Matthew Shipp "Religious Ecstasy" from Shamanism (Mahakala Music) 1:38:58
  • Frank Gratkowski, Achim Kaufmann, Wilber de Joode, Tony Buck "Biomes" from Flatbosc & Cautery (NoBusiness Records) 1:49:52

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