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New Music From Ravita, Perelman And More


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On this show all new music from Phil Ravita Jazz plus two new releases from Ivo Perelman, one with James Emery and the other with Aruán Ortiz & Lester St. Louis. In addition there are new albums from Paula Sanchez & Mariana Carvalho, Hernan Hecht & Rick Parker, Stefano Falcone, Clifford Jordan, Noshir Mody, the Kevin O'Connell Quartet featuring Adam Brenner, Illegal Crowns (Tomas Fujiwara, Mary Halvorson, Taylor Ho Bynum & Benoit Delbecq), Transatlantic Five (Nate Wooley, Ken Vandermark, Christopher Dell, Christian Ramond & Klaus Kugel), Dhaivat Jani PLUS, and, Roni Ben-Hur. There's also a recent release from the Ray Warleigh Quartet.


  • Show Intro 00:00
  • Ravita Jazz "Sisters" from Oriana (Ravita Music) 02:17
  • Ivo Perelman, James Emery "Four" from The Whisperers (Mahalaka Music) 09:48
  • Ivo Perelman, Aruan Ortiz, Lester St. Louis "Two" from Prophecy (Mahalaka Music) 16:13
  • Paula Sanchez, Mariana Carvalho "VI" from Rasgo (Numeral) 33:53
  • Parker Hecht "Low Pasa" from When It Stares You In The Face (ears&eyes) 38:26
  • Stefano Falcone "Montado" from Obras (Workin' Label) 43:28
  • Clifford Jordan "Talkin' Blues (Instrumental)" from Drink Plenty Water (Harvest Song Records) 50:31
  • Noshir Mody "Mystic" from A Love Song (Self Produced) 1:03:02
  • Kevin O'Connell Quartet featuring Adam Brenner "Playa Culebrita" from Hot New York Minutes (Ignoramus Music, Inc.) 1:12:36
  • Illegal Crowns "Crooked Frame" from Unclosing (Out Of Your Head Music) 1:20:44
  • Transatlantic Five "Transition IV" from Transitions (NEMU) 1:28:11
  • Dhaivat Jani PLUS "Day 21" from Sum//Parts (Self Released) 1:38:29
  • Roni Ben-Hur "To Dizzy With Love" from Love Letters (Mighty Quinn Records) 1:44:32
  • The Ray Warleigh Quartet "Crotales" from Time's Gone By (Jazz In Britain) 1:51:12




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Ravita Jazz
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Harve de Grace, MD
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Marx Cafe
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