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New Music from William Parker and Whit Dickey

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Great music from the Aum Fidelity label with new albums from William Parker and Whit Dickey together with a selection of other recent releases and some classic "Bird."

Playlist

  • William Parker in Order to Survive "Eternal Is the Voice of Love II" from Live/Shapeshifter (Aum Fidelity) 00:00
  • Whit Dickey Tao Quartets "Peace Planet" from Peace Planet & Box of Light (Aum Fidelity) 08:56
  • Warren Galea "Chrysanthemums" from The Odyssey (Vento Azul) 19:30
  • Stephan Crump, Ingrid Laubrock, Cory Smythe "Fluvium" from Channels (Intakt Records) 25:23
  • Rorschach "1" from Rorschach (El Negocito Records) 40:44
  • Torbjorn Zetterberg "Blodspredikan" from Orakel (Moserobie Music Production) 46:29
  • Trevor Watts, Stephen Grew "Let It Be" from Let it Be, Live In Liverpool (Fundacja Sluchaj) 53:21
  • Rodrigo Amado, Chris Corsano "Don't Take It Too Bad" from No Place To Fall (Astral Spirits) 59:42
  • Thomas Hass Quartet "Moco Mystery" from West (Storyville) 1:08:13
  • Robert Landfermann "Alkmene" from Topaz (Klaeng Records) 1:16:09
  • The Fictive Five "A Fictive Form of Closure" from Anything is Possible (Clean Feed) 1:25:45
  • Whit Dickey Tao Quartets "Box of Light" from Peace Planet & Box of Light (Aum Fidelity) 1:32:49
  • William Parker in Order to Survive "Newark (for Grachan Moncur III)" from Live/Shapeshifter (Aum Fidelity) 1:45:40
  • Charlie Parker "Hot House" from Bird at 52nd Street (Original Jazz Classics) 1:57:25

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