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New Releases By Sarah Hanahan, Jihee Heo, Olivia Foschi, Marianne Solivan, Mariah Parker, Lisa Rich & More

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This broadcast includes new releases from Sarah Hanahan, Jihee Heo, Olivia Foschi, Marianne Solivan, Mariah Parker and Lisa Rich, with birthday shoutouts to Jaimie Branch, Tamuz Nissam, Sasha Berliner, John Proulx, Irina Zubareva, Lolly Allen, Aubrey Johnson and Allison Adams Tucker, among others. Happy listening and please support the artists you hear by seeing them live and online. Purchase their music so they can continue to distract, comfort, provoke and inspire.


  • Sarah Hanahan "We Bop!" from Among Giants (Blue Engine Records) 00:00
  • Louis Armstrong "Summer Song" from This Is Jazz, Vol. 23: Louis Armstrong Sings (Legacy ) 06:55
  • Tamuz Nissim "On The Sunny Side Of The Street" from Capturing Clouds (Street of Stars) 10:07
  • Host speaks 15:34
  • Jihee Heo "New Yorker Step" from Flow (Origin) 17:07
  • Andy Bey "Tuesdays In Chinatown" from Tuesdays In Chinatown (Minor Music) 21:29
  • Host speaks 28:17
  • Jaimie Branch "Simple Silver Surfer" from Fly or Die II: Bird Dogs of Paradise (International Anthem) 29:11
  • Olivia Foschi "Pieces of Central Park" from A Window Within (Self Released) 34:49
  • Chelsea McBride's Socialist Night School "In Dreams" from The Twilight Fall (Self Released) 38:59
  • Host speaks 44:19
  • Kerry Politzer "Persistent Memory" from Ruminations (PJCE Records) 45:40
  • Marianne Solivan "I Burn For You (Fire Waltz)" from Re-Entry (Mighty Quinn Records) 49:28
  • Host speaks 54:32
  • Sasha Berliner "Ephemerality" from Onyx (Outside In) 55:24
  • Geri Allen & The Mary Lou Williams Collective "Gemini" from Zodiac Suite Revisited (Mary Records) 1:00:00
  • John Proulx "What A Difference A Day Makes" from Moon and Sand (MaxJazz) 1:05:02
  • Irina Zubareva "Olena" from Soul Mystery (Self Released) 1:08:40
  • Host speaks 1:12:57
  • Lolly Allen "Coming Home" from Coming Home (OA2 Records) 1:14:07
  • Aubrey Johnson & Randy Ingram "Conversation" from Play Favorites (Sunnyside) 1:20:06
  • Kurt Elling & Charlie Hunter "Black Crow" from SuperBlue: The Iridescent Spree (Edition Records) 1:24:25
  • Host speaks 1:27:57
  • Mariah Parker "True North" from Windows Through Time (Ancient Future Records) 1:29:07
  • Geoffrey Keezer Trio feat. Gillian Margot "You Stay With Me" from On My Way To You (MarKeez Records) 1:34:12
  • Allison Adams Tucker "Time After Time" from Retro Trilogy (Allegato Music) 1:39:32
  • Host speaks 1:44:20
  • Yelena Eckemoff "Old Lizard" from Romance of the Moon (L & H Productions) 1:45:19
  • Lisa Rich "Throw It Away" from Long As You're Living (Tritone Records) 1:49:56
  • Host speaks 1:55:46
  • Vivien Garry Quintet "A Woman's Place Is In the Groove" from A Woman's Place Is In the Groove (PNR) 1:56:49

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