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New Releases from Bhate, Bisio, Weiskopf, Eisenstadt and More...

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This week we focus on recent releases from Jaelem Bhate, Jerry Bergonzi, Walt Weiskopf, Dustin Laurenzi, Michael Bisio, and Harris Eisenstadt plus a handful of top tunes from the jazz archive.

Playlist

  • Jaelem Bhate "On the Edge" from On the Edge (Self Released) 00:00
  • Jerry Bergonzi "1st Ray Intention" from The Seven Rays (Savant) 07:13
  • Agusti Fernandez, Ilan Manouach, Raivo Stasans "120 126" from WRY (Clamshell Records) 14:17
  • Walt Weiskopf "Entebbe" from European Quartet Worldwide (Orenda Records) 19:21
  • Dustin Laurenzi "Nero's Expedition" from Snaketime: The Music of Moondog (Astral Spirits) 25:49
  • Daniel Carter, Watson Jennison, William Parker, Federico Ughi "Wondering" from Vol 2 : Toronto Live! (577 Records) 34:45
  • Harris Eisenstadt "Pine" from Old Growth Forest (Clean Feed Records) 43:28
  • Harris Eisenstadt "Pit and Mound" from Old Growth Forest II (Astral Spirits) 51:14
  • Michael Bisio, Kirk Knuffke, Fred Lonberg-Holm "Agnus Dei" from Requiem for a New York Slice (Iluso Records) 59:49
  • Ivo Perelman, Matthew Shipp, Michael Bisio, Whit Dickey "Fragments" from Soul (Leo Records) 1:08:24
  • Tyshawn Sorey "Reverie" from The Inner Spectrum of Variables (Pi Recordings) 1:13:56
  • Daniel Erdmann, Samuel Rohrer, Vincent Courtois, Frank Möbus "Even More Romantic Schoolgirl Song" from Ten Songs About Real Utopia (Arjuna Music) 1:30:03
  • Ivo Perelman, Matthew Shipp "Part 6" from Corpo (Leo Records) 1:34:24
  • Ron Caines, Martin Archer Axis "Les Oiseaux De Matisse" from Les Oiseaux De Mattise (Discus Music) 1:41:07
  • Jaelem Bate "Strung along" from On The Edge (Self Released) 1:50:31

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