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New Releases From Dunn, Kooshian, Andersen, Klossek And More


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On this week's show new music from Trevor Dunn, Ted Kooshian, Amjad Ali Khan & Wu Man, Arild Andersen, Marcus Klossek, Sara Gazarek, Saku Mantere and Dave Douglas. Also tracks from new documentary about the legendary bassist Ron Carter plus Frank Carlberg revisits Thelonious Monk's 1952 recordings for the Prestige label


  • Show Intro 00:00
  • Trevor Dunn's trio-convulsant "1733_V1" from Séances (Pyroclastic) 00:41
  • Ted Kooshian "Hubub" from Hubub (Summit Records) 09:39
  • Amjad Ali Khan and Wu Man "Maya" from Music For Hope (Zoho) 18:20
  • Arild Andersen Group "Affirmation Part 1: Four" from Affirmation (ECM) 28:26
  • Arild Andersen Group "Affirmation Part 1: One" from Affirmation (ECM) 36:37
  • Marcus Klossek "Industrial Escape" from Tales From The Edge (Challenge Records) 41:02
  • Sara Gazarek "Vanity" from Vanity (Self Released) 50:32
  • Saku Mantere "Open Secrets" from Upon First Impression (Self Released) 1:00:00
  • Ron Carter "Flamenco Sketches" from Findiing The Right Notes (IN + OUT Records) 1:06:49
  • Dave Douglas "Never Let Me Go" from Songs of Ascent: Book 1—Degrees (Greenleaf) 1:13:00
  • Dave Douglas "A Weaned Child" from Songs of Ascent: Book 2—Steps (Greenleaf) 1:19:50
  • Frank Carlberg Trio "Azure Sphere" from Reflections 1952 (577 Records) 1:27:38
  • Thelonious Monk "Blue Monk" from The Complete Prestige Recordings (Prestige) 1:34:08
  • Thelonious Monk "These Foolish Things" from The Complete Prestige Recordings (Prestige) 1:41:46
  • Frank Carlberg Trio "Some Things Foolish" from Reflections 1952 (577 Records) 1:44:31
  • Ron Carter "Blues for DP" from Findiing The Right Notes (IN + OUT Records) 1:50:22

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