Bill Frisell, Tom Harrell, Wadada Leo Smith and Other Great New Releases

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A show packed with new music featuring new releases from Chuck Deardorf, Bill Frisell & Thomas Morgan, Matt Brewer, Josh Lawrence, Tom Harrell, and Wadada Leo Smith.


  • Chuck Deardorf "Lullaby" from Perception (Origin Records) 00:00
  • Bill Frisell & Thomas Morgan "You Only Live Twice" from Epistrophy (ECM) 07:23
  • Josh Lawrence "We're Happiest Together" from Triptych (Posi-tone) 16:23
  • Matt Brewer, Damion Reid, Mark Shim "Ganymede" from Ganymede (Criss Cross Jazz) 20:56
  • Tom Harrell "The Fast" from Infinity (High Note) 27:50
  • Wadada Leo Smith & Tumo "Journey : Resistance and Unity" from Rosa Parks: Pure Love, An Oratorio of Seven Songs (TUM Records) 35:34
  • Chuck Deardorf "Silver Hollow" from Perception (Origin Records) 40:32
  • Bill Frisell & Thomas Morgan "Epistrophy" from Epistrophy (ECM) 49:22
  • Josh Lawrence "Sugar Hill Stroll" from Triptych (Posi-tone) 56:37
  • Matt Brewer, Damion Reid, Mark Shim "Afro Centric" from Ganymede (Criss Cross Jazz) 1:01:20
  • Tom Harrell "Folk Song" from Infinity (High Note) 1:09:19
  • Dave Liebman, Adam Rudolph, Hamid Drake "Formless Form" from Chi (Rarenoise Records) 1:15:08
  • Wadada Leo Smith & Tumo "Defence, Justice and Liberation" from Rosa Parks: Pure Love, An Oratorio of Seven Songs (TUM Records) 1:24:41
  • Bill Frisell & Thomas Morgan "Pannonica" from Epistrophy (ECM) 1:30:15
  • Chuck Deardorf "Falling Grace" from Perception (Origin Records) 1:37:31
  • Matt Brewer, Damion Reid, Mark Shim "When Sunny Gets Blue" from Ganymede (Criss Cross Jazz) 1:43:41
  • Tom Harrell "Taurus" from Infinity (High Note) 1:50:06
  • Josh Lawrence "Sunset in Santa Barbara" from Triptych (Posi-tone) 1:56:30

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