New sounds and a focus on Bobby Hutcherson

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Three classic tracks from vibes master Bobby Hutcherson plus new music from Angelika Niescier, Matthias Spillmann and Ocean Fanfare, with a selection of other jazz treats.


  • Angelika Niescier "The Surge" from New York Trio (Intakt) 00:00
  • Matthias Spillmann "Peace" from Live at the Bird's Eye Jazz Club (Clean Feed) 09:53
  • Ocean Fanfare "We Can't Stop Now" from First Nature (Barefoot Records) 16:06
  • Regina Carter "Day Dreaming on the Niger" from Reverse Thread (E1 Entertainment) 21:37
  • Stefano Bollani "Caos Calmo" from Omaggio Alle Occassioni Perdute (Casa Del Jazz) 28:27
  • Bobby Hutcherson "Ghetto Lights" from Dialogue (Blue Note) 36:10
  • Bobby Hutcherson "Ankara" from Patterns (Blue Note) 43:15
  • Bobby Hutcherson "Theme from 'Blow Up" from Oblique(Blue Note) 50:30
  • Hayden Chisholm, Marcus Schmickler, Philip Zoubek "Miles" from Cassiopeian Slowdance (Moontower Foundation) 59:11
  • Hearts & Minds "Back & Forth" from Electroradiance (Astral Spirits) 1:10:40
  • Steve Kuhn "Solar" from Live at Maybeck Recital Hall Vol 13 (Concord Jazz) 1:16:20
  • Matthias Spillmann "A Flower Is a Lovesome Thing" from Live at the Bird's Eye Jazz Club (Clean Feed) 1:26:50
  • Angelika Niescier "Ekim" from New York Trio (Intakt) 1:37:45
  • Ocean Fanfare "Cordovan" from First Nature (Barefoot Records) 1:43:00
  • Steve Kuhn, Miroslav Vitous, Aldo Romano "Oceans in the Sky" from Oceans in the Sky (Owl Records) 1:48:30

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