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On this show new releases including:

The seventh album from Dutch saxophonist Tineke Postma. Her first since 2014,  a come-back album as a leader. Together with trumpeter Ralph Alessi, bassist Matt Brewer, drummer Dan Weiss and featuring pianist Kris Davis she has delivered an excellent set.

A remarkable live album from Bill Cole originally recorded in  1986 . Cole's Korean flute creates an otherworldly sound and Julius Hemphill's arrangements are both ground-breaking and impressive. It sounds like a great deal of fun was being had by all.

Guitarist Jocelyn Gould's superb debut on Positone features trombonist Michael Dease, saxophonist Brandon Wright, and trumpeter Anthony Stanco plus the rhythm section of pianist Addison Frei, bassist George DeLancey, and drummer Quincy Davis.

Drummer Paul Shaw's debut features a great line-up  that includes trumpeter Alex Sipiagin, guitarist Brad Shepik, pianist Gary Versace, and bassist Drew Gress.


  • Tineke Postma "Freya" from Freya (Edition) 00:00
  • Bill Cole & Untempered Ensemble "To Live With A Humble Man Refreshes The Spirit." from Music For Yoruba Proverbs (Bill Cole) 06:34
  • Jocelyn Gould "Kindling" from Elegant Traveler (Posi-tone) 19:48
  • Lao Dan, Paul Flaherty, Max Ridgway , Cheryl Pyle , Randall Colbourne , Damon Smith "Relentless Still" from Live At Willimantic Records (Family Vineyard) 25:44
  • Webber Morris Big Band "Climbing On Mirrors" from Both Are True (Greenleaf) 37:00
  • Paul Shaw "Shapeshifter" from Moment of Clarity (Summit Records) 47:59
  • Jocelyn Gould "A Fleeting Moment" from Elegant Traveler (Posi-tone) 55:27
  • Tineke Postma "In the light of reverence" from Freya (Edition) 1:00:12
  • Achim Kaufmann, Michael Moore, Dylan van der Schyff "Notre Dame De Paris" from Bouche Perdue(WhirrbooM! Records) 1:06:34
  • Paul Shaw "Mary Oliver" from Moment of Clarity (Summit Records) 01:18:16
  • Bill Cole & Untempered Ensemble "A Man Sees A Snake, A Woman Kills It; No Matter As Long As It Is Dead." from Music For Yoruba Proverbs (Bill Cole) 1:25:03
  • Tineke Postma "Heart to Heart" from Freya (Edition) 1:37:51
  • Jocelyn Gould "The Game Changer" from Elegant Traveler (Posi-tone) 1:46:04
  • Paul Shaw "Peekaboo" from Moment of Clarity (Summit Records) 1:51:09

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