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New Sounds from Slocum, Hill and Oveido

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Featured on this week's show are new albums from Matt Slocum, Marquis Hill, Ariel Invernizzi Oviedo, Fishblot, Amos Gillespie, Avishai Cohen, and Jorge Garcia. There is also a track from improvisation "super-group" John Dikeman, Pat Thomas, John Edwards, and Steve Noble. Also included are archive choices from Stan Sulzmann and Tony Hymas, JoAnne Brackeen and Mary Halvorson.


  • Show Intro 0:00
  • Matt Slocum "An Evolving Alliance" from With Love And Sadness (Sunnyside Records) 00:53
  • Marquis Hill "A Portrait of Fola" from New Gospel Revisited (Edition Records) 08:46
  • Ariel Invernizzi Oviedo "Kripton" from Antique (Numeral) 19:59
  • Fishblot "Can I Tell You" from Small Talk (ears&eyes) 23:47
  • Amos Gillespie "Shades of Red" from Unstructured Time (Self Released) 30:23
  • Avishai Cohen "Part 3" from Naked Truth (ECM) 41:49
  • Jorge Garcia "This One For Richie" from Dedicated To You (Self Released) 48:03
  • Ariel Invernizzi Oviedo "Cerial" from Antique (Numeral) 53:19
  • Fishblot "Far Fjords" from Small Talk (ears&eyes) 57:04
  • Marquis Hill "Farewell (Feat. James Francies)" from New Gospel Revisited (Edition Records) 1:00:22
  • Matt Slocum "Precipice" from With Love And Sadness (Sunnyside Records) 1:04:37
  • Stan Sulzmann and Tony Hymas "Toon" from KRARK (Jazz In Britain) 1:13:15
  • Joanne Brackeen "Ancient Dynasty" from Ancient Dynasty (Tappan Zee) 1:21:11
  • John Dikeman, Pat Thomas, John Edwards, Steve Noble "No Comment" from Volume 1 (577 Records) 1:33:12
  • Mary Halvorson Trio "Nine Two Six Four Two Dies (No. 10)" from Dragon's Head (Firehouse 12) 1:41:28
  • Ariel Invernizzi Oviedo "Zebra Blue" from Antique (Numeral) 1:49:05
  • Fishblot "At Sea Haircuts" from Small Talk (ears&eyes) 1:54:13

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