New Sounds - Walter Smith III, John Escreet and Maisha

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Demonstrating the wide variety of music in the jazz world recent releases from Walter Smith, John Escreet and Maisha are featured on this show. With other material, old and new, in between, there is mixed bag of styles, and, sounds on display.


  • Walter Smith III "Ask Me Now" from Twio (Whirlwind) 00:00
  • John Escreet "Broken Justice (Kalief)" from Learn to Live (Blue Room Music) 07:01
  • Al McLean & Azar Lawrence "Simone" from Conduit (Intofocus) 16:06
  • Maisha "Osiris" from There Is a Place (Brownswood) 28:02
  • Walter Smith III "On the Trail" from Twio (Whirlwind) 40:44
  • John Escreet "A World without Guns" from Learn to Live (Blue Room Music) 47:04
  • Miles Davis "Straight No Chaser" from Miles Davis at Newport: 1955-1975: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 4 (Columbia Legacy) 54:32
  • Greg Fishman Quintet "Fast Forward" from So You Say (Greg Fishman Jazz Studios) 1:04:07
  • Mary Halvorson with Bill Frisell "Moonlight in Vermont" from The Maid with the Flaxen Hair—A Tribute to Johnny Smith (Tzadik) 1:09:43
  • Wojciech Jachna, Pawel Urowski, Jacek Cichocki, Mateusz Krawczyk "Provocations in Madrid" from The Right Moment (Requiem) 1:16:18
  • John Escreet "Contradictions" from Learn to Live (Blue Room Music) 1:25:46
  • Walter Smith III "Contrafact" from Twio (Whirlwind) 1:33:43
  • John Marshall Sextett feat. Louis Hayes "Blues Like" from Marshall plays Hazeltine (Live in Frauenfeld) (Organic Music) 1:40:19
  • Maisha "Eaglehurst/The Palace/There Is a place" from There Is a place (Brownswood) 1:52:23

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