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On this week's show two massive new releases from Wadada Leo Smith, a seven CD box set of String Quartets, and a five CD box set of duets with drummers. In addition, a variety of new releases and dip into the archive for some early music from William Parker.


  • Show Intro 00:00
  • Juanma Trujillo "Araya" from Collage (ears&eyes) 00:50
  • Peter Kogan "Pow, Pow, Pow—Yeah!" from Just Before Midnight (Koganote) 05:45
  • Todd Herbert "This Ones For Albert" from May Waltz (TH Productions) 12:02
  • Jacob Chung "Triage" from Epistle (Three Pines Records) 17:54
  • Martín Proscia & Federico Solomiewicz "Doppel " from Rizoma (Numeral) 25:00
  • Sture Ericson, Pat Thomas, Raymond Strid "Bagcut" from Bagman Live at Cafe Oto (577 Records) 29:48
  • Subconscious Trio "Two Beggars" from Water Shapes (DaVinci Records) 42:19
  • Ghost Horse "Fulfillment Centre" from Il Bene Commune (Hora Records) 48:06
  • Wadada Leo Smith "Rumis Masnavi A Sonic Expression, Part 3 (with Pheeroan AkLaff)" from The Emerald Duets (TUM Records) 53:24
  • Wadada Leo Smith "Taif : Prayer In The Garden of the Hijaz" from String Quartets Nos. 1-12 (TUM Records) 1:00:41
  • Sun of Goldfinger "Sun of OZMIR (radio edit)" from OZMIR (Screwgun) 1:23:58
  • William Parker "Through Acceptance of the Mystery Peace" from Through Acceptance of the Mystery Peace (Eremite) 1:44:32
  • Juanma Trujillo "El Sanato" from Collage (ears&eyes) 1:54:41

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