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More music that could work very well as soundtrack for an imaginary film noir... with some spaghetti-western variations.

Happy Listening! And if you like what you hear, listen to the first part of this noir investigation.

Playlist

  • Guano Padano, "A Country Concept" from Guano Padano (Important) 0:00
  • Guano Padano, "Lynch" from 2 (Ipecac) 6:30
  • Host talk 10:00
  • Bobby Previte, & The New Bump "I'm on to Her" from Set the Alarm for Monday (Palmetto) 12:01
  • Giancarlo Vulcano, "On the Case" from My Funny Detective (Distant Second) 16:20
  • John Zorn, "I Want to Live" from Naked City (Elektra Musician) 20:36
  • John Zorn, George Lewis, Bill Frisell, "News for Lulu" from More News for Lulu (Hat Art) 22:30
  • Ran Blake, "Soulville (feat. David "Knife" Fabris & James Merenda)" from Horace Is Blue: A Silver Noir (hatOLOGY) 27:34
  • Host talk 33:10
  • Jon Hassell, "Divine S.O.S." from Marifa Street (Nyen) 36:48
  • Gianluca Petrella, Cosmic Band "Bassism" from Coming Tomorrow, Pt. Two (Spacebone) 43:59
  • David Sanborn, "Alcazar" from Upfront (Rhino/Warner Bros.) 51:01
  • Barry Adamson, "The Vibes Ain't Nothin' But the Vibes" from Oedipus Schmoedipus (Mute) 58:25
  • Host talk 1:03:04
  • Max Nagl, "Circus -Wie War's?" from Strichcode (Rude Noises) 1:05:41
  • Art Farmer, "Five Spot after Dark" from Brass Shout/Aztec Suite (Blue Note) 1:10:20
  • Gary Peacock, Trio "This" from Now This (ECM) 1:15:05
  • Host talk 1:20:42
  • Emile Parisien, Quintet "Brainmachine (with Joachim Kühn)" from Sfumato (ACT) 1:22:46
  • Papanosh, "Moquette" from A Chicken in a Bottle (Yellowbird) 1:26:40
  • Joe Harriott Double Quintet, "Overture" from Indo Jazz Suite (Rhino Atlantic) 1:32:38
  • Randy Weston, "Mystery of Love" from Highlife (Colpix)
  • Ran Blake, "Love Lament" from Chabrol Noir (Impulse!)

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