Home » Jazz Articles » Radio & Podcasts » Lake/Landaeus/Osgood, Lisa Hoppe, & Aruan Ortiz


Lake/Landaeus/Osgood, Lisa Hoppe, & Aruan Ortiz


Sign in to view read count

Click the play button to listen

With master saxophonist Oliver Lake not playing these days, hearing some new music from him is a treat. Back in 2017, in Lund, Sweden, he came together with Danish drummer Kresten Osgood and Swedish pianist Mathias Landaeus to create some memorable moments. Though each had worked with the others in the past, this was the first time as a trio. The results was a night of spontaneous magic. Spirit is well worth looking for. Also new this episode are albums from German bassist Lisa Hoppe & YSOP, pianist Aruán Ortiz reflecting upon the speeches of MLK in Pastor's Paradox, bassist Florian Herzog , also from Germany, and saxophonists galore—Chad Fowler, Stephen Gauci, Loren Stillman & Paul Dunmall. Some John Scofield from his latest, Uncle John's Band, puts a nice bow on everything.


  • Loren Stillman Trio "Backyard" from Time And Again (Sunnyside) 00:00
  • Host speaks 06:27
  • Chad Fowler, George Cartwright et al "Inhaling and Exhaling For Davey Williams" from Miserere (Mahakala Music) 08:56
  • Sylvie Courvoisier "Annao" from Chimaera (Intakt) 25:09
  • Host speaks 33:41
  • Lisa Hoppe's YSOP "Moons Of Jupiter, Texture Of Sand" from Faking An Imperfect Utopia (Self-released) 35:09
  • Anti-Rubber Brain Factory "Family Afternoon" from Ensuelos Bulescos (LFDS) 41:54
  • Host speaks 49:37
  • Stephen Gauc}, Santiago Liebson, Colin Hinton & Adam Lane "Improvisation 1" from Live At Scholes Street Studios (Gauci Music) 50:59
  • Myra Melford's Fire & Water Quintet "Insertion 2" from Hear The Light Singing (Rogue Art) 1:02:04
  • Host speaks 1:08:42
  • Florian Herzog Quartet "Dia" from Almost Natural (Tangible Music) 1:10:11
  • Florian Herzog Quartet "Ten Days To Go" from Almost Natural (Tangible Music) 1:14:17
  • Eva Novoa, Masa Kamaguchi & Gerald Cleaver "Grafitismo" from Novoa, Kamaguchi & Cleaver Trio—Vol. 1 (577 Records) 1:19:25
  • Christophe Monniot "Free Funky" from Freestyles—Live At Le Triton (Le Triton) 1:25:20
  • Host speaks 1:31:18
  • Aruan Ortiz "Turning The Other Cheek No More" from Pastor's Paradox (Clean Feed) 1:33:53
  • Aruan Ortiz "The Dream That Wasn't Meant To Be Ours" from Pastor's Paradox (Clean Feed) 1:40:35
  • The Source "Limbo" from But Swinging Doesn't Bend Them Down (Odin) 1:50:44
  • Host speaks 1:56:47
  • Mathias Landaeus, Oliver Lake & Kresten Osgood "Aztec" from Spirit (Self-released) 1:58:33
  • Dennis Gonzalez "Hymn For Julius Hemphill" from No Photograph Available (Clean Feed) 2:05:02
  • Jeff Cosgrove, Noah Preminger & Kim Cass "Slips" from Confusing Motion For Progress (Grizzley Music) 2:15:23
  • Host speaks 2:21:37
  • Paul Dunmall "Bright Light, A Joyous Celebration" from Bright Light, A Joyous Celebration (Discus) 2:23:17
  • Eclectic Maybe Band "A Move To Unchange The Place" from Bars Without Measures (Discus) 2:31:43
  • Angelica Sanchez "CB: The Time Traveller" from Night Time Creatures (Pyroclastic) 2:40:31
  • Jure Pukl Quartet "Lost" from Melt (Whirlwind) 2:47:35
  • Host speaks 2:53:49
  • John ScofieldTrio "Mr. Tambourine Man" from Uncle John's Band (ECM) 2:55:43



For the Love of Jazz
Get the Jazz Near You newsletter All About Jazz has been a pillar of jazz since 1995, championing it as an art form and, more importantly, supporting the musicians who create it. Our enduring commitment has made "AAJ" one of the most culturally important websites of its kind, read by hundreds of thousands of fans, musicians and industry figures every month.

You Can Help
To expand our coverage even further and develop new means to foster jazz discovery and connectivity we need your help. You can become a sustaining member for a modest $20 and in return, we'll immediately hide those pesky ads plus provide access to future articles for a full year. This winning combination will vastly improve your AAJ experience and allow us to vigorously build on the pioneering work we first started in 1995. So enjoy an ad-free AAJ experience and help us remain a positive beacon for jazz by making a donation today.

Radio & Podcasts

Tune in daily to hear the internet's top jazz programs including Mondo Jazz, Jazz Bastard, World of Jazz, The Third Story, One Man's Jazz, The Outer View, Neon Jazz, A Broad Spectrum, Bitches Brew and more

View by program...

Program Schedule | JazzWeek Chart


Get more of a good thing!

Our weekly newsletter highlights our top stories, our special offers, and upcoming jazz events near you.