This episode of One Man's Jazz marks the 1200th since its very first show at CKUW FM in Winnipeg. It moved over to taintradio.org in early 2012. One of the mantras of the show has always been that the show was about the music and the musicians who make it. I had no illusions of becominglet along desires to besome talking jazz head. So with that thought in mind, I decided to approach a number of artists about contributing a piece of music of their choosing and talking about said piece. They had carte blanche as to what to submit. I had a great response, and that's what ep. 1200 features. The musicians who graciously submitted something were Kari Ikonen (Finland), Nick Fraser (Canada), Samuel Blaser (Germany), Simo Laihonen (Finland), Brian Groder (USA), Anna Webber (Canada), Miles Perkins (Canada), Jakob Bro (Denmark), Satoko Fujii & Natsuki Tamura (Japan), Peter Van Huffel & Sophie Tassignon (Berlin), Jeff Albert (USA), Jason Robinson (USA), Francesca Remigi (Italy), Ben Monder (USA), Stefan Bauer (New York/Germany/Canada), Martin Kuchen (Sweden), David Virelles (Cuba/Canada/New York), and Tiziano Tononi (Italy). There are a couple of things from new releases too: Satoko Fujii's new trio album and EmAb Connection (Italy). Hope you enjoy the show. And THANK YOU for listening to One Man's Jazz, wherever you are.
Jim Pepper "Witchi Tai To" from Comin' & Goin' (Antilles) 00:00
Host Speaks 08:15
Kari Ikonen & Karikko "Kointähti" from Oceanophonic (Texicali) 11:29
Kari Ikonen Speaks 17:47
Kari Ikonen & Karriko "Kafé Moskva" from The Helsinki Suite (Eclipse Music) 21:00
Nick Fraser Speaks 27:57
Nick Fraser "Sketch # 50" from If There Were No Opposites (Hat Hut Esthetics) 29:17
Nick Fraser Speaks Again 32:51
Samuel Blaser Speaks 33:23
Samuel Blaser, Daniel Humair & Heiri Kanzig "Where Did You Sleep Last Night?" from 1291 (Outhere) 34:51
Simo Laihonen Speaks 38:04
Simo Laihonen "As It Came (excerpt)" from As It Came (Unseen Axis Music) 39:15
Host Speaks 46:44
John Vanore & Abstract Truth "Bunk" from Back To School (Acoustical Concepts) 48:16
Anna Webber Speaks 55:09
Anna Webber "Idiom VI-Movement II" from Idiom Six (Pi Recordings) 56:42
Miles Perkin Speaks 1:05:46
Miles Perkin & Simon Jermyn "Tri-force" from While The Whole World Waited (Self-released) 1:07:28
Tiziano Tononi & Future Ancestors "Voodoo Son...of a Fender Guitar" from Going For The Magic (Splasch) 3:0:938
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