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Optimism, Evolution & Telepathy

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2024 is proving to be an excellent year for new jazz. This new selection is no exception. The show kicks off with a couple of bass players, includes two new albums featuring Daniel Carter, and has visits to South America and Australia, amongst other places. The variety of styles and genres included is a testament to the reach and influence of the music. There are new releases from Emiliano Lasansky, Bruno Raberg, Gabriel Genest, The Telepathic Band featuring Daniel Carter, Patrick Holmes, Matthew Putman, Hilliard Greene & Federico Ughi, Synaptic Biosphere featuring Matt Choboter John Arne Rånes & Jan Kadereit, George Colligan, Matt Wilson, Aleksi Glick, Stix Bones, Rosario Giuliani Quartet, Will Sargison Trio, Tony Romano, Area 51 with Celso Pixinga & Igor Willcox, The Beat Freaks & Ralph Alessi , Jorge Cariglino feat.Byron Landham, Chick Corea & Bela Fleck, Lauren Henderson, Andy Pratt, and, Daniel Carter, Matthew Putman, & Federico Ughi once more this time as a trio.

Playlist

  • Show Intro 00:00
  • Emiliano Lasanky "The Optimist" from The Optimist (Outside In Music) 00:28
  • Bruno Råberg "Mode Natakapria" from Evolver (Orbis Music) 06:04
  • Gabriel Genest "Kairos" from As It Is (ODD SOUND) 13:35
  • The Telepathic Band : Daniel Carter, Patrick Holmes, Matthew Putman, Hilliard Greene, Federico Ughi "Under Full Spacearrest" from Telepathic Mysteries, Vol. 2 (577 Records) 19:40
  • Synaptic Biosphere ; Choboter Rånes Kadereit "Muraenidae Sirtalis" from Synaptic Biosphere (Gateway Music) 27:24
  • George Colligan "Time To Wind Down" from You'll Hear It (la.reserve) 33:32
  • Matt Wilson "Walk WIth The Wind" from Good Trouble (Palmetto Records) 40:11
  • Aleksi Glick "Japanese Garden" from World Traveler (Pinch Records) 46:18
  • Stix Bones "Monday Madness" from Olimpik Soul (BONE Entertainment) 52:46
  • Rosario Giuliani Quartet "Interference" from Logbook Live At Sounds (Hypnote Records) 56:38
  • Wil Sargison Trio "Kelly's Blues" from Jazz in Meanjin 10 : Live at JMI (4000 Records) 1:05:41
  • Tony Romano "Ratatat" from Three Chord Monte (TRM Records) 1:11:11
  • Area 51 Celso Pixinga, Igor Willcox "North Zone" from North Zone (Room73 Records) 1:17:18
  • The Beat Freaks & Ralph Alessi "The Mechanics Of Nature" from The Mechanics Of Nature (Jazz Generator) 1:22:42
  • Jorge Cariglino "Coming to NYC (feat. Byron Landham)" from After The Storm (Produced by JCR) 1:27:52
  • Chick Corea & Béla Fleck "Bemsha Swing" from Remembrance (Béla Fleck Productions/Thirty Tigers) 1:33:32
  • Lauren Henderson "Venas" from Sombras (Brontosaurus Records) 1:39:06
  • Andy Pratt "Soon" from Trio (Thrift Girl Records) 1:42:42
  • Daniel Carter, Matthew Putman, Federico Ughi "Tease-breeze" from Stream of a Dream (577 Records) 1:47:49

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