Otis Sandsjö, Pablo Ablanedo, Webber/Morris Big Band and More

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Second part of this week's review of new and upcoming releases [for the first part click here] with the great return of master arranger Pablo Ablanedo, the new single by Swedish saxophonist and flutist Otis Sandsjö, two new projects by the prolific oud and guitarist Gordon Grdina, and saxophones in solo, duo, trio and quartet settings.

Happy listening!

  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Otis Sandsjö "Tremendoce" Y-OTIS 2 (We Jazz) 0:16
  • Host talks 4:28
  • Enzo Favata "Lillies the Valley" The Crossing (Self-released) 5:18
  • Orchestra Nazionale della Luna "Myrkkysienikeitto" There's Still Life on Earth (BMC) 15:35
  • Pablo Ablanedo Octet "La Señal" Chistreza (Newvelle) 24:48
  • Host talks 31:16
  • Vincent Peirani, Emile Parisien "Deusxango" Abrazo (ACT) 33:36
  • The Tiptons Saxophone Quartet Sax Quartet & Drums "Memory Bait" Wabi Sabi (Sowiesound) 38:55
  • Crisco 3 "Lonely Woman" Cosa c'è li non c'è (Aut) 43:21
  • Tim Berne "Darn That" Sacred Vowels (Screwgun) 47:08
  • Host talks 50:04
  • Giorgio Pacorig, Zeno De Rossi "Lonely Woman" Live at Il Carso in Corso (Self-released) 51:55
  • Webber/Morris Big Band "Rebonds" Both Are True (Greenleaf) 58:14
  • Gordon Grdina Septet "Varscona" Resist (Irabagast) 1:01:22
  • Host talks 1:07:58
  • Gordon Grdina's Nomad Trio "Nomad" Nomad (Skirl) 1:11:10
Photo credit: Urs Leuenberger.

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