We listen to three releases from 2022, two exploring some interesting corners of jazz repertoire and one bringing back a format that thrived in the '50s. Then, just for kicks, we get a message back from the future of 1987. Does label Cellar Music contractually oblige its artists to cover a certain Benny Golson tune? Listen to experience our hard-hitting investigation. In pop matters, Mike offers pop juggernaut Adele a sandwich.
Discussion of Aaron Seeber's album First Move (Cellar Music) 2:35
Discussion of Grant Stewart's album The Lighting of the Lamps (Cellar Music) 18:25
Discussion of Scott Burns's album Tenor Time (AFAR Music) 34:11
Discussion of Mark Helias's album The Current Set (Enja) 48:50
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