Out To Dinner?

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Featured this time around is a great new album from "supergroup" Out to Dinner featuring Behn Gillece, Michael Dease. Tim Green, Boris Kozlov and Rudy Royston. Also featured a great meeting between Terkel Noergaard and Ralph Alessi plus a selection of other excellent new music including a preview of the long awaited release of Miles Davis Rubberband sessions.


  • Out to Dinner "Pay the Piper" from Different Flavors (Posi-tone) 00:00
  • Terkel Nørgaard "One" from With Ralph Alessi (We Jazz) 06:07
  • Michael Attias, Shay Hazan, Haim E Peskoff "Avocado Fields" from Avocado Fields (Michael Attias) 12:29
  • Spring Roll "Episodes" from Episodes (Clean Feed) 20:10
  • Heine Hansen Trio "Sweet Tomato" from Fingertips (Storyville) 34:34
  • Out to Dinner "Spun Around" from Different Flavors (Posi-tone) 40:26
  • Terkel Nørgaard "Thirteen" from With Ralph Alessi (We Jazz) 48:07
  • Warren Galea "The Labyrinth" from The Odyssey (Vento Azul) 52:27
  • Brad Turner Quartet feat Seamus Blake "Poco" from Jump Up (Cellar Live) 1:00:00
  • Out to Dinner "Day Zero" from Different Flavors (Posi-tone) 1:08:31
  • Miles Davis "Rubberband of Life (feat. Ledisi) from Rubberband (Warner Brothers) 1:15:07
  • Terkel Nørgaard "Twelve" from With Ralph Alessi (We Jazz) 1:21:36
  • Spring Roll "Ballade Pour Rémi" from Episodes (Clean Feed) 1:26:39
  • Michael Attias, Shay Hazan, Haim E Peskoff "Smells Like Spring" from Avocado Fields (Michael Attias) 1:31:27
  • Warren Galea "Phantoms" from The Odyssey (Vento Azul) 1:45:22
  • Ryan Keberle & Catharsis "Tangled in the Ancient Chain" from The Hope I Hold (Greenleaf) 1:53:17

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