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Paul Auster: The Jazz Music of Chance; Harold Land

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New releases and re-releases to remember Harold Land open this episode which then continues with a tribute to Paul Auster, a writer admired by many musicians who wrote music with him, for him, to accompany some of his writings, or inspired by him.

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  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Lily White Quintet "Grooveyard Blues" Daughter of Fortune (Self-produced) 0:16
  • Host talks 5:47
  • Harold Land "In the Back, In the Corner, In the Dark" Damisi(WEWANTSOUNDS/Mainstream) 7:35
  • Harold Land "Black Caucus" Choma (Burn) (WEWANTSOUNDS/Mainstream) 13:23
  • Host talks 23:25
  • Nathalie Loriers Trio "Tombouctou" Tombouctou (W.E.R.F.) 26:44
  • VV.AA. feat. John Lurie National Orchestra "Ready to Rumba" Blue in the Face—O.S.T. (Luaka Bop) 34:04
  • Medeski Martin & Wood "Sugar Craft" Lulu on the Bridge—O.S.T. (Blue Note) 35:18
  • Lisa Mezzacappa "Quinn's Serenade" AvantNOIR (Clean Feed) 38:37
  • Host talks 45:28
  • Tobias Meinhart "Sunset Park" Sunset Park (Self-produced) 47:21
  • Host talks 51:26
  • Jeff Gardner "Leviathan" The Music of Chance (Terramar) 54:40
  • Sebastien Ammann, Soraya Berent "Facing the Music" [Unreleased] 1:01:08
  • Michael Mantler Paul Auster, Robert Wyatt, Susi Hildegaard "It Makes No Difference to Me" Hide and Seek (ECM) 1:07:25

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