Petra Haden, Bill Frisell, Jimmy Heath, Jorge Roeder & More

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As we continue our exploration of the best in new and upcoming jazz, this week we look into a unique project featuring the music of John Zorn and lyrics of Jesse Harris written with the unique voice of Petra Haden in mind, a special album that blends beautifully with the new releases by Bill Frisell, Jorge Roeder and Ron Miles, Jimmy Heath's musical testament, a Spinal-Tappy jazz take on the music of Black Sabbath and much more.

Happy listening!


  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Throttle Elevator Music "Rattle Thicket" Emergency Exit (Wide Hive) 0:16
  • Host talks 2:26
  • Logan Kane Nonet "Nopescience" Nope,Science (Orenda) 4:04
  • Host talks 9:19
  • Bill Frisell "Baba Drame" Valentine (Blue Note) 12:30
  • John Zorn, Jesse Harris, Petra Haden "Waiting for Christmas" Songs for Petra (Tzadik) 17:30
  • Jorge Roeder "Santa Rosita" El Suelo Mío (T-Town) 20:30
  • Ron Miles "Queen of the South" Rainbow Sign (Blue Note) 24:38
  • Host talks 31:44
  • Jimmy Heath "Left Alone" Love Letter (Verve) 34:20
  • Regina Carter "Dancing in the Street (Detroit, Michigan)" Swing States: Harmony in the Battleground (Tiger Turn) 38:44
  • John Hollenbeck "Down to the River to Pray" Songs You Like a Lot (Flexatonic) 44:48
  • Host talks 51:22
  • Donatello DAttoma "Crazy Elevator (Collision Point)" Oneness (Dodicilune) 52:28
  • James Carney Sextet "Inarhominicity" Pure Heart (Sunnyside) 58:15
  • Brian Landrus "For Whom I Imagined" For Now (Blueland) 1:03:53
  • Host talks 1:10:10
  • Camila Nebbia "Al costado del rio" Aura (ears&eyes) 1:12:17
  • Lesley Mok, David Leon "Propagate" Propagate [single] (Self-released) 1:21:10
  • Jazz Sabbath "Rat Salad" Jazz Sabbath (Blacklake) 1:28:10
  • Host talks 1:32:35
  • Russ Nolan "Chachalokafun" Sin Fronteras (Rhinoceruss) 1:35:27
Photo credit: Steven Perilloux

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