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Pharoah Sanders, Cristiano Calcagnile & Sea Jun Kwon


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The first two of hours of this episode of One Man's Jazz feature music from a number of excellent new releases, including two from Italy featuring drummer Cristiano Calcagnile's Anokhi and pianist Federico Nuti, a pair from Germany in trombonist Andreas Schickentanz & guitarist Jonas Hemmersbach, bassist SeaJun Kwon & the Walking Cliche Sextet, Zoh Amba's Bhakti , the Blue Reality Quartet, and French drummer Florian Chaigne. The final hour is filled with music featuring the magnificent and eternal Pharoah Sanders.


  • Schaut/Knicely/Bowman "Sketch #7" from Third Ghost (Safehouse Studios) 00:00
  • Host speaks 05:54
  • Cristiano Calcagnile's Anokhi "Furioso" from Inversi (We Insist!) 07:45
  • Tom Skinner "Voices (of the past)" from Voices Of Bishara (Intl. Anthem) 17:19
  • Andreas Schickentanz "Ants On A Piano" from Episodes (Jazzhausmusik) 22:08
  • Host speaks 27:56
  • Blue Reality Quartet "Buttercup (For Bud Powell)" from Ella's Island (Mahakala) 29:12
  • Silvia Bolognesi Beast Friends "Toxic Street" from Don't Shush Me! (Fonterossa) 38:12
  • Jonas Hemmersbach"An Unexplainable Reassurance" from Stillsturm (Jazzhausmusik) 42:10
  • Host speaks 49:05
  • Zoh Amba "The Drop And The Sea" from Bhakti (Mahakala) 51:08
  • James Brandon Lewis Quartet "Neosho" from MSM Molecular Systematic Music Live (Intakt) 1:01:06
  • Host speaks 1:11:15
  • Sea Jun Kwon & The Walking Cliche Sextet "Muad Dib" from Micro-nap (Endectomorph) 1:13:36
  • Angelica Sanchez Trio "With (Exit)" from Sparkle Beings (Sunnyside) 1:21:47
  • Cecille Cappozzo Quintet "Exposition" from Hymne D'Automne (Ayler Records) 1:26:52
  • Host speaks 1:34:07
  • Florian Chaigne Quartet "Intro/Entity" from Transhumance (Self-released) 1:35:16
  • Chad Taylor Trio "Julian's Groove" from The Reel (Astral Spirits) 1:41:44
  • Dwight Trible "Little Africa" from Cosmic (Katalyst) 2:01:04
  • Host speaks 2:05:10/li>
  • Adam Rudolph, Hamid Drake & Pharoah Sanders "Morning In Soweto" from Spirits (Meta) 2:08:18
  • Pharoah Sanders "Hum Allah, Hum Allah, Hum Allah" from Jewels Of Thought (UMG) 2:13:17
  • John Coltrane "A Love Supreme—Resolution" from A Love Supreme Seattle (Verve Impulse) 2:28:15
  • Pharoah Sanders "Astral Traveling" from Thembi ( Impulse) 2:39:23
  • Pharoah Sanders "You've Got To Have Freedom" from Journey To The One (Theresa) 2:45:09
  • Pharoah Sanders "The Creator Has A Master Plan" from Karma (Impulse) 2:5:154
  • Host speaks 3:00:48



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