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Phil Haynes, Janel Leppin, & Ndududzo Makhathini

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Last year veteran drummer Phil Haynes set out on a mission to document his past recording and music history; the first step, and a large one, was the publication of a book, "Chasing The Masters," which was paralleled by a 60-plus compilation of songs by various groups he led or played with. One of those bands was 4 Horns Or What, and now his next move was to issue all three of that band's recordings on The Complete American Recordings. Washington DC cellist Janel Leppin has a follow-up to her last recordings with her Ensemble Volcanic Ash; it's called To March Is To Love and that gets sampled in this edition of One Man's Jazz. Other new releases of note come from the Flame Trio led by English pianist Robert Mitchell, South African pianist Nduduzo Makhathini quickly making his North American mark with uNomkhubulwane out on Blue Note, pianist Sebastien Ammann, and Italian saxophonist Rosario Giuliani's Logbook: Live At Sounds which finds him returning to a club in Belgium where he had one of his very first gigs. The rest of the cupboard is filled with some fine tunes, so please enjoy!


  • William Parker "Souls Have Fallen Like Rain" from For Those Who Are, Still (UM Fidelity) 00:00
  • Host speaks 14:21
  • Phil Haynes & 4 Horns & What "Holler For Horns" from The Complete American Recordings (Corner Store) 17:32
  • Phil Haynes & 4 Horns & What "A Little Iowa Get-Down" from The Complete American Recording (Corner Store) 25:39
  • John Escreet "Meltdown" from Epicenter Of Your Dreams (Blue Room Music) 31:17
  • Host speaks 36:17
  • Janel Leppin & Ensemble Volcanic Ash "Oh Johnny Dear" from To March Is To Love (Cuneiform) 37:52
  • Janel Leppin & Ensemble Volcanic Ash "As Wide As All Outdoors" from To March Is To Love ( Cuneiform) 42:15
  • Ivo Perelman & Matthew Shipp "Sacred Values" from Magic Incantation (Soul City Sounds) 48:53
  • Host speaks 53:18
  • Nduduzo Makhathini "Izbingelelo" from uNomkhubulwane (Blue Note) 54:53
  • Izumi Kimura, Barry Guy & Gerry Hemingway "Cloud Echoes" from Six Hands Open As One (FSR Records) 1:01:26
  • Host speaks 1:08:09
  • Rosario Giulliani "Interference" from Logbook: Live At Sounds (Hypnote) 1:09:57
  • Luke Stewart Silt Trio "Baba Doo Way" from Unknown Rivers (Pi Recordings) 1:18:58
  • Aki Takase's Japanic "Alinamin Drink" from Forte (BMC Records) 1:24:33
  • Host speaks 1:29:44
  • Sebastien Amman "The Meadows" from Change Of Course (Ropeadope) 1:31:36
  • Art Ensemble Of Chicago "Funky AEOC " from The Third Decade (ECM) 1:37:11
  • Sun Ra Arkestra "Moonship Fantasy" from Sun Ra At The Showcase: Live In Chicago (Jazz Detective) 1:44:48
  • Host speaks 1:54:56
  • Robert Mitchell Flame Trio "Be Kind (Through It All)" from Towards The Flame Vol. 2 (577 Records) 1:57:07

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