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Relay Jazz

Ludovico Granvassu By

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Already soccered-out? Then dive in the world of Jazz Relay: the exciting sport in which one jazz player passes the baton to the next one and at the end all listeners are exhilarated by the mind-boggling diversity of music that comes out of different bands even when they have many players in common.

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Playlist

  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Lucia Cadotsch "Some Other Spring" from Speak Low (Yellowbird) 0:16
  • Host talk 3:32
  • Interview with Lucia Cadotsch 6:24
  • Lucia Cadotsch "Don't Explain" from Speak Low (Yellowbird) 7:10
  • Interview with Lucia Cadotsch 11:35
  • Lucia Cadotsch "Slow Hot Wind (Evelinn Trouble Edit)" from Speak Low Renditions (Yellowbird) 13:32
  • Host talk 16:31
  • Otis Sandsjö "Pata Pata" from Y-OTIS (We Jazz) 18:24
  • Mopo "Ruusu" from Mopocalypse (We Jazz) 25:12
  • Otis Sandsjo "YUNG" from Y-OTIS (We Jazz) 30:08
  • Jim Black Trio "Song H" from The Constant (Intakt) 36:41
  • Host talk 41:34
  • Amok Amor "Trio Amok" from We Know Not What We Do (Intakt) 44:24
  • Enemy "Fogo" from Enemy (Edition) 48:24
  • Julian Arguelles "Alalá" from Tonadas (Edition) 53:20
  • Marius Neset "A New Resolution" from Circle of Chimes (ACT Music) 1:01:45
  • Host talk 1:10:29
  • Django Bates Belovèd "Slippage Street" from The Study of Touch (ECM) 1:15:55
  • Peter Bruun's All Too Human "Follow Me" from Vernacular Avant-Garde (Ayler) 1:23:27
  • Samuel Blaser Trio "Jukebox" from Taktlos Zurich 2017 (hatOLOGY) 1:29:02
  • Host talk 1:37:47
  • Tim Berne's Science Friction "Huevos" from Mind Over Friction (Screwgun) 1:40:20
  • Tim Berne's Blood Count "Eyes Are Us" (Screwgun) 1:46:41
  • Thumbscrew "House Party Starting" from Theirs (Cuneiform) 2:04:41
  • Host talk 2:10:43
  • Ted Nash Quintet "Spinning Song" from Live at Dizzy's Coca Cola (Plastic Sax) 2:13:12

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