Resetting the Standard - Part 2By
Click the play button to listenThis is the second part of an edition of Mondo Jazz that explores the repertoire built over the years by countless women composers, which are in part included in New Standards, the collection of 101 compositions by women composers curated by Terri Lyne Carrington for Berklee Press. For our selection we focus on instrumental tunes by musicians that are alive, and possibly still very young.
- Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
- Susie Ibarra Trio "Azul" Songbird Suite (Tzadik) 0:16
- Host talks 4:28
- Nubya Garcia "The Message Continues" Source (Concord) 6:24
- Host talks 13:08
- Co Streiff Sextet "Nus Nus" Qattara (Intakt) 14:25
- Airelle Besson "The Painter & the Boxer" Radio One (naïve) 18:37
- Host talks 23:32
- Anke Helfrich Trio "Upper Westside" You'll See (Double Moon) 25:25
- Patricia Zarate Perez "Continental Cliff" Violetas (Cholo Music) 32:04
- Courtney Bryan "Footsteps of a Queen" Quest for Freedom (Self-released) 37:13
- Host talks 44:07
- Anna Hogberg Attack "Dansa Margit" Lena (Omlott) 45:17
- Kris Davis (feat. Terri Lyne Carrington) "Sympodial Sunflower" Diatom Ribbons (Pyroclastic) 53:10
- Host talks 57:22
- Tomeka Reid "Etoile" Tomeka Reid Quartet (Thirsty Ear) 59:10
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