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Rodrigo Amado, Pepa Paivinen & Luca Perciballi


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There's a distinct European flavour to this episode of One Man's Jazz. Powerhouse Portuguese saxophonist Rodrigo Amado snagged three of Norway's top improvisers Thomas Johansson, Jon Rune Strøm and Gard Nilssen) to form a new band he calls Northern Liberties, and the quartet does exactly that on the new We Are Electric. Also in this playlist are guitarists Javier Subatin from Portugal and Luca Perciballi and Francesco Baiguera from Italy, while from northern climes, saxophonist Pepa Päivinen debuts a new release called Personal Breath. Also new is Elements from free jazz drummer Gunter Sommer with pianist Fabrizio Puglisi. Lots more for you plus the duo Futrai—Satoko Fujii and Taiko Saito from Japan.


  • Adam O'Farrill "Hopeful Heart" from Visions Of Your Other (Biophilia) 00:00
  • Javier Subatin "Mountain #4" from Mountains (Habitable) 07:31
  • Artifacts "Blessed" from ..And Then There's This (Astral Spirits) 13:33
  • Host speaks 17:56
  • Gunter Baby Sommer & Fabrizio Puglisi "Elements: Earth" from Elements (Aut Records) 20:43
  • Flow Trio "Recombinant" from Winter Garden (ESP-Disk) 29:02
  • Atomic "Karin's Mode" from Pet Variations (Odin) 36:25
  • Lior Milliger "Balanced Action" from Your Comfort Zone Will Kill You (Orbit 577 Records) 42:33
  • Host speaks 49:11
  • Luca Perciballi "Breeding Cycle Part I" from Approximately Grids With A Plan (Aut Records) 51:24
  • Luca Perciballi "Breeding Cycle Part II" from Approximately Grids With A Plan (Aut Records) 59:02
  • Host speaks 1:07:48
  • William Parker "Antonioni" from Lights In The Rain (Centering/AUM Fidelity) 1:09:19
  • William Parker "Visconti" from Lights In The Rain (Centering/AUM Fidelity) 1:15:20
  • Francesco Baiguera "Intermezzo" from Post Jazz Chamber Music (Aut Records) 1:25:40
  • Host speaks 1:31:57
  • Pepa Paivinen "1.5.1918" from Personal Breath (Orbit 577) 1:34:07
  • Art Ensemble Of Chicago "Funky Aeco" from The Third Decade (ECM) 1:43:22
  • Host speaks 1:50:59
  • Futari "Finite Or Infinite" from Underground Vol. 2 (Libra) 1:53:01
  • Host speaks 2:01:01
  • Rodrigo Amado & Northern Liberties "Activity" from We Are Electric (NotTwo) 2:02:09
  • Ritual Habitual "Pagan Chant" from Pagan Chant (Clean Feed) 2:14:39
  • Joao Lencastre's Communion "No Filter" from Unlimited Dreams (Clean Feed) 2:19:48
  • Host speaks 2:27:26
  • The Pan Afrikan Peoples Arkestra "Coltrane Medley" from Flight 17 (Nimbus West) 2:29:12
  • Trevor Dunn's Trio Convulsant "Specter of Serling" from Sister Phantom Owl Fish (Ipecac) 2:37:02
  • Host speaks 2:43:09
  • William Parker & Patricia Nicholson Parker "Flare Up" from No Joke! (ESP-Disk) 2:44:26



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