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Roger Lewis, Gordon Grdina, Nick Dunston & O' Canada!


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Hour one of this episode lands on New Orleans for a taste of new albums by the veteran saxophonist Roger Lewis's debut as a leader and poet Don Paul with a great band. Polish keyboardist Kamil Piotrowski was in NYC for the recent Jazztopad Festival, collaborating with locals, but I've got his latest Polish release to sample. Bassist Nick Dunston continues his creative ways with his new Spider Season, as do Vancouver guitarist Gordon Grdina with two new albums and Toronto bassist Alex Fournier. That pair plus a final set of music from other Canadian bands is a salute to Canada's national holiday which took place the day after this show first aired on Taint Radio.


  • Roger Lewis "Get Your Jam On!" from Alright! (Irresistible Revolutionary) 00:00
  • Host speaks 05:29
  • Roger Lewis "Maybe You See Horses" from Alright! (Irresistible Revolutionary) 07:10
  • Tomas Fujiwara Triple Double "Silhouettes In Smoke" from March (Firehouse 12) 16:53
  • Lisbeth Quartet "Release" from Release (Intakt) 22:18
  • Host speaks 28:46
  • Gordon Grdina Nomad Trio "Parksville" from Boiling Point (Astral Spirits) 30:29
  • Jonathan Reisin "It's Not The Same" from Option B (Habitable) 36:29
  • Relative Motion Trio "Missiles or Microbe?" from Relative Motion (Self-released) 43:49
  • Host speaks 49:22
  • Don Paul "About Reinaldo, Mourning & Outrage" from Love Over War (Irresistible Revolutionary) 51:14
  • David Binney "Casa" from Tomorrow's Journey (Ghost Note) 1:00:08
  • Billy Mohler "Equals" from Anatomy (Contagious) 1:10:59
  • Host speaks 1:18:05
  • Nick Dunston Trio "Vicious Daily Fashion" from Spider Season (Out Of Your Head) 1:20:40
  • Nick Dunston Trio "Dystopian Christmas" from Spider Season (Out Of Your Head) 1:26:09
  • Yells At Eels "Tag" from Cape Of Storms (Ayler Records) 1:29:26
  • Host speaks 1:36:14
  • Gordon Grdina}} , Matthew Shipp & Mark Helias "Pathways" from Pathways (Attaboygirl) 1:37:22
  • Florian Arbenz "Sin Tar Danza" from Conversations 5—Elemental (Self-released) 1:45:37
  • Host speaks 1:53:03
  • Zebra Street Band "And Then We Playd Those Clouds Away" from Shirwku (Self-released) 1:55:01
  • Tuscany Music Revolution "VI" from Tuscany Music Revolution (Aut Recods) 2:00:48
  • Host speaks 2:08:39
  • Jeremy Cunningham, Dustin Laurenzi & Paul Bryan "New Dust" from Better Ghosts (Northern Spy) 2:10:18
  • Alex Bayer "Liminal—Prelude" from Radar (Mono-Ton) 2:16:04
  • Alex Bayer "Liminal" from Radar (Mono-Ton) 2:17:34
  • Host speaks 2:23:33
  • Kamil Piotrowicz Sextet "17th August" from Weird Heaven (Howard) 2:24:39
  • Flash Pig "QG" from Le Plus Longtemps Possible (French Keys) 2:30:40
  • Host speaks 2:36:10
  • Alex Fournier Tri-io "Salt Lick City" from Six-ish Plateaus (Elastic) 2:37:50
  • My Misshapen Ear "CT" from Washing Windows (Oval Windows) 2:47:53
  • Harris Eisenstadt's Canada Day Quartet "Poschavio Four Voice #4" from Canada Day Quartet Live (Clean Feed) 2:52:59

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