Ron Miles, Antônio Neves, Gard Nilssen, Mauro Ottolini & More New Releases

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You feel like you need a shot of energy because you've been at home too long, or you dream about traveling around the world but you're stuck in lock-down mode. Or maybe you feel curious about the ways in which jazz can advocate environmental or social causes. Or you're simply curious about new and exciting jazz releases. Click the player above because you've just hit the mother lode of albums which check all the boxes.

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  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Ernesto Cervini "Softly, As in a Morning Sunrise" Tetrahedron (Anzic) 0:16
  • Host talks 3:31
  • Kungen Jazz "When I Think About Space" Over and Out (Self-released) 3:48
  • Host talks 10:24
  • Dave Gisler Trio "What Goes up..." Zurich Concert (Intakt) 11:26
  • Sylvain Rifflet "Factory Girl" Rebellion(s) (BMC) 16:21
  • Host talks 22:01
  • Gard Nilssen's Supersonic Orchestra "Jack" If You Listen Carefully the Music Is Yours (Odin) 23:38
  • Antônio Neves "Forte Apache" A Pegada Agora É Essa (The Sway Now) (Far Out) 31:19
  • Mauro Ottolini "Black Tide" Sea Shell: Musica per conchiglie (Playaudio) 37:07
  • Host talks 41:09
  • Mauro Ottolini "Atlanta Blues-Make Me One Pallet on Your Floor" Storyville Story (Parco della Musica) 42:19
  • Becca Stevens, Elan Mehler "Deep Purple" Pallet on Your Floor (Newvelle) 46:04
  • Host talks 50:14
  • Ron Miles "Like These Who Dream" Rainbow Sign (Blue Note) 52:40
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