Roxana Amed, Francesco Chiapperini, Dr. Lonnie Smith, Hitra & Other New Releases

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The return of Garage a Trois to its original line-up (Charlie Hunter, Skerik, Stanton Moore) kicks off a show featuring plenty of new and upcoming releases delivering good energy, adventure, sophistication and dreams of wide open spaces. A special mention for the upcoming album by Argentinean singer Roxana Amed which confirms her as unique voice on today's jazz scene.

Happy listening!


  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Garage a Trois "Calm Down Cologne" Calm Down Cologne (Royal Potato Family) 0:16
  • Host talks 2:51
  • Pierrick Pedron "Bullet T" Fifty-Fifty (Gazebo) 5:04
  • Dr. Lonnie Smith "Bright Eyes" Breathe (Blue Note) 10:24
  • Host talks 17:37
  • Fabio Accardi "Oxygen" Breathe (Mordente) 18:33
  • Roxana Amed "Tumbleweed" Tumbleweed -Single (Sony Latin) 25:35
  • Host talks 32:25
  • Giovanni Di Carlo "Chauncey St." A Child's Eyes (Emme) 34:12
  • Frank Martino "Gravy Train" Ego Boost (Auand) 38:46
  • HITRA "Künftiges" Transparence (AMP) 44:06
  • Host talks 48:20
  • Jakob Bro "Music for Black Pigeons" Uma Elmo (ECM) 50:08
  • Warped Dreamer "Ixwele" Live at BimHuis (Consouling Sounds) 56:52
  • Hubert Dupont, Antoine Berjeaut, Steve Arguelles "Reckon" Trio Kosmos (Ultrabolic) 1:02:47
  • Host talks 1:12:04
  • Francesco Chiapperini "Prendi e perdi" On the Bare Rocks and Glaciers (Caligola) 1:13:29
  • The Westerlies, Theo Bleckmann "Land" This Land (MRI) 1:18:17

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