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Russ Johnson, Christian McBride and Noah Preminger

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Excellent recent albums from Russ Johnson and Christian McBride together with a focus on Noah Preminger lead a packed show with a mix a brand new releases and music from the archives.

Playlist

  • Russ Johnson, Rob Clearfield, Matt Ulery, Jon Deitemyer "Serpent Kane" from Headlands (Woolgathering Records) 00:00
  • Christian McBride "Walkin' Funny" from Christian McBride's New Jawn (Mack Avenue Records) 06:59
  • Bob Gluck "Spirit Unleashed" from Infinite Spirit Revisiting Music of the Mwandishi Band (FMR Records) 10:38
  • Pandelis Karayorgis "Outward on Pleasant Spheres" from Matchbox (Driff Records) 21:28
  • Noah Preminger "Where or When" from Before the Rain (Palmetto) 27:04
  • Noah Preminger "Where Seagulls Fly" from Dry Bridge Road (Nowt Records) 29:52
  • Noah Preminger "My Blues for You" from Genuinity (Criss Cross Jazz) 38:45
  • Pandelis Karayorgis "How Daisies Jiggle" from Matchbox (Driff Records) 45:56
  • Bob Gluck "Dolphin Dance" from Something Quiet (FMR Records) 52:52
  • Christian McBride "The Middle Man" from Christian McBride's New Jawn (Mack Avenue Records) 1:02:14
  • Russ Johnson, Rob Clearfield, Matt Ulery, Jon Deitemyer "Mon Calpe" from Headlands (Woolgathering Records) 1:07:14
  • Fredrik Nordstrom "Hometown Prophet" from Needs (Clean Feed) 1:15:30
  • Ada Rave Cuarteto "Baila Con Monk" from La Continuidad (Pan Y Rosas Discos) 1:21:57
  • Arild Andersen "Shimri" from Shimri (ECM) 1:30:06
  • Chris Pitsiokos, Susana Santos Silva, Torbjorn Zetterberg "Find Nothing" from Child of Illusion (Clean Feed) 1:36:26
  • Russ Johnson, Rob Clearfield, Matt Ulery, Jon Deitemyer "Wellenpeitschen" from Headlands (Woolgathering Records) 1:49:35
  • Christian McBride "John Day" from Christian McBride's New Jawn (Mack Avenue Records) 1:56:24

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