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Schubert, Uchihashi, And Kugel Breaking Boundaries And More

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On this show we feature a selection of exciting new releases including fascinating genre-crossing explorations from Frank Paul Schubert, Kazuhisa Uchihashi and Klaus Kugel. In addition there is music from SoSoLa, Sam Bardfeld, Leap Day Trio, Satoko Fujii and Otomo Yoshihide, plus Mike Bell.

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  • Show Intro 00:00
  • Frank Paul Schubert, Kazuhisa Uchihashi and Klaus Kugel "Explosive Past" from Black Holes Are Hard To Find (NEMU) 00:53
  • SoSoLa "Enough Is Enough" from Nu World Trashed (DooBeeDoo Records) 15:06
  • Sam Bardfeld "It Might Not Work" from Refuge (Brooklyn Jazz Underground Records) 20:47
  • Leap Day Trio "Dewey Spirit" from Live At The Cafe Bohemia (Giant Step Arts) 26:58
  • Satoko Fujii and Otomo Yoshihide "Perpetual Motion II" from Perpetual Motion (Ayler Records) 39:01
  • Mike Bell "Jazz On The Rails" from Jazz On The Rails (Self Released) 55:11
  • Frank Paul Schubert, Kazuhisa Uchihashi and Klaus Kugel "New Kind Of Terrain" from Black Holes Are Hard To Find (NEMU) 1:00:31
  • SoSoLa "Sad Sad Sad Sake" from Nu World Trashed (DooBeeDoo Records) 1:11:08
  • Leap Day Trio "Strival for Survival" from Live At The Cafe Bohemia (Giant Step Arts) 1:22:07
  • Sam Bardfeld "Refuge" from Refuge (Brooklyn Jazz Underground Records) 1:29:27
  • Frank Paul Schubert, Kazuhisa Uchihashi and Klaus Kugel "Supersonic Interaction" from Black Holes Are Hard To Find (NEMU) 1:35:34
  • SoSoLa "What's What" from Nu World Trashed (DooBeeDoo Records) 1:48:24
  • Leap Day Trio "Gospel Flowers" from Live At The Cafe Bohemia (Giant Step Arts) 1:53:54

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