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Sebastien Ammann’s Color Wheel, Kenny Warren Trio and More

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I doubt you would get much argument that trumpet players Herb Robertson and Dave Ballou, bassist Drew Gress and drummer Tom Rainey are among the finest of their generation. When Robertson and Ballou decided to form a quartet back in 2005, those four musical minds coming together pretty much assured some magic would happen. In 2007 The MacroQuarktet was booked into The Stone in NY; the performance was their first public appearance and as it turned out, completely unrehearsed and unscripted. The first set of that night was released as Each Part Whole in 2009, but the second set was never released, until now. Out Of Your Head Records is releasing The Complete Night: Live at the Stone NYC, a double album that features that second set and a re-issue of the first. It's the feature recording this episode. Right next to that is a fine release by pianist Sebastien Ammann's Color Wheel called Resilience. Among other debuts are the German trio of Oli Steidle, Hannes Selig and Dan Nicholls, the Kenny Warren Trio and Chicago's Mako Sica featuring Hamid Drake.

Playlist

  • Damir Bacikin - Damir Out Loud "Psychedelic People" from Earworm! (Shoebill Music) 00:00
  • Host speaks 10:04
  • Sebastien Ammann's Color Wheel "Untangled" from Resilience (Skirl) 12:37
  • Pandelis Karayorgis Double Trio "Weft" from Cliffpools (Driff) 24:09
  • Elliot Galvin "Coda" from Live in Paris at Fondation Louis Vuitton (Edition) 30:50
  • Host speaks 33:05
  • Kenny WarrenTrio "House Plants Off" from In The Heat (Whirlpool) 34:47
  • Lakecia Benjamin "Walk with Me" from Pursuance: The Coltranes (Ropeadope) 40:42
  • Giuseppe Paradiso's Meridian 17 "E Lucevan Le Stelle" from Metropolitan Sketches (Self-released) 47:43
  • Host speaks 52:45
  • Mako Sica "Enchanted Cry" from Balancing Tear (Astral Spirits) 53:52
  • Sebastien Ammann's Color Wheel "Pedestrian Space" from Resilience (Skirl) 59:25
  • Host speaks 1:05:24
  • MacroQuarktet "Basal D. Ganglia Part I" from The Complete Night: Live at the Stone NYC (Out Of Your Head) 1:07:39
  • MacroQuarktet "Basal D. Ganglia Part II" from The Complete Night: Live at the Stone NYC (Out Of Your Head) 1:11:13
  • MacroQuarktet "Basal D. Ganglia Part III" from The Complete Night: Live at the Stone NYC (Out Of Your Head) 1:15:17
  • See Through 4 "Scars to Show" from False Ghosts, Minor Fears (Self-released) 1:19:12
  • Host speaks 1:28:23
  • Oli Steidle, Hannes Selig, Dan Nicholls "Credo" from Credo (Trouble In The East) 1:29:30
  • Fredrik Lundin "Being in a Dark Place" from 5 Go Adventuring Again (Stunt) 1:40:03
  • Brian GroderTrio "Spangling" from Luminous Arcs (Latham) 1:44:38
  • Host speaks 1:51:14
  • Anthony Ortega "Scattered Clouds" from Scattered Clouds (Hat Hut) 1:52:25
  • More Cutouts "Sandpile" from Cutout (Driff) 1:59:25
  • John Dikeman's ACA Duo "More" from Mo Faya! (Self-released) 2:09:31
  • Host speaks 2:18:34
  • Monocled Man "Bernabe Jurado" from Bernabe Jurado (Whirlwind) 2:20:28
  • Gordon Grdina "Nomad" from Nomad (Skirl) 2:27:32
  • Kenny Warren Trio "Finally a Breeze" from In the Heat (Whirlpool) 2:34:30
  • Aruán Ortiz "Angeliers Disciple" from Inside Rhythmic Falls (Intakt) 2:41:51
  • Host speaks 2:48:55
  • Barry Long "Wade in the Water" from Freedom Sounds (Self-released) 2:49:47

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