Shake Stew, Louis Sclavis, John Zorn and More New Releases

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After two weeks exploring the legacy of Enrico Rava, here we are catching up with more global new releases. Join Mondo Jazz in a journey that takes us to St. Petersburg (Zhenya Strigalev)—via London and Santiago Del Chile (Zhenya Strigalev and Federico Dannemann)—Tokyo (Ronin Arkestra)—via Los Angeles (Mark De Clive Lowe), Vienna (Shake Stew), Paris (Louis Sclavis), Rome (Alice Ricciardi and Piero Lussu) and, of course, New York (Dave Douglas, John Zorn, Julian Lage, Gyan Riley, Bill Frisell, Ted Nash, and Emma Frank) where all jazz roads lead and come from.

Happy listening!

  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Zhenya Strigalev, Federico Dannemann "Total Silence" The Change (Rainy Days) 0:16
  • Host talks 11:51
  • Ronin Arkestra "Cosmic Collisions" Sonkei (Albert's Favourites) 13:03
  • Shake Stew "Grilling Crickets in a Straw Hut, Pt. I" Gris Gris (Traumton) 20:45
  • Host talks 32:12
  • Louis Sclavis "Prison" Characters on a Wall (ECM) 33:46
  • Dave Douglas "Free Libraries" Engage (Greenleaf) 38:46
  • Julian Lage, Gyan Riley, Bill Frisell, "Laudes Creaturarum" Nove Cantici Per Francesco D'Assisi (Tzadik) 45:27
  • Host talks 47:58
  • Ted Nash "Cool" Somewhere Else: West Side Story Songs (Plastic Sax) 50:49
  • Alice Ricciardi, Pietro Lussu "Catch a Falling Star" Catch a Falling Star (Gibigiana) 55:02
  • Emma Frank "Sometimes" Come Back (Justin Time) 58:53
Photo credit (Shake Stew): Andreas Waldschuetz.

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