Sophie Alour, Aaron Parks, Sarah Murcia, UR-Kestra and Other New Releases

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Plenty of European jazz on this week's show, with a special focus on the French scene and the mighty Convervatorium von Amsterdam Concert Big Band's new album. Also featured the great new releases by Aaron Parks and by Jason Palmer as well as the debut EP of the promising young quartet featuring Dallas Vietty, Bryce Nathan, Jim Hamilton, Stephen Herrick , Maya Keren, Camila Nebbia, Diana Arias, Lesley Mok.

Happy listening!


  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • CvA Concert Big Band ft. Reinier Baas, Johan Plomp "Eyjafjallajökull" Beyond the Sum of All Parts (Challenge) 16:00
  • Host talks 6:36
  • UR-Kestra "Oopa" When (UR) 8:04
  • Aaron Parks "My Mistake" Little Big II: Dreams of a Mechanical Man (Ropeadope) 13:18
  • Sarah Murcia "Come Back Later" Eyeballing (DStream) 18:10
  • Host talks 22:07
  • Magic Malik "Daahoud" Jazz Association (jazz&people) 24:06
  • Magic Malik "Joy Spring" Jazz Association (jazz&people) 25:50
  • Sophie Alour "For Foot and Spirit" Joy (Music from Source) 29:37
  • Christophe dal Sasso "Le Renouveau" The Palmer Suite (jazz&people) 32:26
  • Host talks 37:54
  • Jason Palmer "Christ in the Storm on the Lake of Galilee" The Concert: 12 Musings for Isabella (Giant Step Arts) 39:17
  • Mihaly Borbely Quartet "If Possible" Grenadilla (BMC) 50:27
  • Host talks 53:15
  • Maya Keren, Camila Nebbia, Diana Arias, Lesley Mok "Constancia" Yo No Sé de Pájaros (Self-released) 54:50

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