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Steph Richards, Dwight Trible, Roberto Ottaviano, Craig Taborn & More New Releases

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This week our playlist is bursting at the seams with great projects, several of which explore the renewed interest in what many like to call 'spiritual jazz,' from Roberto Ottaviano to Dwight Trible's Cosmic Vibrations and Matthew Halsall out of the increasingly interesting Manchester jazz scene. The rest of the playlist alternates forward looking projects like the welcome return of Craig Taborn's Junk Magic, Supersense the multisensory project by Stephanie Richards with Jason Moran, or Torbjorn Zetterberg's Den Stora Frågan, with powerful straight-ahead releases like the debut stunners by Immanuel Wilkins and the Doxas Brothers. In the middle of it all, a feel-good jazz-meets-soul of Curtis Mayfield by William Parker and Leena Conquest with the help of a choir of 90 kids from Paris' suburbs.

Happy listening!

Playlist

  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Roberto Ottaviano's Eternal Love "Ijo Ki Mba Jo" Resonance & Rhapsodies (Dodicilune) 0:16
  • Host talks 05:08
  • Matthew Halsall "Joyful Spirits of the Universe" Salute to the Sun (Gondwana) 6:39
  • Host talks 17:13
  • Cosmic Vibrations feat. Dwight Trible "OLBAP" Pathways & Passages (Spiritmuse) 18:40
  • William Parker Ensemble feat. Leena Conquest "New World Order" New World Order ~ Soledad (AUM Fidelity) 28:09
  • Host talks 34:56
  • Torbjörn Zetterberg & Den Stora Frågan "Meningen Med Vad" Are You Happy? (Moserobie) 36:44
  • Steph Richards "Supersense" Supersense (Northern Spy) 43:58
  • Host talks 51:58
  • Immanuel Wilkins "Part 2. Saudade" Omega (Blue Note) 53:16
  • Junk Magic "Laser Beaming Hearts" Compass Confusion (Pyroclastic) 1:00:39
  • Host talks 1:07:44
  • Doxas Brothers "Another Soapbox" The Circle (Justin Time) 1:08:25
Photo credit: Chris Weiss.

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