An energetic episode this time around on One Man's Jazz! There's plenty of punch from South African drummer and composer Asher Gamedze, trombonist Steve Swell's Fire Into Music (featuring the late Jemeel Moondoc), L.A. trumpeter Dan Rosenboom with a killer band, New Zealand mates drummer Edward Ware and saxophonist Jeff Henderson reunion, the quirky Imaginary Big Band from England led by bassist Fergus Quill, and the French quartet Plume. Grounding it all is the excellent trio of pianist Eva Novoa, bassist Masa Kamaguchi and drummer Gerald Cleaver, Norwegian drummer Tore T. Sandbakken, and the experimental Tropos Ensemble.
Orchestre Nazionale Della Luna "Al Qamar" from There Is Still Life On Earth (BMC) 00:00
Host speaks 08:44
Dan Rosenboom "War Money" from Polarity (Orenda) 10:48
Jim Black & The Schrimps "Surely" from Ain't No Saint (Intakt) 18:46
Rob Mazurek's Exploding Star Orch. "Shape Shifter" from Lightning Dreams (Cuneiform) 23:36
Host speaks 28:51
Steve Swell Fire Into Music "Space Cowboys" from For JemeelFire From The Road (Rogue Art) 30:56
Frank Gratkowsky & Simon Nabatov "Cagey" from Tender Mercies (Clean Feed) 43:19
Antti Lotjonen Quintet East "It Goes On" from Circus/Citadel (We Jazz) 47:43
Fergus Quill "There Is A Balm In Gilead" from Ferg's Imaginary Orchestra (Tight Lines) 2:21:55
Patrick Brennan & Sonic Openings "Tilting Curvaceous Part 9" from Tilting Curvaceous (Clean Feed) 2:25:03
Eva Novoa, Masa Kamaguchi. & Gerald Cleaver "Circles In Blue" from Novoa/Kamaguchi/Cleaver (577) 2:29:34
Host speaks 2:36:53
Tropos Ensemble "The Garden" from Shadow Music (Endectomorph) 2:38:23
JuJu "Make Your Own Revolution" from A Message from Mozambique (Strata East/Strut) 2:46:17
Host speaks 2:57:16
Tore T. Sandbakken "I Went To The Woods" from Imperfect Solitude (Jazzland) 2:58:52
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