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Sullivan Fortner, Elsa Nilsson, Isaiah Collier, Endea Owens & More


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Stevie Wonder, Maya Angelou, Ryuichi Sakamoto, the crazy world we live in, and the world immigrants left behind are some of the sources of inspiration of the intriguing music featured this week.

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  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Isaiah Collier "Retreat" Parallel Universe (Night Dreamer) 0:16
  • Host talks 8:15
  • Endea Owens "For the People" Feel Good Music (BassBae Music) 10:00
  • Host talks 16:40
  • Sullivan Fortner "Don't You Worry About a Thing" Solo Game (Artwork) 18:11
  • Fabrice Martinez "As If You Read My Mind" Stev'in My Mind (Collectif la boutique) 21:56
  • Host talks 25:37
  • Steven Lugerner "No Justice, No Peace" SLUGish Ensemble: In Solitude (Slow & Steady) 27:23
  • Asynchrone "Riot in Lagos" Plastic Bamboo (No Format!) 34:36
  • Host talks 40:39
  • Trond Kallevåg "Enveisbillett" Amerikabåten (Hubro) 43:05
  • Elsa Nilsson "The River, Rock, Tree" Pulses (ears&eyes) 47:48
  • Host talks 54:54
  • Ray Angry, Dave McMurray, Questlove "Atomic Number" Plumb (JMI/Outside In Music) 55:57

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