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Sun-Mi Hong, Christine Correa, Muriel Grossmann & Manuel Hermia

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This episode is filled with new interesting new releases, highlighted by ex-pat South Korean drummer Sun Mi Hong who's settled nicely into the Amsterdam scene, vocalist Christine Correa's take on the seminal music of Abbey Lincoln & Max Roach, saxophonist Muriel Grossmann's spiritual and spirited approach, and Belgian saxophonist Manuel Hermia with his latest band, Freetet. Gebhard Ullmann turns to the clarinet on a new one from the esteemed Clarinet Trio, and Chicago's Earscratcher rollicks up the place while fellow Chicagoans guitarist Dan Phillips and bassist Krzysztof Pabian provide contrasting subtle but heavy duo play. Plenty more as usual.

Playlist

  • Chad Fowler, William Parker & Anders Griffen "Marker" from Broken Unbroken (Mahakala) 00:00
  • Host speaks 15:25
  • Dan Phillips& Krzysztof Pabian "Intersection Parallels Part 7" from Intersection Parallels (Lizard Breath) 17:54
  • Dreamstruck "Transits" from With Grace In Mind (FSR) 26:34
  • Caleb Wheeler Curtis "Splinters" from Heat Map (Imani) 33:00
  • Avram Fefer Quartet "Say You're Sorry" from Juba Lee (Clean Feed) 36:46
  • Host speaks 43:08
  • Earscratcher "Mimikaki" from Earscratcher (Aerophonic) 45:01
  • Ouat "This Spring Is This" from The Strange Adventures Of Jesper Klint (Umlaut ) 1:01:21
  • Host speaks 1:11:27
  • Sun Mi Hong "Blind" from Third Page: Resonance (Edition) 1:13:45
  • Josh Sinton Predicate Quartet "Gateway" from Four Freedoms (FIP) 1:23:18
  • Dan Weiss Trio "For Andrei Tarkovsky" from Dedication (Cygnus) 1:31:05
  • Host speaks 1:39:18
  • Chistine Correa "Tears For Johannesburg" from Just You Stand And Listen With Me (Sunnyside) 1:41:42
  • Zoh Amba, Chad Fowler & William Parker "Alien Skin" from Alien Skin (Mahakala) 1:49:25
  • Host speaks 1:56:11
  • Muriel Grossmann "Liberation" from Universal Code (Dreamland) 1:57:12
  • Rick Countryman & Yong Yandsen "Dance Of The Two Legged Spider" from Live Fact Session (FMR) 2:04:16
  • Host speaks 2:12:34
  • Manuel Hermia "Hidden Codes" from Freetet (Igloo) 2:14:07
  • Leon Thomas "Shape Your Mind To Die" from Blues And The Soulful Truth (Flying Dutchman) 2:19:57
  • Jesse Morrow Trio "Redivider" from Live At Bacchanal (Breakfast4Dinner) 2:25:13
  • Host speaks 2:31:04
  • The Clarinet Trio "Tension/Varie" from Transformations And Further Passages (Leo Records) 2:32:39
  • Corpulent "Vanishing Time" from Wolfwalk (Umlaut) 2:40:03
  • Dennis Gonzalez NewDallasOrleansippi "Drew Do" from Debenge Debenge (Silkheart) 2:47:28
  • Host speaks 2:55:08
  • Monica Agosti "Story Tellers/Search For Life" from Ornettiana (Aut) 2:57:33

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