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Some of the jazz world's top female improvisers are front and center in this episode. Anna Webber and Angela Morris, two Canadian expat saxophonists who've earned big cred in New York, have released Both Are True with their excellent big band. Portuguese trumpeter Susana Santos Silva has a new album with her quintet, Impermanence. You'll also hear from two important pianists: Andrea Keller from Australia and Pia Hernandez from Argentina. Also on the bill, a key artist like Tim Berne and Snakeoil, debuting The Fantastic Mrs. 10 on Intakt, switching over from ECM as well as English drummer Andrew Bain and his free improv quartet.


  • Daniel Rosenboom "Pushed to the Edge of Ideas by Dispassionate Bias-Algorithm Bots" from Absurd in the Anthropocene (Orenda) 00:00
  • Daniel Rosenboom "Nebulounge" from Absurd in the Anthropocene (Orenda) 05:34
  • Host speaks 10:43
  • Tim Berne's Snakeoil "Third Option" from The Fantastic Mrs. 10 (Intakt) 13:17
  • Forefront "Felicien Rops" from Absentia (Auand) 27:48
  • Fabio Delvò "La Canza Dell'Elefante" from Both People (Self-released) 36:58
  • Host speaks 42:04
  • Dave Liebman, Kristjan Randalu "Les Tuilleries" from Mussorgsky Pictures Revisited (BMC) 43:27
  • Treesearch "Know More Knowledge" from Know More Knowledge (577 Records) 48:49
  • Host speaks 52:17
  • Sean Conly "Skippin' Town (1000 Mile Rule)" from Hard Knocks (Clean Feed) 53:10
  • Pia Hernandez Trio "La Torre" from Lilith (Irazu) 59:53
  • Host speaks 1:07:36
  • Christian McBride "Rosa Introduces Malcolm" from The Movement: Revisited (Mack Avenue) 1:08:52
  • Christian McBride "Brother Malcolm: Prologue" from The Movement: Revisited (Mack Avenue) 1:12:02
  • Christian McBride "Brother Malcolm" from The Movement: Revisited (Mack Avenue)1:14:52
  • Host speaks 1:22:20
  • Andrew Bain Quartet "Improvisation" from No Boundaries (Whirlwind) 1:23:57
  • Susana Santos Silva & Impermanence "The Healer" from The Ocean Inside a Stone (Portajazz) 1:40:36
  • Host speaks 1:47:15
  • Tim Berne's Snakeoil "Surface Noise" from The Fantastic Mrs. 10 (Intakt) 1:47:48
  • Webber-Morris Big Band "Climbing On Mirrors" from Both Are True (Greenleaf) 1:59:18
  • Host speaks 2:09:54
  • Webber-Morris Big Band "Both Are True" from Both Are True (Greenleaf) 2:12:04
  • Florian Chaigne & The Big Room "Faces And Places" from 2018 (Self-released) 2:22:14
  • Andrea Keller's Five Below "Warm Voices" from Five Below Live (Jazzhead) 2:26:11
  • Chicago Underground Quartet "Strange Wing" from Good Days (Astral Spirits) 2:31:31
  • Host speaks 2:39:27
  • Torbjorn Zetterberg "Cherry Tree Carol -Weekday Miracles" from The Great Question (Corbett vs Dempsey) 2:41:26

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