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Mauricio Farfan, Steve Khan, Alex Garcia, Erik Escobar, John Escreet

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Latin infused fusion from Mauricio Farfan, Steve Khan, Erik Escobar and Alex Garcia's AfroMantra. Plus John Escreet, Lost Tribe and Gene Lake. Playlist Mauricio Farfan “Simbiosis" from Travesia (M F Latin Music) 00:00 Steve Khan “Heard" from Subtext (Tone Centre) 12:05 Alex Garcia's AfroMantra “Coltranesque" from This Side of Mestizaje (Afro Mantra) 17:59 Erik ...

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John McLaughlin, Mike Stern, Teymur Phell, Justin Rothberg

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New music with John McLaughlin Liberation Time and Justin Rothberg, Steps Ahead, Teymur Phell, Mike Stern and Matt Twaddle.Playlist John McLaughlin “Lockdown Blues" from Liberation Time (Abstract Logix) 00:00 Steps Ahead “Tee Bag" from Live Under The Sky 1980 (Equinox 09:02 Teymur Phell “Master Volume" from Master Volume (Music TP) 18:05 Mike Stern “All ...

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Miles Davis, Erik Truffaz, John McLaughlin and more

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Miles Davis from the 1987 Live Under The Sky sessions, French trumpeter Erik Truffaz, saxophonist Gary Thomas and John McLaughlin. Playlist Miles Davis “The Senate-Me and U" from Live Under The Sky 1987 (Equinox Jazz) 00:00 Erik Truffaz “Tantrik" from Saloua (Capitol) 09:04 Gary Thomas “Out of Harms Way" from By Any Means Neccessary ...

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Rick Laird, Mahavishnu Orchestra, Horace Arnold, Tom Kennedy and Chick Corea

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Bassist Rick Laird left us on July 4th this year. Today we pay tribute to another fine musician, who has contributed much to music. We feature his work with The Mahavishnu Orchestra as well as with Joe Henderson and Horace Arnold. More recent releases from Gabor Lesko and Jeff Lorber. A re-issue from the 1979 Live ...

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Cameron Graves, Randal Despommier, Jeff Lorber Fusion and Graham Costello and Strata

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On today's program we begin with two dynamic piano players, Cameron Graves and Hiromi. Saxophonist Randal Despommier with his latestDio C'e and Space-Time from Jeff Lorber Fusion with Jimmy Haslip and Gary Novak. Playlist Cameron Graves “Sacred Spheres" from Seven (Mack Avenuel) 00:00 Hiromi “Double Personality" from Another Mind (Telarc) 06:18 Randal Despommier “Big ...

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Erik Escobar, Steve Hunt, Michael Manring, Alex Skolnick and much more

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Tracks from Steve Hunt's Attraction and Sixun's Nouvelle Vague plus, Attention Deficit with Michael Manring, the Alex Skolnick Trio, Third Rail with George Whitty and Dave Holland.Playlist Elektrik Market “Attraction" from Attraction (Spice Rack) 00:00 Sixun “Mo Moustic No Frog" from Nouvelle Vague (Birdology) 06:51 Attention Deficit “American Jingo" from The Idiot King (Magna ...

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Bruce Ditmas, Antonio Sanchez & Migration, Return To Forever And Erik Escobar

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Some contemporary jazz from Bruce Ditmas with John Abercrombie, plus The Meredian Suite from Antonio Sanchez & Migration. We finish with Erik Escobar, Return To Forever and the Yellowjackets.Playlist Steve Hunt “First Creation" from Connections (Spice Rack) 00:00 Bruce Ditmas"Pulp" from What If (Postcards) 08:34 Antonio Sanchez & Migration “Channels of Energy" from The ...

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Richard Hallebeek, Lyle Workman, Nir Felder and Teymur Phell

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On this program we revisit several releases featured in the past few months from guitarists Richard Hallebeek, Tohpati, Nir Felder and a 2019 release by bassist Teymur Phell. Playlist Cornelissen-Molenaar-Vollink “Amelia" from On Impulse (Self Produced) 00:00 Richard Hallebeek “Friday at Last" from Bumerang (Self Produced) Time 06:23 Tohpati “Tribal Dance" from Tribal Dance ...

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Philip Czarnecki and P C Fantasy, Phil Turcio from Melbourne, Mike Stern, Jeff Lorber and Erik Escobar

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Featured on this show: Melbourne keyboardist and producer Phil Turcio from his album Signals and a beautiful ballad composed by Mike Stern playing with Jeff Lorber. Also Brazilian pianist Erik Escobar and from Cuba pianist Gonzalo Rubalcaba.Playlist P C Fantasy “G-string Fantasy" from Course of the World (Self Produced) 00:00 Alex Sipiagin “38-58" from ...

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Billy Cobham, Larry Coryell, John Scofield, Gary Boyle and much more

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On today's program we dial it back to the '70s, with Billy Cobham, Jean-Luc Ponty and a feature on British jazz-rock from Gary Boyle and Isotope. Playlist Billy Cobham “Nickels and Dimes" from Inner Conflicts (Atlantic) 00:00 Larry Coryell “The Last Peavey" from Larry Coryell's Last swing with Ireland (Angel Air) 07:18 Jean-Luc Ponty ...


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