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Reid, Halvorson, Roebke and Fujiwara

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On this show a focus on the outstanding 2019 album from Tomeka Reid, Mary Halvorson, Jason Roebke and Tomas Fujiwara called Old New. To compliment those selections there are also tracks from each of the band members in various other units demonstrating the excellent music that each of these musicians create. There are also other fantastic ...

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Crosscurrents Trio, Dave Douglas, Aaron Dolman and More

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This week a focus on four great new albums from Dave Douglas, The Crosscurrents Trio (Dave Holland, Chris Potter, Zakir Hussain), Aaron Dolman and Matana Roberts. Also a selection of other newly released material and some live Miles Davis. Playlist Dave Douglas “Showing Up" from Engage (Greenleaf) 00:00 Dave Holland, Zakir Hussain, Chris ...

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Illegal Crowns

Label: Rogue Art
Released: 2016
Track listing: Colle & Acrylique; Thoby's Sister; Illegal Crown; Holograms; Solar Mail; Wry Tulips.

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Illegal Crowns: Illegal Crowns

Read "Illegal Crowns" reviewed by John Sharpe


Three quarters of the cast on Illegal Crowns comprises familiar faces and frequent collaborators. Cornetist Taylor Ho Bynum and guitarist Mary Halvorson have enjoyed long associations with iconoclastic composer and reedman Anthony Braxton. With the addition of drummer Tomas Fujiwara, they constitute Bynum's Trio and the larger part of The Thirteenth Assembly, whose Station Direct (Important, ...


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