The New Album From Mario Costa And A Dip Into The Archive

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On this show new cutting edge jazz together with classic and contemporary sounds from the archives.

The featured album is the latest release on Clean Feed from Portuguese drummer Mário Costa playing live at the 26th Festival de Jazz na Praca da Erva, in Viana do Castelo, Portugal, in July 2017, along with French musicians Marc Ducret (guitar) and Benoit Delbecq (keyboards). The three musicians present an exciting new take on the jazz trio, creating an impressive and memorable listening experience.

The other selections in the show offer a wide choice of styles and sounds from across the years.


  • Mario Costa "Liquid Stories" from Oxy Patina (Clean Feed) 00:00
  • Serge Chaloff "A Handful of Stars" from Blue Serge (Capitol) 08:06
  • Bobby Previte "Counterclockwise" from Counterclockwise (Palmetto) 14:09
  • Wayne Horvitz "Julian's Ballad" from Sweeter Than The Day (Songlines) 19:20
  • Larry Young "Khalid Of Space Part Two : Welcome" from Lawrence of Newark (Perception Records) 25:57
  • Gilad Atzmon "The Romantic Church" from The Whistler Blower (Fanfare Jazz) 39:23
  • James Carter "Freedom Jazz Dance" from Live at Baker's Keyboard Lounge (Warner Brothers) 46:03
  • Mario Costa "Pigmented" from Oxy Patina (Clean Feed) 56:25
  • Art Ensemble Of Chicago "The Meeting" from The Meeting (Pi Records) 1:02:11
  • Jon Balke "In Patches" from Diverted Travels (ECM) 1:09:26
  • ScoLoHoFo "New Amsterdam" from Oh! (Blue Note) 1:15:59
  • Michael Brecker "Scylla" from Wide Angles (Verve) 1:28:51
  • Kahil El'Zabar "The Ebullient Duke" from Love Outside of Dreams (Delmark) 1:40:30
  • The Bad Plus "Iron Man" from Give (Columbia) 1:50:30
  • Mario Costa "Abismo" from Oxy Patina (Clean Feed) 1:57:11

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