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The Red Microphone, Nicolas Politzer, Trevor Dunn & Surya Botofasina

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This episode of One Man's Jazz has bookends of much contrast, from the opening set of music featuring trumpeter Jaimie Branch to the closing pair of tunes locked in the transcendental mode of Alice Coltrane from one of her disciples, Surya Botofasina. In between, there's some great stuff highlighted by new releases from the poetry and improvisation of The Red Microphone, saxophonist Devin Daniels, a preview of bassist Trevor Dunn's new album for Pyroclastic, and Argentinean drummer Nicolas Politzer with an outstanding trio. Also on the bill, a couple from Toronto drummer Joe Sorbara's Oval Window label.

Playlist

  • Jaimie Branch "Theme Nothing" from Fly Or Die (Intl. Anthem) 00:00
  • Keefe Jackson's Project Project "The Grass Is Greener" from Just Like This (Delmark) 05:09
  • Dave Gisler Trio & Jaimie Branch "One Minute Too Late" from Zurich Concert ( Intakt) 14:02
  • Host speaks 22:39
  • The Red Microphone "A Bleeding In Black Leather" from A Bleeding In Black Leather (ESP Disk) 26:25
  • River People "Dragon Flies Of Red And Gold" from Sol Expression (Chap Chap) 34:09
  • Jerry Granelli V16 "It's A Man's World" from The Sonic Temple (Songlines ) 42:43
  • Host speaks 51:40
  • Devin Daniels "Gazelle" from Trio Exposition (Self-released) 53:05
  • Bruschini/Mulkerin/Preskoff/Bowman "Elevate Her Six" from Manix (Safehouse Studios) 1:00:28
  • Shaut/Knicely/Bowman "Saul Pencil" from Third Ghost (Safehouse Studios) 1:05:09
  • Bowman/Donica/Tidds/Giardullo "Starsky And Hutch" from O914NY (Safehouse Studios) 1:09:50
  • Host speaks 1:16:24
  • Trevor Dunn "Saint Medard" from Séances (Pyroclastic) 1:18:56
  • Apophenia "Statement # 1" from Protzeler (Robalo Music) 1:24:44
  • Hard Rubber Orchestra "Iguana" from Iguana (Redshift Music) 1:32:17
  • Angelica Sanchez Trio "A Fungus Amungus" from Sparkle Beings (Sunnyside) 1:39:07
  • Host speaks 1:46:36
  • Whit Dickey Quartet "Starship Lotus" from Root Perspectives (Tao Forms) 1:49:03
  • Saint Dirt Elementary School "High School Lunch Hour" from Hangin' Out With The Kid Who'd Eat Anything For A Dollar (Oval Window) 2:02:10
  • Host speaks 2:07:3
  • Joe Sorbara "They Turned this Way And That... . Then Laughed" from The Imperative (Oval Window) 2:09:18
  • Liberty Ship "Wizard" from Approaching (Eclipse Music) 2:14:20
  • Nicolas Politzer "Raida" from Será Niebla (Ears&Eyes) 2:20:01
  • Host speaks 2:25:33
  • Nicolas Politzer "Momo" from Será Niebla (Ears&Eyes) 2:26:48
  • Raoul Bjorkenheim "Solar Winds" from Solar Winds (Longsong) 2:34:31
  • Tiziano Tononi & The Ornettians "Broken Shadows" from Forms And Sounds Air Sculptures (Felmay) 2:43:05
  • Surya Botofasina "Beloved California Temple" from Everyone's Children (Spiritmuse) 2:50:04
  • Host speaks 2:54:57
  • Surya Botofasina "Surya Meditation" from Everyone's Children (Spiritmuse) 2:56:35

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