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Tony Allen, Hugh Masekela, Luciana Souza, Dave Douglas & Other New Releases

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We may be in lock-down mode but oustading jazz releases keep coming out as if nothing were of the COVID and the social distancing, bringing us much needed relief. One more reason to pay tribute to today's artists and to encourage everyone to support the music scene by purchasing music directly from the musicians and labels that make them.

An hour of incredible collaborations, music for the dreamworld and from some of today's best trumpet players.

Happy listening!

Playlist

  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" Mondo Jazz Theme (Self-released) 0:00
  • Makaya McCraven "The Crutch" We're New Again: A Reimagining by Makaya McCraven (XL) 0:16
  • Host Talks 2:46
  • Tony Allen, Hugh Masekela "We've Landed" Rejoice (World Circuit) 4:01
  • Adrian Younge, Ali Shaheed Muhammad "Conexão" Jazz Is Dead 001 (Jazz is Dead) 8:38
  • Will Bernard "Pusher Danish" Freelance Subversives (Ropeadope) 11:39
  • Host Talks 17:33
  • Luciana Souza "Matita Perê" Storytellers (Sunnyside) 19:50
  • Alexia Bontempo "Mais Devagar" Suspiro (Ropeadope) 28:10
  • Nils Berg Cinemascope "Hjärtats sång; Hips Don't Lie" We Seem to Be Drifting Apart (Hoob) 31:36
  • Host Talks 38:27
  • Verneri Pohjola "Monograph" The Dead Don't Dream (Edition) 40:06
  • Avishai Cohen "Teardrop" Big Vicious (ECM) 47:24
  • Dave Douglas "Manteca" Dizzy Atmosphere (Greenleaf) 54:39
  • Host Talks 1:02:43
  • Dave Douglas and Elan Mehler "If There are mountains" Douglas & Mehler (Newvelle) 1:05:26
Photo credit: Brett Rubin & Bernard Benant

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