This episode is very wide-ranging in styles and sounds; the boundaries keep expanding. I was very impressed with bassist Lisa Hoppe's new trio, Third Reality, with saxophonist David Leon and guitarist Tal Yahalom. Very original stuff! It's on a German labelJazzhausmusikso do some digging to find it. It's well worth the effort. Drummer, composer and influencer Tyshawn Sorey believed so much in a concert that he recorded live with the great pianist Marilyn Crispell that he insisted there be no breaks in the recording, just let it be the entire concert. It's quite amazing. You'll hear about a third of the concert. Gebhard Ullman steps fully into the microtonal world on his new MikroPULS, and there are some excellent trios with new tunes for you: Michael Formanek's Very Practical Trio, Chris Speed with Dave King and Chris Tordini, Pat Thomas and some English mates doing Paul Bley, Longboard from France, and De Beren Gieren from Belgium. Lots more, of course. Enjoy!
PeterPerfido "No Corner To Hide In" from No Corner to Hide In (Frère D'Ames) 00:00
Host speaks 06:49
Lisa Hoppe's Third Reality "Les Oreilles" from The Mighty Unlikely (Jazzhausmusik) 09:07
Lisa Hoppe's Third Reality "You Don't Know What Love Is" from The Mighty Unlikely (Jazzhausmusik) 14:52
Jerzy Maczynski "Chaos Part I" from Jerry & The Pelican System (WM Poland) 17:28
World music pioneer Adam Rudolph and his groundbreaking Go: Organic Orchestra join forces with Brooklyn Raga Massive to create the monumental new album, Ragmala – A Garland of Ragas (Meta Records). Ragmala bridges generations, cultures and traditions in a deep-rooted, forward-looking sound born of 21st-century innovation and hybrid voices. Epic in scale and ambition, the project features 40 world-class musicians including Gnawa master musician Hassan Hakmoun, legendary drummer/percussionist Hamid Drake, forward-thinking cornetist Graham Haynes, and tradition-blurring flutist...
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