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Improvisers abound in this episode. Portugal's Rodrigo Amado & the attic, Bernardo Tinoco & Tom Maciel, Joao Lencastre's quartet, and Pedro Alves Sousa and friends lead the way, while the Chilean band Nichunimu makes its debut with a startling use of electronics. Baritone saxophonist Josh Sinton's back with a new release by his Predicate Quartet, more from Stephen Gauci, Gebhard Ullmann &Steve Swell are joined by bassist Hilliard Greene and drummer Barry Altschul stir the pot with their new We're Playing In Here? on the NoBusiness label. Plus there's some excellent piano trio work from Frank Carlberg and Switzerland's Matthieu Mazué.


  • Saco Yasuma "Invisible Matters" from Another Rain (Leaf Note) 00:00
  • Host speaks 07:28
  • The Attic "New Tone" from Love Ghosts (No Business) 10:24
  • Dreamstruck "We All Make Mistakes" from With Grace In Mind (FSR) 22:33
  • Florian Chaigne Quartet "Kono" from Transhumance (Self-released) 29:52
  • Host speaks 34:45
  • Bernardo Tinoco & Tom Maciel "Provisioriamente Sem Titulo" from No Mad Nenufar (Clean Feed) 38:56
  • John Sturino Quartet "Unstablemates" from Quartet (Self-released) 45:01
  • Host speaks 49:34
  • Gebhard Ullman, Steve Swell, Hilliard Greene & Barry Altschul "Planet Hopping On A Thursday Afternoon" from We're Playing In Here? (No Business) 50:42
  • Stephen Gauci, Michael Bisio & Whit Dickey "Improvisation V" from Live At Scholes Street Studio (Gauci Music) 1:00:44
  • Host speaks 1:07:01
  • Stephen Gauci, Santiago Leibson, William Parker & Nicolas Politzer Trio "Vicuña Porto" from Sera Niebla (Ears&Eyes) 1:13:41
  • Jon Irabagon Quartet "Needles" from Rising Sun (Irabagast) 1:21:31
  • Frank Carlberg Trio "Bemsha Cubano" from Reflections 1952 (577 Records) 1:29:07
  • Host speaks 1:34:11
  • Frank Carlberg Trio "Reflective Reflections" from Reflections 1952 (577 Records) 1:34:37
  • Blue Reality Quartet "Mindfields In Opulence" from Ella's Island (Mahakla Music) 1:41:05
  • Matthieu Mazué Trio "Supply Chains" from We Stay Still (Jazz D'Or) 1:45:30
  • Host speaks 1:52:05
  • Josh Sinton's Predicate Quartet "Blood" from Four Freedoms (FIP) 1:54:54
  • Saco Yasuma "Fat Orange Moon" from Another Rain (Leaf Note) 2:01:20
  • Host speaks 2:11:26
  • Pedro Alves Sousa, Rodrigo Pinheira & Gabriel Ferrandini "Crystal" from Cloud At Rest (Phonogram Unit) 2:12:41
  • Forbes Graham, Jeb Bishop, Pandelis Karayorgis, Nate McBride & Kresten Osgood "Allbyitself" from Water Lilies (Driff) 2:22:29
  • Marek Pospiezalski Quartet "Primitive Memory Structure" from Durer's Mother (Clean Feed) 2:29:08
  • Host speaks 2:38:33
  • Nichunimu "La Calma Manda" from Un Cacho De Metal Un Resto De Vaiven (577 Records) 2:36:52
  • Bill Frisell "Crumb/No Moe" from Live (Gramavision) 2:46:06
  • Host speaks 2:52:24
  • Joao Lencastre Quartet "Flow" from Safe In Your Own World (Phonogram Unit) 2:54:14

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