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Vanessa Perica, Immanuel Wilkins, Steve Cardenas & More New Releases

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Spectacular debut releases by Vanessa Perica, Immanuel Wilkins and Micah Thomas; international and inter-generataional collaborations between Marcin Wasilewski and Joe Lovano, and among Juhani Aaltonen, Jonas Kullhammar, Christian Meaas Svendsen, Ilmari Heikinheimo; three bands, lead by Michael Wolff, Steve Cardenas and Dave Glasser, revolving around the thick and catchy pulse of Ben Allison's bass and much more in this edition of Mondo Jazz.

Happy listening.

Playlist

  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Michael Wolff "Resuscitate" Bounce (Sunnyside) 0:16
  • Host talks 6:18
  • Dave Glasser "It's Nothing New" Hypochrisy Democracy (Self-released) 7:52
  • Steve Cardenas "Reflector" Blue Has a Range (Sunnyside) 11:58
  • Host talks 16:54
  • Vanessa Perica Orchestra "Rebrahmanization" Love Is a Temporary Madness (Self-released) 18:46
  • Immanuel Wilkins "Warriors" Omega (Blue Note) 26:37
  • Host talks 33:32
  • Alex Goodman "No Man's Land" Impressions in Blue and Red (Outside in) 35:57
  • Azat Bayazitov "A Highway to the Dreams" The Doors Are Open (Rainy Days) 40:42
  • Micha Thomas "The Day After" Tide (Self-released) 49:58
  • Host talks 56:02
  • David Krakauer, Kathleen Tagg "Rattlin' Down the Road" Breath & Hammer (Table Pounding) 58:40
  • Deep Ford "Hockneedle" You May Cross Here (BMC) 1:02:50
  • Camilla Battaglia Elektra "Dead Butterfly" Dead Butterfly -Single (Self-released) 1:07:47
  • Host talks 1:15:53
  • Juhani Aaltonen, Jonas Kullhammar, Christian Meaas Svendsen, Ilmari Heikinheimo "Kiirohige" The Father, The Sons & the Junnu (Moserobie) 1:17:46
  • Marcin Wasilewski Trio feat. Joe Lovano "L'amour Fou" Arctic Riff (ECM) 1:21:44
  • Host talks 1:30:28
  • Francesco Cataldo "Waltz for Two" Giulia (AlfaMusic)
Photo credit: Pia Johnson

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