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Wadada Leo Smith, Trio Xolo & Clean Feed Releases

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This episode is loaded up with music from the summer batch of new releases by Clean Feed Records Tarbaby, Angles, Landaeus Trio and Ziv Taubenfeld's Full Sun) with more to come next week. The master trumpeter and endless source of creative, Wadada Leo Smith has a new 5-album box set featuring himself soloing with different drummers and there's a peek into that project. Adding to the mix, interesting music from English pianist Meg Morley & trio, saxophonist/poet Lewis Jordan, Trio Xolo, Chicago guitarist Mike Allemana who also provides his thesis on Chicago jazz with his release Vonology, and the Italian duo of drummer Francesco Cusa and flautist Giorgia Santora.

Playlist

  • Stephen Gauci, Sandy Ewen, Thomas Helton & Joe Hertenstein "Improvisation 3" from Live At Scholes Street Studio (Gauci Music) 00:00
  • Host speaks 07:34
  • Wadada Leo Smith "Freedom Summer" from The Emerald Duets (Tum) 10:24
  • Josh Sinton Trio "Adumbration 2" from Adumbrations (Form Is Possibility) 19:33
  • Kamil Piotrowicz Sextet "Bad Mana" from Weird Heaven (Howard) 25:05
  • Host speaks 29:38
  • Tarbaby "Ke-Kelli" from Dance Of The Evil Toys (Clean Feed) 31:04
  • Daniel Carter & The Telepathic Band "The Hum Of Mum" from Telepatica (577) 39:10
  • Francesco Cusa & Giorgia Santoro "Abyss" from The Black Shoes (Dodicilune) 47:28
  • Host speaks 51:09
  • Landaeus Trio "Nobody Should Have To Go To Mars" from A Crisis Of Perception (Clean Feed) 53:35
  • Chris McGregor's Brotherhood of Breath "The Serpent's Kindly Fire" from Live At Willisau (Ogun) 1:01:36
  • :Host speaks 1:10:01
  • Lewis Jordan "Bonus Track" from Critical Mass (Innova) 1:12:07
  • Gordon Grdina's Nomad Trio "All Cap" from Boiling Point (Attaboygirl) 1:21:26
  • Dinamitri Open Combo "Eden Was My Home" from Mappe Per L'Eden (Felmay) 1:28:16
  • Host speaks 1:35:40
  • Meg Morley Trio "Journey Through Home" from Journey Through Home (33 Jazz) 1:37:29
  • Zebra Street Band "The Wedding Call" from Shirwku (Self-released) 1:46:17
  • Host speaks 1:51:50
  • Angles "Fkk Down-Fkk Off" from A Muted Reality (Clean Feed) 1:53:31
  • Roger Lewis "Carrying The Saxophone" from Alright! (Irresistible/Revolutionary) 2:02:35
  • Host speaks 2:09:37
  • Trio Xolo "A Mobius Strip" from In Flower In Song (577) 2:10:40
  • Ziv Taubenfeld's Full Sun "Tchicai" from Ziv Taubenfeld's Full Sun (Self-released) 2:16:49
  • Host speaks 2:22:22
  • Ziv Taubenfeld's Full Sun "Moon Doctor" from Out Of The Beast Came Honey (Clean Feed) 2:23:32
  • AHL6 "Holidays On Wine" from If Life Were A Liquid (WaschSalon) 2:31:24
  • Mike Allemana "The Mediator" from Vonology (Ears&Eyes) 2:40:57
  • Host speaks 2:49:52
  • Daniel Rorke "Armistice" from The Brave Ones Have All Left Us (Sattu) 2:51:16

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