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There are indeed some adventuresome artists in this edition of One Man's Jazz, although I pilfered the title for the show from the title of the Welcome To Adventure Vol. 2 by Daniel Carter, Matthew Shipp, William Parker & Gerald Cleaver. So far, their first volume has been the best-selling album in the history of 577 Records. This second volume may just outsell its predecessor. The music is outstanding. A trio with piano, cornet and electronics sounds like it's on an adventurous path as well and that's exactly what Yuko Fujiyama, Graham Haynes & Ikue Mori achieve on their new Quiet Passion. It's very original. You'll also hear new releases Italy's AnaphoraMichael Sarian, Portugal's André B. Silva, Argentina's Santiago Lacabe and Spanish bassist Manel Fortia, plus music from the new Ornette Coleman box set, Genesis of Genius: The Contemporary Albums.


  • Daniel Carter, Matthew Shipp, William Parker & Gérald Cleaver "Sun Verified" from Welcome To Adventure Vol. 2 (577) 00:00
  • Host speaks 06:49
  • Daniel Carter, Matthew Shipp, William Parker & Gérald Cleaver "Blinking Dawn" from Welcome To Adventure Vol. 2 (577) 08:04
  • Tonino Miani "Neon Eyes" from Human Pieces (Leo) 13:14
  • Zoh Amba "Mountains In The Pre-dawn Light" from O Life, O Light Vol 1 (577) 20:08
  • Host speaks 30:17
  • Anaphora "Inner Working Resolved" from Lexicon I (Auand) 31:48
  • Peter Ehwald's Double Trouble "Blatny" from Up, Down, Strange, Charm & Bottom (Jazzwerkstatt) 39:17
  • Joseph Jarman, Famoudou Don Moye & Johnny Dyani "Black Paladins" from Black Paladins (Black Saint) 44:08
  • Host speaks 52:10
  • Yells At Eels "Cape Of Storms I" from Cape Of Storms (Ayler) 53:59
  • Yells At Eels "Cape Of Storms II" from Cape Of Storms (Ayler) 1:00:03
  • Host speaks 1:11:55
  • Ornette Coleman "Turnaround" from Genesis of Genius: The Contemporary Albums (Craft/Contemporary) 1:14:11
  • Ornette Coleman "When Will The Blues Leave" from Genesis of Genius: The Contemporary Albums (raft/Contemporary) 1:22:03
  • The Jazz Passengers "Seven" from Reunited (Yellowbird) 1:27:01
  • Jazz Passengers "The Eighth Notes" from Reunited (Yellowbird) 1:33:11
  • Liba Villavecchia Trio "Zaidin" from Zaidin (Clean Feed) 1:37:41
  • Host speaks 1:45:42
  • Michael Sarian "Liquid Tempo" from Impressions On Daily Sounds & Field Recording (Ears&Eyes) 1:48:03
  • André B. Silva "Caronte Em Chamas" from Mt. Meru (Clean Feed) 1:52:40
  • Host speaks 2:00:31
  • Fred Anderson & Hamid Drake "Planet E" from From The River To The Ocean (Thrill Jockey) 2:01:01
  • Host speaks 2:15:39
  • Santiago Lacabe "Voy O No Voy" from JusticiAdivina (Ears&Eyes) 2:17:18
  • Esthesis Quartet "Two Moons" from Esthesis Quartet (Orenda) 2:24:20
  • Host speaks 2:30:40
  • Manel Fortia "Despertar" from Despertar (SegelMicroscopi) 2:32:25
  • Anders Svanoe Trio "Skedaddle" from Mantis (Self-released) 2:39:39
  • Host speaks 2:45:20
  • Yuko Fujiyama, Graham Haynes & Ikue Mori "Quiet Passion I" from Quiet Passion (Intakt) 2:46:29
  • Yuko Fujiyama, Graham Haynes & Ikue Mori "Quiet Passion II" from Quiet Passion (Intakt) 2:49:11
  • Yuko Fujiyama, Graham Haynes & Ikue Mori "Quiet Passion III" from Quiet Passion (Intakt) 2:52:33



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