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Whit Dickey Quartet, Yells At Eels & Fabian Dudek


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There's a full load of great music in this episode of One Man's Jazz. It opens with a continuation of my recognition of trumpeter Dennis Gonzalez who passed away last month. The focus is on his powerful trio, Yells At Eels, with his two sons, Aaron and Stefan. There's a good chunk of new stuff from Europe—Norway's Bliss Quintet, Portugal's Mazam, Torbjorn Zetterberg, the fine bassist from Stockholm, guitarist {m: Michael Gregory Jackson}} German saxophonist Fabian Dudeck who has lots of sizzle in his music, and Portuguese Bernardo Sassetti from a session not released now, some years after his passing. Lastly, another preview from Ches Smith's latest and music from a winner by drummer Whit Dickey. Enjoy!


  • Yells At Eels "Crow Soul" from The Great Bydgoszcz Concert (Ayler) 00:00
  • Host speaks 15:25
  • Yells At Eels "Document For William Parker" from The Great Bydgoszcz Concert (Ayler) 16:44
  • Yells At Eels "Windstreaks In Syrtis Major" from Colorado At Clinton (Ayler) 26:23
  • Yells At Eels "Resurrection And Life" from Resurrection And Life Ayler) 34:58
  • Host speaks 45:03
  • Bliss Quintet "Dramaqueen" from Dramaqueen (Jazzland) 47:42
  • Black Diamond "Sea Change" from Music For Ukraine (We Jazz) 54:22
  • Host speaks 59:15
  • Mazam "Pilgrimage" from Pilgrimage (Clean Feed) 59:46
  • Host speaks 1:05:20
  • Mazam "Caos & Ordem" from Land (Self-released) 1:06:04
  • Michael Bisio Quartet "Crystal Fire" from Mbefore (Tao Forms) 1:11:30
  • Flin Van Hemmen & Jozef Dumoulin "We're Not Doing Too Much Socializing" from Too Tall To Sing (Clean Feed) 1:17:14
  • Host speaks 1:21:39
  • Torbjorn Zetterberg & Den Stora Frågan "Meningen Med Vad" from Are You Happy? (Moserobie) 1:23:16
  • Felix Hauptmann "Look" from Talk (Klaeng) 1:30:31
  • The OGJB Quartet "The Other Side" from Ode To O (Tum Records) 1:36:56
  • Host speaks 1:43:45
  • m: Ches Smith's Interpret It Well "Clear Major" from Interpret It Well (Pyroclastic) 1:45:16
  • Sonic Eel "Theme 37 Chasinesque" from Live In Brooklyn (Darkfyre) 2:00:31
  • Host speaks 2:06:23
  • Fabian Dudek "Down After Up, Up After Down" from Isolated Flowers (Traumton) 2:08:10
  • Aksel Ronning Trio "Overture 1" from ART (Øra Fonogram) 2:18:45
  • James Singleton "Black Sheep Squared" from Malabar (Sinking City) 2:25:36
  • Host speaks 2:32:05
  • Bernardo Sassetti Trio "Abertura" from Culturegest 2007 (Clean Feed) 2:34:38
  • Michael Gregory Jackson "Theme X (For Geri Allen)" from E_LEC_TRIC_GIT_BOX (Golden) 2:43:38
  • Host speaks 2:47:16
  • Whit Dickey Quartet "Staircase In Space" from Astral Long Form: Staircase In Space (Tao Forms) 2:49:27



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