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William Parker, Gonçalo Marques & More

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Back in 2017, one of the great quartets was in a celebratory mood over the release of a new recording, so they booked the Shapeshifter Lab in New York for their record release party. Someone had the smarts to record those musical proceedings and the results are a new album by bassist William Parker and In Order to Survive—saxophonist Rob Brown, pianist Cooper-Moore and drummer Hamid Drake. Live/Shapeshifter is definitely one of the best recordings of 2019, and you'll hear the completeEternal Is the Voice of Love suite. Also new this episode is music from Portuguese trumpet player Gonçalo Marques with Jacob Sacks on piano and Portuguese free-wheeling quartet, Cat in a bag, Guillermo Klein & Los Gauchos, saxophonist Tim Reis' Life Changes, and Polish bassist Kamila Drabek and her trio, Tercet Kamili Drabek.

Playlist

  • Matt Pavolka Band "The Garden of Forking Paths" from Something People Can Use (TOAP) 00:00
  • Host speaks 09:47
  • Cat in a Bag "Obscure Objects" from Cat in a Bag (Clean Feed) 11:15
  • Warwick Alder "Intervention" from Duo Trio Quartet (Self-released) 20:33
  • Jon Crompton "Apathy" from Intuit (New Lab) 29:15
  • Host speaks 34:52
  • Guillermo Klein & Los Gauchos "Volver" from Cristal (Sunnyside) 37:00
  • Tim Berne, Michael Formanek "Byram's World" from Ornery People (Little Brother) 45:54
  • Host speaks 52:54
  • Triptych Myth "Stem Cell" from Triptych Myth (Hopscotch) 54:14
  • Host speaks 59:56
  • William Parker & In Order to Survive "Entrance to the Tone World" from Live/Shapeshifter (AUM Fidelity) 1:01:54
  • William Parker & In Order to Survive "Color Against Autumn Sky" from Live/Shapeshifter (AUM Fidelity) 1:21:51
  • William Parker & In Order to Survive "If There Is A Chance" from Live/Shapeshifter (AUM Fidelity) 1:29:22
  • William Parker & In Order to Survive "A Situation" from Live/Shapeshifter (AUM Fidelity) 1:36:35
  • William Parker & In Order to Survive "Birth Of The Sunset" from Live/Shapeshifter (AUM Fidelity) 1:48:17
  • Host speaks 1:53:52
  • Tercet Kamili Drabek "Rokerka" from Muzyka Naiwna (Soliton) 1:55:02
  • Denis Fournier / Nicole Mitchell "Le Partage Des Eaux" from Watershed (Vent Du Sud) 1:59:24
  • Tetterapadequ "Airam" from B(R)ack Again (Cylinder) 2:11:11
  • Host speaks 2:19:54
  • Matthew Silberman "Track 6" from Asanisimasa (Audio Cave) 2:20:49
  • Paul Plimley Trio "Strange Science" from Artful Dodgers (Self-released) 2:26:32
  • Paul Plimley Trio "Dance of The Dodecahead to Hedron" from Artful Dodgers (Self-released) 2:31:54
  • The Pen Club "Elastic Band" from Data Retrieval (Eupaccia) 2:35:04
  • Tim Ries "Life Changes (Reprise)" from Life Changes (Ropeadope) 2:41:07
  • Host speaks 2:48:48
  • Gonçalo Marques Trio & Jacob Sacks "Linhas Cruzados" from Canção Do Homem Simples (Robalo) 2:50:47
  • Gonçalo Marques Trio & Jacob Sacks "Sala 6" from Canção Do Homem Simples (Robalo) 2:53:33

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