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William Parker, Kimura/Guy/Hemingway & Frank London

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There are some shiny new trio albums highlighting this edition of One Man's Jazz that are well worth checking out. Bassist William Parker, keyboardist & instrument inventor Cooper-Moore and drummer Hamid Drake have played together in all manner of situations but they've never recorded as a trio; the new Heart Trio rectifies that, although don't expect to hear Parker play bass or Cooper-Moore play piano—they've brought the "other" stuff. It's a terrific album. In the traditional piano trio mode comes the sublime and deep playing of Izumi Kimura, Barry Guy & Gerry Hemingway on Six Hands Open As One. If you like piano trios, do not miss this one. The Stateless Trio opts for the saxophone-bass-drums format and tear up the studio. The Stateless Trio is Rick Countryman alto, Richard Allan Bates bass & Steve Hirsh drums. Both Countryman and Bates are based in SE Asia. Two guitarists have new releases—Juanma Trujillo and Prashant Samlal}}, saxophonist Alfredo Colón drops his debut Blood Burden while the Belgian band Mojo Jojo introduces their spunk. Several other new releases for you including the closing track from trumpet Frank London's Spirit Stronger Than Blood. Please send some healing vibes to Frank in his battle with cancer.

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  • Rodrigo Amado & The Humanization 4tet "Two Girls" from Electricity (Ayler Records) 00:00
  • Host speaks 05:59
  • William Parker, Cooper-Moore & Hamid Drake "Five Angels At The Stream" from Heart Trio (AUM Fidelity) 09:05
  • Matt Pavolka Band "And Then We Towed New Zealand Out To Sea" from Disciplinary Architecture (Sunnyside) 17:04
  • Juanma Trujillo "Rojo" from Howl (Endectomorph) 23:53
  • Host speaks 29:51
  • Daniel Carter's Telepathic Band "Restive Aura Rant" from Telepathic Mysteries Vol. 2 (577 Records) 31:34
  • Soren Norbo, Wadada Leo Smith & Kresten Osgood "Sorgen Rammer" from Dét Som Ikke Kan Kaldes Tilbage (Ilk Records) 40:30
  • Michal Aftkya Quintet "Navi Sad" from Frukstrat (Multikulti Project) 45:14
  • Host speaks 50:31
  • Louise Dam Eckardt Jensen & Carol Liebowitz "Almagest of Ptolemy" from Ephemeris (Neuma) 51:54
  • Alfredo Colon "Grinnin' In Your Face" from Blood Burden (Out Of Your Head) 1:01:51
  • Host speaks 1:07:45
  • Izumi Kimura, Barry Guy & Gerry Hemingway "Underdrift" from Six Hands Open As One (FSR Records) 1:09:30
  • James Brandon Lewis Quartet "Triptych" from Transfiguration (Intakt) 1:15:20
  • Prashant Samlal "The Protector" from Atma (Minimal Damage) 1:21:20
  • Host speaks 1:27:19
  • Tiziano Tononi & Emanuele Parrini "Altri Momenti Allusivi" from Other Interactions ... July 5th (Felmay) 1:29:30
  • Mojo Jojo "Cascade" from Another Day In The Life (Off Record Label) 1:36:16
  • William Parker "New World Order" from I Plan To Stay A Believer (AUM Fidelity) 1:41:47
  • Stateless Trio "Ear To The Ground" from Lost Art (Self-released) 1:48:38
  • Host speaks 1:56:02
  • Frank London & The Elders "Spirit Stronger Than Blood" from Spirit Stronger Than Blood (ESP-Disk) 2:01:20

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