Yellowjackets & Bill Frisell

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In our final show of 2020, we look back at all the musicians and Iive sounds that made up a very strange and surreal year on planet earth. Featuring Matt Wilson, the Yellowjackets, Peter Hess and Bill Frisell. The 681st Episode shows the strength and optimism of the jazz community during tough times. Enjoy.


  • Matt Wilson "Space Force March/Interplanetary Music" Hug (Palmetto+) 00:00
  • Host talks 5:59
  • Yellowjackets & WDR Big Band "Mile High" Jackets XL (Mack Avenue Records) 9:56
  • Michael Sarian "This is Only the Beginning" New Aurora (Ears & Eyes Records) 14:57
  • Host talks 20:16
  • The K.C. Adventure Band "Backroad Barbecue" Jazz Shorts (Muteant Sounds) 22:43
  • Joan Watson-Jones "Topsy" Choices (CD Baby) 23:34
  • Host talks 26:21
  • Peter Hess Quartet "When to Move" Present Company (CD Baby) 28:11
  • Phil Haynes Trio "Zebra" Day Dream (Pact Records) 34:15
  • Host talks 37:31
  • Chad Lb Virtual Big Band "Easy to Love" Quarantine Standards (Sound Frame) 38:37
  • Laila Biali "River" Single (Laila Biali) 42:49
  • Host talks 46:14
  • Arthur White "Great Plains" When You Find It.... (ARC -Artist Recording Collective) 47:12
  • Host talks 51:35
  • Bill Frisell "Where Do We Go" Valentine (Blue Note) 53:11

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