World of Jazz 395

  1. Jorma Tapio & Kaski “Siltasalmi” from Aliseen (577 Records) 00:00
  2. Øyvind Skarbø, Fredrik Ljungkvist, Kris Davis, Ole Morten Vagan “Truffle Pigs And Katmandu Stray Dogs” from Inland Empire (Clean Feed) 07:09
  3. BROM – Dmitry Lapshin, Anton Ponomarev, Felix Mikensky, Yaroslav Kurilo “Simple Story” from Dance With An Idiot (Trost Records) 16:47
  4. Felice Clemente “Harlem Nocturne” from Solo (Crocevia di Suoni Records) 23:24
  5. Sun Ra & His Arkestra “The World of Lightening” from Sun Ra – Nuits de la Fondation Maeght, Vol. 2 (Shandar) 28:59
  6. John Finbury “Independence Day” from Quattro (Green Flash Music) 36:18
  7. Bocana “El Rio Copalita” from El Rio Copalita (Self Released) 41:22
  8. Jorma Tapio & Kaski “She’s Back” from Aliseen (577 Records) 46:04
  9. Michael Sarian’s New Aurora “Aurora” from Aurora (ears&eyes) 49:14
  10. Felice Clemente “Blues for One” from Solo (Crocevia di Suoni Records) 56:08
  11. BROM – Dmitry Lapshin, Anton Ponomarev, Felix Mikensky, Yaroslav Kurilo “Goodbye White Rhino” from Dance With An Idiot (Trost Records) 1:00:00
  12. John Blevins’ Matterhorn “Copernicus” from Copernicus (ears&eyes) 1:06:29
  13. John Finbury “Llegará El Día” from Quattro (Green Flash Music) 1:16:50
  14. Jorma Tapio & Kaski “Way Off” from Aliseen (577 Records) 1:21:33
  15. Øyvind Skarbø, Fredrik Ljungkvist, Kris Davis, Ole Morten Vagan “Fighter” from Inland Empire (Clean Feed) 1:28:06
  16. Sun Ra & His Arkestra “Shadow World” from Sun Ra – Nuits de la Fondation Maeght, Vol. 1 (Shandar) 1:37:49
  17. Felice Clemente “Moods” from Solo (Crocevia di Suoni Records) 1:51:10
  18. BROM – Dmitry Lapshin, Anton Ponomarev, Felix Mikensky, Yaroslav Kurilo “Panacea” from Dance With An Idiot (Trost Records) 1:55:52

  • On this weeks show a selection of new releases from Jorma Tapio, Øyvind Skarbø and friends, Russian jazzers Brom, and more
  • Also a focus on italian saxophonist Feliche Clemente
  • and to round this off two cuts from Sun Ra and His Arkestra live at Fondation Mage in Saint-Paul-de-Vence
  • HOUR ONE
  • Jorma Tapio & Kaski “Siltasalmi” from Aliseen (577 Records)
  • Jorma Tapio – Alto Sax, Tenor Sax, Flute, Bass Flute, Wooden Flute, Kantele ;
  • Ville Rauhala – Bass ;
  • Janne Tuomi – Drums, Percussion, Kantele
  • Øyvind Skarbø, Fredrik Ljungkvist, Kris Davis, Ole Morten Vagan “Truffle Pigs And Katmandu Stray Dogs” from Inland Empire (Clean Feed)
  • Recorded Live September 26, 2016, Haugesund Billedgalleri, Haugesund, Norway
  • Fredrik Ljungkvist: tenor saxophone, clarinet
  • Kris Davis: piano
  • Ole Morten Vågan: double bass
  • Øyvind Skarbø: drums
  • BROM – Dmitry Lapshin, Anton Ponomarev, Felix Mikensky, Yaroslav Kurilo “Simple Story” from Dance With An Idiot (Trost Records)
  • Recorded March 31, 2019,DTH Studios, Moscow, Russia
  • Anton Ponomarev: alto saxophone
  • Felix Mikensky: guitar, electronics
  • Dmitry Lapshin: bass guitar
  • Yaroslav Kurilo: drums
  • Felice Clemente “Harlem Nocturne” from Solo (Crocevia di Suoni Records)
  • Italian saxophonist who has sent me a lot of his work – I will work my way through that in future shows but kicking off with his latest release
  • Sun Ra & His Arkestra “The World of Lightening” from Sun Ra – Nuits de la Fondation Maeght, Vol. 2 (Shandar)
  • 1971 release
  • recorded August 3 & 5, 1970
  • Fondation Maeght in Saint-Paul-de-Vence, France
  • John Finbury “Independence Day” from Quattro (Green Flash Music)
  • John Finbury’s new album “QUATRO” premieres new music with broad Latin American and Spanish influences, mixed and matched in an unorthodox fashion. Alternating vocal and instrumental tracks, the album was produced by Latin Grammy winner Emilio D. Miler, and features Magos Herrera on vocals, Chano Domínguez on piano, John Patitucci on bass, and Antonio Sánchez on drums.
  • Recorded over two sessions in New York in 2019, “Quatro” is both a celebration of cultural diversity and immigration, and a condemnation of those who seek restriction based upon prejudice.
  • Bocana “El Rio Copalita” from El Rio Copalita (Self Released)
  • Emilie-Claire Barlow – Vocals
  • Kathrine Rose & Rique Franks – Backing Vocals
  • Celso Alberti – Drums
  • Steve Webster – Guitar, Bass & Piano
  • Jorma Tapio & Kaski “She’s Back” from Aliseen (577 Records)
  • Michael Sarian’s New Aurora “Aurora” from Aurora (ears&eyes)
  • Michael Sarian’s New Aurora gets its name from this track Aurora, which Sarian began writing on February 15, 2019. Although the word literally means dawn, which is the meaning Sarian hopes to convey behind the project, the composition came after hearing of a mass shooting that day in Aurora, Illinois. The alternation between sus2 and sus4 chords throughout the first section, paired with a simple melody, bear a somber mood, hopelessness which Sarian felt assuming #Aurora was trending because of the 2012 mass shooting there, only to find out there another had taken place.
  • Michael Sarian – Flugelhorn/Composition
  • Santiago Leibson – Piano
  • Marty Kenney – Bass
  • Dayeon Seok – Drums
  • Felice Clemente “Blues for One” from Solo (Crocevia di Suoni Records)
  • HOUR TWO
  • Dmitry Lapshin, Anton Ponomarev, Felix Mikensky, Yaroslav Kurilo “Goodbye White Rhino” from Dance With An Idiot (Trost Records)
  • John Blevins’ Matterhorn “Copernicus” from Copernicus (ears&eyes)
  • second single release from IDYLLWILD EP
  • John Blevins – trumpet, loops & effects
  • Drew Williams – bass clarinet, loops & effects, Sony TCM-200DV, Prophet Synthesizer
  • Jeff McLaughlin – electric guitar
  • Jesse Bielenberg – electric bass
  • Noel Brennan – drums, cymbals, percussion
  • John Finbury “Llegará El Día” from Quattro (Green Flash Music)
  • Jorma Tapio & Kaski “Way Off” from Aliseen (577 Records)
  • Øyvind Skarbø, Fredrik Ljungkvist, Kris Davis, Ole Morten Vagan “Fighter” from Inland Empire (Clean Feed)
  • Sun Ra & His Arkestra “Shadow World” from Sun Ra – Nuits de la Fondation Maeght, Vol. 2 (Shandar)
  • Felice Clemente “Moods” from Solo (Crocevia di Suoni Records)
  • Dmitry Lapshin, Anton Ponomarev, Felix Mikensky, Yaroslav Kurilo “Panacea” from Dance With An Idiot (Trost Records)

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