World of Jazz 401

  1. Urbex “You Nod But You Ain’t” from Suspended (Outnote) 00:00
  2. Alex Moxon “In A Capricornian Way” from Alex Moxon Quartet (Self Released) 06:40
  3. Felice Clemente Quartet “Blue of Mine” from Blue of Mine (Crossroads of Sounds) 14:02
  4. Steve Slagle Trio “Dewey Sq.” from Alive in Harlem (Panorama Records) 22:06
  5. Toc “Indoor” from Indoor (Circum-Disc) 27:06
  6. Urbex “What U Expect!” from Suspended (Outnote) 37:29
  7. Alex Moxon “Melodramatic Minors” from Alex Moxon Quartet (Self Released) 45:48
  8. Felice Clemente Quartet “To Clifford” from Blue of Mine (Crossroads of Sounds) 52:24
  9. Christian McBride “Milestones” from For Jimmy, Wes and Oliver (Mack Avenue Records) 1:00:00
  10. Miles Davis “Bitches Brew” from Miles Davis at Newport: 1955-1975: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 4 (Columbia Legacy) 1:03:39
  11. Urbex “Steam” from Suspended (Outnote) 1:15:32
  12. Alex Moxon “Romantique” from Alex Moxon Quartet (Self Released) 1:21:54
  13. Felice Clemente Quartet “The Second Time” from Blue of Mine (Crossroads of Sounds) 1:29:59
  14. Toc & Dave Rempis “No Sleep At La Zone” from Closed for Safety Reasons (Circum-Disc) 1:38:01
  15. Steve Slagle Trio “Redemption Song” from Alive in Harlem (Panorama Records) 1:47:17
  16. Michael Formanek “The 12½% Solution” from Loose Cannon (Soul Note) 1:52:29

  • On this weeks show music from Urbex, and Alex Moxon; Steve Slagle celebrates Charlie Parker’s centenary and fascinating sounds from the Circum-Disc Label with Toc. There’s another featured album from Felice Clemente’s back catalogue and one or two other treats.
  • HOUR ONE
  • Urbex “You Nod But You Ain’t” from Suspended (Outnote)
    • inspired by the electric period of Miles Davis, and in particular ‘Bitches Brew’. recorded at Flagey in January 2020, during the first public performance of this new music. released in April 2020 on the Outnote label
    • LINE-UP Jean-Paul Estiévenart on trumpet, Bert Cools on guitar, Bram De Looze on piano, Felix Zurstrassen on bass, Antoine Pierre on drums and Frédéric Malempré on percussion
    • guests: Ben Van Gelder on saxophone, Reinier Baas on guitar and Jozef Dumoulin on Fender Rhodes.
  • Alex Moxon “In A Capricornian Way” from Alex Moxon Quartet (Self Released)
    • Alex Moxon – Guitar / Compositions
    • Steve Boudreau – Piano
    • John Geggie – Bass
    • Michel Delage – Drums
    • “Guitarist Alex Moxon has been a familiar face on the Ottawa jazz scene for more than a decade. The Ottawa-raised 29-year-old guitarist has spent this time refining his artistic voice while performing with a who’s who of local and national talent. His debut record, “Alex Moxon Quartet,” showcases his unique point of view as a player, composer, and bandleader.
  • Felice Clemente Quartet “Blue of Mine” from Blue of Mine (Crossroads of Sounds)
    • 2009
    • Felice Clemente, tenor and soprano saxophones
    • Massimo Colombo, piano
    • Giulio Corini, double-bass
    • Massimo Manzi, drums
    • Special guest: Bebo Ferra, Tino Tracanna, Antonello Monni
  • Steve Slagle Trio “Dewey Sq.” from Alive in Harlem (Panorama Records)
    • July 15th
    • Steve Slagle, Alto Sax
    • (Flute #6, Yanagisawa Low A Alto #7)
    • Jason Tiemann, Drums  Marty Kenney, Bass
    • Charlie Parker composition celebrating his centenary
  • Toc “Indoor” from Indoor (Circum-Disc)
    • JÉRÉMIE TERNOY : FENDER RHODES, PIANO BASS, MOOG, PIANO
    • IVANN CRUZ : ELECTRIC AND ACOUSTIC GUITAR
    • PETER ORINS : DRUMS
  • Urbex “What U Expect!” from Suspended (Outnote)
  • Alex Moxon “Melodramatic Minors” from Alex Moxon Quartet (Self Released)
  • Felice Clemente Quartet “To Clifford” from Blue of Mine (Crossroads of Sounds)
  • HOUR TWO
  • Christian McBride “Milestones” from For Jimmy, Wes and Oliver (Mack Avenue Records)
    • Big Band
  • Miles Davis “Bitches Brew” from Miles Davis at Newport: 1955-1975: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 4 (Columbia Legacy)
  • Urbex “Steam” from Suspended (Outnote)
  • Alex Moxon “Romantique” from Alex Moxon Quartet (Self Released)
  • Felice Clemente Quartet “The Second Time” from Blue of Mine (Crossroads of Sounds)
  • Toc & Dave Rempis “No Sleep At La Zone” from Closed for Safety Reasons (Circum-Disc)
    • recorded at la malterie, Lille France.
  • Steve Slagle Trio “Redemption Song” from Alive in Harlem (Panorama Records)
  • Michael Formanek “The 12½% Solution” from Loose Cannon (Soul Note)
    • 1993
    • TIM BERNE baritone saxophone,alto saxophone MICHAEL FORMANKE bass JEFF HIRSHFIELD drums
    • Recorded 26-28, 1992 at Barigozzi Studio, Milano
    • Soul Note – 121 261-2

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