World of Jazz 450

  1. Axel Filip “Repleto de raices” from Sendero (eyes&ears) 00:00
  2. El Devinir Del Rio “Jardín incierto” from Invocación (eyes&ears) 05:59
  3. Hank Roberts Sextet “SAT / SUN PA TU X” from Science of Love (Sunnyside) 16:16
  4. La Disidencia de las Máquinas “Cierre de oficio” from Imago (eyes&ears) 24:33
  5. Leo Genovese, Mariano Otero, Sergio Verdinelli “Battle of Adwa” from Trio Sin Tiempo : Ritmos de Agua (577 Records ) 31:44
  6. William Parker “Rocas Rojas” from Mayan Space Station (Aum Fidelity) 35:16
  7. Axel Filip “Nocturnal” from Sendero (eyes&ears) 42:25
  8. Chris McGregor’s Brotherhood Of Breath “Kongi’s Theme” from Bremen to Bridgwater (Cuneiform) 48:06
  9. El Devinir Del Rio “La emancipacion de la rosa” from Invocación (eyes&ears) 1:00:00
  10. Leo Genovese, Mariano Otero, Sergio Verdinelli “Los Pajaros” from Trio Sin Tiempo : Ritmos de Agua (577 Records) 1:15:50
  11. William Parker “Mayan Space Station” from Mayan Space Station (Aum Fidelity) 1:20:26
  12. La Disidencia de las Máquinas “For Petter” from Imago (eyes&ears) 1:35:36
  13. Hank Roberts Sextet “845 L” from Science of Love (Sunnyside) 1:41:18
  14. Leo Genovese, Mariano Otero, Sergio Verdinelli “Molay Bedra” from Trio Sin Tiempo : Ritmos de Agua (577 Records) 1:53:42
  15. Axel Filip “El Brujo” from Sendero (eyes&ears) 1:58:50

  • On this show Argentinian jazz from Axel Filip, La Disidencia de las Máquinas and El Devinir Del Rio. I also have new albums from Hank Roberts, William Parker, and, Leo Genovese with Mariano Otero and Sergio Verdinelli. There is also a look back to the 1970s for some classic live sounds from Chris McGregor’s Brotherhood of Breath
  • HOUR ONE
  • Axel Filip “Repleto de raices” from Sendero (eyes&ears)
    • Argentinian drummer and composer Axel Filip continues his journey as a leader with a fascinating new album. Jazz influences mixed with Argentinian folk music, as well as elements of Afro-American tradition form part of the mix Entitled Sendero it is released on the ears&eyes label on August 20th 2021.
    • Inspired by landscapes from his childhood in the woods, walking through trails to find rivers, waterfalls and being in communion with nature, Axel conceived this album by imagining each song as a path to a certain place, historic event, or feelings reminding him of love, loneliness, and peace.
    • The album was recorded at Estudio Dr. F in Buenos Aires, and engineered, mixed & mastered by Pablo Lopez Ruiz.
    • Featured musicians are Axel- drums/compositions/arrangements/lyrics with Mariano Sarra – piano and Flavio Romero – contrabass Guests on the album are Melina Moguilevsky and Milton Amadeo – vocals, Pablo Passini – guitar and the Surdelsur Ensemble string quartet.
  • El Devinir Del Rio “Jardín incierto” from Invocación (eyes&ears)
    • Argentine-based jazz/ creative music quintet. A group of women improvisers, composers, and artist friends, El Devenir del Río explores new compositions, the use of extended techniques, free improvisation and guided aural movement.
    • Catu Hardoy – vocals, Camila Nebbia – tenor sax, Violeta García – cello, Pia Hernandez – piano, Diana Arias – double bass
  • Hank Roberts Sextet “SAT / SUN PA TU X” from Science of Love (Sunnyside)
    • Hank Roberts – cello, Brian Drye – trombone, Dana Lyn – violin, Mike McGinnis – clarinet, soprano saxophone, Jacob Sacks – piano, Vinnie Sperrazza – drums
    • Roberts’s new recording, Science of Love, finds the longtime stalwart of the creative Downtown music scene returning to New York City, after raising a family in Ithaca, NY, in an effort to rekindle the vital, creative energy that only the metropolis can provide. Roberts discovered inspiration in droves, which allowed him to create a unique program of original music unlike anything he had done in the past.
    • The recording begins with “Sat/Sun Pa Tu X,” an amazing expansion of the piece “Saturday/Sunday” from Little Motor People (JMT, 1993) with a controlled added abstraction.
  • La Disidencia de las Máquinas “Cierre de oficio” from Imago (eyes&ears)
    • La Disidencia de las Máquinas is a research project on the piano trio setup taking the jazz tradition as a foundation and merging that language with the gestures, timbres, and specific techniques from contemporary music. The title of the album, Imago, refers to the homonymous term in zoology that designates the mature stage of the metamorphosis of an insect. On the other hand, in the psychology field generally imago designates an unconscious idealized, fixed, and univocal image.
    • It features drummer Federico Isasti, pianist Ernesto Jodos and bassist Juan Bayon.
    • This is Isasti’s first album as a leader and also the first release for La Disidencia de las Máquinas.
  • Leo Genovese, Mariano Otero, Sergio Verdinelli “Battle of Adwa” from Trio Sin Tiempo : Ritmos de Agua (577 Records)
    • In Ritmos de Agua, longtime friends and jazz musicians Leo Genovese, Mariano Otero, and Sergio Verdinelli explore the power and potentiality of water. Contextualizing their aesthetic inspirations within the historical and the metaphorical, the 12 tracks allude to the very tangible rise of civilizations, rich natural ecologies and the singular fluidity of water that moves through their art. Appealing to genres like Chamame, Chamarrita, Tango, and Candombe, the musicians draw from the experience of water, its fluidity and its steady tidal rhythms. While water never dances the same way twice, its amorphous predictability can be felt in the repetitive sensation of waves, or the meditative course of a stream—a feeling the musicians mirror in their varied compositions and gentle deliveries on piano, drums and bass.
  • William Parker “Rocas Rojas” from Mayan Space Station (Aum Fidelity)
    • Mayan Space Station is William’s first electric guitar trio album. The unparalleled rhythmic firmament created by Parker & Cleaver is matched by Mendoza in full flight. This is cosmic multi-hued blues, perfect for space and time travel.
  • Axel Filip “Nocturnal” from Sendero (eyes&ears)
  • Chris McGregor’s Brotherhood Of Breath “Kongi’s Theme” from Bremen to Bridgwater (Cuneiform)
    • This release, contains two albums worth of previously unreleased live recordings made in Germany and England during two very different periods of the band’s career. The German radio recordings were made on June 20th, 1971 at Lila Eule (Lilac Owl), a well known jazz club in Bremen. The English recordings were made at the Bridgewater Arts Center, during two tours that the band made with different lineups in February and November of 1975, and feature some of the very last recordings of trumpeter Mongezi Feza, who died in December of that year. Featured Kong’s Theme from Bremen
    • Harry Beckett trumpet , Marc Charig trumpet , Nick Evans trombone , Mongezi Feza trumpet Malcol, m Griffiths trombone , Chris McGregor piano, Harry Miller double bass, Louis Moholo drums, Mike Osborne alto sax, clarinet, Dudu Pukwana , Alan Skidmore tenor sax , Gary Windo tenor sax
  • HOUR TWO
  • El Devinir Del Rio “La emancipacion de la rosa” from Invocación (eyes&ears)
  • Leo Genovese, Mariano Otero, Sergio Verdinelli “Los Pajaros” from Trio Sin Tiempo : Ritmos de Agua (577 Records)
  • William Parker “Mayan Space Station” from Mayan Space Station (Aum Fidelity)
  • La Disidencia de las Máquinas “For Petter” from Imago (eyes&ears)
  • Hank Roberts Sextet “845 L” from Science of Love (Sunnyside)
  • Leo Genovese, Mariano Otero, Sergio Verdinelli “Molay Bedra” from Trio Sin Tiempo : Ritmos de Agua (577 Records)
  • Axel Filip “El Brujo” from Sendero (eyes&ears)

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