World of Jazz 452

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  1. Andrew Cyrille “Mountain” from The News (ECM) 00:00
  2. Daniel Carter, Tobias Wilner, Djibril Toure, Federico Ughi “Day Dream” from New York United, Volume 2 (577 Records) 09:42
  3. The Joe Harriott Quintet “Formation” from Formation Live ’61 (Jazz In Britain) 14:46
  4. Petter Eldh “Goods Yard feat. Richard Spaven” from Projekt Drums Volume 1 (Edition Records) 20:39
  5. Andres Hayes “Onirico” from 7 (Club Del Disco) 25:55
  6. Camila Nebbia “Aferrada a un fragmento de un sueño” from A veces, la luz de lo que existe resplandece sólamente a la distancia (Kuai Music) 31:01
  7. Andrew Cyrille “The News” from The News (ECM) 40:51
  8. Daniel Carter, Tobias Wilner, Djibril Toure, Federico Ughi “After The Rain” from New York United, Volume 2 (577 Records) 46:43
  9. Andres Hayes “En Le Jardin” from 7 (Club Del Disco) 50:50
  10. Sean Conly “The Buzz” from The Buzz (577 Records) 56:52
  11. Igor Wilcox Quartet “U.F.O.” from U.F.O. (Room 73 Records) 1:00:26
  12. Pedway “Subventure” from Subventure (ears&eyes) 1:09:14
  13. Andrew Cyrille “With You In Mind” from The News (ECM) 1:19:08
  14. Petter Eldh “East Croydon feat. James Maddren” from Projekt Drums Volume 1 (Edition Records) 1:26:11
  15. Andres Hayes “Danza” from 7 (Club Del Disco) 1:32:23
  16. Daniel Carter, Tobias Wilner, Djibril Toure, Federico Ughi “Bronx Night” from New York United, Volume 2 (577 Records) 1:38:43
  17. David Sandford “Subtraf” from A Prayer For Lester Bowie (Greenleaf) 1:46:22
  18. The Joe Harriott Quintet “Coda” from Formation Live ’61 (Jazz In Britain) 1:56:24

  • On this weeks show new music from New York United, Petter Eldh, Sean Conly, Igor Willcox, Andres Hayes and Andrew Cyrille. There are also older releases from Pedway, and Camila Nebbia, some classic music from 1961 from Joe Harriott, and the preview of a new album from David Sandford.
  • HOUR ONE
  • Andrew Cyrille “Mountain” from The News (ECM)
    • The News is a follow-up to Cyrille’s sonically subtle quartet album The Declaration of Musical Independence from 2016, but with imaginative Cuban New Yorker David Virelles joining guitarist Bill Frisell and double bassist Ben Street on keys.
  • Daniel Carter, Tobias Wilner, Djibril Toure, Federico Ughi “Day Dream” from New York United, Volume 2 (577 Records)
    • New York United is an experimental group at the musical intersection of a classic New York avant-garde scene and forward-looking electronic production. Comprised of multi-instrumentalist and 577 label -cofounder Daniel Carter (Saxophone, Flute, Trumpet, Clarinet), electronic producer Tobias Wilner from Blue Foundation (Synthesizers, Percussion, Vocals, Piano, Guitar), Wu-Tang Clan bass player Djibril Toure and 577’s Federico Ughi (Drums), their sound reflects their decades of collaboration. This second volume follows their celebrated debut, the eponymous New York United (2019), and matches its characteristically dreamlike effect, while maintaining a steady, rhythmic momentum.
  • The Joe Harriott Quintet “Formation” from Formation Live ’61 (Jazz In Britain)
    • Joe Harriott – alto sax, Les Condon – trumpet, flugelhorn, Pat Smythe – piano, Coleridge Goode – bass Phil Seamen – drums
    • Recorded live in London before a studio audience on the 24th August 1961. Previously unissued.
  • Petter Eldh “Goods Yard feat. Richard Spaven” from Projekt Drums Volume 1 (Edition Records)
    • Swedish Producer Petter Eldhwith his new album “Projekt Drums vol. 1” which embraces his love of heavy beats, psychedelic sounds and musical collaboration. This first volume is made of six diverse tracks from some of the most exciting drummers working on the scene today: Savannah Harris, Eric Harland, Nate Wood, James Maddren, Gard Nilssen and Richard Spaven.
    • The record is a sonic melting-pot with far-reaching influences including Brazilian Music (Hermeto Pascoal, Edu Lobo), Beats and Rhythm (Karriem Riggins, Jyoti/Georgia Anne Muldrow), 70’s Swedish Prog Rock (Samla Mammas Manna, Merit Hemmingson), and the Avant-Garde (Charlie Haden, Jameszoo, Daedelus)
  • Andres Hayes “Onirico” from 7 (Club Del Disco)
    • Saxophonist and Composer Andrés Hayes releases his new album Siete (Club del Disco, 2021). This new record gathers his own new pieces and two songs in collaboration with young composer and singer Juana Sallies who also provides lyrics. Trumpeter Juan Cruz de Urquiza, Ezequiel Dutil in the double bass, Bruno Varela in drums and Damien Poots and Ramiro Franceschin in guitars complete the septet.
    • The innovation in this record is the introduction of two very different sounding guitars that alternately interact with the rhythmic base and the wind band.
  • Camila Nebbia “Aferrada a un fragmento de un sueño” from A veces, la luz de lo que existe resplandece sólamente a la distancia (Kuai Music)
    • released October 3, 2017
    • Camila Nebbia: tenor sax Ingrid Feniger: alto sax & bass clarinet Guido Kohn: cello Nacho Szulga: bass Omar Menendez: drums Axel Filip: drums
  • Andrew Cyrille “The News” from The News (ECM)
  • Daniel Carter, Tobias Wilner, Djibril Toure, Federico Ughi “After The Rain” from New York United, Volume 2 (577 Records)
  • Andres Hayes “En Le Jardin” from 7 (Club Del Disco)
  • Sean Conly “The Buzz” from The Buzz (577 Records)
    • Exploring the iconic trio format, Sean Conly (Bass), Francisco Mela (Drums) and Leo Genovese (Piano) mix composition and improvised music into a shared language. Inspired by both contemporary and traditional musical arrangements, the musicians’ distinct inclinations blend together in playful form, delivered in an easy dialogue between the members of the trio. The Buzz’s 10 tracks are gentle and warm, displaying the comfort that the artists have with each other, and lending the album a similarly inviting aura throughout. This marks Sean Conly’s debut on 577 Records, the second album on the label for Leo Genovese (following Trio Sin Tiempo: Ritmos De Agua) and will be Francisco Mela’s third album on 577 Records, following MPT Trio (2021) and Music Frees Our Souls, Vol. 1 (2021). The Buzz will be available as a LP, CD and digitally on October 8, 2021. Singles from the album will be released in advance with The Buzz on August 26th, and Send In The Clones on September 16th.
  • HOUR TWO
  • Igor Wilcox Quartet “U.F.O.” from U.F.O. (Room 73 Records)
    • Studio version of a track previously released on a live album
    • Wagner Barbosa – saxophone Vini Morales – keys Glecio Nascimento – electric bass Igor Willcox – drums/composer/mixing/mastering
  • Pedway “Subventure” from Subventure (ears&eyes)
    • Pedway is a musical collaboration with its roots in Chicago; Quin Kirchner (drums), Matthew Golombisky (bass), and Caroline Davis (alto saxophone). Steeped in the traditions of jazz, rock, and whatever else has entered their consciousness, this group explores unchartered territory each time they perform. Their improvisations are inspired by many local Chicago groups and act as a bridge connecting a range of musical styles. Released February 2008
  • Andrew Cyrille “With You In Mind” from The News (ECM)
  • Petter Eldh “East Croydon feat. James Maddren” from Projekt Drums Volume 1 (Edition Records)
  • Andres Hayes “Danza” from 7 (Club Del Disco)
  • Daniel Carter, Tobias Wilner, Djibril Toure, Federico Ughi “Bronx Night” from New York United, Volume 2 (577 Records)
  • David Sandford “Subtraf” from A Prayer For Lester Bowie (Greenleaf)
    • releases September 24, 2021 – Soloists on this track : Mike Christianson (trombone), Dave Fabris (guitar) – will be featuring more when it is released
  • The Joe Harriott Quintet “Coda” from Formation Live ’61 (Jazz In Britain)

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