Playlist (partial): 10/31/17

Arthur Blythe, My Little Brown Book (Blythe Byte)
Tyshawn Sorey, Cascade in Slow Motion (Verisimilitude)
Arthur Prysock, I’m Through With Love
Wadada Leo Smith, The Healer’s Voyage on the Sacred River (Golden Quartet)
Charles Lloyd, Tagore on the Delta (Passin’ Thru)
Heliotone Tone-tette, Heliotone #6 (Heliotonic Toneways, Vol. 1)
Geri Allen, Inner City Blues (Grand River Crossings…)
David Lewiston, Sayyid Chant
Jane Ira Bloom, Unconscious Forces (Live Silver, Like Song)
Mary Halvorson and Jessica Pavone, Saturn (Departure of Reason)
Charles Thomas, My Foolish Heart (The Colors of a Dream)
Steve Coleman, Dancing and Jabbing (Morphogenesis)
Jean-Michel Pilc, Tableau No. 6 (Etude)
Astor Piazzolla, Mlonga For Three (The Rough Dancer and the Cyclical Night)
The Harlem Hamfats, Tempe De Bucket
The Bakersfield New Music Collective (Ray Zepeda), I Am That Person (Re-imagining Milton Babbitt)
Guy Klucevsek, Hymnopedie No. 3 (The Multiple Personalities Reunion Tour)
Robert Sabin, Leviathan (Humanity, pt. 2)
Wadada Leo Smith,Ohnedaruth John Coltrane… (Najwa)
Andrew Hill, Plantation Bag (Passing Ships)
Roswell Rudd, Honey on the Moon (Blue Mongol)
Jim Black’s Alasnoaxis, Inkionos (Houseplant)
Sidney Bechet, Groovin’ the Minor
Brooklyn Rider, Qi:2 Garden (Spontaneous Symbols)
Matthew Golombisky, Cuento #10 (Third Coast)
Wadada Leo Smith, Reflections (Reflections and Meditations on Monk)
JD Allen, Bigger Thomas (Americana)
Markley & Balmer, One More Day (standards & covers)
Lula Pena, O Quereres (Phados)
Kojiro Umezaki, what falls must rise [alt.] (Cycles)
L’Arpeggiata – Christina Pluhar, Vivaldi Concerto-in-g-minor-RV-157 (Handel Goes Wild)
The Ink Spots, I Don’t Want To Set The World On Fire
Horace Tapscott, The Dark Tree (West Coast Hot)
Guy Klucevsek, Hymnopedie No. 2 (The Multiple Personalities Reunion Tour)
Barry Altschul w/Jon Irabagon & Joe Fonda, title (The 3Dom Factor [Live In Kraków])

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