Playlist (partial) 11/4/17

Wadada Leo Smith, Ornette Coleman’s Harmolodic… (Najwa)

Luciana Souza, Waters of March (The New Bossa Nova)
Marty Ehrlich, I Pity the Poor Immigrant (Song)
Lula Pena, Poema Poeme (Archivo Pettoresco)
Keyon Harrold, Broken News (The Mugician)
Blue Note All-Stars, Masquelero (Our Point of View)
Kris Davis, KTJ1 (Good Citizen)
Amir ElSaffar’s Rivers of Sound, Hijazz 23/8 (Not Two)
Tim Berne, Scanners (Snakeoil)
Mayte Martin & Tele Montoulu, Nostalgia (Free Boleros)
Thelonious Monk, Oska T (Big Band and Quartet in Concert)
Jason Kao Hwang, What You Know (Voice)
Thelonious Monk, Just A Gigolo (Monk’s Dream)
Zu & Eugene Chadbourne, Chain of Fools
Melissa Aldana, Servant #2 (Back Home)
Tim Berne, Hard Cell (The Shell Game)
Mary Halvorson & Jessica Pavone, What Should You Surrender? (Departure of Reason)
Lightnin’ Hopkins, Colin’ Board Blues
Mary Halvorson, title (Illusionary Sea)
L’Arpeggio w/Christina Pluhar, Cara Sposa (Handel Goes Wild)
Charles Thompson, Get Wid It (The Colors of a Dream)
Frankie Jaxon, Gimme A Pig Foot And A Bottle of Beer
Markley & Barmer, I Walk A Little Faster (standards & covers)
Dominique Visse, Dame, Ne Regardes Pas (Songs for Seven Centuries)
Steve Coleman, Morphing (Morphogenesis)
Tyshawn Sorey, Forty (Oblique – 1)
Blue Note All-Stars, Freedom Dance (Our Point of View)
Chet Baker & Paul Bley, If I Should Lose You (Diane)
Jeff “Tain” Watts, Blues For Mr. Charley (Blue, Vol. 1)
The Liberation Music Collective, Passing Away for Giles Corey (Rebel Portaiture)
The Splinks, I Promise (Consensus)
Lester Bowie, Count On Me (When The Spirits Return)
Julia Saar & Youssou N’Dour, Set Luna
Big Maybelle, Hair Dressin’ Women (Complete Okeh Recordings 1952-1955)
Roswell Rudd, Tres, Cuatro (El Espiritu Jibaro)
Charles Mingus, Los Mariachis (New Tiajuana Moods)

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