Playlist (partial) 11/30/17

Bakersfield New Music Collective, Stones (Bakersfield New Music Collective)
Martynas Parlez-Moi d’Amour (Martynas)
Orchestra Baobab, Gnowoe (Specialists in All Styles)
Mose Allison, Everybody Cryin’ Mercy
David Virelles, Short Story For Piano (Continuum)
Charles Mingus, Fifty-First Street Blues (East Coasting)
Yasmin Levy, Gracia a la vica (LaJuderia: Ladino Meets Flamenco)
Vijay Iyer & Wadada Leo Smith, The Empty Mind Receives (A Cosmic Rhythm With Each Stroke)
Charles Lloyd, Ruby My Dear (Mirrors)
Alfredo Triff, Front And Back (21 Broken Melodies At Once)
Myra Melford & Ben Goldberg, 1 Through 8 (Dialogue)
Andrew Cyrille w/John Lindberg, Wadada Leo Smith & Larry Ochs, Waltz Four
Mahmoud Ahmed, Tezeta Garedew (Live In Paris)
Anthony Coleman, Bert Williams (Sephardic Tinge)
Bitter Funeral Beer Band, Blekete (Live in Nurmberg)
William Parker, Poem For June Jordan (Sound Unity)
Harry Partch New Band w/Robert Osborne, Before the Last Laugh
Kamau Daaood, Army Of Healers (Leimert Park)
Aldo Ciccelini, Triana (Albenitz: Iberia, Book 2)
Eric Mingus, Railroad Avenue (Langston Hughes: The Dream Keeper)
Michael Mussilami, Max’s Wolf Suit (Pride)
Jeremy Suskind, Vanished Music, Twilit Water (Finger-Songwriter)
Laszlo Gardony, Forward March (Serious Play)
Alfredo Rodriguez, Gitanerias (Tocororo)
Erik Friedlander, Small Things (Rings)
Billie & DeDe Pierce, Panama (Gulf Coast Blues)
Ellery Eskelin, Andrea Parkins & Jim Black, We See (The Secret Museum)
Myra Melford Be Bread, To The Roof (The Image Of Your Body)
Evan Lurie, The Orderly Retreat (Selling Water By The Side Of The River)
The Tiger Lillies w/Kronos Quartet, Gin (The Gorey End)
Kris Davis, B Side (Good Citizen)
Julia Sarr & Patrice Larose, Sanai Dagan (Set Luna)
Stephen Riley & Peter Zak, title (Haunted Heart)
Mette Henriette, All Ears (Mette Henriette)
William Parker & Hamid Drake, Nur al Anwar (Piercing the Veil)

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