World of Jazz 357

  1. Diane Roblin “Back on Track” from Life Force (Self Produced) 00:00
  2. Chelsea McBride’s Socialist Night School “Revolution Blues” from Aftermath (Crym Music) 06:43
  3. Ben van Gelder, Tony Tixier, Tom Berkmann, Matthias Ruppnig “Lakeview” from Scopes (Whirlwind Recordings) 14:24
  4. Daniel Rorke, Oscar Noriega, Simon Jermyn, Matthew Jacobson “Naked Allies” from Naked Allies (Orenda Records) 19:26
  5. Dick Oatts, Billy Drewes, Walt Weiskopf  “A Galant Farewell” from Jazz Session Volume 18 (SteepleChase) 24:58
  6. JAAS “Sound of Wall” from Slowly Rocking (ausculto fonogram) 33:51
  7. Diane Roblin “Modal Moods” from Life Force (Self Produced) 42:07
  8. Chelsea McBride’s Socialist Night School “Ballad Of The Arboghast” from Aftermath (Crym Music) 47:53
  9. Nat Reeves “Blue Ridge” from Blue Ridge (Nat Reeves/Side Door Jazz) 55:27
  10. Massimo Colombo “A Remark You Made” Acoustic Weather (The Music of Weather Report) (Massimo Colombo) 1:00:15
  11. Tom Christensen “Asleep and Sleeping With Them” from New York School (Playscape Recordings) 1:07:20
  12. Up and Out “Three Draft Pistons” from Up and Out (Amirani Records) 1:17:10
  13. Chelsea McBride’s Socialist Night School “Love Is On The Line” from Aftermath (Crym Music) 1:25:56
  14. Diane Roblin “Bela” from Life Force (Self Produced) 1:35:46
  15. Sean Conly​, Michael Attias​, Tom Rainey “Improvisation #2” from Live at The Bushwick Series (gauci music) 1:42:37
  16. Art Pepper “Waltz Me Blues” from Art Pepper: 12 Classic Albums 1954-1962 (Enlightment) 1:58:20

Another show packed with new music with a focus on new releases from Diane Roblin and Chelsea McBride. Diane Roblin’s spirited debut release ‘RECONNECT’ made the jazz charts and received airplay around the globe. Now she offers a second album of high energy music from the heart called ‘LIFE FORCE’ featuring an explosive six piece band

  • HOUR ONE
  • Diane Roblin “Back on Track” from Life Force
    • Roblin put together a group of Canada’s most sought-out jazz musicians; bassist and producer George Koller,  electronic valve instrumentalist Bruce Cassidy, trumpet and flugelhorn player Kevin Turcotte, tenor sax and bass clarinetist Jeff LaRochelle along with Ben Riley on drums explore her eight diverse tracks. From high energy jazz-funk to stunning ballads, Diane’s engaging compositions are met with expressive improvisation and impressionistic overtones from this stellar band.
    •  (Self Produced)
  • Chelsea McBride’s Socialist Night School “Revolution Blues” from Aftermath
    • In 2017, Toronto composer and saxophonist Chelsea McBride wowed critics and listeners alike with The Twilight Fall, the first full length album from her large ensemble Socialist Night School. Two years later, Chelsea and co. are back with an even more ambitious follow up: Aftermath. This is an album that explores conflict in all its forms: macro and micro, internal and interpersonal. It’s an exploration of the things that we do to each other out of hurt, and the consequences of those actions.
    • Chelsea McBride – Tenor Sax, Conductor, Composer
    • Alex Samaras – Voice
    • Colleen Allen , Naomi Higgins, Alison Young, Patrick Smith, Conrad Gluch – Saxes, Flutes and Clarinets
    • James Rhodes, Justin See, Tom Upjohn, Kaelin Murphy – Trumpet & Flugelhorn
    • William Carn, Aidan Sibley, Jill Richards – Trombone
    • Nicholas Sieber – Bass Trombone, Tuba
    • Chris Bruder – Piano
    • David Riddel – Guitar
    • Steven Falk – Acoustic and Electric Bass
    • Geoff Bruce – Drums
  • Ben van Gelder; Tony Tixier; Tom Berkmann; Matthias Ruppnig “Lakeview” from Scopes
    • Ben van Gelder alto saxophone
      Tony Tixier piano
      Tom Berkmann bass
      Mathias Ruppnig drums2019 Whirlwind Recordings WR4736
  • Daniel Rorke, Oscar Noriega, Simon Jermyn, Matthew Jacobson “Naked Allies” from Naked Allies
    • Recorded in Figure 8 Studios, Brooklyn New York, June 2018
    • Daniel Rorke tenor saxophone
      Oscar Noriega alto saxophone, bass clarinet
      Simon Jermyn bass
      Matthew Jacobson drums2019 Orenda Records
  • Dick Oatts, Billy Drewes, Walt Weiskopf  “A Galant Farewell” from Jazz Session Volume 18
    • Recorded November 1998
    • Dick Oatts tenor saxophone
      Billy Drewes tenor saxophone
      Walt Weiskopf tenor saxophone
      Andy LaVerne piano
      Jay Anderson bass
      Adam Nussbaum drums2006 CD Steeplechase 31594
  • JAAS “Sound of Wall” from Slowly Rocking
    • “JAAS which is a group that comprises some of the best of the Swedish scene of improvisers, the album here presents a well established relationship between the players, a selection of recordings that balances between composed improvisations and improvised compositions.” -T
    • isha MukarjiAnna Lindal violin
      David Stackenäs guitar
      Henrik Olsson percussion, electronics
      Vilhelm Bromander double bass
      Johan Arrias clarinet, alto saxophone2016 ausculto fonogram
  • Diane Robin “Modal Moods” from Life Force
  • Chelsea McBride’s Socialist Night School “Ballad Of The Arboghast” from Aftermath
  • Nat Reeves “Blue Ridge” from Blue Ridge
    • Nat Reeves bass
      Josh Bruneau trumpet
      Steve Davis trombone
      Rick Germanson piano
      Eric McPherson drums2019
    • Nat Reeves / Side Door Jazz
  • HOUR TWO
  • Massimo Colombo “A Remark You Made” Acoustic Weather (The Music of Weather Report)
    • Massimo Colombo piano
      Maurizio Quintavalle double bass
      Enzo Zirilli drums
    • 2019 Massimo Colombo
  • Tom Christensen “Asleep and Sleeping With Them” from New York School
    • ecorded April 15-16, 2004Tom Christensen soprano, tenor sax, clarinets, flutes, English horn, oboe
      Walt Weiskopf clarinets, flute, soprano, tenor saxophone
      Kermit Driscoll bass
      Satoshi Takeishi percussion2005 Playscape Recordings PSR 041504
  • Up and Out “Three Draft Pistons” from Up and Out
    • Dag Magnus Narvesen drums
      Harri Sjöström soprano, sopranino saxophone, selected mutes
      Philipp Wachsmann violin, live electronics
      Emilio Gordoa vibraphone
      Matthias Bauer double bass2019 Amirani Records AMRN060
  • Chelsea McBride’s Socialist Night School “Love Is On The Line” from Aftermath
  • Diane Roblin “Bela” from Life Force
  • Sean Conly​, Michael Attias​, Tom Rainey “Improvisation #2” from Live at The Bushwick Series
    • A stunning performance by NYC improvising giants Sean Conly, Michael Attias, and Tom Rainey. Recorded live at Brooklyn’s celebrated Bushwick Series!Recorded January 28, 2019, on site by Jon Goldberger.Sean Conly bass
      Michaël Attias alto saxophone
      Tom Rainey drums2019 gaucimusic
  • Art Pepper “Waltz Me Blues” from Art Pepper: 12 Classic Albums 1954-1962 (Enlightment)

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