World of Jazz 362

  1. Eric St-Laurent “Bliss Station” from Bliss Station (Self Released) 00:00
  2. Logan Strosahl “Bark” from Sure (Sunnyside) 07:41
  3. Taylor Ho Bynum 9-tette  “Neither When Nor Where” from The Ambiguity Manifesto (Firehouse 12) 13:04
  4. Christophe Rocher, Joe Fonda, Harvey Sorgen “Read This” from New Origin (Not Two Records) 19:01
  5. Daniel Carter, Brad Farberman, Billy Martin “The Time Is Near” from Just Don’t Die (Ropeadope) 24:25
  6. Silvia Bolognesi Young Shouts “Chicago Summer Storm” from aLive Shouts, An Homage to Bessie Jones (Fonterossa Records) 31:51
  7. Taylor Ho Bynum 9-tette  “Ally Enter” from The Ambiguity Manifesto (Firehouse 12) 40:02
  8. Eric St-Laurent “Mustard Arizona” from Bliss Station (Self Released) 47:10
  9. Zlatko Kaučič, Michael Moore, Silvia Bolognesi, Marco Colonna, Albert Cirera “Koprena” from Morning Patches (Fundacja Słuchaj!) 51:30
  10. Logan Strosahl “Isfahan” from Sure (Sunnyside) 1:00:45
  11. Cooper Moore, Stephen Gauci “Improvisation #4” from Studio Sessions Vol. 1 (Gauci Music) 1:05:26
  12. Alfio Origlio “Le Clan Des Siciliens” from Absyrations (Alfio Origilio) 1:12:38
  13. Daniel Carter, Julian Priester, Adam Lane, Reggie Sylvester, David Haney “Construction Number 6” from Live Constructions Vol. 2 (SLAM Productions) 1:19:23
  14. Taylor Ho Bynum 9-tette  “Under Real [For Old Music]” from The Ambiguity Manifesto (Firehouse 12) 1:31:56
  15. Logan Strosahl “Three” from Sure (Sunnyside) 1:41:07
  16. Eric St-Laurent “Less” from Bliss Station (Self Released) 1:48:59
  17. Art Pepper “Patricia” from The Return of Art Pepper (Jazz West) 1:56:50

On this show featured albums from Eric St-Laurent, Taylor Ho Bynum 9-tette and Logan Strosahl.

The philosopher Joseph Campbell wrote extensively about “following one’s bliss.” These influential writings form the conceptual basis for Bliss Station, the 13th album of original music by Toronto-based guitarist and composer Eric St-Laurent.

Taylor Ho Bynum’s latest release brings together some of the best current players on the circuit to create an album which is both accessible and eccentric in equal measure.

Logan Strosahl is a restless polymath, drawing deeply upon 16th and 17th century classical, contemporary music, international folk forms and jazz. His new trio album brings his considerable skills as a winds player to the fore

There is also a selection of  music featuring Daniel Carter and Sylvia Bolognesi and other recent  releases.

    • Eric St-Laurent “Bliss Station” from Bliss Station (Self Released)
      • Eric St-Laurent – Guitar and Keyboards
        Sebastian Studnitzky – Trumpet and Piano
        Jordan O’Connor – Bass
        Michel Dequevedo – Percussion
      • The philosopher Joseph Campbell wrote extensively about “following one’s bliss.” These influential writings form the conceptual basis for Bliss Station, the 13th album of original music by Toronto-based guitarist and composer Eric St-Laurent.
      • The album was released worldwide on Friday, December 6th, 2019
    • Logan Strosahl “Bark” from Sure (Sunnyside)
      • The young Seattle-bred saxophonist and composer Logan Strosahl is a restless polymath, drawing deeply upon 16th and 17th century classical, contemporary music, international folk forms and jazz. His previous recordings have situated improvisation within complex, yet airy, arrangements, where his talents as a composer have taken center stage. But on his first trio outing—made with the nimble rhythm team of bassist Henry Fraser and drummer Allan Mednard—the spotlight falls on his abilities as a winds player.
    • Taylor Ho Bynum 9-tette  “Neither When Nor Where” from The Ambiguity Manifesto (Firehouse 12)
      • Released September 20, 2019
      • PersonnelTaylor Ho Bynum: cornet, flügelhorn
        Jim Hobbs: alto saxophone
        Bill Lowe: bass trombone, tuba
        Mary Halvorson: electric guitar
        Ken Filiano: acoustic bass, electronics
        Tomas Fujiwara: drumsWith 9-tette

        Ingrid Laubrock: tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone
        Tomeka Reid: cello
        Stomu Takeishi: electric bass

    • Christophe Rocher, Joe Fonda, Harvey Sorgen “Read This” from New Origin (Not Two Records)
      • Recorded June 2018 at Area 52 Studios, Saugerties, NY.Christophe Rocher clarinets
        Joe Fonda bass
        Harvey Sorgen drums2019 Not Two Records MW985-2

Daniel Carter, Brad Farberman, Billy Martin “The Time Is Near” from Just Don’t Die (Ropeadope)

    • Recorded at the Herman House on December 19, 2018Daniel Carter trumpet, tenor saxophone, flute
      Brad Farberman guitar
      Billy Martin drums 
  • Silvia Bolognesi Young Shouts “Chicago Summer Storm” from aLive Shouts, An Homage to Bessie Jones (Fonterossa Records)
    • The repertoire on this CD is inspired by African-American traditional folk songs.
    • Recorded live on May 17, 2019 at “il Lavoratorio” in Firenze, ItalySilvia Bolognesi double bass
      Attilio Sepe alto saxophone
      Emanuele Marsico trumpet, vocals
      Sergio Bolognesi drums
  • Taylor Ho Bynum 9-tette  “Ally Enter” from The Ambiguity Manifesto (Firehouse 12)
  • Eric St-Laurent “Mustard Arizona” from Bliss Station (Self Released)
  • Zlatko Kaučič, Michael Moore, Silvia Bolognesi, Marco Colonna, Albert Cirera “Koprena” from Morning Patches (Fundacja Słuchaj!)
    • Recorded on September 15, 2018 at St. Martin’s Church (Šmartno, Slovenia) on BCMF (Brda Contemporary Music Festival, Goriška Brda, Slovenia)Michael Moore alto saxophone, clarinet
      Marco Colonna clarinet, bass clarinet
      Albert Cirera tenor saxophone
      Silvia Bolognesi double bass
      Zlatko Kaučič ground sounds
  • HOUR TWO
  • Logan Strosahl “Isfahan” from Sure (Sunnyside) 
  • Cooper Moore, Stephen Gauci “Improvisation #4” from Studio Sessions Vol. 1 (Gauci Music)
    • Fresh off a 7 month residency at Brooklyn’s Happylucky no.1, legendary pianist Cooper Moore and saxophonist Stephen Gauci document their deepening musical relationship with this studio recording.Cooper-Moore piano
      Stephen Gauci tenor saxophone
  • Alfio Origlio “Le Clan Des Siciliens” from Absyrations (Alfio Origilio)
    • Recorded July 2017 at Studio 26, Antibes, FranceAlfio Origlio piano
      Remi Vignolo bass
      Andre Ceccarelli drums
  • Daniel Carter, Julian Priester, Adam Lane, Reggie Sylvester, David Haney “Construction Number 6” from Live Constructions Vol. 2 (SLAM Productions)
    • Recorded August 9, 2018 and October 21, 2018 at WKCR Radio, Columbia University, New YorkDaniel Carter saxophones, trumpet
      Julian Priester trombone
      David Haney piano
      Adam Lane bass
      Reggie Sylvester drums2019 SLAM Productions SLAMCD 597
      ‘Live Constructions’ is a programme of live studio performances broadcast by WKCR Radio based at Columbia University, New York by a group including pianist David Haney, saxophonist Daniel Carter and trombonist Julian Priester.
      ‘Live Constructions’ (SLAMCD589) featured a session by Daniel Carter, Hilliard Greene and David Haney recorded November 2017. Almost a year later Carter and Haney returned to the studio together with Julian Priester, Adam Lane and Reggie Sylvester, this session is preserved here on ‘Live Constructions Volume 2’
  • Taylor Ho Bynum 9-tette  “Under Real [For Old Music]” from The Ambiguity Manifesto (Firehouse 12)
  • Logan Strosahl “Three” from Sure (Sunnyside)
    • “Three” melds together disparate sources, including Baroque recitative, a Turkish rhythm upended by alternating time signatures and an open 5/4 groove that allows his concluding tenor solo to take off into the stratosphere.
  • Eric St-Laurent “Less” from Bliss Station (Self Released)
  • Art Pepper “Patricia” from The Return of Art Pepper (Jazz West)

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