PLAYLIST 02/04/2010
Artist / Song / CD-Album / LABEL

Burnt Sugar / Springtime For Chillun / Not April in Paris: The Arkestra Chamber Live at Banlieues Bleues / TRUGROID

Corey Wilkes / Ubiquitous Budafly / Drop It / DELMARK
R.U.B. (Rothenberg/Kazuhisa/Bennett) / Are You Be / Overstepper / ANIMUL
Henry Threadgill / Like It Feels / Makin' A Move / COLUMBIA

Shirantha Beddage / Turentrane / Roots and Branches / JAZZ EXCURSION
Eri Yamamoto / Sheep Song / In Each Day, Something Good / AUM FIDELITY
Marc Cary / A Long Walk Home / Focus / MOTEMA
The Dynamite Vikings / Bottle Eater / Vikingology / COPE RECORDS (import)

Previte-Sharp-Horvitz-Zorn / Bleeker & Bowery / Downtown Lullaby / DEPTH OF FIELD
Darius Jones Trio / Cry Out / Man'ish Boy / AUM FIDELITY
Willy Dalton-The Seraphim String Quartet / Silk City / INDEPENDENT
Greg Duncan Quintet / No Return / Unveiled / ORIGIN

Jerry Granelli V16 / The Truth / Vancouver '08 / SONGLINES
Jamaaladeen Tacuma-Cornell Rochester / Mr. Monk / Meet The Podium 3: Live in Koln / TIMELESS (import)
Tronzo Trio / Sadness / Roots / KNITTING FACTORY WORKS

Zach Brock & The Coffee Achievers / Now I Know / Live At the Jazz Factory / SECRET FORT
If Destroyed Still True / Nothing Great Is Easy / Seven Dials / INDEPENDENT (import)
Vijay Iyer / Somewhere / Historcity / ACT
Eldad Tarmu Chamber Jazz Ensemble / Headed East / Songs for the Queen of Bohemia / INDEPENDENT

Dana Hall / I Have A Dream / Into The Light / ORIGIN
Justin Vasquez / Triptych / Triptych / INDEPENDENT
Adam Shulman Quintet / Spring / Patterns Of Change / KABOCHA
Jack Dejohnette feat. Bill Frisell / The Elephant Sleeps But Still Remembers / The Elephant Sleeps But Still Remembers / GOLDEN BEANS
Omar Sosa / Promised Land / Across the Divide / HALFNOTE

Tom Heasley-Toss Panos / Zephyr / Passages / FULL BLEED MUSIC
Vandermark 5 / The Ladder / A Discontinous Line / ATAVISTIC

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