PLAYLIST 02/11/2010
Artist / Song / CD-Album / LABEL

Jeff Gauthier Goatette / Rina Pt. 1 / One and the Same / CRYPTOGRAMOPHONE

Ramona Borthwick / Who's Your Mama / One Of Us / LEITMOTIF
Clay Giberson / Spaceton's Approach / Spaceton's Approach / ORIGIN
Aram Shelton's Fast Citizens / Big News / Two Cities / DELMARK

NYNDK / Pendulum / NYNDK / JAZZHEADS
Fareed Haque & The Flat Earth Ensemble / Big Bhangra / Flat Planet / OWL
Pat Metheny / Spirit of the Air / Orchestrion / NONESUCH
Roberta Piket Trio / Claude's Clawed / Love and Beauty / THIRTEENTH NOTE RECORDS

Bill Frisell / Blues for Los Angeles / East West / NONESUCH
Michael Bellar-The As-Is Ensemble / Squashing Pollyanna / Turned On Turned Up / LEFT 3 LANES
David Torn / AK / Prezens / ECM

Amina Figarova / Come Escape With Me / Come Escape with Me / MUNICH RECORDS
Mark Taylor / Spectre / Spectre / ORIGIN
Will Calhoun / Nefertiti / Native Lands / HALFNOTE
Trace Elements / Metamorphosis Pt. 4 / Parallel Universe / ASR

Bobby Zankel & Warriors of the Wonderful Sound / Ceremonies of Forgiveness pt.1 / DREAMBOX MEDIA
Bobby Zankel & Warriors of the Wonderful Sound / Ceremonies of Forgiveness pt.2 / DREAMBOX MEDIA
Brad Goode / Nature Boy / Nature Boy / DELMARK
Aaron Immanuel Wright / Sunrise / Eleven Daughters / ORIGIN

Stefon Harris & Blackout / The Afterthought / Urbanus / CONCORD
Torbjorn Zetterberg / Hela Sanningen / Kbissvit / MOSEROBIE
Joe Morris Quartet / Backbone / Today On Earth / AUM FIDELITY

Pinski Zoo / Please Note / After Image / SLAM
Weston-Bailey-Tacuma / Moment / Mirakle / TZADIK

Peter Brotzmann Chicago Tentet Plus Two / Hold That Thought / Short Visit To Nowhere / Okka Disk

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