PLAYLIST 2/18/2010
Artist / Song / CD-Album / LABEL

Ed Neumeister Quartet / Osmosis / Reflection / ARTISTSHARE

Jean-Paul Bourelly / Traffic / Trance Atlantic Boom Bop II / DOUBLE MOON
Jean-Paul Bourelly / Cool Papa N'Diaye / Trance Atlantic Boom Bop II / DOUBLE MOON
Bill Bruford's Earthworks / The Wooden Man Sings and the Stone Woman Dances / Footloose and Fancy Free / DISCIPLINE GLOBAL MOBILE
GoodandEvil / Roll It Back / GoodandEvil Sessions / THIRSTY EAR

Paula Gardiner / Comment / Hot Lament / EDITIONS (UK)
Mark Taylor / Osmium Zaminder and the Fire Demons of Praethor / Circle Squared / INDEPENDENT
Joel Harrison / Twelve Gates to the City / Free Country / ACT

Arcana / Circles Of Hell / Arc Of The Testimony / AXIOM
Kari Ikonen & Karikko / Aina Kekria Kestaa / Oceanophonic / TEXICALLI
Josh Berman / On Account of a Hat / Old Idea / DELMARK
Matt Jorgensen + 451 / Power to the People / Another Morning / ORIGIN
The Chris Tarry Group / Alien Blueprints / Almost Certainly Dreaming / 19-8 RECORDS

Steve Coleman & the 5 Elements / Plagal Transitions / Lucidarium / LABEL BLEU
Grazyna Auguscik Group / Don`t Explain / Live Sounds Live / GMA RECORDS
Mark Murphy / Ding Walls / Stolen...And Other Moments / 32 JAZZ
Fay Victor / Joe's Car / The Freesong Suite / GREEN AVENUE MUSIC

Benny Reid / Escaping Shadows / Escaping Shadows / CONCORD
The Vandermark Quartet / Leadfoot / Solid Action / PLATYPUS
Scenes (John Stowell-Jeff Johnson-John Bishop) / Laughing River / Rinnova / ORIGIN
Music Revelation Ensemble / Purity / In the Name of... / DIW

Vibes (Bill Ware-Brad Jones-E.J. Rodriquez) / Dark Alleys / Liebe Tunia / KNITTING FACTORY WORKS
Mikkel Ploug-Sissel Vera Pettersen-Joachim Bradenhorst / Fri / Equilibrium / SONGLINES
Scott Amendola / Believe / Believe / CRYPTOGRAMOPHONE
Alex Graham / Push / The Good Live / ORIGIN

Kazutoki Umezu / Yakitori / Eclecticism / KNITTING FACTORY WORKS
Vijay Iyer / Machine Dayes / Tragiccomic / SUNNYSIDE
Andrew Hill / Not So / Smokestack / BLUE NOTE
David Ficuzynski-John Medeski / Gloria Ascending / Lunar Crush / GRAMAVISION

The Monterey Quartet (Holland-Rubalcaba-Potter-Harland) / 50 / Live 2007.. / MJF RECORDS

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