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The fifteenth episode of The Checkout from WBGO, featuring a studio session from Gilfema + 2. Adam Schatz introduces Search and Restore, and Spike Wilner celebrates the 15th Anniversary of Small’s Jazz Club. WBGO’s Josh Jackson is your host.
The trio Gilfema adds two clarinet players in this WBGO studio session. Hear live performances of music from Gilfema + 2’s ObliqSound recording.
Lionel Loueke: guitar/vocals
Massimo Biolcati: bass
Ferenc Nemeth: drums
Joris Roelofs: clarinet
John Ellis: bass clarinet
Question of Perspective (Nemeth)
Master of the Obvious (Biolcati)
Recorded January 12, 2009 at WBGO.
Produced by Josh Jackson
Recorded by David Tallacksen, with Josh Webb.
See photos from the session.
WBGO’s Josh Jackson interviews pianist and manager of Small’s Jazz Club in New York. Small’s Jazz celebrates its 15th Anniversary in 2009.
WBGO’s Josh Jackson interviews Adam Schatz, editor and co-founder of Search and Restore, a new avenue for progressive music presentation in New York.
Stuff from the Montreal Jazz Festival – Geoffrey Keezer joins the Wayne Shorter Quartet, Donny McCaslin plays some saxophone, Enrico Rava on opera and Jacques Tati, and Erik Truffaz travels the sonic road to Benares, Mexico, and Paris.
Donny McCaslin plays a solo saxophone workout on Cole Porter’s “What is This Thing Called Love?” Recorded for live broadcast from the Montreal International Jazz Festival.
WBGO’s Josh Jackson interviews trumpeter Erik Truffaz at the Montreal International Jazz Festival. Truffaz performed at the festival’s invitation series, presenting three nights of his collection, Rendezvous – Benares, Mexico, and Paris.
WBGO’s Josh Jackson interviews pianist Geoffrey Keezer about his new ArtistShare recording, Aurea, and joining the Wayne Shorter Quartet on an interim basis.
The thirteenth episode of The Checkout from WBGO, featuring pianist Steve Kuhn remembering Coltrane, Kurt Elling’s iPod hijack, Edward Simon tasting hot cocoa, and a review from the New York Times’ Ben Ratliff. WBGO’s Josh Jackson is your host.