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Episode #3002

Nu-Jazz Piano Trios and Solos

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Sunday, February 12, 2012

Listen to the some new jazz piano in both trio and solo forms.  On this New Sounds, we'll listen to the prog-jazzers the Bad Plus, along with something from e.s.t.  Also, solo piano music as heard in the propulsive poundings of Francesco Tristano, and the thoughtful musings of Jason Moran.  Plus, a sampling of Matthew Shipp's "4D," and more.

PROGRAM #3002, Nu Jazz for Piano Trio and Solo Piano (First aired on Thurs. 11-12-09)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

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SOURCE

The Bad Plus

Suspicious Activity?

Anthem for the Earnest [6:38]

Columbia #94740**
www.thebadplus.com*

e.s.t. (esbjörn svensson trio)

Tuesday Wonderland

Fading Maid Preludium [4:09]

Emarcy B0008613
Available at Amazon.com*

Art of Sound Trio

Congregation volume 4

Congregation [6:41]

33 Records 33JAZZ193 www.nday.co.uk/JohnLaw.html

Francesco Tristano

Not For Piano

Strings of Life [7:15]

In Fine #1185
www.sunnysiderecords.com*

e.s.t. (esbjörn svensson trio)

Tuesday Wonderland

Tuesday Wonderland [6:32]

See above.

Matthew Shipp

4D

Equilibrium [3:08]

Thirsty Ear 57192
www.thirstyear.com

Phronesis

Green Delay

Abraham’s New Gift [7:12]

Loop 1008 www.jasperhoiby.com
www.myspace.com/phronesismusic

Tord Gustavsson

The Ground

Curtains Aside [5:15]

ECM 1892
www.ecmrecords.com

Jason Moran

Modernistic

Gentle Shifts South [3:31]

Blue Note Records 39838
www.bluenote.com

Art of Sound Trio

Congregation volume 4

Watching, Waiting, excerpt [2:30]

See above.

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