Jamie Baum

Premiere DateOct 14, 2018
Categories Jazz Music
00:00 The Jazz Hole with Linus
02:14 Imagination Nuphar Fey Trio
04:46 In The Fall Nuphar Fey Trio
12:48 The Jazz Hole with Linus
15:43 Honoring Nepal: The Shiva Suite, Part 2: Renewal The Jamie Baum Septet+
22:52 Interview with Jamie Baum, Part I
34:40 Song Without Words (for S. James Baum) The Jamie Baum Septet+
41:26 Interview with Jamie Baum, Part II
48:58 Joyful Lament The Jamie Baum Septet+
54:23 The Queen Ernesto Cervini’s Turboprop
59:36 The Jazz Hole with Linus
60:00 Gramps Ernesto Cervini’s Turboprop
66:42 Finish

Tune in to today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus, which includes interview guest Jamie Baum. NYC flutist/composer/recording artist/ clinician Jamie Baum talks about her new Jamie Baum Septet+ album Bridges, released on Sunnyside Records. Today’s show also includes tracks from the new EP by the Nuphar Fey Trio and from Abundance, the third album by Ernesto Cervini’s Turboprop.

Nuphar Fey Trio – “Imagination” & “In The Fall”
Album: EP
Nuphar Fey (p), Gilad Abro (b) and Gal Petel (d)

The Jamie Baum Septet+ – Honoring Nepal: The Shiva Suite, Part 2: Renewal
Album: Bridges
Jamie Baum (fl, alto fl, singing bowl), Amir Elsaffar (tp), Sam Sadigursky (as, b-cl), Chris Komer (f horn), Brad Shepik (g), John Escreet (p), Zack Lober (b), Jeff Hirshfield (d) and Jamey Haddad (perc)

The Jamie Baum Septet+ – Song Without Words (for S. James Baum)
Album: Bridges
Jamie Baum (fl, alto fl, singing bowl), Amir Elsaffar (tp, voc), Sam Sadigursky (as, b-cl), Chris Komer (f horn), Brad Shepik (g), John Escreet (p), Zack Lober (b) and Jeff Hirshfield (d)

The Jamie Baum Septet+ – Joyful Lament
Album: Bridges
Jamie Baum (fl, alto fl, singing bowl), Amir Elsaffar (tp), Sam Sadigursky (as, b-cl), Chris Komer (f horn), Brad Shepik (g), John Escreet (p), Zack Lober (b), Jeff Hirshfield (d) and Navin Chettri (perc, voc, tanpura)

Ernesto Cervini’s Turboprop – “The Queen” & “Gramps”
Album: Abundance
Ernesto Cervini (d, composer of “Gramps”), Tara Davidson (as, composer of “The Queen”), Joel Frahm (ts), William Carn (tb), Adrean Farrugia (p) and Dan Loomis (b)

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