Martin Wind

Premiere DateMar 11, 2018
Categories Jazz Music
00:00 The Jazz Hole with Linus
02:39 Platter Chris Platt Trio
04:11 Sky Glow Chris Platt Trio
10:24 The Jazz Hole with Linus
12:53 While I’m Still Here Martin Wind
19:02 Interview with Martin Wind, Part I
29:18 De Norte a Sul Martin Wind
34:38 Interview with Martin Wind, Part II
38:48 A Genius and a Saint Martin Wind
44:33 Interview with Martin Wind, Part III
52:32 The Jazz Hole with Linus
54:45 Hands Down Lo’ The Heavyweight Brass Band, Eugene Grant
58:17 I’ve Got Time For You The Heavyweight Brass Band
61:36 Finish

Bassist and composer Martin Wind is the interview guest on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus. He is talks about his new album Light Blue (Laika Records) and much more. Plus some music from two other brand new albums today: Sky Glow by the Toronto-area guitarist and composer Chris Platt (Chris Platt Trio) and This City by the Heavyweights Brass Band – also based in Toronto, but recorded during a pilgrimage to New Orleans, the city that has inspired them since their inception.


Chris Platt Trio – “Platter” & “Sky Glow”
Album: Sky Glow
Chris Platt (g), Phill Albert (b) and Robin Claxton (d)


Martin Wind – While I’m Still Hereq
Album: Light Blue
Martin Wind (b), Ingrid Jensen (tp), Scott Robinson (ts), Gary Versace (org) and Matt Wilson (d)

Martin Wind – De Norte a Sul
Album: Light Blue
Martin Wind (acoustic bass guitar), Maucha Adnet (voc), Scott Robinson (ts), Anat Cohen (cl), Bill Cunliffe (p) and Duduka Da Fonseca (d)

Martin Wind – A Genius and a Saint
Album: Light Blue
Martin Wind (b), Scott Robinson (cl), Anat Cohen (cl), Bill Cunliffe (p) and Duduka Da Fonseca (d)

The Heavyweights Brass Band (featuring Eugene Grant) – Hands Down Lo’
Album: This City
John Pittman, Ashlin Parker (tp), Chris Butcher (tb, composer), Tom Richards (tb), Paul Metcalfe (ts), Lowell Whitty (d, perc), Joe Lastie (bass d) and Eugene Grant (voc, congas, tp)

The Heavyweights Brass Band – I’ve Got Time For You
Album: This City
John Pittman (tp), Chris Butcher (tb), Paul Metcalfe (ts, composer), Tom Richards (tu) and Lowell Whitty (d, perc)

Linus Wyrsch is one of New York City's most sought-after clarinetists and saxophonists. Full of passion for jazz, Brazilian and Latin music, the Swiss native maintains a busy performance and recording schedule.…

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