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00:00 - The Jazz Hole with Linus
02:16 - April Song - Harley Card
06:46 - Moonmouth - Michaël Attias Quartet
11:20 - I Thought I Knew (for Pedro Giraudo) - Ryan Keberle & Catharsis
17:05 - The Jazz Hole with Linus
19:00 - Emerald - Camila Meza
25:36 - Jolley Charlie - Eric Wyatt
32:43 - The Greatest Invention - Harley Card
37:29 - The Jazz Hole with Linus
40:02 - A Distant Bell - Harley Card
46:18 - Granada Bus - Ernesto Cervini’s Turboprop
52:00 - Moongirl - Tatiana Eva-Marie
54:58 - The Jazz Hole with Linus
56:28 - Paris Paris - Tatiana Eva-Marie
60:38 - Finish

Today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus includes music from the brand new album The Greatest Invention by the Toronto guitarist, composer and educator Harley Card, plus tracks by Ryan Keberle & Catharsis, Camila Meza and Tatiana Eva Marie. Other artists are Michaël Attias (Michaël Attias Quartet), Eric Wyatt and Ernest Cervini (Ernesto Cervini’s Turboprop) – three interview guests in episodes during the year 2017.

Harley Card – “April Song”, “The Greatest Invention” & “A Distant Bell”
Album: The Greatest Invention
Harley Card (g), David French (ts), Matt Newton (p), Jon Maharaj (b) and Ethan Ardelli (d)

Michaël Attias Quartet – Moonmouth
Album: Nerve Dance
Michaël Attias (as), Aruán Ortiz (p), John Hébert (b) and Nasheet Waits (d)

Ryan Keberle & Catharsis – I Thought I Knew (for Pedro Giraudo)
Album: Azul Infinito
Ryan Keberle (tb, melodica), Camila Meza (voc), Mike Rodriguez (tp, pandeiro), Jorge Roeder (b, e-b, b effects) and Eric Doob (d)

Camila Meza – Emerald
Album: Traces
Camila Meza (g, voc), Shai Maestro (p, rhodes, wurlitzer, mellotron, pump org, ampli-celeste), Matt Penman (b), Kendrick Scott (d), Bashiri Johnson (perc) and Jody Redhage (cello)

Eric Wyatt – Jolley Charlie
Album: Look To The Sky
Eric Wyatt (ts), Benito Gonzalez (p), Eric Wheeler (b) and Kyle Poole (d)

Ernesto Cervini’s Turboprop – Granada Bus
Album: REV
Ernesto Cervini (d), Tara Davidson (ss), Joel Frahm (ts), William Carn (tb), Adrean Farrugia (p) and Dan Loomis (b)

Tatiana Eva-Marie – Moongirl
Album: Moongirl
Tatiana Eva-Marie (voc), Adrien Chevalier (violin), Michael Valeanu (g), Hyuna Park (p), Jeremy Bruyère (b) and Francesco Ciniglio (d)

Tatiana Eva-Marie – Paris Paris
Album: Moongirl
Tatiana Eva-Marie (voc), Adrien Chevalier (violin), Koran Agan (g), Gordon Webster (p), Eduardo Belo (b) and Antoine Cara (d)

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Host // Linus
Location: NYC | Host Since: 2009
Linus Wyrsch is one of New York City's most sought-after clarinetists and saxophonists. Full of passion for jazz, Brazilian and Latin…
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