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00:00 - The Jazz Hole with Linus
01:51 - When You Wake Up - Philippe Lemm Trio
07:39 - Glassman - Carn Davidson 9, Emilie-Claire Barlow
14:42 - All I Want - Svetlana & the Delancey Five
18:23 - The Jazz Hole with Linus
20:35 - It’s All Good - Svetlana & the Delancey Five
24:45 - Try Again - Carn Davidson 9
31:39 - He Wishes For The Cloths of Heaven - Sarah Jerrom
36:56 - The Jazz Hole with Linus
38:07 - Adam’s Curse - Sarah Jerrom
47:50 - Gluckschmerz - Andrew Schiller Quintet
53:24 - The Jazz Hole with Linus
55:27 - Skegness is SO Bracing - Andrew Schiller Quintet
60:54 - Finish

Tune in to The Jazz Hole with Linus – this week with new swingin’ music from Night at the Speakeasy by Svetlana & the Delancey Five (featuring Wycliffe Gordon), tracks by the Philippe Lemm Trio and the Andrew Schiller Quartet, plus more from two different Canadian projects: On the one hand that’s Murphy by Carn Davidson 9 (featuring Emilie-Claire Barlow), a collaborative project between composer/trombonist William Carn and composer/saxophonist Tara Davidson, and on the other hand that’s The Yeats Project, original music by composer, arranger and vocalist Sarah Jerrom set to the poetry of William Butler Yeats.


Philippe Lemm Trio – When You Wake Up
Album: New Amsterdam
Philippe Lemm (d), Angelo Di Loreto (p, comp) and Jeff Koch (d)

Carn Davidson 9 (featuring Emilie-Claire Barlow) – Galssman
Album: Murphy
William Carn (tb, comp), Tara Davidson (as, ss, fl, cl), Kelly Jefferson (ts, ss, cl), Perry White (bs, b-cl), Jason Logue, Kevin Turcotte (tp, flh), Alex Duncan (b-tb), Andrew Downing (b), Ernesto Cervini (d) and Emilie-Claire Barlow (voc) – arrangement by Geoff Young

Carn Davidson 9 – Try Again
Album: Murphy
William Carn (tb, comp), Tara Davidson (as, ss, fl, cl), Kelly Jefferson (ts, ss, cl), Perry White (bs, b-cl), Jason Logue, Kevin Turcotte (tp, fl), Alex Duncan (b-tb), Andrew Downing (b) and Ernesto Cervini (d, arr)

Svetlana & the Delancey Five – “All I Want” & It’s All Good”
Album: Night at the Speakeasy – Featuring Wycliffe Gordon
Svetlana Shmulyian (voc), Wycliffe Gordon (tb, arr), Charlie Caranicas (tp),
Adrian Cunningham (cl), Dalton Ridenhour (p), Vinny Raniolo (g), George Delancey (b) and Rob Garcia (d)

Sarah Jerrom – “He Wishes For The Cloths Of Heaven” & “Adam’s Curse”
Album: The Yeats Project
Sarah Jerrom (voc, arr), Tom Richards (cond), Linnea Thacker (violin),
Aleksandar Gajic (viola), Andrew Downing (cello), Rob McBride (b), Johnny Griffith (cl), Tara Kannangara (flh), Carissa Neufeld (p) and Ernesto Cervini (d)- Poetry by William Butler Yeats

Andrew Schiller Quintet – “Gluckschmerz” & “Skegness is SO Bracing”
Album: Tied Together, Not To The Ground
Andrew Schiller (b), Hery Paz, Alec Harper (ts), Frank Carlberg (p) and Robin Baytas (d)

Host // Linus Wyrsch
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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