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00:00 - The Jazz Hole with DJ Linus
02:10 - Three Tears at Midnight - Misha Piatigorsky
05:57 - Para Volar - Camila Meza
11:05 - Go Get ‘Em Tiger! - Andrew Schiller Quintet
16:47 - The Jazz Hole with DJ Linus
20:31 - Questions - Alex Goodman
28:02 - The Jazz Hole with DJ Linus Interview with Alex Goodman, Part I
36:07 - The First Break - Alex Goodman
41:57 - The Jazz Hole with DJ Linus Interview with Alex Goodman, Part II
49:27 - Apprehension - Alex Goodman
55:37 - The Jazz Hole with DJ Linus
56:09 - Tink Tink - Andrew Schiller Quintet
60:41 - Finish

Listen to some brand new music on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus, featuring interview guest Alex Goodman, who is about to release his newest album Second Act on Lyte Records. The NYC-based Canadian guitarist and composer tells us all about his new album, his band and his compositions. Other artists today include Misha Piatigorsky, Camila Meza, as well as the Alex Schiller Quintet and a couple of selections from their brand new album Tied Together, Not To The Ground.

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Misha Piatigorsky – Three Tears at Midnight
Album: Paris Troika
Misha Piatigorsky (p, clavinet, org), Buster Hemphill (e-b), Chris Wabich (d) and others
Camila Meza – Para Volar
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)
Andrew Schiller Quintet – “Go Get‘Em Tiger!” & “Tink Tink”
Album: Tied Together, Not To The Ground
Andrew Schiller (b), Hery Paz, Alec Harper (ts), Frank Carlberg (p) and Robin Baytas (d)
Alex Goodman – “Questions”, “The First Break” & “Apprehension”
Album: Second Act
Alex Goodman (g), Matt Marantz (sax, EWI), Eden Ladin (p, rhodes, lowery), Rick Rosato (b), Jimmy Macbride (d), Felicity Williams and Alex Samaras (voc)
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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