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00:00 - The Jazz Hole with DJ Linus
01:33 - The Goatfish - Justin Mullens
09:01 - Canción de Cuna - Juana Luna
13:22 - The Jazz Hole with DJ Linus
16:13 - Good Help - Jamie Reynolds
21:40 - The Jazz Hole with DJ Linus Interview with Jamie Reynolds, Part I
31:39 - Lake Cycle - Jamie Reynolds
34:30 - The Jazz Hole with DJ Linus Interview with Jamie Reynolds, Part II
38:16 - The Earliest Ending - Jamie Reynolds, The Westerlies
39:03 - The Earliest Ending - Jamie Reynolds, Matthew Stevens
45:09 - The Jazz Hole with DJ Linus Interview with Jamie Reynolds, Part III
54:32 - Small Worlds - Jamie Reynolds, Matthew Stevens
61:48 - Finish

NYC-based Canadian pianist, keyboardist and composer Jamie Reynolds is today’s interview guest on The Jazz Hole with Linus. He talks about his brand new album Grey Mirror (Fresh Sound New Talent Records), which features guitarist Matthew Stevens, bassist Orlando LeFleming and drummer Eric Doob, as well as the brass quartet The Westerlies (Andy Clausen, Willem de Koch, Zubin Hensler and Riley Mulherkar). Enjoy some of the tracks from Jamie Reynolds’ new album, plus music by Justin Mullens and Juana Luna.

Justin Mullens – The Goatfish
Album: The Cornucopiad
Justin Mullens (f horn), Chris Cheek (as, cl), Peter Hess (b-cl), Ohad Talmor (ts), Peter Thompson (g), Desmond White (b), Matt Ray (p) and Marko Djordjevic (d)

Juana Luna – Canción de Cuna
Album: Juana Luna
Juana Luna (voc), Juan Andrés Ospina (p, bck voc, arr), Andrés Rotmistrovksy (b), Marcelo Woloski (perc), Eleni Arapoglou (bck voc), Juancho Herrera (g) and Maria Jeffers (cello)

Jamie Reynolds – Good Help
Album: Grey Mirror
Jamie Reynolds (Wurlitzer), Orlando LeFleming (b) and Eric Doob (d)

Jamie Reynolds – Lake Cycle
Album: Grey Mirror
Jamie Reynolds (p)

Jamie Reynolds featuring The Westerlies – The Earliest Ending
Album: Grey Mirror
Andy Clausen (tb, arr), Willem de Koch (tb), Zubin Hensler and Riley Mulherkar (tp)

Jamie Reynolds featuring Matthew Stevens – “The Earliest Ending” & “Small Worlds”
Album: Grey Mirror
Jamie Reynolds (p, Wurlitzer), Matthew Stevens (g), Orlando LeFleming (e-b) and Eric Doob (d)

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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