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00:00 - The Jazz Hole with DJ Linus
02:02 - Small Worlds - Jamie Reynolds, Matthew Stevens
07:12 - A Meditation - Collective Order
12:39 - Open Wide - Collective Order
20:09 - The Jazz Hole with DJ Linus
22:29 - Lickety Split - Yoko Miwa Trio
31:59 - Little Lilli - Dave Zinno Unisphere
42:51 - The Jazz Hole with DJ Linus
45:14 - Clean - Paul Jones
53:54 - The Jazz Hole with DJ Linus
55:13 - Kakera - Hiromi Suda
58:35 - Finish

The Jazz Hole with Linus – today with more tracks from the new album Vol. 2 by Collective Order, a young Toronto-based collective. In addition, enjoy some music from the latest Yoko Miwa Trio album Pathways and from the new Dave Zinno Unisphere album River of Januar, which drops this Friday, October 6th on the outstanding Whaling City Sound label. Today’s other artists are pianist, keyboardist and composer Jamie Reynolds (featuring guitarist Matthew Stevens), saxophonist and composer Paul Jones and vocalist and composer Hiromi Suda


Jamie Reynolds (featuring Matthew Stevens) – Small Worlds
Album: Grey Mirror (Featuring Matthew Stevens and The Westerlies – With Eric Doob and Orlando LeFleming)
Jamie Reynolds (p, Wurlitzer), Matthew Stevens (g), Orlando LeFleming (b, e-b) and Eric Doob (d)

Collective Order – A Meditation
Album: Vol. 2
Jocelyn Barth (voc, comp), Andrew McAnsh (tp), Liam Stanley (g), Ewen Farncombe (p, comp), Ethan Tilbury (b) and Jared Goldman (d)

Collective Order – Open Wide
Album: Vol. 2
Laura Swankey (voc, comp), Jocelyn Barth, Belinda Corpuz (bck voc), Nebyu Yohannes (tb), Liam Stanley (g), Connor Walsh (b) and Andrew Miller (d)

Yoko Miwa Trio – Lickety Split
Album: Pathways
Yoko Miwa (p), Will Slater (b) and Scott Goulding (d)

Dave Zinno Unisphere – Little Lilli
Album: River of January
David Zinno (b), Mike Tucker (ts), Leo Genovese (p) and Rafael Barata (d)


Clean – Paul Jones
Album: Clean
Paul Jones (ts), Alex LoRe (as), Matt Davis (g), Glenn Zaleski (p), Johannes Felscher (b) and Jimmy Macbride (d)


Hiromi Suda – Kakera
Album: Nagi
Hiromi Suda (voc), Romero Lubambo (g), Julian Shore (p, fender rhodes), Anne Drummond (fl), Haggai Cohen-Milo (b) and Keita Ogawa (d, perc)

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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