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00:00 - The Jazz Hole with DJ Linus
02:53 - Lagoon - Rebecca Hennessy’s FOG Brass Band
07:20 - Inspiration - Marc Devine Trio
11:48 - Once You're There (Take Your Time) - Jonathan Greenstein
16:17 - The Jazz Hole with DJ Linus
19:18 - Upside Down, Looking Up Suite: 1) Perspective Shift - Mauricio Zottarelli
24:08 - Upside Down, Looking Up Suite: 2) Sight - Mauricio Zottarelli
27:26 - Upside Down, Looking Up Suite: 3) New Cycles - Mauricio Zottarelli
33:59 - The Jazz Hole with DJ Linus
35:01 - Triggered - Nick Russo + 11
42:56 - Bittersweet Jelly (Why Is It So Easy To Love) - Jonathan Greenstein
46:55 - Kings County Sheriff - Rebecca Hennessy’s FOG Brass Band
51:40 - The Jazz Hole with DJ Linus
53:15 - My Mommy Is a Mummy - Lucy Kalantari and the Jazz Cats
56:51 - Finish

Tune in to The Jazz Hole with Linus – this week with music from several new albums:Inspiration by the Marc Devine Trio, Vol. 2 by saxophonist Jonathan Greenstein, Upside Down Looking Up by drummer Mauricio Zottarelli and a special Halloween tune from It’s the Holidays! by Children’s music artist Lucy Kalantari and the Jazz Cats. Other groups on today’s show include Rebecca Hennessy’s FOG Brass Band and Nick Russo + 11

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Rebecca Hennessy’s FOG Brass Band – “Lagoon” & “Kings County Sheriff”
Album: Two Calls
Rebecca Hennessy (tp), Tom Richards (tb), Jay Burr (tuba), Don Scott (g), Tania Gill (p), Nico Dann (d, triangle) and Jean Martin (producer, engineer)

Marc Devine Trio – Inspiration
Album: Inspiration
Marc Devine (p), Hide Tanaka (b) and Fukushi Tainaka (d)

Jonathan Greenstein – “Once You’re There (Take Your Time)” & “Bittersweet Jelly (Why Is It So Easy To Love)”
Album: Vol. 2
Jonathan Greenstein (ts, kbds), Michael King (p), Joshua Crumbly (b) and Jonathan Pinson (d)

Mauricio Zottarelli – “Upside Down, Looking Up Suite: 1) Perspective Shift” & “Upside Down, Looking Up Suite: 2) Sight”
Album: Upside Down Looking Up
Mauricio Zottarelli (d, arr), Oriente Lopez (p), Gustavo Assis-Brasil (g), Itaiguara Brandão (e-b) and Rodrigo Ursaia (ts)

Mauricio Zottarelli – “Upside Down, Looking Up Suite: 3) New Cycles”
Album: Upside Down Looking Up
Mauricio Zottarelli (d, arr), Rodrigo Ursaia (ts) Eldar Djangirov (kbds) and Mike Pope (e-b)

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Nick Russo + 11 – Triggered
Album: Ro
Nick Russo (g, acoustic g, tenor banjo), Art Hirahara (p, fender rhodes), Matt Clohesy (b) and Ari Hoenig (d)

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Lucy Kalantari and the Jazz Cats – My Mommy Is a Mummy
Album: It’s the Holidays!
Lucy Kalantari (voc, ukulele), Linus Wyrsch (cl, responder), Larry Cook (b, responder), Rich Kulsar (d, perc, responder), Erich Schoen-Rene (cello), D. Barbarita, A. Biss, R. Cataudella, Skinner, Balseca, Bell, Der, Kalantari, Marcus & McGuigan (add 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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