Week of 10/30/16

Premiere DateOct 30, 2016
Categories Jazz Music
00:00 The Jazz Hole with DJ Linus
01:50 It’s Halloween Lucy Kalantari
05:24 The Golden Girder Strikes Again Earprint
10:22 The Jazz Hole with DJ Linus
12:41 Passaic Matt Slocum, Trio Pacific
19:16 The Jazz Hole with DJ Linus Interview with Matt Slocum, Part I
28:52 Afterglow Matt Slocum, Trio Pacific
33:08 The Jazz Hole with DJ Linus Interview with Matt Slocum, Part II
36:42 Descent Matt Slocum, Trio Pacific
42:05 The Jazz Hole with DJ Linus
43:40 JSN Satoko Fujii, Joe Fonda, Natsuki Tamura
55:02 The Jazz Hole with DJ Linus
55:55 Doughnut Ornette Coleman
65:23 Finish

Brilliant composer and drummer Matt Slocum talks about his new album Trio Pacific, Vol. 1 on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus. Other artists and bands include Lucy Kalantari with a Halloween track from her Children’s music album Big Things, Earprint with another track from their new self-titled album, Satoko Fujii and Joe Fonda with special guest Natsuki Tamura with a track from the new album Duet , as well as the late great Ornette Coleman and a track from the album Town Hall 1962.

ARTIST LINKS:
Lucy Kalantari
Earprint
Matt Slcoum
Satoko Fujii
Joe Fonda
Natsuki Tamura
Ornette Coleman

PERSONNEL:

Lucy Kalantari – It’s Halloween
Album: Big Things
Lucy Kalantari (voc, ukulele), Linus Wyrsch (cl), Larry Cook (b), Rich Kulsar (d, perc), Jessica Williams (cello), Saro Buettner, Josh Eikenberry and Ryan Riggin (responders)

Earprint – The Golden Girder Strikes Again
Album: Earprint
Tree Palmedo (tp, comp), Kevin Sun (ts), Simón Willson (b) and Dor Herskovits (d)

Matt Slocum, Trio Pacific – “Passaic”, “Afterglow” & “Descent”
Album: Trio Pacific, Vol. 1
Matt Slocum (d), Dayna Stephens (saxes) and Steve Cardenas (g)

Satoko Fujii, Joe Fonda, Natsuki Tamura – JSN
Album: Duet (with Special Guest Natsuki Tamura)
Satoko Fujii (p), Joe Fonda (b) and Natsuki Tamura (tp)

Ornette Coleman – Doughnut
Album: Town Hall 1962
Ornette Coleman (as), David Izenzon (b), Charles Moffett (d), Selwart Clark, Nathan Goldstein (violin), Julian Barber (viola) and Kermit Moore (cello)

 

Earprint

Earprint

 

Matt Slocum

Matt Slocum

 

Satoko Fujii

Satoko Fujii

Linus Wyrsch is one of New York City's most sought-after clarinetists and saxophonists. Full of passion for jazz, Brazilian and Latin music, the Swiss native maintains a busy performance and recording schedule.…

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