Book of Job

Premiere DateFeb 16, 2020
Categories Jazz Music
00:00 The Jazz Hole with Linus
02:37 Black Stars Mark Godfrey
08:44 Square Peg Mark Godfrey
14:14 Precursor Stephanie Urquhart Quartet, Mallory Chipman
20:14 Squall Stephanie Urquhart Quartet
24:15 The Jazz Hole with Linus
28:04 Our Narrator, Ha Satan, Proposes A Bet Dan Loomis
29:10 Abundance Overture Dan Loomis
32:20 The Woeful Conditions Of The Wager Dan Loomis
33:23 Naked Return Dan Loomis
38:07 An Answer Arrives Unheeded; Job's Lament Dan Loomis
39:10 Do Not Cover My Blood Dan Loomis
46:34 The Jazz Hole with Linus
49:30 35 Years MoonMot
58:39 The Jazz Hole with Linus
59:43 Avignon MoonMot
64:54 Finish

Today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus includes music from Toronto-based bassist and composer Mark Godfrey’s new album “Square Peg”, Edmonton-based pianist and composer Stephanie Urquhart’s debut album “Concealment”, NYC-based bassist and composer Dan Loomis’ epic new album “Job’s Trials – A Jazz Song Cycle” and from the UK/Swiss collaborative sextet MoonMot’s debut album “Going Down The Well”.

Mark Godfrey – “Black Stars” & “Square Peg”
Album: Square Peg
Mark Godfrey (b), Allison Au (as), Matt Woroshyl (ts), Chris Pruden (p) and Nick Fraser (d)


Stephanie Urquhart Quartet (featuring Mallory Chipman) – Precursor
Album: Concealment
Stephanie Urquhart (p), Peter Zawalski (g), Josh McHan (b), Joel Jeschke (d) and Mallory Chipman (voc)

Stephanie Urquhart Quartet – Squall
Album: Concealment
Stephanie Urquhart (p), Peter Zawalski (g), Josh McHan (b) and Joel Jeschke (d)

Dan Loomis – “Our Narrator, Ha Satan, Proposes A Bet”, “Abundance Overture”, “The Woeful Conditions Of The Wager”, “Naked Return”, “An Answer Arrives Unheeded; Job’s Lament” & “Do Not Cover My Blood”
Album: Job’s Trials: A Jazz Song Cycle
Dan Loomis (b), Yoon Sun Choi, Song Yi Jeon (voc), Jeff Miles (g), Jared Schonig (d) and Daniel Breaker (narration, voc)

MoonMot – “35 Years” & “Avignon”
Album: Going Down The Well
Dee Byrne (as, eff), Simon Petermann (tb, eff, composer “35 Years”), Cath Roberts (bs), Oli Kuster (fender rhodes, eff, composer “Avignon”), Seth Bennett (b) and Johnny Hunter (d)

Grammy-award winner 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…