Songs of Times

Premiere DateApr 11, 2021
Categories Jazz Music
00:00 The Jazz Hole with Linus
copied
02:43 What Is This Cyrus Nabipoor
copied
08:56 Huckleberry Madness Cyrus Nabipoor
copied
13:17 Father and Son Yuri Storione, Jorge Rossy, Dominik Schürmann
copied
19:58 The Jazz Hole with Linus
copied
22:33 Violeta Yuri Storione, Jorge Rossy, Dominik Schürmann
copied
28:28 Day Of Change Mike Freedman
copied
32:52 Journey Beyond Seven Mike Freedman
copied
39:04 The Jazz Hole with Linus
copied
41:21 Largo Desolato Yoko Miwa Trio
copied
48:00 Frankie & Johnny Sabertooth Swing
copied
52:06 The Jazz Hole with Linus
copied
54:24 Atlanta Blues Sabertooth Swing
copied
58:04 Finish
copied

Check out sounds from New York City, New Orleans, Boston, Toronto (Canada), Basel (Switzerland) and more on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus. This episode includes tracks from trumpeter and composer Cyrus Nabipoor’s debut album Live At The Marigny Opera House, from This Time the Dream’s on Us by the trio Yuri Storione/Jorge Rossy/Dominik Schürmann, from guitarist and composer Mike Freedman’s Into The Daybreak, from the Yoko Miwa Trio’s Songs of Joy, and from Sabertooth Swing’s Songs of Future Past.

Cyrus Nabipoor – “What Is This” & “Huckleberry Madness”
Album: Live At The Marigny Opera House
Cyrus Nabipoor (tp), Brad Walker (ts), George Wilde (g), James Singleton (b) and Brad Webb (d)

Yuri Storione, Jorge Rossy, Dominik Schürmann – “Father and Son” & “Violeta”
Album: This Time the Dream’s on Us
Yuri Storione (p), Jorge Rossy (d) and Dominik Schürmann (b)

——

Mike Freedman – “Day of Change” & “Journey Beyond Seven”
Album: Into The Daybreak
Mike Freedman (g), Jeremy Ledbetter (p), Kobi Hass (b) and Max Senitt (d, perc)

Yoko Miwa Trio – Largo Desolato
Album: Songs of Joy
Yoko Miwa (p), Will Slater (b) and Scott Goulding (d)

——

Sabertooth Swing – “Frankie & Johnny” & “Atlanta Blues”
Album: Songs Of Future Past
Dan Ruch (voc, tp), Alex Canales (sax, cl), Chris Butcher (tb), Romain Beauxis (g), Spike Perkins (b), Robert Montgomery (d), Seth Ballin (sax on “Frankie & Johnny”), W. C. Handy (composer of “Atlanta Blues”)

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…

recommendations