Stories

Premiere DateApr 28, 2019
Categories Jazz Music
00:00 The Jazz Hole with Linus
01:45 Gonzalo’s Melody Ariel Pocock
04:12 So Long Ariel Pocock
08:49 Backup Dave Zinno Unisphere
15:36 The Jazz Hole with Linus
17:38 Larrytown Dave Zinno Unisphere
25:03 For My Mom Greg Murphy Trio
32:08 Sweet Summer Karin Plato
37:32 The Jazz Hole with Linus
39:17 July Karin Plato
47:59 Evanessence Fred Hersch Trio
53:40 The Jazz Hole with Linus
55:41 L & T The Doug MacDonald Quartet
61:45 Finish

The Jazz Hole host, Linus Wyrsch, spins music form two new Whaling City Sound albums: “Stories Told” by Dave Zinno Unisphere and “Bright Idea” by the Greg Murphy Trio. Plus, tracks from Ariel Pocock’s latest album “Living In Twilight”, Karin Plato’s new album “This Could Be The One”, the 2018 release “Fred Hersch Trio ’97 – @The Village Vanguard” and from “Organisms” by The Doug MacDonald Quartet’s.

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Ariel Pocock – “Gonzalo’s Melody” & “So Long”
Album: Living In Twilight
Ariel Pocock (p, voc), Chico Pinheiro (g), Adrian Vedady (b) and Jim Doxas (d)


Dave Zinno Unisphere – “Backup” & “Larrytown”
Album: Stories Told
Dave Zinno (b), Eric “Benny” Bloom (tp) (tp), Mike Tucker (ts), Tim Ray (p) and Rafael Barata (d)

Greg Murphy Trio – For My Mom
Album: Bright Idea
Greg Murphy (p), Eric Wheeler (b) and Jeff “Tain” Watts (d)

Karin Plato – “Sweet Summer” & “July”
Album: This Could Be The One
Karin Plato (voc, arr), James Danderfer (clarinets), Chris Gestrin (p), Laurence Mollerup (b) and Joe Poole (d) + guests: Rebecca Shoichet, Jim Byrnes (voc) and Rod Murray (tb)

Fred Hersch Trio – Evanessence
Album: Fred Hersch Trio ’97 – @The Village Vanguard
Fred Hersch (p), Drew Gress (b) and Tom Rainey (d)

The Doug MacDonald Quartet – L & T
Album: Organisms
Doug MacDonald (g), Carey Frank (hammond B3 org), Bob Sheppard (ts) and Ben Scholz (d)

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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