The Jazz Hole with Linus welcomes interview guest Michaël Attias today to talk about his brand new album Nerve Dance released on Clean Feed Records. Michaël Attias is a NYC-based saxophonist and composer that was born in Israel, spent his childhood in Paris and his adolescence in Minneapolis. His Michaël Attias Quartet features pianist Aruán Ortiz, bassist John Hébert and drummer Nasheet Waits. Next to a selection of tunes from their new album and the conversation with Michaël Attias, get ready for some music by Andrew McAnsh and a track by Ornette Coleman.
Andrew McAnsh – “Utopia, Part 1” & “Utopia, Part 2”
Andrew McAnsh (tp, flh, comp), Mjaa Danielson (voc), Jeff LaRochelle (ts), P.J.
Andersson (tb), Geoff Young (g), Chris Pruden (p), Wes Allen (b) and Ian Wright (d)
Michaël Attias Quartet – “Dark Net”, “Moonmouth” & “Dream In A Mirror”
Album: Nerve Dance
Michaël Attias (as, comp), Aruán Ortiz (p), John Hébert (b) and Nasheet Waits (d)
Michaël Attias – Boca de Luna
Album: Nerve Dance
Michaël Attias (as, p, comp)
Ornette Coleman – Doughnut
Album: Town Hall 1962
Ornette Coleman (as), David Izenzon (b), Charles Moffett (d), Selwart Clarke, Nathan Goldstein (violin), Julian Barber (viola) and Kermit Moore (cello)
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