Great keyboard work from MMB, John Popper led Blues Traveler and Brother’s Keeper, a jazz/reggae/ska mix from Robert Walter’s 20th Congress, Back on the Train, and Bim Skala Bim, and the great American sounds of Robert Earl Thomas.
Yo Mama’s Big Fat Booty Band, Galactic, Big Ol’ Dirty Bucket and Joe Marcinek bring the funk and jazz to this week’s episode, while Ronnie Penque, Leftover Salmon, Slightly Stoopid and Cousin Fungus keep us in the margins of classic jam sounds.
Tune in to The Jazz Hole with Linus today for more recently released jazz. The Montreal-based group Tertio (lead by Vincent Duhaime-Perreault) just released “La mince ligne” (The Thin Line), NYC-based Swiss drummer Michel Maurer and his group Michel Maurer Meridian came out with “The Shape of Noon”, Greek and NYC bassist Petros Klampanis released his fourth album “Irrationalities” and German saxophonist Gebhard Ullmann joined forces with Hans Lüdemann, Oliver Potratz and Eric Schaefer for his new album “mikroPULS”.
Boston-based Israeli drummer and composer Dor Herskovits talks to Linus Wyrsch and The Jazz Hole today about two brand new albums that he is part of: “Easy Listening” by the NYC and Boston-based collective quartet Earprint on the one hand, and his debut solo album “Flying Elephants” (with the Dor Herksovits Quintet) on the other hand. Enjoy the three-part conversation and find out more on dorherskovits.com.