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Today’s set on The Jazz Hole Live is by the Jonathan Saraga Sextet, recorded live back in February at NYC’s famous Smalls Jazz Club
Great keyboards in today’s show with Clayton Doley and Great American Taxi. Some words from Seth Walker that got me thinking. And 23 minutes of jamming with The Breakfast.
Acoustic sounds from moe., Dangermuffin, Buddhafly, Railroad Earth, and Marvelous Funkshun. But before we get to that, a great recent release from Pigeons Playing Ping Pong kicks the whole thing off.
There is no common thread, no glue that bonds, no theme. This episode is music we need to hear right now, including Dangermuffin, Widespread Panic, Bedouin Soundclash, Karl Denson, Doug Tuttle, Seth Walker, plus more.
Have a listen to Swiss trio VEIN’s set from Museo Vincenzo Vela in Locarno, Switzerland on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole Live with Linus.
Time for The Jazz Hole Live with the wonderful NYC-based, African-infused jazz duo AfuriKo live in Mercedes, Uruguay and Sheffield, England.
Classic SCI. Live CRB. Funk from Asheville, North Carolina and Colorado, and the eclectic sounds of Garaj Mahal.
Today’s live set on The Jazz Hole Live is by the NY-based Thai pianist/composer Kengchakaj and comes to us from Rockwood Music Hall
Check out the album release show by Stephanie Urquhart Quartet (featuring Mallory Chipman), recorded live at The Yardbird Suite in Canada.
This ep is composed of Jams that are seven minutes or longer. Only leaves me room to play six tracks. But why end a jam when it’s jus so damn good.
Music by the Dor Herskovits Quartet (and Quintet) recorded live at The Lilypad in Cambridge, MA on today’s The Jazz Hole Live with Linus.
New live cuts from Howlin’ Rain and Kingsley Durant. The Breakfast is on for the first time since I took over. And a phenomenal opening track by CBH.
New music from Kingsley Durant and SixFoxWhiskey plus a lot of attention to organ jammin’.
New music from Umphrey’s McGee and we dive into the consciousness of Bonny Done, Strand of Oaks, American Babies and The Good Graces.
Enjoy a set by Triio (a sextet led by the Canadian bassist and composer Alex Fournier) on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole Live.
New Wood Brothers and new Moon Hooch as they both start tours to support new albums released Jan 10. And I replay for you some new, old music I discovered this week by Railroad Earth and Keller Williams (plus a lot more).
It’s a calming episode with Joe Russo, La Strada, Robert Earl Thomas, Burnell Pines and Purple Mountains.
Ha Le Se Le Li Khanna is a rendition of a traditional song probably sung at engagement ceremonies & about keeping cattle safe for dowry!
Dance-floor workout, Jingo, is a fresh take on Babatunde Olatunji’s original ft. vocals & percussion by Afla Sackey & Koichi on synths & drums

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