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Thanks for listening and thanks for the comments.

1. Henry Butler/Steven Bernstein And The Hot 9 – “Viper's Drag” (Thomas Waller) from Viper's Drag (Impulse) 2014

Butler – piano; Bernstein – trumpet, slide trumpet, alto horn; Reginald Veal – bass; Herlin Riley – drums; Charlie Burnham – violin; Peter Apfelbaum – tenor/soprano saxophone; Erik Lawrence – baritone/soprano saxophone; Doug Wieselman – clarinets; Curtis Fowlkes – trombone; Matthew Munisteri – guitar.

2. Erik Friedlander – “A Closer Walk With Thee” (traditional) from Prowl (Cryptogramophone) 2006

Friedlander – cello; Andy Laster – alto saxophone, clarinet; Stomu Takeishi – electric bass; Satoshi Takeishi – percussion.

3. Harris Eisendtadt - “Dayourabine/Thiolena Diamono” (traditional Senegal) from Guewel (Clean Feed) 2008

Taylor Ho Bynum – cornet, flugelhorn; Nate Wooley – trumpet; Mark Taylor – french horn; Josh Sinton – baritone saxophone; Eisenstadt – drums.

4. Dave Burrell - “AM Rag” (Burrell) from Windward Passages (hat Hut) 1979

Burrell – piano.

5. Roberto Ottaviano - “Il confinato” (Ottaviano) from Arcthetics Soffio Primitivo (Dodicilune) 2013

Ottaviano – soprano saxophone; Emanuele Parrini – violin; Paolo Botti – viola; Salvatore Maiore – cello; Giovanni Maier – bass; Roberto Danni – drums.

6. Paul Bley/Franz Koglmann/Gary Peacock - “Cartoon” (Annette Peacock) from Annette (hatOLOGY) 1992

Bley – piano; Koglmann – trumpet, flugelhorn; Peacock – double bass.

7. Buell Neidlinger's String Band - “Jumpin' Punkins (Mercer Ellington) from Locomotive (Soul Note) 1987

Marty Krystall – tenor saxophone; Brenton Banks – violin; John Kurnick – mandolin; Neidlinger – bass; Billy Osborne – drums.

8. Bill Lewis/Khan Jamal - “The Vanishing Man” (Lewis) from The River (Philly Jazz) 1977

Lewis – vibraphone; Jamal – marimba.

9. ICP Orchestra - “Lavoro/Moten Swing (Sean Bergin/Count Basie) from East Of The Sun (ICP) 2014

Michael Moore – clarinet, alto saxophone; Ab Baars – clarinet, tenor saxophone; Tobias Delius – clarinet, tenor saxophone; Wolter Wierbos – trombone; Mary Oliver – violin, viola, vocals – Tristan Honsinger – cello, vocals; Ernst Glerum – bass; Guus Janssen – piano, organ; Han Bennink – drums, vocals.

10. Roberto Ottaviano - “Better Get It In Your Soul” (Mingus) from Mingus: Protrait In Six Colors (Splasc(H) 1988

Ottaviano – soprano saxophone.

11. Cooper-Moore/Tom Abbs/Chad Taylor - “The Fox” (Cooper-Moore) from Triptych Myth (Hopscotch) 2003

Cooper-Moore – piano; Abbs – bass; Taylor – drums.

 

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Got to run down that Eisenstadt album somehow, because I can't stop playing that track!

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Oh, Erik Friedlander on Track 2! I have heard him play beautifully on several John Zorn albums. I am surprised that I could not identify him. I really like Track 2. It's beautiful.

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This is a really intriguing Blindfold Test. I am not familiar with several of the artists, and I like their work very much. This Blindfold Test combines enjoyable, interesting listening with some real surprises, which is not easy to do!

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11 hours ago, Spontooneous said:

Got to run down that Eisenstadt album somehow, because I can't stop playing that track!

Should be an easy one to find.  I think I've even seen it in the sales forum.  I wondered if anyone would like this track at all and I am happy you did.  Thanks again for listening.

1 hour ago, Hot Ptah said:

" This is a really intriguing Blindfold Test. I am not familiar with several of the artists, and I like their work very much. This Blindfold Test combines enjoyable, interesting listening with some real surprises, which is not easy to do!

As stated in the comments, I included a number of artists that were "new to me" as well.  I feel like I am always behind the curve.  Thanks for joining it. 

 

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