Tomas Fujiwara's Triple Double, MOTDTK & UMO Helsinki Jazz Orchestra


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Tomas Fujiwara's one of the most respected drummers in the creative scene, and his new release with Triple Double reinforces that. March is a must-have for 2022. The UMO Helsinki Jazz Orchestra is the leading large ensemble, and their new Last Dance is a gem too. One of the hottest people around is saxophonist James Brandon Lewis and featured is an excerpt of his hook-up in London with John Edwards and Mark Sanders at Café Oto in a purely-improvised set. The Baltimore quartet of Mike Kuhl, John Dierker, Luke Stewart and Dave Ballou brings the heat on their new Kraft, and Mostly Other People Do the Killing are back with another typical quirky set, and there's a continued look at some of saxophonist Daniel Rorke's output.


  • Black Motor "Longer The Distance, Sweeter The Sound" from Branches (We Jazz) 00:00
  • Host speaks 07:01
  • Anthony Coleman & Brian Chase "Momentary Come On" from Arcades (Chaikin) 09:32
  • Emma Famin "Afuera" from Limbo (Ears&Eyes) 17:53
  • Luke Stewart Silt Trio "The Bottom" from The Bottom (Cuneiform) 24:14
  • Host speaks 29:38
  • Mike Kuhl, Dave Ballou, John Dierker & Luke Stewart "Stick and Move" from Kraft (Out Of Your Head) 31:22
  • Agustin Uruburu "Don't Smoke" from Santa Fe (Ears&Eyes) 45:03
  • Host speaks 49:52
  • Tomas Fujiwara's Triple Double "March Of The Storm" from March (Firehouse 12) 51:38
  • Nublu Orchestra "Part 3" from Live In Pomigliano Italy (Nublu Records) 1:00:05
  • Host speaks 1:08:55
  • Fear of Faces "The Wages of Sin Part 1" from The Mismeasure Of Man (SATU) 1:10:12
  • Fear Of Faces "The Wages of Sin Part 2" from The Mismeasure Of Man (SATU) 1:12:56
  • Fear Of Faces "The Wages of Sin Part 3" from The Mismeasure Of Man (SATU) 1:17:04
  • Host speaks 1:24:41
  • UMO Helsinki Jazz Orchestra "Do As I Say (Not As I Do)" from Last Dance (Neuklang) 1:25:49
  • Rudresh Mahanthappa Hero Trio "Missouri Uncompromised" from Animal Crossing (Whirlwind) 1:37:28
  • Paul Wertico "Dave" from Letter From Rome (Self-released) 1:44:07
  • Host speaks 1:49:08
  • Daniel Rorke "The Brave Ones Have All Left Us" from The Brave Ones Have All Left Us (SATU) 1:50:30
  • William Parker "Painters Winter" from Painters Winter (AUM Fidelity) 2:00:19
  • Host speaks 2:08:35
  • James Brandon Lewis, John Edwards & Mark Sanders "Part 1" from 4.2.19 (Otoroku) 2:09:45
  • Host speaks 2:32:35
  • Mostly Other People Do The Killing "Three Mile Island" from Disasters Vol. 1 (Hot Cup) 2:33:56
  • Mostly Other People Do The Killing "Boyertown" from Disasters Vol. 1 (Hot Cup) 2:37:13
  • Emmeluth/Nergaard/Andersen "Shortcut Clam Chowder" from A-Z Of Microwave Cookery (Astral Spirits) 2:42:00
  • William Parker "Cosmic Funk" from Blue Limelight (AUM Fidelity/Centering) 2:48:24
  • Host speaks 2:52:43
  • Kahil El'Zabar "Necktar" from Kahil ELZabar's Spirit Groove (Spiritmuse) 2:53:51

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