1. Samo Salamon & Aljosa Jeric Quartet
Flying Serpents (Aljosa Jeric) 5:45
Mark Turner - tenor sax; Samo Salamon - electric guitar; Matt Brewer - bass; Aljosa Jeric - drums.
recorded at Arte Suono Studio, Udine, Italy on March 5, 2006.
from “Mamasaal feat. Mark Turner” (Sazas)
2. Rob Garcia 4
Joe-Pye Weed (Rob Garcia) 5:17
Noah Preminger - tenor sax; Dan Tepfer - piano; Chris Lightcap - bass; Rob Garcia - drums.
recorded at Benny’s Wash N’ Dry, Brooklyn on August 10-11, 2009.
from “Perennial” (BJU Records BJUR 012)
3. Chris Lightcap’s Big Mouth
Platform (Chris Lightcap) 8:29
Chris Cheek - tenor sax (right); Tony Malaby - tenor sax (left); Craig Taborn - wurlitzer electric piano; Chris Lightcap - bass; Gerald Cleaver - drums.
recorded at Brooklyn Recording, Brooklyn on October 8-9, 2008.
from “Deluxe” (Clean Feed Records CF 174 CD)
4. Jacob Anderskov
Be Flat & Stay Flat (Jacob Anderskov) 8:10
Chris Speed - tenor sax; Jacob Anderskov - piano; Michael Formanek - bass; Gerald Cleaver - drums.
recorded at Brooklyn Recording, Brooklyn on June 27, 2009.
from “Agnostic Revelations” (ILK Music ILK 163 CD)
Fathom (Food) 8:39
Iain Ballamy - tenor & soprano saxes; Thomas Strønen - drums, live-electronics; Christian Fennesz - electric guitar, electronics.
produced by Manfred Eicher and Food ©2010.
from “Quiet Inlet” (ECM Records ECM 2163)
6. Ben Monder / Bill McHenry
Food Chain (Monder/McHenry) 6:57
Bill McHenry - tenor sax; Ben Monder - electric guitar.
recorded on February 7, 2000.
from “Bloom” (Sunnyside Communications SSC 1247)
7. Tom Rainey Trio
Home Opener (Rainey/Halvorson/Laubrock) 5:30
Ingrid Laubrock - tenor sax; Mary Halvorson - electric guitar; Tom Rainey - drums.
recorded at Systems Two, Brooklyn on September 4, 2009.
from “Pool School” (Clean Feed Records CF 185 CD)
8. Kris Davis / Ingrid Laubrock / Tyshawn Sorey
Ghost Machine (Kris Davis) 5:16
Ingrid Laubrock - tenor sax; Kris Davis - piano; Tyshawn Sorey - drums.
recorded at Systems Two, Brooklyn on August 4, 2009.
from “Paradoxical Frog” (Clean Feed Records CF 183 CD)
9. Peter Evans Quartet
For ICP (Peter Evans) 8:11
Peter Evans - trumpet; Ricardo Gallo - piano; Tom Blancarte - bass; Kevin Shea - drums.
recorded live at The Jazz em Agosto Festival, Lisbon, Portugal on August 8, 2009.
from “Live in Lisbon” (Clean Feed Records CF 173 CD)
10. John Hébert Trio
Billy No Mates (John Hébert) 4:43
Benoît Delbecq - piano, clavinet, synthesizer; John Hébert - bass; Gerald Cleaver - drums.
recorded at Systems Two, Brooklyn on September 23-24, 2009.
from “Spiritual Lover” (Clean Feed Records CF 175 CD)
11. Dan Weiss Trio
Timshel (Dan Weiss) 7:55
Jacob Sacks - piano; Thomas Morgan - bass; Dan Weiss - drums.
recorded at Acoustic Sound, Brooklyn in September 2008.
from “Timshel” (Sunnyside Communications SSC 1242)
12. Rudresh Mahanthappa & Steve Lehman
The General (Rudresh Mahanthappa) 8:24
Rudresh Mahanthappa - alto sax (right); Steve Lehman - alto sax (left); Liberty Ellman - electric guitar; Matt Brewer - bass; Damion Reid - drums.
recorded live at The Braga Jazz Festival, Portugal in March 2009.
from “Dual Identity” (Clean Feed Records CF 172 CD)
13. Steve Coleman and Five Elements
Beba (Steve Coleman) 5:46
Jonathan Finlayson - trumpet; Tim Albright - trombone; Steve Coleman - alto sax; Thomas Morgan - bass; Tyshawn Sorey - drums; Jen Shyu - vocals.
recorded at Systems Two, Brooklyn on October 19, 2006.
from “Harvesting Semblances and Affinities” (Pi Recordings PI 33)
14. The Claudia Quintet with Gary Versace
Royal Toast (John Hollenbeck) 5:32
Chris Speed - tenor sax; Ted Reichman - accordion; Matt Moran - vibraphone; Drew Gress - bass; John Hollenbeck - drums, percussion; Gary Versace - piano.
recorded at Brooklyn Recording on December 14-15, 2009.
from “Royal Toast” (Cuneiform Records CUNEIFORM 307)
15. Steve Cardenas
West of Middle (Steve Cardenas) 5:10
Steve Cardenas - electric guitar; Ben Allison - bass; Rudy Royston - drums.
recorded at Maggie’s farm, Buck’s County, PA on January 17-18, 2009.
from “West of Middle” (Sunnyside Communications SSC 1248)
16. Lucian Ban & John Hébert
Sonata no.3 for violin & piano op.25 - 1st Movement, Malincolico (George Enesco) 9:07
Ralph Alessi - trumpet; Tony Malaby - tenor sax; Lucian Ban - piano; Albrecht Maurer - violin; Matt Maneri - viola; John Hébert - bass; Gerald Cleaver - drums; Badal Roy - tablas, percussion.
recorded live at 2009 George Enesco International Festival, Bucharest, Romania on September 20, 2009.
from “Enesco Re-imagined” (Sunnyside Communications SSC 1259)