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    ‘Darkunkel’, the title track from the 2018 album by the Lasse Golz Quartett, with Golz on bass clarinet and tenor saxophone, Dany Ahmad guitar, Noah Rott keyboards and Jan-Phillip Meyer drums.

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    ‘13. Januar’ from the 2016 EP ‘Meilahti’ by the Lisa Stick Quintett, featuring Stick on trombone, Florian Fleischer guitar, Lea Grandt cello, Christian Muller bass and Dirk Achim Dhonau drums.

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    From the 2011 album ‘Leap Of Faith’ by the Cuong Vu 4tet, a version of the Kern/Hammerstein standard ‘All The Things You Are’, with Cuong Vu on trumpet/electronics, Luke Bergman bass, Stomu Takeishi bass and Ted Poor drums.

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    ‘Tantum Ergo Sacramentum’ from the 2018 album ‘Tantum’ by Anders Jormin (bass), Karin Nelson (organ) and Jonas Simonson (flute).

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    ‘Kailasha (For My Mother)’, the title track from the 2018 album by tenor saxophonist Ganesh Geymeier, with Fabien Jannone bass/keyboards, Lionel Friedli drums and a seven-piece string section.

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    ‘Through Mist’ from the 2019 album ‘Sun On Sand’, composed/arranged by Patrick Zimmerli and played by tenor saxophonist Joshua Redman, string quartet Brooklyn Rider (Colin Jacobsen violin, Johnny Gandelsman violin, Eric Jacobsen cello and Nicholas Cords viola), Scott Colley bass and Satoshi Takeishi drums.

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    ‘The Man From Tanganyika’ from Hexagonal’s 2018 album ‘McCoy And Mseleku’, with John Donaldson piano, Greg Heath tenor saxophone and flute, Jason Yarde alto/baritone saxophones, Graham Flowers trumpet, Simon Thorp bass and Tristan Banks drums/percussion.

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    The title track from Soothsayers2020 album ‘We Are Many’, featuring Idris Rahman tenor saxophone and clarinet, Robin Hopcraft trumpet, Joao Erbetta guitar, Victor Rice bass and Bruno Buarque drums, with Kwake Bass and Wu-Lu on keyboards and production.

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    ‘Modjadji’ from the 2021 album ‘Transmigration’ by Lebanese bassist Makram Aboul Hosn, with Tom Hornig alto/soprano saxophones and flute, Nidal Abou Samra soprano, alto, tenor and baritone saxophones, Christopher Michael drums/vibraphone and Khaled Yassine percussion.

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    ‘Flower Rain’ from Gianni Brezzo’s 2021 album ‘The Awakening’, with Brezzo on guitar, bass, synthesizer and percussion, Johanna Klein tenor saxophone, Simon Below keyboards, Bridget Jackson harp, Jamichael Frazier flute, David Helm bass and Niklas Schneider drums.

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    ‘Straight Path’ from Jaubi’s 2021 album ‘Nafs At Peace’, with Ed Cawthorne flute, Marek Pedziwiatr keyboards, Ali Riaz Baqar guitar, Zohaib Hassan Khan sarangi, Qammar Abbas drum, Kashif Ali Dhani tabla/vocals.

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    ‘Cache’ from the self-titled 2015 album by the Brendan Eder Ensemble, with Eder on drums and melodica, Henry Soloman alto saxophone, Sarah Robinson flute, Andrew Leonard clarinet and bass clarinet, Paul Curtis bassoon and Sam Wilkes bass.

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    Loving Nala Sinephro's Space 1.8. The final 17-minute track is gorgeous and soothing.

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    ‘Keinuvalssi’ from the self-titled 2019 album by Ville Vannemaa’s Cassiopeia’, with Vannemaa on soprano saxophone and clarinet, Kasperi Sarikoski trombone, Panu Savolainen vibraphone, Heikko Remmel bass and Jaska Lukkarinen drums.

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    ‘Following A Lovely Sky Boat’ by harpist Alina Bzhezhinska, taken from her 2018 album ‘Inspiration’, which also features cover versions of four songs by Alice Coltrane. With Tony Kofi soprano/tenor saxophones, Larry Bartley bass and Joel Prime drums/percussion.

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    ‘On The Corner’ from the 2018 album ‘On These Streets (A Baltimore Story’ by bass clarinettist Todd Marcus, with George Colligan piano, Paul Bollenback guitar, Warren Wolf vibraphone/drums, Kris Funn bass and Eric Kennedy drums.

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    ‘Salon Winds’ from DJ/producer/percussionist Carlos Nino’s 2021 album ‘More Energy Fields, Current’, with Aaron Shaw flute and tenor saxophone, Jamael Dean keyboards, Nate Mercereau guitar synthesizer and Jamire Williams drums.


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    ‘More Brilliant Centre’ from the 2020 triple album ‘Earthbound’ by Ian ‘IG Culture’ Grant’s Likwid Continual Space Motion collective, featuring Grant on keyboards and percussion, Dwayne Kilvington keyboards, Wayne Francis tenor saxophone, Nathaniel Cross trombone, Alex Phountzi guitar, Luke Wynter bass and Benjamin Appiah drums.

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    ‘Dialogue Of The Deaf’ the title track from the 2021 EP by Finnish producer Heikki Soino’s Helsinki Headnod Convention, with Jarno Tikka tenor saxophone, Tomi Nikku trumpet, Jukka Haavisto bass and Joonas Leppanen drums.

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    The title track from young British pianist Sultan Stevenson’s 2020 album ‘To Be Seen’, with Joe Hayes tenor saxophone, Josh Short trumpet, Jacob Gryn bass and Kai McCrae drums.

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    ‘More?’ from the 2020 album ‘Who Are You’ by vibraphonist Joel Ross, with Immanuel Wilkins alto saxophone, Jeremy Corren piano, Kanoa Mendenhall bass and Jeremy Dutton drums.

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    ‘Snow vs Snow’ from the self-titled 2018 album by German quartet Cubolumos – Lasse Golz tenor saxophone, Mirko Gibson keyboards, Jonas Teichmann bass and Frederik Weisel drums.

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    ‘Alpha Hydri’ from German bassist Carsten Hein’s 2018 album ‘This’, with Johannes Bohmer trumpet/cornet, Eldar Tsalikov clarinet and tenor saxophone, Hendrik Stiller keyboards and Bernd Ozsevim drums.

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    ‘Little Light’ from pianist Rebecca Nash’s 2019 album ‘Peaceful King’, with Nicholas Malcolm trumpet, Thomas Seminar Ford guitar/electronics, Chris Mapp bass/electronics and Matt Fisher drums.

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    The title track from the Alison Rayner Quintet’s 2016 album ‘A Magic Life’, with Rayner on bass, Diane McLoughlin soprano saxophone, Deirdre Cartwright guitar, Steve Lodder keyboards and Buster Birch drums.

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