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May 15, 2014 Playlist for taintradio.org
Featured this week:  new release from the fast-rising Norwegian saxophonist Marius Neset, drummer Jeff Cosgrove's new release with Matthew Shipp and William Parker, bassist Mario Pavone's Street Songs, and 25 years later, the release of a recording by eclectic and off-beat pianist Lowell Davidson.
Marius Neset * Lion - ACT * Sacred Universe
Marius Neset * Lion - ACT * Weight Of The World
Satoko Fujii Trio * Kitsune-Bi - Tzadik * Hizumi
Medeski Martin & Wood & Nels Cline * The Woodstock Sessions Vol II - Woodstock Sessions * Mezcal
Tim Berne Snake Oil * Shadow Man - ECM * Cornered (Duck)
Kamau Daaood * Leimert Park - MAMA * Tears
Norbert Stein * Silent Sitting Bulls - Pata * Schleuderhonig
Lowell Davidson & Richard Poole * Rediscovered Session Of 1988 - indie * I Feel Snorky
Lowell Davidson & Richard Poole * Rediscovered Session Of 1988 - indie * Walking In The Game
Lowell Davidson & Richard Poole * Rediscovered Session Of 1988 - indie * Early Spring
Kartet * Grand Laps - Songlines * Never Rain
Kartet * Grand Laps - Songlines * Binoculars
David Dominique * Ritual - indie * Big Boned Jim
Jeff Cosgrove * Alternating Currents - Grizzley * Alternating Currents
House Of Mirrors * Act One - Wismart * Blatter 1
House Of Mirrors * Act One - Wismart * Blatter II
Mario Pavone * Street Songs - Playscape * Eyto
Esben Tjalve * Red Kite - F-IRE * The Omen
  • Hour Three:   play
Mario Pavone * Street Songs - Playscape * The Dom
John Escreet & Evan Parker * Sound Space & Structures - Sunnyside * Part IV
John Escreet & Evan Parker * Sound Space & Structures - Sunnyside * Part V
John Escreet & Evan Parker * Sound Space & Structures - Sunnyside * Part VI
Sam Rivers * Contrasts - ECM * Lines
Ronald Shannon Jackson & The Decoding Society * Barbeque Dog - Verve * Harlem Opera
Phronesis * Life To Everything - Edition * Urban Control
Darius Jones Trio * Man’ish Boy - AUM Fidelity * Meekness
Ambrose Akinmusire * The Imagined Savior Is Far Easier To Paint - Blue Note * Vartha    

                

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Taintradio.org is coming back!  Yes, indeed!  After a nine or so months period of dormancy and reorganization, the intrepid band of independent producers are coming back to the galaxy with the same mission as before:  independent and unstructured programming, no suits, hired guns and managers, presented by an international group of passionate music mavens dedicated to the music they play.

Taint Radio has undergone a shift in the structure of the alliance;  it will be more of a co-operative to ease the burden of the organizers, and it's making other subtle changes that won't affect the programming.  Taint has been going through some beta testing processes and is currently streaming some older shows while the actual broadcast schedule comes together.

Taint recognized that its previous audience -- eight plus years of proof and one Internet Radio Station of the Year award -- enjoyed the music, and its goal is to continue in exactly the same direction, and still without ads, commercial sponsorship, and the usual flotsam and jetsam of terrestrial radio.

Everyone working to get taintradio.org back to its rightful place as one of the great listening spots on the web is hopeful that it will get the same support as before.  Tell your friends about taintradio.org. Check us out now!! (One Man's Jazz as always will still be available at www.onemansjazz.ca. )

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