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Author: Linus Wyrsch

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In 2009 Linus Wyrsch joined the team of DJs at BTR and took over the bi-weekly jazz show,The Jazz Hole. Being a sought-after clarinetist and saxophonist, himself, in the Big Apple, Linus embraces a unique relationship with the jazz genre and its musicians, consequently providing the listeners with a backstage pass to the New York jazz scene. The hour-long show features the music of new talents from inside and outside of the New York circuit, and every once in a while, Linus is able to sneak in a major jazz artist, sometimes accompanied with a short interview.

Over the years, he has interviewed John Clayton, Lew Tabackin, Fred Hersch, Sue Mingus, Steve Gadd, Jojo Mayer, Gerald Clayton, Javon Jackson, the President of Resonance Records George Klabin, Sofia Rei, Sharel Cassity, Mark Sherman, Harvie S, Jean-Michel Pilc, Dafnis Prieto, Randy Johnston, Helen Sung, Gregorio Uribe and many others.

The Jazz Hole podcast comes out every other Sunday, featuring a perfect blend of tradition and innovation. Also check out The Jazz Hole Live, which features live recorded sets every second Thursday of the month.
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The Jazz Hole with Linus welcomes husband and wife duo Daisuke Abe and Kuriko Tsugawa on today’s episode. Both are originally from Tokyo, Japan and have been established, sought-after musicians here in NYC for many years now. While Daisuke Abe plays the guitar, his wife Kuriko Tsugawa plays the bass. They can both be heard singing on this new album as well and both of them wrote original compositions for the project. Other artists on today’s episode include the Toronto-based saxophonist and composer Andy Ballantyne with new music from his album “Play On Words” and the NYC native singer and composer Audrey Silver with music form her new album “Let Me Know Your Heart”.Audrey Silver - You KnewAlbum: Let Me Know Your HeartAudrey Silver (voc, co-composer), Dominique Gagne (co-composer), Bruce Barth (p, org), Paul Beaudry (b), Anthony Pinciotti (d) and Marcus Printup (tp)Audrey Silver - Let Me Know Your HeartAlbum: Let Me Know Your HeartAudrey Silver (voc, native american flute, co-composer), Dominique Gagne (co-composer), Bruce Barth (p, org), Paul Beaudry (b), Anthony Pinciotti (d), Marcus Printup (tp) and Marc Ciprut (g)Daisuke Abe & Kuriko Tsugawa - “Yozakura”, “Go!” & “Unite”Album: UniteDaisuke Abe (e-g, g, voc, composer of “Go!” & “Unite”) and Kuriko Tsugawa (b, voc, composer of “Yozakura”)Andy Ballantyne - “Round Shot (for Cannonball)” & “All Stops To Oshawa (for Jimmy Giuffre)”Album: Play On WordsAndy Ballantyne (ts, as, cl), Rob Piltch (g), Adrian Farrugia (p), Neil Swainson (b) and Terry Clarke (d)00:00 - The Jazz Hole with Linus02:06 - You Knew - Audrey Silver06:10 - Let Me Know Your Heart - Audrey Silver09:50 - Interview with Daisuke Abe & Kuriko Tsugawa, Part I16:50 - Yozakura - Daisuke Abe, Kuriko Tsugawa21:22 - Interview with Daisuke Abe & Kuriko Tsugawa, Part II27:51 - Unite - Daisuke Abe, Kuriko Tsugawa31:32 - Go! - Daisuke Abe, Kuriko Tsugawa38:17 - Interview with Daisuke Abe & Kuriko Tsugawa, Part III48:15 - Round Shot (for Cannonball) - Andy Ballantyne52:28 - The Jazz Hole with Linus53:43 - All Stops To Oshawa (for Jimmy Giuffre) - Andy Ballantyne57:25 - Finish
Chelsea McBride

Chelsea McBride

2019-11-10--:--:--

Vancouver-born, Toronto-based composer and multi-instrumentalist Chelsea McBride talks to The Jazz Hole with Linus for a second time. This time about “Aftermath”, the second big band album by Chelsea McBride’s Socialist Night School. The other artists today are NY-based Thai pianist Kengchakaj Kengkarnka with music from his brand new Outside In Music album “Lak Lan” and the genre-bending Brooklyn-based band Fishes with music from their debut album Fishes in Space.Kengchakaj Kengkarngka - “Lak Lan” & “6849”Album: Lak LanKengchakaj Kengkarngka (p), Sirintip Phasuk (voc, efx), Shai Golan (as), Niall Cade (ts), Hugh Stuckey (g), Perrin Grace (b, fretless b) and Nolan Byrd (d)Chelsea McBride’s Socialist Night School - “Revolution Blues”, “Porcelain” & “The Righteous And The Wicked”Album: AftermathChelsea McBride (ts, cond), Colleen Allen (ss, as, picc, fl, alto fl), Naomi Higgins (ss, as, fl, alto fl), Alison Young (ts, fl, cl), Patrick Smith (ts, ss, fl, cl), Conrad Gluch (bs, b-cl, contrab cl, alto fl), James Rhodes, Jusitn See, Tom Upjohn, Kaelin Murphy (tp, flh), William Carn, Aidan Sibley, Jill Richards (tb), Nicholas Sieber (b-tb, tuba), Alex Samaras (voc), Chris Bruder (p), David Riddel (g), Steven Falk (b), Geoff Bruce (d)Fishes - “Metallic Mobility” & “The Miracle Of Methuselah”Album: Fishes In SpaceNadav Remez (g, co-composer of “The Miracle Of Methuselah”), Steve Brickman (kbds, syn b, composer of “Metallic Mobility”) and Daniel Dor (d, co-composer of “The Miracle Of Methuselah”)00:00 - The Jazz Hole with Linus02:32 - Lak Lan - Kengchakaj Kengkarngka08:33 - 6849 - Kengchakaj Kengkarngka13:54 - The Jazz Hole with Linus15:40 - Revolution Blues - Chelsea McBride’s Socialist Night School23:01 - Interview with Chelsea McBride, Part I29:01 - Porcelain - Chelsea McBride’s Socialist Night School34:21 - Interview with Chelsea McBride, Part II43:07 - The Righteous And The Wicked - Chelsea McBride’s Socialist Night School47:13 - Metallic Mobility - Fishes52:27 - The Jazz Hole with Linus54:08 - The Miracle Of Methuselah - Fishes60:59 - Finish
Line Shape

Line Shape

2019-10-27--:--:--

Tune in to The Jazz Hole with Linus today for more recently released jazz. The Montreal-based group Tertio (lead by Vincent Duhaime-Perreault) just released “La mince ligne” (The Thin Line), NYC-based Swiss drummer Michel Maurer and his group Michel Maurer Meridian came out with “The Shape of Noon”, Greek and NYC bassist Petros Klampanis released his fourth album “Irrationalities” and German saxophonist Gebhard Ullmann joined forces with Hans Lüdemann, Oliver Potratz and Eric Schaefer for his new album “mikroPULS”.Tertio - “More With Less” & “La mince ligne”Album: La mince ligneVincent Duhaime-Perreault (g, comp), Andy King (tp), Paul Shrofel (kbds), Alex Lefaivre (b) and Eric Thibodeau (d)Michel Maurer Meridian - “Tricycle” & “The Shape of Noon”Album: The Shape of NoonMichel Maurer (d), Alex Levine (g), Peyton Pleninger (ts) and Ben Rolston (d)Petros Klampanis - “Easy Come Easy Go” & “Irrationality”Album: IrrationalitiesPetros Klampanis (b, glockenspiel, voc), Kristjan Randalu (p) and Bodek Janke (d, perc)mikroPuls - “F.J.D.” & “Zeit Lupe”Album: mikroPULSGebhard Ullmann (ts, comp), Hans Lüdemann (p, virtual p), Oliver Potratz (b) and Eric Schaefer (d)00:00 - The Jazz Hole with Linus02:00 - More With Less - Tertio, Vincent Duhaime-Perreault09:25 - La mince ligne - Tertio, Vincent Duhaime-Perreault19:23 - The Jazz Hole with Linus21:45 - Tricycle - Michel Maurer Meridian27:08 - The Shape of Noon - Michel Maurer Meridian31:26 - Easy Come Easy Go - Petros Klampanis36:03 - The Jazz Hole with Linus37:17 - Irrationality - Petros Klampanis44:13 - F.J.D. - Gebhard Ullmann, mikroPULS49:39 - The Jazz Hole with Linus51:47 - Zeit Lupe - Gebhard Ullmann, mikroPULS59:04 - Finish
Abstract

Abstract

2019-10-20--:--:--

Check out today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus featuring lots of brand new jazz music from two Canadian and two New Yorker bands. This episode includes tracks from Stephanie Urquhart Quartet’s “Concealment”, Dan McCarthy’s “City Abstract”, the Andrew Schiller Quintet’s “Sonoran” and more from the Perry Smith Quartet’s “Live In Brooklyn”.Stephanie Urquart Quartet (featuring Mallory Chipman) - PrecursorAlbum: ConcealmentStephanie Urquhart (p), Peter Zawalski (g), Josh McHan (b), Joel Jeschke (d) and Mallory Chipman (voc)Stephanie Urquart Quartet - PrecursorAlbum: ConcealmentStephanie Urquhart (p), Peter Zawalski (g), Josh McHan (b) and Joel Jeschke (d)Dan McCarthy - “Bleyto (For Carla Bley)” & “Other Things of Less Consequence”Album: City AbstractDan McCarthy (vib), Ted Quinlan (g), Pat Collins (b) and Ted Warren (d)Andrew Schiller Quintet - “Shade For Shelter” & “Thorny Flora”Album: SonoranAndrew Schiller (b), Ethan Helm (as), Tony Malaby (ts), Hery Paz (b-cl) and Matt Honor (d)Perry Smith Quartet - “Premonition” & “Golden Days”Album: Live In BrooklynPerry Smith (g), Melissa Aldana (ts), Matt Aronoff (b) and Jay Sawyer (d)00:00 - The Jazz Hole with Linus02:14 - Precursor - Stephanie Urquhart Quartet, Mallory Chipman07:19 - Paint Cans and Crayons - Stephanie Urquhart Quartet11:03 - Bleyto (For Carla Bley) - Dan McCarthy15:23 - The Jazz Hole with Linus17:00 - Other Things of Less Consequence - Dan McCarthy22:38 - Shade For Shelter - Andrew Schiller Quintet30:08 - The Jazz Hole with Linus31:57 - Thorny Flora - Andrew Schiller Quintet40:52 - Premonition - Perry Smith Quartet50:38 - The Jazz Hole with Linus52:06 - Golden Days - Perry Smith Quartet58:44 - Finish
Dor Herskovits

Dor Herskovits

2019-10-13--:--:--

Boston-based Israeli drummer and composer Dor Herskovits talks to Linus Wyrsch and The Jazz Hole today about two brand new albums that he is part of: “Easy Listening” by the NYC and Boston-based collective quartet Earprint on the one hand, and his debut solo album “Flying Elephants” (with the Dor Herksovits Quintet) on the other hand. Enjoy the three-part conversation and find out more on dorherskovits.com.Perry Smith Quartet - Starlit SkiesAlbum: Live In BrooklynPerry Smith (g), Melissa Aldana (ts), Matt Aronoff (b) and Jay Sawyer (d)Earprint - “Sink Song” & “Easy Listening”Album: Easy ListeningTree Palmedo (tp, composer “Sink Song”), Kevin Sun (ts), Simón Willson (b, composer “Easy Listening”) and Dor Herskovits (d)Dor Herskovits - “Flying Elephants” & “Recursion”Album: Flying ElephantsDor Herskovits (d), Hery Paz (ts), Caio Afiune (g), Isaac Wilson (p) and Max Ridley (b)00:00 - The Jazz Hole with Linus02:10 - Starlit Skies - Perry Smith Quartet09:55 - Sink Song - Earprint15:18 - Interview with Dor Herskovits, Part I26:54 - Easy Listening - Earprint30:25 - Interview with Dor Herskovits, Part II40:51 - Flying Elephants - Dor Herskovits46:48 - Interview with Dor Herskovits, Part III52:31 - Recursion - Dor Herskovits61:13 - Finish
The Jazz Hole with Linus invites interview guest Glenn Zaleski back to talk about the brand new Stranahan / Zaleski / Rosato trio album “Live at Jazz Standard” (Capri Records). Though all three members contribute compositions to the trio, Live at Jazz Standard is largely dominated by Brooklyn-based pianist Glenn Zaleski’s tunes and he was kind enough to talk about the new record, as well as his bandmates drummer Colin Stranahan and bassist Rick Rosato. Today’s episode also features brand new music from Jason Yeager’s “New Songs Of Resistance” (out on October 4th via Outside In Music) and from Adrian Mira Group’s “Spotlight”.Adrian Mira Group - “Cloud 9” & “Dreamland”Album: SpotlightAdrian Mira (cl, as), Ramon Ziegler (p), Haggai Cohen-Milo (b) and Tupac Mantilla (perc, d)Colin Stranahan, Glenn Zaleski, Rick Rosato - “Forecast” & “Chorale (for Fred Hersch)Album: Live at Jazz StandardColin Stranahan (d), Glenn Zaleski (p, comp) and Rick Rosato (b)Jason Yeager - The FactsAlbum: New Songs Of ResistanceJason Yeager (p), Fernando Huergo (e-b), Mark Walker (d), Farayi Malek (voc), Cosimo Boni (tp) and Matthew Stubbs (cl, b-cl)Jason Yeager - In Search Of TruthAlbum: New Songs Of ResistanceJason Yeager (p), Fernando Huergo (e-b), Mark Walker (d) and Farayi Malek (voc)00:00 - The Jazz Hole with Linus01:45 - Cloud 9 - Adrian Mira Group05:14 - Dreamland - Adrian Mira Group10:14 - Interview with Glenn Zaleski, Part I21:44 - Forecast - Colin Stranahan, Glenn Zaleski, Rick Rosato31:07 - Chorale (for Fred Hersch) - Colin Stranahan, Glenn Zaleski, Rick Rosato39:52 - Interview with Glenn Zaleski, Part II47:31 - The Facts - Jason Yeager53:11 - The Jazz Hole with Linus54:53 - In Search Of Truth - Jason Yeager60:59 - Finish
Old World, New World

Old World, New World

2019-09-22--:--:--

Listen to more from tracks from “Crosswinds” by Christoph Irniger Pilgrim (lead by Swiss saxophonist and composer Christoph Irniger), “Lugna” by Portuguese-born vocalist and composer Sofia Ribeiro, “Journey To A New World” by trumpeter, composer and Manhattan native Jonathan Saraga and “There From Here” by the Toronto-based collective TuneTown (Kelly Jefferson, Artie Roth and Ernesto Cervini) - all on today’s brand new episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus.Christoph Irniger Pilgrim – “Improvisation in C Major” & “Point of View”Album: CrosswindsChristoph Irniger (ts), Stefan Aeby (p), Dave Gisler (g), Raffaele Bossard (b) and Michi Stulz (d)Sofia Ribeiro - VoaAlbum: LungaSofia Ribeiro (voc, comp), Juan Andrés Ospina (p, bck voc, whistle, comp, arr), Petros Klampanis (b), Marcelo Woloski (perc) and Vitor Gonçalves (acc)Sofia Ribeiro - LungaAlbum: LungaSofia Ribeiro (voc, bck voc, comp), Juan Andrés Ospina (p, bck voc, arr), Petros Klampanis (b, bck voc, arr), Marcelo Woloski (perc), Vitor Gonçalves (acc), Eleni Arapoglou, Juana Luna, Lara Bello and Lauren Chaplain (bck voc)-----------Jonathan Saraga - “Uprising” & “The Great Journey”Album: Journey To A New WorldJonathan Saraga (tp, arr), Remy Le Boeuf (as), Aki Ishiguro (g), Chris Pattishall (p, rhodes), Rick Rosato (b) and Kenneth Salters (d)TuneTown - “As She Wonders” & “The Mayor”Album: There From HereKelly Jefferson (ts, ss), Artie Roth (b, composer of “As She Wonders”) and Ernesto Cervini (d, perc, composer of “The Mayor”)00:00 - The Jazz Hole with Linus02:40 - Improvisation in C Major - Christoph Irniger Pilgrim04:14 - Point of View - Christoph Irniger Pilgrim12:11 - Voa - Sofia Ribeiro17:26 - The Jazz Hole with Linus19:09 - Lunga - Sofia Ribeiro24:03 - Uprising - Jonathan Saraga33:27 - The Jazz Hole with Linus35:07 - The Great Journey - Jonathan Saraga45:57 - As She Wonders - TuneTown51:51 - The Jazz Hole with Linus53:25 - The Mayor - TuneTown55:21 - Finish
Revenge and Requital

Revenge and Requital

2019-09-15--:--:--

Linus hosts another episode of The Jazz Hole, this time with music from the brand new album “There From Here” by the Toronto-based collective TuneTown (to be released this Friday, September 20th), as well as tracks from Carmela Rappazzo’s New Orleans-inspired album “Howlin’ at the Moon”. Additionally, you get to hear music from Florida-based bassist (and EMMY® Award winning director) Brandon Robertson’s debut album “B.O.A.T.S - Bass’d on a True Story”, from Sherrie Maricle & The DIVA Jazz Orchestra’s album “Special Kay! – The DIVA Jazz Orchestra Celebrates the Life and Music of Stanley Kay”, plus more from Andrew Munsey’s “High Tide”.TuneTown - “Split Infinity” & “The Monks of Oka”Album: There From HereKelly Jefferson (ts, ss), Artie Roth (b, composer of “Split Infinity”) and Ernesto Cervini (d, perc, composer of “The Monks of Oka”)Carmela Rappazzo - “Rush Of Heat” & “Revenge”Album: Howlin’ At The MoonCarmela Rappazzo (voc), Oscar Rossignoli (p, arr), Jasen Weaver (b), Gerald T. Watkins Jr. (d), Mahmoud Ghouki (lutar), Pete Snell (g), Steve Lands (tp), Jeronne Amari Ansari (saxes), Mark McGrain (tb), Steve Glenn (tuba), Mark Carroll (hand cymbals, back voc), Paul Sanchez (bck voc)Brandon Robertson - The Next Thing To ComeAlbum: B.O.A.T.S - Bass’d on a True StoryBrandon Robertson (b), Lew Del Gatto (ts), Zach Bartholomew (p) and Gerald Watkins Jr (d)Brandon Robertson - Mr. LoniousAlbum: B.O.A.T.S - Bass’d on a True StoryBrandon Robertson (b), Mason Margut (p) and Leon Anderson (d)--------The DIVA Jazz Orchestra – Did You Do That?Album: Special Kay! – The DIVA Jazz Orchestra Celebrates the Life and Music of Stanley KaySherrie Maricle (dir, d), Noriko Ueda (b), Tomoko Ohno (p), Tanya Darby, Jami Dauber, Carol Morgan, Barbara Laronga (tp), Deborah Weisz, Jennifer Krupa (tb), Leslie Havens (b-tb), Sharel Cassity, Leigh Pilzer (as, fl), Janelle Reichman (ts, cl, ts solo), Roxy Coss (ts, cl, ts solo), Lisa Parrott (bs), Stanley Kay (comp) and John McNeil (arr)The DIVA Jazz Orchestra – Three Sisters And A CousinAlbum: Special Kay! – The DIVA Jazz Orchestra Celebrates the Life and Music of Stanley KaySherrie Maricle (dir, d), Noriko Ueda (b), Tomoko Ohno (p), Tanya Darby, Jami Dauber, Carol Morgan, Barbara Laronga (tp), Deborah Weisz, Jennifer Krupa (tb), Leslie Havens (b-tb), Sharel Cassity (as, fl, solo), Leigh Pilzer (as, fl, as solo), Janelle Reichman (ts, cl, ts solo), Roxy Coss (ts, cl, ts solo), Lisa Parrott (bs, bs solo), Stanley Kay (comp) and John LaBarbera (arr)--------Andrew Munsey - “High Tide” & “Requite”Album: High TideAndrew Munsey (d), Steph Richards (tp, flh), Ochion Jewell (ts, kalimba), Amino Belyamani (p, fender rhodes) and Sam Minaie (b)00:00 - The Jazz Hole with Linus01:42 - Split Infinity - TuneTown06:40 - The Monks of Oka - TuneTown11:37 - Rush Of Heat - Carmela Rappazzo15:48 - The Jazz Hole with Linus18:33 - Revenge - Carmela Rappazzo21:46 - The Next Thing To Come - Brandon Robertson27:38 - Mr. Linious - Brandon Robertson34:23 - Did You Do That? - Sherrie Maricle, The DIVA Jazz Orchestra40:37 - The Jazz Hole with Linus43:45 - Three Sisters and a Cousin - Sherrie Maricle, The DIVA Jazz Orchestra47:41 - High Tide - Andrew Munsey53:16 - The Jazz Hole with Linus54:47 - Requite - Andrew Munsey61:52 - Finish
High Ride Band

High Ride Band

2019-09-01--:--:--

Today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus features an interesting mix of music, starting more modern and then getting into some old-school swingin’ jazz. Get ready for tracks from Andrew Munsey’s debut album “High Tide”, more from The Pete McGuinness Jazz Orchestra, drummer McClenty Hunter Jr., banjoist, guitarist and vocalist Arnt Arntzen, the Jen Hodge All Stars and saxophonist Ricky Alexander.Andrew Munsey - “High Tide”, “Prelude: Tree Fruit” & “Skyline”Album: High TideAndrew Munsey (d), Steph Richards (tp, flh), Ochion Jewell (ts, kalimba), Amino Belyamani (p, fender rhodes) and Sam Minaie (b)The Pete McGuinness Jazz Orchestra - Point of DepartureAlbum: Along For The RidePete McGuinness (dir, comp, arr, tb soloist), Bill Mobley (tp, flh, tp soloist), Jon Owens, Tony Kadleck (tp, flh), Chris Rogers (tp, flh), Jeff Nelson, Matt Haviland, Bruce Eidem, Mark Patterson (tb), Rob Middleton (ww, ts soloist), Dave Riekenberg, Dave Pietro, Mark Phaneuf, Tom Christensen (ww), Paul Meyers (g), Mike Holober (p), Andy Eulau (b) and Scott Neumann (d, soloist)The Pete McGuinness Jazz Orchestra - One for the MaestroAlbum: Along For The RidePete McGuinness (dir, comp, arr), Bill Mobley, Jon Owens, Tony Kadleck (tp, flh), Chris Rogers (tp, flh), Bruce Eidem (tb, tb soloist), Jeff Nelson, Matt Haviland, Mark Patterson (tb), Dave Pietro (ww, as soloist), Rob Middleton, Dave Riekenberg, Mark Phaneuf, Tom Christensen (ww), Paul Meyers (g), Mike Holober (p), Andy Eulau (b, soloist) and Scott Neumann (d)----------McClenty Hunter Jr. - AutumnAlbum: The Groove HunterMcClenty Hunter Jr. (d), Stacy Dillard (ts), Eric Reed (p) and Corcoran Holt (b)----------Arnt Arntzen - “Mod Solitude” & “Ramblin’ Man”Album: Banjo HymnArnt Arntzen (banjo, g, voc), Bonnie Northgraves (tp), Jennifer Hodge (b) and Andrew Millar (d)----------Jen Hodge All Stars - Chocolate Magic MushroomsAlbum: All’s Fair In Love and JazzJen Hodge (b, voc, comp), Henry Westmoreland (comp), Chris Davis (tp), Connor Stewart (cl, ts), Josh Roberts (g) and Martí Elias (d)Jen Hodge All Stars - Hey Let's Drink a BeerAlbum: All’s Fair In Love and JazzJen Hodge (b, voc, comp), Bonnie Northgraves (voc, comp), Chris Davis (tp), Connor Stewart (cl, ts), Josh Roberts (g) and Martí Elias (d)Ricky Alexander - I Knew I Loved YouAlbum: Strike Up The BandRicky Alexander (ts), James Chirillo (g), Rob Adkins (b) and Andrew Millar (d)00:00 - The Jazz Hole with Linus02:02 - High Tide - Andrew Munsey06:18 - Prelude: Tree Fruit - Andrew Munsey08:07 - Skyline - Andrew Munsey15:48 - Point of Departure - The Pete McGuinness Jazz Orchestra22:14 - The Jazz Hole with Linus25:25 - One for the Maestro - The Pete McGuinness Jazz Orchestra31:25 - Autumn - McClenty Hunter Jr.37:45 - Mod Solitude - Arnt Arntzen42:53 - The Jazz Hole with Linus45:11 - Ramblin’ Man - Arnt Arntzen47:48 - Chocolate Magic Mushrooms - Jen Hodge All Stars53:05 - Hey Let’s Drink a Beer - Jen Hodge All Stars, Bonnie Northgraves57:24 - The Jazz Hole with Linus59:03 - I Knew I Loved You - Ricky Alexander64:01 - Finish
Okan Ersan

Okan Ersan

2019-08-2501:02:21

On today’s episode of The Jazz Hole, Linus interviews the fantastic Turkish Cypriot guitarist and composer Okan Ersan about his new album Nibiru, which takes listeners on a musical journey through outer space. Along with keyboardist Serkan Özyilmaz, bassist Eylem Pelit and drummer Volkan Öktem, Okan Ersan performs an original seven-part suite on Nibiru (named after the mythical planet), inspired by the so-called Wow Signal, a signal received in 1977 that is believed to be the first ever transmission from outer space. Hear Okan Ersan elaborate about the concept and about his quest for just the right futuristic fusion sound. Other music today comes from Romain Collin’s recent album “Tiny Lights…” and from “Fusiolicious” by bassist and composer Oytun Ersan (Okan Ersan’s brother!)Romain Collin – Dark MatterAlbum: Tiny Lights…Romain Collin (p, moog laurus, voc eff), Matthew Stevens (e-g), Obed Calvaire (d, e-d), Kazuma Junnouchi (string arr) and The City of Prague Philharmonic OrchestraRomain Collin – Tiny Lights That Move And SpeakAlbum: Tiny Lights…Romain Collin (p, moog laurus, voc eff), Matthew Stevens (e-g) and Obed Calvaire (d, e-d)Okan Ersan - “Chapter I: 6EQUJ5 (Wow Signal)”, “Chapter III: Deep Field” & “Chapter VII: Space Jungle - Anunnaki”Album: NibiruOkan Ersan (g), Serkan Özyilmaz (p), Eylem Pelit (b) and Volkan Öktem (d)Oytun Ersan - Oh, That Butterfly!Album: FusioliciousOytun Ersan (b), Dave Weckl (d), Gary Husband (kbds), Mike Miller (g), Eric Marienthal (ts), Gökay Gökşen (tp) and Utku Alkol (tb)Oytun Ersan - Mysterious MazeAlbum: FusioliciousOytun Ersan (b), Dave Weckl (d), Gerry Etkins (kbds), Dean Brown (g), Eric Marienthal (ts), Gökay Gökşen (tp) and Utku Alkol (tb)00:00 - The Jazz Hole with Linus01:43 - Dark Matter - Romain Collin06:23 - Tiny Lights That Move And Speak - Romain Collin10:24 - Chapter I: 6EQUJ5 (Wow Signal) - Okan Ersan14:38 - Interview with Okan Ersan, Part I25:54 - Chapter III: Deep Field - Okan Ersan32:18 - Interview with Okan Ersan, Part II40:17 - Chapter VII: Space Jungle - Anunnaki - Okan Ersan44:11 - Oh, That Butterfly! - Oytun Ersan52:12 - The Jazz Hole with Linus53:41 - Mysterious Maze - Oytun Ersan62:21 - Finish
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