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Take Five - #168

Daryl Ong

14-Dec-17 22:00

Take Five - #168

The show that aims to expand and showcase the boundaries & limitations of jazz music, featuring old classics and futuristic compositions from all over the world. Nu-jazz, afro beat, acid jazz, hard bop, free jazz - we cover them all!


0:10 - Quantic presents The Western Transient - Creation (East L.A.)

7:09 - Walter Smith III - Ask Me Now

12:59 - Julian Lage - Persian Rug

15:47 - Portico Quartet - Endless

21:42 - Mammal Hands - Three Good Things

27:21 - The Olympians - Pluto's Lament

31:54 - Robert Glasper Experiment - Tell Me A Bedtime Story

39:04 - Extended - Never Odd or Even

45:34 - Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah - Freedom Is A Word ft Vic Mensa

Produced by: Daryl Ong

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Tags:  take fivenu jazzmodern jazzWalter Smith IIIMammal HandsChristian Scott aTunde AdjuahJulian Lage

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