March 21, 2022

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  • 3:05pm Lion / Lamb by Low on Secret Name (Chair Kicker’s Union)
  • 3:11pm Run, The Darkness Will Pass by Shabaka & the Ancestors on We Were Sent Here By History (Impulse!)
  • 3:14pm 7 Days by Annette Peacock on I’m the One (Legacy Recordings)
  • 3:18pm Amstel by Nils Økland Band on Kjølvatn (ECM Records)
  • 3:22pm Disc by Matthew Shipp on Codebreaker (Tao Forms)
  • 3:26pm Swimming in the Longest River by Olivia Chaney on The Longest River (Nonesuch)
  • 3:32pm Simcha by Zeena Parkins on Mouth=Maul=Betrayer (Tzadik)
  • 3:39pm Ripest of Apples by Anna & Elizabeth on The Invisible Comes to Us (Smithsonian Folkways Recordings)
  • 3:39pm The Rhythm Changes by Kamasi Washington on The Epic (Brainfeeder)
  • 3:48pm In a Sentimental Mood by Archie Shepp on On This Night (GRP)
  • 3:52pm Namarma Dileja by Eva Salina & Peter Stan on Sudbina: A Portrait of Vida Palovic (Vogiton)
  • 3:55pm Rama Guru by Alice Coltrane on World Spirituality Classics 1: The Ecstatic Music of Alice Coltrane Turiyasangitananda (Luaka Bop)
  • 4:01pm It’s a Long Way to the Top by Susanna and the Magical Orchestra on Melody Mountain (SusannaSonata)
  • 4:05pm Are You Here For the Festival by Michael Hurley on The Time of the Foxgloves (No Quarter)
  • 4:08pm Ida Lupino by Carla Bley on Dinner Music (Watt)
  • 4:18pm Blood by Mary Halvorson on Meltframe (Firehouse 12 Records)
  • 4:24pm Marie Christie by Ambrose Akinmusire on the imagined savior is far easier to paint (Blue Note (BLU))
  • 4:25pm Nar som flickorna de gifta sig (When Young Women Get Married) by Emilia Amper on Trollfågeln (BIS)
  • 4:33pm Sixth by Jason Moran and Milford Graves on Live at Big Ears (Jason Moran)
  • 4:36pm Seventh by Jason Moran/Milford Graves on Live at Big Ears (Jason Moran)
  • 4:39pm Fair Annie by Meg Baird & Mary Lattimore on Ghost Forests (Three Lobed Recordings)
  • 4:49pm Banjo Guzheng Pickin’ Girls by Wu Fei & Abigail Washburn on Wu Fei & Abigail Washburn (Smithsonian Folkways Recordings)
  • 4:51pm We are on the Edge by The Art Ensemble of Chicago on We Are on the Edge: A 50th Anniversary Celebration (Pi Recordings)
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