Die ersten beiden Stunden sind Michaels Best of 2018 Alben. Die 3 Stunde ist ein Portrait über Bill Wells und sein „The National Jazz Trio of Scotland“. In den Zeitreisen sind wir unterwegs mit Laurie Spiegel:  The Expanded Universe“ (2019 edition). Viel spass beim anhören !

 

(1) – selection of some exquisite albums of 2018 (a) – Aidan Moffat & RM Hubbert / Sons of Kemet / Jon Hassell / Steve Tibbetts / Nils Frahm / Jon Hopkins / Irmin Schmidt / Marianne Faithfull / Brian Eno

(2) – selection of some exquisite albums of 2018 (b) – Geir Sundstol / Elena Duni / Jakob Bro (Returnings) / Jeff Tweedy / Arve Henriksen / Darren Heyman / Julia Holter / Low / Jana Winderen

(3) – close-up: The National Jazz Trio of Scotland: Vol. iv / The National Jazz Trio of Scotland‘s Christmas Album / The National Jazz Trio of Scotland: Standards Vol. ii & iii / Bill Wells & Aidan Moffat: The Most Important Place In The World / Aby Vulliamy: Spin Cycle / The Sensory Illusions: dito

(4) time travels (a) – Laurie Spiegel‘s „The Expanded Universe“ (2019 edition), surrounded by John Fahey, The Beatles, Kim Kashkashian‘s take on Bach, and, finally, Brian Eno‘s favourite song by Loma („Black Willow“) that is strangely related to Laura Spiegel‘s days of youth at the Mississippi River („old mountain families played timeless modal Celtic tunes while the full moon went behind our earth’s shadow in a magical total eclipse“)

(5) time travels (b) – a decent journey through joyful landscapes, Jamaican And West Coast sundowners and more, with Cedric Im Brooks and an MPS classic of keyboard wizard George Duke („Faces In Reflection“)

© Deutschlandfunk Radionacht, Klanghorizonte, 29.12.2018

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