We began this third episode with 'A Song For My Father' by the late and great Horace Silver who died yesterday at the age of 85. Besides this world famous song, he recorded more than 20 albums for Blue Note Records. Later in the show you will hear his song 'Lonely Woman' from which the piano chords were sampled by Madlib for Dudley Perkins' track named 'Flowers'.
Other highlights in this show are probably the unreleased tracks by drumwizard Richard Spaven, the London/Brazilian Da Lata, a man from Brussels named Lawrence Le Doux and that one British guy that needs no introduction: Floating Points.
Besides that some very recent tracks by Lone, Blatan, 20syl, and Electric Wire Hustle. And of course some good old gems.
You can also watch the videostream of this episode.
1 Song For My Father by Horace Silver
2 4 to 20 (Robots en Jazz) by Blatan
3 Elon Mentana (feat. DJ Khalab) by Clap! Clap!
4 Aqurarela do Brasil (Mark E) by Sonzeira
5 Liquid Spirit (Patchwork Peterson Remix) by Gregory Porter
6 Beaks of Eagles (Fulgeance Remix) by Kelpe
7 Voices (feat. Rita J) by 20syl
8 How High (Mikos Da Gawd Remix) by Method Man & Redman
9 La Subienda by Gabriel Romero
10 Flowers by Dudley Perkins
11 Flowers (Instrumental) by Dudley Perkins
12 Lonely Woman (Remastered) by Horace Silver Trio
13 SideIISide by Richard Spaven
14 Long Time (feat. Laëtitia Dana) by La fine équipe
15 Nem vem que não tem by Wilson Simonal
16 Afro Quarters by Mo Kolours
17 Restless City (Original Mix) by Lone
18 Montparnasse by Floating Points
19 Astre by Lawrence Le Doux
20 If These Are The Last Days (Eliphino Remix) by Electric Wire Hustle
21 Ronca Da Cuica (All Stars Live Mix) by Da Lata
Artists: Mr. Leenknecht (BE), Pascoe Sabido (UK)