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Keith Jarrett Somewhere
With Gary Peacock, Jack DeJohnette.

Holy moly, June Tabor on ECM. 'Quercus', 'oak': 'roots deep in British folk music; leaves and branches reaching upward in jazz-inspired lyrical improvisation.' With Iain Ballamy and Huw Warren.

Third Reel
Nicolas Masson (tenor saxophone, clarinet), Roberto Pianca (guitar), Emanuele Maniscalco (drums).

Iva Bittova
A charged, mystical, batty blend of folk, chant, modern-classical and jazz improvisation, performed solo singing, playing violin and karimba. One-of-a-kind; recommended.

Charles Lloyd And Jason Moran Hagar's Song
Duets covering Gershwin, the Duke, Strayhorn, a Billie Holiday, a Beach Boys... I Shall Be Released by Bob Dylan via The Band... The title suite is a deeply moving CL original, about his great-great-grandmother.

Tomasz Stanko Wislawa
Inspired by the great poet Wislawa Symborska, who died last year. Ace NY quartet. Full of dread and life, tersely sophisticated, imbued with Miles. Monk and Andrew Hill in the pianism. Always recommended, TS.

Stefano Battaglia Trio Songways
New chants, hymns and dances for piano trio, inspired by visions from Swift, Fourier, Calvino seeking 'a new harmonic balance between archaic modal pre-tonal chant, pure tonal songs and abstract texture'.

Chris Potter The Sirens
Lyrical, open playing, inspired by Homer. Superb band: Craig Taborn, David Virelles (the harmonium is very effective), Larry Grenadier, Eric Harland. Potter's a great saxophonist. Warmly recommended.

Jose Luis Monton Solo Guitarra
Terrific solo guitar recordings of the Catalan's own compositions in the flamenco tradition, but also nodding to Baroque music, specifically Bach.

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