IN ROTATION: 2019 / FRIST QUARTER

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African Head Charge, “My Life In A Hole In The Ground,” (On-U Sound Records).

African Head Charge, “Environmental Studies,” (On-U Sound Records).

Mahmoud Ahmed, “Ethiopiques 26: Mahmoud Ahmed & Imperial Bodyguard Band 1972-1974,” (BudaMusique).

Maryanne Amacher, “Sound Characters (making the third ear),” (Tzadik).

Maryanne Amacher, “Sound Characters (making sonic spaces),” (Tzadik).

Big Star, “#1 Reccord/Radio City,” (Ardent).

Bikini Kill, “The Singles,” (Bikini Kill Records).

Art Blakey, “Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers with Thelonious Monk,” (Atlantic).

Booker T. & The MG’s, “Original Album Series,” (Rhino).

Marion Brown, “Afternoon of a Georgia Faun,” (ECM).

Chico Buarque/Ennio Morricone, “Per Un Pugno Di Samba,” (BMG).

John Cage, “Sonatas & Interludes for Prepared Piano (John Tilbury),” (Explore Records).

Elliott Carter, “The Music of Elliott Carter Volume Five: Nine Compositions (1994-2002).

Eugene Chadbourne, “The Lost Eddie Chatterbox Session,” (Corbett vs. Dempsey).

Don Cherry, “Live at Café Montmartre 1966: Vol. 1-3,” (ESP).

Creative Construction Company, “CCC Vol. II,” (Muse Records).

DNA, “DNA On DNA,” (No More Records).

Duke Ellington, “The Private Collection Volume One: Studio Sessions Chicago 1956,” (Kaz Records).

Duke Ellington, “The Complete 1936-1940 Variety, Vocalion, and Okeh Smal Group Sessions,” (Mosaic Records).

The Ex, “27 Passports,” (Ex Records).

Morton Feldman, “Works For Piano 2,” (hat ART CD).

Kitsos Harisiadis, “Lament In A Deep Style: 1929-1931,” (Third Man Records).

Julius Hemphill, “Dogon A.D.,” (Freedom).

Howlin’ Wolf, “The Chess Box,” (Chess/MCA).

J Dilla, “Donuts,” (Stones Throw).

The Jazz Composer’s Orchestra, “The Jazz Composer’s Orchestra,” (JCOA Records).

Leroy Jenkins/The Jazz Composer’s Orchestra, “For Players Only,” (Virgin Records).

Clifford Jordan, “Bearcat,” (Jazzland).

Mauricio Kagel, “1898 & Music for Renaissance Instruments,” (Deutsche Grammophon).

Mauricio Kagel, “Alexandre Tharaud, Piano,” (Rewind).

Mauricio Kagel, “The Arditti String Quartet Edition,” (Disques Montaigne).

Mauricio Kagel, “Heterophonie/Improvisation Ajoutée,” (Wergo).

Mauricio Kagel, “Mauricio Kagel 4: Variété,” (Disques Montaigne).

Mauricio Kagel, “Orchestral Works,” (Col Legno).

Mauricio Kagel, “Schwarzes Madrigal,” (Winter & Winter).

Mauricio Kagel, “Solowerke,” (Winter & Winter).

Lifetones, “For A Reason,” (Light In The Attic Records).

György Ligeti, “Boulez Conducts Ligeti: Concertos for Cello, Violin, Piano,” (Deutsche Grammophon).

Joe McPhee, “Tenor,” (Hat Hut Records).

Model Home, “1,” (Ornette Coleman Fiend Club).

Möslang/Guhl, “Deep Voices,” (Urthona).

Ennio Morricone, “The Complete Edition,” (GDM Music).

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, “Clarinet and Oboe Concertos,” (Decca).

Pan Sonic, “Gravitoni,” (Blast First).

Pan Sonic, “Kulma,” (Blast First).

Charlie Parker, “The Genius of Charlie Parker,” (Savoy).

Parliament, “Mothership Connection,” (Casablanca Records).

Astor Piazzolla, “Musica Popular Contemporanea De La Ciudad De Buenos Aires: Vol. 1 and Vol. 2,” (RCA).

Sonny Rollins, “Alfie,” (Impulse).

Sonny Rollins, “Sonny Rollins Trio: Live In Europe 1959,” (Solar Records).

Ty Segall, “Emotional Mugger,” (Drag City).

Sly & The Family Stone, “Fresh,” (Epic/CBS).

Carl Stone, “Electronic Music from the Seventies and Eighties,” (Unseen Worlds).

Sun Ra, “Space Is The Place, (Evidence).

Lennie Tristano and Warne Marsh, “Intuition,” (Capitol Jazz).

Voice Crack, “Earflash,” (Dexter’s Cigar).

Christian Wolff and Eddie Prévost, “Uncertain Outcomes,” (Matchless Recordings).

Zen Guerrilla, “Positronic Raygun,” (Alternative Tentacles).

Various Artists, “Amacord Nino Rota,” (Corbett vs. Dempsey).

Various Artists, “Bobo Yéyé: Belle Époque in Upper Volta, (Numero Group).

Various Artists, “Don’t Trust Your Neighbors: Early Albanian Traditional Songs & Improvisations, 1920s-1930s,” (Hinter Records).

Various Artists, “Musics and Musicians of the World: Korea,” (Unesco).

Various Artists, “I’m Just Like You: Sly’s Stone Flower 1969-70,” (Light In The Attic Records).