A weekly tally of memorable things Steve Smith has stuck in his ears lately.

Spotify jukebox does not correspond precisely with the listed selections that follow, but maintains the playlist’s continuity and personality.

Red Garland TrioSwingin’ on the Korner: Live at Keystone Korner (Elemental Music; 1977/2014)

Nat EvansCoyoteways (Mon Amie; 2017)

PancracePancrace (Edition Cairos/Penultimate Press; 2017)

Richard Peck and RouxOctober Days (self-released; due June 30, 2017)

Donnacha DennehyTessellatum – Nadia Sirota, Liam Byrne (Bedroom Community; due Aug. 11, 2017)

Julia HolterTragedy (Leaving/Domino; 2011/2013)

ElderReflections of a Floating World (Stickman/Armageddon Shop; 2017)

Trio SSomewhere Glimmer (Zitherine; 2017)

Tangerine DreamThe Virgin Years 1974-1978 (Virgin; 1974-78/2011)

DecapitatedAnticult (Nuclear Blast; due July 7, 2017)

SwansDeliquescence (Young God; 2017)

Anna von HausswolfThe Miraculous (Pomperipossa/City Slang; 2015)

Leyland KirbyMemories Live Longer Than Dreams (History Always Favours the Winners; 2009/2017)

Gabriel KahaneWorks on Paper: Music for Piano Solo – Timo Andres (self-released; 2017)

Randy Gibson – The Four Pillars Appearing from The Equal D under Resonating Apparitions of The Eternal Process in The Midwinter Starfield 16 VIII 10 (Kansas City) – R. Andrew Lee (Irritable Hedgehog; 2017)

Ornette ColemanVirgin Beauty (Portrait; 1988)

Jen ShyuJade Tongue (Chiuyen Music; 2009)

Art Ensemble of ChicagoBap-Tizum (Atlantic/Koch Jazz; 1973/1998)

Grateful DeadWinterland, San Francisco, CA, April 15, 1970, from 30 Trips Around the Sun (Grateful Dead/Rhino; 1970/2015)

Prince and the RevolutionPurple Rain – Deluxe Expanded Edition (Warner Bros.; 1984/2017)

King Gizzard & the Lizard WizardMurder of the Universe (Flightless/ATO; 2017)

Dead & CompanyDCU Center, Worcester, MA, Nov. 11, 2015 (; 2015)

Kid Millions & Jim SauterBloom (Astral Spirits; 2015)

In the SeaHenry Crabapple Disappear (Astral Spirits; 2015)

Dead & CompanyCiti Field, Flushing, NY, June 24, 2017 (; 2017)

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